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The Tomorrow People: Set 1
A group of teenagers with extraordinary powers protect the world from extraterrestrial threats in this 1970s cult British sci-fi series. Known as The Tomorrow People, the teens use their teleportation, telekinesis and telepathy abilities to battle evil. But the kids have one very serious vulnerabi...
The Tomorrow People: Set 2
Superpowered teens John, Elizabeth and Stephen continue to protect the universe from sinister forces in this 26-episode collection of the British sci-fi series starring Nicholas Young, Peter Vaughan-Clarke and Ann Curthoys. This set includes the entire third and fourth seasons in which the youngst...
The Tomorrow People: Set 3
with Paul Bernard and Roger Price
This 1970s British cult sci-fi series follows the adventures of a group of teenagers with special powers. These kids are able to communicate with each other telepathically, move objects with their minds and transport themselves anywhere in space or time -- a process they call "jaunting." A superco...
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