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Another brilliant Supermarionation" show from series creator extraordinaire Gerry Anderson, chronicling the adventures of an amazing car that can travel through the ocean and even into space! Includes all 39 episodes plus extras. 5 DVDs. 1961/color/17 hrs/NR/fullscreen.
Deep in the heart of the Nevada desert, the brilliant Professor Popkiss and his colleague Dr. Baker created Supercar, "The Marvel of the Age." Capable of racing from the depths of the ocean to the edge of space, this extraordinary vehicle takes the heroic pilot Mike Mercury and his precocious sidekick Jimmy Gibson on a never-ending series of thrilling adventures.
The first fully developed Supermarionation series from producer Gerry Anderson (Thunderbirds, Stingray), SUPERCAR established his winning formula of futuristic vehicles, high adventure, and advanced puppetry techniques. Now, all 39 episodes are collected in this five-DVD collector's set. Each show is digitally mastered and restored and presented in its original broadcast order.
By the time it finished its second and final season, Gerry and Sylvia Anderson had solidified the whiz-bang marionettes-and-machinery formula that would launch them into the... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Colten
Here, I'm revisiting my childhood. A good series for its time. I do love it. In fact, I love almost everything Gerry Anderson has done. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Glen A. Gill
I don't remember this as a child, but will check it out.Published 3 months ago by Patricia P. Mincy
Great Gerry Anderson fun. A must have set at a good price. Black and white episodes that were ahead of it's time. Nicely bound DVD set. Brought back so many memories. ... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Bill W.
I love getting up early on Sunday morning... Drink coffee and watch an episode!!! Fantastic!Published 6 months ago by cle
Brings back great memories from my childhood. The quality is excellent, even better than I remember it on our family TV.Published 6 months ago by Keith G Pustelak