Kablam!: Season 1, Episode 1

All Purpose Kablam! (7 Oct. 1996)

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Episode credited cast:
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June (voice)
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Henry (voice)
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Betty Ann Bongo (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Heather Fenske ...
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Stephen Gaich ...
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(voice) (as R.H. Gomez)
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(voice) (as Lee Bashforth)
Danielle Judovits ...
Loopy (voice)
Jim Krenn ...
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Collin M. McGee ...
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Nandor Nevai ...
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Scott Paulsen ...
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Bert Pence ...
Announcer (voice)
Oscar Riba ...
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Ryan (voice)
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Music by Gerhard Trede
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20 June 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I absolutely adored this program. It began airing when I was six... so I suppose there's the outside chance that I'm not 100% accurate on my remembering... but bear with me. I have been looking and looking for a re-run on late night dish... but to no avail.

This program focused on the stars (Henry and June), two animated comic-book-like individuals that rarely got along. These two were the hosts of the show, and were always trying to sabotage each other's bit.

One segment of the show was called Action League Now! This segment told the story of a troupe of outcast super hero's... that everyone adored. This troupe consisted of The Flesh (a Herculean like character with no clothing whatsoever), Thundergirl- (a very muscular rendition of Barbie)(and as far as the other names go... I'm not sure. I believe there was a guy that melted, and a scuba diver that had something to do with stinking and toilets...) These characters were stop-motion animation and overall, very humorous.

My favorite segment was called Life With Loopy. This segment focused on a young boy telling the story of his weirdo sister Loopy. What the brother considered "normal" for Loopy were outrageous situations (I believe she once was attacked by her mother's canned foods in their pantry). This was all done in animation, but the animation had more of a 2-D feel.

The last segment that I recall was Prometheus and Bob. It told the story of an alien that came to earth (Bob), and attempted to teach his new found friend/pupil/aggravate, a caveman the alien named Promethus things like reading and how to comb the fleas out of his hair. This segment was done in claymation.

Overall, I believe this program to be at least worth a DVD release... the animations were creative, and the writing was awesome!


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