List of Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons episodes
"Winged Assassin" is the second episode of the Supermarionation television series Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons. It was first broadcast in the UK on 6 October 1967 (1967-10-06) on ATV Midlands. It was written by Tony Barwick and directed by David Lane. In this episode, Captain Scarlet establishes his indestructibility as Spectrum tries to prevent the Mysterons from assassinating the Director General of the United Asian Republic.
Due to similarities between the plotline and the September 11 attacks, "Winged Assassin" was held back in the BBC Two transmission schedule when Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons was re-run on British television in 2001. Footage from "Winged Assassin" was re-edited and included in the Captain Scarlet compilation film Captain Scarlet vs the Mysterons in 1980.
Other articles related to "winged assassin, winged, assassin":
... Winged Assassin" was postponed on its scheduled first airdate in ATV London region, 8 October 1967 (1967-10-08), due to the death of former British Prime Minister ... The British Board of Film Classification notes that "Winged Assassin" contains "some action and mild horror" in spite of its "U" certificate ... of Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons began in the United Kingdom in September 2001, "Winged Assassin" was originally to be broadcast as the second episode ...
... of Dread (2004), Dragon #339 (2006) Cat, Winged Haunted Halls of Evening Star (1992) (Tressym), City of Delights (1993) (Greater and Lesser), Forgotten Realms Campaign Setting (1993) (Tressym. 1993), Monster Manual II (2002) Elemental, Sandman White Dwarf #10 (1978), Fiend Folio (1981), Assassin Mountain (1993), Tome of Horrors (2002) Elemental, Wind Walker Strategic Review #3 (1975), Monster Manual (1 ... Campaign Setting (1993), Monster Manual (2000, 2003) Snake, Giant Cobra Assassin Mountain (1993) Elder Giant Cobra Snake, Stone Dragon Mountain (1993) Spectral ...
Famous quotes containing the word winged:
“The beasts, the fishes, and the winged fowls
Are their males subjects and at their controls:
Man, more divine, the master of all these,
Lord of the wide world and wild watery seas,
Indued with intellectual sense and souls,
Of more pre-eminence than fish and fowls,
Are masters to their females, and their lords:
Then let your will attend on their accords.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)