The Adventures Of Don Quick was a science fiction satire based on the characters of Don Quixote. It was produced by London Weekend Television for six 1 hour episodes (including ad breaks) in 1970.
Money had been spent on the sets, as an impressive thirty-foot model spaceship was built in the studio for the series.
Records indicate that only episode one of the six episodes still exists in the archives.
The show was based on the characters of Don Quixote, revolving around astronaut Captain Don Quick and Sergeant Sam Czopanser, who are members of the “Intergalactic Maintenance Squad”.
On each planet they visit Quick attempts to set right imaginary wrongs, often upsetting the inhabitants of whatever society he is in.
The only surviving episode of The Adventures of Don Quick: The Benefits of Earth by Peter Wildeblood. Starring Ian Hendry, Ronald Lacey, Patrick Durkin, Anouska Hempel, Margaret Nolan, Kevin Stoney, Donald Sumpter, Thorley Walters & John Woodnutt.
Landing on a planet shared by two races, one technically advanced though addicted to warfare and human sacrifice, the other living in a dream world of peace and sensitivity, Quick regards them as an ideal material for reform.
Margaret Nolan as Dulcie
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