When this attempt in New York failed, the Captain Scarlet likeness kidnapped the President from Cloudbase and flew him to England, taking him to the top of the London Car-Vu, a large car park tower. Unlike Anderson's previous series, Thunderbirds, Captain Scarlet had a darker, more mature plot and storyline, as well as a more terrifying threat than before, this time in the form of the Mysterons. She's not exactly grateful. "[8] Kyle Anderson of the website Nerdist.com writes that Matthews' impression of Grant "really makes the titular hero seem like a man out of time, which works really well. "[9], Writing for TV Zone in 2002, Thomasina Gibson praised the puppet character: "... [H]ere was a hero, far superior to any that came before. Troy Tempest in his Stingray was far too wet! After they had discovered the Mysterons' city, Black fired a destructive shot against it, believing they were under attack. However, at the end of the episode it was revealed that Captain Scarlet was returning to life and had become almost incapable of dying permanently due to the powers of the Mysterons, although the fall had broken the Mysteron programming and returned him to his original personality. In the episode "Special Assignment" Captain Blue tries to stop Captain Scarlet's apparent spiral of self-destruction, showing the bond between them. This is true of the Hyper-marionation programme; Michael "Mike" Hayley provides his character voice here. Screwed by the Network - New Captain Scarlet suffered from much of this, including having the last episodes aired Out of Order. He regarded Scarlet's ties to Colonel White as similar to those between God and his son; further, he considered Scarlet's nemesis, Captain Black, to be an analogue of the Devil. He escapes and finally helps the reluctant bride who winds up joining Captain Scarlett and his sidekick, and they become something along the lines of the Three Musketeers. Various sources have commented on the idea that the character's self-healing ability makes him comparable to Jesus. John Peel believes Scarlet's self-healing power to be a major weakness in the original series' premise. The final episode of the CGI series has Captain Scarlet appear to blow up the Mysterons' lair, only for it to be revealed (to the audience) that Captain Black and the Mysterons are still at large. Further, in a few episodes, it is stated that he can feel a Mysteron's presence by feeling nauseated and unwell. (September 2020) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) Gerry Anderson's New Captain Scarlet (more commonly New Captain Scarlet or NCS) is a United Kingdom-produced computer generated action-adventure reboot of the 1967 Supermarionation series, Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons. In "Chiller", it was revealed that, when particularly badly wounded, Scarlet's body has the capability to separate his emotional and physical selves so that the latter can heal quicker, leaving the former as a ghostlike apparition, detectable only by its coldness. [14][16][17][18][19] Actor Cy Grant, who voiced the original Lieutenant Green, made several observations on the series' possible religious symbolism. During the episode "Rat Trap", the Mysterons were able to contact Scarlet and to talk to him, while nobody else could hear them. However, he is also tormented by what he has become not fully human. Well-trusted by the commander-in-chief of Spectrum, Colonel White, Captain Scarlet is the primary agent of the organisation and is assigned the most dangerous and crucial missions. He studied astrophysics at MIT before joining the US Air Force. The aircraft itself is actually based on the World Army Air Force "Viper" jets of 2065. Captain Scarlet was killed in the first episode of the series, in a car crash brought about by the Mysterons, which also resulted in the death of fellow officer Captain Brown. "Captain Scarlet and the Return of the Mysterons" back in the year 2000. This skin comes with unique Weapon Skins: "Airship Engineer's Hammer" and "Aviator Test Rocket". It is not clear if this phenomenon was because he was on the Mysterons' home planet, or if he would hear them, wherever he might be, if they chose to contact him again. The Angel's jets a… Peel also believes that the incitement to re-enact dangerous stunts is sustained by the lyrical version of the end theme music, which features lines such as "They crash him, and his body may burn" and "They smash him, but they know he'll return ... to live again. The Spectrum Organisation, in both the super-marionation (Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons) and hyper-marionation (New Captain Scarlet) programmes, is an armed military force established through a charter approved on Thursday, 7 July, 2067 and signed on Sunday, 10 July, 2067. Through his power of "retrometabolism", Scarlet can survive and heal from any injury, no matter how serious, though his recovery is never instantaneous. The Doctor then noted that he had met Sylvia Anderson. Captain Scarlet vs. the Mysterons, featuring the episodes "The Mysterons," "Winged Assassin," "Seek and Destroy," and "Attack on Cloudbase". The 2005 CGI reboot series, Gerry Anderson's New Captain Scarlet, was preceded by a short … As the attacks continue, mercilessly decimating the ranks of Spectrum's personnel, Captain Scarlet attempts to mount a counter-offensive in the only surviving Angel aircraft; but it seems that he is no longer indestructible...and he too is killed... Have the Mysterons finally won? As a boy of ten, Paul watched his father take humankind's first steps on Mars and vowed to follow in his historic footsteps. Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons, often referred to as Captain Scarlet, is a 1960s British science-fiction television series produced by the Century 21 Productions company of Gerry and Sylvia Anderson, John Read and Reg Hill. [16][19] Gerry Anderson denied that any of this symbolism was intentional. However, the outbreak of global terrorist wars, which saw the deaths of both his parents,[1] changed his focus. His second-in-command was Lieutenant Conrad Lefkon, who became his closest friend. Captain Scarlet, also known by his real identity Paul Metcalfe, is a primary agent of the Spectrum organization in major assignments and as of circumstances beyond the comprehension of man is both a key element in the fight against the Mysterons and virtually indestructibe. You are not. Captain Scarlet was a television series which starred a character of the same name. Aired in 1980. Scarlet later became Spectrum's special weapon in its "war of nerves" with the Mysterons; a weapon created by the Mysterons themselves when they killed Scarlet during a mission on Mars along with Captain Black. Remember this. Captain Scarlet is also friends with Lieutenant Green, as demonstrated when he accompanies Captain Scarlet and Captain Blue on certain missions. Years later in 2067, he was approached by Spectrum and became one of the first of their senior officers Captain Scarlet. In the original series, he is voiced by the late Francis Matthews. [5][6][7] In 1995, Matthews wrote that he was hired because producer Gerry Anderson "had heard my Cary Grant impression on Pete Murray's [BBC Radio programme] Open House and simply wanted that sound." Doctor Gold, Instrument of Destruction Part 1. Metcalfe's human psyche had survived and regained control of his physical body. Osgood mistakenly thought the reference was from Thunderbirds, but was corrected by Colonel Ahmed. "[10] Commenting on the character's depiction, Stephen La Rivière points out that "one element that was never dwelt upon, or indeed even mentioned again after the first episode, is that the protagonist we follow for the entire series is, in fact, nothing more than a duplicate, a doppelganger; the hero initially introduced to us is killed within two minutes of our first encounter with him. The 2005 CGI reboot series, Gerry Anderson's New Captain Scarlet, was preceded by a short test film titled Captain Scarlet and the Return of the Mysterons, which had two private screenings (in 2000 and 2001). The Captain Brown likeness was turned into a walking bomb for this purpose. In the episode "Flight 104," Captain Scarlet expresses a preference for steak "with all the trimmings.". Captain Scarlet has a close friendship with Captain Blue, who acts as Captain Scarlet's "field partner." He also has a rather dry wit and sarcastic sense of humour, often using this in dialogue with other Spectrum agents. Though Captain Scarlet "dies" several times in the course of the series – usually quite violently – he always returns to life. Captain Scarlet's Mysteronised body, like those of all Mysteron likenesses, is still vulnerable to electricity and impervious to X-rays. Anyone can edit this wiki, so please help us by writing new articles and/or editing any of the existing ones. The two men watched in astonishment as the city rebuilt itself and tried to flee, only to be killed. [9][12][13] Nerdist's Anderson describes Scarlet as a "proto-Captain Jack. The film is set in France following the fall of Napoleon, stars Richard Greene in the title role as a Robin Hood -type avenger and the Brazilian actress Leonora Amar in … He was born on 17 December 2036. Captain Scarlet or Captain Scarlett may refer to: . Paul Metcalfe was born in Winchester, Virginia on December 17, 2036 to a family with a long military history, he graduated from Winchester University in 2057, at the age of 21, and then went to West Point Military University; he later transferred to the World Army/Air Force, where within 2 years, he became the youngest colonel the WAAF had known to date. Learn how and when to remove this template message, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Captain_Scarlett&oldid=965876669, Articles needing additional references from May 2019, All articles needing additional references, Pages using infobox film with unknown empty parameters, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 3 July 2020, at 23:03. Captain Scarlet is the fictional main character in Gerry Anderson's British Supermarionation science-fiction television series Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons and its computer-animated remake, Gerry Anderson's New Captain Scarlet. Captain Black wasn't destroyed and recreated. Created by Gerry Anderson, Sylvia Anderson. In New Captain Scarlet, whose version of him, also CINCSPEC, commands Skybase, this Colonel White has been knighted for his services to "Britannia," probably in "The Most Honourable Order Of Saints Michael And George." The only colour that shone for me from the rainbow of agents pitched against Captain Black and the meddling Mysterons was the bright and vibrant Scarlet. A close relationship with Destiny Angel is also hinted at several times in the series. Statistics. Utterly fearless and dedicated to saving the human race, for all Scarlet's heroism there is one thing that makes him very uneasy – his growing feelings for Destiny Angel,[1] the girlfriend of his late friend, Black. In the pilot story ("Instrument of Destruction", Parts 1 and 2), it is also stated that Scarlet shared a kind of telepathic link with Captain Black, which Colonel White considers to be an advantage in the war against the Mysterons that he cannot dismiss. In addition, as of the end of 2011, it has yet to be aired anywhere in North America and there hasn't even been a DVD release there. Do not try to imitate him". In "Attack on Cloudbase," Captain Scarlet is declared finally and permanently dead during the course of the battle for Cloudbase; however, this is later revealed to be Symphony Angel's hallucination as she is stranded in a desert, waiting for Spectrum to rescue her following a plane crash. "[11] Comparisons have been drawn between Scarlet and the Whoniverse's Captain Jack Harkness, who has a power of rapid self-healing that makes him virtually immortal. He is a somewhat stereotypical hero in that he is dependable and always gets the job done although he is not always successful. Captain Scarlet is not shown to have any love interests during the series although previous attractions are indicated at some points, and a popular speculation among the fan community of the series is that he has a soft spot for, if not a relationship with, compatriot Rhapsody Angel. The Mysterons then rebuilt Scarlet as an invincible human replica to infiltrate Earth and lead their war against the planet. He does, however, have a lighter side. First and foremost, he is a soldier on the front line of Earth's defenses. This explained why humanity, who had establishe… He has black hair and blue eyes, speaks with a Mid-Atlantic accent and is said to be from Winchester, England. "[15] The inclusion of these lyrics led production company Century 21 to create an alternative set of opening titles featuring a disclaimer(in the form of a voiceover by Donald Gray, in character as Colonel White) declaring: "Captain Scarlet is indestructible. Destiny Angel is the code name which the Spectrum Organisation has assigned to Juliette Pontoin, a former World Army Air Force Intelligence Corps member who served alongside Paul Metcalfe for two years, before he became Captain Scarlet of Spectrum. [20] Stephen La Rivière and others notes that like the ascended Jesus, Scarlet lives in the sky among Angels (aboard Spectrum's airborne headquarters Cloudbase, which is defended by a fighter squadron codenamed "the Angels"). He also has a "sixth sense" when in the presence of a strong Mysteron influence – he becomes nauseated, sweats, and suffers a severe headache – but this sense sometimes does not indicate all Mysteron presences in an area. While under the control of the Mysterons, Scarlet tried to destroy Skybase, but was stopped in his efforts by Captain Blue. Captain Scarlett, a 1953 film starring Richard Greene; Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons, a 1967–68 science-fiction TV series . His real name is Paul Metcalfe. This extraordinary ability heals Scarlet of physical injuries within hours, making him virtually indestructible. Owing to the advances in technology, there were a few small differences between these Mysterons and those in the original series: 1. Angered at their defeat, the Mysterons decide to turn back time and start all over again, giving rise to the Supermarionation series. His good friend Lefkon was also signed up as "Captain Black". Legend: Scarlet: Cost: 80 Store Description: Head to the sky, where only Air-Dreadnaughts and murderous Sky Pirates dare fly. To support his argument, he points to a line of dialogue from the episode "Attack on Cloudbase" in which Lieutenant Green scoffs that "anyone can be brave if they're indestructible. Captain Scarlet is the main character in Gerry Anderson's British Supermarionation science-fiction television series Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons and its computer-animated remake, Gerry Anderson's New Captain Scarlet. In keeping with the adult nature of this interpretation, Grant Matthews is presented as being tormented by his immortality, various sources noting that he is technically only a copy of Grant Matthews rather than being the original man in a new body, ideas that may have been suggested but never analysed regarding Captain Scarlet's nature in the original show. [2][4] It is widely acknowledged that the character's voice was Matthews' imitation of Grant's Mid-Atlantic accent. He also suggests that the character served as a poor role model to the "impressionable children" who made up most of the audience: "Parents didn't like their children watching a show that appeared to be encouraging them to hero-worship someone who was indestructible." The Vault Hunters having been notified of a secret treasure travel to Oasis, a small ocean side town that suffered the same affects as the Parched Fathoms from the first game. However, Captain Scarlet is friendly with all other Cloudbase personnel, and he has no particular enemies among those with whom he is closely associated. He finds out that she is to be married to a man she doesn't like, so Captain Scarleft attempts to help her, but winds up in prison for his efforts. The Mysterons is the first produced, and broadcast, episode of the British television series Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons. In the BBC Past Doctor Adventures series – a series of novels based on Doctor Who, featuring the first seven incarnations of the Doctor in original adventures – the novel The Indestructible Man by Simon Messingham draws heavily on Gerry Anderson's shows in general and Captain Scarlet in particular, with an organization known as 'PRISM' acting against the mysterious Myloki with the aid of Captain Grant Matthews, transformed into an indestructible state when he was killed and duplicated by the Myloki to such a degree that his original personality asserted itself. They find the town being pillaged by Sand Pirates who are trying to steal the town's remaining water. Captain Scarlett is a 1953 American runaway production Technicolor Adventure film directed by Thomas Carr, that was shot in Mexico. Scarlet is a dedicated Spectrum officer. He cites Batman as another 1960s TV series whose young viewers "sometimes tried to copy their heroes, often with nasty or lethal results." Captain Black is the fictional nemesis of Captain Scarlet and the primary recurring Mysteron intermediary in the 1960s British Supermarionation television series Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons and its 2005 computer-animated re-make, Gerry Anderson's New Captain Scarlet. Captain Scarlet is referred to by The Kinks in the song "Daylight", on their album Preservation Act 1. Spectrum is on alert and at full stretch to combat the vengeful Mysterons, Captain Scarlet by good fortune, is released from their mind control and is now Earth's unquestionable supreme agent, having retained his indestructible qualities. These single seater Vertical Take-Off and Landing (VTOL)/Very-Short Take-Off and Landing (VSTOL) jet-fighter combat craft have a flight ceiling of 40,000 feet (height of Cloudbase), with yellow safety belt harness, constructed at International engineering (main fuselage), the Fairfax Engine Company (for engines) and various other locations. Instead of being killed by the power surge, Scarlet was only harmed temporarily, and was restored to life by the genetic mutation of the Mysteron "retrometabolisation" process which makes him virtually "indestructible". Captain Black is the fictional nemesis of Captain Scarlet and recurring Mysteron agent in the 1960s British supermarionation science fiction television series Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons and its rendered 3D remake Gerry Anderson's New Captain Scarlet. The Tracy troop in their Thunderbirds – mere boys! During his time in the organisation, he be… "[5] Commenting on the 2000s remake, Andrew Billen noted that the character was now referred to as being "virtually indestructible", suggesting that the inclusion of this qualifier restored the excitement and "fixed every child's main objection" to the original series.[1]. It then took him five more years to put together the considerable funding required for such a groundbreaking show, and to recruit a team capable of bringing this complicated series to our screens. Cornered while holding the President at gunpoint over the city below, the Captain Scarlet likeness was shot by Captain Blue and fell 800 feet to his apparent destruction. With Ed Bishop, Donald Gray, Francis Matthews, Sylvia Anderson. Both series were produced by Gerry Anderson. He dies, but can always rejuvenate. The Mysterons role in the reboot series was predominantly the same. Captain Scarlett is the main antagonist of the DLC expansion Captain Scarlett and Her Pirate's Booty . Captain Blue cares about his friend and Captain Scarlet trusts him implicitly, although he is professional enough to use deadly force against him as necessary when Captain Scarlet was controlled by the Mysterons. With Captain Brown, Captain Scarlet was the first known human being to have been subjected to the process of retrometabolism by the Mysterons (It is unknown if Captain Black had truly been Mysteronised on Mars, or if he is still human). "[14] Daniel O'Brien offers a similar assessment, identifying this ability as a "possible miscalculation" on the part of the series creators. He is also a qualified astronaut. The Captain Scarlet Wiki is dedicated to both Gerry Anderson's "Supermarionation" and "Hypermarionation" programmes of Spectrum's virtually indestructible agent and the organisation's fight against the Mysterons. The film is set in France following the fall of Napoleon, stars Richard Greene in the title role as a Robin Hood-type avenger and the Brazilian actress Leonora Amar in her final screen role. Born in Winchester, England, Scarlet's mother was Ann Brightman, a British astrophysicist, while his father, Tom Metcalfe, was an American pilot who later joined the International Space Agency. Captain Scarlet is the colour code name the Spectrum Organisation has assigned to Paul Metcalfe, a fourth-generation military officer and a former colonel in the World Army Air Force Special Forces. The Mysterons, in vengeance, take control of influential people, machines and inanimate objects. In the reboot, the Mysterons had the ability to make their city invisible. Commentators consider the puppet Scarlet's appearance to be based on either Cary Grant, Roger Moore,[2][3] or the character's voice actor, Francis Matthews. Captain Scarlet is a competent pilot and can drive almost any vehicle; but in this last, he is only moderately skilled, as he tends to crash Spectrum Pursuit Vehicles (SPVs), the heavy-duty modified tanks that Spectrum employs (although this may be attributed to the fact that his indestructible nature 'permits' him to push the vehicles harder than others might as he knows he will survive whatever happens on the drive). With the end of the wars, a new security organisation was established: Spectrum. In the episode "Renegade Rocket," both men are prepared to stay in a missile base targeted by the Mysterons and die in a last-ditch attempt to stop its destruction. (This is under orders from Colonel White; Spectrum regulations prohibit gambling on grounds of its potentials both for inducing compulsions and for inflicting heavy debt that could lead to financial crimes.) Captain Scarlet, as the main protagonist, is one of the most developed characters in the series. Falling down through a plasma stream, Scarlet was killed, but recovered later on in Sickbay, under the astonished eyes of Doctor Gold and other onlookers, and revealed himself to be fully free of the Mysterons' control. Captain Scarlet is the fictional main character in Gerry Anderson's British Supermarionation science-fiction television series Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons and its computer-animated remake, Gerry Anderson's New Captain Scarlet. Scarlet has also been viewed as part of a supposed religious allegory in the series. He can turn his hand to a variety of weapons from guns to electric cables. He transferred to US Special Forces and commanded an elite unit that saw action across the world. "[9], Jim Sangster and Paul Condon, authors of Collins Telly Guide (2005), argue that the puppet Scarlet's "indestructibility" reduces his credibility as a hero: "He'll survive no matter what they throw at him, which should mean that there's zero tension in anything he takes on. Captain Scarlet is the fictional main character in Gerry Anderson's British Supermarionation science-fiction television series Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons and its computer-animated remake, Gerry Anderson's New Captain Scarlet. No! In the CGI remake, he is voiced by Wayne Forrester. He is a close friend of Captain Blue, who is his "field partner" and thus with whom he undertakes the majority of his missions, although he is on friendly terms with all other Spectrum agents. "Captain Scarlet, you are virtually indestructible." He also expressed his surprise at being so often identified with a puppet character to the exclusion of his other roles: "I think I have spoken many times about how unimportant Captain Scarlet was in my working life 28 years ago, and I can't give the impression that Scarlet has been a big thing in my life since ... [T]o be left with a piece of wood as one's main epitaph is becoming a bit galling! Captain Scarlett is a 1953 American runaway production Technicolor Adventure film directed by Thomas Carr, that was shot in Mexico. He is a senior officer in the Spectrum Organisation, which is committed to defending Earth against the Mysterons, and is the best friend of Captain Scarlet. Sky Captain Scarlet is one of the Skins available in the game Brawlhalla. (It was later revealed that this development was part of a plan to infiltrate a Mysteron attack, the plan being kept secret from Captain Blue so that his reaction to Captain Scarlet's dismissal would be natural.) They served as the series main antagonists, resurrecting Captain Black as their main agent (once Scarlet failed) with the intention of wiping out humanity following an attack on their city. The story begins with Marcus telling another story to an orphan boy about The Treasure of the Sands. Revenge of the Mysterons from Mars, featuring the episodes "Shadow of Fear," "Lunarville 7," "Crater 101" and "Dangerous Rendezvous." [17], Learn how and when to remove this template message, "Captain Scarlet voice actor Francis Matthews dies", "The Shelf: Nightcrawler, 101 Dalmatians, Captain Scarlet", "Lieutenant Green and De Anderson CODE – Spectrums, Subconscious Connections & Synchronicities", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Captain_Scarlet_(character)&oldid=995808563, Fictional characters with accelerated healing, Fictional characters with death or rebirth abilities, Fictional United States Air Force personnel, Fictional United States Army Special Forces personnel, Articles needing additional references from December 2009, All articles needing additional references, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 23 December 2020, at 00:26. 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