Using the Mysteron pulsator recovered from the complex in Crater 101, Dr Kurnitz has developed a transmission device with which Colonel White attempts to contact the Mysterons and sue for peace.

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Episode credited cast:
Francis Matthews ...
Captain Scarlet (voice)
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Captain Blue (voice) (as Edward Bishop)
Donald Gray ...
Cy Grant ...
Jeremy Wilkin ...
Captain Ochre / Dr. Kurnitz / Human Captain Black (voice)
Sylvia Anderson ...
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Lieutenant Dean (voice) (archive footage) (as Charles Tingwell)
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Gary Files ...
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David Healy
Janna Hill
Martin King ...
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Elizabeth Morgan ...
(as Liz Morgan)
Lian-Shin Yang
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Using the Mysteron pulsator recovered from the complex in Crater 101, Dr Kurnitz has developed a transmission device with which Colonel White attempts to contact the Mysterons and sue for peace.

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9 February 1968 (UK)  »

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The Mysterons: [replying to Colonel White's message] This is the voice of the Mysterons. Your message has been analysed and it has been decided to allow one member of Spectrum to meet our representative. If you agree you must carry out the following instructions. Any deviation and the arrangement will be cancelled. The member of Spectrum must not carry and weapons or communication equipment of any kind. He will fly on a course of one-two-four magnetic from Cloudbase's present position. Further instructions ...
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Edited into Revenge of the Mysterons from Mars (1981) See more »

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A light at the end of the tunnel?
12 October 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Picking up directly from the events in 'Crater 101', 'Dangerous Rendezvous' offers Spectrum the opportunity to interact with the Mysterons' colony on Mars and actually progress this war of nerves (as opposed to having our heroes just wait around for a threat to react to).

A great deal of the episode is just filler, with Colonel White explaining their cap radio system and how the Angels work (all of this is obvious by now). The real action is held until the third act, wherein Scarlet must escape with his life and warn Cloudbase it's about to blow.

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But from the get-go, the promise of negotiating a peace treaty is clearly a trap. Even so, if the Mysterons string Spectrum along all that way only to try to kill everybody in the end, that means there was never going to be any peace. For that reason, even with its flawed pacing, this is one of the darkest episodes of the series. Just a fatalistic sucker punch right there.

7/10


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