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Film and television productions listed in production order


Production List



UFO UFO

Century 21 Television/ITC - 1969/70
26 episodes x 50 mins

Executive Producer: Gerry Anderson
Producer: Reg Hill
Production Supervisor: Norman Foster
Directors: Gerry Anderson, David Lane, Ken Turner, Alan Perry, Ron Appleton,
David Tomblin, Jeremy Summers & Cyril Frankel
Century 21 Fashions by Sylvia Anderson
Director of Photography: Brendan J. Stafford BSC
Art Director: Bob Bell
Script Editor: Tony Barwick
Special Effects Supervisor: Derek Meddings
Senior Special Effects Director: Jim Elliott
Special Effects Directors: Bill Camp, Shaun Whittacker-Cook & Derek Meddings
Music Composed and Directed by Barry Gray

Cast:
Ed Bishop Dolores Mantez Norma Ronald Maxwell Shaw
George Sewell Antonia Ellis Harry Baird Basil Moss
Michael Billington Keith Alexander Jon Kelley Steven Berkoff
Wanda Ventham Gary Myers Jeremy Wilkin Anouska Hempel
Peter Gordeno Grant Taylor Ayshea Brough David Warbeck
Gabrielle Drake Vladek Sheybal Georgina Moon Mel Oxley


The operatives of the secret S.H.A.D.O. organisation defend the Earth from Aliens who are abducting humans to obtain organs which can be transplanted into their own bodies.

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The Protectors The Protectors (Series One)

Group Three/ITC - 1971/72
26 episodes x 25 mins

Producers: Gerry Anderson and Reg Hill
Directors: John Hough, Don Chaffey, Jeremy Summers, Roy Ward Baker,
Cyril Frankel, Harry Booth, Michael Lindsay-Hogg & Robert Vaughn
Director of Photography: Brendan J. Stafford BSC & Frank Watts BSC
Art Director: Bob Bell
Script Editor: Tony Barwick
Music Composed and Directed by John Cameron
Theme Music & Lyrics by Mitch Murray & Peter Callender

Cast:
Robert Vaughn Anthony Chinn
Nyree Dawn Porter Yasuko Nagazumi
Tony Anholt


Harry Rule, the Contessa di Contini and Paul Buchet lead an elite international detective organisation dedicated to the protection of the innocent.

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The Protectors The Protectors (Series Two)

Group Three/ITC - 1972/73
26 episodes x 25 mins

Producers: Gerry Anderson and Reg Hill
Associate Producer: Desmond Saunders
Directors: John Hough, Jeremy Summers, Don Leaver, Michael Lindsay-Hogg,
Charles Crichton, Cyril Frankel & David Tomblin
Director of Photography: Brendan J. Stafford BSC & Frank Watts BSC
Art Director: Bob Bell
Script Editor: Tony Barwick
Music Composed and Directed by John Cameron
Theme Music & Lyrics by Mitch Murray & Peter Callender

Cast:
Robert Vaughn
Nyree Dawn Porter
Tony Anholt


Harry Rule, the Contessa di Contini and Paul Buchet continue to lead The Protectors international detective organisation.

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The Investigator The Investigator

Starkits - 1972
1 episode x 25 mins

Producer: Gerry Anderson
Director: Gerry Anderson
Models Created by Reg Hill
Lighting Cameraman: Harry Oakes
Music Composed by John Cameron
Theme: Vic Elmes

Voice Cast:
Sylvia Anderson
Shane Rimmer
Peter Dyneley


The Investigator, a being from another galaxy, chooses a boy and a girl, John and Julie, to help him right wrongs on Earth, miniaturising them to help them in their missions.

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Space:1999 Space:1999 (Year One)

Group Three/ITC/RAI - 1973/75
24 episodes x 50 mins

Executive Producer: Gerry Anderson
Producer: Sylvia Anderson
Directors: Lee H. Katzin, Charles Crichton, Ray Austin, David Tomblin & Bob Kellett
Director of Photography: Frank Watts BSC
Production Designer: Keith Wilson
Story Consultant: Christopher Penfold
Script Editor: Edward di Lorenzo & Johnny Byrne
Moon City Costumes Designed by Rudi Gernreich
Special Effects Supervisor: Brian Johnson
Special Effects Director: Nick Allder
Music by Barry Gray
Additional Music: Tomaso Albinoni, Jack Arel & Pierre Dutour, Giampiero Boneschi, Paul Bonneau & Serge Lancen,
Chuck Cassey, Frank Cordell, Vic Elms & Alan Willis, Robert Farnon, Beda Folten, Mike Hankinson,
Gustav Holst, Roger Roger, David Snell, Harry Sosnik, Jim Sullivan & Georges Teperino

Cast:
Martin Landau Clifton Jones Andy Dempsey Raymond Harris
Barbara Bain Anton Phillips Mike Stevens Annie Lambert
Barry Morse Suzanne Roquette Robert Phillips Binu Balini
Prentis Hancock Loftus Burton Sarah Bullen Andrew Sutcliffe
Nick Tate Tony Allyn June Bolton Barbara Kelly
Zienia Merton Quentin Pierre James Fagan


September 13th, 1999: the freak explosion of atomic waste dumps blasts the Moon out of Earth orbit, hurling the 311 men and women of Moonbase Alpha into the far reaches of space.

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The Day After Tomorrow The Day After Tomorrow Into Infinity

Gerry Anderson Productions - 1975
1 episode x 50 mins

Producer: Gerry Anderson
Production Supervisor: F. Sherwin Green
Director: Charles Crichton
Director of Photography: Frank Watts BSC
Production Designer: Reg Hill
Special Effects: Brian Johnson
Music: Derek Wadsworth & Steve Coe

Cast:
Brian Blessed Martin Lev Ed Bishop
Joanna Dunham Catherine Levy Bones
Nick Tate Don Fellows


The crew of the lightship Altares are lost in space when the craft is struck by a meteor shower and goes out of control.

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Space:1999 Space:1999 (Year Two)

Gerry Anderson Productions/ITC - 1976
24 episodes x 50 mins

Executive Producer: Gerry Anderson
Producer: Fred Freiberger
Production Executive: Reg Hill
Associate Producer: F. Sherwin Green
Directors: Charles Crichton, Ray Austin, Tom Clegg, Bob Brooks, Val Guest,
Kevin Connor, Robert Lynn & Peter Medak
Technical Director: David Lane
Director of Photography: Frank Watts BSC & Brendan Stafford
Production Designer: Keith Wilson
Special Effects Designed & Directed by: Brian Johnson
Music by Derek Wadsworth
Additional Music: Robert Farnon

Cast:
Martin Landau Anton Phillips Robert Reeves
Barbara Bain John Hug Pam Rose
Catherine Schell Jeffery Kissoon Annie Lambert
Tony Anholt Yasuko Nagazumi Barbara Kelly
Nick Tate Sarah Bullen
Zienia Merton Quentin Pierre


2000 AD: the 297 men and women of Moonbase Alpha are joined by a metamorph from the planet Psychon in their search for a new home.

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Terrahawks Terrahawks (Series One)

Anderson Burr/LWT - 1983
26 episodes x 25 mins

Producers: Gerry Anderson & Christopher Burr
Associate Producer: Bob Bell
Directors: Alan Pattillo, Desmond Saunders, Tony Bell & Tony Lenny
Lighting Cameramen: Harry Oakes BSC & Paddy Seale
Art Director: Gary Tomkins
Special Effects Director: Steven Begg
Music Composed & Performed by Richard Harvey
Additional Music Composed by Gerry Anderson & Christopher Burr

Voice Cast:
Jeremy Hitchen Anne Ridler
Denise Bryer Ben Stevens
Windsor Davies


In the year 2020, an elite fighting force, the Terrahawks, defend the Earth from Zelda and her androids, alien invaders who have settled on Mars.

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Terrahawks Terrahawks (Series Two)

Anderson Burr/LWT - 1984
13 episodes x 25 mins

Producers: Gerry Anderson and Christopher Burr
Associate Producer: Bob Bell
Directors: Tony Bell & Tony Lenny
Lighting Cameramen: Harry Oakes BSC & Paddy Seale
Art Director: Gary Tomkins
Special Effects Director: Steven Begg
Music Composed & Performed by Richard Harvey
Additional Music Composed by Gerry Anderson & Christopher Burr

Voice Cast:
Jeremy Hitchen Anne Ridler
Denise Bryer Ben Stevens
Windsor Davies


The Terrahawks continue to defend the Earth from Zelda and her androids who have been joined by the devious It-Star.

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Space Police Space Police Star Laws

Anderson Burr - 1986
1 episode x 52 mins (Alternative Version: 1 episode x 25 minutes - 1989)

Producer: Gerry Anderson & Christopher Burr
Associate Producer: Bob Bell
Director: Tony Bell
Lighting Cameramen: Alan Hume BSC, Harry Oakes BSC & Paddy Seale
Art Director: Mark Harris
Visual Effects Director: Steven Begg
Music: Christopher Burr & Gerry Anderson

Cast:
Shane Rimmer
Catherine Chevalier

Voice Cast:
Desiree Erasmus David Healy Tony Sibbald
Jeff Harding Gary Martin Ian Tyler
Kate Harper Kerry Shale Peter Whitman


After 15 years as a New York street cop, Lt. Brogan is appointed commanding officer of Space Police Precinct 44, an intergalactic police corps fighting organised crime on alien worlds.

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Dick Spanner Dick Spanner

Anderson Burr/Channel 4 - 1986/87
22 episodes x 6 mins (Alternative Version: 4 episodes x 24 minutes)

Producers: Gerry Anderson & Christopher Burr
Associate Producer: Bob Bell
Director: Steve Begg & Terry Adlam
Creative Supervision: Gerry Anderson
Photography: Steve Begg & Paddy Seale
Music Composed & Performed by Christopher Burr

Voice Cast:
Shane Rimmer


In a parallel universe to our own, wisecracking robot private detective Dick Spanner becomes involved in a series of increasingly bizarre cases.

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GFI GFI Warming Warning

Gosh!/Inimitable - 1993
1 episode x 25 mins

Executive Producers: Gerry Anderson and Adam J. Shaw
Producer: Bob McKie
Director: Phil Littler
Script Editor: Tony Barwick
Music: Dave Stewart

Voice Cast:
Denise Bryer Ben Stevens
Paul Carrington Dave Wade
Gary Martin


G-Force Intergalactic, a rapid response task force for the United Planets, combats major crime and large scale disasters from a hidden base, Star City, beneath the surface of an asteroid orbiting the Myson system.

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Space Precinct Space Precinct

Gerry Anderson Productions/Mentorn Films/GTV - 1994/95
24 episodes x 45 mins

Executive Producer: Tom Gutteridge
Producer: Gerry Anderson
Co-Executive Producers: Roger Lefkon & John Needham
Line Producer: Tom Sachs
Associate Producers: Richard Grove & Jeffrey Brunner
Directors: Colin Bucksey, John Glen, Sidney Hayers, Alan Birkinshaw,
Jim Goddard, Peter Duffell, & Piers Haggard
Visual Effects Director: Steven Begg
Director of Photography: Alan Hume BSC & Tony Spratling BSC
Special Effects Photography: Harry Oakes BSC & Peter Talbot
Live-Action Design: Tony Curtis & Bill Alexander
Model Design: Bill Pearson
Creature Effects Design: Neill Gorton
Tarn & Creon Design: Richard Gregory
Executive Story Editor: Philip Morrow
Executive Story Consultant: Chris Hubbell
Story Editor: Sam Graham
Production Supervisor: Hugh Harlow
Post-Production Supervisor: Mark Sherwood
Music: Crispin Merrell

Cast:
Ted Shackelford Megan Olive Rob Thirtle
Kate Harper
Rob Youngblood Lou Hirsch Leigh Tinkler
Will Barton
Simone Bendix Richard James Andrew Dawson
Ken Whitfield
Nancy Paul Mary Woodvine Alexa Rosewood
Gary Martin
Jerome Willis David Quilter Joanna Berns
Kieron Jecchinis
Nic Klein Joseph Mydell Wayne Forrester
Colette Hiller


In the year 2040, the human, creon and tarn officers of Precinct 88 keep law and order in Demeter City on the planet Altor.

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Lavender Castle Lavender Castle

CPI/Gerry Anderson Productions/Cosgrove Hall - 1996/98
26 episodes x 10 mins (Alternative Version: 13 episodes x 22 minutes)

Executive Producers: Craig Hemmings and Brian Cosgrove
Producer: Gerry Anderson
Line Producer: Chris Bowden
Director: Chris Taylor
Designed by Rodney Matthews
Lighting Cameramen: Joe Dembinski & Tim Harper
Art Director: Peter Hillier
Visual Effects: Stephen Weston
Production Supervisor: Christine Walker
Music by Crispin Merrell

Voice Cast:
Jimmy Hibbert David Holt
Rob Rackstraw Kate Harbour


The adventures of Captain Thrice and the crew of the starship Paradox on their quest to find the legendary Lavender Castle - a floating city deep in space and the greatest source of power in the universe - before the evil Dr. Agon who intends to destroy it.

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New Captain Scarlet New Captain Scarlet

Anderson Entertainment/Gerry Anderson Productions/The Indestructible Production Company - 2003/05
26 episodes x 25 mins

Series Created and Produced by Gerry Anderson
Supervising Director: David Lane
CGI Producer: Ron Thornton
Line Producer: Mark Sherwood
Production Designer: Mark Harris
Music by Crispin Merrell
Directors: David Lane, Mark Woollard & Dominic Lavery
Writers: Phil Ford, John Brown & Brian Finch
Concept Art Director: Dominic Lavery
Editor: Andy Walter
Associate Producer: Gerry Donohoe
Created in Hypermarionation
Produced by Anderson Entertainment for Gerry Anderson Productions plc

Voice Cast:
Wayne Forester Julia Brahms
Robbie Stevens Jeremy Hitchen
Emma Tate Heather Tobias
Mike Hayley Bill Roberts
Nigel Plaskitt Suzie Westerby
Jules de Jongh Glenn Wrage


On the day after tomorrow, indestructible Spectrum agent Captain Scarlet is Earth's best defence in a war of nerves against the Mysterons from Mars and their instrument of destruction, former Spectrum agent Captain Black.

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Productions: 1956-1969

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