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Directed by  Hal Sutherland
No. of seasons  1
Final episode date  4 September 1971
Number of episodes  17
8/10 IMDb

Genre  Cartoon series
Country of origin  United States
First episode date  6 September 1969
Number of seasons  1
Cast  Dal McKennon, Jane Webb
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Created by  Based on the juvenile book series created by Edward Stretemeyer
Voices of  Byron KaneDallas McKennonJane Webb
Network  American Broadcasting Company

Similar  Journey to the Center of the Earth (TV series), Will the Real Jerry Lewis Please Sit Down, Fantastic Voyage (TV series)

The Hardy Boys Cartoon Show: Hunting For The Hidden Gold (1969)


The Hardy Boys is an animated series, produced by Filmation and aired Saturday mornings on ABC in 1969. It featured the Hardy Boys, Joe and Frank, along with their friends Chubby Morton, Wanda Kay Breckenridge, and Pete Jones (one of the first black characters to appear on Saturday morning television) touring as a rock band while solving mysteries. The series is also notable for its opening and closing credits, in which the Hardys appeared in live action. The series debuted at the same time as Hanna-Barbera's similarly themed Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!, which was scheduled against the show on CBS. The series is noteworthy for including the producers rotating wheel for the first time, which would make Filmation a household name.

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Voices

  • Byron Kane – Joe Hardy, Fenton Hardy
  • Dallas McKennon – Frank Hardy, Chubby Morton, Pete Jones
  • Jane Webb – Wanda Kay Breckenridge
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    Episodes

    Two 12 minute mysteries, based on the original book stories, made up one 22 minute television show. The 1969/1970 shows were repeated for a second year in 1970/1971. Two live action songs were inserted in the middle of the mysteries and also used for the main and end titles, performed by a group calling themselves "The Hardy Boys". These songs were sold at stores on records and audio tapes.

    References

    The Hardy Boys (1969 TV series) Wikipedia