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Gerry Anderson

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Thunderbirds
Captain Scarlet
Stingray
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Gerry Anderson

Thunderbirds

The Tracy brothers – alphabetical order:

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'Thunderbird' pilot order:

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Alan's co–pilot in Thunderbird 3 Click to show or hide the answer
Thunderbird that was a submarine, piloted by an 'Aquanaut' (Gordon) Click to show or hide the answer
Thunderbird that was a space station in permanent geostationary orbit, manned alternately by John and Alan Click to show or hide the answer
The Tracy brothers' father Click to show or hide the answer

NASA programme after whose astronauts all the Scott brothers were named Click to show or hide the answer
Registration number of Lady Penelope's Rolls Royce Click to show or hide the answer
Lady Penelope's surname Click to show or hide the answer
Lady Penelope's cockney butler and chauffeur – catchphrase "Yes, milady" Click to show or hide the answer
Organisation that all the characters worked for Click to show or hide the answer
Thunderbirds featured a recurring villain, who was not named in the series, but was known in books etc. as Click to show or hide the answer
The Tracy family's manservant: half–brother of The Hood, and father of the beautiful female character Tin–Tin (later renamed Tanusha) Click to show or hide the answer

Captain Scarlet

Paul Metcalf is Click to show or hide the answer
Voice of Captain Scarlet Click to show or hide the answer
Captain Scarlet's arch–enemy Click to show or hide the answer

Angels in Captain Scarlet:

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Stingray

"Stand by for action … anything can happen in the next half hour." Intro to Click to show or hide the answer
Pilot of Stingray Click to show or hide the answer
Stingray's navigator Click to show or hide the answer
Troy and Phones's wheelchair–bound commander Click to show or hide the answer
Rescues Troy and Phones in the pilot episode, and becomes a regular member of the crew; former slave girl, modelled on Brigitte Bardot; she is mute, but can breathe under water Click to show or hide the answer

Other

Title character was an agent for the World Intelligence Network Click to show or hide the answer
Pilot of Supercar Click to show or hide the answer
Sheriff of Four Feather Falls Click to show or hide the answer
Pilot of Fireball XL5 Click to show or hide the answer
1970–3: the Andersons' first all–live–action series; all main characters, including Ed Straker and Paul Foster, work for SHADO (Supreme Headquarters, Alien Defence Organisation) Click to show or hide the answer
1975–7: their last series; 311 inhabitants of Moonbase Alpha are hurtled into space when a nuclear waste dump explodes; starred American actors Martin Landau and Barbara Bain, who were married in real life but not in the series Click to show or hide the answer

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