Runaway Robots! Romie-O and Julie-8 (1979)

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Two rival robotics companies in the future release their latest creations at a robotics convention, claiming each to be the latest and greatest in technological advances. Mega Stellar ... See full summary »

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Cast

Credited cast:
Greg Swanson ...
Romie-0 (voice)
Donann Cavin ...
Julie-8 (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Marie Aloma ...
Ms. Passbinder (voice)
Max Ferguson ...
Mr. Thunderbottom (voice)
Nick Nichols ...
Gizmo (voice)
William Osler ...
Junk Monster (voice) (as Bill Osler)
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Two rival robotics companies in the future release their latest creations at a robotics convention, claiming each to be the latest and greatest in technological advances. Mega Stellar Company's release is a robot boy named Romie-O, while Super Solar Cybernetics has released a girl robot named Julie-8. Unforeseen to each of the company's creators, is how each of the advanced robots soon falls in love with the other. Written by Michael Howe

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Romie-O and Julie-8. A robot love story you'll be nuts and bolts about.


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April 1979 (USA)  »

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Mr. Thunderbottom: [singing] He's a flash, he's a marvel, he's a masterpiece of circuitry/He's the best, he's the greatest from the Megastellar Company
Singers: [singing] More than bionic, he's more than a toy!/More than a robot, he's a man-made boy!/Ain't no robot like Romie-0, oh no!
Ms. PassbinderSingers: [singing] Oh yeah, oh yeah?/Well, we've got a brain child! She never forgets/Yes, she's a brain child, she's your key to success
Ms. Passbinder: [singing] She's everything you dreamed of, custom-made
Ms. PassbinderSingers: [singing] And you were made for each other/You and Julie-8
Mr. ThunderbottomSingers: [...]
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Not as good as HEARTBEEPS
1 August 2001 | by (Minneapolis, MN) – See all my reviews

This short "robots-in-love" cartoon could've used a big shot of imagination. The only things this cartoon has going for it are disco/pop tunes by John Sebastian and a robot that sounds like Ringo Starr. The rest of it has faded from my memory.


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