Production Type: TV series

The adventures of a boy doll who runs away from a toyshop and, together with his feline friend Footso, builds Stray Town, a haven for toys.

AP Films/Banty Books/Associated Rediffusion

52 episodes x 13 minutes

Producer: Roberta Leigh

Director: Gerry Anderson

Director of Photography: Arthur Provis

Art Director: Reginald E. Hill

Music: Leslie Clair

Lyrics: Roberta Leigh

Music Arranged and Conducted by Barry Gray

 

Production Type: Film

Policeman Don Ross stumbles on a gang of hi-jackers operating at a local café run by Connie Williams. When he tells his senior officer of his suspicions, Ross is laughed off, so he decides to investigate single-handed. Ross finds himself being bribed by gang member Diamond as he gathers evidence of the gang’s activities, while ringleader Miles plans and executes the robbery of a truck carrying £30,000 worth of cigarettes.

Now certain of Diamond’s guilt and determined to bring down Miles, Ross joins the gang as they prepare for their final operation: the robbery of a £20,000 load of nickel alloy ingots…

AP Films/Anglo Amalgamated

54 minutes

Screenplay by Alan Falconer

Directed by Gerry Anderson

Producer: Gerry Anderson

Director: Gerry Anderson

Director of Photography: John Read

Art Director: Reg Hill

Music Composed, Arranged and Conducted by Barry Gray

1960

Production Type: TV series

The adventures of a boy doll who travels by rocket to Topsy Turvy Land where toys can walk, animals can talk and cream buns grow on trees.

AP Films/Pelham Films/Associated Rediffusion

26 episodes x 13 minutes

Producer: Roberta Leigh

Director: Gerry Anderson

Director of Photography: Arthur Provis

Art Director: Reginald E. Hill

Music and Lyrics: Roberta Leigh

Music Arranged and Conducted by Barry Gray

Production Type: TV series

Sheriff Tex Tucker maintains the peace in Four Feather Falls, Kansas with the aid of four magic feathers which enable his dog and horse to talk and his guns to swivel and fire automatically whenever he is in danger.

AP Films/Granada Television

39 episodes x 13 minutes

Producer: Gerry Anderson

Director of Photography: Arthur Provis and John Read

Art Director: Reg Hill

Special Effects: John Read

Music and Lyrics Composed, Arranged and Conducted by Barry Gray

Production Type: TV series

The adventures of the crew of an amazing land, sea and air vehicle based at a secret laboratory in the Nevada Desert in 1960.

AP Films/ATV/ITC

26 episodes x 25 minutes

Producer: Gerry Anderson

Director of Photography: John Read

Art Director: Reg Hill

Dialogue Direction: Sylvia Anderson

Special Effects: Roger Woodburn

Music Composed, Arranged and Conducted by Barry Gray

Additional Music: Edwin Astley

Production Type: TV series

The continuing adventures of the crew of Supercar, based at the Black Rock laboratory in the Nevada Desert in 1962.

AP Films/ATV Associated TeleVision/ITC

13 episodes x 25 minutes

Producer: Gerry Anderson

Director of Photography: John Read

Art Supervisor: Reg Hill

Production Supervisor: David Elliott

Lighting Cameraman: Ian Struthers

Dialogue Direction: Sylvia Anderson

Art Director: Bob Bell

Special Effects: Derek Meddings

Music Composed, Arranged and Conducted by Barry Gray

Production Type: TV series

The interplanetary adventures of the crew of the World Space Patrol spacecraft Fireball XL5, patrolling Sector 25 of the galaxy in the year 2062.

AP Films/ATV/ITC

39 episodes x 25 minutes

Producer: Gerry Anderson

Associate Producer: Reg Hill

Production Supervisor: David Elliott

Director of Photography: John Read and Ian Struthers

Art Director: Bob Bell

Special Effects: Derek Meddings

Music Composed, Arranged and Conducted by Barry Gray

Title Music Arranged by Charles Blackwell

Production Type: TV series

The adventures of the crew of the W.A.S.P. super-submarine Stingray, patrolling the oceans in the year 2064.

AP Films/ATV/ITC

39 episodes x 25 minutes

Producer: Gerry Anderson

Associate Producer: Reg Hill

Director of Photography: John Read

Lighting Cameraman: John Read, Julien Lugrinand Paddy Seale

Art Director: Bob Bell

Special Effects Director: Derek Meddings

Music Composed, Arranged and Conducted by Barry Gray

Production Type: TV series

Operating from a secret island base, the Tracy family run a global rescue service in the year 2065 using five amazing Thunderbirds vehicles.

AP Films/ATV/ITC

26 episodes x 50 minutes

Producer: Gerry Anderson

Associate Producer: Reg Hill

Director of Photography: John Read

Character Visualisation: Sylvia Anderson

Lighting Cameraman: Paddy Seale and Julien Lugrin

Art Director: Bob Bell

Supervising Special Effects Director: Derek Meddings

Special Effects Directors: Brian Johncock and Ian Scoones

Music Composed and Directed by Barry Gray

Production Type: Film

2065: The Hood sabotages the first manned space expedition to Mars causing the massive Zero X space vehicle to plummet out of control and crash into the sea. Two years later, the committee of the Martian Exploration Centre elect to invite International Rescue to organise the security arrangements at the launch of a second mission. Lady Penelope goes undercover as a reporter at Glenn Field and she and Scott successfully unmask The Hood as he attempts to stow away aboard the new Zero X.

The launch is successful and, after a six week flight, the crew of Zero X make a landing on Mars. But as they explore the planet surface in their Martian Exploration Vehicle, they come under fire from Martian Rock Snakes and barely escape with their lives. Then, on their return to Earth, Zero X’s locking gear is damaged when one of the vehicle’s lifting bodies goes out of control and the crew are trapped on board as Zero X heads for a crash-landing on Craigsville…

Century 21 Cinema/United Artists

89 minutes

Executive Producer: Gerry Anderson

Producer: Sylvia Anderson

Associate Producer: John Read

Director: David Lane

Lighting Cameraman: Paddy Seale

Supervising Art Director: Bob Bell

Art Director: Grenville Nott

Supervising Visual Effects Director: Derek Meddings

Visual Effects Directors: Shaun Whittacker-Cook and Peter Wragg

Music Composed, Arranged and Directed by Barry Gray

Additional Music by The Shadows

Screenplay by Gerry and Sylvia Anderson

Directed by David Lane

Premiere: 12th December 1966 (London Pavilion, London)

Production Type: TV series

The continuing adventures of International Rescue and their London Agent, Lady Penelope Creighton Ward, in the year 2067.

AP Films/ATV/ITC

6 episodes x 50 minutes

Executive Producer: Gerry Anderson

Producer: Reg Hill

Associate Producer: John Read

Characters Created by Sylvia Anderson

Lighting Cameraman: Paddy Seale and Julien Lugrin

Supervising Art Director: Bob Bell

Art Director: Grenville Nott

Script Editor: Alan Pattillo

Supervising Special Effects Director: Derek Meddings

Special Effects Directors: Jimmy Elliott and Shaun Whittacker-Cook

Music Composed and Directed by Barry Gray

Production Type: TV series

In 2068, the indestructible Captain Scarlet leads the agents of Spectrum in a war of nerves against the Mysterons from Mars.

Century 21 Television/ITC

32 episodes x 25 minutes

Executive Producer: Gerry Anderson

Producer: Reg Hill

Associate Producer: John Read

Director Supervising Series: Desmond Saunders

Characters Created by Sylvia Anderson

Lighting Cameraman: Julien Lugrin, Paddy Seale and Ted Catford

Supervising Art Director: Bob Bell

Art Director: Grenville Nott

Production Designer: Keith Wilson

Script Editor: Tony Barwick

Supervising Visual Effects Director: Derek Meddings

Visual Effects Directors: Shaun Whittacker-Cook and Jimmy Elliott

Music Composed and Directed by Barry Gray

Production Type: Film

2068: Brains has designed a revolutionary new automated airship, Skyship One, and Penelope, Alan and Tin-Tin will be aboard the craft on its maiden voyage around the world. Alan and Tin-Tin travel by Tiger Moth bi-plane to rendezvous with Lady Penelope and Parker in England and the quartet board the airship, unaware that the entire crew has been gunned down and replaced by imposters.

The bogus crew are in league with The Hood and have bugged every part of the ship that will be used by Penelope in order to record her voice. They plan to rearrange her words to create a false message which will lure Scott and Virgil in Thunderbirds 1 and 2 to a trap at a disused airfield…

Century 21 Cinema/United Artists

85 minutes

Executive Producer: Gerry Anderson

Producer: Sylvia Anderson

Associate Producer: John Read

Director: David Lane

Director of Photography: Harry Oakes

Art Director: Bob Bell

Visual Effects Director: Derek Meddings

Music Composed, Arranged and Directed by Barry Gray

Screenplay by Gerry and Sylvia Anderson

Directed by David Lane

Premiere: 29th July 1968 (Odeon Cinema, London)

Production Type: TV series

The brain patterns of top experts are transferred to nine-year-old Joe McClaine, enabling him to become the most special agent of W.I.N.

Century 21 Television/ITC

30 episodes x 25 minutes

Executive Producer: Reg Hill

Producer: David Lane

Production Controller: Desmond Saunders

Directors: Desmond Saunders, Alan PerryLeo Eaton, Ken Turner, Peter Anderson and Brian Heard

Characters Created by Sylvia Anderson

Lighting Cameraman: Julien Lugrin and Paddy Seale

Supervising Art Director: Bob Bell

Art Directors: Grenville Nottand Keith Wilson

Script Editor: Tony Barwick

Supervising Visual Effects Director: Derek Meddings

Senior Visual Effects Director: Jimmy Elliott

Visual Effects Directors: Jimmy Elliott, Shaun Whittacker-Cook and Bill Camp

Music Composed and Directed by Barry Gray

Production Type: Film

An unmanned Sun Probe has discovered a new planet in the solar system, in the same orbit as Earth but on the direct opposite side of the sun. The European Space Exploration Centre (EUROSEC) proposes a manned flight to the new planet in conjunction with NASA, but the American space agency only agrees to contribute the lion’s share of the budget when it becomes clear that the Sun Probe information has been leaked to the East.

The launch date is advanced and project director John Kane is joined aboard the Phoenix capsule by American astronaut Glenn Ross for a three week flight to the far side of the sun. On arrival at the new planet, however, their Dove shuttle is hit by an electrical storm and crashes. The astronauts are rescued but Kane is critically injured and Ross is puzzled to find himself back on Earth, facing questions about why they aborted the mission and returned to Earth after only three weeks. Slowly, it dawns on Ross that he has not returned to his own planet at all, but a duplicate Earth that is a mirror image of his own…

Century 21 Cinema/Universal Pictures

101 mins

Screenplay by Gerry and Sylvia Anderson and Donald James

Directed by Robert Parrish

Premiere: 8th October 1969 (Odeon Cinema, London)

Producers: Gerry and Sylvia Anderson

Associate Producer: Ernest Holding

Director: Robert Parrish

Director of Photography: John Read

Art Director: Bob Bell

Visual Effects Director: Derek Meddings

Music Composed and Conducted by Barry Gray

 

Production Type: TV series

Parish priest Father Unwin is an undercover agent for B.I.S.H.O.P. who carries out dangerous assignments using a miniaturisation device to shrink his assistant, Matthew Harding, to puppet size.

Century 21 Television/ITC

13 episodes x 25 minutes

Executive Producer: Reg Hill

Producer: David Lane

Production Supervisor: Desmond Saunders

Directors: Alan Perry, Leo Eaton, Ian Spurrier, Brian Heard and Peter Anderson

Characters Created by Sylvia Anderson

Lighting Cameraman: Paddy Seale and Julien Lugrin

Art Director: Keith Wilson

Script Editor: Tony Barwick

Supervising Visual Effects Director: Derek Meddings

Senior Visual Effects Director: Jimmy Elliott

Visual Effects Directors: Bill Camp, Shaun Whittacker-Cook and Alan Berry

Music Composed and Directed by Barry Gray

Production Type: TV series

The operatives of the secret S.H.A.D.O. organisation defend the Earth from Aliens who are abducting humans to obtain organs which can be transplanted into their own bodies.

Century 21 Television/ITC

26 episodes x 50 minutes

Executive Producer: Gerry Anderson

Producer: Reg Hill

Production Supervisor: Norman Foster

Century 21 Fashions by Sylvia Anderson

Director of Photography: Brendan J. Stafford BSC

Art Director: Bob Bell

Script Editor: Tony Barwick

Special Effects Supervisor: Derek Meddings

Senior Special Effects Director: Jim Elliott

Special Effects Directors: Bill Camp, Shaun Whittacker-Cook and Derek Meddings

Music Composed and Directed by Barry Gray

Production Type: TV series

Harry Rule, the Contessa di Contini and Paul Buchet lead an elite international detective organisation dedicated to the protection of the innocent.

Group Three/ITC

26 episodes x 25 minutes

Producers: Gerry Anderson and Reg Hill

Director of Photography: Brendan J. Stafford BSC and Frank Watts BSC

Art Director: Bob Bell

Script Editor: Tony Barwick

Music Composed and Directed by John Cameron

Theme Music and Lyrics by Mitch Murray and Peter Callender

Production Type: TV series

Harry Rule, the Contessa di Contini and Paul Buchet continue to lead The Protectors international detective organisation.

Group Three/ITC

26 episodes x 25 minutes

Producers: Gerry Anderson and Reg Hill

Associate Producer: Desmond Saunders

Directors: John Hough, Jeremy Summers, Don LeaverMichael Lindsay-Hogg, Charles Crichton, Cyril Frankel and David Tomblin

Director of Photography: Brendan J. Stafford BSC and Frank Watts BSC

Art Director: Bob Bell

Script Editor: Tony Barwick

Music Composed and Directed by John Cameron

Theme Music and Lyrics by Mitch Murray and Peter Callender

Production Type: TV series

The Investigator, a benevolent alien from a distant galaxy, selects an Earth boy and girl, John and Julie, to assist him in his mission to make their world a better place. The pair are miniaturised to assist The Investigator more easily, and assigned to prevent the theft by Stavros Karanti of a 14th century masterpiece from a church on Malta. John and Julie are presented with a car and a boat, scaled to accommodate their miniaturised size, and set out to thwart Karanti’s plans…

Starkits

1 episode x 25 minutes

Producer: Gerry Anderson

Director: Gerry Anderson

Models Created by Reg Hill

Lighting Cameraman: Harry Oakes

Music Composed by John Cameron

Theme: Vic Elmes

Screenplay by Sylvia Anderson

Story by Shane Rimmer

Directed by Gerry Anderson

Original Airdate: Not broadcast to date

On Location:

  • Malta
Production Type: TV series

September 13th 1999: the freak explosion of atomic waste dumps blasts the Moon out of Earth orbit, hurling the 311 men and women of Moonbase Alpha into the far reaches of space.

Group Three/ITC/RAI

24 episodes x 50 minutes

Executive Producer: Gerry Anderson

Producer: Sylvia Anderson

Director of Photography: Frank WattsBSC

Production Designer: Keith Wilson

Story Consultant: Christopher Penfold

Script Editor: Edward di Lorenzoand Johnny Byrne

Moon City Costumes Designed by Rudi Gernreich

Special Effects Supervisor: Brian Johnson

Special Effects Director: Nick Allder

Music by Barry Gray

Additional Music: Tomaso Albinoni, Jack Arel and Pierre Dutour, Giampiero Boneschi, Paul Bonneau and Serge Lancen, Chuck CasseyFrank Cordell, Vic Elms, Alan Willis, Robert Farnon, Beda Folten, Mike HankinsonGustav Holst, Roger Roger, David SnellHarry Sosnik, Jim Sullivan and Georges Teperino

Production Type: TV series

The lightship Altares leaves Space Station Delta on the first stage of a mission of scientific discovery beyond the solar system, a journey to Alpha Centauri, four light years from Earth. On board are two complete family units: Dr. Tom Bowen with his wife Anna and son David, and Captain Harry Masters with his daughter Jane.

Their work at Alpha Centauri completed, the two families elect to continue deeper into space but the computer guidance system malfunctions and the Altares is hit by a meteorite shower. When the ship’s photon drive accidentally cuts in, the Altares hurtles out of control at near light speed – leaving the crew with no way to return to Earth!

Gerry Anderson Productions

1 episode x 50 minutes

Screenplay by Johnny Byrne

Directed by Charles Crichton

Original UK Airdate: 11th December 1976 (BBC1)

Original US Airdate: 9th December 1975 (NBC)

Producer: Gerry Anderson

Production Supervisor: F. Sherwin Green

Director: Charles Crichton

Director of Photography: Frank Watts BSC

Production Designer: Reg Hill

Special Effects: Brian Johnson

Music: Derek Wadsworth and Steve Coe

Production Type: TV series

2000 AD: the 297 men and women of Moonbase Alpha are joined by a metamorph from the planet Psychon in their search for a new home.

Gerry Anderson Productions/ITC

24 episodes x 50 minutes

Executive Producer: Gerry Anderson

Producer: Fred Freiberger

Production Executive: Reg Hill

Associate Producer: F. Sherwin Green

Technical Director: David Lane

Director of Photography: Frank Watts BSC and Brendan Stafford

Production Designer: Keith Wilson

Special Effects Designed and Directed by: Brian Johnson

Music by Derek Wadsworth

Additional Music: Robert Farnon

Production Type: TV series

In the year 2020, an elite fighting force, the Terrahawks, defend the Earth from Zelda and her androids, alien invaders who have settled on Mars.

Anderson Burr/LWT

26 episodes x 25 minutes

Producers: Gerry Anderson and Christopher Burr

Associate Producer: Bob Bell

Directors: Alan Pattillo, Desmond Saunders, Tony Bell and Tony Lenny

Lighting Cameramen: Harry Oakes BSC and Paddy Seale

Art Director: Gary Tomkins

Special Effects Director: Steven Begg

Music Composed and Performed by Richard Harvey

Additional Music Composed by Gerry Anderson and Christopher Burr

Production Type: TV series

The Terrahawks continue to defend the Earth from Zelda and her androids who have been joined by the devious It-Star.

Anderson Burr/LWT

13 episodes x 25 minutes

Producers: Gerry Anderson and Christopher Burr

Associate Producer: Bob Bell

Directors: Tony Belland Tony Lenny

Lighting Cameramen: Harry Oakes BSC and Paddy Seale

Art Director: Gary Tomkins

Special Effects Director: Steven Begg

Music Composed and Performed by Richard Harvey

Additional Music Composed by Gerry Anderson and Christopher Burr

Production Type: TV series

Lieutenant Chuck Brogan, commanding officer of Space Police Precinct 44 East, spearheads a successful campaign against organised crime on planet Zar XL5, but the villainous crimelord V. Lann intends to strike back by threatening the life of the President. As the President travels by monorail to Ultraville, V. Lann engineers the sabotage of the monorail’s drive section, sending the train speeding out of control. Brogan and his officers race against time to track down V. Lann and stop the President’s runaway train…

Anderson Burr

1 episode x 52 minutes (alternative version: 1 episode x 25 minutes – 1989)

Producer: Gerry Anderson and Christopher Burr

Associate Producer: Bob Bell

Director: Tony Bell

Lighting Cameramen: Alan Hume BSC, Harry Oakes BSC and Paddy Seale

Art Director: Mark Harris

Visual Effects Director: Steven Begg

Music: Christopher Burr and Gerry Anderson

Production Type: TV series

In a parallel universe to our own, wisecracking robot private detective Dick Spanner becomes involved in a series of increasingly bizarre cases.

Anderson Burr/Channel 4

22 episodes x 6 minutes (alternative version: 4 episodes x 24 minutes)

Producers: Gerry Anderson and Christopher Burr

Associate Producer: Bob Bell

Director: Steve Beggand Terry Adlam

Creative Supervision: Gerry Anderson

Photography: Steve Begg and Paddy Seale

Music Composed and Performed by Christopher Burr

Production Type: TV series

Professor James Gee leads G-Force Intergalactic, a rapid response task force formed by the President of the United Planets to combat major crime and large scale disasters. Operating from Star City, a hidden base beneath the surface of an asteroid orbiting the Myson planetary system, the G-Force team are joined by two aliens from a distant galaxy and supported by a group of robots controlled by a huge central computer, George Washington.

Gosh!/Inimitable

1 episode x 25 minutes

Executive Producers: Gerry Anderson and Adam J. Shaw

Producer: Bob McKie

Director: Phil Littler

Script Editor: Tony Barwick

Music: Dave Stewart

Production Type: TV series

In the year 2040, the human, creon and tarn officers of Precinct 88 keep law and order in Demeter City on the planet Altor.

Gerry Anderson Productions/Mentorn Films/GTV

24 episodes x 45 minutes

Executive Producer: Tom Gutteridge

Producer: Gerry Anderson

Co-Executive Producers: Roger Lefkon and John Needham

Line Producer: Tom Sachs

Associate Producers: Richard Grove and Jeffrey Brunner

Visual Effects Director: Steven Begg

Director of Photography: Alan Hume BSC and Tony Spratling BSC

Special Effects Photography: Harry Oakes BSC and Peter Talbot

Live-Action Design: Tony Curtis and Bill Alexander

Model Design: Bill Pearson

Creature Effects Design: Neill Gorton

Tarn and Creon Design: Richard Gregory

Executive Story Editor: Philip Morrow

Executive Story Consultant: Chris Hubbell

Story Editor: Sam Graham

Production Supervisor: Hugh Harlow

Post-Production Supervisor: Mark Sherwood

Music: Crispin Merrell

Production Type: TV series

The adventures of Captain Thrice and the crew of the starship Paradox on their quest to find the legendary Lavender Castle – a floating city deep in space and the greatest source of power in the universe – before the evil Dr. Agon who intends to destroy it.

CPI/Gerry Anderson Productions/Cosgrove Hall

26 episodes x 10 minutes (alternative version: 13 episodes x 22 minutes)

Executive Producers: Craig Hemmings and Brian Cosgrove

Producer: Gerry Anderson

Line Producer: Chris Bowden

Director: Chris Taylor

Designed by Rodney Matthews

Lighting Cameramen: Joe Dembinski and Tim Harper

Art Director: Peter Hillier

Visual Effects: Stephen Weston

Production Supervisor: Christine Walker

Music by Crispin Merrell

Production Type: TV series

On the day after tomorrow, indestructible Spectrum agent Captain Scarlet is Earth’s best defence in a war of nerves against the Mysterons from Mars and their instrument of destruction, former Spectrum agent Captain Black.

Anderson Entertainment/Gerry Anderson Productions/The Indestructible Production Company

26 episodes x 25 minutes

Series Created and Produced by Gerry Anderson

Supervising Director: David Lane

CGI Producer: Ron Thornton

Line Producer: Mark Sherwood

Production Designer: Mark Harris

Music by Crispin Merrell

Concept Art Director: Dominic Lavery

Editor: Andy Walter

Associate Producer: Gerry Donohoe