The Girl from Tomorrow. Ep 1-3

Australia, 1990

TV show
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Alana, a lively 13 year old from the year 3000, finds herself stranded in a strange and primitive world when a time-travel experiment goes terribly wrong. She is kidnapped by Silverthorn, a fugitive war-lord from the dangerous and violent times of the year 2500 and they crash land in a rubbish dump in Sydney in the year 1990. Alana crawls from the battered time capsule, leaving Silverthorn unconscious, and escapes with her personal wrist computer P.J. as her only companion. Cold, hungry and frightened, she is discovered by Jenny, a rebellious purple-haired girl her own age and Petey, Jenny’s science fiction obsessed younger brother.

Credits

producer

Noel Price

production company

Nine Network

Film Australia

Duration

01:09:00:00

Production places
Australia
Production dates
1990

Collection metadata

ACMI Identifier

36721

Language

English

Audience classification

G

Subject categories

Childrens Films

Childrens Films → Children 12+

Childrens Films → Children's films - Australia

Crime, Espionage, Justice, Police & Prisons → Kidnapping

Fantasy & Science Fiction

Fantasy & Science Fiction → Science fiction films

Literature → Literature

Mathematics, Science & Technology → Future life

Television

Television → Television series

Television → Television series → Television series - Australia

Sound/audio

Sound

Colour

Colour

Holdings

VHS; Access Print (Section 1)

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