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Frankenstein Jr. & The Impossibles: The Complete Series (2 Discs)


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Frankenstein Jr. and the Impossibles is one half-hour packed with the adventures of two of the most unusual animation creations of the legendary Hanna-Barbera studio. Buzz Conroy is a heroic boy-genius who builds the powerful robot Frankenstein Jr. When the Ghastly Genie, the Junk Man and other evildoers get up to their old tricks, "Frankie" and his young creator crank into action. The crime fighting coalition continues with the Impossibles, a group of superheroes disguised as a beatnik rock group. At the direction of "Big D," Multi Man, Coil Man and Fluid Man make hot-rockin' musical justice thwarting thieves and corralling crooks with their transformative powers. All-family classic cartoon fun isn't just possible - it's guaranteed with this 2-Disc, 18-Episode Collection.

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  • Actors: Voice: Ted Cassidy, Dick Beals, John Stephenson, Don Messick, Paul Frees
  • Producers: William Hanna, Joseph Barbera
  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: H-B
  • DVD Release Date: July 8, 2011
  • Run Time: 383 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (41 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B004ZRGSDM
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #32,605 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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I loved these cartoon as a little kid.
Alberto Melendez
The Video transfer on these cartoons are restored and saved with great picture and sound quality to DVD.
Bennet Pomerantz
Ted Cassidy's voice for Frankenstein Jr. is perfectly matched.
Richard K.

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25 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Bennet Pomerantz VINE VOICE on August 8, 2011
When I was a kid, Saturday mornings was a holiday for kids,especially after a hard week at school. Animation (with such shows as (Jonny Quest - The Complete First Season, Space Ghost and Dino Boy: The Complete Series, Ruby-Spears Superman, and The Best of the New Scooby-Doo Movies ) and live action fare as (The Monkees: Season 1 and H.R. Pufnstuf - The Complete Series) ruled tha airwaves on Saturday mornings. It was a time when Children's fare were on all three networks (ABC, NBC and CBS)..and there was NO cartoon Network or Cable networks.

One show, in my opinion, that did not last long, but I enjoyed a lot was Frankenstein Jr & The Impossibles. Each ahow were three separate cartoon adventures in 30 minute format...usually two Frankenstein Jr cartoons and an Impossibles cartoon sandwiched inberween.

Frankenstein Jr was a cartoon similar to Johny Socko, a live action Japanese import which a boy and his giant robot who fought crime. With the voice of Ted (Lurch from the Addams Family) Cassidy as the robot, this show was one notch lowered than Jonny Quest and one Notch higher than Scooby Doo. Buzz Conroy and Frankie fought crime just like Johnny Socko did..
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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Dragon57 on May 31, 2011
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I bought this one a few weeks ago off the wbstore. Having my doubts it was not a rip off from some tv station; I was extremely pleased that it is not. Fairly well put together although I would have enjoyed more menu/episode control (it plays as the show originally aired, first Impossibles episode then a Frankenstein Jr. then the second Impossibles), oh then repeat. This being said I was pleasantly surprised. Now I always liked the Impossibles so please take that into account when you decide if you want this one. I give the shows 10 of 10, and the recording 10 of 10. If you liked Franky and the Impossibles before you will like them now, and I give this release the full 5 stars for both the shows as well as the DVD release.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By The Ancient One on November 9, 2011
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Isn't this great? Thanks to the concept of video on demand, all us Sixties kids (and younger converts) can enjoy the favorite toons of our youth in a compact format. True, the picture quality is variable, but it's still better than most of the recorded-off-TV copies we've had to make do with. The freaky fun of these shows still shines through, from the tongue-in-cheek heroics of Buzz and Franky to the demented spoofery of the Impossibles. Full marks to the great voice work by Paul Frees, Ted Cassidy, Dick Beals, etc; Alex Toth's inventive designs; and, as always, Hoyt Curtin's music.

The only real flaw in this set is the extremely uninformative menu, which uses episode numbers (1A, 1B, etc.) instead of titles. I don't get the point of that, since it makes it 'impossible' to zero in on your favorites. To get around this, I sat down and went through both DVD's, making my own episode guide; if any of my fellow Hanna-Barberians would like to make use of it, I am posting it in the 'Comments' section of this review.

This is just a minor caveat, though; it's a wonderful collection!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Richard K. on January 8, 2015
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This was one of the hippest cartoons around. It helped my creativity and made me feel I could do anything. Yes, I was only 3 when I first encountered this show. I also remember watching it at my grandmother house in Detroit before it went away. I remember seeing the tall glass buildings and wondering if I might catch a glimpse of Frankenstein Jr. flying around. Its just as potent as it was in 1967!

The Impossibles were super heroes like no other. They were a rock band who doubled as crime fighters! A.M. Radio was very pop oriented and kid friendly. I could relate to their world. I always loved the bad guys and their dirty tricks. I couldn't wait for the Impossibles to leap into action and stop them.

Frankenstein Jr. was Buzz Conroy's invention. Wow, to be a boy genius and live in this futuristic world was what I aspired to be. I loved his laboratory on that mountain. Today, I find Buzz a little overbearing. Ted Cassidy's voice for Frankenstein Jr. is perfectly matched. The animation is a bit different than what was to follow. It was easy for little minds and eyes to devour.

This cartoon vanished due to concerned parent groups finding it too violent. Is outsmarting bad guys violent? Thank you Warner Brothers for bringing back a distant memory. Saturday Morning magic is forever preserved.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By jason on March 22, 2012
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I was a little more than hesitant to buy the DVD , but it had been so many years since I'd seen Frankenstein Jr. and The Impossibles , that I thought I'd take a chance . Being that the DVD was a DVD-R , I wasn't sure how it would play in my DVD player ... but I'm really happy with the results ! The picture has great quality to it and I've had no problems with it in my player .

Plus , the series is so much fun ! I even find myself laughing at all the corny jokes . And it beats the heck out of most of the cartoons that currently play on Cartoon Network !
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