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Space Ghost entry date: Nov 3, 2003
SPACE GHOST CARTOONS SPACE GHOST original airdates: Sept 10, 1966-Sept 7, 1968 on CBS later airdates: 1992 on TNT, 1992-2000 on Cartoon Network, Apr 2, 2000-present on Boomerang, Feb 23, 2002-June 2004 on Cartoon Network episodes: 20 format: Two Space Ghost cartoons with a Dino Boy In the Lost Valley cartoon in between them EPISODE GUIDE 1st Season (1966-1967) #6601 The Heat Thing/ The Worm People/ Zorak #6602 Creature King/ The Treeman/ The Lizard Slavers #6603 The Web/ The Sacrifice/ Homing Device #6604 The Drone/ The Moss Men/ The Sandman #6605 The Robot Master/ Marooned/ The Energy Monster #6606 Hi-Jackers/ Giant Ants/ The Lure #6607 The Schemer/ The Rock Pygmies/ The Evil Collector #6608 Lokar-King of Locusts/ Danger River/ Brago #6609 The Cyclopeds/ The Fire God/ Space Sargasso #6610 The Iceman/ The Vampire Men/ The Time Machine #6611 Space Birds/ The Wolf People/ Attack of the Saucer Crab #6612 Nightmare Planet/ Valley of the Giants/ Space Armada #6613 Ruler of the Rock Robots/ The Bird Riders/ The Challenge #6614 Jungle Planet/ The Marksman/ Revenge of the Spider-Woman #6615 The Space Ark/ The Terrible Chase/ Glasstor #6616 The Space Piranhas/ The Spear Warriors/ Transor-the Matter Mover #6617 The Sorcerer/ The Ant Warriors/ The Looters #6618 The Ovens of Moltar/ The Mighty Snow Creature/ The Gargoyloids 2nd Season (1967-1968) (all are Space Ghost shorts) #6701-19 The Meeting/ Clutches of Creature King/ The Deadly Trap #6702-20 The Molten Monsters of Moltar/ Two Faces of Doom/ The Final Encounter VOICE ACTORS Johnny Carson as Dino Boy and Cyclo Ted Cassidy as Metallus Keye Luke as Brak Tim Mathieson as Jace Don Messick (died in 1997) as Blip, Bronty and Zorak Gary Owens as narrator and Space Ghost Vic Perrin as Creature King and Lurker Alan Reed as Glasstor Mike Road as Ugh Ginny Tyler as Black Widow/Spider Woman and Jan
SPACE GHOST/FRANKENSTEIN JR. original airdates: Nov 27, 1976-Sept 3, 1977 on NBC episodes: ? note: Reruns of Space Ghost and Frankenstein Jr. shorts, see also Space Stars
HANNA-BARBERA'S WORLD OF SUPER ADVENTURE original airdates: Sept 1980-Sept 1981 on NBC format: half/hour show featuring reruns of the Fantastic Four, Frankenstein Jr., Space Ghost, Herculoids, Shazzan, Moby Dick, Mighty Mightor, Birdman and the Galaxy Trio
SPACE STARS Click here to see full episode guide

SUPER ADVENTURES original airdates: Oct 1992-1997 on Cartoon Network format: hour long show with reruns of all Hanna-Barbera adventure shows
SPACE GHOST: COAST-TO-COAST original airdates: Apr 15, 1994-present on Cartoon Network episodes: 86 EPISODE GUIDE 1st Season (1994-1995) #01 Spanish Translation (04.15.1994) #02 Gilligan (04.22.1994) #03 Elevator (05.06.1994) #04 CHiPs (05.13.1994) #05 Bobcat (05.27.1994) #06 Banjo (09.10.1994) #07 Punch (09.16.1994) #08 Batmantis (09.30.1994) #09 Self Help (10.07.1994) #10 The Mask (11.04.1994) #11 Gum Disease (11.11.1994) #12 A Space Ghost Christmas (12.25.1994) #13 President's Day Nightmare (02.20.1995) #14 Story Book (03.17.1995) #15 Girlie Show (03.24.1995) #16 Hungry (03.31.1995) #17 Fire Drill (06.02.1995) #18 Le Livre D'Histoire (06.09.1995) #19 Sleeper (07.28.1995) #20 Jerk (08.04.1995) 2nd Season (1995-1996) #21 Urges (10.20.1995) #22 Explode (02.02.1996) #23 $20.01 (02.09.1996) #24 Lovesick (02.14.1996) #25 Transcript (02.23.1996) #26 Sharrock (03.01.1996) #27 Boo! (03.08.1996) #28 Freak Show (05.22.1996) #29 Switcheroo (06.05.1996) #30 Surprise (06.19.1996) 3rd Season (1996-1997) #31 Glen Campbell (10.09.1996) #32 Jacksonville (10.16.1996) #33 Late Show (10.23.1996) #34 Cookout (12.11.1996) #35 Art Show (12.18.1996) #36 Woody Allen's Fall Project (12.25.1996) #37 Rehearsal (07.18.1997) #38 Gallagher (07.25.1997) #39 Edelweiss (08.01.1997) #40 Anniversary (08.08.1997) #41 Zoltran (08.15.1997) #42 Pilot (08.22.1997) #43 Speck (08.29.1997) 4th Season (1997-1998) #44 Zorak (09.05.1997) #45 Switcheroo (09.12.1997) #46 Mayonnaise (09.19.1997) #47 Brilliant Number One (09.26.1997) #48 Boo Boo Kitty (10.03.1997) #49 Needle Drop (10.10.1997) #50 Sphnix (10.17.1997) #51 Pavement (10.24.1997) #52 Untitled (10.31.1997) #53 Hipster (11.07.1997) #54 Piledriver (11.14.1997) #55 Suckup (11.21.1997) #56 Dam (12.05.1997) #57 Boatshow (12.12.1997) #58 Brilliant Number Two (12.14.1997) #59 Telethon (12.19.1997) #60 Dimethylpyrimidinol Bisulfite (12.26.1997) #61 Joshua (01.01.1998) 5th Season (1998-1999) #62 Terminal (08.07.1998) #63 Toast (08.14.1998) #64 Lawsuit (08.21.1998) #65 Cahill (08.28.1998) #66 Warren (09.04.1998) #67 Chinatown (09.11.1998) #68 Rio Ghosto (09.18.1998) #69 Pal Joey (09.25.1998) #70 Curses (11.27.1998) #71 Intense Patriotism (12.04.1998) #72 Waiting For Edward (12.25.1998) 6th Season (1999-2000) #73 Chambraigne (10.08.1999) #74 Snatch (10.15.1999) #74A Snatch w/ alternate ending (01.28.2000) #75 Girl Hair (10.22.1999) #76 Sequel (10.29.1999) #77 Curling Flower Space (11.19.1999) #78 Table Read (12.03.1999) #79 Fire Ant (12.10.1999) #80 King Dead (12.17.1999) 7th Season (2001-2002) #81 Kentucky Nightmare (05.07.2001) #82 The Justice Hole (07.22.2001) #83 Knifin' Around (09.02.2001) #84 Flipmode (10.14.2001) #85 Sweet For Brak (11.18.2001) #86 Mommentary (12.30.2001) #87 Mommentary: Creator's Commentary (05.12.2002) #88 Mommentary: Jellybean (05.12.2002) 8th Season (2003) #89 Baffler Meal (01.01.2003) #90 Whipping Post (11.23.2003) #91 Eat a Peach (11.30.2003) #92 In Memory of Elizabeth Reed (12.07.2003) #93 Idlewild South (12.14.2003) #94 Dreams (01.11.2004) #95 Live At the Fillmore (04.12.2004) VOICE ACTORS C. Martin Croker as Moltar and Zorak Don Kennedy as the announcer and Tansut George Lowe as Space Ghost Andy Merrill as Brak and Lokar animated by: Hanna-Barbera distributed and owned by: Warner Bros. and Turner Entertainment
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