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One of the episodes (Vampire Chalice) is set in Czechoslovakia 1720. That country did not exist then, it was only created in 1920, and doesn't exist any more since the Czechs and Slovaks split in the early 1990's. This episode also mentions 15th century Rumania. That country didn't exist then either, it was created only in the second half of the 19th century.
Relic Hunter is a beautiful Tv-Series and anyone can't say than it isn't. It enchanted many peoples all the people who watch it. This Regular Film mix the adventure, the funniness and the sexuality. The adventure is present in all the mission, the funniness is made by Claudia and Nigel, and the Sexuality....... by Sydney (tia carrere).
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You go girl! The only thing that consistently appears in RH episodes is the extreme caricaturisation of the nations and cultures portrayed. Also note that Carrere is not the only sexual element of the series. A visit to Sweden? The relic "happens" to be hidden in an ancient monastery turned into a nudist colony. An episode in Turkey? Guess what...Turkish baths!
Why no mention of Simon McCorkindale who produced series three if not the others, and stars in some episodes?
Does anyone knows who is the composer of the Relic Hunter main theme? Thank you --Tudor Tulok 07:10, 1 June 2007 (UTC)
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