Category Archives: Stingray

1965 Television Show Book

Annual sized book contains features and photographs of TV shows around at the time.

Including:
Dr Kildare
Bonanza
Burke’s Law
The Beatles
Danger Man
Beverly Hillbillies
The Fugitive
Z Cars
Stingray
No Hiding Place
Ben Casey
Suger Foot
Rawhide
Gunsmoke
The Dakotas
The Saint
Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea
Gideon’s Way
Emergency Ward 10
Compact
Coronation Street
Redcap
The Human Jungle
77 Sunset Strip
Route 66
The Avengers

Television Stars Book Circa 1967

This Television star book is a veritable who’s who of TV stars of the year containing photographs or features off or on: The Saint, I Spy, Batman, The Man and Girl from U.N.C.L.E., Emergency Ward 10, The Human Jungle, The Munsters, The Power Game, The Avengers, The FBI (This is of interest to 77 Sunset strip fans as it is about Efrem Zibalist Jnr who stared in that), Take your Pick, Double your Money, The Prisoner, Morecambe and Wise (This features a photograph of Sean Connery visiting the lads on set), Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea, Supercar, Fireball XL5, Stingray, Thunderbirds, Bonanza, Honey West, Dr Finlay’s Casebook, The Baron, The Big Valley, T.H.E. Cat, Peyton place, Man in a suitcase, Public Eye, Lost in Space, The Virginian, Daktari, Get Smart, The Fugitive, No Hiding Place, Redcap.

There are several books or annuals of this type in the collection, but none have quite as an impressive selection of so many of this type of Cult TV show within their pages.

Published by Purnell & Sons ltd, no year is given but given the contents this has to be from around 1967.

Golden hour of Children’s T.V. Favourites LP

GH 547  Record published in 1972. Various artists play recording of children’s T.V. themes.

 
Side 1 Side 2
 01  Sesame Street  01  Doctor Who
 02  The Tra-La-La Song  02  Scooby Doo (Where Are You?)
 03  Medley (Play School, Magic Roundabout)  03  Thunderbirds
 04  Rupert The Bear  04  Bonanza
 05  The Cuckoo Clock  05  Aqua Marina (From Stingray)
 06  Medley (Joe, Trumpton)  06  Captain Scarlet
 07  Hatty Town  07  The Virginian
 08  Felix The Cat  08  Lidsville
 09  Lollipop Loves Mr Mole  09  Pink Panther
 10  Sir Prancealot  10  Song Of The Diddymen
 11  Old Macdonald  11  Maverick
 12  Parsley
 13  Jackanory
 14  Oh Susanah
 15  Shaun The Leprachaun
 16  Andy Pandy

Countdown 10

Countdown comic Issue 10. Dated April 24th 1971.

British weekly comic featuring many different TV series. This issue:

Two pages of a colour strip story featuring Doctor Who, “Timebenders”, illustrated by Harry Lindfield.

Stingray two page black and white strip.

Dastardly and Muttley one page strip story.

Six page black and white Lady Penelope story.

Colour two page U.F.O. strip story titled “Too old at 32” illustrated by Gerry Haylock.

Two page black and white Thunderbirds strip.

Original price 5p

Countdown 48

Countdown for TV action comic No 48. Dated January 15th 1972.

This issue of the weekly British comic featured comic strips of Dastardly and Muttley, Stingray, The persuaders, Thunderbirds, Doctor Who, UFO.

The two page colour Persuaders strip continued the story “The pollution Man”.

Thunderbirds two page black and white strip illustrated by Don Harley.

Colour Doctor Who striptitled “Sub Zero” and illustrated by Gerry Haylock.

Six page U.F.O. story entitled “The Alien Ally”.

Original Price 5p

 

 

TV Times 1972-3 Dec 30 / Jan 5

TV listings magazine from 1972/3 features many popular TV shows of the period. Programmes this week included. Arthur of the Britons (With guest appearance of Mike Pratt from Randall and Hopkirk), Stingray, Hogan’s Heroes, The Adventures of Black Beauty, Public Eye, The Persuaders, Land of the Giants, The saint. Feature on Nyree Dawn Porter of the Protectors.
Original Price 5p

Look In Annual © 1978

Look In Annual published by Independent Television Publications Ltd.
Contains features, photographs and strips on various television and film shows of the period, Also various groups and singers are featured.
Contents include the Six Million Dollar Man, feature on Science fiction (Included photos from Star Wars, Doctor Who, Thunderbirds, Stingray, Close Encounters of the Third Kind) , Star Wars, Logan’s Run, Happy Days, Return of the Saint, The Tomorrow People, Charlie’s Angels, Bionic Woman.
Original Price £1.35

Look In Annual © 1977

Look In Annual published by Independent Television Publications Ltd.
Contains features, photographs and strips on various television and film shows of the period, Also various groups and singers are featured.
Contents include The Tomorrow People, Six Million Dollar Man, Bionic Woman, World of Gerry Anderson (featuring Captain Scarlet, Stingray, Thunderbirds, Space 1999.),  Space 1999, James Bond.
Original Price £1.20

Look In 1977 no 20. David Soul cover

Look In 14th May 1977
Contains features, photographs and strips on various television and film shows of the period, Also various groups and singers are featured.
Regular strips at this time included: The Six million Dollar Man, The Tomorrow People, the Bionic Woman.
Regular feature the worlds of Gerry Anderson. This week about Stingray.
Feature on David Soul of Starsky and Hutch.
Original Price 9p

Look In Annual © 1976

Annual published by Independent Television Books Ltd.
Contains features, photographs and strips on various television and film shows of the period, Also various groups and singers are featured.
Feature on the Gerry Anderson studios with photographs from Supercar, Thunderbirds, Stingray, Fireball XL5, Captain Scarlet, Joe 90, U.F.O., Space 1999, The Protectors.
A text Space 1999 story called Centre of Conflict.
Feature on Mike Holoway of the Tomorrow People.
Feature on Lee Majors, the Six Million Dollar Man.
A strip story of the Tomorrow People.
Original Price £1.00

Look In comic 1982 No 7 Gerry Anderson cover.

Look in comic 13th Feb 1982.
Contains features, photographs and strips on various television and film shows of the period, Also various groups and singers are featured. Small photo of Roger Moore as Bond.
Regular comic strips at this time Magnum P.I., Worzal Gummidge, Chips.
Feature on Gerry Anderson series including Supercar, Fireball XL5, Stingray, Thunderbirds, Captain Scarlet, Joe 90. Full page piece on the Incredible Hulk.

Original Price 18p

Lady Penelope Themes Mini Album MA111

Lady Penelope Themes  Mini Album No MA111. Themes are linked by the fact that all of the TV series featured appeared in Lady Penelope comic. Mini Album (the same size as a seven inch single) issued on the Century 21 label in 1966. Record features new introductory recordings of Parker and Lady Penelope voiced, as always by David Graham and Sylvia Anderson, (Thunderbirds) as well as the themes from Bewitched, The Man from U.N.C.L.E and The Beverley Hillbillies. All arranged and conducted by Barry Gray. Also featured is the song  Aqua Marina sung by Ken Barrie which featured on the end credits to Stingray.