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Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons: 5 (1967)

Region: (unknown)
UPC/Barcode: 5037115016034
Released: 12th November 2001
Release type: Deleted
No. of Discs: (unknown)
Catalogue No: 3711501603
Category: Children's, Television
Format: DVD / Normal
Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons: 5 (1967) (Deleted)


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Film information

Story: Eight further episodes chronicling Captain Scarlet's battle with the dreaded Mysterons. In 'Noose of Ice' Spectrum discover that not even the North Pole is safe from Mysteron attack. 'Expo 2068' has Captain Scarlet and Captain Blue go in search of a hijacked nuclear reactor. 'The Launching' sees President Roberts receive a threat of Mysteron assassination. 'Codename Europa' finds world-class boffin Professor Carney coming under Mysteron control. 'Inferno' has Captains Scarlet and Blue stationed in an Aztec temple, keeping watch on an endangered water plant. 'Flight to Atlantica' sees Captains Ochre and Blue go barmy after drinking some dodgy bubbly. 'Attack on Cloudbase' finds Symphony Angel in real trouble when she has to eject from her exploding aircraft. And finally, in 'The Inquisition', Captain Blue is interrogated after disappearing for three months.

Starring: Francis Matthews (voice), Ed Bishop (voice), Donald Gray (voice), Janna Hill (voice), Cy Grant (voice), Jeremy Wilkin (voice), Liz Morgan (voice), Paul Maxwell (voice), Gary Files (voice), Charles Tingwell (voice), Sylvia Anderson (voice)

Directed by: Ken Turner, Leo Eaton, Bryan Burgess, Alan Perry

Produced by: Gerry Anderson, Reg Hill

Written by: Tony Barwick, Shane Rimmer, Peter Curran, David Williams, David Lee

DVD information

Studio/distributor: ITV DVD

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