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Characters: Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons
These are some of the characters from Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons and tropes which are associated with them.

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    Captain Scarlet 
Voiced by: Francis Matthews

Real Name: Paul Metcalfe. Spectrum's primary agent. Captain Scarlet was killed shortly after the Mysterons' declaration of war and was reconstructed by them to serve as one of their agents. However events led to him being freed from their control and now being virtually indestructible, he became Spectrum's greatest asset in their fight against the Mysterons.
  • Bring My Red Jacket: Wears red and frequently receives fatal injuries.
  • Good Thing You Can Heal: Fatal wounds heal completely in just a few hours.
  • Heel-Face Turn: It's easy to forget that this isn't the real Captain Scarlet and is instead an evil genetically modified clone who turned against his creators.
  • Phlebotinum Rebel: Having being reconstructed by the Mysterons and then freed from their control.

    Captain Blue 
Voiced by: Ed Bishop

Real Name: Adam Svenson. One of Spectrum's main agents, who often works together with Captain Scarlet.
  • The Lancer: Though on rare ocassion this falls to Lieutenant Green.

    Colonel White 
Voiced by: Donald Gray

Real Name: Charles Gray. Commander-in-chief of Spectrum.

    Lieutenant Green 
Voiced by: Cy Grant

Real Name: Seymour Griffiths. Chief controller of operations aboard Cloudbase.
  • Promotion to Parent: According to promotional materials, he found himself in charge of raising his eight siblings at the age of twelve, when they lost their parents in an air disaster.
  • Token Minority: He is of Trinidadian origin.

    Captain Black 
Voiced by: Donald Gray

Real Name: Conrad Turner. Former Spectrum agent and the Mysteron's primary agent. Captain Black led the mission to investigate the alien signals coming Mars. Discovering the Mysteron's complex, he mistook their scanner for a weapon and opened fire, leading to the Mysterons declaring war against the Earth, taking him over to serve as their primary agent.
  • The Dragon: As the Mysteron's primary agent on Earth.
  • Faux Affably Evil: In the CGI version
  • Evil Sounds Deep: When under the control of the Mysterons.
  • Pet the Dog: In the episode "Manhunt", he kidnaps Symphony and attempts to kill her, however he chooses not to go through with it at the last minute, and allows to Symphony to escape, at the expense of having to use the SPV he had hijacked.
  • The Woobie: He didn't ask to be turned against his friends and comrades any more that Scarlet did; it's just that the latter got the lucky escape that he didn't. It does leave the way open for him to be rehabilitated in the same way.

    Destiny Angel 
Voiced by: Liz Morgan

Real Name: Juliette Pontoin. One of the Spectrum Angels.

    Rhapsody Angel 
Voiced by: Liz Morgan

Real Name: Dianne Simms. One of the Spectrum Angels.

    Symphony Angel 
Voiced by: Janna Hill

Real Name: Karen Wainwright. One of the Spectrum Angels.

    Melody Angel 
Voiced by: Sylvia Anderson

Real Name: Magnolia Jones. One of the Spectrum Angels.

    Harmony Angel 

Real Name: Chan Kwan. One of the Spectrum Angels.

    Captain Magenta 
Voiced by: Gary Files

Real Name: Patrick Donaghue. One of Spectrum's main agents.

    Captain Ochre 
Voiced by: Jeremy Wilkin

Real Name: Richard Fraser. One of Spectrum's main agents.

    Captain Grey 
Voiced by: Paul Maxwell

Real Name: Bradley Holden. One of Spectrum's main agents.

    Doctor Fawn 
Voiced by: Charles Tingwell

Real Name: Edward Wilkie. Spectrum's chief medical officer.


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