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Series cast summary:
Josh Gardner ...
 Saul Malone / ... 20 episodes, 2007
 Strata Operator / ... 20 episodes, 2007
Peter Girardi ...
 Todd Rogers 20 episodes, 2007
 Bertrum / ... 19 episodes, 2007
 Clancy Mole Man Body / ... 18 episodes, 2007
Kevin Almeida ...
 Mole Men / ... 16 episodes, 2007
 Fallopia / ... 15 episodes, 2007
 Lil / ... 13 episodes, 2007
Frank Potenza ...
 Robot / ... 12 episodes, 2007
 Stromulus Guandor, Birdbat Leader 10 episodes, 2007
 Strata Operator #2 / ... 10 episodes, 2007
 Dr. Lawrence 'Brad' Perkins / ... 9 episodes, 2007
 Stromulus 9 episodes, 2007


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11 February 2007 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Craig Lewis' primary inspirations behind this comedic homage to 1970s-era Saturday morning live-action television were Sid and Marty Krofft ("Land of the Lost"), "Doctor Who" (Tom Baker-era), and the "Planet of the Apes" franchise. See more »


[Opening signature tune]
Vocalist: There was a mission underground / So they sent some explorers down / But the crewmen of any worth / Died on their way to the center of the Earth / So we're left with: Johnny Tambourine / A grumpy robot machine / And Saul Malone, the de facto leader of the team / And now he's: Saul of the Mole Men / Saul of the Mole Men / Saul of the Mole Men.
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Saul of the Mole Men
Performed by Trey Parker
Lyrics by Craig Lewis
Music by Tim Burns
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Land of the Magic Shrinker Bugaloos
2 September 2007 | by See all my reviews

This show is brilliant. Never have I seen this era spoofed so well. I've seen many unfunny improv parodies of old 70s shows lately but this show hits it all just right. The likes of Land of the Lost, the Kroft Supershow, Bugaloos, Sigmund the Seamonster, Dr Shrinker, Magic Mungo, WOnderbug! They are all here. Every bad-acted, soap-opera-music, scary costumed, teens-in-trouble one of them.

I love the cast. There are a few onenote performers but some hilarious standouts. And the furry suits with big eyes are the best! As a child I was terrified by these kinds of suits in those children's shows on Saturday morning and this show brought that fear back! Run Away! Run Away!

...and that theme is so catchy! Johnny Tambourine is such a funny character. I laugh my a$$ off every time I see him. Even the name is funny.

This show can take the parody even further with more seasons. There is a wealth of material for them.

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