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Cmdr. W.L. Tremayne (Anthony Nicholls) in his office

Production Info
Director Leslie Norman
Story by
Screenplay by Dennis Spooner
Producer Monty Berman (Producer) and Johnny Goodman (Associate Producer)
Music Albert Elms
Cinematography Frank Watts
Editor Derek Chambers (as Derek Hyde-Chambers)
Production Code
Transmission Info
Season 1
Episode 14
Airdate 1 January 1969
Length
Guest Star(s)
Episode Production Order
Previous
Next
Episode Transmission Order
Previous Twelve Hours
Next The Gilded Cage

PlotEdit

When an atomic submarine, loaded with four nuclear weapons, is stolen by a new Nazi regime, the Champions find themselves racing against time to thwart the enemy plans to hold London hostage under nuclear threat![1]

Errors/ExplanationsEdit

Internet Movie DatabaseEdit

No errors listed

Cast and CrewEdit

(Taken from IMDB entry)[2]

Guest CastEdit

  • John Woodvine ... Lt. Kruger Haller
  • Reginald Marsh ... Capt. Conrad Schultz
  • Joseph Fürst ... Dr. Rudolf Mueller
  • Patricia English ... Suzanne Taylor
  • Ernst Walder ... Allbrecht
  • Gábor Baraker ... Innkeeper
  • Corbet Woodall ... Television interviewer (uncredited)

Episode CrewEdit

(In addition to those in infobox)

  • Casting by
    • Judith Jourd
  • Art Direction by
    • Charles Bishop
  • Makeup Department
    • Gerry Fletcher .... makeup supervisor
    • Patrick Grant .... hair stylist (as Pat Grant)
  • Production Management
    • Philip Aizlewood .... post-production supervisor
    • Malcolm Christopher .... production manager
  • Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
    • John Hough .... second unit director
    • Pat Kelly .... assistant director
  • Art Department
    • John Graysmark .... associate art director
    • Bill Greene .... construction manager
    • Sid Palmer .... production buyer
    • Brian Rider .... set dresser
    • A.J. Van Montagu .... scenic artist
  • Sound Department
    • Len Abbott .... sound recordist
    • David Bowen .... sound recordist (as Dave Bowen)
    • Jim Sibley .... sound editor
  • Special Effects by
    • Sydney Pearson .... special effects (as Sid Pearson)
  • Camera and Electrical Department
    • James Allen .... camera operator: second unit
    • Ted Hallows .... supervising electrician
    • John Winbolt .... camera operator
  • Costume and Wardrobe Department
    • Laura Nightingale .... wardrobe supervisor
  • Music Department
    • Deveril Goodman .... music editor
    • Tony Hatch .... composer: theme music
  • Other crew
    • Annabel Davis-Goff .... continuity

ReferencesEdit

  1. Puppets Playboys and Prisoners
  2. IMDB Entry
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