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The Prehysteric Inventor

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TerryToon Cartoons, CBS Films Dayton Allen Art Bartsch, Bob Kuwahara, Connie Rasinski, Dave Tendlar Bill Weiss , , , , Jack MacConnell Phil Scheib
  • 1963
  • TerryToon Cartoons, CBS Films
  • 20th Century Fox
  • Luno Episode Guide
  • Cartoon Characters: Luno the Flying White Stallion, Tim, Caveman, Dinosaur.
  • Vocal Talent: Dayton Allen (Tim, Luno).
  • Directed By Art Bartsch, Bob Kuwahara, Connie Rasinski, Dave Tendlar.
  • Produced By Bill Weiss (Executive Producer).
  • Animated By Cosmo Anzilotti, Ralph Bakshi, Mannie Davis.
  • Written By Larz Bourne, Eli Bauer, Glan Heisch, Bob Ogle, Bob Kuwahara.
  • Edited By Jack MacConnell.

Additional Crew:



  • Story Supervisor: Tom Morrison.
  • Backgrounds: Bill Focht, John Zago.
  • Photography: Ted Moskowitz, Joe Rasinski.

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Luno travels back to the caveman era this time. He finds a caveman trying to invent a stone box to hide in from the dinosaurs. A dinosaur attacks, and they must...  (more)

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