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Network Announces Supermarionation Box Set!

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Network Distributing have announced a very special and very limited Blu-ray Supermarionation box set following the premiere of ‘Filmed in Supermarionation’ on 30 September.

Called simply ‘Supermarionation’ and available from 20 October, this release is the ultimate box set for aficionados of Gerry Anderson’s iconic Supermarionation series. Limited to just 2,500 copies, it marries the brand new film with a selection of key episodes from the Supermarionation spectrum, all painstakingly restored for the first time from the original film elements.

A newly expanded and redesigned edition of Stephen La Riviere’s book is also included as well an exclusive one-off TV21 comic, and a wallet of postcards featuring newly created artwork based on the film’s graphics, all presented in a beautifully crafted box.

This edition will be available to pre-order from 1 August exclusively from networkonair and the Official Gerry Anderson online shop!

The complete box set contains:


Stephen La Rivière brings his acclaimed history of Supermarionation to the big screen, with a mix of newly filmed interviews, rare and unseen archive footage, reconstructions of the Supermarionation techniques – all hosted by Lady Penelope, Parker and Brains. The Blu-ray edition features a wealth of special features including extended interviews and full-length archive material (Also available separately on DVD/Blu-ray).


Lady Penelope and Parker are our hosts for more than four hours of Supermarionation in action! Beautifully restored, complete episodes are presented in High Definition interspersed with new linking material, rare archive material, original commercial break bumpers (reinstated with actual commercials), trailers and more make for the ultimate celebration. (Available separately as a Blu-ray doublepack with Filmed in Supermarionation but not available on DVD)

Episodes included in this set:

webimage2• Four Feather Falls: Gunfight on Main Street • Supercar: False Alarm • Fireball XL5: Space City Special • Stingray: Pilot • Thunderbirds: Terror in New York City • Captain Scarlet: The Mysterons • Joe 90: Hi-Jacked • The Secret Service: More Haste, Less Speed


Two additional Blu-ray discs of restored key episodes spanning every Supermarionation series from Supercar to The Secret Service(Also available as two separate volumes on Blu-ray – not available on DVD)

Episodes included in this set:


• Supercar: Crash Landing • Fireball XL5: Planet 46 • Stingray: Plant of Doom • Stingray: Titan Goes Pop • Thunderbirds: Trapped in the Sky • Captain Scarlet: Treble Cross • Joe 90: The Most Special Agent • Supercar: Talisman of Sargon • Fireball XL5: XL5 to H2O • Stingray: Count Down • Thunderbirds: Atlantic Inferno • Captain Scarlet: Winged Assassin • Captain Scarlet: Noose of Ice • The Secret Service: A Case for the BISHOP

*EXCLUSIVE*  TV21 – Edition 243

Unique to this box set, we present a brand-new edition of the classic Century 21 comic TV21, taking up where the original series left off. Produced to the same size and specification as the original, this all-new, single issue features newly-commissioned comic strips from original 1960s illustrators including Gerry Embleton and Martin Asbury, alongside the very best in contemporary comic talent. Contributors include Mike Collins, Martin Baines, Lew Stringer and 2000 AD writer John Freeman. This official and special edition is only available as part of this set.


A wallet of A5-sized postcards featuring some of the Justin T. Lee’s stylish graphics originally produced for the film and book – available only as part of this box set.

Supermarionation: Available to pre-order from 1 August.

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  • I_have_a_theory

    I’ve asked “Network ON AIR” to advise me whether the original episodes in the box set are in their true, original 4:3 format or have been “mangled” into 16:9.

    This process of stretching the image to fill the screen is presumably to satisfy those who wonder why the image doesn’t fill the whole screen on a modern TV yet cannot see that “short, fat” puppets (or people) are not how the shows were made.

    Sadly I’ve not had an answer from “Network ON AIR” concerning this question – so far. I’ll update this comment when (if) I do receive an answer….

  • CJ List

    I’ve already pre-ordered my copy of this & I can’t wait to see Stingray in High Definition as well as Captain Scarlet. I’m also interested about the documentary being released as well because it features re-enactments of scenes from some of the shows and a more detailed account of those early years which hasn’t really been documented before.

    It’s nice that these programs are still well remembered 55 years or so later (Four Feather Falls was the first to use the lip-synch effect & started the Supermarionation era).

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