Retroist Wizards and Warriors Podcast
Greetings, dear listeners, and welcome to the enchanting realm of the Retroist Wizards and Warriors Podcast! On this delightful episode, we shall delve into the captivating world of the short-lived fantasy TV show, "Wizards and Warriors," which graced our screens back in 1983. Join me as I share my pleasantly surprised experience with this show, despite it replacing another beloved series that had captured my heart.
To begin our magical journey, I shall unravel the mysteries behind the scenes, shedding light on the talented individuals who stood both in front of and behind the camera, weaving the spellbinding tale that unfolded before us. The creators, actors, and crew members shall all take center stage, as we explore their contributions to the mesmerizing world of "Wizards and Warriors."
As we traverse the enchanted land of 1983, we shall also peer through the looking glass of history to uncover how this fantastical show was received by the audience and critics alike. Did it manage to enchant the masses or fade into the shadows like a forgotten incantation? We shall seek answers and discover the legacy that "Wizards and Warriors" left behind.
Alas, despite its charm and allure, this gem of a show has not found its way into our modern libraries of home video releases. We shall ponder this curious absence, contemplating the reasons why this whimsical adventure has yet to be immortalized on DVD or Blu-ray.
And lo, as the magical tale unfolds, we have a special treat for you, dear listeners. I am honored to be joined by the esteemed Vic Sage, who brings forth a brand-new segment titled "Why Should I Know This Person." Today, Vic shines a spotlight on the legendary Duncan Regehr, whose presence and talents added an extra layer of enchantment to "Wizards and Warriors." Prepare to be captivated by the fascinating tale of this great artist.
So, gather around, fellow adventurers, as we embark on this mesmerizing quest into the realm of "Wizards and Warriors." May our hearts be filled with wonder and nostalgia as we explore the magic of this cherished TV show from days gone by. Sit back, relax, and let the enchantment begin!
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