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Burnham-on-Sea , Somerset , England. Infobox zuletzt aktualisiert: November Production on Thunderbirds had been under way for several months when Grade saw the completed minute version of "Trapped in the Sky".
He was so excited by the result that he insisted that the episodes be extended to fifty minutes. With a substantial increase in budget, the production was restructured to expand episodes already filmed or in pre-production, and create new minute scripts for the remainder.
Grade and others were so convinced that Thunderbirds would be a success that a feature-film version of the series was proposed even before the pilot episode went to air.
After APF was renamed Century 21 Productions, it enjoyed its greatest success with Thunderbirds , and the series made the Andersons world famous. However, it was cancelled midway through the second series because Grade was unable to sell the show to an American network.
Despite being wildly popular in the UK and abroad, Grade felt that without an American buyer, a full second series would fail to recoup its cost.
It would later find moderate success in the United States through syndication. During the production of Thunderbirds the Andersons' marriage began to come under increasing strain, and the company also had a setback when the feature film Thunderbirds Are GO surprisingly flopped.
In later interviews, Anderson said that he considered divorce, but this was halted when Sylvia announced that she was pregnant.
Their son, Gerry Anderson Jr. By that time, production had started on a new series, Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons , which saw the advent of more realistic marionette characters which, thanks to improvements in electronics which allowed miniaturisation of the lip-sync mechanisms, could now be built closer to normal human proportions.
Century 21's second feature film, Thunderbird 6 , was also unsuccessful, and the problems were compounded by their next and penultimate Supermarionation series, Joe 90 This series returned to more 'kid-friendly' territory, depicting the adventures of a young boy who is also a secret agent and whose scientist father uses a supercomputer called 'BIG RAT' which can 'program' Joe with special knowledge and abilities for his missions.
Its relatively poor reception made it the last of the classic Anderson marionette shows. Anderson's next project took the special effects expertise built up over previous TV projects and combined it with live action.
Century 21's third feature film, Doppelgänger a. Journey to the Far Side of the Sun was a dark, Twilight Zone -style sci-fi project about an astronaut who travels to a newly discovered planet on the opposite side of the sun, which proves to be an exact mirror-image of Earth, starring American actor Roy Thinnes.
Although it was not a major commercial success, Doppelgänger was nominated for an Academy Award for its special effects.
Century 21's return to television was the abortive series The Secret Service , which this time mixed live action with Supermarionation. The series was inspired by Anderson's love of British comedian Stanley Unwin , who was known for his nonsense language, 'Unwinese', which he created and used on radio, in film and most famously on the Small Faces LP Ogdens' Nut Gone Flake.
Despite Anderson's track record and Unwin's popularity, the series was cancelled before its first screening; Lew Grade considered that it would be incomprehensible to American audiences, and thus unsellable.
UFO was more adult in tone than any of Anderson's puppet series, and mixed Century 21's signature futuristic action-adventure and special effects with serious dramatic elements.
UFO was the last series made under the Century 21 Productions banner. During production of UFO , Gerry Anderson was approached directly by Harry Saltzman at the time co-producer of the James Bond film series with Albert "Cubby" Broccoli , and was invited to write and produce the next film in the series, which was to be Moonraker.
This film used only the title of the actual Ian Fleming novel. Anderson started legal proceedings against Broccoli for plagiarism of story elements but withdrew the action shortly after, nervous of the legal might lined up against him.
By the time UFO concluded, the relationship between the Andersons had deteriorated. Although produced under the aegis of a new company, Group Three Productions the three being both of the Andersons and Reg Hill , Anderson decided not to work with his wife on his next project, the ITC action series The Protectors.
It was one of Anderson's few non-original projects. Lew Grade himself was heavily involved in the programme, and cast both the lead actors, Robert Vaughn and Nyree Dawn Porter.
The production was difficult for Anderson, who clashed with the famously difficult Vaughn. It was also the first live-action series produced by Anderson to survive to a second season.
Following The Protectors , Anderson worked on several new projects, none of which he was able to take into production.
A proposed second series of UFO was not undertaken, and a return to marionettes in the television pilot for a series called The Investigator failed to find a buyer.
Elements of the abandoned second series of UFO were eventually turned into what became the most expensive television series ever made at that time, Space: Another futuristic science-fiction adventure, it was based on the premise that a huge thermonuclear explosion on the Moon's surface caused by the storage of nuclear waste there projected the Moon out of orbit and into interplanetary space.
They were cast at the insistence of Grade, and against Sylvia Anderson's strenuous objections. The Andersons' marriage broke down irretrievably during the first series of Space: in ; Gerry announced his intention to separate on the evening of the wrap party.
Between making the two series of Space: , Anderson produced a one-off television special, The Day After Tomorrow also known as Into Infinity , about two spacefaring families en route to Alpha Centauri , for an NBC series of programmes illustrating current scientific theory for popular consumption.
While making this project, Anderson met Mary Robins b. Space: was successful enough that a second and final series went into production in with American producer Fred Freiberger brought in to replace Sylvia Anderson.
Freiberger was known for producing the final season of the original Star Trek. Under Freiberger the series underwent a number of cast and cosmetic changes.
Space: marked the end of Anderson's association with ATV. By the late s, Anderson's life and career were at a low point: he was in financial difficulty, found it hard to get work, and he experienced family difficulties.
The title saw him climb to world number three, his highest position to date. At the Masters , following wins over Andy Hamilton , 10—2,  and James Wade , 10—5, in which Anderson averaged in the first five legs,  he lost 11—6 to Raymond van Barneveld in the semi-finals.
He missed double 12 for a nine darter in the last leg. Anderson rallied from 7—4 down to Dave Chisnall in the Premier League semi-finals to send the match into a deciding leg in which Chisnall missed three match darts, allowing Anderson to take out a finish to beat him 10—9.
Anderson defeated Van Gerwen 11—7 in the final to claim the second Premier League title of his career. In the final of the European Championship , Anderson held a 10—7 advantage over Van Gerwen, but lost four legs in a row without getting a dart for the title as he was beaten 11— In the defence of his title, Anderson reached the final of the World Championship without facing any troubles following wins over Andy Boulton , Daryl Gurney , Vincent van der Voort , James Wade and Jelle Klaasen with the loss of just two sets.
Anderson took the fourth UK Open Qualifier with a 6—1 victory over James Wade , but at the main event suffered a huge surprise fourth round loss as amateur Barry Lynn won 9—3.
However, he was powerless to stop Michael van Gerwen from capturing the title with a 5—2 win. In his next event, the World Series of Darts Finals , Anderson wore glasses on stage for the first time.
He said after going for an eye test he could not believe he had won two world title without being able to see properly and also explained that he has had to change his throw after his old one would knock his glasses off.
In his quarter-final match with Dave Chisnall at the World Championship 33 s were thrown, just one shy of the record. With the match tied at three sets apiece, Chisnall was ahead in the seventh set 2—0, but missed four darts to take it and Anderson would win 5—3.
He was on a game unbeaten streak at the event and missed two darts to take a 3—1 lead over Michael van Gerwen in the early stages of the final. Anderson had not averaged over in his two previous wins in the final, but averaged The pair smashed the record for the most s in a match with 42 and Anderson's 71 for the entire tournament is also a record.
Anderson and Van Gerwen also met in the final of the Masters , with Anderson losing 11—7. Anderson ended the season with a loss to finalist Phil Taylor in the quarter-finals of the World Championship , failing to reach the finals for the first time in 4 years.
With Rob Cross breaking into the top 3 in Order of Merit with his World Championship victory over Taylor, Anderson would play the season ranked 4th in the world.
This would queue him up for a series of semi-finals matches against Michael van Gerwen, the first of which would be a 5—11 loss in the Masters.
Having not reached the final since his loss to Taylor, Anderson reached the final for a second time to defeat Corey Cadby 11—7. Just a week later, Anderson followed up with back to back victories in Players Championships 3 and 4.
In the Premier League , Anderson had an 8—5—3 W—L—D record to finish 3rd in the league table and reach the playoffs for the 5th year straight, but would fall to Michael Smith in the semi-final.
Nevertheless, Anderson would turn around two days later to win his third Players Championship title of the year. Another two weeks later, Anderson would join Peter Wright for the fourth time to represent Scotland at the World Cup.
With the pair having only lost one set before the finals, they fell to the reigning champions, Michael van Gerwen and Raymond van Barneveld of The Netherlands with MVG's 4—0 defeat of the Flying Scotsman.
Anderson kicked off the second half of the year with an 8—4 victory over Rob Cross in the final of the US Darts Masters where he hit the tournament high checkout of in the final leg.
The following week, his World Series success would come to an end after a first round defeat in the Shanghai Darts Masters.
The tournament saw Anderson hit 52 s, the most ever in a winning effort at the Matchplay, and second overall only to the 56 that Adrian Lewis hit in his campaign that ended in defeat by Phil Taylor.
The Scotsman secured an 11—4 victory over the Austrian to avenge his defeat in the Final where the Austrian won 11—9. Anderson was quick to follow up with another 11—4 victory in the final against his fellow countryman Peter Wright to become the third champion in as many stagings of the tournament.
A week later in the World Grand Prix , Anderson would again struggle when he fell to the reigning champion Daryl Gurney for the second time in two weeks, with a 3—0 defeat in the quarter-finals.
In November, Anderson went undefeated in the group stage of the Grand Slam and met MVG in the semi-final having only lost 12 legs combined in the prior rounds.
Anderson took the set 16—12 before meeting Gerwyn Price in the final. After at one point leading the match 11—8, Anderson was visibly distracted by Price, and only won 2 of the next 10 legs, to lose 13—16 in the controversial final.
This time around, Van Gerwen would get the advantage, winning 11—9 before losing to Daryl Gurney by the same margin in the final. Anderson entered the World Championship as the 4 seed where he won his second round match 3—1.
His third round match was off to a good start where he was leading 3—1, and lost the next two sets, then survived match darts by Jermaine Wattimena to take the game to a tie break and win the seventh set with a score of 5—3 legs.
In the fourth round, Anderson recovered from a 2—0 deficit to Chris Dobey to win the final set in another tiebreaker with a score of 4—2 legs.
In the quarter finals, Anderson appeared to have gotten his game back with a 5—2 victory over Dave Chisnall and a The world number one put up a Anderson had been struggling with back problems for a couple of years at this point, and took the decision to withdraw from the Masters at the start of February due to these issues.
Anderson's brother Stewart died from a heart attack in September , at the age of Anderson is a supporter of Scottish football side Hibernian.
Having initially gone under the moniker 'Dreamboy' earlier in his darts career, Anderson is now known as 'The Flying Scotsman',  having adopted the nickname after it was passed on to him by Scottish darts legend Jocky Wilson in From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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Retrieved 18 December Sky Sports. In he was awarded an MBE for services to the British film industry.
His enthusiasm for the next project, and his fascination for the latest technology, remained undimmed through much of his final illness.
He passed away on 26 December Despite being relatively shy, and never really spending much time looking back and reminiscing over his achievements Gerry Anderson came to appreciate that for many people his shows represented a special time in their lives.
And he was proud that the ingenuity and optimism of his characters galvanised some viewers who went on to distinguished careers within film, television and other fields.
Thunderbirds has inspired movies, stage shows and a vast array of merchandise, all reflecting its phenomenal impact on our popular culture, and together with his other shows is cherished by many generations of viewers.
Follow Us. In de finale won hij met van de Nederlandse Michael van Gerwen , met een gemiddelde van Van Gerwen was niet scherp genoeg en miste veel dubbels.
Het was voor Anderson de tweede keer dat hij de Premier League won en een vervolg van zijn goede vorm sinds de zomer van De World Matchplay Darts eindigde voor Anderson in mineur.
Anderson miste veel dubbels en scorend was het niet goed genoeg om de uitschakeling te voorkomen. Anderson herpakte zich echter snel en won een vloertoernooi in oktober Hij verloor de finale uiteindelijk met van Michael van Gerwen in een spectaculaire partij, waarin beide spelers boven de gemiddeld gooiden.
Hierna komt hij tegenover "The Machine" James Wade te staan, Wade komt er niet aan te pas en Anderson wint met en een gemiddelde van Dan komt hij de tweede Nederlander tegen, de "Cobra" Jelle Klaasen.
Anderson gaat als een raket van start, gooit in de derde leg van de eerste set een 9-darter en zet Klaasen met aan de kant. Uit Wikipedia, de vrije encyclopedie.
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