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Blast off into the futuristic, spaced-out world of TV's ideal family-of-tomorrow - "The Jetsons".
The year - 2062 AD. The place - Orbit City.
Join George, Jane, Judy and Elroy (along with Astro, the clumsy canine, and Rosie, the robot maid) as they merrily/miserably live out their day-to-day futuristic lives where malfunctioning space-age inventions never fail to complicate matters and seemingly get the better of them.
These cute, good-natured cartoons from The Jetsons' first season (1962-1963) are enjoyable in their own right, but, in retrospect, they are far from being a very promising look at the future.
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