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Their son, Gerry Anderson Jr. By that time, production had started on a new series, Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons , which saw the advent of more realistic marionette characters which, thanks to improvements in electronics which allowed miniaturisation of the lip-sync mechanisms, could now be built closer to normal human proportions.

Century 21's second feature film, Thunderbird 6 , was also unsuccessful, and the problems were compounded by their next and penultimate Supermarionation series, Joe 90 This series returned to more 'kid-friendly' territory, depicting the adventures of a young boy who is also a secret agent and whose scientist father uses a supercomputer called 'BIG RAT' which can 'program' Joe with special knowledge and abilities for his missions.

Its relatively poor reception made it the last of the classic Anderson marionette shows. Anderson's next project took the special effects expertise built up over previous TV projects and combined it with live action.

Century 21's third feature film, Doppelgänger a. Journey to the Far Side of the Sun was a dark, Twilight Zone -style sci-fi project about an astronaut who travels to a newly discovered planet on the opposite side of the sun, which proves to be an exact mirror-image of Earth, starring American actor Roy Thinnes.

Although it was not a major commercial success, Doppelgänger was nominated for an Academy Award for its special effects. Century 21's return to television was the abortive series The Secret Service , which this time mixed live action with Supermarionation.

The series was inspired by Anderson's love of British comedian Stanley Unwin , who was known for his nonsense language, 'Unwinese', which he created and used on radio, in film and most famously on the Small Faces LP Ogdens' Nut Gone Flake.

Despite Anderson's track record and Unwin's popularity, the series was cancelled before its first screening; Lew Grade considered that it would be incomprehensible to American audiences, and thus unsellable.

UFO was more adult in tone than any of Anderson's puppet series, and mixed Century 21's signature futuristic action-adventure and special effects with serious dramatic elements.

UFO was the last series made under the Century 21 Productions banner. During production of UFO , Gerry Anderson was approached directly by Harry Saltzman at the time co-producer of the James Bond film series with Albert "Cubby" Broccoli , and was invited to write and produce the next film in the series, which was to be Moonraker.

This film used only the title of the actual Ian Fleming novel. Anderson started legal proceedings against Broccoli for plagiarism of story elements but withdrew the action shortly after, nervous of the legal might lined up against him.

By the time UFO concluded, the relationship between the Andersons had deteriorated. Although produced under the aegis of a new company, Group Three Productions the three being both of the Andersons and Reg Hill , Anderson decided not to work with his wife on his next project, the ITC action series The Protectors.

It was one of Anderson's few non-original projects. Lew Grade himself was heavily involved in the programme, and cast both the lead actors, Robert Vaughn and Nyree Dawn Porter.

The production was difficult for Anderson, who clashed with the famously difficult Vaughn. It was also the first live-action series produced by Anderson to survive to a second season.

Following The Protectors , Anderson worked on several new projects, none of which he was able to take into production. A proposed second series of UFO was not undertaken, and a return to marionettes in the television pilot for a series called The Investigator failed to find a buyer.

Elements of the abandoned second series of UFO were eventually turned into what became the most expensive television series ever made at that time, Space: Another futuristic science-fiction adventure, it was based on the premise that a huge thermonuclear explosion on the Moon's surface caused by the storage of nuclear waste there projected the Moon out of orbit and into interplanetary space.

They were cast at the insistence of Grade, and against Sylvia Anderson's strenuous objections. The Andersons' marriage broke down irretrievably during the first series of Space: in ; Gerry announced his intention to separate on the evening of the wrap party.

Between making the two series of Space: , Anderson produced a one-off television special, The Day After Tomorrow also known as Into Infinity , about two spacefaring families en route to Alpha Centauri , for an NBC series of programmes illustrating current scientific theory for popular consumption.

While making this project, Anderson met Mary Robins b. Space: was successful enough that a second and final series went into production in with American producer Fred Freiberger brought in to replace Sylvia Anderson.

Freiberger was known for producing the final season of the original Star Trek. Under Freiberger the series underwent a number of cast and cosmetic changes.

Space: marked the end of Anderson's association with ATV. By the late s, Anderson's life and career were at a low point: he was in financial difficulty, found it hard to get work, and he experienced family difficulties.

During December , Gerry and Sylvia's marriage was officially over, and they divorced. These aired under the title Super Space Theatre.

The new company's first production was based on an unrealised concept devised by Anderson in the late s for a Japanese cartoon series.

Terrahawks marked Anderson's return to working with puppets, but rather than marionettes this series used a new system dubbed 'Supermacromation' which used highly sophisticated glove puppets—an approach inspired by the advances in this form of marionation made by Jim Henson and his colleagues.

Terrahawks ran successfully from to in the UK but fell short of a four-year American syndication deal by one season when the show was cancelled.

Terrahawks retains a cult following to this day. Anderson had claimed on record that he would rather forget the show. Anderson hoped to continue his renewed success with a series called Space Police , a new show mixing live action and puppets.

The Space Police name had already been registered by another company, so Anderson's programme eventually emerged in as Space Precinct.

A pilot film had previously been made with Shane Rimmer , but it took almost ten years to get the concept to the screen.

In the meantime, Anderson and Burr produced the cult stop-motion animated series Dick Spanner , which enjoyed many showings on the British Channel 4 in the late s and early s.

It was the final project completed by Anderson Burr. Anderson then joined the Moving Picture Company as a commercials director, and provided special effects direction for the musical comedy Return to the Forbidden Planet.

The cult appeal of Thunderbirds and the other Supermarionation series grew steadily over the years and was celebrated by comedy and stage productions such as the hit two-man stage revue Thunderbirds FAB.

In the early s, ITC began releasing home video versions of the Supermarionation shows, and the profile of the shows was further enhanced by productions such as the Dire Straits music video for their single " Calling Elvis ", which was made as an affectionate Thunderbirds pastiche with Anderson co-producing , and by Lady Penelope and Parker appearing in a series of UK advertisements for Swinton Insurance.

In Gerry asked journalist and author Simon Archer to write his biography, following an interview by the latter for a series of articles for Century 21 magazine.

In September that year in the UK, BBC2 began a repeat showing of Thunderbirds , which rivalled the success of its original run a generation before.

This was also surprisingly the series' network television premiere, having never been shown nationally by ITV. It became so popular in Britain that toy manufacturers Matchbox were unable to keep up with the demand for the Tracy Island playset, leading children's show Blue Peter to broadcast a segment showing children how to construct their own for a second time, the first being during the original run.

The fan base for the Anderson shows was now worldwide and growing steadily, and Anderson found himself in demand for personal and media appearances [ citation needed ].

In response to this greater demand Anderson performed a successful one-man show in , which Archer had written and constructed.

Entitled An Evening with Gerry Anderson , it took the form of an illustrated lecture in which he talked about his career, and his most popular shows.

He also made numerous media and personal appearances to tie in with revivals and video cassette releases of Stingray , Thunderbirds , Captain Scarlet and Joe He joked that, despite his career of making children's programming, the "real tragedy of my life" was that his own son Jamie appearing with him was a Doctor Who fanatic.

The renewed interest enabled Anderson to return to television production, but several projects including GFI an animated update of Thunderbirds did not make it into production.

Finally, in , Anderson was able to get Space Precinct into production. It was followed by Lavender Castle , a children's sci-fi fantasy series combining stop-motion animation and computer-generated imagery.

In the meantime, the biography, which had been set aside since Archer's death, had been picked up again and was completed by Stan Nicholls from Archer's original notes and manuscript, finally being published in shortly before Lavender Castle went into production.

Around this time Anderson was reunited with his elder son, Gerry Jr. Anderson reportedly experienced powerful feelings of animosity toward his ex-wife Sylvia at the idea she had been responsible for his enforced estrangement from his son.

By December , Anderson was working on plans for a computer animated sequel to Captain Scarlet , and he showed early test reels at a few fan conventions.

These reels had the visual design and characters looking very much as they had in the original show, although the vehicle designs had been somewhat modernised.

Several years after the initial tests the project evolved into the remake Gerry Anderson's New Captain Scarlet , by which time the entire appearance had been significantly updated.

Anderson was made a Member of the Order of the British Empire in Along with his then business partner John Needham, Anderson created another new series entitled Firestorm , financed by Japanese investors and featured anime style animation.

Other planned shows with other Japanese backers, including Eternity failed to come to fruition. Firestorm sold throughout S.

Anderson and Needham parted company in Anderson was originally approached to be involved in a live-action feature film adaptation of Thunderbirds as far back as , [18] but he was actually turned away by the producers of the film Thunderbirds , which was directed by Jonathan Frakes , after first being invited to meet with them.

The film received poor critical reviews and was unsuccessful at the US box-office. Anderson disliked the film, describing it as "the biggest load of crap I have ever seen in my life".

Broadcaster ITV incorporated episodes into an existing children's show and showed it in two halves, separated by games and adverts.

Disappointing merchandising sales followed. The accompanying comic lasted only six editions before being scrapped by its publishers.

Anderson's displeasure at ITV's handling of the show was widely reported. In June it was publicised that Anderson had been diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease.

Anderson died in his sleep on 26 December at the age of 83 after a diagnosis of dementia. He died peacefully in his sleep at midday today 26th December , having suffered with mixed dementia for the past few years.

He was Voice actor Matt Zimmerman who voiced Alan Tracy and supporting characters in Thunderbirds spoke to BBC News about Anderson's death praising his work saying "it's a big part of people's lives" saying also that "people speak of the shows with such affection, and I held Gerry with that kind of affection as well.

I am very pleased to have known him and I feel very sorry for Jamie and his wife Mary. Ross tweeted "For men of my age his work made childhood an incredible place to be.

He had a great sense of humour. Fanderson chairman Nick Williams paid tribute to Anderson by saying "To those who met him Gerry was a quiet, unassuming but determined man.

His desire to make the best films he could drove him and his talented teams to innovate, take risks, and do everything necessary to produce quite inspirational works.

Gerry's legacy is that he inspired so many people and continues to bring so much joy to so many millions of people around the world.

The Humanist funeral was announced for Friday 11 January at Reading crematorium. His son Jamie went on to say that his father expressed his desire to let fans of the shows attend his funeral, alongside friends, family and cast members.

Jamie also spoke about the number of messages sent by fans, saying, "We have been so touched by the outpouring of sympathy from all over the world.

We have had messages from India, Uganda, Australia — and from people aged between seven to It is so nice to know how my father touched people's lives across all the continents.

He was so torn apart by his illness. Anderson was cremated, following a ceremony that brought together hundreds of colleagues, family and fans.

Anderson's coffin was decorated with a floral Thunderbird 2 as his body was taken into the service, where musical scores of the Thunderbirds theme tune and "Aqua Marina" from Stingray were played.

Also in attendance was Shane Rimmer , who voiced Scott Tracy in Thunderbirds ; he spoke about his time on the show, saying, "It was a truly unique experience.

Gerry's office was like the Oval Office at The White House at times, such was the mystique of the place. Thunderbirds really broke a mould as it was one of the first TV shows that had appeal on both sides of the Atlantic.

On 25 March , in an announcement on the official Gerry Anderson website, Anderson's younger son Jamie announced that a number of projects that Anderson had been unable to finish during his lifetime were being developed by his company Anderson Entertainment and would be financed primarily through Kickstarter crowdfunding.

The first novel, Black Orchid , was published in An info-commercial style advertising campaign for Blue Car European coach tours show during in fifteen minute segments on British television.

Over the years, various British comics have featured strips based on Anderson's creations. In the s there was Countdown later renamed TV Action.

There were also tie-in annuals that were produced each year featuring Anderson's TV productions. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

For other people named Gerry Anderson, see Gerry Anderson disambiguation. Bloomsbury , London, England. Oxfordshire , England.

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Related Videos. Alternate Names: G. Anderson Gerald Anderson. Edit Did You Know? Personal Quote: I've always been interested in the idea of space exploration.

When I was younger it was just a dream, but the theory of rockets being able to travel through space was very much alive.

I found it very exciting. Trivia: His early work experience prior to becoming the master of "supermarionation" included being a fibrous plasterer which he had to give up, because the lime gave him dermatitis , portrait photography and a job in air traffic control.

He then joined the Ministry of Information as a film trainee and subsequently became a cutter at Gainsborough. During the production of Thunderbirds the Andersons' marriage began to come under increasing strain, and the company also had a setback when the feature film Thunderbirds Are GO surprisingly flopped.

In later interviews, Anderson said that he considered divorce, but this was halted when Sylvia announced that she was pregnant.

Their son, Gerry Anderson Jr. By that time, production had started on a new series, Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons , which saw the advent of more realistic marionette characters which, thanks to improvements in electronics which allowed miniaturisation of the lip-sync mechanisms, could now be built closer to normal human proportions.

Century 21's second feature film, Thunderbird 6 , was also unsuccessful, and the problems were compounded by their next and penultimate Supermarionation series, Joe 90 This series returned to more 'kid-friendly' territory, depicting the adventures of a young boy who is also a secret agent and whose scientist father uses a supercomputer called 'BIG RAT' which can 'program' Joe with special knowledge and abilities for his missions.

Its relatively poor reception made it the last of the classic Anderson marionette shows. Anderson's next project took the special effects expertise built up over previous TV projects and combined it with live action.

Century 21's third feature film, Doppelgänger a. Journey to the Far Side of the Sun was a dark, Twilight Zone -style sci-fi project about an astronaut who travels to a newly discovered planet on the opposite side of the sun, which proves to be an exact mirror-image of Earth, starring American actor Roy Thinnes.

Although it was not a major commercial success, Doppelgänger was nominated for an Academy Award for its special effects.

Century 21's return to television was the abortive series The Secret Service , which this time mixed live action with Supermarionation.

The series was inspired by Anderson's love of British comedian Stanley Unwin , who was known for his nonsense language, 'Unwinese', which he created and used on radio, in film and most famously on the Small Faces LP Ogdens' Nut Gone Flake.

Despite Anderson's track record and Unwin's popularity, the series was cancelled before its first screening; Lew Grade considered that it would be incomprehensible to American audiences, and thus unsellable.

UFO was more adult in tone than any of Anderson's puppet series, and mixed Century 21's signature futuristic action-adventure and special effects with serious dramatic elements.

UFO was the last series made under the Century 21 Productions banner. During production of UFO , Gerry Anderson was approached directly by Harry Saltzman at the time co-producer of the James Bond film series with Albert "Cubby" Broccoli , and was invited to write and produce the next film in the series, which was to be Moonraker.

This film used only the title of the actual Ian Fleming novel. Anderson started legal proceedings against Broccoli for plagiarism of story elements but withdrew the action shortly after, nervous of the legal might lined up against him.

By the time UFO concluded, the relationship between the Andersons had deteriorated. Although produced under the aegis of a new company, Group Three Productions the three being both of the Andersons and Reg Hill , Anderson decided not to work with his wife on his next project, the ITC action series The Protectors.

It was one of Anderson's few non-original projects. Lew Grade himself was heavily involved in the programme, and cast both the lead actors, Robert Vaughn and Nyree Dawn Porter.

The production was difficult for Anderson, who clashed with the famously difficult Vaughn. It was also the first live-action series produced by Anderson to survive to a second season.

Following The Protectors , Anderson worked on several new projects, none of which he was able to take into production.

A proposed second series of UFO was not undertaken, and a return to marionettes in the television pilot for a series called The Investigator failed to find a buyer.

Elements of the abandoned second series of UFO were eventually turned into what became the most expensive television series ever made at that time, Space: Another futuristic science-fiction adventure, it was based on the premise that a huge thermonuclear explosion on the Moon's surface caused by the storage of nuclear waste there projected the Moon out of orbit and into interplanetary space.

They were cast at the insistence of Grade, and against Sylvia Anderson's strenuous objections. The Andersons' marriage broke down irretrievably during the first series of Space: in ; Gerry announced his intention to separate on the evening of the wrap party.

Between making the two series of Space: , Anderson produced a one-off television special, The Day After Tomorrow also known as Into Infinity , about two spacefaring families en route to Alpha Centauri , for an NBC series of programmes illustrating current scientific theory for popular consumption.

While making this project, Anderson met Mary Robins b. Space: was successful enough that a second and final series went into production in with American producer Fred Freiberger brought in to replace Sylvia Anderson.

Freiberger was known for producing the final season of the original Star Trek. Under Freiberger the series underwent a number of cast and cosmetic changes.

Space: marked the end of Anderson's association with ATV. By the late s, Anderson's life and career were at a low point: he was in financial difficulty, found it hard to get work, and he experienced family difficulties.

During December , Gerry and Sylvia's marriage was officially over, and they divorced. These aired under the title Super Space Theatre.

The new company's first production was based on an unrealised concept devised by Anderson in the late s for a Japanese cartoon series.

Terrahawks marked Anderson's return to working with puppets, but rather than marionettes this series used a new system dubbed 'Supermacromation' which used highly sophisticated glove puppets—an approach inspired by the advances in this form of marionation made by Jim Henson and his colleagues.

Terrahawks ran successfully from to in the UK but fell short of a four-year American syndication deal by one season when the show was cancelled.

Terrahawks retains a cult following to this day. Anderson had claimed on record that he would rather forget the show. Anderson hoped to continue his renewed success with a series called Space Police , a new show mixing live action and puppets.

The Space Police name had already been registered by another company, so Anderson's programme eventually emerged in as Space Precinct.

A pilot film had previously been made with Shane Rimmer , but it took almost ten years to get the concept to the screen.

In the meantime, Anderson and Burr produced the cult stop-motion animated series Dick Spanner , which enjoyed many showings on the British Channel 4 in the late s and early s.

It was the final project completed by Anderson Burr. Anderson then joined the Moving Picture Company as a commercials director, and provided special effects direction for the musical comedy Return to the Forbidden Planet.

The cult appeal of Thunderbirds and the other Supermarionation series grew steadily over the years and was celebrated by comedy and stage productions such as the hit two-man stage revue Thunderbirds FAB.

In the early s, ITC began releasing home video versions of the Supermarionation shows, and the profile of the shows was further enhanced by productions such as the Dire Straits music video for their single " Calling Elvis ", which was made as an affectionate Thunderbirds pastiche with Anderson co-producing , and by Lady Penelope and Parker appearing in a series of UK advertisements for Swinton Insurance.

In Gerry asked journalist and author Simon Archer to write his biography, following an interview by the latter for a series of articles for Century 21 magazine.

In September that year in the UK, BBC2 began a repeat showing of Thunderbirds , which rivalled the success of its original run a generation before.

This was also surprisingly the series' network television premiere, having never been shown nationally by ITV. It became so popular in Britain that toy manufacturers Matchbox were unable to keep up with the demand for the Tracy Island playset, leading children's show Blue Peter to broadcast a segment showing children how to construct their own for a second time, the first being during the original run.

The fan base for the Anderson shows was now worldwide and growing steadily, and Anderson found himself in demand for personal and media appearances [ citation needed ].

In response to this greater demand Anderson performed a successful one-man show in , which Archer had written and constructed.

Entitled An Evening with Gerry Anderson , it took the form of an illustrated lecture in which he talked about his career, and his most popular shows.

He also made numerous media and personal appearances to tie in with revivals and video cassette releases of Stingray , Thunderbirds , Captain Scarlet and Joe He joked that, despite his career of making children's programming, the "real tragedy of my life" was that his own son Jamie appearing with him was a Doctor Who fanatic.

The renewed interest enabled Anderson to return to television production, but several projects including GFI an animated update of Thunderbirds did not make it into production.

Finally, in , Anderson was able to get Space Precinct into production. It was followed by Lavender Castle , a children's sci-fi fantasy series combining stop-motion animation and computer-generated imagery.

In the meantime, the biography, which had been set aside since Archer's death, had been picked up again and was completed by Stan Nicholls from Archer's original notes and manuscript, finally being published in shortly before Lavender Castle went into production.

Around this time Anderson was reunited with his elder son, Gerry Jr. Anderson reportedly experienced powerful feelings of animosity toward his ex-wife Sylvia at the idea she had been responsible for his enforced estrangement from his son.

By December , Anderson was working on plans for a computer animated sequel to Captain Scarlet , and he showed early test reels at a few fan conventions.

These reels had the visual design and characters looking very much as they had in the original show, although the vehicle designs had been somewhat modernised.

Several years after the initial tests the project evolved into the remake Gerry Anderson's New Captain Scarlet , by which time the entire appearance had been significantly updated.

Anderson was made a Member of the Order of the British Empire in Along with his then business partner John Needham, Anderson created another new series entitled Firestorm , financed by Japanese investors and featured anime style animation.

Other planned shows with other Japanese backers, including Eternity failed to come to fruition.

Firestorm sold throughout S. Anderson and Needham parted company in

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