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| Series Out of the Unknown|
Season 2, Episode 4
|Air date||October 27th, 1966|
|Producers|| Irene Shubik|
|Starring|| Anthony Bate|
"Level Seven" (alternately known as "Level 7") is the fourth episode of series two of Out of the Unknown. It was directed by Rudolph Cartier with a script written by J.B. Priestley based upon the novel Level 7 by Mordecai Roshwald. It first aired on BBC2 on Thursday, October 27th, 1966.
Level 7 is a giant nuclear bunker established deep under the earth. It was designed to protect important government figures from the radioactive wasteland created in the aftermath of an atomic war. A computer technician known only as X127 (or "H") and his colleague are assigned the duties of manning the console that arms Level 7's nuclear arsenal. Despite their defenses, the staff fear the effects of the radiation that is slowly seeping down into the bunker.
Principal Cast Edit
Guest Stars Edit
|Jane Jordan Rogers||Woman commandant|
|David Cargill||Radio man One|
|Raymond Hardy||Radio man Two|
|Sean Arnold||New man|
|Anthony Sweeney||Air supply officer|
Notes & Trivia Edit
- Many sources erroneously identify this episode by the spelling "Level 7", but it is actually fully spelled out "Level Seven". 
- Like most of the series, this episode was once considered a "lost episode", but a copy of it resurfaced and was recovered by the BBC in 2006. 
- This episode runs ten minutes longer than other episodes from the series. 
- This is the first episode of Out of the Unknown directed by Rudolph Cartier. He directs two episodes of the series in total. His next episode is "The Naked Sun" in 1969.
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