History Series / Stingray1964

29th Nov '15 10:10:39 AM morenohijazo
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* MovingBuildings: All of the buildings in Marineville can be lowered underground on hydraulic jacks in case of an attack. This idea also surfaced in ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion''.
26th Aug '15 10:00:40 PM smalltime
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* CuteMute: Marina.

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* CuteMute: Marina. According to the audio adventure "Marina Speaks" a curse was put on her race by Titan so if any of them ever spoke, another of them would die.
3rd May '15 10:52:55 AM MarkLungo
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'''''Stingray''''' is a children's marionette television show, created by Gerry and Sylvia Anderson, that ran from 1964-65. Stingray was also the first British television programme to be filmed entirely in colour (the earlier series ''The Adventures Of Sir Lancelot'' had been made in colour from halfway through its run thanks to NBC money - although British TV viewers wouldn't get colour television until 1967).

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'''''Stingray''''' is a children's marionette television show, created by Gerry and Sylvia Anderson, that ran from 1964-65. Stingray was also the first British television programme to be filmed entirely in colour (the earlier series ''The Adventures Of Sir Lancelot'' had been made in colour from halfway through its run thanks to NBC Creator/{{NBC}} money - although British TV viewers wouldn't get colour television until 1967).
19th Sep '14 12:25:12 PM MarkLungo
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** ''Invaders of the Deep'', featuring the episodes "Hostages of the Deep," "The Big Gun," "Emergency Marineville" and "Deep Heat," in 1981. Notable for being the first movie featured on ''MysteryScienceTheater3000'' (''ever'').

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** ''Invaders of the Deep'', featuring the episodes "Hostages of the Deep," "The Big Gun," "Emergency Marineville" and "Deep Heat," in 1981. Notable for being the first movie featured on ''MysteryScienceTheater3000'' ''Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000'' (''ever'').
19th Sep '14 12:24:53 PM MarkLungo
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** X20's voice actor, Robert Easton[[note]] one of the few actual Americans to provide voices for Anderson shows - on ''Stingray'' Don Mason and Lois Maxwell both hailed from Canada while Ray Barrett was Australian, with David Graham the only British regular[[/note]], [[TalkingToYourself also did the voice of]] Phones, who was an {{Expy}} of Sparks (played by Easton) from the Creator/IrwinAllen movie ''VoyageToTheBottomOfTheSea''.

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** X20's voice actor, Robert Easton[[note]] one of the few actual Americans to provide voices for Anderson shows - on ''Stingray'' Don Mason and Lois Maxwell both hailed from Canada while Ray Barrett was Australian, with David Graham the only British regular[[/note]], [[TalkingToYourself also did the voice of]] Phones, who was an {{Expy}} of Sparks (played by Easton) from the Creator/IrwinAllen movie ''VoyageToTheBottomOfTheSea''.''Film/VoyageToTheBottomOfTheSea''.
25th Apr '14 5:43:28 AM LongLiveHumour
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** A third one was put together to be shown for Japanese television executives, with framing footage bridging "Stingray," "An Echo Of Danger," "Raptures Of The Deep" and "Emergency Marineville." Said footage was later used as the basis for "The Reunion Party," shown on Creator/BBC4 as part of a Gerry Anderson celebration.

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** A third one was put together to be shown for Japanese television executives, with framing footage bridging "Stingray," "An Echo Of Danger," "Raptures Of The Deep" and "Emergency Marineville." Said footage was later used as the basis for "The Reunion Party," shown on Creator/BBC4 Creator/{{BBC}}4 as part of a Gerry Anderson celebration.
25th Apr '14 4:31:11 AM LongLiveHumour
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** A third one was put together to be shown for Japanese television executives, with framing footage bridging "Stingray," "An Echo Of Danger," "Raptures Of The Deep" and "Emergency Marineville." Said footage was later used as the basis for "The Reunion Party," shown on BBC4 as part of a Gerry Anderson celebration.

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** A third one was put together to be shown for Japanese television executives, with framing footage bridging "Stingray," "An Echo Of Danger," "Raptures Of The Deep" and "Emergency Marineville." Said footage was later used as the basis for "The Reunion Party," shown on BBC4 Creator/BBC4 as part of a Gerry Anderson celebration.
29th Jan '14 9:34:45 PM Cindylover1969
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** A third one was put together to be shown for Japanese television executives, with framing footage bridging "Stingray," "An Echo Of Danger," "Raptures Of The Deep" and "Emergency Marineville." Said footage was later used as the basis for "The Reunion Party," shown on BBC4 as part of a Gerry Anderson celebration.
29th Jan '14 5:32:45 PM johnnye
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* PunnyName: Atlanta Shore, Marina, Troy Tempest; also, the Titanians worship the living fish-god Teufel (German for "Devil"), and their [[TheAlcatraz maximim security prison]] is named [[IncrediblyLamePun Aquatraz]].

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* PunnyName: Atlanta Shore, Marina, Troy Tempest; also, the Titanians worship the living fish-god Teufel (German for "Devil"), and their [[TheAlcatraz maximim maximum security prison]] is named [[IncrediblyLamePun Aquatraz]].
18th Jan '14 10:14:46 AM MarkLungo
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'''''Stingray''''' is a children's marionette television show, created by Gerry and Sylvia Anderson, that ran from 1964-65. Stingray was also the first British television programme to be filmed entirely in colour (the earlier series ''The'Adventures Of Sir Lancelot'' had been made in colour from halfway through its run thanks to NBC money - although British TV viewers wouldn't get colour television until 1967).

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'''''Stingray''''' is a children's marionette television show, created by Gerry and Sylvia Anderson, that ran from 1964-65. Stingray was also the first British television programme to be filmed entirely in colour (the earlier series ''The'Adventures ''The Adventures Of Sir Lancelot'' had been made in colour from halfway through its run thanks to NBC money - although British TV viewers wouldn't get colour television until 1967).
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