The Lost Starfighter (1999)

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  • Cosgrove Hall Films, CPI, Gerry Anderson Productions
  • Distributed by: Thames Television
  • Cartoon Characters: Captain Thrice, Walking Stick, Roger, Isambard, Lyca, Sir Squeakalot, Sproggle, Dr. Agon, Trump.
  • Voice Actors: David Holt, Jimmy Hibbert, Kate Harbour, Rob Rackstraw.
  • Directed By Chris Taylor.
  • Produced By Gerry Anderson, Craig Hemmings, Brian Cosgrove, Chris Bowden.
  • Music: Crispin Merrell.
  • Originally Released on February 04, 1999.
  • Running Time: 10 minutes.
  • Production Number: 5
  • Color
  • United Kingdom  United Kingdom

Cartoon Summary:

By a trillion to one chance, the Paradox discovers Roger's old Starfighter, the Firefly, adrift in space. Isambard goes aboard to affect repairs, but it is the inexperienced Sproggle who is in the cockpit of the Starfighter when Dr. Agon's Mammoth Machine closes...  (more)

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Stop-Motion Animation.

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