Other Gerry Anderson TV Shows

CANDY AND ANDY:

In 1966 between the end of ‘Thunderbirds’ and the start of the ‘Captain Scarlet’ TV series, Gerry Anderson came up with a bold concept for a new project. The Candy and Andy puppets were to feature in a kids TV series but only made it to a comic strip.

THE SECRET SERVICE:

The Secret Service was a British children’s espionage television series, filmed by Century 21 for ITC Entertainment and broadcast in 1969. It was created by Gerry and Sylvia Anderson.

 

STARCRUISER:

Full details of the background to this story are in the 367 Space Battle Cruiser section

 ‘Starcruiser’ was either a Gerry Anderson proposition for a half-hour, live action series for the CBS channel in America or just an commercial idea to produce a Spaceship toy would appeal to children. Whatever the actual story, Starcruiser appeared as a comic strip in Look In magazine in 1977 and Airfix kits of Starcruiser 1 (1978) and the Starcruiser Interceptor (1981) were produced.  The 367 Space Battle Cruiser has a close resemblance to the latter kit.

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