The Lizard SlaversThe Lizard Slavers (1966) Season 1 Episode 02-A- Space Ghost Cartoon Episode Guide by Dave Koch
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- Hanna-Barbera Studios
- Columbia/Screen Gems
- Space Ghost Episode Guide
- Cartoon Characters: Space Ghost, Jan, Jayce, The Lizard Slavers.
- Vocal Talent: Gary Owens (Space Ghost, narrator), Ginny Tyler (Jan), Tim Matthieson (Jace), Don Messick (Blip).
- Directed By William Hanna, Joseph Barbera.
Animation Director: Charles Nichols (as Charles A. Nichols).
- Produced By William Hanna, Joseph Barbera.
- Animated By Jerry Hathcock, George Nicholas, Allen Wilzbach, O. E. Callahan, Ken Southworth, Mike Webster, Bill Hutten, Ed Parks, Ed Barge, Rudy Cataldi, George Rowley, Bob Carr, Hicks Lokey, John Sparey.
- Written By Lewis Marshall, Paul Sommer, Bill Perez, Walter Black, Bill Hamilton.
- Edited By Warner Leighton, Larry Cowan, Milton Krear, Tony Milch, Don Douglas.
- Created By: Alex Toth.
- Production Supervisor: Howard Hanson.
- Camera: Frank Paiker, Frank Parrish, John Pratt, Roy Wade, Charles Flekal, Bill Kotler, Roger Sims, Dick Blundell.
- Layout: Alex Toth, Homer Jonas, Bob Singer, Walt Clinton, Mo Gollub, Tony Sgroi, Alex Ignatiev, Hi Mankin.
- Backgrounds: F. Montealegre, Ron Dias, Paul Julian, Bob Gentle, Rene Garcia, Art Lozzi.
- Sound Direction: Richard Olson, Bill Getty.
© 1966 Hanna-Barbera Productions, Inc.
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The Lizard Slavers capture Jace and Jan in an energy beam while the twins are investigating a strange planet. The Lizard Slavers hijack ships and sell the passengers as slaves. Space Ghost and Blip arrive in the Phantom Cruiser on inviso power and capture the... (more)