Roger Ramjet (1965– )

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Bumbling daredevil and American Eagle Squadron leader Roger Ramjet, aided by his crew of do-gooders Yank, Doodle, Dan, and Dee, fight crooks like Noodles Romanoff and Henry Cabbage Patch. ... See full summary »

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 Roger Ramjet (voice)
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Bob Arbogast ...
 Gen. G.I. Brassbottom (voice)
Dick Beals ...
 Yank / ... (voice)
Joan Gerber ...
 Dee / ... (voice)
Edian Ibarrola ...
 Yank (Spanish) (1965) (voice)
David Ketchum ...
 Announcer (voice)
Gene Moss ...
 Doodle / ... (voice)
Paul Shively ...
 Lance Crossfire (voice)
Kenneth C.T. Snyder ...
 Solenoid Robot (voice) (as Ken Snyder)
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Bumbling daredevil and American Eagle Squadron leader Roger Ramjet, aided by his crew of do-gooders Yank, Doodle, Dan, and Dee, fight crooks like Noodles Romanoff and Henry Cabbage Patch. Roger's advantage is his Proton Energy pill, which gives him the strength of twenty atom bombs for a period of twenty seconds. Written by <terry.sanderson@utoronto.ca>

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Gary Owens's TV debut. See more »

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Roger Ramjet: General, listen. What's that?
Gen. G.I. Brassbottom: It's either turkeys gobbling or Congress is back in session.
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Featured in FlashForward: The Negotiation (2010) See more »

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Roger Ramjet
(based on "Yankee Doodle")
by Charles Koren and Paul Shively
Hero Entertainment Music (BMI)
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Campy Fun
30 August 2004 | by (Minneapolis) – See all my reviews

I get the feeling that some people do not realize that this is a put on. It is a parody of a cartoon about a super hero. I mean, Roger is voiced by Gary Owens - the announcer from Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In, for crying out loud! The theme song is hokey on purpose. Roger's jokes are groaners because he is a moron who stops criminals by sort of stumbling upon them, not through his great brilliance. His super powers came from a pill that gave him the strength of "twenty atom bombs for a period of twenty seconds"! Come on, that is obviously a joke! I don't remember Roger's name being misspelled on the screen as another reviewer suggests (maybe it was just a funny looking "g" that looked kind of like a "j"), but IF it was, it had to be part of the joke. Among Roger's enemies were the "solonoid robots" (spelling?) who said "mmm" between words. ("We-mmm-are-mmm-here-mmm-to...") They were certainly not to be taken seriously. If you are looking for a super hero cartoon, look elsewhere. If you are looking for campy fun, I think you may enjoy this. I know I do.


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