Today: April 18, 2024

Stingray Deluxe Edition Blu-ray Unboxing

Gerry and Sylvia Anderson‘s much-loved Supermarionation series – their first in colour – has been remastered in High Definition from original 35mm film elements for this Blu-ray edition!

It is 2065 and the World Aquanaut Security Patrol submarine Stingray patrols the Earth’s oceans. Captained by the heroic Troy Tempest and his sidekick ‘Phones’, they report to Commander Sam Shore and his daughter Atlanta at their Marineville base. The adventures begin when Troy and ‘Phones’ are captured by the undersea despot King Titan – and their only chance of rescue is Titan’s slave, Marina!


  • Exclusive, limited edition deluxe packaging
  • Brand-new Stingray comic
  • Brand-new Stingray book by archive television historian Andrew Pixley
  • Gerry Anderson commentaries on the pilot and Standby for Action
  • The Reunion Party – 40th episode HD remaster utilising the Japanese Stingray presentation footage
  • Give-a-Show projector image gallery
  • Sylvia Anderson interview part 2
  • Walton Home Movies
  • Image Gallery (5 mins)
  • Stingray WASP pilot license and badge
  • Brand-new Mini Adventure CD
  • Stingray Ephemera Wallet
  • Lincoln Toy Advert
  • Lyons Maid Advert
  • Des O’Connor Sketch
  • Ad Bumpers
  • French End Titles
  • Century 21 Tech Talk: Stingray
  • Stingray TV21 audio adventures
  • Remastered and reconstructed two Super Space Theater Stingray films: Incredible Voyage of Stingray and Invaders from the Deep (to be shipped separately, Summer 2022)



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