Pod 99: Paul Franklin reveals an aborted Thunderbirds project - The Gerry Anderson Podcast

Episode 99

Published on:

4th May 2020

Pod 99: Paul Franklin reveals an aborted Thunderbirds project

Paul Franklin, the Oscar winning visual effects supervisor and consultant, reveals information about an aborted Thunderbirds movie, plus gives us his thoughts on which Gerry Anderson series he would remake.

1:00 Introductory ceremonies

4:25 FAB Facts

11:00 Messages from the Podsterons

16:13 Gerry Anderson News

25:00 More Podsteron messages

32:15 Paul Franklin interview part two

1:14:30 More Podsteron emails and messages

1:17:40 Chris Dale's latest Randomiser. Could it be the worst one EVER?

1:41:30 Wrapping things up for our last double digit pod!


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About the Podcast

The Gerry Anderson Podcast
Thunderbirds, Captain Scarlet, Space: 1999 and much much more...
Enter the incredible worlds of Gerry Anderson and his incredible shows like Thunderbirds, Captain Scarlet, Space:1999, Terrahawks and many more. A weekly podcast hosted by Richard James and Jamie Anderson.

News, facts, trivia, competitions and 'The Randomiser' - an episode-by-episode journey through six decades of Gerry Anderson shows!

About your hosts

Jamie Anderson

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Producer, writer and director. CEO of Anderson Entertainment. Son of Thunderbirds, Captain Scarlet, and Space: 1999 creator - the late Gerry Anderson.

Chris Dale

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Richard James

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Playing Officer Orrin in Gerry Anderson's last live action series 'Space Precinct' clearly wasn't enough to put Richard off the worlds of Gerry Anderson!

As well as co-hosting the Gerry Anderson Podcast and the almost-monthly Facebook, Twitch, Periscope and Youtube broadcast, FabLive, Richard has also taken parts in the audio series 'Terrahawks' and the pilot minisode for the forthcoming 'Gerry Anderson's Firestorm'.