Lady Penelope Creighton-Ward

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Lady Penelope Creighton-Ward


Morrissey mentions the character and show in Autobiography:

"Thunderbirds are an international rescue service operating from a private Pacific island, where doll-brothers Scott, Virgil, Alan, Gordon and John are anything but problem kids. How could a boy possibly be named Virgil? Thunderbirds launch their space and sea crafts with a shout of ‘F. A. B.!’ and their fearless London Agent is Lady Penelope. They are, of course, animated puppets, yet they are as real as I am."

Her photoshopped image was used as a drum header circa 2016 (image alterations are credited to Sam Esty Rayner):

Wikipedia Information


Lady Penelope Creighton-Ward is a fictional character introduced in the British 1960s Supermarionation television series Thunderbirds, which was produced by AP Films (APF) for ITC Entertainment. The character also appears in the film sequels Thunderbirds Are Go (1966) and Thunderbird 6 (1968), the 2004 live-action film Thunderbirds and the CGI remake series Thunderbirds Are Go. In the world of Thunderbirds, Penelope is employed by the secret organisation International Rescue as its London field agent. The puppet character of the TV series and first two films were voiced by Sylvia Anderson. In the live-action film, she was portrayed by Sophia Myles, while in the remake series she is voiced by Rosamund Pike.

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