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== Timeline ==
 
== Timeline ==
* This story takes place after [[TW]]: ''[[Sleeper (TV story)|Sleeper]]''.
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* ''To the Last Man'' takes place after [[TW]]: ''[[Sleeper (TV story)|Sleeper]]''.
* This story takes place before [[TWN]]: ''[[Something in the Water (novel)|Something in the Water]]''.
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* ''To the Last Man'' takes place before [[TWN]]: ''[[Something in the Water (novel)|Something in the Water]]''.
   
 
== DVD releases ==
 
== DVD releases ==

Revision as of 13:11, July 23, 2012

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To the Last Man was the third story in the second series of Torchwood. It was notable for featuring Toshiko Sato as the main character, as she was in the first series story Greeks Bearing Gifts.

Synopsis

Once a year, for a single day, Tommy Brockless is defrosted in the Torchwood hub to make sure he's still working. He is kept alive until the day he is needed, when ghosts appear at a hospital and it's clear that the time has come.

Plot

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Cast

Crew

General production staff

Script department

Camera and lighting department

Art department

Costume department

Make-up and prosthetics

Movement

Casting

General post-production staff

Special and visual effects

Sound



Not every person who worked on this adventure was credited. The absence of a credit for a position doesn't necessarily mean the job wasn't required. The information above is based solely on observations of the actual end credits of the episodes as broadcast, and does not relay information from IMDB or other sources.


References

Story notes

to be added

Ratings

  • Unofficial overnight rating: 3.2 million viewers

Filming locations

  • Toshiko and Tommy visit the Norwegian Church in Harbour Drive, Cardiff Bay.
  • Penarth Pier was where Toshiko Sato and Tommy first kissed.
  • The Eli Jenkins pub on Bute Crescent, Cardiff Bay.

Production errors

  • Tommy states that he is from Blackley in Lancashire but mispronounces the name of the town as "Black-ley". The correct local pronunciation is more like "Blake-ley".
  • Kai Owen is credited despite Rhys Williams not appearing in this episode.
  • When Tommy picks up Tosh, she throws her bag to the floor, only for it to be on her shoulder in the next shot.
  • When Tosh and Tommy are talking at the bay, in one shot her hair is being blown by the wind, but the next shot it isn't.

Continuity

If you'd like to talk about narrative problems with this story — like plot holes and things that seem to contradict other stories — please go to this episode's discontinuity discussion.

Timeline

DVD releases

  • This story, along with the rest of Torchwood Series 2, was released in a complete series box set in 2008.
  • The American DVD release of the episode was titled Last Man Standing.

External links

Footnotes

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