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Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels 

The adventures of a superhero caveman and a trio of female amateur detectives.

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William Woodson ...
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Stefanianna Christopherson ...
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The adventures of a superhero caveman and a trio of female amateur detectives.

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10 September 1977 (USA)  »

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Trivia

The show was a parody of Charlie's Angels (1976). The Teen Angels, Brenda, Taffy and Dee Dee were clearly inspired by Josie, Melody and Valerie from an earlier Hanna Barbera series, Josie and the Pussycats (1970). The character design of Captain Caveman himself had already been used for the Slag Brothers in yet another Hanna Barbera cartoon, Wacky Races (1968). See more »

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Opening Narrator: [Opening Narration] Set free by the Teen Angels from his prehistoric block of glacier ice comes the world's first superhero, Captain Caveman! Now the constant companion to the Teen Angels Brenda, Dee Dee, and Taffy in their hilarious, and sometimes scary mystery missions. Get ready for Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels!
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Charlie's Angels Meets Mighty Mouse
24 November 2003 | by See all my reviews

This show was obviously very much influenced by the legendary series "Charlie's Angels" as well as such shows as "Mr. Terrific and "Captain Nice". Unfortunately, that's all you can say about the show. This show had no memorable characters and they pretty much had no personality. This is a shame since it was produced by Hanna Barbera, which also produced the classic "Scooby Doo".


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