Captain Scarlet
EPISODE GUIDE

Episodes listed in production order with production number in brackets

Regular Voice Cast

Captain Scarlet Francis Matthews
Captain Grey Paul Maxwell
Captain Blue Ed Bishop
Destiny Angel Liz Morgan
Colonel White Donald Gray
Captain Magenta Gary Files
Symphony Angel Janna Hill
Dr. Fawn Charles Tingwell
Lieutenant Green Cy Grant
Melody Angel Sylvia Anderson
Captain Black Donald Gray
Harmony Angel Lian Shin
Captain Ochre Jeremy Wilkin
Voice of The Mysterons Donald Gray
Rhapsody Angel Liz Morgan


Episode List

  1. The Mysterons
  2. Winged Assassin
  3. Big Ben Strikes Again
  4. Point 783
  5. Manhunt
  6. Operation Time
  7. Renegade Rocket
  8. White As Snow
  9. Seek And Destroy
  10. Spectrum Strikes Back
  11. Avalanche
  12. Shadow Of Fear
  13. The Heart Of New York
  14. Fire At Rig 15
  15. The Launching
  16. Lunarville 7
  17. The Trap
  18. Model Spy
  19. Dangerous Rendezvous
  20. Special Assignment
  21. Place Of Angels
  22. Crater 101
  23. Expo 2068
  24. Traitor
  25. Flight 104
  26. Noose Of Ice
  27. Codename Europa
  28. Flight To Atlantica
  29. Treble Cross
  30. Attack On Cloudbase
  31. The Inquisition
  32. Inferno


The Mysterons (#1)

Written by Gerry & Sylvia Anderson
Directed by Desmond Saunders

"We can only hear them over our radios, but I've got a feeling they're with us all the time."
Mars - 2068 AD: a mission to the red planet ends in disaster as the crew make an unprovoked attack on the complex of the Mysterons. Sentient computers left behind by the dying Mysteron race announce that they will destroy all life on Earth in a slow but effective war of nerves. Their first act of retaliation will be the assassination of the World President...

Original UK Airdate: September 29th, 1967 (ATV Midlands)

Regular Cast:
Scarlet, Blue, White, Symphony, Green, Black, Ochre, Rhapsody, Grey, Destiny, Magenta, Fawn, Melody, Harmony

Additional Voice Cast:
World President Paul Maxwell
Captain Brown Charles Tingwell
Captain Black (Original) Jeremy Wilkin
Lt. Dean Charles Tingwell
Petrol Pump Attendant Jeremy Wilkin
Pilot, Helicopter A42 Charles Tingwell
Spectrum HQ, London Charles Tingwell
Radio Jeremy Wilkin

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Winged Assassin (#2)

Written by Tony Barwick
Directed by David Lane

"There's some sort of trouble with Delta Tango one niner. They won't open the doors."
The Mysterons threaten the life of the Director General of the United Asian Republic and Spectrum swings into action to protect him as he prepares to board his private plane at London Airport. But the Mysterons have sabotaged a DT19 passenger jet and used retrometabolism to recreate it - under their control!

Original UK Airdate: October 6th, 1967 (ATV Midlands)

Regular Cast:
Scarlet, Blue, White, Green, Black, Ochre, Grey, Destiny, Magenta, Fawn, Melody, Harmony

Additional Voice Cast:
Director General Jeremy Wilkin
Captain Brown Charles Tingwell
DT19 Pilot Paul Maxwell
DT19 Co-Pilot Martin King
Airport Chief Martin King
Airport Operator Charles Tingwell
Agent 042 Charles Tingwell
Intercontinental Airlines Tannoy Janna Hill

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Big Ben Strikes Again (#3)

Written by Tony Barwick
Directed by Brian Burgess

"Now let's assume Macey counted correctly and heard Big Ben strike thirteen. What's the only explanation?"
The Mysterons threaten to destroy London and a truck carrying an atomic device goes missing in the city. The only clue to its whereabouts is the truck driver, found unconscious in the street. He claims that before he was struck down he distinctly heard Big Ben strike thirteen...

Original UK Airdate: October 13th, 1967 (ATV Midlands)

Regular Cast:
Scarlet, Blue, White, Symphony, Green, Black, Ochre, Grey, Destiny, Melody, Harmony

Additional Voice Cast:
Macey Charles Tingwell
1st Policeman Paul Maxwell
2nd Policeman Martin King
3rd Policeman Jeremy Wilkin
4th Policeman Charles Tingwell
Radio Announcer Jeremy Wilkin

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Point 783 (#4)

Written by Peter Curran and David Williams
Directed by Robert Lynn

"D'you mean to tell me that it was Major Brooks himself who exploded?"
When the Mysterons threaten the life of the Supreme Commander of Earth Forces, Scarlet and Blue are assigned to escort him to SHEF HQ in New York to chair a briefing on the Unitron, an advanced unmanned tank. But the Commander's aides, Major Brooks and Colonel Storm, are killed in a car crash and both become Mysteron agents...

Original UK Airdate: December 22nd, 1967 (ATV Midlands)

Regular Cast:
Scarlet, Blue, White, Green, Destiny, Melody, Harmony

Additional Voice Cast:
Supreme Commander Paul Maxwell
General Cope David Healy
Colonel Storm Jeremy Wilkin
Major Brooks David Healy
Captain Hassel Charles Tingwell
MCA Tanker Driver's Mate Martin King
Arab Gary Files
Security Bank Voice Gary Files
Robot Voice Jeremy Wilkin

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Manhunt (#5)

Written by Tony Barwick
Directed by Alan Perry

"The tables are turned. The manhunt for Captain Black is on!"
The Mysterons make their first mistake when Captain Black, revealed to have become a Mysteron agent, breaks into the Culver Atomic Centre and is exposed to radioactivity that will enable Spectrum to track him with directional geiger counters. But as the net closes, Black kidnaps Symphony Angel and holds her hostage...

Original UK Airdate: October 20th, 1967 (ATV Midlands)

Regular Cast:
Scarlet, Blue, White, Symphony, Green, Black, Ochre, Grey

Additional Voice Cast:
Harris Charles Tingwell
Richards Gary Files
Geiger Operator David Healy
Garage Mechanic Gary Files
Security Chief Martin King
Guard Paul Maxwell
Guard Voice 1 Jeremy Wilkin
Guard Voice 2 David Healy

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Operation Time (#6)

Written by Richard Conway and Stephen J. Mattick
Directed by Ken Turner

"That Magnus should keep his hands out of the way."
The Mysterons' cryptic threat to "kill time" has the Spectrum personnel stumped until Magenta realises that their target is General Tiempo, the Commander of Western Region World Defence. Tiempo is due to have an operation which involves a new Cerebral Pulsator, but his neurosurgeon Dr. Magnus has already become a Mysteron agent!

Original UK Airdate: November 17th, 1967 (ATV Midlands)

Regular Cast:
Scarlet, Blue, White, Green, Black, Ochre, Grey, Destiny, Magenta, Fawn, Melody

Additional Voice Cast:
Dr. Magnus Martin King
General J.F. Tiempo Paul Maxwell
Dr. Turner Gary Files
Morgan Charles Tingwell
1st Student Gary Files
2nd Student Jeremy Wilkin
Porter Benson Paul Maxwell
Radiographer Jeremy Wilkin
Nurse Liz Morgan

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Renegade Rocket (#7)

Written by Ralph Hart
Directed by Brian Burgess

"Remember, time is against us. Every second takes that rocket nearer its target."
The Mysterons engineer the launch of a Variable Geometry Rocket from Base Concord and their agent, Major Reeves, escapes with the destruct mechanism and target information. While the Angels are despatched to track down Reeves, Scarlet and Blue are sent to Base Concord where they learn that the rocket's target is the base itself!

Original UK Airdate: January 19th, 1968 (ATV Midlands)

Regular Cast:
Scarlet, Blue, White, Green, Black, Rhapsody, Melody, Harmony

Additional Voice Cast:
Major Reeves Gary Files
Base Concord Controller Charles Tingwell
Commander Paul Maxwell
Sergeant Martin King
Captain Jeremy Wilkin
Security Man Jeremy Wilkin
Airstrip Voice Martin King

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White As Snow (#8)

Written by Peter Curran and David Williams
Directed by Robert Lynn

"Sir, I don't think you appreciate that the man is dead."
"That's no excuse!"
The Mysterons threaten to kill Colonel White and after their initial attempt fails, White elects to leave Cloudbase so as not to place the other Spectrum agents in jeopardy. He goes into hiding on the USS Panther II submarine, unaware that his steward is a Mysteron agent...

Original UK Airdate: November 3rd, 1967 (ATV Midlands)

Regular Cast:
Scarlet, Blue, White, Symphony, Green, Black, Ochre, Rhapsody, Grey, Destiny, Magenta, Melody, Harmony

Additional Voice Cast:
Captain, USS Panther II Paul Maxwell
Lt. Belmont Charles Tingwell
Ensign Soames Gary Files
DJ Bob Lynn Gary Files
TVR-17 Control Martin King
Pilot Jeremy Wilkin

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Seek And Destroy (#9)

Written by Peter Curran and David Williams
Directed by Alan Perry

"Look - Angels! The girls have come to escort us!"
When the Mysterons threaten to kill one of the Angels, Scarlet and Blue are sent to Paris to escort Destiny back to Cloudbase. But Captain Black engineers the destruction of three newly-built Angel aircraft - Mysteronised, the Interceptors are set to target Destiny!

Original UK Airdate: January 5th, 1968 (ATV Midlands)

Regular Cast:
Scarlet, Blue, White, Green, Black, Rhapsody, Destiny, Melody, Harmony

Additional Voice Cast:
Fairfield Charles Tingwell
Jackson Jeremy Wilkin
Fire Chief Paul Maxwell

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Spectrum Strikes Back (#10)

Written by Tony Barwick
Directed by Ken Turner

"You will never solve the mystery of the Mysterons."
At a secret conference in a hidden Spectrum base housed beneath the hunting lodge of a private African game reserve, Dr. Giadello announces the development of two devices that will turn the tide for Spectrum in their struggle with the Mysterons. But the Mysterons intend to sabotage the conference from within...

Original UK Airdate: November 24th, 1967 (ATV Midlands)

Regular Cast:
Scarlet, Blue, White, Symphony, Green, Black, Rhapsody, Destiny

Additional Voice Cast:
World President Paul Maxwell
General Peterson Charles Tingwell
Captain Indigo Gary Files
Dr. Giadello Jeremy Wilkin
1st Warden Gary Files
2nd Warden Martin King
3rd Warden Gary Files and Martin King

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Avalanche (#11)

Written by Shane Rimmer
Directed by Brian Burgess

"Believe me, before this day is out you'll need all the help you can get."
When the Mysterons threaten to destroy key links in the Frost Line Outer Space Defence System, Scarlet and Green investigate the mysterious deaths of the personnel at Red Deer Base. The pair are baffled: radiation and toxicity levels read negative and there appears to be no reason for the deaths of the men...

Original UK Airdate: October 27th, 1967 (ATV Midlands)

Regular Cast:
Scarlet, Blue, White, Green, Rhapsody, Destiny, Harmony

Additional Voice Cast:
General Ward Paul Maxwell
Eddie Gary Files
Marshall Charles Tingwell
Lt. Burroughs Jeremy Wilkin
Trapper Gary Files
1st Sentry (Joe) Martin King
2nd Sentry Martin King
3rd Sentry Gary Files
Radio Jeremy Wilkin

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