History Characters / Thunderbirds

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* GoodParents: He's a loving dad towards his sons.
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* TeamDad: Both literally and figuratively

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* TeamDad: Both literally and figuratively
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* BadassBaritone: Out of all the Tracy brothers, his voice is the deepest. As far as badass goes, he handles the heavy lifting.



* TheButlerDidIt: although he does it under influence of The Hood, and probably doesn't even realize himself what's going on.

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* TheButlerDidIt: although Although he does it under influence of The Hood, and probably doesn't even realize himself what's going on.



* WeakWilled: The Hood has the poor old guy in his power. Kyrano is utterly powerless to stophim, and not brave enough to tell Jeff or anyone else about this.

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* WeakWilled: The Hood has the poor old guy in his power. Kyrano is utterly powerless to stophim, stop him, and not brave enough to tell Jeff or anyone else about this.



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%%* SpotOfTea* SpotOfTea: Even her icon on Scott's Mobile Command Center is a teapot.



* ADayInTheLimelight: "[[Recap/ThunderbirdsS1E13VaultOfDeath Vault Of Death]]", which details his past as a safecracker.



* GlowingEyesOfDoom: His eyes glow green when he uses his psionic powers. (The 2004 movie has them glowing red instead.)

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* GlowingEyesOfDoom: His eyes glow green yellow when he uses his psionic powers. (The 2004 movie has them glowing red instead.)






* DrivesLikeCrazy: Wilson, which causes them to lose their supplies when their trailer gets detached and explodes.






* HeKnowsTooMuch: He attempts to kill Lady Penelope, Tin-Tin and Parker when he finds out they are on to him.7

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* HeKnowsTooMuch: He attempts to kill Lady Penelope, Tin-Tin and Parker when he finds out they are on to him.7him.
* KillItWithFire: Uses a blowtorch to cut the cable car wires.
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* BadassCrew/BadassFamily: Each one of the Tracys have a background specialising in the roles they play in a rescue.
* ExpansionPackPast: According to WordOfGod, they all have had impressive careers before forming International Rescue. Jeff was an astronaut, Scott was an air force pilot, Gordon was an olympic swimmer, Alan was a race car driver, etc.

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* BadassCrew/BadassFamily: BadassCrew[=/=]BadassFamily: Each one of the Tracys have a background specialising in the roles they play in a rescue.
* ExpansionPackPast: According to WordOfGod, they all have had impressive careers before forming International Rescue. Jeff was an astronaut, Scott was an air force pilot, Gordon was an olympic Olympic swimmer, Alan was a race car driver, etc.



* BigShutUp: In "Brink of Disaster", Jeff does this to conman Warren Grafton when Grafton complains that the out-of-control monotrain is going too fast.
* BrokenAesop: "Atlantic Inferno". Jeff leaves confident son Scott in charge of International Rescue - cue 'bad decisions', Jeff's ire, and an apparent Aesop of "being in charge is more difficult than it looks". However, Scott makes sensible decisions based on expert advice. Jeff unreasonably censures Scott without listening to the evidence, leaving Scott unable to function. The Aesop sadly becomes "adults are always right, even when they are wrong".

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* BigShutUp: In "Brink of Disaster", "[[Recap/ThunderbirdsS1E22BrinkOfDisaster Brink Of Disaster]]", Jeff does this to conman Warren Grafton when Grafton complains that the out-of-control monotrain is going too fast.
* BrokenAesop: "Atlantic Inferno". Jeff leaves confident son Scott in charge of International Rescue - cue 'bad decisions', Jeff's ire, and an apparent Aesop of "being in charge is more difficult than it looks". However, Scott makes sensible decisions based on expert advice. Jeff unreasonably censures Scott without listening to the evidence, leaving Scott unable to function. The Aesop sadly becomes "adults are always right, even when they are wrong".
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* OverprotectiveDad: A strange example for a man who routinely sends his kids into danger. Explored in ''Atlantic Inferno'', when he goes on vacation and temporarily hands leadership over to Scott. Scott does well enough, but he can't stop himself from constantly worrying and meddling.

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* OverprotectiveDad: A strange example for a man who routinely sends his kids into danger. Explored in ''Atlantic Inferno'', "[[Recap/ThunderbirdsS2E1AtlanticInferno Atlantic Inferno]]", when he goes on vacation and temporarily hands leadership over to Scott. Scott does well enough, but he can't stop himself from constantly worrying and meddling.



* ADayInTheLimelight: Gets plenty of screentime, but "The Uninvited" is completely his episode.

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* ADayInTheLimelight: Gets plenty of screentime, but "The Uninvited" "[[Recap/ThunderbirdsS1E10TheUninvited The Uninvited]]" is completely his episode.



* BewareTheNiceOnes: In 'Move and you're Dead', Scott in Thunderbird 1 [[spoiler:shot at the villains who were responsible for putting Alan and Grandma Tracy on a bridge with a bomb on it.]]

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* BewareTheNiceOnes: In 'Move and you're Dead', "[[Recap/ThunderbirdsS1E20MoveAndYoureDead Move - And You're Dead]]", Scott in Thunderbird 1 [[spoiler:shot at the villains who were responsible for putting Alan and Grandma Tracy on a bridge with a bomb on it.]]



* CoolShip/CoolPlane: ''Thunderbird 1'', piloted by Scott, is a hypersonic aircraft that is reminiscent of the X-15 and the MiG 19 and 21, designed for getting to the crisis scene as fast as possible for information.

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* CoolShip/CoolPlane: CoolShip[=/=]CoolPlane: ''Thunderbird 1'', piloted by Scott, is a hypersonic aircraft that is reminiscent of the X-15 and the MiG 19 and 21, designed for getting to the crisis scene as fast as possible for information.



* IsThisThingStillOn: in "Cry Wolf", while Alan gives the two boys a tour around Tracy Island, he greatly brags about his own role in piloting ''Thunderbird 3'', and describes Scott (who always comes along as co-astronaut) as being merely his subordinate. Unfortunately for him, the intercom on the cart they are in is still on and Scott hears everything Alan says. However, he plays the game along and promptly starts addressing Alan as "sir".



* ADayInTheLimelight: He gets into action in a grand total of one episode: ''Danger At Ocean Deep''. Even then, he didn't do much.

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* ADayInTheLimelight: He gets into action in a grand total of one episode: ''Danger "[[Recap/ThunderbirdsS1E19DangerAtOceanDeep Danger At Ocean Deep''.Deep]]". Even then, he didn't do much.



* HeroOfAnotherStory: John claims he has been on "a dozen or so" rescues, despite ''Danger At Ocean Deep'' being the only episode in which we see him take part in one.

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* HeroOfAnotherStory: John claims he has been on "a dozen or so" rescues, despite ''Danger "[[Recap/ThunderbirdsS1E19DangerAtOceanDeep Danger At Ocean Deep'' Deep]]" being the only episode in which we see him take part in one.



* TheUnfavorite: Gerry Anderson hated this character with a vengeance. To what extent? He was initially unimpressed with the design of Thunderbird 5, but he approved it anyway so that John would [[KickedUpstairs be stuck in space]] for most of the series.
* WhatCouldHaveBeen: John was originally conceived to be the pilot of Thunderbird 2.

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* TheUnfavorite: Gerry Anderson Creator/GerryAnderson hated this character with a vengeance. To what extent? He was initially unimpressed with the design of Thunderbird 5, but he approved it anyway so that John would [[KickedUpstairs be stuck in space]] for most of the series.
* WhatCouldHaveBeen: John was originally conceived to be the pilot of Thunderbird 2.
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* TheBigGuy: Not so much his character, as his plane, Thunderbird 2, was the powerhouse of International Rescue. [[WesternAnimation/ThunderbirdsAreGo The remake]] took this trope and ran with it.

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* TheBigGuy: Not so much his character, as his plane, Thunderbird 2, ''Thunderbird 2'', was the powerhouse of International Rescue. [[WesternAnimation/ThunderbirdsAreGo The remake]] took this trope and ran with it.



* CoolShip/CoolPlane: ''Thunderbird 2'', piloted by Virgil, is a giant less-hypersonic-but-still-fast lifting-body transport for moving the gear that ''Thunderbird 1'' called for. (This one is unsurprisingly the most frequently seen of the lot, appearing in both (all right, all three) movies and all but one episode of the TV show.)

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* CoolShip/CoolPlane: CoolShip[=/=]CoolPlane: ''Thunderbird 2'', piloted by Virgil, is a giant less-hypersonic-but-still-fast lifting-body transport for moving the gear that ''Thunderbird 1'' called for. (This one is unsurprisingly the most frequently seen of the lot, appearing in both (all right, all three) movies and all but one episode of the TV show.)



* FriendToAllChildren: In "Cry Wolf" he takes part in rescuing two kids in a mine.

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* FriendToAllChildren: In "Cry Wolf" "[[Recap/ThunderbirdsS1E18CryWolf Cry Wolf]]" he takes part in rescuing two kids in a mine.



* TheOtherDarrin: His VA was replaced after season one.
* ThemeTuneCameo: Virgil plays the theme song on a piano at the end of the pilot episode.



* ADayInTheLimelight: Single-handedly saves not one but two Fireflashes in "Operation Crash-Dive".

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* ADayInTheLimelight: Single-handedly saves not one but two Fireflashes in "Operation Crash-Dive"."[[Recap/ThunderbirdsS1E12OperationCrashDive Operation Crash-Dive]]".



* NoIndoorVoice: Especially during "Day of Disaster", when Brains needs him to be quiet.
* TalkingToHimself: While this was all over the place in the series, Gordon is the most obious example, as he basically sounds like Brains without the stammer. His VA, David Graham, also did Kyrano, Parker and many one-off characters.

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* NoIndoorVoice: Especially during "Day of Disaster", "[[Recap/ThunderbirdsS1E6DayOfDisaster Day Of Disaster]]", when Brains needs him to be quiet.
* TalkingToHimself: While this was all over the place in the series, Gordon is the most obious example, as he basically sounds like Brains without the stammer. His VA, David Graham, also did Kyrano, Parker and many one-off characters.
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* ADayInTheLimelight: "Move - and you're dead" is his main one, but he got plenty of screentime as the series went on.
* {{Bishounen}}: He's exeptionally pretty, although he still has the [[LanternJawOfJustice Tracy jawline]].

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* ADayInTheLimelight: "Move "[[Recap/ThunderbirdsS1E20MoveAndYoureDead Move - and you're dead" And You're Dead]]" is his main one, but he got plenty of screentime as the series went on.
* {{Bishounen}}: He's exeptionally exceptionally pretty, although he still has the [[LanternJawOfJustice Tracy jawline]].



* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: In "The Perils of Penelope" Alan pouts that his brothers are "off to The Folies" without him, an establishment known in the past for its rather ''[[{{Fanservice}} risqué]]'' costumes.
* HowWeGotHere: The episode "Move - And You're Dead" begins with Alan and grandma stranded on a bridge with a bomb. While ''Thunderbirds 1'' and ''2'' are on their way to save them, Alan recalls how they got into this situation in the first place (which takes up most of the episodes time). [[JustifiedTrope Justified]] because Jeff is asking him how he got there in full detail to keep him concentrating, so he doesn't fall unconscious from heat exhaustion and fall to his death, if not triggering the bomb's motion sensor.



* ADayInTheLimelight: "Move - and you're dead", which was meant to be her introduction, but see below...
* ContinuitySnarl: She was originally not going to appear until "Move - and you're dead", episode 9 in production order. However, when the episodes were lengthened to an hour, she was added in the extra scenes shot for many of the previous episodes.

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* ADayInTheLimelight: "Move "[[Recap/ThunderbirdsS1E20MoveAndYoureDead Move - and you're dead", And You're Dead]]", which was meant to be her introduction, but see below...
* ContinuitySnarl: She was originally not going to appear until "Move "[[Recap/ThunderbirdsS1E20MoveAndYoureDead Move - and you're dead", And You're Dead]]", episode 9 in production order. However, when the episodes were lengthened to an hour, she was added in the extra scenes shot for many of the previous episodes.



* NoNameGiven: Everyone refers to her as either mother, grandma or mrs. Tracy.


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* NoNameGiven: Everyone refers to her as either mother, grandma or mrs.Mrs. Tracy.




* ADayInTheLimelight: He plays the protagonist in "Desperate Intruder", which also develops his character. He also gets to save the day in "Sun Probe" and "Lord Parker's 'Oliday".
* TheAtoner: In "Desperate Intruder", he wants to atone for endangering the mission by going afer the treasure himself. Of course, this ends up causing more trouble.

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* ADayInTheLimelight: He plays the protagonist in "Desperate Intruder", "[[Recap/ThunderbirdsS1E8DesperateIntruder Desperate Intruder]]", which also develops his character. He also gets to save the day in "Sun Probe" "[[Recap/ThunderbirdsS1E11SunProbe Sun Probe]]" and "Lord "[[Recap/ThunderbirdsS2E4LordParkersOliday Lord Parker's 'Oliday".
'Oliday]]".
* TheAtoner: In "Desperate Intruder", "[[Recap/ThunderbirdsS1E8DesperateIntruder Desperate Intruder]]", he wants to atone for endangering the mission by going afer the treasure himself. Of course, this ends up causing more trouble.



* OmnidisciplinaryScientist: Although enigineering is his main forte, he is shown to be into chemistry in "Danger at Ocean Deep" and archaeoligy in "Desperate Intruder".
* OnlyKnownByTheirNickname / EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep : His real name is never mentioned in the series. Everybody just calls him Brains. He occasionally goes by the alias of "Hiram K. Hackenbacker", which the 2004 film used as his real name. In the 2015 series, his name is Hiram again.
* ScienceHero / NerdActionHero: In addition to his merits as a scientist, he is a competent rescuer in his own right.

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* OmnidisciplinaryScientist: Although enigineering engineering is his main forte, he is shown to be into chemistry in "Danger at "[[Recap/ThunderbirdsS1E19DangerAtOceanDeep Danger At Ocean Deep" Deep]]" and archaeoligy in "Desperate Intruder".
"[[Recap/ThunderbirdsS1E8DesperateIntruder Desperate Intruder]]".
* OnlyKnownByTheirNickname / EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep OnlyKnownByTheirNickname[=/=]EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep : His real name is never mentioned in the series. Everybody just calls him Brains. He occasionally goes by the alias of "Hiram K. Hackenbacker", which the 2004 film used as his real name. In the 2015 series, his name is Hiram again.
* ScienceHero / NerdActionHero: ScienceHero[=/=]NerdActionHero: In addition to his merits as a scientist, he is a competent rescuer in his own right.



* ExtremeDoormat: He's incredibly servile and humble towards everyone else, although in "The Mighty Atom" he is seen to stand up for himself against Parker.

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* ExtremeDoormat: He's incredibly servile and humble towards everyone else, although in "The "[[Recap/ThunderbirdsS1E14TheMightyAtom The Mighty Atom" Atom]]" he is seen to stand up for himself against Parker.



* TheMole: Unwillingly, as Hood is his half-brother, and has psychic influence over him.



* TheMole: Unwillingly, as Hood is his half-brother, and has psychic influence over him.
* WeakWilled: The Hood has the poor old guy in his power. Kyrano is utterly powerless to stop him, and not brave enough to tell Jeff or anyone else about this.

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* TheMole: Unwillingly, as Hood is his half-brother, and has psychic influence over him.
* WeakWilled: The Hood has the poor old guy in his power. Kyrano is utterly powerless to stop him, stophim, and not brave enough to tell Jeff or anyone else about this.



* AcePilot: In "Thunderbird 6", she's doing some impressive stunt flying to mess with Parker.

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* AcePilot: In "Thunderbird 6", ''[[Recap/ThunderbirdsF2Thunderbird6 Thunderbird 6]]'', she's doing some impressive stunt flying to mess with Parker.



* TheMedic: Plays this role in "The Uninvited" nursing Scott back to health.

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* TheMedic: Plays this role in "The Uninvited" "[[Recap/ThunderbirdsS1E10TheUninvited The Uninvited]]" nursing Scott back to health.health.
* NeutralFemale: Although she is often involved with IR missions in some capacity, she mostly just hangs around.



* NeutralFemale: Although she is often involved with IR missions in some capacity, she mostly just hangs around.



* DrivesLikeCrazy: At first, as seen in "Vault of Death". She gets better, as seen in "Brink of Disaster".

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* DrivesLikeCrazy: At first, as seen in "Vault of Death". "[[Recap/ThunderbirdsS1E13VaultOfDeath Vault Of Death]]". She gets better, as seen in "Brink of Disaster"."[[Recap/ThunderbirdsS1E22BrinkOfDisaster Brink Of Disaster]]".



* ImpoverishedPatrician: BigFancyHouse and jewelry collection notwithstanding, it is occasionally implied she's not particularly rich. She gives guests tour of her home ("Trapped in the Sky") and calls on Jeff when someone needs financial help ("Brink of Disaster", "The Duchess Assignment").

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* ImpoverishedPatrician: BigFancyHouse and jewelry jewellery collection notwithstanding, it is occasionally implied she's not particularly rich. She gives guests a tour of her home ("Trapped in the Sky") ("[[Recap/ThunderbirdsS1E1TrappedInTheSky Trapped In The Sky]]") and calls on Jeff when someone needs financial help ("Brink of Disaster", "The ("[[Recap/ThunderbirdsS1E22BrinkOfDisaster Brink Of Disaster]]", "[[Recap/ThunderbirdsS1E21TheDuchessAssignment The Duchess Assignment").Assignment]]").



* InstantCostumeChange: The 2004 film has her do this frequently, even when she logically shouldn't be able to; this was [[LampshadeHanging lampshaded]] by Jonathan Frakes on tve DVDCommentary.
* LadyOfAdventure: A lovely, plucky young woman who loves goung on adventures.
* TheMainCharactersDoEverything: Is invariably called out to every mission, no matter where in the world, despite specifically being the London agent. See the episode ''The Imposters'' for a good example of this (although she did team up with IR's local agents in the area). The 2004 movie at least somewhat justifies her presence, as Alan, Tin-Tin and Fermat need her help against the Hood (with the other Tracys having been trapped aboard Thunderbird 5 by the Hood's missile) and in turn they head for London with her.

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* InstantCostumeChange: The 2004 film has her do this frequently, even when she logically shouldn't be able to; this was [[LampshadeHanging lampshaded]] by Jonathan Frakes Creator/JonathanFrakes on tve the DVDCommentary.
* LadyOfAdventure: A lovely, plucky young woman who loves goung going on adventures.
* TheMainCharactersDoEverything: Is invariably called out to every mission, no matter where in the world, despite specifically being the London agent. See the episode ''The Imposters'' "[[Recap/ThunderbirdsS1E16TheImposters The Imposters]]" for a good example of this (although she did team up with IR's local agents in the area). The 2004 movie at least somewhat justifies her presence, as Alan, Tin-Tin and Fermat need her help against the Hood (with the other Tracys having been trapped aboard Thunderbird 5 by the Hood's missile) and in turn they head for London with her.



* ButtMonkey: He's occasionally a victim of slapstick, most notably in "The Cham-Cham".

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* ButtMonkey: He's occasionally a victim of slapstick, most notably in "The Cham-Cham"."[[Recap/ThunderbirdsS1E25TheChamCham The Cham-Cham]]".



* PunchClockHero: A few episodes establish that Parker's days as a burglar aren't ''quite'' behind him. Arguably the most prominent example is in "Vault Of Death". Upon hearing there was an problem at the bank, he believes it to be a robbery conducted by an old cellmate (when Parker was convict) nicknamed Light Fingered Fred. Parker is unwilling to foil the plans of whom he considers an old friend and attempts to divert Penelope and Lord Silton away from the bank. [[spoiler: The actual emergency was that a member of staff, Lambert, was trapped in the vault with the air was being pumped out and the bank needed the one key that could open the vault. Even though he didn't know it, Parker's diversions could very nearly have cost Lambert his life.]]

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* PunchClockHero: A few episodes establish that Parker's days as a burglar aren't ''quite'' behind him. Arguably the most prominent example is in "Vault "[[Recap/ThunderbirdsS1E13VaultOfDeath Vault Of Death".Death]]". Upon hearing there was an problem at the bank, he believes it to be a robbery conducted by an old cellmate (when Parker was convict) nicknamed Light Fingered Fred. Parker is unwilling to foil the plans of whom he considers an old friend and attempts to divert Penelope and Lord Silton away from the bank. [[spoiler: The actual emergency was that a member of staff, Lambert, was trapped in the vault with the air was being pumped out and the bank needed the one key that could open the vault. Even though he didn't know it, Parker's diversions could very nearly have cost Lambert his life.]]



* CardCarryingVillain: From his apperance to his accent, from his villainous lair to his clothing. He seems to make an effort to look s evil as possible.
* {{The Chessmaster}}: He manipulates people using disguises, hypnosis and sabotage, mostly for the purpose of bringing out International Rescue.

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* CardCarryingVillain: From his apperance appearance to his accent, from his villainous lair to his clothing. He seems to make an effort to look s evil as possible.
* {{The Chessmaster}}: TheChessmaster: He manipulates people using disguises, hypnosis and sabotage, mostly for the purpose of bringing out International Rescue.



* FauxAffablyEvil: Often when he's in disguise, such as in "The Mighty Atom".

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* FauxAffablyEvil: Often when he's in disguise, such as in "The "[[Recap/ThunderbirdsS1E14TheMightyAtom The Mighty Atom".Atom]]".



* NoNameGiven: He's never adressed by any name in the series, not even "The Hood" (that's AllThereInTheManual).

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* NoNameGiven: He's never adressed addressed by any name in the series, not even "The Hood" (that's AllThereInTheManual).



* {{Vile Villain Saccharine Show}}: Played with: In a generally light and optimistic show aimed at full families, he habitually causes disasters that could potentially kill hundreds or thousands of people should International Rescue fail, just to give himself opportunities for industrial espionage.
* VillainsActHeroesReact: Justified - International Rescue's whole concept is reacting to disasters, and he causes them so that he can be on the scene already to spy on them.
* WouldHurtAChild: In Cry Wolf, he endangers children by luring them into a mine and causing its collapse.
* UnknownRival: Most of the The Hood's schemes revolve around stealing all of International Rescue's secrets and selling them to the highest bidder. Conversely, International Rescue is barely aware of his existence, apart from a vague notion that they have "enemies". Though "Martian Invasion" brings the latter up for debate:

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* {{Vile Villain Saccharine Show}}: Played with: In a generally light and optimistic show aimed at full families, he habitually causes disasters that could potentially kill hundreds or thousands of people should International Rescue fail, just to give himself opportunities for industrial espionage.
* VillainsActHeroesReact: Justified - International Rescue's whole concept is reacting to disasters, and he causes them so that he can be on the scene already to spy on them.
* WouldHurtAChild: In Cry Wolf, he endangers children by luring them into a mine and causing its collapse.
* UnknownRival: Most of the The Hood's schemes revolve around stealing all of International Rescue's secrets and selling them to the highest bidder. Conversely, International Rescue is barely aware of his existence, apart from a vague notion that they have "enemies". Though "Martian Invasion" "[[Recap/ThunderbirdsS1E24MartianInvasion Martian Invasion]]" brings the latter up for debate:


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* VileVillainSaccharineShow: Played with: In a generally light and optimistic show aimed at full families, he habitually causes disasters that could potentially kill hundreds or thousands of people should International Rescue fail, just to give himself opportunities for industrial espionage.
* VillainsActHeroesReact: Justified - International Rescue's whole concept is reacting to disasters, and he causes them so that he can be on the scene already to spy on them.
* WouldHurtAChild: In Cry Wolf, he endangers children by luring them into a mine and causing its collapse.
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* PragmaticHero: One of Jeff's rules for International Rescue is that it focus on actually saving people and preventing disasters, instead of catching the criminals or terrorists who cause the problems. He does avert this on a couple of occasions, however.
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** Subverted in one episode where his submarine gets into a direct shootout with Gordon in Thunderbird 4. Gordon wins and sinks the Hood's ship, although he doesn't realize who the Hood is.
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Voiced by: David Graham




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Wilson voiced by: Ray Barrett
Lindsey voiced by: Matt Zimmermann
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! Culp

* BeardOfEvil
* HoistByHisOwnPetard: He ends up getting eaten by the alligators that he turned into giant monsters at the climax of the episode.
* MonsterOfTheWeek: He only appears in "Attack Of The Alligators" where he was the villain.
* ScreamsLikeALittleGirl: He lets out a high pitched scream when his boat is attacked by the alligators.
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! Wilson and Lindsey

* AdventurerArchaeologist
* BadassBeard: Wilson has one.
* GoldFever: When Scott arrves in the pyramid, Lindsay, instead of accepting rescue, instead engages Scott in a gun fight since he honestly thinks Scott wants to steal the treasure he and Wilson just found. It could be partly because of the water he drank from the fountain earlier (although Wilson also drank it, and he keeps his cool).
* PermaStubble: Lindsay has one.
* SanitySlippage: Lindsay goes crazy under the influence of the GoldFever
* IOweYouMyLife: They mention at the end of the episode that they are indebted to International Rescue.
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! Olsen

Voiced by: David Graham

* DragonInChief: To the air force that were attacking the RTL 2.
* HeKnowsTooMuch: He attempts to kill Lady Penelope, Tin-Tin and Parker when he finds out they are on to him.7
* MonsterOfTheWeek: Only appears in "The Cham-Cham" where he was the villain.
* WickedCultured: He divides his time between playing the piano, writing delightful musical arrangements for superstars and [[BreadEggsMilkSquick sending evil killer jets after cargo planes]].

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Voiced by: Sylvia Anderson (original), Queta Lavat (Latin American Spanish dub, series), Itatí Cantoral (Latin American Spanish dub, movie); Played by: Sophia Myles

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Voiced by: Sylvia Anderson (original), Queta Lavat (Latin American Spanish dub, series), Itatí Cantoral (Latin American Spanish dub, movie); Played by: Sophia Myles
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