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Supercar The Complete Series – Blu-ray Unboxing

Gerry and Sylvia Anderson’s much-loved Supermarionation series has been remastered in High Definition from original 35mm film elements for this exclusive, deluxe limited-edition Blu-ray!

Intrepid pilot Mike Mercury takes to the skies in his fantastical, jet-powered Supercar! With Professor Popkiss manning the console, and the eccentric Dr Beaker providing his customary blend of erudition and genius, the stage is set for a classic adventure series that blends action, humour, and charm in equal measure!

Click here for our full review of the nostalgic series, then take a closer look at this beautiful release in the unboxing video below!

This exclusive, limited edition set (not available in shops) includes:

• Deluxe packaging

• Brand-new paperback book on the making of Supercar by Andrew Pixley

• Brand-new Supercar comic by Martin Cater and Bambos Georgiou

• Replica Supercar pilot’s license and badge

• Full Boost Vertical: The Supercar Story documentary

• Audio commentaries with Gerry Anderson on selected episodes

• Archive film material, including background footage, ad bumper and foreign titles

• Bill Mevin’s Supercar Home Movie

• Image galleries

SUPERCAR: THE COMPLETE SERIES DELUXE LIMITED EDITION is available September 20, 2021, exclusively from Network Distributing’s online store

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