Instant and beautifully clear nostalgia. Like all the early series on TV stereotypes abound but that is part of the experience and knowing better as you get older. Great fun and memories of great clarity.
While this is a fun and enjoyable show to watch it is also a very special moment for tv and Gerry's career. This was the first time the new puppet technology, later to become Supermarionation, was introduced. I find it interesting to watch, knowing how Gerry's film making career would later progress from this to much later.
Tex tucker and pals at their best. A lovely reminder of 1 of the first Anderson constructions. My husbands favourite as he remembers saying the Chiefs chant whilst a young boy. Great
As a GA fan you have to take consideration for the audience and the technology they had at that time, it was best they could do then, the stories are simple, limited effects, but camera work first class, working with 3D puppets and model sets and keeping it in focus at close range could not have been easy, non the less the episodes are a timeless piece of Gerrys film history and his stories still hold strong and entertaining at whatever age you are.