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Desc:The most expensive Saturday Cartoon ever made, from the Space Year 1977
Category:Classic TV Clips, Science & Technology
Tags:Peepo, Oh the Pain, Fresh Faced Kids, Jonathon Harris, Graveyard of Sci-Fi Actors
Submitted:DrVital
Date:05/17/08
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Comment count is 8
Caminante Nocturno - 2008-05-17
So the common theme in TV sci-fi during the seventies was to take the blandest people possible and put them in space.

These five stars are for the name Ric Carrott. That must've been the fun name to grow up with.
chumbucket - 2008-05-17
no, the common theme is to take all of the non-regular but seen a lot of on other shows people and throw them together in a kids show that makes them seem bland and unactingly-like.

NineEleven - 2008-05-17
It probably is the most expensive cartoon ever made because the animation is SO DAMN REALISTIC, I was fooled many times.
doc duodenum - 2008-05-17
I went there
Desidiosus - 2008-05-17
Peepo = Twiki - Mel Blanc
kingarthur - 2008-05-17
Sooo, sometime after Lost In Space someone thought it was time the creepy pedophiliac tendencies of Dr. Smith be ignored and place him onboard a starship full of children, yes? Oh, and Peepo. Did he earn the name..because someone used it to spy on that Pamelyn Fardin girl?
kingarthur - 2008-05-18
Bonus, she's like TOTALLY naked and tied up in 70s B-movie Toolbox of Terror. She was also the voice of Lucy in the Peanuts cartoons. Someone must be able to use this information to fuel some sort of fetish, right?

snothouse - 2008-05-18
Poor Johnathon Harris, did they just dress his corpse?
Also, could you at least tag the name of the show? Clever does not convenient make.
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