- "Getting the Crown Jewels is a bit different than the heirlooms we've stolen so far..."
Dawkins is a jewel thief by profession, as well as chauffeur for his employer and criminal cohort, Mr. Charles. Together, the two embarked upon a notorious string of robberies (being exceedingly selective, in what they stole) of British stately homes - including Creighton-Ward Manor, which drew the notice of its owner, the aristocratic (and International Rescue agent) Lady Penelope Creighton-Ward.
Dawkins' boss, however, has a far-loftier target in mind: nothing less than the theft of the British Crown Jewels!. He and Mr. Charles infiltrate the historic Tower of London to steal them - but their plans are ultimately thwarted, by Penelope and her own chauffeur (and fellow IR agent), Parker, along with International Rescue aquanaut Gordon Tracy; and both Dawkins and his employer are subsequently arrested for their crimes...
- The artwork for Dawkins' puppet head was unveiled officially on the official Thunderbirds 1965 Kickstarter, Twitter and Facebook page on November 19, 2015.