October 5th, 1963-September 25th, 1965 (NBC)
This Saturday morning series was one of the first to use supermarionation, a technique using fine wires and plastic models developed by creator Gerry Anderson. The series was set in Space City with its central character being Colonel Steve Zodiac, who piloted his spacecraft, Fireball XL-5, throughout the Galaxy.
September 30, 1960-September 2, 1966.
The first prime-time cartoon series made especially for television, "The Flintstones" was rerun on Saturday mornings over NBC-TV from 1967 to 1970. During its original run it had a six-year run far longer than any of the other prime-time cartoon shows.
In this episode Fiendish Pictures is looking for someone to play the monster lead in his contest entitled, "SON OF ROCKZILLA."
Barney is their number one choice. He accepts for the fee of $50.
Joined in progress.
Commercials include: Frisbee, Hula Hoop, Cheerios, KEDS brand "Tiger Paws" sneakers, Clackers crackers, Coco Marsh, promo for the TV series "The Outsider."
Animated adaptation of the Charles Dickens classic. Narrated by
Ken Sansom, whose name was later changed to Ken Sanson.
Ron Haddrick does an admirable job providing the voice of Scrooge. Music by Richard Bowden.
Produced in Australia.
Originally released in 1969. Subsequently aired December 13, 1970. Broadcast many times on CBS on a Sunday afternoon prior to the Christmas holiday.
A noteworthy animated feature from the Famous Classic Tales canon series which included "A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court," "Treasure Island," Swiss Family Robinson, "Adventures of Sinbad, "Legend of Robin Hood," Robinson Crusoe, "Journey to the Center of the Earth," and "Tales of Washington Irving."
NOTE: Rare. Never released on DVD or as an Audio Only cassette or CD.
The voices of Robert Morse, Bob McFadden, Don Messick, Paul Frees, Burl Ives, and Stan Freberg are heard in this animated TV special, which tells the story of the Easter Bunny's origin.
Burl Ives does the narration.
When Santa has an accident at Fred's house on Christmas Eve, Fred and Barney have to continue his run for him.
The voices of Mel Blanc, Lucille Bliss, Henry Corden, Virginia Gregg, Gay Autterson, Don Messick, Hal Smith, John Stephenson and Jean Vander Ply are heard in this animated Christmas Special.
A lovable snowman comes to life, but will melt away unless a little girl who loves him finds a way to save him. Billy De Wolfe, Jimmy Durante and Jackie Vernon provide the voices in this class filmed cartoon rerun which originally appeared on TV December 7, 1969.
A tuneful holiday cartoon from Italy. "A special baby has been born," and the forest animals wants to do something special. The animal kingdom celebrates the Birth of Christ...a new animated musical delight.
Special: This animated version of Bil Keane's comic strip focuses on Jeffy, who believes Santa will be bringing a special Christmas gift- "granddad down from heaven." Sarah Vaughan performs "The Dreamer."