Goldheimer is a film director; and he's presently seeking to secure financing for his next project, a science-fiction movie set in the Nevada Desert.
Goldheimer has not been having luck at the box office lately. Indeed, when he and Bletcher sit down for a meeting in Bletcher's office, the film producer points out that all four of Goldheimer's previous movies failed to score with audiences. However, Bletcher's boss - Mr. Stutt - appears more open-minded: Stutt agrees to give Goldheimer a four-million-dollar advance on his next production - on the condition that he starts shooting within a month...
On Location in the Nevada DesertEdit
The Stolen FilmEdit
When two of Goldheimer's actors are trapped in a cave by an explosion (of Mr Stutt's making), they are saved by International Rescue. Afterward, as Scott Tracy is about to leave the filming location, Goldheimer takes a snap of Thunderbird 1. But Scott demurs, reminding him of IR's no-photographs rule. Goldheimer's fine with that - but, he asks, what about the other film he'd already taken?
Alarmed at this, and realising that TB1's Automatic Camera Detector has been tampered with, Scott then asks Goldhemier to show him a playback of that film - and, sure enough, the entire rescue appears!
- The Goldheimer puppet made only one other appearance, and even then its face was completely hidden from view.