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Message  Fif le Jeu 22 Mai - 16:09

Stingray

Stingray is an NBC television series produced by Stephen J. Cannell that ran from 1985 to 1987. It stars Nick Mancuso, who plays the mysterious character known only as Ray, whose trademark is a black 1965 Corvette Sting Ray.




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Captain Scarlet

Message  Fif le Jeu 22 Mai - 16:11

Captain Scarlet

Capitaine Scarlet (Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons) est une série télévisée d'animation de marionnettes (Supermarionation) britannique en 32 épisodes de 25 minutes, créée par Gerry et Sylvia Anderson et diffusée entre le 28 septembre 1967 et le 14 mai 1968 sur ITV. En France, la série a été diffusée à partir du 27 janvier 1993 sur M61. Rediffusion sur AB1, sur Ciné FX et sur Game One



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Thunderbirds

Message  Fif le Jeu 22 Mai - 16:15

Thunderbirds

Les Sentinelles de l'air ou Les Aventures de Lady Pénélope (Thunderbirds) est une série télévisée d'animation britannique (plus précisément de marionnettes) en 32 épisodes de 50 minutes, créée par Sylvia Anderson et Gerry Anderson et diffusée entre le 30 septembre 1965 et le 25 décembre 1966 sur ITV1.

En France, la série a été diffusée à partir de 1976 sur Antenne 2. Au Québec la série a été diffusée à la fin des années 1960 et reprise vers 1990 sur Canal Famille et sur M6.

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Supercar

Message  Fif le Jeu 22 Mai - 16:19

Supercar

Supercar was a children's TV show produced by Gerry Anderson and Arthur Provis's AP Films for ATV and ITC Entertainment. 39 episodes were produced between 1961 and 1962,[1] and it was Anderson's first half-hour series. In the UK it was seen on ITV and in the US in syndication (the first Anderson series to be shown overseas). The format uses puppets in a technique called supermarionation, a name that was first seen in the closing titles of the last 13 episodes.

The plot of the show consisted of Supercar, a vertical takeoff and landing craft invented by Rudolph Popkiss and Horatio Beaker, and piloted by Mike Mercury. On land it rode on a cushion of air rather than wheels. Jets in the rear allowed it to fly like a jet and retractable wings were incorporated in the back of the car. Retrorockets on the side of the car slowed the vehicle. The car used "Clear-Vu", which included an inside television monitor allowing the occupant to see through fog and smoke. The vehicle was housed in a laboratory and living facility at Black Rock, Nevada, U.S.A. In the show's first episode, "Rescue", the Supercar crew's first mission is to save the passengers of a downed private plane. Two of the rescued, young Jimmy Gibson and his pet monkey, Mitch, are invited to live at the facility and share in the adventures.

The series inaugurated what would become an Anderson trademark, the launch sequence. Every one of his series up until Space: 1999 would include these – in Supercar's case, the charging and firing of port and starboard engines, the activation of an interlock, the opening of (overhead) hangar doors, and finally the vertical take-off.





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Joe 90

Message  Fif le Jeu 22 Mai - 16:21

Joe 90

Joe 90 is a 1960s British science-fiction television series that follows the adventures of a nine-year-old boy, Joe McClaine, who starts a double life as a schoolchild-turned-superspy after his scientist father invents a device capable of duplicating expert knowledge and experience and transferring it to a different human brain. Equipped with the skills of the foremost academic and military minds, Joe is recruited by the World Intelligence Network (WIN) and, as its "Most Special Agent",[e 1] pursues the objective of world peace and saving human life. Created by Gerry and Sylvia Anderson and filmed by Century 21 Productions, the 30-episode series followed Thunderbirds and Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons.

First broadcast in the UK between September 1968[4] and April 1969[5] on the ATV network, Joe 90 was the sixth and final of the Andersons' productions to be made exclusively using the form of marionette puppetry termed "Supermarionation". Their final puppet series, The Secret Service, used this process only in combination with extensive live-action filming. As in the case of its antecedent, Captain Scarlet, the puppets of Joe 90 are of natural proportions as opposed to the more caricatured design of the characters of Thunderbirds.



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Fireball XL5

Message  Fif le Jeu 22 Mai - 16:44

Fireball XL5

Fireball XL5 is a science fiction themed children's television show following the missions of spaceship Fireball XL5, commanded by Colonel Steve Zodiac of the World Space Patrol. The show was produced in 1962 by husband and wife team Gerry and Sylvia Anderson through their company APF, in association with ATV for ITC Entertainment. While developing his new show, Anderson thought a brand of motor oil—Castrol XL—had an interesting sound. A phonetic change created the name "Fireball XL", with the "-5" added as the title seemed a bit flat without the numeral.

The show featured the Andersons' Supermarionation, a form of puppetry first introduced in Four Feather Falls (1960) and Supercar (1961) and used again in their subsequent productions such as Stingray and Captain Scarlet. Thirty-nine black and white half-hour episodes of Fireball XL5 were made on 35mm film: all future Anderson series were produced in colour.

Several Anderson series have been shown in syndication in the US, but Fireball XL5 is the only Anderson series to have run on a US network. NBC (the National Broadcasting Company) ran the series in its Saturday morning children's block from 1963 through to September 1965.




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Space Patrol

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Space Patrol

The series features the vocal talents of Dick Vosburgh, Ronnie Stevens, Libby Morris, Murray Kash and Ysanne Churchman, and comprises 39 half-hour episodes. This series is also known by its US title Planet Patrol to avoid confusion with the 1950s American live-action series of the same name. The marionettes used in the series incorporated some elements of Gerry Anderson's Supermarionation technique - specifically their mouths would move in synch with dialogue.

The series follows the actions of an interplanetary police force in the year 2100, and focuses on the crew of Galasphere 347 (sometimes referred to as Galasphere 024) under the command of the heroic (and, unusually for this type of series, bearded) Captain Larry Dart. The crew includes the elfin Slim from Venus, and the sausage-mad Russian-accented Husky from Mars. These are from Venusian and Martian civilizations and not from Earth colonies there. Providing technical support on Earth is Irish genius Professor Heggarty. Hegarty's talkative pet Martian Parrot (a Gabblerdictum Bird) rarely accompanies the crew on missions. It was brought back from Mars and taught to talk in The Slaves of Neptune episode. Keeping them all on a tight rein are Colonel Raeburn and his super-efficient Venusian secretary, Marla. The show was somewhat sexist in comments from its characters, reflecting the times when it was made.



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Kool !!! un retour dans les sixties

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