Joe 90
EPISODE GUIDE

Episodes listed in production order with production number in brackets

Regular Voice Cast

Joe McClaine Len Jones
Professor Ian 'Mac' McClaine Rupert Davies
Sam Loover Keith Alexander
Shane Weston David Healy


Episode List

  1. The Most Special Agent
  2. Hi-Jacked
  3. Splashdown
  4. Operation McClaine
  5. Three's A Crowd
  6. International Concerto
  7. Big Fish
  8. The Unorthodox Shepherd
  9. Relative Danger
  10. Business Holiday
  11. King For A Day
  12. Double Agent
  13. Most Special Astronaut
  14. Arctic Adventure
  15. The Fortress
  16. Colonel McClaine
  17. Project 90
  18. The Race
  19. The Professional
  20. Lone-Handed 90
  21. Attack Of The Tiger
  22. Talkdown
  23. Breakout
  24. Mission X-41
  25. Test Flight
  26. Child Of The Sun God
  27. Trial At Sea
  28. See You Down There
  29. The Birthday
  30. Viva Cordova


King For A Day (#11)

Written by Shane Rimmer
Directed by Leo Eaton

"We've tried the impossible before, Dad. Besides, it could be fun."
The Sultan of Ardaji dies in mysterious circumstances and his heir, Prince Kahib, is kidnapped by the Regent, Ben Shazar. To take his rightful place as King, Kahib must be crowned within 48 hours, so Joe impersonates the young Prince using the brain patterns of his tutor.

Original UK Airdate: November 10th, 1968 (ATV Midlands)

Regular Cast:
Joe, Mac, Sam, Shane

Additional Voice Cast:
Ben Shazar Gary Files
Vizier Gary Files
Salim Keith Alexander
Stewardess Sylvia Anderson
Driver Gary Files
Radio Keith Alexander

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Double Agent (#12)

Written by Tony Barwick
Directed by Ken Turner

"Those cyphers must not fall into enemy hands. The target is Joe 90!"
Three of W.I.N.'s top couriers have been killed and Shane Weston suspects an inside job. In an attempt to solve the mystery, Joe takes on the brain patterns of courier chief Harry Sloane to deliver secret cypher codes, unaware that Sloane himself is the double agent!

Original UK Airdate: January 12th, 1969 (ATV Midlands)

Regular Cast:
Joe, Mac, Sam, Shane

Additional Voice Cast:
Harry Sloane Jeremy Wilkin
Dr. Newman Keith Alexander
Mrs. Harris Sylvia Anderson
Miller Jeremy Wilkin
Sherman Keith Alexander
Courier A14 Keith Alexander
Radio Control Shane Rimmer
Stewardess Sylvia Anderson

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Most Special Astronaut (#13)

Written by Tony Barwick
Directed by Peter Anderson

"One tiny error of judgement and that capsule will be ripped to pieces!"
Two men are trapped aboard a space station that will form the hub of W.I.N.'s new orbital radar system. Two attempts to rescue them have failed and now they have only three days' air supply left. Joe takes on the brain patterns of an injured astronaut to undertake his most dangerous assignment yet.

Original UK Airdate: October 6th, 1968 (ATV Midlands)

Regular Cast:
Joe, Mac, Sam, Shane

Additional Voice Cast:
Dr. Nagel Gary Files
Kent Shane Rimmer
Brodie David Healy
Crawford Jeremy Wilkin
Dobson Gary Files
Astronaut Gary Files

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Arctic Adventure (#14)

Written by Tony Barwick
Directed by Alan Perry

"Joe, you'd better turn back. If you get into difficulties, we won't be able to help."
An air force B107 bomber is forced down inside the Arctic Circle by a freak storm, but only three of the four nuclear devices on board are recovered. Joe undertakes a dangerous assignment in the freezing waters of the Eastern Sector to find the fourth device...

Original UK Airdate: January 5th, 1969 (ATV Midlands)
Original Title: "The Search"

Regular Cast:
Joe, Mac, Sam, Shane

Additional Voice Cast:
Commander Kovac David Healy
Dr. William Kelvin Gary Files
Mrs. Harris Sylvia Anderson
B107 Pilot Gary Files
B107 Co-Pilot Hal Jeremy Wilkin
1st Russian Gary Files
2nd Russian Jeremy Wilkin
Captain Keith Alexander
Radio Voice Gary Files

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The Fortress (#15)

Written by Shane Rimmer
Directed by Leo Eaton

"Your friends in World Intelligence have deserted you, Fleming. No-one can help you. No-one."
W.I.N. agent Roger Fleming is captured in Santa Marina after hiding a top secret microfilm. Joe takes on the brain patterns of Fleming's injured partner to rescue him from an impenetrable fortress and recover the microfilm.

Original UK Airdate: November 3rd, 1968 (ATV Midlands)

Regular Cast:
Joe, Mac, Sam, Shane

Additional Voice Cast:
Roger Fleming Gary Files
Trang David Healy
Mike Laramie Keith Alexander
Lieutenant Keith Alexander
Soldier Keith Alexander
Soldier Voice Gary Files

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Colonel McClaine (#16)

Written by Tony Barwick
Directed by Ken Turner

"I don't want to drive that stuff. It makes nitro glycerine look like bubble gum!"
Army supply runs ferrying U114 liquid explosive to the Kuchanga Tunnel have been plagued by sabotage. With the brain patterns of an Army Colonel, Joe leads an overland convoy on a dangerous journey across 200 miles of the worst country in the world, unaware that the U114 will explode above 5000ft!

Original UK Airdate: October 27th, 1968 (ATV Midlands)

Regular Cast:
Joe, Mac, Sam, Shane

Additional Voice Cast:
Private Johnson Keith Alexander
Lieutenant Pierce Keith Alexander
Sergeant Gary Files
King Keith Alexander
Kopal Gary Files
Preston Gary Files
Radio Keith Alexander

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Project 90 (#17)

Written by Tony Barwick
Directed by Peter Anderson

"We want to know who or what File 90 contains."
Dr. Conrad Darota intends to discover the secret of W.I.N.'s File 90 which details the BIGRAT project and Joe's involvement as W.I.N.'s most special agent. Darota kidnaps Mac and holds him captive at his clinic in the Alps, so Joe takes on the brain patterns of his own father to effect a daring rescue - by balloon!

Original UK Airdate: October 13th, 1968 (ATV Midlands)

Regular Cast:
Joe, Mac, Sam, Shane

Additional Voice Cast:
Dr. Conrad Darota Jeremy Wilkin
Kurson Keith Alexander
Agent David Healy
Receptionist David Healy
Secretary Jeremy Wilkin
Driver Jeremy Wilkin

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The Race (#18)

Written by Tony Barwick
Directed by Alan Perry

"If we win? Where's your sense of confidence, Sam? When we win."
An experimental brain transfer allows Mac and Joe to dream the same dream. In it, the pair are involved in a madcap race from London to Monte Carlo against an Army team led by General Tempest, who will stop at nothing to win. But Joe has the brain patterns of a top rally driver...

Original UK Airdate: February 2nd, 1969 (ATV Midlands)

Regular Cast:
Joe, Mac, Sam, Shane

Additional Voice Cast:
General Tempest Jeremy Wilkin
Private Cloony Gary Files
Lieutenant Burns Keith Alexander
Colonel Jeremy Wilkin
French Officer David Healy

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The Professional (#19)

Written by Donald James
Directed by Leo Eaton

"General, I guarantee no man could break my security system."
Kramer Foundation funds are being misappropriated and W.I.N. must recover the remaining funds, eight million dollars in gold bullion. The gold is stored in a high security vault beneath Langallo Castle, guarded by Spider riot control vehicles, so Joe takes on the brain patterns of a professional safe-breaker...

Original UK Airdate: January 26th, 1969 (ATV Midlands)

Regular Cast:
Joe, Mac, Sam, Shane

Additional Voice Cast:
General Heppel Jeremy Wilkin
Hugo Waddington Gary Files
Engineer Gary Files
Scientist Keith Alexander
Henry George Summerfield Jeremy Wilkin
Warder Gary Files
1st Guard Gary Files
2nd Guard Jeremy Wilkin

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Lone-Handed 90 (#20)

Written by Desmond Saunders and Keith Wilson
Directed by Ken Turner

"Milk - on the rocks!"
While Mac, Sam and Shane argue, Joe falls asleep in front of the television. In his dreams, he becomes the Sheriff of Joesville, single-handedly taking on the infamous W.I.N. Gang as they plot the robbery of a consignment of gold from the mail train at Altuna.

Original UK Airdate: March 9th, 1969 (ATV Midlands)

Regular Cast:
Joe, Mac, Sam, Shane

Additional Voice Cast:
Doc Gary Files
Bank Teller Gary Files
Slim Jeremy Wilkin
Hank Gary Files
Barman Jeremy Wilkin
Sylv Sylvia Anderson

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