Animated 'Saturday-morning' television cartoon about a race car.
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Animated 'Saturday-morning' television cartoon about a race car.

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Trivia

Speed Buggy's trademark quotes were always "Roger-Dodger!" and "Vroom-a-zoom-zoom!" See more »

Quotes

[title sequence]
Tinker: Wrench.
Debbie: Wrench!
Tinker: Socket.
Mark: Socket!
Tinker: Plugs.
Debbie: Motor.
Tinker: Tires.
Mark: Chassis.
All: Speed Buggy!
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Referenced in Futurama: Law and Oracle (2011) See more »

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My earliest memory of a cartoon y'all
30 January 2002 | by (Marbles Fall, Texas) – See all my reviews



I loved the Speed Buggy. Still do. I would get up early on Sat. mornings and watch it with a bowful of Kwisp. Or Honey Combs. Then little Speedy would solve an adventure. Or something. He always won the race. Except for that one time, when Mr. Eagle came out of the sky. I became sad. But then the next time he won and I was glad. Speed Buggy could always rev up the engines of my young soul. Drive on Speedy. And Godspeed.


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