Archie's Funhouse 1 Season 1968
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1. Coke Head/Shadow Boxing While Archie tries to use a soda machine that is on the fritz, Betty adds a new and highly fanciful chapter to her diary.
2. Photo Machine/Elevator Archie comes across a talking photo machine while Professor Jughead gives a skiing lesson and Dilton Doily invents the only self-starting bird shower.
3. Jughead Pulls Fire-Hose/Cannon Jughead performs a running gag with a fire hose, while Mr. Weatherbee demonstrates how to pitch a pup tent and Reggie explains his fearless dreams.
4. Paint Your Car/Breaking Car Jughead's new high-powered spray gun "helps" Archie paint his jalopy, Reggie tries to impress Veronica and a terrifying TV show convinces Hot Dog Jr. that is house is being burglarized.
5. Piano Movers/Light Shows Archie and Moose try to deliver a piano and later Archie films an old-fashioned movie with Betty tied to the track and Reggie and Jughead running the train -- without brakes.
6. Telephone/Door Trouble comes when Archie answers an old-fashioned telephone.
7. Seesaw/Drive In Archie, Reggie and Moose perform a death-defying seesaw act, while the "Little Archies" give Mr. Weatherbee's dog, Fluff, a bath.
8. Ice Block/Circus Act Archie introduces the fearless team of Reggie and Moose as they perform a trapeze act, while Betty weaves a web of half-truths into her diary.
9. Animal Antics/Roller Rinks As Archie welcomes the viewers, Reggie vainly tries to stir up the audience for his new act.
10. Magic Reggie/Surf's Up Reggie the Great's magic act doesn't quite live up to its hype. Betty and Veronica get "help" from Moose to perform their act and Big Ethel uses a giant rubber band in an effort to capture Jughead.
11. Snowball Skating/Bumsteer's Annual Rodeo The gang gathers together to perform an ice-skating act featuring Mr. Weatherbee.
12. Ethel's Rocket/Mr Weatherby's Camping Corner Archie stages a rodeo featuring Reggie and Texas Moose, while Big Ethel performs her human cannonball act and "Thunderbolt Theater" proves that old jokes are the best.
13. Chef's Kitchen/Professor's Magical Tricks It's "Archie's Amateur Show", as Reggie, Moose, Big Ethel, Mr. Weatherbee, and Coach Cleats show off their tricks.
14. Fayre/Nature Photography The Fun House County Fair promise to dazzles the live audience, while the gang tries to show off their tricks.
15. Trashman/Baseball Archie puts on a Funhouse vaudeville show, with duo Moose and Reggie, magician Jughead, and strong-man Coach Cleats.
16. Harp/Painting Archie A showcase from the Riverdale High Cultural Center includes Big Ethel playing the harp, Moose's impersonation skills, Betty and Veronica reciting Shakespeare and Reggie folk dancing.
17. Flying Fools/Birthday Dinner Big Ethel uses a glider, a backpack with a propeller and an ancient roadster in her campaign to ensnare Jughead.
18. Mind Reading/Fast Bucks Archie's Funhouse Riverboat, is a place where anything can happen and probably will. re her heartthrob, Jughead.
19. Space Spectacular/Fresh Air Archie and the gang head for outer space, while each displays their special "space" talent.
20. Fishing Trip/Mr. Factory It's the girls vs. boys in a competition to see who can capture the most fish.
21. Jungle Doctor/Lake "The Early Early Show" presents the gang performing their own versions of Hollywood classics.
22. All Tied Up/Tennis Courts In another performance of the Funhouse Magic Show, Reggie performs his famous "escape" act while Mr. Weatherbee and Miss Grundy try their luck with the classic "Magic Cabinet".
23. Really Big Caeser/Acrobats The gang serves up more movie parodies on "The Early Early Show".
|Genres||Comedy, Kids & Family|
|Starring||Dal McKennon, Howard Morris|
|Supporting actors||John Erwin, Jane Webb|
|Network||CinemaCity Films LLC, Robair Evon Enterainment|
|Producers||Norm Prescott, Lou Scheimer|
|Purchase rights||Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details|
|Format||Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)|
If you like things because you enjoyed them as a kid, you'll probably love this. The cheapest form of animation that was prevalent throughout the 70's. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Multimediator
Daughter enjoyed it. Very funny with lots of laughs. Would read more if available. Recommend for preteen youth during leisure time.Published 22 months ago by Jim