Frankenstein, Jr. - Huge flying robot
on the Saturday morning cartoon FRANKENSTEIN JR. AND THE IMPOSSIBLES/CBS/1966-68.
Resembling the classic film monster, Frankenstein, Jr. (voice of Ted
Cassidy) was a thirty-foot robot created by Dr. Conroy (voice of
John Stephenson) and controlled by his son, Buzz (voice of Dick Beals)
who wore a special radar ring. The password "Allakazoom" activated
the mighty robot.
and Frankenstein, Jr.
Also on the program were The Impossibles, a group of rock 'n roll
super teenage detectives who solved crimes and helped others in
The Impossibles were Coil Man (voice of Hal Smith), Fluid Man (voice
of Paul Frees) and Multi-Man (voice of Don Messick). The superheroes
receive assignments from "Big D" by ways of a receiver in the base
of Coil-Man's guitar.
Portions of the original Frankenstein, Jr. series were later
rebroadcast as part of a midseason replacement series called SPACE
GHOST/FRANKENSTEIN JR. SHOW/NBC/1976-77.
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