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 Tim O'Hara / ... (voice)
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 Andromeda (Andy) (1973) (voice)
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 Katy O'Hara / ... (voice)
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29 September 1973 (USA)  »

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Uncle Martin's nephew Andromeda appeared in My Favorite Martian: When You Get Back to Mars, Are You Going to Get It (1966) in the original series, but was never added to the regular cast. See more »

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No They Didn't.......
11 January 2002 | by (Chapel Hill,North Carolina) – See all my reviews

The animation version of the Ray Walston series of the 1960's is so lame and dull that it didn't last very long on the air. I can't believe they took a very good show from its format and destroy it. The animation is so bland with no pick up from the voices either,since those guys at Filmation Productions cranked out a lot of these back in the 1970's which were mostly seen on Saturday Mornings. Stay Away!


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