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Credibility Gap

Credibility Gap

Credibility Gap (1973) Episode FM # 15- My Favorite Martians Cartoon Episode Guide Credibility Gap

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  • 1973
  • Filmation Associates, Jack Chertok Productions
  • My Favorite Martians Episode Guide
  • Cartoon Characters: Uncle Martin, Tim O'Hara, Andromeda, Katy O'Hara, Lorelei Brown, Bill, Brad Brennan, Tiny, Crumbs, Chump, Okey, Jan Coral, Miss Casserole, Andy, Gertrude Schneeman.
  • Vocal Talent: Jonathan Harris (Uncle Martin), Lane Scheimer (Andy), Jane Webb (Katy, Lorelei, Jan, Miss Casserole), Howard Morris (Tim, Brad, Security Officer Brennan, Tiny, Crumbs, Chump, Okie).
  • Directed By Hal Sutherland.
  • Produced By Lou Scheimer, Norm Prescott.

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Cartoon Summary:

Lorelei tries matchmaking by introducing her niece to Andy, the teenage Martian boy. The lovebirds attend a performance by Gertrude Schneeman, who recites her own unpublished poetry and accompanies herself on a snare drum. Meanwhile, secret policeman Brennan...  (more)

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