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Sylvia Beatrice Thomas 25 March Camberwell , London , England. London School of Economics. Supermarionation series, including Thunderbirds — Dee Anderson, Gerry Anderson Jr.
Anderson's first television production was the Roberta Leigh children's series The Adventures of Twizzle. Supercar —62 and Fireball XL5 followed later, both series breaking into the US television market in the early s.
In the mids Anderson produced his most successful series, Thunderbirds. Other television productions of the s include Stingray and Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons.
Anderson also wrote and produced several feature films whose box office performance was unexceptional. Following a shift towards live action productions in the s, he had a long and successful association with media impresario Lew Grade and Grade's company ITC , continuing until the second series of Space: After a career lull when a number of new series concepts failed to get off the ground, his career began a new phase in the early s when audience nostalgia for his earlier Supermarionation series prompted by Saturday morning re-runs in Britain and Australia led to new Anderson productions being commissioned.
Later projects include a CG remake of Captain Scarlet entitled Gerry Anderson's New Captain Scarlet. Gerald Alexander Abrahams was born in the Elizabeth Garrett Anderson and Obstetric Hospital in Bloomsbury , London, and spent the early years of his life in Kilburn ,  and Neasden ,  London.
He was educated at Kingsgate Infants School in Kilburn and Braintcroft Junior and Senior schools in Neasden, prior to winning a scholarship to Willesden County Grammar School.
Anderson's Jewish paternal grandfather had the surname Bieloglovski. He fled from an area near the Poland—Russia border and settled in London; his name was changed to "Abrahams" by an immigration official upon his arrival in Anderson's Jewish mother Deborah changed the family name to "Anderson" in At the start of the Second World War , Gerry Anderson's elder brother, Lionel, volunteered for service in the Royal Air Force ; he was stationed in the United States for advanced training.
Lionel often wrote letters to his family, and in one letter described a US Army Air Forces air base called Thunderbird Field , the name of which stayed in his younger brother's memory.
On 16 October , Anderson married Betty Wrightman b. Gerry Anderson began his career in photography, earning a traineeship with the British Colonial Film Unit after the war.
He developed an interest in film editing and moved on to Gainsborough Pictures , where he gained further experience. In he was conscripted for national service with the Royal Air Force.
He was based at RAF Manston , an airfield near Margate, and served part of his time in air traffic control. On one occasion, a Spitfire was coming in to land.
It was only about 50 feet above the ground before the runway controller alerted the pilot to the fact the plane's undercarriage hadn't lowered.
The pilot opened up the throttle and climbed away. As this was a moment Anderson always remembered, he found it all too easy to write about aircraft when he devised stories for Thunderbirds.
After completing his military service, he returned to Gainsborough, where he worked until the studio was closed in He then worked freelance on a series of feature films.
In the mids, Anderson joined the independent television production company Polytechnic Studios as a director, where he met cameraman Arthur Provis.
After Polytechnic collapsed, Anderson, Provis, Reg Hill and John Read formed Pentagon Films in Anderson continued his freelance directing work to obtain funds to maintain the fledgling company.
AP Films' first television venture was produced for Granada Television. Created by Roberta Leigh , The Adventures of Twizzle — was a series for young children about a doll with the ability to 'twizzle' his arms and legs to greater lengths.
It was Anderson's desire to move into live-action television. The Adventures of Twizzle was followed by another low-budget puppet series with Leigh, Torchy the Battery Boy — Although the APF puppet productions made the Andersons world-famous, Gerry Anderson was always unhappy about working with puppets.
He used them primarily to get attention from and a good reputation with TV networks, hoping to have them serve as a stepping stone to his goal of making live-action film and TV drama.
During the production of The Adventures of Twizzle , Anderson started an affair with secretary Sylvia Thamm and ultimately left his wife and children.
Following his divorce from his first wife, Anderson married Thamm in November AP Films' third series was the children's western fantasy-adventure series Four Feather Falls — Provis left the partnership, but the company retained the name AP Films for several more years.
Four Feather Falls was the first Anderson series to use an early version of the so-called Supermarionation process, though this term had yet to be used.
Despite APF's success with Four Feather Falls , Granada did not commission another series from them, so Anderson took up the offer to direct a film for Anglo-Amalgamated Studios.
Crossroads to Crime was a low-budget B-grade crime thriller, and although Anderson hoped that its success might enable him to move into mainstream film-making, it failed at the box office.
By this time, APF was in financial trouble and the company was struggling to find a buyer for their new puppet series.
They were rescued by a fortuitous meeting with Lew Grade , the Associated Television ATV boss who offered to buy the show.
This began a long friendship and a very successful professional association between the two men. The new series, Supercar , —61 was developed by Gerry and Sylvia Anderson and Reg Hill based on a story written by Sylvia Anderson and marked several important advances for APF.
Sylvia Anderson took on a larger role and became a partner in the company. The series was also the official debut of Supermarionation, the electronic system that made the marionettes more lifelike and convincing on screen.
The system used the audio signal from pre-recorded tapes of the actors' voices to trigger solenoids installed in the heads of the puppets, making their lips move in synchronisation with the voices of the actors, and actresses.
One of Anderson's most successful ventures was inaugurated during the production of Supercar. The establishment of AP Films Merchandising Ltd, a separate company set up to handle the licensing of merchandising rights for APF properties, was headed by Keith Shackleton not the wildlife artist and TV presenter of the same name , a longtime friend of Anderson's from their National Service days.
The next series by APF was the futuristic space adventure Fireball XL5 At the time it was the company's biggest success, garnering the honour of being the only Anderson series sold to an American TV network, NBC.
Around this time, Anderson also saw his Supermarionation style attract imitators—most notably Space Patrol US title: Planet Patrol which used similar techniques and was made by several former employees and associates of Anderson, including Arthur Provis and Roberta Leigh.
After the completion of Fireball XL5 , Lew Grade offered to buy AP Films. Although Anderson was initially reluctant, the deal eventually went ahead, with Grade becoming the managing director, and the Andersons, Hill, and Read becoming directors of the company.
Shortly after the buy-out, APF began production on a new marionette series, Stingray , the first British TV series to be filmed in colour.
For the new production APF moved to new studios in Slough. The new and bigger facilities allowed them to make major improvements in special effects, notably in the underwater sequences, as well as advances in marionette technology, with the use of a variety of interchangeable heads for each character to convey different expressions.
APF's next project for ATV was inspired by a mining disaster that occurred in West Germany in October This real-life drama inspired Anderson to create a new programme format about a rescue organisation, which eventually became his most famous and popular series, Thunderbirds — The dramatic title was inspired by the letter Anderson's older brother Lionel had written to his family during World War II.
Grade was very enthusiastic about the concept and agreed to back a series of minute episodes the same length as Stingray , so the Andersons scripted a pilot episode, " Trapped in the Sky ", and began production.
Gerry initially wanted actress Fenella Fielding to perform the voice of Lady Penelope , but Sylvia convinced her husband that she herself ought to play the role.
Thunderbirds also marked the start of a long professional association with actor Shane Rimmer , who voiced Scott Tracy.
Production on Thunderbirds had been under way for several months when Grade saw the completed minute version of "Trapped in the Sky".
He was so excited by the result that he insisted that the episodes be extended to fifty minutes.
With a substantial increase in budget, the production was restructured to expand episodes already filmed or in pre-production, and create new minute scripts for the remainder.
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