The Great Balloon RaceThe Great Balloon Race (1967) Episode 8- Tom Slick Cartoon Episode Guide by Dave Koch
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- Tom Slick Cartoon Episode GuideEpisode GuideTelevisionSeriesCartoon
- Traditional Animation
- Jay Ward Productions, Pantomime Pictures
- Cartoon Characters: Tom Slick, Gertie Growler, Marigold, Race Caller, Baron Otto Matic, Ponsfoot, Fellini Scallopini, Clutcher, Sir Stanley Steamer, French Official.
- Voice Actors: Bill Scott, June Foray, Paul Frees, Daws Butler.
- Directed By Gerard Baldwin.
- Produced By Betty Brenon, Jan Gusdavison, Doris Nelson, Ponsonby Britt O.B.E., Jay Ward, Bill Scott, Helen Hanson.
- Animated By Bob Bachman, Howard Baldwin, Herman Cohen, Phil Duncan, Bob Goe, Fred Madison, Bob Maxfield, Gary Mooney, Barrie Nelson, Jack Schnerk, Rod Scribner, Rudy Zamora, Alan Zaslove; more Animators ...
- Written By Chris Jenkyns, Jim MacGeorge, John Marshall, Jack Mendelsohn, Lloyd Turner.
- Music: Stan Worth, Sheldon Allman.
- Editor: Skip Craig, Roger Donley.
- First Aired on October 28, 1967.
- Originally Aired on ABC-TV (USA).
- Running Time: 6 minutes.
It's a veritable hot-air contest to see who can cross the English Channel to be the first to arrive in Paris. Will it be Baron Otto Matic, the Italian with the... (more)
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Tom Slick was the coolest race driver this side of Speed Racer. Well, maybe not the coolest, but at least the funniest. With his never-fail optimism, Tom would calmly tell his girlfriend, "There's no... (more)
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