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"What a maiden voyage this has turned out to be. Even the weather's deteriorating."
— Ocean Pioneer I Commmander
Thunderbirds
Season 1, Episode 19
Image Danger
Air date 3rd February 1966
Written by Donald Robertson
Directed by Desmond Saunders
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"Danger At Ocean Deep" is the nineteenth episode of Thunderbirds season 1, first broadcast on 3rd February 1966. It was the 22nd episode produced.

Lost in a mysterious fog while at sea, Ocean Pioneer explodes without any apparent reason. It is only after a replacement vessel has been built and sent on an identical mission that Brains discovers that the cargo becomes highly explosive in the presence of a certain variety of sea algae.

Episode GuideEdit

Main article: Danger At Ocean Deep/Episode Guide

Regular Voice CastEdit

Guest Voice CastEdit

Ocean-pioneer-ii-Captain

Ocean Pioneer II Captain

Guest Cameo AppearancesEdit

  • Various onlookers at the Launching of Ocean Pioneer II

International Rescue Equipment UsedEdit

Non-International Rescue Equipment UsedEdit

TriviaEdit

  • Alan Perry was an uncredited camera operator on this episode.
  • This is the only episode in which John goes on a rescue. At the end of the episode, he says that he has been on a "dozen" rescue missions.
  • Lord Worden was previously seen as Sir Jeremy Hodge in The Perils Of Penelope, while the mayor (on Penelope's right at the launching of Ocean Pioneer II) was previously seen as Professor Holden in The Mighty Atom. Lord Silton and Lovegrove (both from Vault Of Death), Tidman (from The Man From MI.5) and Bob Williams (from Cry Wolf) are also visible in the crowd.
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    Alan Perry shooting the launch of Ocean Pioneer II.

  • Much of the music from this episode is recycled from the Stingray episode The Big Gun.
  • The music played during the launch of Ocean Pioneer II is recycled from the Fireball XL5 episode Flying Zodiac and from the Stingray episode Stand by for Action. It was also re-used later in the Captain Scarlet episode The Launching, during the launching of the ship President Roberts.
  • Ironically, Virgil accidentally contributes to Ocean Pioneer II's destruction when one of Thunderbird 2's thrusters collides with the sea tanker's antenna, setting it alight.

GoofsEdit

Main article: Danger At Ocean Deep/Goofs

TranscriptEdit

Main article: Danger At Ocean Deep/Transcript

Foreign TitlesEdit

  • French: Danger sur les mers
  • German: Gefahr aus dem Meer
  • Spanish: Alerta en el Fondo del Océano; Peligro en alta mar (DVD)
  • Italian: Pericolo in alto mare
  • Dutch: De kokende zee (TV); Gevaar in de diepe zee (VHS, DVD)
  • Japanese: オーシャンパイオニア号の危機

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