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Sliders - The First Season


Overview - A smart sci-fi series from the mid-1990s, SLIDERS follows a group of friends as they’re tossed from one alternate dimension to another due to a malfunctioning invention. San Franciscan Quinn Mallory (Jerry O'Connell) has devoted his life to physics, and works on his own experiments when not studying for his university courses.  Read more...

 

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Overview

A smart sci-fi series from the mid-1990s, SLIDERS follows a group of friends as they’re tossed from one alternate dimension to another due to a malfunctioning invention. San Franciscan Quinn Mallory (Jerry O'Connell) has devoted his life to physics, and works on his own experiments when not studying for his university courses. His latest invention works on the concept of a wormhole intended to transport a person between dimensions. When he invites his professor and a friend to witness a demonstration, everything goes awry, and the wormhole pulls in Quinn, his friend Wade (Sabrina Lloyd), Professor Maximillian Arturo (THE LORD OF THE RINGS' John Rhys-Davies), and one innocent bystander: the washed-up singer Rembrandt "Crying Man" Brown (Cleavant Derricks). As the group struggles to get back to their home dimension, they find themselves in various incarnations of San Francisco, each with a completely different population and new political and cultural situations. This collection includes every episode from the show’s debut season.

Cast List

Andy Tennant - Director
Sabrina Lloyd - Actor, DOPAMINE (2003)
John Rhys-Davies - British Actor
Jerry O'Connell - Actor

 
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  • UPC: 025192010323
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