Slick only for Gerry Anderson's The Secret Service - Signed by Gerry Anderson
Slick only (front and back cover insert for DVD case) for Gerry Anderson's final supermarionation series, The Secret Service 2 disc set, signed by Gerry Anderson (DVDs and case not included). Slick is double-sided, with episode/scene list to be viewed through original clear DVD case.
Please note: Image of slick is truncated, but slick itself is not.
Condition: New, only creased appropriately for use in DVD case.
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During the 1960s, British television producer Gerry Anderson (Thunderbirds, Space: 1999) created a series of programs utilizing ""Supermarionation,"" an unconventional style that blended puppetry with live action. 1969's The Secret Service was Anderson's final supermarionation series before he turned exclusively to the live-action format. Legendary British comic and vocal master Stanley Unwin stars as the voice of Father Unwin, a seemingly-typical parish priest who owns a unique machine that shrinks people down to a fraction of their size. When the British government learns of the device, they recruit Father Unwin for the Secret Service, pairing him up with agent Matthew Harding (Gary Files) for a series of dangerous missions. This 2 Disc collection includes all 13 episodes of the rarely-seen series, which Anderson regards as his personal favorite.