History Fridge / Thunderbirds

5th Jul '14 5:23:10 PM starman117
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** He was in one of the lifting bodies and they would have returned to Earth. Perhaps he intended to jump out when they were low enough.
22nd Jan '14 11:36:38 AM Achaemenid
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* Why does the guy up in Thunderbird have a ''JerseyShore''-like tan? All that un-filtered sunlight!

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* Why does the guy up in Thunderbird 5 have a ''JerseyShore''-like tan? All that un-filtered sunlight!
27th Jul '13 9:11:15 AM bravo104
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** More importantly, why did he choose to get in zero-x when it was taking off? Surely it would be easier just to sneak in at night, not when billions of people are watching?
30th Apr '13 1:21:21 PM RCFU200
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* In "Thunderbirds Are Go", what would have happened to the Hood had he not caught his foot in the Zero X's elevator control. He surely would have had to remain in the craft, since it looked like the craft was nearing the Earth's atmosphere at that point. I'm not sure he would survive a parachute jump from that height.

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* In "Thunderbirds Are Go", what would have happened to the Hood had he not caught his foot in the Zero X's elevator control. He surely would have had to remain in the craft, since it looked like the craft it was nearing the Earth's atmosphere at that point. I'm not sure he would survive a parachute jump from that height.
30th Apr '13 1:20:59 PM RCFU200
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* In "Thunderbirds Are Go", what would have happened to the Hood had he not caught his foot in the Zero X's elevator control. He surely would have had to remain in the craft, since it looked like the craft was nearing the Earth's atmosphere at that point. I'm not sure he would survive a parachute jump from that height.
12th Feb '13 3:00:20 PM Achaemenid
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* Why does the guy up in Thunderbird have a ''JerseyShore''-like tan? All that un-filtered sunlight!
20th Jan '13 12:26:34 PM GothicProphet
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** However, in an earlier script for the film that wasn't used anytime a camera was pointed at one of the Thunderbirds it would just stop working.

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** However, in an earlier script for the film that wasn't used used, anytime a camera was pointed at one of the Thunderbirds it would just stop working.
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** I believe Bill Paxton did [[HandWave mention something]] about an "Anti-Detection Shield" or the like when Alan and Fermat accidently begin the launch sequence of TB1.

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** I believe Bill Paxton did [[HandWave mention something]] about an "Anti-Detection Shield" or the like when Alan and Fermat accidently begin the launch sequence of TB1.[=TB1=].




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20th Jan '13 12:26:06 PM GothicProphet
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** Yeah, he did. We can infer from the name that the craft have some kind of technology attached that blocks any attempt to track or detect them via methods such as radar (which is why The Hood needed that AppliedPhilebotinum stuck to Thunderbird 1 to track the craft back to the island).


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** Yeah, he did. We can infer from the name that the craft have some kind of technology attached that blocks any attempt to track or detect them via methods such as radar (which is why The Hood needed that AppliedPhilebotinum AppliedPhlebotinum stuck to Thunderbird 1 to track the craft back to the island).

29th Jul '12 7:59:30 AM storymasterb
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** Yeah, he did. We can infer from the name that the craft have some kind of technology attached that blocks any attempt to track or detect them via methods such as radar (which is why The Hood needed that AppliedPhilobotinum stuck to Thunderbird 1 to track the craft back to the island).


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** Yeah, he did. We can infer from the name that the craft have some kind of technology attached that blocks any attempt to track or detect them via methods such as radar (which is why The Hood needed that AppliedPhilobotinum AppliedPhilebotinum stuck to Thunderbird 1 to track the craft back to the island).

29th Jul '12 7:59:04 AM storymasterb
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\n** Yeah, he did. We can infer from the name that the craft have some kind of technology attached that blocks any attempt to track or detect them via methods such as radar (which is why The Hood needed that AppliedPhilobotinum stuck to Thunderbird 1 to track the craft back to the island).

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