The globe-trotting adventures of a group of teenage spies masquerading as a rock-and-roll band.
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Credited cast:
 Additional Voices (1973) (voice) (as Cameron Arthur Clarke)
 Harvey (1973) (voice) (as Mickey Dolenz)
Paul Engemann ...
(voice) (as Paul Robert Engemann)
Michael Evans ...
Chip Hand ...
 Butch Cassidy (1973) (voice) (as Lloyd Chip Hand II)
Kristina Holland ...
 Stephanie (Steffy) (voice)
Susannah Olivia Lloyd ...
Loyal T. Lucas ...
 Additional Voices (1973) (voice) (as Loyal Lucas)
Frank Maxwell ...


Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kids is the name of a world-famous rock band that travels all over the world performing concerts and recording hits. In actuality, Butch, Steffy, Harvey, Merilee and their dog Elvis are teenage agents for the American government who ferret out crime and corruption when not onstage jamming. Written by Marty McKee <>

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Release Date:

8 September 1973 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kids  »

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(13 episodes)

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1.33 : 1
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A Rare Misfire From the Masters
15 August 2004 | by (Los Angeles, California) – See all my reviews

This was one of the most forgettable cartoons of the 1970's. This show tried to be part Monkees, part Scooby Doo and part spy thriller, but it was all garbage (ironically, one of the actors supplying the voices for this stinker was none other than Micky Dolenz of the aforementioned Monkees). The only memorable character on the show was the band's boss, a huge super computer that was allergic to the band's fleabitten mutt. And the less said about the songs the better. This was just another lame attempt to use a cartoon as a way of selling bubblegum pop songs to unsuspecting kids. Someone forgot to tell the producers that "bubblegum" went out with Kasenetz-Katz and the Archies. Too bad Hanna and Barbera had to dirty their hands with this garbage.

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