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Flight To Atlantica (1968) Episode 28- Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons Cartoon Episode Guide Flight To Atlantica

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  • Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons Cartoon Episode GuideEpisode GuideTelevisionSeriesCartoon
  • Traditional Animation
  • Century 21 Television, ITC
  • Cartoon Characters: Captain Scarlet, Captain Blue, Colonel White, Mysterons, Lieutenant Green, Captain Ochre, Symphony Angel, Commander Williams, Sergeant.
  • Voice Actors: Francis Matthews, Ed Bishop, Donald Gray, Cy Grant, Jeremy Wilkin, Janna Hill, Gary Files, Shane Rimmer.
  • Directed By Leo Eaton, Keith Lund.
  • Produced By Reg Hill, Gerry Anderson, John Read.
  • Music: Barry Gray.
  • Editor: John Beaton, Len Walter.
  • First Aired on April 30, 1968.
  • Originally Aired on ATV ATV (UK).
  • Running Time: 25 minutes.
  • Color
  • United Kingdom  United Kingdom

Cartoon Summary:


When the Mysterons threaten to destroy the World Navy Complex at Atlantica, Blue and Ochre fly a V17 Air Force bomber to destroy a wreck that has been sighted...  (more)

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