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Stingray (1964)

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Stingray, Stingray! The year is 2065 and Stingray is protecting us from undersea aliens.

Stingray was created by the renowned Gerry Anderson, who went on to create Thunderbirds. Originally shown in 1964, it was the first British television series to be filmed in colour. It was first transmitted in black and white, as colour TV didn't start until 1967 in Britain!

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