On 16 August 1983, a documentary team travelled to Bray Studios where Gerry Anderson was producing his latest sci-fi series, Terrahawks. Whilst their finished programme no longer exists, a vast mount of the original footage was recently discovered and can now finally be seen, many years later.
Terrahawks was Gerry Anderson’s big return to puppet series (his first in over a decade) and the resulting 39 episodes became very popular across the ITV regions. This unique documentary features behind the scenes footage of a scene being filmed, model work and exclusive interviews with producers Gerry Anderson and Christopher Burr, chief puppeteer Christine Glanville, model maker Nick Finlayson and many more.
This is a Region 2, PAL release and may not work outside of Europe unless you have a multi-region player.
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Great dvd going through the creation of an underrated gerry anderson series terrahawks. In fact it’s a great way to get a flavour of what the series is before ever seeing it.
I really did not know what to expect from this. The interview sections were nostalgic and interesting and I for one could listen to Gerry talking for hours on end and not be bored, but I was hoping there would be an a whole lot more content regarding the production, specifically the model and effects work which was very sparse indeed, I can understand why the Zeroids were not shown as the original program was aired before the show was but with regard to the other models even if there had been a short clip inserted of a given vehicle or ship as it was discussed it would have added greatly to the enjoyment of remembering what really is a very underrated Anderson production.