Three aliens are sent to Earth by the Galactic Congress to decide if it should be destroyed to protect universal peace from mankind's warlike ways. The three assume disguises as animals; ... See full summary »
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Sunday, June 6, 1965
S1.E1 Three Beings from Outer Space
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 Capt. Bonnie Bunny (unknown episodes)
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Three aliens are sent to Earth by the Galactic Congress to decide if it should be destroyed to protect universal peace from mankind's warlike ways. The three assume disguises as animals; Bonnie a rabbit, Ronnie a horse, and Zero a duck. They befriend a young earth boy named Kenny, and become involved with his older brother, Randy, who is a secret agent fighting international crime. Written by paule

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Animation | Sci-Fi

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6 June 1965 (USA)  »

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The Amazing 3  »

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(52 episodes)

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1.33 : 1
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Referenced in Astroboy: Major Operations by Black Jack (1981) See more »

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Wonder Three
(Opening title theme)
Music by Seiichiro Uno (as Seiichirô Uno)
Lyrics by Sachihiko Kitagawa
Performed by 'Vocalshop'
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Amazing Three
2 June 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This was formerly a 1965 Japanese cartoon, "Wonder Three". Names were all distinctly different between these two versions. As both writers write: Bonnie=Bunny Ronnie=Horse Zero=Duck

Bonnie was white with black tipped ears, and if retro-colored (it was B&W) no doubt that Zero would be a green mallard duck (he had a Daffy like ring), and Ronnie would be orange/brown. Character design of the humans was pretty much the same as the other anime/manga cartoons of the sixties, as far as eyes are concerned. The characters, in the open credits especially, were really cartoony, in the scene where they're transformed. Recommend....!! "Bonnie Bunny...and Pony Ronnie laughed when Zero, had no luck..and became a duck"!LOL Classic..I'm the same age as the first poster (lots of time between these three posts, huh?) and second, I think, and saw this in 1967, when "Erika Film Productions,Inc." dubbed and sent this here. From the same folks that brought you Kimba and Gigantor.


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