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


Expo 2068 (#23)

Written by Shane Rimmer
Directed by Leo Eaton

"Sorry to break my appointment, Doctor, but there's been a little change in plan..."
A lorry carrying an atomic core reactor to the new Manicougan power complex falls into the hands of the Mysterons who intend to strike the Atlantic Seaboard of North America. Spectrum begins a search for the missing lorry but Captain Black sends Scarlet and Blue on a wild goose chase...

Original UK Airdate: March 26th, 1968 (ATV Midlands)

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

Additional Voice Cast:
Dr. Sommers Jeremy Wilkin
Raynor Martin King
Driver Gary Files
Captain Martin King
Lumberjack Gary Files
Operator Martin King

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Traitor (#24)

Written by Tony Barwick
Directed by Alan Perry

"We've heard you've had a little trouble at the base recently."
"That's no excuse!"
After the inexplicable malfunction of a hovercraft at the Spectrum cadet school at Koala Base, Scarlet and Blue investigate the possibility of sabotage from within. The Mysterons have warned of a traitor in the Spectrum organisation and soon Scarlet has become the prime suspect!

Original UK Airdate: April 23rd, 1968 (ATV Midlands)

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

Additional Voice Cast:
Major Stone David Healy
Phil Machin Gary Files
Joe Johnson Jeremy Wilkin
Pilot, A42 Charles Tingwell

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Flight 104 (#25)

Written by Tony Barwick
Directed by Robert Lynn

"This whole thing gets stranger every minute. We might be on to something big."
When the Mysterons threaten to sabotage a vital conference at Lake Toma in Switzerland, Scarlet and Blue are assigned to escort the world's leading astrophysicist, Dr. Conrad, to Geneva. The trio board their plane at Novena Airport, unaware that Flight 104 to Geneva is under Mysteron control...

Original UK Airdate: March 1st, 1968 (ATV Midlands)

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

Additional Voice Cast:
Dr. Conrad David Healy
Photographer Joe Gary Files
Reporter Jeremy Wilkin
Bill Williams Martin King
Flight Desk Gary Files
Airport Tannoy Liz Morgan

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Noose Of Ice (#26)

Written by Tony Barwick
Directed by Ken Turner

"We're pretty isolated, but we don't leave anything to chance. The Mysterons won't succeed here."
Tritonium alloy mining operations at Hotspot Tower in the North Pole are threatened when a Mysteron agent cuts the power to vital heating elements. Scarlet and Blue realise that with the heating elements down, the ice cap that surrounds the base will crush it in less than 30 minutes!

Original UK Airdate: March 12th, 1968 (ATV Midlands)

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

Additional Voice Cast:
General Rebus David Healy
Neilson Gary Files
Rhodes Jeremy Wilkin
Hotspot Control Martin King
Guard Martin King

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Codename Europa (#27)

Written by David Lee
Directed by Alan Perry

"This Mysteron agent is one of the most dangerous we have ever faced."
The Mysterons threaten to destroy the Triumvirate of Europe, the three most powerful men on Earth after the World President. The three are sent to separate maximum security installations, but Mysteronised electronics expert Professor Carney is determined to assassinate each in turn!

Original UK Airdate: April 9th, 1968 (ATV Midlands)

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

Additional Voice Cast:
Professor G.A. Carney Gary Files
Conrad Olafson Gary Files
Guard 1 Martin King
Guard 2 Gary Files

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Flight To Atlantica (#28)

Written by Tony Barwick
Directed by Leo Eaton

"What a bang! Can we do that again?"
When the Mysterons threaten to destroy the World Navy Complex at Atlantica, Blue and Ochre fly a V17 Air Force bomber to destroy a wreck that has been sighted drifting towards the base. But the pair have been drugged by tainted champagne and passed false orders by Captain Black...

Original UK Airdate: April 30th, 1968 (ATV Midlands)

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

Additional Voice Cast:
Williams Gary Files
Sergeant Shane Rimmer

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Treble Cross (#29)

Written by Tony Barwick
Directed by Alan Perry

"I'd say Major Gravener was a lucky man - a very lucky man."
Captain Black engineers the death of chief test pilot Major Gravener, who is retrometabolised as a Mysteron agent as part of the Mysterons' plan to destroy the World Capital, Futura City. But a pair of doctors manage to resuscitate the real Major Gravener and Spectrum realises that he can impersonate his Mysteron double!

Original UK Airdate: February 23rd, 1968 (ATV Midlands)

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

Additional Voice Cast:
Major Gravener Jeremy Wilkin
Mitchell David Healy
Baxter Martin King
Nurse Liz Morgan
Sergeant Gary Files

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Attack On Cloudbase (#30)

Written by Tony Barwick
Directed by Ken Turner

"You don't understand, Colonel. He's really dead - permanent, final, absolutely dead!"
After the Mysterons threaten Spectrum's Cloudbase headquarters, a large fast-moving trace appears on the radar. When Rhapsody is dispatched to check it out, her Interceptor is shot out of the sky and she is killed instantly. There is only one explanation: the Mysterons themselves have come to Earth!

Original UK Airdate: May 7th, 1968 (ATV Midlands)

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

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The Inquisition (#31)

Written by Tony Barwick
Directed by Ken Turner

"All you have to do is prove who you are."
A drugged Captain Blue awakes to find himself under interrogation on Cloudbase. He has apparently been missing for three months and must now prove his identity to Intelligence agent Colgan by revealing Spectrum's top secret cypher codes. But Blue has his own ideas about how to prove who he is without breaching security...

Original UK Airdate: May 14th, 1968 (ATV Midlands)

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

Additional Voice Cast:
Colgan David Healy
Waiter Gary Files
Macey Charles Tingwell
1st Policeman Paul Maxwell
2nd Policeman Martin King
3rd Policeman Jeremy Wilkin
4th Policeman Charles Tingwell
Linda Nolan Sylvia Anderson
Frazer David Healy
Shroeder Jeremy Wilkin
Commodore Goddard David Healy
Holt Gary Files

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Inferno (#32)

Written by Tony Barwick and Shane Rimmer
Directed by Alan Perry

"There's something strange going on, sir. He just seemed to cut off."
The Mysterons threaten to destroy the de-salination plant at Najama in the Andes, so Scarlet and Blue are sent to observe the plant from an Aztec temple that overlooks it. But a Mysteronised SKR4 recovery craft packed with high explosives is hurtling towards Earth with the temple as its target!

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

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

Additional Voice Cast:
Major Moran David Healy
Pilot Shane Rimmer
Navigator Martin King
Sergeant Gary Files

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