Thunderbirds (1964)

7 continuity mistakes in Terror in New York City

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Terror in New York City - S1-E13

Continuity mistake: Watch the time on the clock on the wall in the USN Sentinel during the missile attack. At the start of the attack it's 12.45pm, but later on it changes to 1.05pm, and when Washington informs the Sentinel Commander to stop the attack, it's now 1.35pm.

Terror in New York City - S1-E13

Continuity mistake: During the missile attack on Thunderbird 2, Virgil says "Missiles!" in the cockpit and his forehead can be seen to have sweat on it, but after a quick shot of the missiles flying through the air, we cut to Virgil again and the sweat has disappeared.

Terror in New York City - S1-E13

Continuity mistake: In "The Ned Cook Show" portion of this episode, Dr. Godber is initially seen sitting in front of Bletcher with at least three rows of seats behind him, but, in another shot, he then appears two rows from the back sat in front of Jeff Tracey.

Terror in New York City - S1-E13

Continuity mistake: In its first appearance when it attacks Thunderbird 2, the Sentinel is rapidly moving at all times. But when we see the missiles being prepared for fire, the craft is holding still. You can tell this as the clouds in the sky are not moving.

Terror in New York City - S1-E13

Continuity mistake: When we see Virgil in his sick bed after crash landing on Tracy Island, he has a bandage around his head and there is a blood stain on the bandage above his left eye. But when Gordon comes into his room to watch the moving of the Empire State Building on television, the blood stain has disappeared.

Ricochet - S2-E5

Audio problem: As John and Gordon are fitting the new component on Thunderbird 5, John says, "It looks like we'll be another two hours before we're back in business. In the meantime, International Rescue is non-operational." But he is voiced by David Graham, not Ray Barrett.

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Trivia: Jeff Tracy's five sons were named after Mercury astronauts - Scott Carpenter, Virgil Grissom, Alan Shephard, Gordon Cooper and John Glenn.

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