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Three Predictions Of Dr. Doom (1967) Season 1 Episode 26-6- Fantastic Four Cartoon Episode Guide Three Predictions Of Dr. Doom

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>Hanna-Barbera Studios
  • Hanna-Barbera Studios
  • Animated Characters: Reed Richards/Mr. Fantastic, Ben Grimm/The Thing, Johnny Storm/The Human Torch, Sue Storm-Richards/The Invisible Girl, Dr. Doom, The Watcher.
  • First Aired about 1967.
  • Episode Number: 26-6
  • Running Time: 30 minutes.
  • Season: 1
  • Color
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

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Based on the popular Marvel comic book characters, The Fantastic Four were a group of scientists who were accidentally struck by cosmic rays during the launching of a test rocket ship. When their experimental ship passed through cosmic radiation too strong for its shields to withstand, the fouróscientist and rocket designer Reed Richards, his wife Sue, ace pilot and lovable lunkhead Ben Grimm, and Sue's hotshot younger brother Johnny Stormówere all bombarded with cosmic rays. Crash landing on earth, the four discovered that the radiation had left each of them with a strange, new power.

Reed, soon to be called Mr. Fantastic, became a pliable mass, with limbs that could stretch to seemingly endless limits. Sue gained the power of invisibility, and was thus named the Invisible Girl. Ben became The Thing, an incredibly strong, orange granite behemoth who constantly grumbled about his new lumpy appearance. Johnny gained the ability to "Flame on," encasing his body in fire and giving him the power of flight. The impetuous youth's new powers earned him the nom de superhero The Human Torch.

Flying into action aboard the Richards-designed U-Car, the Fantastic Four battled such evil luminaries as the Mole Man, the alien Skrulls, and the despotic Doctor Doom. The Fantastic Four ran for two original seasons and one season of repeats before bowing out in 1970. Later in the decade, The New Fantastic Four hit the airwaves, with The Human Torch replaced by wisecracking robot H.E.R.B.I.E. The new show lasted only one season, but the original foursome returned with new episodes fifteen years later as part of Iron Man.

Traditional, Hand-drawn Animation.

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Great B&G scene. This cartoon affected me in a BIG way. Sue Richards look so delectable in that evening gown and getting tied up in it.

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The Invisible Girl is delectable as she shows some of that creamy skin while being kidnapped by Dr.Doom.When she is shown with a gag around her mouth on the monitor my haert raced but the scene was...  (read more)

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