Terrahawks-Volume 3 (1983)

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From the creator of Thunderbirds and Captain Scarlet comes Terrahawks, the eighties puppet science fiction series which relaunched Gerry Anderson's career for a new decade and a new legion of fans.
HAPPY MADEDAY Written by Tony Barwick, Directed by Tony Lenny
Moid, master of infinite disguise, travels to Earth. Hiro is forced to crash and Moid, disguised as Spacehawk's commander, takes his place. Zelda then launches a massive attack.
GUNFIGHT AT OAKY'S CORRAL Written by Tony Barwick, Directed by Tony Bell
After a gunfight between Zelda's cubes and Sergeant Major Zero in the Arizona desert, one cube escapes. Ninestein leads the chase and finds himself in a final shoot out.
THE UGLIEST MONSTER OF ALL Written by Tony Barwick, Directed by Tony Lenny
Zelda releases the ugliest monster of all from cryogenic storage. It is a cuddly space bear called Yuri which the Terrahawks take to their hearts not realising its strange and terrible powers.
THE GUN Written by Tony Barwick, Directed by Tony Bell
An unmanned space transporter returns to Earth carrying rare tungsten ore. It is a quarter of a million miles off course. The Terrahawks shoot it down but Zelda has other plans.
THUNDER PATH Written by Tony Barwick, Directed by Tony Lenny
The Overlander, the giant land train that brings supplies to the Terrahawks' secret base, is hijacked by Sram. The monster drives straight towards an oil refinery and must be stopped.
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Starring
Denise Bryer
Windsor Davis
Jeremy Hitchen
Anne Ridler
Ben Stevens
Directed by
Tony Lenny
Tony Bell
Music
Gerry Anderson
Christopher Burr
Richard Harvey
Genre Year Running Time Format Region Coding
Science Fiction 1983 116:30 (Case: 120) 576i (PAL) 1 2 3 4 5 6
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Full Frame
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English Dolby Digital 2.0 (224Kb/s)
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