Death was standing behind a lectern, poring over a map. He looked at Mort as if he wasn't entirely there.
You haven't heard of the Bay of Mante, have you? he said.
'No, sir,' said Mort.
'Famous shipwreck there.'
'There will be', said Death, 'if I can find the damn place.'
I remember watching Stingray, Thunderbirds and Captain Scarlet on the family's black & white TV several decades ago. *sigh*
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That show was a bit too "Uncanny Valley" for me to enjoy as a kid (or as an adult, for that matter); still sorry to hear this.
I remember Stingray. I must have been too old when Thunderbirds was playing.
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Gerry Anderson was way ahead of his time,,,, Mind you, you could (and still can be) in Sci Fi. I do wish we had a real International Rescue, complete with those fantastic machines. Although quite how they'd manage the amount of calls they'd receive these days, is anyone's guess.
Those shows never appealed to me as a kid growing up. Then again I look back on original transformers and wonder how the heck I got into watching them as well.
I will admit the action in those shows was pretty good for its time and his creative element will be missed. May he rest in peace..
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