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In From Thunderbirds to Pterodactyls - My Autobiography, Shane Rimmer recalls the years he spent as an actor, voice artist and writer for Gerry Anderson's classic productions, as well as his appearances in other memorable shows such as Doctor Who, Coronation Street and Lipstick On Your Collar.
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“I'm Brogan...Lieutenant Brogan. For fifteen years I worked for the NYPD...Now I'm a Space Cop.” After 15 years as a New York street cop, Lt. Chuck Brogan is appointed commanding officer of Space Police Precinct 44, an intergalactic police corps fighting organised crime on alien worlds. But in the famous “Mr Big's Secret Hideout” nightclub, V. Lann and E. Vile are plotting the demise of the President. Brogan and his team only have a limited time to foil the terrorists' plot and save the President's life. In the mid-1980's Gerry Anderson - the man behind cult classics like Fireball XL5, Thunderbirds, Space:1999 - came up with a concept for an exciting new television series. Together with long-time collaborator Tony Barwick, Gerry wrote and shot the pilot story for Space Police. Once the pilot was complete it would take nearly 10 years to secure the funding to make the series which was eventually renamed Space Precinct. Now, for the first time, the original screenplay of this untransmitted pilot film is available for Gerry Anderson fans worldwide to enjoy!

The Style's Rimmer, Shane Rimmer - Mesquite Local News

Considerably recognized as the voice on a 60’s British children’s show, Shane Rimmer also worked alongside the BBC’s original Dr. Who, helped R2-D2 into an X-wing fighter, delivered an atomic batter in “Dr. Strangelove,” and battled villains with two... Originally from Canada, Rimmer made a film career playing technicians, military men, and numerous supporting characters (see www. He has lived in Enormous Britain since the 1950s, retaining a distinctive North American accent making him much sort after in the British film bustle. “I hit England at a lucky time when there weren’t many North American actors here,” said Rimmer by phone from his home in Hertfordshire. “But you de facto had to put your career ahead of everything else, and I just didn’t like the idea of handing over my life to Hollywood. In 1966 he appeared in an at episode of “Dr. Who” which, still in production today, is now well-known in the U. S. “William Hartnell played the first ‘Doctor’ back then,” recalled Rimmer. “My outset day on the set, he came up and asked if I was from north or south of the Mason-Dixon Line. But it was in the 60s British sci-fi kids show “Thunderbirds” where Rimmer made an weight, voicing Scott Tracy, pilot of the Thunderbird 1 aircraft. The action show, created by Gerry and Sylvia Anderson, became exceptionally popular in Europe, Canada, Japan, and Australia and used marionette puppets, detailed miniature models, and marked special effects to portray the adventures of an... “Gerry Anderson heard me on a BBC serial and thought my voice would be creditable,” said Rimmer. “He wanted a mid-Atlantic sound – not totally British, nor American. I still remember the recording sessions because all the actors were crowded on all sides one gigantic microphone. They had some beautiful receiver mics in those days – ours looked like Big Ben in the middle of the studio. A 1964 r as copilot of a bomber sent to Russia in “Dr. Strangelove” gave his movie career a boost. “A big film like that gets your dignitary out there and entry to other projects you might never have had. As a result, Rimmer joined the Bond family in the 60s and 70s, making three spy films working with both Sean Connery and Roger Moore. I liked him, but you didn’t hoodwink around and stuck to the script. He reworked the Bond character to fit his personality. As for the latest Bond incarnation, Daniel Craig, Rimmer approves. In 1977, Rimmer appeared succinctly in the original “Star Wars”. Source:

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  • The Identify's Rimmer, Shane Rimmer

    06/20/14 ,via Mesquite Local News

    Generally recognized as the voice on a 60's British children's show, Shane Rimmer also worked alongside the BBC's original Dr. Who, helped R2-D2 into an X-wing fighter, delivered an atomic bomb in “Dr. Strangelove,” and battled villains with two James

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Shane Rimmer - IMDb

Shane Rimmer, Actor: Dr. Strangelove or: How I Academic to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb. Shane Rimmer was born on May 28, 1932 in Toronto, Canada. He is an actor ...

Shane Rimmer - shane-accommodations

SHANE WILL BE APPEARING AT - THE LONDON FILM Rule-Saturday March 25th. Storey's Gate, London SW1H 9NH FILM AND COMIC CON-Saturday May 20th.

Shane (name) - Wikipedia

Shane is mainly a masculine given luminary. It is an Anglicised version of the Irish name Seán, which itself is cognate to the name John. Shane comes from the way the ...

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