Films and TV Drama Series
Return to Treasure Island
90 minute Movie
Inspired by Robert Louis Stevenson’s classic tale of romance, treachery and adventure on the high seas, Return to Treasure Island is Cloud 9’s original sequel, picking up the story of the legendary Long John Silver and his long time adversary Jim Hawkins.
Many years have passed since the adventures of Long John Silver and Jim Hawkins on the notorious Treasure Island.
Now they are destined to meet again!
The Enid Blyton Adventure Series
8 x 75 mini-movies.
The Adventure Series is the flagship of Blyton’s impressive works which Cloud 9 has adapted for the screen and affectionately pays homage to the ‘Bond’ franchise with breathtaking action and adventure – and a diverse range of super villains.
A whirlwind of humour, excitement, daring, adventure set in various countries around the world, this series will appeal to children and indeed families of all ages where good always triumphs in the end.
A unique teen spoof 26 x half-hour episodes.
Self-confessed teen neurotic nerd Giles Gordon moves to Sunset Cove with his mysterious mother Dorothy and eccentric Grandpa. Sunset Cove is an idyllic beach community where the sun always shines endlessly onto golden sands, the surf is forever up and never down – and the people are all truly beautiful. It is the world of sunshine soaps.
Perfect in tone which isn’t confined to the muscles of the hunks or shapely figures of the beach babes. But as Giles soon discovers, there is more to Sunset Cove than meets the eye. And nothing is ever quite what it seems.
The Adventures of Swiss Family Robinson
10 x 75’ mini-movies
The series chronicles the adventures of David Robinson (Richard Thomas) and the Robinson family as they struggle to survive in the face of adversity after being ship wrecked on a tropical desert island.
Richard Thomas (best known and loved by international television audiences for his legendary portrayal of John Boy in The Waltons) heads the cast in Cloud 9’s captivating and lyrical adaptation of the timeless classic by Johann Wyss.
Shot entirely on location in Fiji and New Zealand, the palm trees are real as are the white sandy beaches and crystal clear waters.
The Legend of William Tell
16 x 1-hour episodes
Will and the rebel forces’ ongoing quest to find the mythical Crystal Arrow which is essential to restore young Princess Vara to her rightful place on the royal throne and defeat Xax and Kreel’s forces – and by doing so, bring back peace and order to the Kingdom of Kale.
A provocative and imaginary fantasy tale to enthral children worldwide and indeed the entire family.
Series 1 to 5, totalling 265 episodes on YouTube
Where the virus came from no one knew. From dark deepest space, germ warfare, or some nation’s scientific experiment gone horribly wrong? Only an intensive inquiry could answer that. But there no one left to hold such an inquiry. No adults anyway.
And the children left behind were too busy surviving to worry about what has plunged them from a sophisticated hi-tech world into a primitive hell of anarchy, confusion, danger and fear.
With no adults to guide, rule or protect them, the children of the world were on their own. Their task to build a New World in their own image…. Whatever that image may be.
The new Tomorrow
15 x 30 minute episodes
The New Tomorrow pays homage to The Tribe, which has distinguished itself as a cult series around the world.
The New Tomorrow combines action and adventure, mystery and intrigue, humour and pathos with underlying themes of hope and human endeavour where good always triumphs in the end.
UK TELEVISION DRAMA SERIES
CORONATION STREET is a British television soap opera created by Granada Television and shown on ITV since 9 December 1960.
The programme centres around a cobbled, terraced street in the fictional Weatherfield, a town based in a Northern inner-city.
A British television soap opera broadcast on BBC One since 1985. Set in the fictional borough of Walford in the East End of London, the programme follows the stories of local residents. Within eight months of the show’s original launch, it reached the number one spot in BARB’s television ratings.
Howards’ Way is a television drama series produced by BBC Birmingham and transmitted on BBC1 between 1 September 1985 and 25 November 1990.
The show deals with the personal and professional lives of the wealthy yachting and business communities in the fictional town of Tarrant on the south coast of England.
It was the BBC’s answer to the hit American series, Dallas.
A long running TV series for ITV which featured
Ken Boon, a middle-aged ex-firemen, who retires and becomes a private investigator, but not quite in Chandler’s, Philip Marlowe mould.
THE DISTRICT NURSE
Period drama following the life of Megan Roberts, a forward-thinking distinct nurse in a South Wales mining town in the 1930’s
The Bill was a police procedural television series in the United Kingdom, and was among the longest running of any British television series about the UK police.
Emmerdale (known as Emmerdale Farm until 1989) is a British television soap opera that is broadcast on ITV. The show is set in Emmerdale, a fictional village in the Yorkshire Dales
The Bretts chronicling the fortunes of four generations of a London theatrical family through the 1920s and ’30s, The Bretts ran for two memorably successful series.
THE PURPLE PEOPLE EATER
was an episode in STV’s DRAMARA series. It gave the lead, Nick Berry, his first TV role.
Nick went onto stardom in EASTENDERS and many other series.