Stingray (1964)

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Emergency Marineville - S1-E11

Continuity mistake: When the second group of Spearhead jets take off from Marineville there are only two jets, but in the next shot you can see three jets, and in the next shot there are two again.

Count Down - S1-E9

Character mistake: Everyone refers to the Professor as "Sanders", as does the poster at the main gate, but X20's letter is addressed to Professor Saunders.

Hostages Of The Deep - S1-E4

Continuity mistake: When Troy and Phones leave Stingray on their hoverbikes, Phones has a fish on his lap, but when Gadus watches Troy and Phones on his video screen in his submarine, the fish has suddenly disappeared.

Titan Goes Pop - S1-E29

Continuity mistake: The security pass that Agent X20 flashes at the Sergeant is actually Sandy Gibson's pass which was seen only moments before. X20's thumb obscures the picture, but Gibson's name is visible on the left side.

The Ghost Of The Sea - S1-E10

Revealing mistake: At the very beginning of the episode, we see a hydrocharge being fired which causes an explosion in the sea. Then just a few shots later, another hydrocharge is fired and we see the same explosion - this is due to footage of one explosion being used twice.

Pink Ice - S1-E22

Continuity mistake: After Troy finishes talking to Phones about if the ice is a trick, we cut to a shot of Stingray trapped in the ice. Later on in the episode, when Phones pulls the gear lever in an attempt to move Stingray from the ice, he says, "We're iced up!" and we cut to the same shot of Stingray trapped in the ice as before.

Aquanaut Of The Year - S1-E39

Continuity mistake: When Troy is lying in bed after his celebration party, the clock near his bed reads 6.15. But when he moves to rest his head on the pillow, we cut back to the clock, and the hour hand has disappeared.

Trivia: Marina never spoke throughout the entire series, except in the episode "Raptures Of The Deep" where she appears to communicate with Troy, but this is only part of his dream while he was unconscious. In the sequence her lips do not move because the puppet had no speech mechanism, but instead her thoughts are heard. The voice of Marina was provided by Sylvia Anderson.

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