The same passengers that got shipwrecked in the tv series get space-ship-wrecked on distant planet.
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 Gilligan 13 episodes, 1982
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 Professor Roy Hinkley, Jr. 13 episodes, 1982
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 Lovey Howell 13 episodes, 1982
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 Thurston Howell III 13 episodes, 1982
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 Ginger Grant / ... 13 episodes, 1982
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An animated re-make of the famous TV series "Gilligan's Island." The gang of castaways, using the palm trees, coconuts and bananas from their island, build a spaceship and leave planet Earth behind. Of course, they get marooned on an uncharted planet, where they encounter bizarre space creatures and other hazards of extraterrestrial living. Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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18 September 1982 (USA)  »

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Il pianeta delle 1000 avventure  »

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(13 episodes)

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1.33 : 1
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This was the last cartoon that Filmation produced for Saturday mornings. Afterwards they produced cartoons exclusively for weekday afternoons that went straight to the syndicated market. See more »

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Referenced in The Cinema Snob: Who Reamed Rosie Rabbit? (2015) See more »

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as a teen, I loved this cartoon!
1 January 2006 | by See all my reviews

I was 14 years old when this cartoon first came out and I loved it! Of course, it's predecessors "New Adventures of Gilligan" and "Gilligan's Island" already had me hooked. I couldn't get enough of the whole Gilligan's Island experience, and being a child of the sixties - anything to do with space was a sure hit with me, as well. So, it only made sense that this one would. Personal taste, I guess. I can't wait to be able to get the whole series on DVD, so that my kids may enjoy it as much as I did. It sure is / was better than what's on TV Saturday mornings in this day and age. We live on DVD's. But, if you like the most recent show "Real Gilligan's Island" - don't bother with these originals. Absolutely, no comparison and an insult to the original cast of the previous shows.


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