Series 3 - Episode 7
Don't Look Behind You
by Brian Clemens
Designed by Terry Green
Directed by Peter Hammond
Production Number : 3606
VTR/ABC/2829 & 2829A
Teddington Studio 1
Thursday, 4th July, 1963
|Camera rehearsal and VTR (2829A)||19.30-21.00|
VTR insert 2829A is the surreal montage of cut-up stills shown when Goodman confronts Cathy, mixed in slowly at 48:58.
Friday, 5th July, 1963
|Tea break, Line up,
normal scan, makeup
Expected: 51'25" excluding commercial breaks
Actual running time with bumpers: 51'41"
The bumpers between the acts are generally 10 seconds from fade in to the "End of Act" bumper to the end of audio before the commercial, a 10 second still without audio, then cut to the next act bumper. This would play with the theme for around 10 seconds. Accordingly, with the episodes being in 3 acts, the running time of the action is approximately a minute less than listed above, minus the opening and closing credits (normally 0'16", with a 2" fade, and anywhere from 0'41" to 1'20", hard cut or 1" fade or mix, respectively).
|London||14th December 1963|
|Cameras:||3 pedestals and the Turner Arm.|
|Sound:||4 booms and one stand mic.|
|Telecine:||Opening film and one insert and CAPTION SCANNER.|
|Young man||Martin Goodman||shot|
Time codes here include the Studio Canal logo from the remastered 2010 set, which runs for 18 seconds.
- This episode was remade in colour, almost word for word, as The Joker with Diana Rigg as Emma Peel in Cathy's rôle. In that episode, Emma drives herself to Devon and Steed follows when he discovers that their old nemesis is on the loose.
Consequently, many of the lines spoken by Steed in this version are spoken by Emma in the remake.
- 3:15 - hair at top right of the camera lens
- 4:19 - VTR insert - This episode features an unusual scene for this season; a long exterior of Steed driving Cathy down to Devon in his newly-acquired Lagonda, GX 3235. They pass The Royal Oak in Richmond on Thames.
- The episode actually features two cars (plus incidental background vehicles), Steed's Lagonda and an old Rolls Royce hearse, which was almost certainly the same hearse as in The Undertakers.
- 35:45 - remastering error or original slip up? We briefly see the "An ABC Production" slide before the slide for "End of Act Two".
- 45:00-47:00 - Martin recounts their time together in Berlin in 1953. Cathy and Martin used to eat at a restaurant on the Shillerstra&sslig;e; she said the waiter with the red face looked like a Rembrandt painting. They went riding in the Reichenstrasse and Cathy insisted on riding to the Western Tor, even though there was going to be a thunder storm. they were soaked to the skin and returned to her hotel. She told him his flight was cancelled because of the storm, but it was a trick by her and Steed to keep him there. When he emebrged, the police waiting in the street were soaked by the storm.
- 49:37 - there's no cordite burn on Goodman's shirt after Cathy fires her gun - even a blank would damage a shirt at that range.
- 50:56 - Cathy is furious when she thinks Steed knew Goodman was at the house and he left her there alone; he assures her that he saw a story about Sir Cavalier addressing a conference overseas and rushed back as soon as he could.