More Shows we need your help with!
Shows we have been unable to find in order to get pictures of the characters:
Colonel Bleep - 1950
Harlem Globetrotters - 1970
Josie and the Pussycats in Outer Space - 1972
Mission Magic - 1972
My Favorite Martians - 1973
Lassie's Rescue Rangers - 1973
These Are the Days - 1973
Secret Lives of Waldo Kitty - 1974
Fabulous Funnies - 1977
Heckle and Jeckle (from the New Adventures of Mighty Mouse and Heckle and Jeckle) 1978
New Adventures of Zorro - 1978
Gilligans Planet - 1979
Pitfall Harry - (from Saturday Supercade) 1980
Wildfire - 1984
Maxie's World - 1986
The New Yogi Bear Show - 1986
Rude Dog and the Dweebs - 1986
Shows we have been unable to find any information on the voice cast:
Pow Wow the Indian Boy - 1940
Colonel Bleep - 1950
King Kong Show - 1966
Street Frogs - 1985 (part of The Comic Strip)
Mini-Monsters - 1985 (part of The Comic Strip)
Robocop - 1986 (NOT the 90s series)
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Re: More Shows we need your help with!
Did a little bit of research on Colonel Bleep and was able to find some on Youtube, so at least you can get pictures now.
As for the voices, while I can't confirm this at least yet, what I strongly suspect is happening is that what little voice work there is is all done by the narrator, hence him being the only known credit. It reminds me very much of having a storybook read to me.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AcJ1qLVBEY0 (not as good quality but it has some of the recurring villains the others don't)
And if you want more, I found this site where a guy has pretty much all the episodes currently known to survive (only watched one so far, gotta get back to my DVDs >.>), but it's really clunky to navigate and the search and tags seem to be broken. So instead I give you my custom Google video search for colonel bleep with only results from toonheads.tv shown. Hopefully this link works.
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