We’ve been celebrating the build up to the launch of Thunderbirds Are Go! with a series of competitions to win some very special promotional bags – and now we can reveal the winners!
Produced specially for Brand Licensing Europe, the black bag carries the series title along with a coloured silhouette of a particular Thunderbirds craft. Inside the bag is an A5 flyer and a costume patch, sealed in silver foil. As well as one lucky winner of each bag, two runners up in each competition won copies of the A5 flier.
Congratulations to all our winners – thanks for taking part!
Thunderbird 5 Bag competition
Question: In its Kepler orbit, Thunderbird 5 can only ‘see’ part of the Earth. How many sister satellites are needed so that International Rescue has total global coverage?
Bag winner – Gary Davis
Flier winners – Stephen Bray and Eleftherios Sarris
Thunderbird 4 Bag competition
Question: What was Sylvia Anderson’s advice to Nick Tate on being “too Australian” in Space:1999?
Answer: She didn’t want him to be too Australian as British and American audiences wouldn’t understand him.
Bag winner – Pete Bowman
Flier winners – Sawako Suzuki and Jonathan Baxter
Thunderbird 3 Bag competition
Question: Name one of Graham Bleathman’s unpublished cutaways for the Space Precinct comic
Answer: The Rock or Talon Princess
Bag winner – David Power
Flier winners – Sereena Burton and Nikki Mackay
Thunderbird 2 Bag competition
Question: Captain Scarlet voice artist Francis Matthews worked with Thunderbirds voice artist Peter Dyneley in which episode of The Saint?
Answer: To Kill A Saint
Bag winner – Patrick Berry
Flier winners – Mark Simpson Wedge and Ian Haworth