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The Space Explorers Club 

The Space Explorers (original title)
Screenings of educational and/or fiction/nonfiction films pertaining to space exploration and related concepts.

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Screenings of educational and/or fiction/nonfiction films pertaining to space exploration and related concepts.

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18 September 1961 (USA)  »

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Al Hodge quit the series on 29 December 1961. See more »

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Old Space Cartoons
21 April 2008 | by (Moscow, Russia) – See all my reviews

Remember the old animated rocket spaceship cartoon?

The animated cartoon "The Space Explorers" used to be shown on this show by Al Hodge.

The old space cartoon was also seen here:

►Ranger Hal (Hal Shaw of WTOP-TV Channel 9 in Washington, DC), ►Sheriff John (John Rovick of KTTV-TV Channel 11, Los Angeles, CA), ►"The Pancake Man" (Hal Smith, seen on KHJ-TV (Now KCAL) Ch. 9 In Hollywood, CA), ►Garfield Goose (Frazier Thomas of WGN-TV Channel 9 in Chicago), ►Captain Satellite (Bob March of KTVU-TV, Channel 2 in San Francisco, CA), ►Major Mudd (Ed T. McDonell of WNAC-TV Channel 7 in New England, Boston), ►"Afternoon Roundup" (Sally Starr of WFIL-TV Channel 6 in Philadelphia, PA), ►P.J.'s Club (Pete Jamerson of WMAL-TV Channel 7 in Washington, DC).

According to Fred Ladd, "The sound effects were created by two very bright guys -Barney Beck and Al (Alfred) Schaffer who were working at the time at radio station WOR-TV, New York.

For more info see www.TheSpaceExplorers.com


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