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Fantastic Voyage is an animated TV series based on the 1966 film directed by Richard Fleicher. The series consists of 17 episodes each running 30 minutes. It was run on ABC-TV from September 14, 1968 to January 4, 1969. The series was produced by Filmation Associates in association with 20th Century Fox.

Opening NarrativeEdit

Headquarters: CMDF, Combined Miniature Defense Force. Project: Fantastic Voyage. Process: Miniaturization. Authority: Top Secret, highest clearance. Team: Jonathan Kidd, Commander. Guru, master of mysterious powers. Erica Lane, doctor/biologist. Busby Birdwell, scientist/inventor, builder of the Voyager. Mission: In their miniaturized form, to combat the unseen, unsuspected enemies of freedom. Time Limit: 12 hours.

OverviewEdit

Fantastic Voyage is the story of the C.M.D.F. (Combined Miniature Defense Force), a secret United States government organization which possessed the ability to reduce people to microscopic size.

The main characters were Commander Jonathan Kidd; biologist Erica Lane; scientist Busby Birdwell; and a "master of mysterious powers" known as Guru. The team is reduced in size—for 12 hours only—and travel around in a microscopic flying submarine, the Voyager, doing battle against the unseen, unsuspecting enemies of the free world (both criminal and germinal matter).

CharactersEdit

Busby Birdwell

Guru

Erica Lane

Jonathan Kidd

EpisodesEdit

  1. "Gathering of the Team" – September 14, 1968
  2. "The Menace from Space" – September 21, 1968
  3. "The Magic Crystal of Kabala" – September 28, 1968
  4. "The Atomic Invaders" – October 5, 1968
  5. "The Master Spy" – October 12, 1968
  6. "The Mind of the Master" – October 19, 1968
  7. "Gone Today, Here Tomorrow" – October 26, 1968
  8. "The Day the Food Disappeared" – November 2, 1968
  9. "Revenge of the Spy" – November 9, 1968
  10. "The Hobby House" – November 16, 1968
  11. "The Spy Satellite" – November 23, 1968
  12. "First Men on the Moon" – November 30, 1968
  13. "The Great Busby" – December 7, 1968
  14. "The Barnacle Bombs" – December 14, 1968
  15. "The Perfect Crime" – December 21, 1968
  16. "The World's Fair Affair" – December 28, 1968
  17. "The Most Dangerous Game" – January 4, 1969

ProductonEdit

The series was produced by Lou Scheimer, and Norm Prescott. Hal Sutherland was the director. Music was provided by Gordon Zahler.

Broadcast HistoryEdit

ABC-TV (September 14, 1968 to January 4, 1969)

Sci Fi Channel (now SyFy)

SourcesEdit

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