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Attack Of The Tiger

Teleplay by
Tony Barwick

Directed by
Peter Anderson

Edited by
Alan Killick

Original UK Airdate:
March 16th, 1969 (ATV Midlands)

"A heavy responsibility rests on your shoulders, young man.
The future of the world could well be in your hands."

The code name of Tiger hides the identity of Joe 90
when sent on one of his next hazardous missions.

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Somewhere in Asia a W.I.N. agent observes a secret underground rocket complex. He is spotted and chased but manages to reach a frontier post just before he is shot.

The message he has dictated into his W.I.N. pen recorder tells Sam and Shane that their worst fears are about to be realised. The opposition plan to put a nuclear device into orbit from the underground complex and hold the world to ransom. The base must be destroyed, and World Intelligence are given the task.

They will use the VG 104, the Air Force's most heavily armed fighter bomber, piloted by Joe with the brain patterns of an expert on the Eastern Alliance System. His code name will be Tiger.

Joe takes off and, refuelling on route, reaches the enemy coast and flies in under the radar. He continues to the base and despite the tremendous anti-aircraft fire presses home the attack. In a desperate final dive Joe hits the fuelled rocket which explodes and destroys the complex. Mission accomplished.

Regular Cast:
Joe, Mac, Sam, Shane
Additional Voice Cast:
Agent 26 ('Fez') Gary Files
General Jeremy Wilkin
Officer Jeremy Wilkin
Lieutenant Jeremy Wilkin
Private Gary Files
"Fearless" Foley Gary Files
Control (voice) Gary Files
Tanker (voice) Jeremy Wilkin
Hunter 1 Gary Files
Hunter 2 Jeremy Wilkin

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