Red Dwarf VII (Disc One)
Disc One
Country of Origin:  United Kingdom
Production year: 1997
Director: Ed Bye
Rating: Rating
UPC [Locale]: Disc ID: 3453-E307-C767-05A8
Running time: 1:57 (117 Min.)
Casetype: Digipak
Format: PAL, Color, 1.33:1, Full Frame
DVD-Format: Single-Sided, Single-Layered
Released: October 02, 2006
Collection type: Owned (#524)
Status: Available
Purchase date: January 30, 2009
Purchase price: Hidden
Review (movie): 10 / 10
Review (video): 0 / 10
Overview
Tikka To Ride – the crew are dead, slain by their future selves in the cliffhanger that ended series six. But coming back from the dead is a piece of cake compared to the real dilemma confronting Lister - the curry supplies have been destroyed and he is three million light years from the nearest poppadom. Unable to face cold turkey vindaloo style, he ignores causality and goes back in time intending to order "500 vindaloos to go" but winds up in Dallas, in November 1963, where he accidentaly pushes a gunman out of a fifth floor window.

Stoke Me A Clipper – Rimmer's much more dashing alter ego, Ace Rimmer, arrives on Starbug terminally wounded. He asks Rimmer to take his place as swashbuckling guardian of the Universe. Reluctantly Rimmer has to turn him down as he's too busy cataloguing his shoe collection.

Ouroboros – When two realities converge, the Dwarfers undergo their most terrifying ordeal yet - they bump into a real, live, human woman who's attractive and nice. It's Lister's ex-girlfriend Kristine Kochanski. Kryten immediately goes into jealousy overload mode, convinced she'll steal Lister away from him, and starts plotting her immediate return to her own dimension.

Duct Soup – When the generator and its back-up go down in the middle of the night, the crew have to crawl through the mile long labyrinth of service ducts to restart their engines. On their journey they discover a few surprising things about one another. Including what Lister once did on top of a box of canned asparagus.
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Genres
Comedy
Science-Fiction
Television
Studios
Production Studios:
 • BBC
Media Companies:
 • 2 entertain Video
Audio format
English  Dolby Digital 2-Channel Stereo
Subtitles
English
Discs
# Description A B DS DL A DL B
1Main Feature
Features
 
Crew
 Tikka to Ride
Direction
Ed Bye....Director
Writing
Paul Alexander....Writer
Doug Naylor....Writer
Production
Doug Naylor....Executive Producer
Ed Bye....Producer
Cinematography
Peter Morgan....Director of Photography
Film Editing
Graham Hutchings....Film Editor
Music
Howard Goodall....Composer
Sound
Nigel Davis....Sound
Art
Adrian Caldwell....Art Director
Peter Wragg....Visual Effects
James Davis....Visual Effects
Andrea Finch....Make-up Artist
Sarah Berry....Make-up Artist
Howard Burden....Costume Designer
Gill Shaw....Costume Designer
Mel Bibby....Production Designer
 Stoke Me a Clipper
Direction
Ed Bye....Director
Writing
Paul Alexander....Writer
Doug Naylor....Writer
Production
Doug Naylor....Executive Producer
Ed Bye....Producer
Cinematography
Peter Morgan....Director of Photography
Film Editing
Graham Hutchings....Film Editor
Music
Howard Goodall....Composer
Sound
Nigel Davis....Sound
Art
Adrian Caldwell....Art Director
Peter Wragg....Visual Effects
Nick Kool....Visual Effects
Andrea Finch....Make-up Artist
Sarah Berry....Make-up Artist
Howard Burden....Costume Designer
Gill Shaw....Costume Designer
Mel Bibby....Production Designer
 Ouroboros
Direction
Ed Bye....Director
Writing
Doug Naylor....Writer
Production
Doug Naylor....Executive Producer
Ed Bye....Producer
Cinematography
Peter Morgan....Director of Photography
Film Editing
Graham Hutchings....Film Editor
Music
Howard Goodall....Composer
Sound
Nigel Davis....Sound
Art
Ian Reade-Hill....Art Director
Peter Wragg....Visual Effects
Mike Tucker....Visual Effects
Andrea Finch....Make-up Artist
Sarah Berry....Make-up Artist
Howard Burden....Costume Designer
Gill Shaw....Costume Designer
Mel Bibby....Production Designer
 Duct Soup
Direction
Ed Bye....Director
Writing
Doug Naylor....Writer
Production
Doug Naylor....Executive Producer
Ed Bye....Producer
Cinematography
Peter Morgan....Director of Photography
Film Editing
Graham Hutchings....Film Editor
Music
Howard Goodall....Composer
Sound
Nigel Davis....Sound
Art
Ian Reade-Hill....Art Director
Peter Wragg....Visual Effects
Alan Marshall....Visual Effects
Andrea Finch....Make-up Artist
Sarah Berry....Make-up Artist
Howard Burden....Costume Designer
Gill Shaw....Costume Designer
Mel Bibby....Production Designer
Cast
 Tikka to Ride
Chris Barrie....Rimmer
Craig Charles....Lister
Danny John-Jules....Cat
Robert Llewellyn....Kryten
Michael J. Shannon....John F. Kennedy
Toby Aspin....Lee Harvey Oswald
Peter Gaitens....FBI Agent
Robert Ashe....Cop
 Stoke Me a Clipper
Chris Barrie....Rimmer/Ace Rimmer
Craig Charles....Lister
Danny John-Jules....Cat
Robert Llewellyn....Kryten
Brian Cox....The King
Ken Morley....Captain Voorhese
Sarah Alexander....Queen
John Thompson....Good Knight
Alison Senior....Princess Bonjella
Mark Carlisle....Lieutenant
Mark Lingwood....Gestapo Officer
Stephan Grothgar....Soldier
Kai Maurer....Soldier
Andy Gell....Soldier
 Ouroboros
Craig Charles....Lister
Danny John-Jules....Cat
Robert Llewellyn....Kryten
Chris Barrie....Rimmer
ChloŽ Annett....Kochanski
Gary Bleasdale....Frank
Juliet Griffiths....Barmaid
Adrienne Posta....Flight Announcer (voice)
Alexander John-Jules....Baby Lister
 Duct Soup
Craig Charles....Lister
Danny John-Jules....Cat
Robert Llewellyn....Kryten
ChloŽ Annett....Kochanski