Five-volume box set containing all thirty-nine episodes of Gerry Anderson's cult Supermarionation series. In 'Stingray', Troy and Phones are saved by slave girl Marina after her master Titan takes them prisoner. 'Plant of Doom' sees Troy attempting to prove Marina's innocence after she is falsely accused of trying to murder Atlanta. In 'Sea of Oil', Atlanta is captured by an undersea race who have hatched a plot to blow up Stingray. 'Hostages of the Deep' sees Marina captured by undersea monster Gadus. In 'Treasure Down Below', the Stingray team are captured by some undersea pirates while hunting for buried treasure. 'The Big Gun' sees Troy investigating the destruction of three islands, and making the discovery that a race of hostile aliens exist in an ocean beneath the Pacific. In 'The Golden Sea', Titan hatches a plot to destroy Stingray using a swordfish's electrical energy. 'The Ghost Ship' sees Commander Shore boarding Stingray to go in search of a missing galleon. In 'Countdown', agent X-2-Zero lures the mute Marina into a trap when he pretends that he can teach her to speak. 'The Ghost of the Sea' sees Commander Shore forced to relive the series of events that left him crippled via a series of nightmarish flashbacks. In 'Emergency Marineville', the crew of Stingray are captured whilst investigating a missile strike on Marineville. 'Subterranean Sea' finds the Stingray crew forced to cancel their leave when they are ordered to investigate the undersea subterrain. In 'The Loch Ness Monster', the Stingray crew are sent to investigate reported sightings of the infamous famous sea monster. 'The Invaders' sees Troy, Phones and Marina interrogated by an undersea race who can read minds. In 'Secret of the Giant Oyster', Marina becomes concerned when Troy is sent to help two greedy divers retrieve a priceless pearl from an oyster. 'Raptures of the Deep' sees Troy fantasising that Marina, Atlanta and Phones are his servants when he becomes delirious through lack of air. In 'Stand By for Action', Troy is put out when a film crew arrive at Marineville and he discovers that he is to be played by handsome film star Johnny Swoonara. 'The Disappearing Ships' sees Troy and Phones on the trail of three missing freighters. In 'Man from the Navy', a feud develops between Troy and a boastful naval captain. 'Marineville Traitor' finds Commander Shore suspected of stealing a vital piece of equipment. In 'Tom Thumb Tempest', Troy dreams that Stingray has been miniaturised and left at the mercy of Titan's fishtank pets. 'Pink Ice' sees Stingray investigating the freezing of the world's oceans by pink ice. In 'The Master Plan', Titan asks for Marina in exchange for the antidote to a poison which is slowly killing Troy. 'Star of the East' sees Marina kidnapped by would-be WASP member El Hudat. In 'An Echo of Danger', Phones is accused of negligence after being decoyed by Agent X-2-Zero. 'Invisible Enemy' sees Stingray rescuing a man who carries a hypnotic virus. In 'Deep Heat', the Stingray crew are betrayed by a pair of underwater beings they have rescued from certain death. 'In Search of the Tajmanon' sees Atlanta joining the crew on a mission to Africa to track down a vanished palace. In 'Titan Goes Pop', Titan holds captive pop star 'The Duke' - who he is convinced is on his side in the battle against humanity. In 'Set Sail for Adventure', the Stingray crew are forced to man an ancient sailing ship in order to meet a challenge by one of Commander Shore's old friends. 'Tune of Danger' sees Troy racing to save a jazz group from a bomb hidden in one of their instruments, while in 'Rescue from the Skies', agent X-2-zero cripples Stingray and tapes a bomb to the ship's side during a training exercise. 'The Cool Caveman' sees Troy getting an idea for Atlanta's fancy dress party after he has a dream about underwater cavemen, and in 'A Nut for Marineville', Professor Burgoyne designs a new missile for Stingray. In 'Trapped in the Depths', Atlanta is kidnapped by the crazed Professor Cordo while studying on a fish farm. 'Eastern Eclipse' sees Agent X-2-Zero substituting the innocent Ali Khali for his evil twin El Hudat in Marineville prison. In 'A Christmas to Remember', the orphaned son of an ex-WASP aquanaut joins Troy on board Stingray for Christmas. 'The Lighthouse Dwellers' sees Troy and Phones investigating the illicit use of a supposedly disused lighthouse by an underwater race. In 'Aquanaut of the Year', Troy becomes the subject of 'This is Your Life', and relives his most exciting adventures.