Video Review: 'Thunderbirds (Sets 1 and 2)' | EW.com

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Thunderbirds Falling somewhere between the Flowbee and the Human Genome Project on the scale of human achievement is Supermarionation, the wonderfully bizarre...Thunderbirds Falling somewhere between the Flowbee and the Human Genome Project on the scale of human achievement is Supermarionation, the wonderfully bizarre...2001-03-02

Falling somewhere between the Flowbee and the Human Genome Project on the scale of human achievement is Supermarionation, the wonderfully bizarre puppet technology created by sci-fi auteur Gerry Anderson. And nowhere was this process better put to use than in Thunderbirds, a terrific ’60s TV series with plotlines (usually a variation on spaceship-in-distress) all but guaranteed to send an 8-year-old’s pulse racing. The dozen episodes presented in these two sets prove – sniff – you can go home again. A

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