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News to upcoming events  regarding the world of Captain Scarlet - and sometimes other Gerry Anderson's related shows - will be posted here for your information! 

 

If you ever learn of interesting news, you're invited to contact me, and we'll let people know about it.  And if you have any comments to offer, regarding a subject offered on this page, you can also write and tell me about it. 

 

CAUTIONARY  NOTE:  In view of all the  contradictory information circulating presently on the net - especially in regard of the upcoming CGI series -  readers must be advised that although this site makes all in its powers to verify every bits of news and its veracity, some details over information may be revealed as FALSE over time.  This site will provide with updates and detailed info as it will become available, and will make amendments when necessary.

 

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UPDATES JULY 27, 2015

 

THUNDERBIRDS THE CLASSIC SERIES:  KICKSTARTER PROJECT TO CREATE NEW CLASSIC EPISODES FROM 1965 AUDIO ADVENTURES:  12 DAYS TO GO!

 

You might have seen this news over the last month!  Stephen Larivière and the team behind the success of the documentary "Filmed in Supermarionation", will be tackling a brand new, very exciting project, for Classic Thunderbirds' 50th anniversary: they will bring to life - or rather to Supermarionation - new episodes of the classic Thunderbirds series, using the audio adventures that were recorded in 1965!

 

Although these 'new' episodes will be of a length of 30 minutes, the aim is to create episodes that could fit in perfectly with the classic series, using the same techniques that were so innovative in their time.  The project is fully approved by the Gerry Anderson Estate, Sylvia Anderson and ITV, and the project is currently raising funds as a Kickstarter Project.  For the past 15 days, people from all around the word has contributed money, so much so that the first goal was reached in mere days, securing the production of the first episode "The Abominable Snowman".  The first stretch goal was also reached, and the second episode, "Introducing Thunderbirds" should also come into production!

 

Now while halfway through the end of the project,  there's a new stretch goal to reach in order to create the third and last episode:  "The Stately Home Robberies", and the team now needs the help of ANYONE who's willing to sponsor this project.  Any amount you can give is welcomed... and you can have rewards with your contribution (DVD and/or blu-ray of the finished product, storyboard page, lobby cards, commemorative photo album...). 

 

The project is very close to reach this last goal of  195,000 £, the amount needed to create all three episodes, but we still have 50,000 to go! You want these episodes in your own collection? You want to see your favourite characters again, as they have been created 50 years ago?   Then reach out and join thousands of other fans from all around the world and make a small contribution!

 

Click here for more information and to contribute to this Kickstarter Project.

 

 

 

 

 

UPDATES JUNE 16, 2014

 

FRANCIS MATTHEWS, THE VOICE OF CAPTAIN SCARLET, PASSED AWAY

 

In the series of the same name, he gave Paul Temple, the detective created by Francis Durbridge, the face the character will be most recognised as.  At Hammer, he was the one who put an end to the infamous career of Rasputin, was Doctor Frankenstein's assistant, and killed one of the many incarnations of Dracula.

 

But for most of us, Francis Matthews was the voice of the indestructible Captain Scarlet.

 

Francis Matthews died June 14, at the venerable age of 86. 

 

During his early career, Francis Matthews played opposite legends such as Peter Cushing (Revenge of Frankenstein), Christopher Lee (Dracula, Prince of Darkness and Rasputin, the Mad Monk) and Andrew Keir (Dracula, Prince of Darkness again).  It this same movie, he shared billing with Charles Tingwell, whom he will work again a few years later while filming Murder Ahoy, opposite Margaret Rutherford's Miss Marple.  Both men would of course later meet again on the set of   Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons, where Charles Tingwell will be the voice of Doctor Fawn.

 

In an era where most characters from many Anderson shows  were voiced as Americans, the eponymous hero of Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons, with his clipped Cary Grant's voice, impersonated by Matthews, was decidedly English.  Reportedly, it is because of his capacity to imitate Grant's voice that Francis Matthews was hired.  Despite a long and fruitful career as a stage, television and movie actor,  along with 'Paul Temple' it would be for 'Captain Scarlet' that Francis Matthews would be the most recognised of. Alongside his former co-star Ed Bishop (Captain Blue), he would later reprise the role of Scarlet  in the short  movie Captain Scarlet and the Return of the Mysterons, which had been created as a test for the viability for a new upcoming Captain Scarlet series. 

 

He is survived by three sons, Paul, Damien and Dominic, and his brother, actor Paul Shelley.

 

All our sympathies go to Mr. Matthews's family and friends.  He will be well remembered of.

 

All who wish to post their thoughts and good wishes as well are invited to do so on the Spectrum Headquarters Forum. A thread which is open to guests is available for the occasion.

 

 

THUNDERBIRDS ARE GO - VIRAL SITE...  AND MORE NEWS TO COME!

 

We missed this last April, but a viral site hit the net, teasing the upcoming Thunderbirds are Go! series.  This is an obvious marketing coup, and what you can see on the site only lasts a few seconds, but it's enough for you to want to see more!

 

The viral site is now back on the news, with ITV announcing their intention via this new promotional poster of revealing more information regarding the new show...  at their upcoming Licensing Expo in Vegas!

 

While waiting for more news to hit us, you can visit the viral site at  http://hi-secure.net/.  Check it out, and see if that gets you excited!

 

 

 

 

 

 

UPDATES OCTOBER 6, 2013

 

 

NEW "THUNDERBIRDSARE GO" TV SERIES IN PREPARATION - AIRING DATE: 2015!

 

This was announced in newspapers and on the web in February and this website actually missed it.  But now, nearly at the end of the year, the news returns, and it seems it is far more than a rumour.  In fact,  this is very serious!

 

A new series of "Thunderbirds" is presently on the work. With the working title of "Thunderbirds Are Go" (taken right from the opening credits of the original series), the series will be made with a mix of computer animation (CGI) and live action model sets, while paying tribute to the legacy of model locations from the classic series. 

 

The series is a coproduction of ITV Studios and New Zealand based Pukeko Pictures, in collaboration with Weta Workshop (which special effects were behind Avatar, King Kong and The Lord of the Rings), and will feature the same premises as the original series, with its family of heroes as member of International Rescue, travelling the world aboard their 'Thunderbirds' craft, and performing daring rescues all around the world, with the use of advanced technologies created by the brilliant Brains.

 

Voices cast has been announced last month and it has been revealed that Rosamund Pike (The World's End, Wrath of the Titans) will be voicing Lady Penelope.   While this casting is an exciting one, the BIG news, however, is the announcement that 50 years after portraying the character a first time, David Graham will return to voice again the voice of Parker,  Lady Penelope's chauffeur! 

 

The rest of the cast is as followed:

Thomas Brodie-Sangster (Love Actually, Game of Thrones)...... Gordon and John Tracy

Rasmus Hardiker (Saxondale, Lead Balloon)...... Alan and Scott Tracy

David Menkin...... Virgil Tracy

Sandra Dickinson (The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy)...... Grandma Tracy

Andres Williams (M.I. High, Foyle's War)....... The Hood
Kayvan Novak (Fonejacker, Facejacker)...... Brains

 

Casting for the voice of Jeff Tracy is yet to be determined.

 

In addition, the series feature new characters including Kayo, the Tracy brothers' friend and resident of the island, who will be voiced by Angel Coulby (Merlin, Dancing on the Edge) and Colonel Casey, voiced by Adjoa Andoh (Invictus, Doctor Who).

 

The series, which will count 26 episodes, is currently in production and will be airing on CITV in 2015.

 

Estelle Hughes is executive producer for ITV Studios, with  Giles Ridge for ITV Studios Global Entertainment (ITVS GE) and Richard Taylor and Andrew Smith for Pukeko Pictures.  The Series is directed by David Scott (LEGO Star Wars), with Theo Baynton (The WotWots) as Episodic Director.

The Head Writer is Rob Hoegee (Slugterra, Generator Rex, Teen Titans, League of Super Evil), is Head Writer for the series.

 

 

 

UPDATES, DECEMBER 26, 2012

 

 

GERRY ANDERSON PASSED AWAY
The beloved creator of 'Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons', 'Thunderbirds', 'UFO', 'Fireball XL5', 'Stingray' and many other series passed away on December 26, 2012, after a long battle with Alzheimer's disease.  He was 83.

The Spectrum HQ website wishes to present its condolences to all of Mr Anderson's family, friends and collaborators.  We will all mourn him.

All who wish to post their thoughts and good wishes on the Spectrum HQ forum are invited to do so. A thread which is open to guests is available for the occasion.

Gerry Anderson will be forever remembered for his body of work. 

He had a FAB life.

GERRY ANDERSON

14 April 1929 – 26 December 2012

A FAB LIFE

 

 

UPDATES, NOVEMBER 19, 2011

 

 

NEW FROM BIG FINISH…

FROM THUNDERBIRDS TO PTERODACTYLS

Shane Rimmer’s Autobiography on CD in November 2011

 

Shane Rimmer’s voice is familiar to millions from his role as Scott Tracy, the pilot of Thunderbird 1, but there are many other facets to his remarkable career.

In From Thunderbirds to Pterodactyls Shane recalls the years he spent as an actor, voice artist and writer for Gerry Anderson’s classic productions, as well as his appearances in other memorable shows such as Doctor Who, Coronation Street and Lipstick On Your Collar.

Equally at home in Star Wars or Out of Africa, Shane’s talents as a character actor have been called upon by some of the film industry’s leading directors. He worked for Stanley Kubrick in Dr Strangelove and Christopher Nolan in Batman Begins. Between the two he notched up appearances in three James Bond movies and had a close encounter with a low-flying dinosaur in The People that Time Forgot.

This wry and refreshingly frank autobiography sheds new light on some of the best-loved films and television series ever made, as well as revealing what life is really like for a jobbing actor in the sometimes less than glamorous world of showbusiness.

This three-disc audio CD is read by Shane and is released on 31 November 2011, RRP £16.99. A download version will also be available from bigfinish.com, priced at £14.99.

Buy the From Thunderbirds to Pterodactyls Audiobook from Amazon.co.uk

Buy the Download Version only, from Big Finish.

 

 

Buy the audiobook at Amazon.co.uk

 

 

 

 
BOOK:  SHANE RIMMER, MY AUTOBIOGRAPHY - FROM THUNDERBIRDS TO PTERODACTYLS

Product Details from Signum Books:

Already available since October 25, 2010,  the book From Thunderbirds to Pterodactyls, in which actor Shane Rimmer recalls the years he spent as a voice artist and writer for Gerry Anderson’s classic productions. Shane’s autobiography also includes details of his appearances in Doctor Who, Star Wars, two James Bond films and much more.

Hardcover: 240 pages
Publisher: Signum Books (Imprint of Flashpoint Media Ltd) (25 Oct 2010)
Language English
ISBN-10: 0956653405
ISBN-13: 978-0956653406

 

You can buy the book at Amazon.co.uk or directly at Signum Books, where you can also get a signed copy for a slight additional fee.

 

Buy the book at Amazon.co.uk

 

 

 

ANDERSONIC ISSUE 12 - SUMMER 2011

Interview with former APF sculptor John Blundall in which he discusses his time working on series from Supercar up to Thunderbirds. John discusses how he got involved in puppetry, working with Christine Glanville, Wolfgang Manthey and Mary Turner, his favourite creations and what went into designing characters such as Robert the Robot, Professor Matic and of course Parker.

Robin McDonald Interview - Century 21's Clapper Loader/Focus Puller recalls his time working on series from Thunderbirds to Space:1999, working with alligators, Ed Bishop & Mike Billington and even The Sweeney and Terrahawks.

A Breath of Death - a look at an unfilmed Space:1999 script by Irving Gaynor Nieman.

Supermarionation Stamps - the Royal Mail's special issue commemmorating 50 years of Supermarionation. With comment from artist Gerry Embleton

The Return of Victor Bergman - Robert Wood outlines the making of this touching fan-made short film.

Space 1999/ The Last Sunset - Alpha's finest are stranded on the lunar surface with only a corroding Eagle and a crazed Paul Morrow for company.

UFO /Destruction - Four writers give their view on Dennis Spooner's sole contribution to UFO.

Fireball XL5/ Space City Special - The Subterrains' plan with Manchurian overtones...

plus more of our Joe 90 A-Z, a free competition to win a trip to Vostula and more!

To order your copy of  Andersonic, simply go to their website.

 

 

UPDATES,  FEBRUARY 7, 2011

 

THE SPECTRUM HEADQUARTERS WEBSITE CELEBRATES ITS 10TH ANNIVERSARY!

 

TO CELEBRATE THE 10TH ANNIVERSARY OF SPECTRUM HEADQUARTERS!

Time flies, and how!  Would you believe it has been 10 YEARS already?

 

On February 10, 2011, the Spectrum Headquarters website reaches its 10th year of online existence, and it's thanks to you, the fans, that it existed long enough to celebrate this milestone.

 

Instead of celebrating this event, on the anniversary day only, it was decided that the website will use the entire upcoming year, until February 10, 2012, to make this  something special.  During this long period of time, we will celebrate by posting new stuff on a regular basis:  information that are missing from some of our sections, stuff that you might not find anywhere else online, new and original pictures on our gallery... and of course, what had made the website so popular over those 10 years, new fan fiction stories!  This will touch both the Original Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons series, as well as the CGI New Captain Scarlet series. 

 

We are trying to reach past contributors to this website as well as long-standing, well-known Gerry Anderson fans, to ask them if they would like to contribute anew with either new stories, essays or articles, or stories which might have appeared in fanzines that could be posted here, for a whole new generation of fans to read.

 

And of course, present contributors are also invited to participate - as well as completely new fans!

 

If you read these lines, and want to be a part of the celebration, CONTACT US.  Tell us what you want to write, present us your work!  There is  no Challenge attached to this event.  No specific theme.  But you can chose from any of our already existing Challenges if you want. 

 

Check our Letter of invitation, and our Submission Guidelines for more information!

 

 

 

ROYAL MAIL OFFERS FREE "GENIUS OF GERRY ANDERSON" WALLPAPERS

As a promotion for their news series of stamps featuring the contribution of Gerry Anderson to television (see article below), Royal Mail is offering sets of free Gerry Anderson wallpapers.  You have six versions to chose from:  Thunderbirds, Fireball XL5, Stingray, Joe 90, Supercar and of course, Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons.

 

Follow this link, chose your set and fill the form provided, and click the submit button, and you will very soon received, by email, a zip file containing your free set.  As simple as that!

 

 

 

ANDERSONIC ISSUE 11 - SPRING 2011 ISSUE

 

Issue 11 of Andersonic features a new interview with Century 21's former Visual Effects Director Shaun Whittacker-Cook in which he discusses his time working at Century 21 on series from Thunderbirds up to UFO. Shaun shares anecdotes of his time at the studio and reveals how certain sequences were created, his favourite effects shots and what it was really like trying to get a sofa on board Thunderbird 3 and make spinning UFOs fly!


Other features include:


Starcruiser 'Run Robot Run' - we examine a recently unearthed script for the Anderson TV series that never was.
The Anderson Collecting Gene - What fans collect and why they do it.
Space 1999/ Force of Life - Ian McShane catches a chill as Moonbase Alpha revisits Quatermass.
Interster - A look at the South African puppet series influenced by Century 21
UFO /Flight Path - 'Er Indoors gets a shooter in the boat race... An early episode examined.
Ghosts in the Machine - SHADO, the CIA and other Fictions. Looking at information, misinformation and close encounters.
Lunarville Lip - Captain Scarlet's loose trilogy of moon-based episodes.
Could You Fly a Thunderbird - Take our psychometric test and find out.

 

To order your copy of  Andersonic, simply go to their website.

 

 

 
CAPTAIN SCARLET:  THE COMPLETE SERIES DVD SET -  2010 REPACKAGED (NORTH AMERICA)

A&E repackaged their DVD set of Captain Scarlet & the Mysterons to offer a brand new, attractive presentation.   Basically the same content as the previous set, this new release comes with a new, revised price that North American fans of the series will find more than affordable.

 

Format: Color, DVD, NTSC, Region 1
Language: English
Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
Number of discs: 4
Rated: NR (Not Rated)
Studio: A & E Home Video
Run Time: 832 minutes

DVD Release Date: January 26, 2010

 

 

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UPDATES, DECEMBER 17, 2010

 

ROYAL MAIL PAYS ‘FAB’ TRIBUTE TO PUPPET GENIUS GERRY ANDERSON AND THUNDERBIRDS ARE GO, ON ‘MOVING’ MINI SHEET

The puppet characters in Stingray, Joe 90, Captain Scarlett and Thunderbirds have enthralled millions since they first arrived on our TV screens in the 1960s, and they are now set to visit our homes again as Royal Mail pays tribute to their creator in a new set of special stamps.

 

Issued on 11 January, FAB: The Genius of Gerry Anderson marks the 50th anniversary of these ground-breaking programmes, which began with Supercar in 1961. The set of stamps also includes Royal Mail’s first ‘motion stamps’ on a miniature sheet which using microlenticular printing reveals the Thunderbirds take off when tilted back and forth.

 

Gerry Anderson said: “I feel incredibly proud that my work has been chosen to appear on a set of commemorative stamps and to see actual animation of the opening scenes of Thunderbirds on motion stamps, for me, is wonderful.”

 

        The stamps, split between 1st Class and 97p values, feature six of his most popular shows: Supercar, Fireball XL5, Stingray, Thunderbirds, Captain Scarlet and Joe 90, highlighting the ingenious characters and incredible vehicles created by Anderson.

 

For many of course, it’s his most celebrated creation, Thunderbirds, that we remember, especially its dramatic 5! 4! 3! 2! 1! opening sequence.  Now people can relive that moment through a four-stamp miniature sheet. The countdown begins with Thunderbird 5 - the Earth-orbiting space station keeping a watchful eye from within the miniature sheet’s border, whilst a moving image of lift off is revealed for Thunderbirds 1, 2, 3 and 4.

 

Philip Parker, Royal Mail Stamps spokesperson, said: “Gerry Anderson’s sophisticated puppetry, combined with his taste for state-of-the-art special effects and futuristic super-vehicles, caused a sensation in the 1960s and his legacy lives on today.

 

“I’m delighted that Royal Mail is celebrating his ingenuity and inventiveness with our first stamp issue of 2011, and our first motion stamps. I’m sure that collectors and TV fans alike will enjoy the chance to see the opening credits of Thunderbirds again – but this time through the technology of stamps!”

 

Royal Mail is also producing a Retail Stamp Book and Medal Cover to accompany the issue. (for more details see Notes to Editors in the complete news release).

 

The Gerry Anderson archive is represented by ITV Studios Global Entertainment who worked with Royal Mail to produce FAB: The Genius of Gerry Anderson.

 

You can order the various products at the Royal Mail website.

 

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ANDERSONIC ISSUE 10 - AUTUMN 2010 ISSUE

 

The latest issue now has 44 pages, colour covers and features:

  • A new interview with former Century 21 writer and director Leo Eaton in which he discusses his time directing the puppet series, writing for Scarlet, what it was like working on Joe 90 and UFO, why he eventually left the series and how he came to work with Ed Wood.

  • Supermerchandisation - A look at how Century 21 revolutionised the marketing of 'tie-in' products in the 1960s. (See this website for additonal info on this subject)

  • Into Infinity - Script to screen feature revealing scenes that didn't make it to the final version plus a new interview with musician Steve Coe.

  • Space:1999/ Earthbound - a look at Anthony Terpiloff's episode where Christopher Lee gives everyone an egg and Gerald Simmonds Esq does everything he can to get back to where he once belonged.

  • Brink of Disaster Retrospective - four writers evaluate one of Thunderbirds' most stylish episodes. Is complete automation a viable option? Whadda you think!

  • UFO/ Survival - Michael Billington makes his UFO debut in a moon-based episode that explores prejudice and, er, survival.

  • Space Patrol - a look at the 1960s series made by former Anderson alumni Arthur Provis and Roberta Leigh, which had an interesting legacy.

  • Review Section - New merchandise reviewed.

  • SHADO Staff Handbook - What not to do in your new job. Please sign and return to the HR department. What do you mean you don't want a lilac gull-wing company car?

  • Joe 90 A-Z - everything you need to know about WIN's 4' 4" Most Special Agent.

  • X-Planes Extra - more inspirational designs we couldn't fit in last time. Ever wondered what inspired the design of Thunderbird 1, FAB 1, Supercar and UFO's Lunar Carrier?

44 pages with colour outer and inner covers/ black and white interior.

To order your copy of  Andersonic, simply go to their website.

 

 

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SPACE: 1999 - THE COMPLETE SEASON ONE AVAILABLE IN BLU-RAY

 

For the first time ever:  Season One of the popular Sci-Fi series is available as a Blu-Ray edition in the U.K. on November 1rst, 2010.

 

The series had already been made available in Blu-Ray earlier on November 30, in North America (U.S. and Canada). 

 

See below for more information - and for possibility to order your own set online at Amazon.com or Amazon.co.uk, depending on your location!

 

NORTH AMERICAN BLU-RAY BOX SET:

 

Language: English (Dolby Digital 1.0), English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
Region: Region 1
Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
Studio: A&E Home Video

Audio commentaries
Music-only tracks
Behind-the-scenes featurettes
Episodic image galleries for all episodes
Trailers
Textless titles
Barry Gray’s theme music demo
Alternate opening/closing titles
Martin Landau and Barbara Bain US premier intro and outro
SFX plates and deleted SFX scenes with music track

Added item: September 12, 2010

 

U.K. BLU-RAY BOXSET:
Just a few weeks after he American release, the first series of Space: 1999 was made available for U.K. and the rest of Europe. 

You can pre-order your copy online, at Amazon.co.uk, by clicking the link on the right.

Number of discs: 7
Classification: PG
Studio: Network
DVD Release Date: 1 Nov 2010.
Run Time: 1200 minutes

Added item: September 12, 2010

 

 

U.K. DVD BOXSET:

Additionally, a new release of the U.K. DVD boxset, with new artwork, has been released by Network, to coincide with the Blu-Ray boxset.


Format: Box set, PAL
Region: Region 2
Number of discs: 7
Classification: PG
Studio: Network
DVD Release Date: 1 Nov 2010
Run Time: 1200 minutes

Added item: December 17, 2010

 

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SPACE PRECINCT : COMPLETE SERIES DVD BOXSET AVAILABLE IN NORTH AMERICA

 

The  DVD boxset of Space Precinct, the last live action television series created by Gerry Anderson, has finally been made available in the U.S. and Canada.  Starring Ted Shackelford, Rob Youngblood and animatronic animated characters in the role of aliens, this series isn't just your typical 'cop buddies' story:  it's also set in space!

 

Available since September 12, 2010, you can order your own copy online, at Amazon.com.

 

SPACE PRECINCT:  THE COMPLETE SERIES DVD BOXSET

 

Format: NTSC, Full Screen
Language: English
Region: Region 1
Number of discs: 5
Rated: NR (Not Rated)
Studio: IMAGE ENTERTAINMENT
DVD Release Date: November 23, 2010
Run Time: 1063 minutes

New item September 12, 2010

 

 

 

 

 

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