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The misadventures of clumsy mechanical canine Dynomutt, Dog Wonder and his millionaire master Radley Crowne, The Blue Falcon. As Dynomutt and The Blue Falcon, the fearless crimefighters prowled the skies of Big City in the Falconcar protecting citizens against an assortment of colorful villains using their wits and Dynomutt's menagerie of gadgets. Written by
Dynomutt Is A Batman Meets Scooby Doo Half Hour Toon
Dynomutt is a crime fighting canine- a cross between Scooby Doo and Inspector Gadget, who is 'stronger than a train with a so-so brain' and with a dopey sounding voice to match. He and his partner known as the Blue Falcon- who is a send-up of DC Comics' own Batman- patrol the streets, towns well everywhere in fact, to fight crime and get rid of the bad guys, of whom were a mixture of different monsters and villains. There were two sides of Dynomutt- one being that he could stretch his legs in the same way as Inspector Gadget and that he also possessed an array of gadgets at his disposal. However, what Dynomutt lacks is a good brain and being able to think intelligently. Very often the Blue Falcon would suffer at the expense of his doggy accomplice who gets him and themselves into more trouble. The aptly titled 'dog blunder' was irreverently used by Blue Falcon to refer to Dynomutt, which you could say was rather harsh.
I liked how Frank Welker voiced Dynomutt, as he captured his personality and daftness exceptionally well. He was a dopey dog and one where we could laugh along with and at him and his silly antics. Dynomutt's antics had me laughing at times. The villains were also good- very creative, colourful and inventive. In all, Dynomutt was good, clean wholesome fun and funny to boot as well.
It might not be up their with the very best of Hanna Barbera, but its a worthy effort still
6.5 out of 10
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