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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 Gen. G.I. Brassbottom (voice)
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 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: 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: City Limits (1992) 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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Let's Have a Reunion
11 November 2004 | by (Austin, Texas) – See all my reviews

I think it would be great to bring this show back, either as a full-length feature animated film, or as a one-hour special on TV. I know that this series is far from one of the most popular cartoon shows. But I would love to see a new episode. Maybe out there, there are others, besides me, who feel the same way.

Last I heard, Gary Owens, who did the voice of Roger Ramjet, was still alive. So at least there would be one member, from the original cast, in a reunion show (or movie). I believe that he is in his late 60s now. I would like to see him tapped to reprise his starring role, while he is still with us.

Sadly, nearly 40 years later, it is dubious that a new episode would capture the original spirit of this series. You know how "remakes" are; they tend to take great pains to "bring things up to date"....... often to the detriment of the original characters (and their story).


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