When the Mysterons threaten to sabotage a vital conference at Lake Toma in Switzerland, Scarlet and Blue are assigned to escort the world's leading astrophysicist, Dr. Conrad, to Geneva.

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Sylvia Anderson ...
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Captain Blue / Narrator (voice) (as Edward Bishop)
Gary Files ...
Photographer Joe / Flight Desk (voice)
Cy Grant ...
Donald Gray ...
Elizabeth Morgan ...
Destiny Angel / Airport Tannoy (voice) (as Liz Morgan)
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Captain Scarlet (voice)
David Healy ...
Dr. Conrad (voice)
Janna Hill ...
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Martin King ...
Bill Williams (voice)
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Lian-Shin Yang ...
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(voice) (as Charles Tingwell) (credit only)
Jeremy Wilkin ...
Captain Ochre / Reporter Harry (voice)
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When the Mysterons threaten to sabotage a vital conference at Lake Toma in Switzerland, Scarlet and Blue are assigned to escort the world's leading astrophysicist, Dr. Conrad, to Geneva.

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1 March 1968 (UK)  »

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(19 minutes into the episode): Destiny Angel is seen speaking in Rhapsody Angel's voice with the line "Captain Scarlet and Captain Blue have taken the controls, but the jet is not responding". See more »

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The Mysterons: This is the voice of the Mysterons. We know that you can hear us Earthmen. The conference at Lake Toma will be sabotaged. We know what you are trying to do but you will not succeed.
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Not so friendly skies
13 October 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Captains Blue and Scarlet are tasked with safely transporting a scientist to a conference in Switzerland, using a commercial jet to keep a low profile; they'd bought out the plane and are the only passengers. Seems reasonable to me, but common sense starts to stumble when they gain the attract the interest of two newsmen before the flight. Their role in the story is to make trouble, but Blue and Scarlet never bother to check the cockpit and are shocked to find there's no one flying the plane. C'mon, you guys are pilots, not to mention security people; isn't that the first thing you'd check on before takeoff? You need reporters to clue you into that?

Despite this, I do like the episode. I'm no avionics expert, but that's a sweet airliner. And Scarlet gets to go out a hero to civilians after crash-landing the plane. But this also has one of the show's funnier moments: Blue singing in the shower while Scarlet orders room service. Ah, the innocent homoerotic '60s.

7/10


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