The U.S. Of Archie (1974–1976)

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Archie and the Riverdale gang explore and reenact important moments of American history.

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Jane Webb ...
 Betty Cooper / ... (16 episodes, 1974)
John Erwin ...
 Reggie Mantle (16 episodes, 1974)
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 Archie Andrews / ... (16 episodes, 1974)
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 Big Moose / ... (16 episodes, 1974)
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Archie and the Riverdale gang discover that their ancestors were involved in many important episodes in American history. They learn about America by studying the lives of their (look-alike) ancestors and they parts they played during such events as the California Gold Rush, the first airplane flight, and the writing of the "Star Spangled Banner." Written by Mike Konczewski

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7 September 1974 (USA)  »

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Followed by Archie's Bang-Shang Lalapalooza Show (1978) See more »

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Bad, Bad Idea!
1 February 2003 | by (Toronto,Ontario) – See all my reviews

In the early 1970s, the Archies were very popular in cartoon form and the Bicentennial was approaching. The producers of the Archie show decided to create a spin-off in which the gang re-enacted various key moments in American history through fantasy (things like the invention of the telephone, women being allowed to vote, the Underground Railroad)adding their own stylings to each moment. The intention was noble enough but the end result was awful. This cartoon stripped the Archies of their music and comedy. They came across as little different than characters you might see in an educational short shown at a local school. I can still recall the opening which featured a parade in which Jughead (playing the drum) marched along with Archie (holding the flag) and Reggie (playing the flute) while fireworks went off. Needless to say, kiddie viewers stayed away in droves and the cartoon soon found itself playing on Sunday mornings instead. Fortunately, the producers soon saw the error of their ways and returned the Archies to their proper time period. The message: that Saturday morning cartoons and educational content do not go hand in hand, as any five year old will tell you.


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