The Tele-Comics (Series) (1949) Cartoon Series

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The Tele-Comics (Series)

The Tele-Comics (Series) (1949) Cartoon Series The Tele-Comics (Series)

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  • The Tele-Comics Cartoon SeriesSeries
  • Traditional Animation
  • Vallee Video
  • Cartoon Characters: Brother Goose, Joey, Jug, Rick Rack, Su Lah, Danny March, Mayor, Johnny, Mr. Do Right, Eddie Hale/Kid Champion, Horace "Space" Barton Jr., Lucky Skinner.
  • Voice Actors: Bob Bruce, Howard McNear, Pat McGeeham, Lurene Tuttle.
  • Series Began Airing around 1949.
  • Originally Released in Syndication.
  • Running Time: 15 minutes.
  • Black & White
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

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A rotating series of eight serialized cartoons: "Brother Goose," "Joey And Jug," "Rick Rack, Secret Agent," "Su Lah," "Danny March," "Johnny And Mr. Do Right," "Kid Champion," and...  (more)

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I thoroughly enjoyed the Danny March, Space Barton and Kid Champion cartoons in the late 40s - early 50s. My dad got me some publicity stills which I treasured! Top...  (read more)

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It might be because of my age, but when I first saw Telecomics as a child I loved it. To me it was the daily newspaper comics come to life and the stories were pretty good, too. When I watched it there were 3 characters with short say five min. segments telling...  (read more)

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