I don't think it would fit comfortably in any of them. But to avoid being a party pooper, let's try fitting it into ... say ... UFO ...Somewhere on the border between Yorkshire and Lancashire is a toy-factory. Among other fantastical toys, it produces the Project S.W.O.R.D. range. All these, including the Moonbase set, are on display in a large, brightly lit showroom.But of course, all this is a front. In reality, this factory-marketing company is t'Northern branch of S.H.A.D.O. and beneath the injection-moulding machines lies a labyrinthine complex dedicated to protecting Earth from invading aliens.The space toys serve both to persuade the populace that alien invasion is a kids-game, and as a source of recruitment from those children who are inspired by the toys to dream of higher things.No .... I'm not convinced either. (laughs)
Project SWORD would have made a great disaster movie like When Worlds Collide or They should have used it in Thunderbird 6 to give that film some much needed pazazz instead of that silly biplane at the end!
Ha ha Toad! T' SWORD! I howled at that one! Eee by gum, ecky thump! It's W.I.N up North!
I was thinking Fireball XL5, myself. That show seems to fit best with Project SWORD's themes of space exploration and adventure.
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