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


Shadow Of Fear (#12)

Written by Tony Barwick
Directed by Robert Lynn

"Gentlemen, we're about to obtain the best close up shots of Mars ever taken by man."
Astronomers at K14 Observatory are monitoring signals from a hidden satellite that has made a successful landing on the Martian moon Phobos. The satellite will transmit close up pictures of Mars back to Earth, but the project is sabotaged when one of the astronomers becomes a Mysteron agent...

Original UK Airdate: February 2nd, 1968 (ATV Midlands)

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

Additional Voice Cast:
Breck Paul Maxwell
Carter Charles Tingwell
Angelini Jeremy Wilkin

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The Heart Of New York (#13)

Written by Tony Barwick
Directed by Alan Perry

"I think I know how to make the Mysterons work for us."
As the Mysterons threaten to destroy the "Heart of New York", Scarlet and Blue investigate the theft of Grade A Security documents from the Spectrum security vaults. The trio of thieves learn of Spectrumıs war with the Mysterons and decide to fake their own deaths to effect a daring robbery...

Original UK Airdate: December 8th, 1967 (ATV Midlands)

Regular Cast:
Scarlet, Blue, White, Green, Black, Ochre, Magenta

Additional Voice Cast:
Kruger David Healy
Doig Gary Files
Carl Martin King
Lookout Jeremy Wilkin
Guard Martin King

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Fire At Rig 15 (#14)

Written by Bryan Cooper
Directed by Ken Turner

"Don't worry. He's too old a hand to get near an explosion. He'll be alright."
When the Mysterons threaten to immobilise the whole of Spectrum, Scarlet and Blue are sent to the Spectrum oil refinery at Bensheba. Mysteron tampering turns Rig 15 into an inferno and fire control expert Jason Smith becomes a target for the Mysterons' powers of retrometabolism...

Original UK Airdate: February 16th, 1968 (ATV Midlands)

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

Additional Voice Cast:
Jason Smith David Healy
Charlie Hansen Gary Files
Kinley Jeremy Wilkin
Oil Worker Martin King

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The Launching (#15)

Written by Peter Curran and David Williams
Directed by Brian Burgess

"I get threatened every day of the week - phone calls, letters... If I took any of them seriously, I'd never get any work done!"
When the Mysterons threaten to destroy President Roberts within twelve hours, Scarlet is assigned as bodyguard to the sceptical President. But when 11 hours pass without incident, Scarlet begins to suspect that he is guarding the wrong target!

Original UK Airdate: April 2nd, 1968 (ATV Midlands)

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

Additional Voice Cast:
President Roberts David Healy
Mervin Brand Gary Files
Vice President Martin King
Vice President's Wife Sylvia Anderson
Operator, Tribune Control Jeremy Wilkin

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Lunarville 7 (#16)

Written by Tony Barwick
Directed by Robert Lynn

"They are trapped in Lunarville 7. We will deal with them at our leisure."
When the Lunar Controller announces the Moon's independence from Earth in the war of nerves with the Mysterons, Scarlet, Blue and Green journey to Lunarville 7 to investigate reports of an unauthorised complex under construction in the Humboldt Sea. They discover more than they bargained for...

Original UK Airdate: December 15th, 1967 (ATV Midlands)

Regular Cast:
Scarlet, Blue, White, Green, Magenta

Additional Voice Cast:
Lunar Controller David Healy
Orson Martin King
Control Jeremy Wilkin
Pilot Gary Files

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The Trap (#17)

Written by Alan Pattillo
Directed by Alan Perry

"Tomorrow morning, on the stroke of ten, the entire supreme command of the World Air Force will be wiped out - here in this room!"
Following the latest Mysteron threat, Scarlet is dispatched to supervise security at the International Air Conference at Glen Garry Castle. Discovering a plot to gun down the delegates, he is captured and thrown in the castle dungeons...

Original UK Airdate: November 10th, 1967 (ATV Midlands)

Regular Cast:
Scarlet, Blue, White, Symphony, Green, Melody

Additional Voice Cast:
Commodore Goddard David Healy
Holt Gary Files
Morton Jeremy Wilkin
Attendant Jeremy Wilkin

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Model Spy (#18)

Written by Bill Hedley
Directed by Ken Turner

"This is an official meeting, not the Follies Bergeres!"
The Mysterons target fashion designer Andre Verdain, secret controller of the European Area Intelligence Service. Suspecting that the attempt on Verdain's life will be made at a fashion show in Monte Carlo, Colonel White assigns Destiny and Symphony Angels to go under cover - as fashion models!

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

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

Additional Voice Cast:
Andre Verdain Jeremy Wilkin
Helga Liz Morgan
Gabrielle Sylvia Anderson
Commissionaire Jeremy Wilkin

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Dangerous Rendezvous (#19)

Written by Tony Barwick
Directed by Brian Burgess

"Let's hope the Mysterons listen to reason when you talk to them."
Using the Mysteron pulsator recovered from the complex in Crater 101, Dr Kurnitz has developed a transmission device with which Colonel White attempts to contact the Mysterons and sue for peace. The Mysterons arrange a rendezvous in Greenland for peace talks, but Scarlet suspects a trap...

Original UK Airdate: February 9th, 1968 (ATV Midlands)
Note: The events of Dangerous Rendezvous directly follow those seen in Crater 101.

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

Additional Voice Cast:
Dr. Kurnitz Jeremy Wilkin
Captain Black (Original) Jeremy Wilkin
Lt. Dean Charles Tingwell
Receptionist Sylvia Anderson

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Special Assignment (#20)

Written by Tony Barwick
Directed by Robert Lynn

"A Spectrum officer is outside the ranch. If you are with us... kill him!"
The Mysterons threaten to obliterate North America, but Spectrum is left without its number one agent when Scarlet is dismissed for gambling offences. He is approached by a pair of Mysteron agents who intend to destroy Nuclear City using an SPV supplied by Scarlet, but first he must prove his loyalty by killing Blue!

Original UK Airdate: December 1st, 1967 (ATV Midlands)

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

Additional Voice Cast:
Steele Martin King
Kramer Gary Files
Croupier Gary Files
Barman Jeremy Wilkin
Mason Shane Rimmer
Security Chief Gary Files
Attendant Martin King

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Place Of Angels (#21)

Written by Leo Eaton
Directed by Leo Eaton

"This bacillus is a totally new strain. The human body has no defence against it."
Mysteron agent Judith Chapman steals a phial of deadly K14 virus - enough to kill ten million people - from Biological Research Station D near Manchester. Scarlet and Blue trail Chapman to New York, realising that she intends to carry out the Mysterons' threat to destroy the Place of the Angels!

Original UK Airdate: March 8th, 1968 (ATV Midlands)

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

Additional Voice Cast:
Judith Chapman Sylvia Anderson
Dr. Denton Jeremy Wilkin
Captain Martin King
Engineer Gary Files
Security Guard Gary Files
Spectrum, New York Jeremy Wilkin

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Crater 101 (#22)

Written by Tony Barwick
Directed by Ken Turner

"If we ever get out of this, Lieutenant, I'll buy you all the coconuts you can eat."
Scarlet, Blue and Green volunteer for a dangerous mission to remove the power source of the Mysteron complex in Crater 101 before it is destroyed by a low yield atomic device. Travelling to the Moon, they enter the strange complex, unaware that a Mysteron agent has set the atomic device to detonate early!

Original UK Airdate: January 26th, 1968 (ATV Midlands)
Note: The events of Crater 101 precede those of Dangerous Rendezvous.

Regular Cast:
Scarlet, Blue, White, Green, Magenta

Additional Voice Cast:
Linda Nolan Sylvia Anderson
Frazer David Healy
Shroeder Jeremy Wilkin

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