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Fireball XL5 (TV Series 1962–1963) Poster

(1962–1963)

Trivia

Although "Supercar" had been shown in syndication, this was the first Gerry Anderson "Supermarionation" series to appear on US network television (NBC, on Saturday mornings, between 1963 and 1965).
In the episode "Space Pirates" at the beginning where Venus is telling the story, in the bookcase is a Supercar (1961) book, Gerry Anderson's previous show.
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Some scenes from "Four Feather Falls", Gerry Anderson's first puppet animation series, can be seen on TV screens, mostly when Commander Zero's son, Jonathan, watches on TV.
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Gerry Anderson's last black and white puppet TV series.
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Recurrent villains on the series include the "Space Spys" Boris and Griselda, and the evil Aliens from Planet 46, who sworn revenge on Steve Zodiac since the first episode.
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Throughout the series, footage is often reused, most likely done to save money and time. For instance, whenever Fireball Jr. detaches from the main XL5 unit and reattaches, it's always the same close-up shot.
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Robert the Robot is the only voice Gerry Anderson ever actually performed on one of his shows.
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