Brains and Lady Penelope find themselves involved in a rescue mission when the Arlington Bridge collapses, trapping the Mars Probe rocket in the river bed.

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John Tracy / Allington Bridge Controller / Kirby / Dr R. G. Korda (voice)
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Jeff Tracy / Professor Wingrove / NTBS Reporter / Crane Chief (voice)
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Gordon Tracy / Aloysius Parker / Brains / Dave Clayton / Frank / Chuck / Policeman (voice)
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Alan Tracy / Bill Craddock / 2nd NTBS Reporter (voice)

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Brains and Lady Penelope find themselves involved in a rescue mission when the Arlington Bridge collapses, trapping the Mars Probe rocket in the river bed.

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4 November 1965 (UK)  »

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Trivia

The music accompanying the journey of the Martian Space Probe in the episode "Day of Disaster" is entitled "The March of the Oysters". Originally composed by Barry Gray for the Stingray (1964) episode "Secret of the Giant Oyster", the piece is also heard in "30 Minutes After Noon", "The Impostors" and "The Cham-Cham". See more »

Goofs

When Thunderbird 2 is selecting the pod, it is clear that Pod 4 is being selected. When we see Thunderbird 2 moving out of the hanger Pod 2 is next to it indicating Pod 3 had been chosen. This goof is also seen in the episodes "Sun Probe", "Vault of Death", "Move - And You're Dead", "Martian Invasion" and "The Perils of Penelope". This is because footage of the TB2 launch from the first episode ("Trapped In The Sky") has been used in the abovementioned episodes. See more »

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[the two Allington Bridge controllers witness Brains talking into his watch]
Allington Bridge Controller: He's still at it, poor fellow. Seems to be under some delusion that he's in charge of the rescue.
Dave Clayton: We're desperate enough, even to listen to him!
Allington Bridge Controller: Yes, but he's just suggested they should fire missiles!
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Preposterous as usual, but brilliant
20 August 2010 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

So, if you were in the business of launching Rockets. would you ever consider;

1. Building the rocket some miles from where you were going to launch it 2. Transporting it on the back of a lorry over a bridge 3. Using a bridge you've never tested 4. Fuelling the rocket before tilting it on its side on a lorry 5. Sticking two workers inside the rocket for the ride.

No? Forget it then, you're no good for Thunderbirds. If you can suspend belief for an hour though, switch this one on and get taken along for the ride. Nothing better on a Sunday morning before lunch or Sunday afternoon after the pub, when it'll all make a lot more sense!


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