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 (3 episodes, 1965)
Bob Arbogast ...
 Col. Jack E. Schortz / ... (3 episodes, 1965)
Joan Gerber ...
 Dee / ... (3 episodes, 1965)
David Ketchum ...
 Announcer (3 episodes, 1965)
Paul Shively ...
 Lance Crossfire / ... (3 episodes, 1965)
Dick Beals ...
 Dan / ... (2 episodes, 1965)
Gene Moss ...
 Doodle / ... (2 episodes, 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. 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 »

Quotes

Roger Ramjet: But that's impossible.
Gen. G.I. Brassbottom: Anything's possible in a kid's cartoon show, you heroic boob! Now you've got to help!
Roger Ramjet: Or what?
Gen. G.I. Brassbottom: Or we've got two minutes of dead air!
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Referenced in Mystery Science Theater 3000: Gamera (1991) 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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Even Better This Time Around.
3 March 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

It was only a matter of time before ROGER RAMJET was released on DVD, just like most every classic TV show that ever existed (MY MOTHER THE CAR, anyone?). The bad animation and goofy dialog(much of which appeared in words on screen- often misspelled on purpose)add to the appeal of this lost classic cartoon series. I can more fully appreciate the humor now than when I was eight years old and took cartoons more seriously. I would highly recommend this series to anyone who feels the same way I do-believe me, it's that much better 40 years later.

You won't escape the awful fate of proton's mighty fury! Rating: ***** out of *****


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