The Complete Book of Thunderbirds

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  • Paperback
  • 127 pages
  • The Complete Book of Thunderbirds
  • Chris Bentley
  • English
  • 16 October 2017
  • 9781842220924

10 thoughts on “The Complete Book of Thunderbirds

  1. says:

    I never cared for merchandise: GI Joe, the Ninja Turtles ...the cartoons were enough.
    Until a weird-looking SF show returned to the small screen in the mid-90's with a bombastic musical score not unlike James Bond or the old Roman epics.

    This is truly a Bible; an indispensable, deep and refreshing source of background info for every Thunderbirds lover.
    - what inspired the storylines?
    -who was a model for the puppets?
    -what did the stage look like once you zoom out enough to see the puppeteers?
    In short, how did they manage to create this timeless illusion?

  2. says:

    Terrific 1960's television series - made me realise just how skilful this production is, enjoyable for Adults and children alike, Great stories - Just as my mum remembers it back in the day except now it's even better because you can watch these FAB Episodes as many times as you like ! Fully recommended, in very good condition and a good seller as well. Thank you very much!

  3. says:

    A brief, yet insightful view into all things in the world of Classic Thunderbirds. It is extremely comprehensive, covering the entire series from the initial idea to the production of the feature films.

    As a big Thunderbirds fan, I found this book to be very interesting, even if I was aware if much of the history previously.

    Would definitely recommend this book to anyone, whether you are simply interested or have been a long-term fan.

  4. says:

    http://nwhyte.livejournal.com/1766556...

    A fairly brief (124 pages) but comprehensive guide to the best known Supermarionation show. A lot of things that I hadn't realised about Thunderbirds - that there were only two seasons, with only 32 pisodes (26 in the first series, 6 in the second); that the original half-hour episodes were bulked out to full hour length after Lew Grade demanded that they be made longer; that there had been two feature films in the 1960s which both crashed dismally in the theatres; that the real-life International Rescue Corps was deliberately named after the fictional International Rescue.

    I was also a bit surprised that there was so little crossover with Doctor Who, which was in its early years at the time Thunderbirds was being made. Several of the lead voice actors appeared once or twice in Who, but the only person from behind the scenes whose name I spotted was Dennis Spooner, who must have gone straight from his job as script editor for Verity Lambert to writing six episodes for Gerry Anderson, possibly even doing both at the same time. I scrutinised the summaries of Spooner's Thunderbirds stories (for the record, they were Day of Disaster, End of the Road, Vault of Death, The Mighty Atom, The Imposters and Cry Wolf) to see if I could spot common themes with The Reign of Terror, The Romans, The Time Meddler and the second half of The Daleks' Master Plan, but I'm afraid I drew a blank.

    I was surprised to read that the two 1960s films did so badly, considering that the Peter Cushing movie versions of Doctor Who, which came out at about the same time, performed at least respectably. I suppose that the large screen does puppets very few favours, where at least human actors still look like human actors when in close up. Perhaps there were failures of marketing as well.

    Now that we are almost half way from 1965 to the stories' setting of 2065, it is interesting to consider how Anderson's vision of the future is at variance with our reality. One point that really struck me was the impossibility of International Rescue keeping its location and methods secret. In 1965, photographs were real concrete objects which could be stolen, confiscated, hidden or destroyed. Nowadays any Thunderbird mission would find itself instantly on YouTube, and Tracy Island would be a popular sight on Google Earth. It's also interesting that the show had non-white characters in it from the start, even if one of them is the villain and the other two, though allies of the Tracy family, are vulnerable to his mental powers.

    Anyway, it makes me inclined to do a full watch-through of Thunderbirds - I don't think I have seen even half of it - at some time in the future when other projects are complete.

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