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Gerry Anderson - the Puppet Maestro is dead ... RIP


Aitchbee
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Thunderbird 4 was my favourite.

Goodbye Gerry.

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kad60

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Captain Scarlett was my favourite his dark persona wonderfully envisioned. The science fiction genre ,with others,was masterfully expressed by himself and my favourite Harryhausen,his imagination is part of our future.

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Aitchbee

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One of Gerry & Syliva's lesser known heroes was 'Father Stanley Unwin'. He worked for B.I.S.H.O.P. - British Intelligence Service Headquarters Operation Priest - from his parish in the English countryside. Father Unwin's assistant, Matthew, posing as a simple gardener,[in fact he was an alert, athletic and intelligent agent], and was in command of a secret device capable of reducing anything to just one third of it's normal size.

Stanley appeared as 'himself' ... Matthew was just a puppet actor and did what he was told.

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Bing.alau

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My favourite was Parker. My eldest lad had all the toys at one time including Tracy island. I wonder where they went to?

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