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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
Certain characters had their nationalities changed from the portrayals of their characters in the 1960s series. Captain Scarlet became a British/American national as opposed to his tradition purely English roots, while Destiny Angel dropped her obvious French background to become an English girl (with British/American nationality) in this newer version. See more »
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 »
Gerry Andisons does it again! 9.8/10 "Fun for all"
What a ride, this new creation of G. Andison is a great hit! I loved every polygon moment of this, not only the graphics that adds a distinct look to this but the ever unfolding plots of the episodes.
A bit violent for the kids though, but the only bad thing is you could only see it in that MOM show which was annoying! You sit there watching a load of other stuff, it takes two hours just to see the first part of Captain Scarlet, it even has a commercial break! Oh well it was worth the wait.
I'm now waiting for the DVD of it so I can watch it probably with no interruptions.
GOOD WORK GERRY!
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