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Supercar (1961-62)
   Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
references:
TV Times / Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov)
Internet Movie Database (http://www.us.imdb.com)

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SUPERCAR
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filmed in Supermarionation by
A.P. Films, Ltd. (APF)
in association with
Associated TeleVision, Ltd (ATV)
Incorporated Television Company, Ltd. (ITC)
Produced by Gerry Anderson.
Written by Gerry Anderson, Sylvia Anderson, Hugh and Martin Woodhouse.
Directors include David Elliot, Alan Pattillo, Desmond Saunders, Bill Harris.

UK Puppet Series 1961-62 39 episodes x 30 min. (black & white)

Starring: Graydon Gould, George Murcell, Sylvia Anderson, David Graham,
Cyril Shaps.

Regular Voice Cast
Mike Mercury ................ Graydon Gould
Jimmy Gibson ................ Sylvia Thamm
Professor Rudolph Popkiss ... George Murcell
Mitch ....................... David Graham
Dr. Horatio Beaker .......... David Graham
Masterspy ................... George Murcell
Friend Zarin ................ David Graham

Premise:
The adventures of the crew of an amazing land, sea and air vehicle based
at a secret laboratory in the Nevada Desert in 1960.

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(28 Jan 61 - 6 Aug 61) (26 episodes)

1.1 [--] Supercar: RESCUE
Directed by David Elliott

1.2 [--] Supercar: FALSE ALARM
Directed by Alan Pattillo

1.3 [--] Supercar: TALISMAN OF SARGON
Directed by David Elliott
Script by Martin and Hugh Woodhouse
Synopsis:
Masterspy, disguised as a geologist about to embark on an expedition, enlists Dr. Beaker's aid in
transcribing an inscription on an old clay tablet which will reveal the secret of a precious jewel
called the Talisman of Sargon.
(UK: 18Feb61 ITV Tyne-Tees)
(UK: 20Aug61 ITV Tyne-Tees, Sun 5:15PM)(repeat)

1.4 [--] Supercar: WHAT GOES UP
Directed by David Elliott

1.5 [--] Supercar: AMAZONIAN ADVENTURE
Directed by Alan Pattillo

1.6 [--] Supercar: GROUNDED
Directed by David Elliott

1.7 [--] Supercar: KEEP IT COOL
Directed by Alan Pattillo

1.8 [--] Supercar: JUNGLE HAZARD
Directed by Alan Pattillo

1.9 [--] Supercar: HIGH TENSION
Directed by David Elliott

1.10 [--] Supercar: ISLAND INCIDENT
Directed by David Elliott

1.11 [--] Supercar: ICE FALL
Directed by Desmond Saunders

1.12 [--] Supercar: PHANTOM PIPER
Directed by Alan Pattillo

1.13 [--] Supercar: PIRATE PLUNDER
Directed by David Elliott

1.14 [--] Supercar: A LITTLE ART
13May61 ATV London, Sat 5:40pm
Script by Martin and Hugh Woodhouse
Directed by Alan Pattillo
Trouble starts when a shady art dealer sells Dr. Beaker a landscape painting and it is subsequently
discovered that the artist was an infamous forger called Hassler, and the painting itself a plan of
the exact spot where his counterfeit plates are buried.

1.15 [--] Supercar: FLIGHT OF FANCY
Directed by Alan Pattillo

1.16 [--] Supercar: DEEP SEVEN
Directed by Desmond Saunders

1.17 [--] Supercar: HOSTAGE
Directed by Desmond Saunders

1.18 [--] Supercar: TRAPPED IN THE DEPTHS
Directed by Alan Pattillo

1.19 [--] Supercar: THE SUNKEN TEMPLE
Directed by David Elliott

1.20 [--] Supercar: THE DRAGON OF HO MING
Directed by David Elliott

1.21 [--] Supercar: THE LOST CITY
Directed by Alan Pattillo

1.22 [--] Supercar: THE MAGIC CARPET
Directed by Desmond Saunders

1.23 [--] Supercar: THE WHITE LINE
Directed by Alan Pattillo

1.24 [--] Supercar: CRASH LANDING
Directed by Desmond Saunders

1.25 [--] Supercar: SUPERCAR "TAKE ONE"
July 61 ATV London
21Jan62 ATV London 5.20pm (repeat)
Directed by Desmond Saunders

1.26 [--] Supercar: THE TRACKING OF MASTERSPY
Directed by Alan Pattillo

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################ season 2 1962 ###############
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(4 Feb 1962 - 29 Apr 1962) (13 episodes)

2.1 [27] Supercar: THE RUNAWAY TRAIN
Directed by Alan Pattillo

2.2 [28] Supercar: PRECIOUS CARGO
Directed by Alan Pattillo

2.3 [29] Supercar: OPERATION SUPERSTORK
Directed by Desmond Saunders

2.4 [30] Supercar: HI-JACK
Directed by Bill Harris

2.5 [31] Supercar: CALLING CHARLIE QUEEN
Directed by Alan Pattillo

2.6 [32] Supercar: SPACE FOR MITCH
Directed by Desmond Saunders

2.7 [33] Supercar: ATOMIC WITCH HUNT
Directed by Desmond Saunders

2.8 [34] Supercar: 70-B-LOW
Directed by Alan Pattillo

2.9 [35] Supercar: THE SKY'S THE LIMIT
Directed by Bill Harris

2.10 [36] Supercar: JAIL BREAK
Directed by Bill Harris

2.11 [37] Supercar: THE DAY TIME STOOD STILL
Directed by Alan Pattillo

2.12 [38] Supercar: TRANSALTANTIC CABLE
Directed by Desmond Saunders

2.13 [39] Supercar: KING KOOL (final episode)
Directed by David Elliott

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