Thunderbirds Reviews

In August 2016 we set out on a not so top secret mission to review every episode of Gerry and Sylvia Anderson’s classic television series Thunderbirds. Each week we sat down and analysed every single frame in detail to look for reused puppets, props, models, and sets as well as spotting goofs, continuity errors and other fascinating indicators about how this phenomenal series was produced. We even busted a few myths along the way!

Read our in-depth articles which explore the episodes, and the feature films, more fully than ever before, as well as poking fun here and there:

1. Trapped In The Sky
2. Pit of Peril
3. City of Fire
4. Sun Probe
5. The Uninvited
6. The Mighty Atom
7. Vault of Death
8. Operation Crash-Dive
9. Move – And You’re Dead
10. Martian Invasion
11. Brink of Disaster

Thunderbirds – Extending The First Eleven

12. The Perils of Penelope
13. Terror In New York City
14. End of the Road
15. Day of Disaster
16. Edge of Impact
17. Desperate Intruder
18. 30 Minutes After Noon
19. The Impostors
20. The Man From MI.5
21. Cry Wolf
22. Danger At Ocean Deep
23. The Duchess Assignment
24. Attack of the Alligators!
25. The Cham-Cham
26. Security Hazard
27. Atlantic Inferno
28. Path of Destruction
29. Alias Mr. Hackenbacker
30. Lord Parker’s ‘Oliday
31. Ricochet
32. Give Or Take A Millon

The Epilogue

Thunderbirds Are Go (1966)
Thunderbird 6 (1968)
Thunderbirds (2004)

Prior to reviewing the original Thunderbirds series, I also reviewed the Thunderbirds 1965  mini-series from 2015 – three new episodes filmed in Supermarionation!

Introducing Thunderbirds
The Abominable Snowman
The Stately Homes Robberies

4 thoughts on “Thunderbirds Reviews

  1. Great fun reading your reviews. You write with a nice edge of humor. Also thanks for the Johnny Seven OMA shout out!


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