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Knightmare was an innovative and popular UK television programme for children, produced by Broadsword Productions for Anglia Television and was broadcast on ITV from 7 September 1987 to 11 November 1994. The show is most noted for its pioneering use of blue screen chroma key (the idea borrowed by Tim Child from its then-current usage in weather forecasts) and advanced use of 'virtual reality' interactive gameplay on television - it also further popularised the medieval-style fantasy games craze of the 1980s popularised by the likes of Dungeons & Dragons.

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