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1 - Stingray

Original title : Stingray
First Aired : 04.10.1964 (UK)
Director : Alan Pattillo
Writing credits : Gerry Anderson, Sylvia Anderson
Cast : Don Mason (WSP General), Ray Barrett (WSP General / First WSP Officer / Power Plant Technician), Robert Easton (Second WSP Officer / First Aquaphibian / Second Aquaphibian)

The Story : Following the destruction of a WSP submarine, Troy and Phones are sent to investigate. They are soon captured by an enemy submarine in the form of a gigantic fish, which takes them to the underwater city Titanica. There, they meet Titan for the first time.

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2 - Plant Of Doom

Original title : Plant Of Doom
First Aired : 23.05.1965 (UK)
Director : David Elliott
Writing credits : Alan Fennell
Cast : David Graham (Aquaphibian)

The Story : Following the escape of his slave Marina, Titan plots revenge by planning to kill the Stingray crew with a deadly plant that gives off toxic fumes. Meanwhile, Marina is feeling homesick.

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3 - Sea Of Oil

Original title : Sea Of Oil
First Aired : 16.05.1965 (UK)
Director : John Kelly
Writing credits : Dennis Spooner
Cast : David Graham (Oink / Preston / Garrett / Rig Crewmember), Don Mason (Nevir), Ray Barrett (Jack), Robert Easton (Radio)

The Story : The Stingray crew are sent to investigate the mysterious destruction of oilrigs.

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4 - Hostages Of The Deep

Original title : Hostages Of The Deep
First Aired : 13.06.1965 (UK)
Director : Desmond Saunders
Writing credits : Alan Fennell
Cast : Ray Barrett (Gadus), David Graham (Admiral Carson / Maren) , Sylvia Anderson (Millie)

The Story : An underwater alien takes an ex-WASP admiral and his wife captive.

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5 - Treasure Down Below

Original title : Treasure Down Below
First Aired : 14.03.1965 (UK)
Director : Alan Pattillo
Writing credits : Dennis Spooner
Cast : Don Mason (Captain Black / Merchant / Rescue Launch 8), David Graham (Oink / Search Vessel 2), Ray Barrett (Ebrin), Robert Easton (Tral)

The Story : While the Stingray crew are on shore leave in Casablanca, a merchant sells Phones a map leading to ancient treasure. However, when Troy refuses to search for it, Marina secretly alters Stingray's course.

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6 - The Big Gun

Original title : The Big Gun
First Aired : 24.01.1965 (UK)
Director : David Elliott
Writing credits : Alan Fennell
Cast : Robert Easton (Korda), Don Mason (The Mighty Leader), Ray Barrett (Mauritimus) , Lois Maxwell (Tracking Station)

The Story : The Solistans want to take over the world by destroying the west coast of the USA with their attack sub, Big Gun 1. Stingray destroys the sub before it can do any damage. Hungry for revenge, the Solistans want to destroy Marineville so they launch Big Gun 2. Marineville survives and Stingray follows it back to it's deep sea base. With Marina's help they destroy the Solistans.

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7 - The Golden Sea

Original title : The Golden Sea
First Aired : 03.01.1965 (UK)
Director : John Kelly
Writing credits : Dennis Spooner
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The Story : Professor Darren has developed a way to make gold from minerals on the sea bed. Agent X20 spies on the first test run and reports to Titan, who wants to destroy the Professor's bathyscape and Stingray in one go when Stingray calls to collect the gold and deliver supplies to the Professor. Troy manages to save the mining operation and outsmart Titan once again!

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8 - The Ghost Ship

Original title : The Ghost Ship
First Aired : 18.10.1964 (UK)
Director : Desmond Saunders
Writing credits : Alan Fennell
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9 - Count Down

Original title : Count Down
First Aired : 09.05.1965 (UK)
Director : Alan Pattillo
Writing credits : Dennis Spooner
Cast : David Graham (Security Guard)

The Story : As part of his plan to destroy Marineville, Surface Agent X20 infiltrates the base by posing as a professor who can teach mute people to speak. Then, unknowingly, Troy and Phones place Marina in his hands…

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10 - The Ghost Of The Sea

Original title : The Ghost Of The Sea
First Aired : 03.01.1965 (UK)
Director : David Elliott
Writing credits : Alan Fennell
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The Story : Commander Shore keeps having nightmares when he was crippled in a sea battle with an underwater craft five years ago and rescued by a mysterious stranger.

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11 - Emergency Marineville

Original title : Emergency Marineville
First Aired : 11.10.1964 (UK)
Director : John Kelly
Writing credits : Alan Fennell
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The Story : The Stingray crew track the launch site of missiles fired on Marineville to a volcanic island. However, on investigating, they are captured by the aliens responsible.

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12 - Subterranean Sea

Original title : Subterranean Sea
First Aired : 25.10.1964 (UK)
Director : Desmond Saunders
Writing credits : Alan Fennell
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The Story : The Stingray crew brave the perils of a newly-discovered underground sea when their shore leave is cancelled.

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13 - Loch Ness Monster

Original title : Loch Ness Monster
First Aired : 01.11.1964 (UK)
Director : Alan Pattillo
Writing credits : Dennis Spooner
Cast : David Graham (Admiral Denver / Oink / Andy MacGregor), Robert Easton (Jimmy MacGregor)

The Story : Commander Shore's friend Admiral Denver claims to have seen the Loch Ness Monster. As a result, the Stingray crew travel to Scotland to see if the legendary beast exists.

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14 - The Invaders

Original title : The Invaders
First Aired : 18.04.1965 (UK)
Director : David Elliott
Writing credits : Dennis Spooner
Cast : David Graham (Oink)

The Story : The Stingray crew fall into a trap at a weather station set by aliens.

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15 - Secret Of The Giant Oyster

Original title : Secret Of The Giant Oyster
First Aired : 11.04.1965 (UK)
Director : John Kelly
Writing credits : Alan Fennell
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The Story : After recovering a giant oyster, two explorers are captured by Troy in restricted waters. They persuade Commander Shore to let the Stingray crew help them collect it's pearl. However, the crew are unaware of their real intentions…

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16 - Raptures Of The Deep

Original title : Raptures Of The Deep
First Aired : 29.11.1964 (UK)
Director : Desmond Saunders
Writing credits : Alan Fennell
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The Story : While the Stingray crew go to the rescue of two crazy treasure hunters, Troy falls down a crevasse, runs out of air and goes into unconsciousness. When he comes to, he discovers he doesn't need breathing equipment to breathe and he is now the richest man in the world.

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17 - Stand By For Action

Original title : Stand By For Action
First Aired : 21.03.1965 (UK)
Director : Alan Pattillo
Writing credits : Dennis Spooner
Cast : Ray Barrett (Johnny Swoonara), David Graham (Marty)

The Story : A film crew arrive at Marineville to make a movie on Stingray. Everyone will play themselves except Troy, who is to be replaced by an actor. What's worse is that the director is in fact Surface Agent X20 who has a plan to kill Troy…

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18 - The Disappearing Ships

Original title : The Disappearing Ships
First Aired : 04.04.1965 (UK)
Director : David Elliott
Writing credits : Alan Fennell
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19 - The Man From The Navy

Original title : The Man From The Navy
First Aired : 15.11.1964 (UK)
Director : John Kelly
Writing credits : Alan Fennell
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The Story : Agent X20 sabotages a Navy test missile by loading it with real explosives. With the officer in charge facing a court-martial at the hands of Commander Shore, it is up to Troy to prove the man's innocence.

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20 - Marineville Traitor

Original title : Marineville Traitor
First Aired : 20.06.1965 (UK)
Director : Desmond Saunders
Writing credits : Alan Fennell
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The Story : Commander Shore is framed when a piece of equipment disappears from Marineville control. Troy places the commander under arrest but who would want to frame the commander and why doesn't Shore protest his innocence?

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21 - Tom Thumb Tempest

Original title : Tom Thumb Tempest
First Aired : 28.02.1965 (UK)
Director : Alan Pattillo
Writing credits : Alan Fennell
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The Story : While awaiting orders for a mission, Troy falls asleep. When he awakes, the Stingray crew are sent on the mission. Soon, they find themselves in a fish tank in a dining hall. The crew have shrunk! Titan and some underwater races have stolen plans for Marineville. Troy manages to call Commander Shore who doesn't believe their story, so the Stingray crew must come up with a plan to destroy the Marineville plans.

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22 - Pink Ice

Original title : Pink Ice
First Aired : 28.03.1965 (UK)
Director : David Elliott
Writing credits : Alan Fennell
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The Story : Reports come in from all over the world about pink ice. Whilst investigating, the Stingray crew become trapped in the rapidly freezing pink water.

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23 - The Master Plan

Original title : The Master Plan
First Aired : 30.05.1965 (UK)
Director : John Kelly
Writing credits : Alan Fennell
Cast : David Graham (Doctor)

The Story : During a Terror Fish attack, Stingray is damaged. When Troy goes to make repairs, an Aquaphibian poisons him with some purple liquid. At Marineville, the doctors can't find a cure. Without treatment, troy will die within four hours. Titan has the antidote but will only send it exchange for Marina. Commander Shore refuses but Marina makes up her mind and returns to Titanica. Titan keeps his word and sends the antidote. Once recovered, Troy must come up with a plan to rescue Marina.

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24 - Star Of The East

Original title : Star Of The East
First Aired : 14.02.1965 (UK)
Director : Desmond Saunders
Writing credits : Alan Fennell
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The Story : Eastern despot El Hudat wants to become a member of WASP. Just as he is about to join up, there is a revolt in his country and he is ousted from power. Angered, he blames WASP. El Hudat has an interest in Marina, so the dictator kidnaps her and takes her aboard his yacht causing the Stingray crew to save her.

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25 - An Echo Of Danger

Original title : An Echo Of Danger
First Aired : 22.11.1964 (UK)
Director : Alan Pattillo
Writing credits : Dennis Spooner
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26 - Invisible Enemy

Original title : Invisible Enemy
First Aired : 21.02.1965 (UK)
Director : David Elliott
Writing credits : Alan Fennell
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The Story : After a man found in a coma is brought into Marineville, the staff are soon found in a trance like state. Can this be connected with the man?

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27 - Deep Heat

Original title : Deep Heat
First Aired : 07.02.1965 (UK)
Director : John Kelly
Writing credits : Alan Fennell
Cast : David Graham (Turata / Tracking Station), Ray Barrett (Fragil)

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28 - In Search Of The Tajmanon

Original title : In Search Of The Tajmanon
First Aired : 13.12.1964 (UK)
Director : Desmond Saunders
Writing credits : Dennis Spooner
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29 - Titan Goes Pop

Original title : Titan Goes Pop
First Aired : 06.12.1964 (UK)
Director : Alan Pattillo
Writing credits : Alan Fennell
Cast : Ray Barrett (Duke Dexter / Third WSP), David Graham (Manager / First Security Guard / Jim), Don Mason (Television Compere / Main Gate Guard), Robert Easton (First WSP Officer)

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30 - Set Sail For Adventure

Original title : Set Sail For Adventure
First Aired : 08.11.1964 (UK)
Director : David Elliott
Writing credits : Dennis Spooner
Cast : David Graham (Admiral Denver)

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31 - Tune Of Danger

Original title : Tune Of Danger
First Aired : 27.12.1964 (UK)
Director : John Kelly
Writing credits : Alan Fennell
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32 - Rescue From The Skies

Original title : Rescue From The Skies
First Aired : 10.01.1965 (UK)
Director : Desmond Saunders
Writing credits : Dennis Spooner
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33 - The Cool Caveman

Original title : The Cool Caveman
First Aired : 31.01.1965 (UK)
Director : Alan Pattillo
Writing credits : Alan Fennell
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34 - A Nut For Marineville

Original title : A Nut For Marineville
First Aired : 25.04.1965 (UK)
Director : David Elliott
Writing credits : Gerry Anderson, Sylvia Anderson
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35 - Trapped In The Depths

Original title : Trapped In The Depths
First Aired : 02.05.1965 (UK)
Director : John Kelly
Writing credits : Alan Fennell
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36 - Eastern Eclipse

Original title : Eastern Eclipse
First Aired : 07.03.1965 (UK)
Director : Desmond Saunders
Writing credits : Alan Fennell
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The Story : The de-throned Ali Khali, brother of evil dictator El Hudat (who is in Marineville Jail) visits Marineville. Meanwhile, Surface Agent X20 helps El Hudat to escape from his imprisonment by swapping Ali Khali, who has an exact likeness, in his place. Commander Shore discovers the switch so the Stingray crew and Ali Khali give chase.

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37 - A Christmas To Remember

Original title : A Christmas To Remember
First Aired : 20.12.1964 (UK)
Director : Alan Pattillo
Writing credits : Dennis Spooner
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38 - The Lighthouse Dwellers

Original title : The Lighthouse Dwellers
First Aired : 17.01.1965 (UK)
Director : David Elliott
Writing credits : Alan Fennell
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39 - Aquanaut Of The Year

Original title : Aquanaut Of The Year
First Aired : 27.06.1965 (UK)
Director : Alan Pattillo
Writing credits : Gerry Anderson, Sylvia Anderson
Cast : David Graham (Presenter)

The Story : After receiving the ‘Aquanaut of the Year' award, Troy finds himself part of a ‘This is Your Life' programme where he reminisces on some of his greatest adventures.

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40 - Japanese Linking Material

Original title : Japanese Linking Material
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Director : Alan Pattillo
Writing credits : Alan Pattillo
Cast : David Graham (Admiral Denver)

The Story : Before going to a reunion dinner, Troy, Phones, Commander Shore, Marina, Atlanta and Admiral Denver watch videos of some of their adventures.

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