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Captain Scarlet vs. the Mysterons (1980)

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War erupts between Earth and Mars after a manned mission to the Red Planet results in an attack on the city of the Mysterons. The World President is threatened with assassination but ... See full summary »


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Cast overview:
Francis Matthews ...
Captain Scarlet (voice) (archive footage)
Captain Blue (voice) (archive footage) (as Edward Bishop)
Donald Gray ...
Colonel White / Captain Black / Voice of the Mysterons (voice) (archive footage)
Cy Grant ...
Lieutenant Green (voice) (archive footage)
Elizabeth Morgan ...
Destiny Angel / Rhapsody Angel / Harmony Angel (voice) (archive footage) (as Liz Morgan)
Paul Maxwell ...
Captain Grey / World President / Fire Chief (voice) (archive footage)
Jeremy Wilkin ...
Captain Ochre / Human Captain Black / Delta Garage Attendant / Radio Voice / Director General of the United Asian Republic / Director General's Double / Jackson (voice) (archive footage)
Gary Files ...
Captain Magenta (voice) (archive footage)
Dr. Fawn / Captain Brown / Lieutenant Dean / Spectrum Helicopter A-42 Pilot / Spectrum London Headquarters / Airport Operator / Agent 042 / Fairfield (voice) (archive footage)
Janna Hill ...
Symphony Angel / Intercontinental Airlines Tannoy (voice) (archive footage)
Sylvia Anderson ...
Martin King ...
Delta-Tango 19 Co-Pilot (voice) (archive footage)


War erupts between Earth and Mars after a manned mission to the Red Planet results in an attack on the city of the Mysterons. The World President is threatened with assassination but ultimately saved from a Mysteron reconstruction of Spectrum's top agent, Captain Scarlet, which is released from Mysteron control and re-enters Earth's service.

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Edited from Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons: The Mysterons (1967) See more »

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Good, but hindered by stupid looking lasers!
2 September 2005 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

This is another movie produced by ITC's New York offices in 1981 comprising several episodes of Captain Scarlet into a movie. This movie is less faithful to the original material than the previous ITC New York produced 'Revenge of the Mysteron's from Mars', and it has some annoying moments. Firstly the final episode used, 'Attack On Cloudbase' is interrupted by annoyingly hideous red lasers added by Dolphin Productions to replace the original and much better looking missiles. There is also an additional scene added featuring a horrible video pyramid, making out that the attack on cloudbase was not a dream but actually happened, changing the final plot point to the episode. The Mysteron voice speaking in this additional scene has an American accent that doesn't fit with the other material which has Mysteron voices by Donald Gray, who had a very strong English accent. Another problem is the producer's insistence on adding lots of music. This is fine in principal, but in this film music is added at every quite moment, and sometimes at the same time as the original soundtrack. This means that you have one incidental score which sounds completely different from the other, being played at the same time, on top of one another! As a representation of the series this movie is OK, but if your a fan of Captain Scarlet beware! Parts of this movie will drive you to insanity!

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