Journey To The Unknown is a British TV anthology series made in 1968, by Hammer Film Productions Ltd. It has a fantasy, science fiction and supernatural theme. It featured both British and American actors. American actors included George Maharis, Vera Miles, Barbara Bel Geddes, Patty Duke, Carol Lynley, Joseph Cotten, Stefanie Powers, and Brandon deWilde, along with familiar British actors such as Dennis Waterman, Jane Asher, Nanette Newman, Ann Bell and Tom Adams. Seventeen episodes in all were made.
Eight episodes were twinned to make four feature length films with added linking material. The New People and Paper Dolls became Journey into Darkness, hosted by Patrick McGoohan, Poor Butterfly and The Indian Spirit Guide became Journey to Midnight, hosted by Sebastian Cabot, Matakitas Is Coming and The Last Visitor became Journey to the Unknown, hosted by Joan Crawford and Do Me a Favour, Kill Me and The Killing Bottle became Journey to Murder, also hosted by Crawford.
The series had a memorably famous whistled theme tune by Hammer's Harry Robinson and title sequence involving a deserted and apparently haunted Battersea fairground.
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