[5] The generally accepted timeframe is the years 2012 and 2013. Toggle this station in My Stations. "[21] Writer John R. Cook agrees with La Rivière's points on viewer self-identification, describing the series as "wish-fulfilment fantasy" and Joe as a reflection of the young target audience. [39], Besides the music for the first episode, "The Most Special Agent", Gray composed incidental music for a further 20 episodes. 's Most Special Agent, because his adoptive father, Professor Ian McClaine, has created a special device known as the BIG RAT. Though not as successful as Century 21's earlier efforts, Joe 90 has been praised for the characterisation of its main puppet cast and the quality of its scale model sets and special effects. [28], Occupied by Thunderbird 6 and his live-action film Doppelgänger, Gerry Anderson was unable to serve as producer as he had on Captain Scarlet. All Just a Dream: "The Race" and "Lone-Handed 90. Joe 90 is a 1968-1969 British science-fiction television series created by Gerry and Sylvia Anderson and filmed by their production company, Century 21, for ITC Entertainment. [67] In this respect, Cook regards Joe 90 as a forerunner of The Tomorrow People, another series featuring themes of transcendence in children. Without them, he's a boy. If you enjoyed watching this Joe 90 episode online, then you’ll probably enjoy the whole series. Joe 90 was conceived by Gerry Anderson as the star of his latest puppet show following the success of Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons. Joe toys. [53][55] In the US, Joe 90 aired in first-run syndication in 1969. [7][8][36] Few new puppets were made, the only notable exceptions being Mac (who was sculpted on "bouncing bomb" designer Barnes Wallis), Joe and Mrs Harris. Torchy and Tex turns 60. [78] "The Most Special Agent" was re-edited to remove its framing sequences, thus giving the impression that Joe's theft of the MiG-242 is a real mission rather than a fiction. Episodes begin with either a cold open (a first for an Anderson series) or the title sequence, which sees Joe receiving a brain pattern from the BIG RAT. [40][41] This music was recorded between 18 January and 27 September 1968, beginning with the titles and the first episode tracks in a session at the Olympic Sound Studios in London[L 3] and ending with the music for "See You Down There" at CTS Studios. I started toying with the story potential of a process that would allow the recording of brain patterns and transferring them to another brain. August 24, 2018. Each of these depicts Joe entering the BIG RAT and receiving the brain pattern of a 1990s household name, from Liam Gallagher to Vic Reeves to the character of Garth (played by Dana Carvey) from the film Wayne's World. Finally Mrs. Ada Harris is the housekeeper at Professor McClaine's Culver Bay cottage. [60] A simultaneous run on Nickelodeon presented the episodes in their original forms. The adventures of a preteen secret agent who can have any useful skills downloaded into his brain. [71] This concept, Cook suggests, is evident in the title "Joe 90" itself: "No longer is [Joe] a nine-year-old boy but instead his status and capacities have been multiplied tenfold to transform him into agent 'Joe 90', his name an appealing futuristic echo of the then distant year of 1990. Play Pause Stop. demonstrates the professor's willingness to "abnegate all parental responsibility". Joe 90 – even after fifty years just the title alone seems to annoy some people. Rimmer was hired while co-authoring a book with Barwick, who initially offered him a two-script contract (these were filmed as the episodes "Splashdown" and "Big Fish"). See more ideas about joe 90, gerry anderson, thunderbirds are go. [23] Like the preceding series, it has been described as more "English-sounding" than Thunderbirds, the Andersons having dispensed with the idea that the main character should be a "square-jawed, fair-skinned male with a Mid-Atlantic accent". Wearing them, he's an expert. [E 2][E 8] There is some inconsistency as to why Joe has the codename "90": series publicity stated that he is so called as he is WIN's 90th London-based agent, but character dialogue in "Project 90" states that the codename originates from WIN's "File Number 90", which documents the BIG RAT. This is the opening episode of Joe 90 – Most Special Agent. Joe 90 gets ready for his next big mission as you get ready to celebrate. There is a sense of humanity and humbleness embedded within all the techno gadgets and unique characters. [7][8][16][23][36], Joe was the first child marionette to be made as part of the new generation of Supermarionation puppets. The puppets had become so lifelike, I now strongly believed that they could carry the action without the usual massive assistance from futuristic hardware. [11][19][72] The name "Joe 90" has become a popular term of endearment for both children and adults who wear glasses similar to Joe's, such as snooker player Dennis Taylor. [92] The eight-volume set featured the episodes "The Most Special Agent", "Splashdown", "Attack of the Tiger" and "Arctic Adventure" in their re-edited forms from the 1981 compilation film The Amazing Adventures of Joe 90, which itself received three video releases in the 1980s. Air dates are the original broadcast dates on ATV unless otherwise stated. The series follows Joe McClaine, a 9-year-old British schoolboy, the adopted son of Professor Ian "Mac" McClaine, a renowned computer expert. [92], For the band named after the TV series, see, I liked the idea of it all being a sort of family thing and I also liked the puppets themselves more than the ones in, "Gerry Anderson: The Puppet Master – Part 3", "The Hows and Whys of Supermarionation – Part 4", "Complete Studio-Recording List of Barry Gray", "The Hound – May 2003: Joe W.I.N. "[67], Ultimately, Joe 90 has proven to be less successful than earlier Anderson productions. Joe 90 provides examples of the following tropes:. However, a secret laboratory in the basement houses Mac's latest invention, the Brain Impulse Galvanoscope Record And Transfer (referred to by the acronym "BIG RAT"): a machine capable of recording a person's entire knowledge and experience and transferring it to the brain of another. [24][26] Anthony Clark of the British Film Institute commends Joe 90 for including more effective characterisation than Captain Scarlet, also praising the writing and Barry Gray's musical score. [92][93], In 2002, Carlton released a five-disc Region 2 DVD box set sourced from a digital remaster of the original 35 mm prints. [E 2][5] The ending plot twist, which includes the revelation that Russia and the West are allies, is praised by media historian Nicholas J. Cull for its "progressiveness of spirit" and for proving Anderson's wish to "[take] an end to the Cold War as a given in his work". [16][53][55][58] Some broadcasters used an alternative version of the title sequence beginning with a zoom-in shot of Joe's special glasses accompanied by a voice-over from Tim Turner stating: "These are Joe 90's special glasses. See more ideas about Joe 90, Gerry anderson, Joes. [73] Jeff Evans, author of The Penguin TV Companion, criticises the glasses as a plot device, writing that they make Joe "look more like the class swot than a secret agent. Photos of the Joe 90 (Show) voice actors. share. Voice cast Four of the regular Joe 90 characters: (left to right) Sam Loover, Shane Weston, Mac and (in front of Mac) Joe.. [E 2][E 4][5][11] WIN is the successor to MI6, the CIA and the KGB, which have been merged to form the new global spy network. Joe 90 celebrates his 50th anniversary. 's Most Special Agent, because his adoptive father, Professor Ian McClaine, has created a special device known as the BIG RAT. [10], In the fictional universe of Joe 90, the Cold War (significant at the time of the series' debut, due to the Warsaw Pact invasion of Czechoslovakia) has ended and a world government has been formed. Joe 90, the classic bespectacled Gerry Anderson puppet character, the youngest special agent in the world, first appeared in comics in his own title, Joe 90, launched by City Publications on 18 January 1969.. Wiki Characters This is the list of episodes of the Gerry Anderson television series Joe 90, filmed by Century 21 Productions for ITC Entertainment and first broadcast from 1968 to 1969 on Associated Television.Episodes are listed in the recommended broadcast order as published by ITC. You can buy it – and many other great Joe 90 goodies below. Joe 90 is a 1968-1969 British science-fiction television series created by Gerry and Sylvia Anderson and filmed by their production company, Century 21, for ITC Entertainment. No_Favorite. Joe 90 comes complete in a four-disc boxed set of the entire 30-episode series. Also available were Joe's WIN briefcase (complete with replica gadgets and pistol) and his WIN badge (reading "Most Special Agent"). [35][68], La Rivière notes the intimacy of the premise and the predominantly male characters, suggesting that Joe 90 is "very much a Boy's Own adventure. Joe 90 issue 20, 1969. Information thanks to the Grand Comics Database “He’s only nine years old – but he is the world’s most audacious special agent! [E 4][5] An example of the technology on display is Mac's "Jet Air Car": a land-sea-air hybrid vehicle and the McClaines' preferred means of transport. Their final puppet series, The Secret Service, would include extensive footage of live actors. [5] Cull states that Anderson was motivated by what he perceived as a "duty to the rising generation to avoid perpetuating Cold War stereotypes". Mute or unmute volume Set volume to 20% Set volume to 40% Set volume to 60% Set volume to 80% Set volume to 100% [66] La Rivière highlights the connection between the boy protagonist and the theme of espionage, writing that the series' premise "taps into the fantasy indulged by most boys that they, even at nine years old, can be James Bond. I was really likening it to magnetic recording, where material could be stored or transferred to another tape. (August 2018) Navigation Home News Shows Links Contact; Social networks. EMBED (for wordpress.com hosted blogs and archive.org item tags) Want more? [29] The final Supermarionation series, The Secret Service, advanced this hybrid format by combining puppet sequences with extensive footage of live actors. ( World Intelligence Network ), run by Shane Weston. [E 10], As in earlier Supermarionation series, the premise of Joe 90 features advanced technology,[E 11] rescue operations,[E 12] secret organisations[E 9] and threats to the safety of the world. [78][79] Intended to boost US syndication sales, the film was one of several Anderson anthologies to be released in the 1980s under the promotional banner "Super Space Theater". [67] With his added knowledge and experience, Joe becomes the manifestation of homo superior, and yet his youth and imagination grant him the power to change the world in ways that no adult could. "[67] Cook suggests that BIG RAT's ability to provide Joe with instant access to brain patterns could be interpreted as a prediction of the development of the Internet. However, he agrees that while the car is Joe 90's "star vehicle", it is unimpressive compared to the "beautiful, sleek design of its predecessor". Advanced embedding details, examples, and help! Flag this item for. [44], Silva Screen Records released a Joe 90 soundtrack CD in 2006. Joe 90 is more oriented toward kids than Anderson's two previous series, Thunderbirds and Captain Scarlet and The Mysterons.. [42][43] "Lone-Handed 90" features a recurring harmonica played by Tommy Reilly. [34] In Anderson's biography, What Made Thunderbirds Go!, the Joe 90 theme is described as a "dizzying piece of psychedelic pop art that could have been produced only in the late Sixties". Then they would be rechristened 'Matthew Lilley' ( in honour of one of its characters ). [23] Noting Joe 90's subscription to "wider themes in Cold War culture", Cull likens the BIG RAT's capabilities to brainwashing but concludes that fundamentally it is "benign" technology. [41][45] Rating the CD three-and-a-half stars out of five, AllMusic reviewer William Ruhlmann comments that while the music is "not great writing" it remains "perfectly adequate, if not inspired. Sam Loover, Mac's friend and an agent of the World Intelligence Network (WIN), recognises the potential of Joe and the BIG RAT and persuades Mac to pledge their services to the organisation. [17] The vehicle was a disappointment to Anderson, who commented that it "looked like no other piece of hardware we had had previously, but I was wary of canning it as I feared I might be becoming stereotyped. [51] Peel suggests that the absence of women makes Joe 90, along with several other Anderson productions, inferior to Thunderbirds. The opening theme is dominated by the notes of guitarist Vic Flick, known for performing lead guitar in the "James Bond Theme" from the film Dr. No (1962). [75] He comments: "Through the character of Joe, his brain hardwired at the start of each episode into the BIG RAT supercomputer, the young are shown to be literally at one with technology. The series is set around 2012-2013. [58] Stephen Hulse refers to Joe 90 as "technically accomplished" and "clearly the most child-oriented" of the Andersons' later puppet productions, but also calls it one of their "lesser series". September 29, 2018. As two stages were being used for filming, the "expressionless" main character puppets were also duplicated. [7][12], In 1994, Joe 90 was shown on BBC1. "[70] He also questions comparisons to the James Bond films, arguing that "being a somewhat nerdy kid with glasses and brain implants was not really thrilling. As in the preceding series, Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons, the puppets of Joe 90 are of natural body proportions as opposed to the caricatured design used for Thunderbirds and earlier Supermarionation productions. [81], In the 1980s, the rights to the ITC productions belonged to PolyGram Television. [93] This was followed by Region 1 and Region 4 releases in 2003. [7][8] Lane remembered that as producer he was responsible for "looking at the scripts, the effects, the puppets, the whole thing really". This BIG RAT can copy knowledge and experience about certain issues from the brain of an expert in that field, and transfer them to another person so that person is also an expert. [92] Re-released in 1992, the set used 16 mm prints of poorer quality than the original film. [34][89] In September 1969, Joe 90 Top Secret merged with TV21 (formerly TV Century 21) to form TV21 and Joe 90. [88], Joe 90 was also given its own weekly comic, Joe 90 Top Secret, which ran for 34 issues and presented the TV episodes in strip form, while also including strips based on The Champions and Land of the Giants. [82][83] They were later sold to Carlton International and then Granada International, which merged with Carlton in 2004 to form ITV Global Entertainment, a division of ITV plc. [33] During the 1990s, comparisons were made between Joe and then-Prime Minister John Major, also known for his large glasses. This Joe 90 card features a super Joe 90 image of Joe i nside the BIG RAT device with the message "Brainy!" Other main characters are Sam Loover who is the Deputy Head of the W.I.N, London office and a close personal friend of Professor McClaine. Another series created by pre-eminent special-effects man Gerry Anderson. [61][62], Author John Peel questions Mac's ethics in "experimenting on" Joe to further the development of the BIG RAT. "[8][19] As to naming the main character, Anderson remembered that Steve Zodiac, the protagonist of Fireball XL5, was originally to have had the surname "Ninety". (August 2018) Navigation Home News Shows Links Contact; Social networks. The piano music in the episode "International Concerto" was performed by Robert Docker (while the child's hands seen in the close-up shots of Joe playing belonged to Gray's son, Simon). [91], In the 1980s, Channel 5 (later PolyGram Video) released the series on home video in the UK. February 22, 2020. Merger of "TV Century 21" and "Joe 90 Secret Agent" created the start of this new volume, a change which was accompanied by the issue number reverting to one. In 2005, while discussing obtaining remake rights from Granada, Anderson said: "We have regular meetings and although they are very polite and very nice, nothing ever happens. "[87], Tie-ins included a range from Century 21 Toys comprising friction-drive and battery-operated versions of the Jet Air Car and Sam Loover's car. [6][7][24][25][26][L 1] Each episode took an average of two weeks to film. "[65] La Rivière's attention is drawn to Mac's line at the end of the first episode: the admonition "Don't come crying to me if you get hurt!" [22] Pre-production was completed in October while the last episodes of Captain Scarlet were being filmed. Nine year old Joe McClaine is an agent for W.I.N. There was something about it that was very strange and sinister. The role was assumed by Reg Hill and David Lane. At the heart of the BIG RAT is the "Rat Trap": a spherical cage in which the subject sits while receiving the recorded "brain patterns". 6 October 1968 13 Joe goes into space to save two astronauts stranded in … [68][85][86] The film remains undeveloped. [8][23] Principal photography ran from 13 November 1967 to mid-August 1968 on the two puppet stages at Century 21's studios on the Slough Trading Estate in Berkshire. Young Joe McClaine is known as W.I.N. Joe 90 celebrates his 50th anniversary. [E 9][6] Desmond Saunders comments: "There was an unpleasant side to [the series] which I never really understood. A live-action film adaptation has been proposed more than once but remains undeveloped. 183 images of the Joe 90 cast of characters. [34] Other print media included 1968 and 1969 Joe 90 annuals by Century 21 Publishing as well as two short novels by May Fair Books: Joe 90 and the Raiders and Joe 90 in Revenge. "[51] Of the 30 episodes, only ten feature female characters, a fact that La Rivière attributes to Century 21's pre-occupation with Thunderbird 6 and Doppelgänger. [37] The puppets of Sam Loover and Shane Weston had each made several guest appearances in Captain Scarlet. "[37][54] On her one role in Joe 90, Morgan said: "They needed a voice, they called around and everyone else was out shopping. [34] The closing credits are superimposed over images of objects such as Joe's spectacles and WIN badge. "[6], Producer David Lane praises the series for its humour, contrasting this with the darker tone of Captain Scarlet. [80], In 2001, three Joe 90-themed "trailers" were filmed to accompany the BBC nostalgia series I Love The '90s. The 25-minute episodes are presented in superb picture quality and full, detailed mono sound. The series has also drawn some criticism for its lack of female characters. [25], A Christmas-themed episode, "The Unorthodox Shepherd",[E 1] featured location shooting to an extent that Century 21 had never attempted before. This enables Joe to acquire the skills and knowledge of any kind of person, from Aquanauts to Astronauts, from piano players to brain surgeons. [47], Compared to Captain Scarlet, Joe 90 features a smaller cast of just five regular characters. [15][16][35] Except for Captains Scarlet and Blue, all of the main character puppets from Captain Scarlet were re-used. [84] In 2003, Variety reported that a film version was in the planning stages with Disney producing. Joes adoptive father and computer expert, Professor Ian McClaine, one day finds a machine that he the BIG RAT, (Br I G Record mpulse alvanoscope And Transfer) calls. Torchy and Tex turns 60. [25] The script for the first episode, "The Most Special Agent", was written by Anderson and his wife Sylvia as had been the case on earlier series created by the couple. [3][22][27] Before WIN was devised, Joe was to have become the "Most Special Agent" of the CIA. [E 2] Reporting to Shane Weston, commander-in-chief of WIN in London, he is equipped with a briefcase that is externally an ordinary school case but actually contains a specially-adapted handgun and transceiver. Compared to Captain Scarlet, Joe 90 features a smaller cast of just five regular characters. [6][22], The series was commissioned by Lew Grade in the autumn of 1967. [67] Comparisons have been made to other media featuring child spies, such as the Spy Kids films and the Alex Rider novels. "Joe 90" captilases with some iconic design work and a groovy theme tune. Young Joe McClaine is known as W.I.N. flag. [17], The Supermarionation puppets of Joe 90 were the naturally-proportioned kind that had been introduced for Captain Scarlet. [E 2] Provided he wears special glasses storing the transferred brain patterns, he is able to undertake assignments ranging from piloting fighter aircraft[E 2][E 3][E 4][E 5] to performing neurosurgery[E 6] to playing the piano. [93] Through these releases, the episodes that make up the compilation film were made commercially available in their unedited forms for the first time. [53] Files said that he was "tickled pink" to be working with Davies, commenting: "I hated the way that so many so-called producers wouldn't meet his eye. [15][16] The series' spy-fi theme was further developed in the following Supermarionation series, The Secret Service, which like Joe 90 features an unconventional secret agent (a vicar – Father Stanley Unwin) and an intelligence agency with an acronym for a name (BISHOP – short for "British Intelligence Service Headquarters, Operation Priest"). Commentators have interpreted the spy-fi theme and use of a boy protagonist as both a "kids-play-Bond" concept and an enshrinement of children's imagination. For their regular roles in Joe 90 they were given a range of alternative "mood" heads, including "smilers", "frowners" and "blinkers". "[6], Joe 90 debuted on ATV Midlands and Tyne Tees Television in late September 1968. After seven issues, this merged into Fleetway's Thunderbirds comic. 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