When the Mysterons threaten the life of the Supreme Commander of Earth Forces, Scarlet and Blue are assigned to escort him to SHEF HQ in New York

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Sylvia Anderson ...
Melody Angel (voice)
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Captain Blue / Narrator (voice) (as Edward Bishop)
Cy Grant ...
Donald Gray ...
Janna Hill ...
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Elizabeth Morgan ...
Destiny Angel / Harmony Angel (voice) (as Liz Morgan)
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Captain Scarlet (voice)
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Supreme Commander of Earth Forces (voice)
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Captain Hassel (voice) (as Charles Tingwell)
Jeremy Wilkin ...
Colonel Storm / Robot (voice)
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When the Mysterons threaten the life of the Supreme Commander of Earth Forces, Scarlet and Blue are assigned to escort him to SHEF HQ in New York

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22 December 1967 (UK)  »

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The Mysterons: This is the voice of the Mysterons. We know you can hear us Earthmen. We have not forgotten. We will destroy the Supreme Commander of Earth Forces within the 24 hours. Supreme Commander you have only 24 hours to live.
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Lethal ordnance
17 October 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

'Point 783' feels like fundamental "Captain Scarlet" - terrific effects work, Spectrum as a well-oiled security force and a distinct tinge of paranoia, this time as technological terror. Honestly, this comes off like the model guys build a sweet tank and wanted to see it screaming around the desert, blowing stuff up.

Aside from volunteering as tank fodder, Scarlet takes on a minimal role; this is Captain Blue's show. And while the Mysteron involvement is nothing special, this is one of the series more exciting episodes. It also shows how taken for granted Scarlet's healing powers are. Seeing the General take it out on Blue for their unhurried rescue of his body is kinda funny.

7/10


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