Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons

Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons (1967)

2 corrected entries in season 1

(1 vote)

Big Ben Strikes Again - S1-E3

Corrected entry: The Director-General of the United Asian Republic is seen to be alive and well in the restaurant scene at the end of the episode. This is very odd, as he was supposed to have been killed at the end of the previous episode ("Winged Assassin") when his plane crashed on take off from London Airport.

Correction: The waiter is not The Director-General himself. It is only the same puppet used as a background character.


The Mysterons - S1-E1

Corrected entry: A mid-1960s stock photo of New York is used as an establishing shot of that city, with the Empire State Building visible. However, the events of this series are set in the same world as the Thunderbirds, and take place in the year 2068. The Empire State Building was destroyed at least three years earlier (in 2065), in the Thunderbirds episode "Terror In New York City."

Correction: International Rescue (Thunderbirds) are never referenced in Captain Scarlett and The Mysterons, and vice-versa. Jusr because they are made by the same company and set in roughly the same time there is nothing in either show to suggest that they are set in the same world.

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