Fireball XL5

Season 1 Episode 3

Space Immigrants

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Aired Sunday 4:25 PM Nov 11, 1962 on ITV
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Venus and Prof. Matic are about to set off in the Mayflower 3 to colonise the nearby planet, New Earth. But the Advance Scout has been kidnapped by two evil midgets who plan to hold the new immigrants captive.

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    David Graham

    David Graham

    Professor Mattew "Matt" Matic / Lieutenant 90 / Zoony

    Sylvia Anderson

    Sylvia Anderson

    Dr. Venus

    Paul Maxwell

    Paul Maxwell

    Colonel Steve Zodiac

    John Bluthal

    John Bluthal

    Commander Wilbur Zero / Jock Campbell

    Gerry Anderson

    Gerry Anderson

    Robert the Robot (uncredited)

    David Graham

    David Graham

    Minodor

    Guest Star

    John Bluthal

    John Bluthal

    Minotran / Captain Ken Ross

    Guest Star

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    • TRIVIA (3)

      • As Matt inspects the operating theatre he set up, the reflection of a stagehand can be seen in the window behind him.

      • When the Lillispatians use their camera to view Space City, they zoom in on the Atlantic Ocean just off the coast of Argentina. However this contradicts Space City's location as given in "The Sun Temple", which showed it on the other side of South America in the Pacific Ocean off the coast of Chile.

      • Given the miniature size of Minodor and Minotran, how could they have successfully tackled and tied up Lt. Ross, who is fifty times their size?

    • QUOTES (0)

    • NOTES (1)

      • According to this episode, Lt. Ross is still in command of Fireball XL7, despite the fact that it was cut up for scrap in "Space Magnet".

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • The names of the ships and planets involved in this story seem to refer to the first immigrants arriving in America from England aboard the Mayflower.

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