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>Hanna-Barbera Studios
  • Hanna-Barbera Studios
  • Animated Characters: Frankenstein Jr., Buzz Conroy, Dr. Conroy, Coil-Man, Fluid-Man, Multi-Man, Big D, Paper Doll, Big D.
  • First Aired in 1966.
  • Running Time: 30 minutes.
  • Color
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

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Bearing little resemblance to the Mary Shelley character or his creation, Frankenstein Jr. was a friendly thirty-foot robot. Invented by Buzz Conroy, the son of a scientist, Frank Jr. fought off such enemies as the Colossal Junk Monster and the Alien Brain from Outer Space. Once activated by Buzz's ring, the robot could talk, swim, fly, and shoot stun rays. Take that, Boris Karloff!

In a separate segment, The Impossibles were three secret agents who masqueraded as a rock band. Coil Man could bounce and stretch himself anywhere, Fluid Man could turn from solid to liquid, and Multi Man was a human Xerox machine, who could quickly make duplicates of himself (and without ever getting jammed). Somehow, the "rockers" used these intensely specific abilities to combat their foes, including the Fiendish Fiddler and the Diabolical Daubler.

Protesting parents have been around as long as TV itself, and Frankenstein Jr. and the Impossibles was an early casualty. In 1968, the show was forced off the air due to excessive violence. Once the outcry cooled off, the mound of metal could be seen in reruns, in the form of The Space Ghost/Frankenstein Jr. Show, on NBC in 1976.

Traditional, Hand-drawn Animation.

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Frankenstein Jr. was one of my favorite cartoons as a child. Some of it had to do with rarely getting to see it, I always had Saturday catechism and missed many episodes. But what I did see fascinated me. The drawing of the main character, colors, and deep...  (read more)

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I love this cartoon!When I was a kid I used to watch this cartoon every Saturday. When I re-discovered it on the cartoon network, I almost shed a tear!

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