Captain Scarlet and the other members of a secret organization fights against an unseen alien race known as The Mysterons.


Gerry Anderson




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Series cast summary:
Wayne Forester Wayne Forester ...  Captain Scarlet / ... 26 episodes, 2005
Robbie Stevens Robbie Stevens ...  Captain Blue / ... 26 episodes, 2005
Mike Hayley ...  Colonel White / ... 26 episodes, 2005
Jules de Jongh Jules de Jongh ...  Lieutenant Green / ... 25 episodes, 2005
Nigel Plaskitt Nigel Plaskitt ...  Captain Black / ... 25 episodes, 2005
Emma Tate Emma Tate ...  Destiny Angel / ... 24 episodes, 2005
Julia Braams Julia Braams ...  Captain Ochre / ... 14 episodes, 2005
Jeremy Hitchen Jeremy Hitchen ...  Albatross Pilot / ... 13 episodes, 2005


Gerry Anderson's classic cult 1960s TV series, 'Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons' is back on our screens in the most impressive animated series to hit kids' TV this century. Now called 'Gerry Anderson's New Captain Scarlet' it now uses motion-capture CGI instead of Puppets which gives each character much more believability and enables each episode to be packed with break-neck action and stunning visuals as well as breath-taking scenes,mind-blowing action and dramatic storylines in each 22-minute episode of Gerry Anderson's New Captain Scarlet it packs all the punch of a blockbuster movie. With production costs of $30 million across 26 episodes and produced in High Definition with Dolby 5.1 Surround Sound, New Captain Scarlet brings the cinema experience directly into the home. When a mysterious extraterrestrial signal is detected emanating from Mars, the world security organization known as Spectrum sends agents Captain Scarlet and Captain Black to investigate. The two men soon ... Written by DanDud2

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Leading the fight one man fate has made indestructible his name Captain Scarlet. See more »


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The first two episodes have a different look compared to the rest of the series because they were made by a different production company. See more »

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When first aired on T.V most violence such as fist fights, Punches and Kicks are edited out, the DVD's are uncut. See more »


Remake of Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons (1967) See more »

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Might be as good as the original.
19 February 2005 | by MrTAToadSee all my reviews

More of a "re-animation" of the original, rather than an original take on the original Captain Scarlet, Gerry Anderson is back with more of a whimper than a bang.

First of, its currently shown in a children's Saturday morning show (Ministry of Mayhem), split in two between games and with a preview at the start of the second part. Secondly the transmission times keep changing (anything from 10:30am to 11am) Thirdly, the episodes seem to be heavily edited as scenes jump from one to another without any real reason. Lastly, there is usually a fairly annoying scrolling message during the first showing of the program.

The CGI for the most part is pretty good, with detail on hair, engine thrusts etc. Unfortunately in parts its also pretty poor - lip animation seems to be very limited, with no real changes of mouth shapes, depending on what words are said.

The actual script is pretty good, although it can be a little tacky in parts.

Whether it would be better to wait until later in the year to get the DVD set, and hopefully a better transmission time, will depend on whether you can stand MoM.

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