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The Day The Earth Froze (1964) Episode 033- Fireball XL5 Cartoon Episode Guide The Day The Earth Froze

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Anderson Provis Films, ITC Paul Maxwell, David Graham, Sylvia Anderson, Gerry Anderson, John Bluthal Gerry Anderson, Reg Hill , Barry Gray
  • 1964
  • Anderson Provis Films, ITC
  • Carlton International Media Ltd
  • Fireball XL5 Episode Guide
  • Cartoon Characters: Colonel Steve Zodiac, Lieutenant Ninety, Professor Matt Matic, Zoonie, Venus, Robert, Commander Zero.
  • Vocal Talent: Paul Maxwell (Colonel Steve Zodiac), David Graham (Lieutenant Ninety, Professor Matt Matic, Zoonie), Sylvia Anderson (Venus), Gerry Anderson (Robert), John Bluthal (Commander Zero).
  • Produced By Gerry Anderson.
    Associate Producer: Reg Hill.
  • Written By Alan Fennell, Dennis Spooner.

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  • Special Effects: Derek Meddings.

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Fireball XL27 has been attacked by what appears to be a coma-cannon. The crew are unconcious, but a note in the pilot's hand reading "PLANET ZAVIA, DANGER" leads...  (more)

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