Synopsis for the TV Cartoon Spy Order 100 (Misguided Machines)

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Spy Order 100

Spy Order 100

English Title: Misguided Machines

Spy Order 100 (Misguided Machines) (1964) - 8 Man Anime Episode Guide Spy Order 100

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  • 8 Man Anime Episode Guide
  • Distributed by: ABC Films
  • Cartoon Characters: Brady/Tobor/8 Man, Professor Genius, Chief of Police Fumblethumbs, Jenny Heartsweet, Skip Pepper.
  • Originally Released in 1964.
  • Black & White
  • Running Time: 25 minutes.
  • Japan  Japan

Cartoon Summary:

Detective Tobor is assigned to investigate the mysterious disappearances of ninety-nine Metro agents in the ancient country of Mekania. When he arrives he is stunned to discover that machines are in control and the humans are their slaves! When his contact, Agent 99- Sherlock Bond (I kid you not) is captured by the Machine Police, Tobor is aided further by the missing President Gregory's daughter____. As it turns out she is the leader of the underground movement that opposes the rule of the heartless machines. Joining forces, 8th Man, Bond and her travel into the desert in search of the ancient city of Mekania and the despotic "Great Computer" to put an end to its mad plan.

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