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Thunderbirds: 40th Anniversary - Episodes 1-3 [UMD Mini for PSP]
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The first three episodes of the classic 1960s children's series. The year is 2065. The location is a secret island base. The Tracy family run International Rescue - a top secret organisation whose ongoing mission is to aid humanity. With the support of five incredible Thunderbirds craft, the London agent Lady Penelope Creighton-Ward (voice of Sylvia Anderson), her butler and former safe-cracker Parker (David Graham), and genius Brains (Graham), the Tracy family battle the forces of evil. In 'Trapped In The Sky', criminal mastermind the Hood (Ray Barrett), puts a bomb on a plane. International Rescue must foil the Hood's evil plans and, at the same time, save Tin-Tin (Christine Finn), who is on board. In 'Pit Of Peril', the Sidewinder, a revolutionary mobile army unit, disappears underground during testing. Brains concocts an elaborate and risky scheme to rescue the men on board. Finally, in 'The Perils Of Penelope', Professor Borender, an important scientist, and Lady Penelope are both abducted. The dastardly captors tie Penelope to a railway line to force the scientist into revealing his secrets.
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The UMD version is crisp and clear on the PSP, excellent sound and clarity of image made this a great little moment of nostalgia.