Thunderbirds

Season 2 Episode 7

Give or Take a Million

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Aired Thursday 8:00 PM Dec 25, 1966 on ITV
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Two bank robbers stow away on a rocket full of toys destined for a children's hospital.

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    Jeremy Wilkin

    Jeremy Wilkin

    Virgil Tracy

    David Graham

    David Graham

    Aloysius Parker/Brains/Kyrano/Gordon Tracy

    Peter Dyneley

    Peter Dyneley

    Jeff Tracy

    Ray Barrett

    Ray Barrett

    John Tracy

    Sylvia Anderson

    Sylvia Anderson

    Lady Penelope Creighton-Ward

    Christine Finn

    Christine Finn

    Grandma Tracy/Tin-Tin

    Charles "Bud" Tingwell

    Charles "Bud" Tingwell

    Dr. Lang / Tanner

    Guest Star

    Jeremy Wilkin

    Jeremy Wilkin

    Saunders / TV Reporter / 1st Santa

    Recurring Role

    David Graham

    David Graham

    Straker / Santa Leo

    Recurring Role

    Peter Dyneley

    Peter Dyneley

    Preston

    Recurring Role

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    • TRIVIA (5)

      • Goof: Thunderbird 2 takes off at Night but the footage of it taking off is in daylight.

      • Featured equipment:
        Thunderbirds 2, 3, 5; Christmas rocket

      • Goof: While Jeff has always insisted on utmost secrecy for the organization, such as using "Operation Coverup" to hide their identities from a visiting doctor in the first episode, he inexplicably told Nicky their real names, since Nicky calls him "Mr. Tracy" several times in the first scene and the team freely calls each other by their real names in Nicky's presence. Nicky also now knows much critical information about International Rescue, including how their base is disguised, how many people are in the organization and exactly what the Thunderbird vehicles look like and how they're launched, making Nicky potentially a massive security risk especially since his own identity as the contest winner was probably released to the press.

      • There are no rescues in this episode.

      • Following what is said in notes, Christmas Day in 2067 will be a Sunday. However, Tin-Tin tears a page off a calendar dated 2026 but Christmas Day will be a Friday in 2026. The 2026/2065 debate has continued for many years.

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    • NOTES (6)

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