The dashing adventures of the British Secret Service's most heroic officer, Captain Robert Virgin. Aided in his task by the fiesty Mrs Cortez and his loyal batman Doublett, Virgin traveled ...
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The dashing adventures of the British Secret Service's most heroic officer, Captain Robert Virgin. Aided in his task by the fiesty Mrs Cortez and his loyal batman Doublett, Virgin traveled the world battling evil in the name of the British Empire; frequently, this evil was represented by the dastardly Von Brauner & his twisted aide Striebeck.Written by
Now you must be aware that I was around 11 years old when this was aired and I was totally in 'love' with Captain Virgin...... I remember eagerly awaiting each episode and scanning TV Times for any articles about the programme. I would love for the series to be brought out on DVD so that I can relive a little of my childhood! Seeing as VCR's weren't around in those days there is probably no chance that there is even a copy around anywhere to view. I remember that as the characters moved around the World in each episode (they probably never even left the studios!) everything seemed so exotic. The costumes were particularly beautiful and the men were all so manly - while Mrs. Cortez, although very independent, relied on Captain Virgin to come to her rescue when needed. Pure escapism for a young girl, if only it was available again.
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