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Dawn Wells was unavailable to reprise the role of Mary Ann because of theater commitments, and Tina Louise no longer wanted to be play Ginger and refused to let Filmatoin use her likeness. Both characters where voiced by Jane Webb but to give the illusion that two actresses were used and for it to work in the cartoon's title tune, she was credited by her professional name, Webb, as Ginger, and by her maiden name, 'Jane Edwards' for the Mary Ann credit. See more »
Jane Webb voiced both Ginger and Mary Ann, but to give the illusion that two actresses were used and for it to work in the cartoon's title tune, she was credited by her professional name, Webb, for Ginger, and by her maiden name, 'Jane Edwards' for the Mary Ann credit. See more »
I was 6 years old when I first saw this cartoon. It was my favourite cartoon. I will never forget the excitement I felt watching it! I mean for a 6 year old, it didn't take much. I couldn't wait for this cartoon to come on. I believe the Groovy Ghoulies introduced it. Then there was also "Gilligan's Planet". I loved Gilligan's Island, so it was only natural to enjoy these cartoons. So, this was a dream come true. Now that I have kids, I would love for them to be able to watch these cartoons. I hope they come on DVD, because I would love to watch them over & over again. There was no limit to their imaginations, everything you could possibly think of they made from bamboo, but they couldn't build a ship?! A great escape, especially in times like these, when it's hard to find "safe" programming for your kids.
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