Director(s)David Lane
Producer(s)Sylvia Anderson, Gerry Anderson (executive uncredited)
Top GenresAction, Adventure, Drama, Family, Science Fiction
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Thunderbirds Are GO (1966) was a Action - Science Fiction Film directed by David Lane and produced by Sylvia Anderson and Gerry Anderson.

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The first feature film to be shot using the Livingston Electronic Viewfinder Unit, also known as Add-a-Vision. This was basically an electronic viewfinder that could be used in conjunction with a Mitchell BNC Camera to take a television picture directly from the camera, enabling the staff of the entire unit to watch any scene being filmed on the television monitors.
Jeff calculates that as it is 11am on Tracy Island, it is 4pm in England and, indeed, Lady Penelope is just sitting down to tea. Unless the world's time zones have changed by 2067, this puts Tracy Island somewhere just off the coast of Chile or Peru.
Although very distinctly different, the appearances of both Scott Tracy and Paul Travers were based on Sean Connery by their respective modellers.
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