Joe McClaine is a normal nine-year-old boy – but with his stepfather's new invention he becomes something much more. Professor McClaine's BIG RAT machine can imprint another person's brain patterns on Joe, giving him the skills to fly a jet, become an astronaut or operate on someone's brain! Recruited by the World Intelligence Network, Joe quickly becomes their Most Special Agent!
On this disc:
Child of the Sun God
Trial at Sea
See You Down There
Project 90 Featuring brand new and previously unseen archive interviews this documentary charts the inception, production and reception of Gerry Anderson's penultimate Supermarionation series.
The Science of Joe 90 Is the Brain Impulse Galvanoscope Record and Transfer a realistic possibility? Could Joe 90 ever happen in the real world? It's probably more likely than you think...
WIN Briefing Sam Loover briefs the world governments on W.I.N's operational status and the latest progress on their most special agent's missions. Narrated by Keith Alexander.
Lone-Handed 90: Widescreen Version With its superbly cinematic model landscapes, this fan-favourite episode has been remastered in a 1.66:1 widescreen aspect ratio exclusively for this release. However many times you've seen this episode before you've never experienced it like this!
Special Glasses Tag/Special Glasses Recording Session A tag sequence appended to the opening titles by some ITV regions during the series' original transmission, intended as a warning to young viewers.
Textless Titles and Ad Break Clean titles and the end-of-part sequences used for the series' original transmissions on ITV.
Sugar Smacks Commercials Three contemporary Joe 90-realted adverts from 1968/1969.
The Amazing Adventures of Joe 90 and Trailer A rarity from 1981 - when episodes of television shows were only ever available in compilations! This was the first commercially available Joe 90 home video.
Image Galleries Several hundred images in High Definition - including rare behind-the-scenes shots and images from the Doug Luke archive.
Catalogue Number : 7958193
Number of Discs 1
Picture 1080p HD / 1.33:1
Sound Mono / English
Region A, B and C
Time 156 mins + extras
NOTE: Volumes 1, 2 and 3 of Joe 90 are NOT included in this box set but they are available in the store.
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I purchased this set along with the other three volumes and I am so glad I did. Not only was I blown away by the quality of the restoration work done on the episodes (I haven't watched Joe 90 in many many years!) but the contents in this deluxe box are just lovely and make me sorely regret having missed out on the Captain Scarlet set. Andrew Pixley, the man who is physically incapable of writing a thin book, has really put the work on the viewing notes for this show, with the same dedication he displays for other more 'grown-up' shows such as Callan. The comic is hugely entertaining with a few cheeky digs at TV21, and as a bonus it contains one of those legendary cutaway pictures from God himself, Graham Bleathman (some say he also does the odd People's Friend cover too)! Like many other people I was hoping the outer box would be printed up as Joe's briefcase, but the colour scheme and subtle design Network have gone with are very pleasing to the eye.