Titel: 1966 television series endings
The Flintstones, Thunderbirds, The Munsters, The Likely Lads, The Dick Van Dyke Show, The Amazing 3, Astro Boy, McHale's Navy, The Quick Draw McGraw Show, Perry Mason, The Marvel Super Heroes, Mister Ed.
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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 90. Chapters: The Flintstones, Thunderbirds, The Munsters, The Likely Lads, The Dick Van Dyke Show, The Amazing 3, Astro Boy, McHale's Navy, The Quick Draw McGraw Show, Perry Mason, The Marvel Super Heroes, Mister Ed, The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet, Raumpatrouille - Die phantastischen Abenteuer des Raumschiffes Orion, The Addams Family, Quick Before They Catch Us, My Favorite Martian, Rawhide, Tennessee Tuxedo and His Tales, The Patty Duke Show, My Mother the Car, The Donna Reed Show, Captain Pugwash, Shindig!, Hazel, Branded, Rainbow Quest, Ready Steady Go!, Gidget, Ben Casey, Dr. Kildare, Honey West, The Face Is Familiar, Camp Runamuck, The Smothers Brothers Show, Tammy, Burke's Law, Hank, The Long, Hot Summer, The Wackiest Ship in the Army, Sinbad Jr. and his Magic Belt, Mickie Finn's, The Jimmy Dean Show, Mister Roberts, The Bed-Sit Girl, The Farmer's Daughter, Marriage Lines, Hullabaloo, The Legend of Jesse James, Thank Your Lucky Stars, Talking to a Stranger, A Flame in the Wind, Chain Letter, Jericho, The Loner, The John Forsythe Show, The Jean Arthur Show, Shane, Redcap, Never Too Young, A Man Called Shenandoah, Mona McCluskey, Corazón salvaje, Pardon the Expression, Let's Play Post Office, Weavers Green, Shivaree, The !!!! Beat, The Trials of O'Brien, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Morning Star, Teen Town, BBC-3, Exploring, The Roger Miller Show. Excerpt: Thunderbirds is a British mid-1960s science fiction television show devised by Gerry and Sylvia Anderson and made by AP Films using a form of marionette puppetry dubbed "Supermarionation". The series followed the adventures of International Rescue, an organisation created to help those in grave danger using technically advanced equipment and machinery. The series focused on the head of the organisation, ex-astronaut Jeff Tracy, and his five sons who piloted the "Thunderbird" machines. Perennially popular, the series is still shown today and has inspired a number of subsequent television programmes and films. Thunderbirds was the fourth Supermarionation children's series made by AP Films (later Century 21 Productions). The logo of Supermarionation had previously been seen in the shows Supercar, Fireball XL5, and Stingray. Anderson came up with the concept for the series after hearing about a German mine disaster in 1963. The heavy equipment needed to rescue the miners was located far away-transportation time was a major hindrance in ensuring the survival of the miners. The "race against time" element is one of the recurring themes in Thunderbirds. The show's title derived from a letter written to his family by Anderson's older brother, while he was serving in the United States during World War II. In the letter, he referred to an American Air Force base called "Thunderbird Field". The working title, according to the trivia tracks used in Tech TV airings of the episodes, was simply "International Rescue." Many of the crew came directly from APF's previous production Stingray, but for Thunderbirds the crew was expanded, and was shot at A.P. Films' ever growing studio at Stirling Road, Slough, UK. It was APF's first one-hour series. Thunderbirds had been in production for several months when ITC Entertainment boss Lew Grade was shown the completed pilot episode, "Trapped in the Sky", and he was reportedly so excited with the result that he immediately instructed Anderso