Mr. Moloch is a rich industrialist that wants to conquer the world. In order to do it he needs the help of an artificially created "humanoid". The humanoid is created by Dr. Maston; it's ... See full summary »
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Series cast summary:
Jim Cummings ...  Mister Moloch / ... 5 episodes, 1996
Brad Garrett ...  Noah / ... 5 episodes, 1996
Cree Summer ...  Lady MacBeth / ... 5 episodes, 1996
Billy West ...  Geeker / ... 5 episodes, 1996
Charlie Adler ...  Dr. Maston / ... 4 episodes, 1996
Kevin Michael Richardson ...  Stonebender / ... 3 episodes, 1996
Ed Gilbert Ed Gilbert ...  Dinotropolis Leader / ... 2 episodes, 1996
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Mr. Moloch is a rich industrialist that wants to conquer the world. In order to do it he needs the help of an artificially created "humanoid". The humanoid is created by Dr. Maston; it's powers are almost infinite. However, project G.K.R. is stolen by Lady Macbeth and an intelligent dino named Noah. The thing is, G.e.e.K.e.R. hasn't been fully programmed yet and he doesn't know how to use his powers. Anyway, Mr. Moloch wants him badly and is willing to do whatever it takes to get the ever optimistic Geeker... Written by Marc-André Deschênes <m-a.deschenes@usa.net>

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14 September 1996 (USA) See more »

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Although a success in the ratings, it was canceled after only one season. The Federal Communications Commission also rejected CBS's attempt to classify the show as educational and informational under that fall's strengthened requirements for children's programming. See more »

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Geeker: I've got an idea for a story about a guy in a yellow jumpsuit who's allergic to floors.
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Referenced in The Fifth Element (1997) See more »

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Project GeeKer Theme
Written by Terry Taylor
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An Amazing Gem in the Cartoon Gene Pool
23 October 2005 | by FrightenedHippieSee all my reviews

I remember this show back when I was in the 4th grade. I remember watching it every morning with my dad, who liked it just as much as me. I had my mom record for me so I could watch it whenever I wanted. Geeker was a great show with a wholesome story line to it.

Despite the occasional fantasy violence, Geeker told a message of protecting the environment" Moloch, the bad guy, dumped trash everywhere*, racism *doesn't matter if you're a dino or a human*, as well as fair treatment of people with disabilities *Becky had a robotic arm and Geeker was kinda....special...for a character like him during this time.* Geeker was an amazing show, becoming the most top rated cartoon in CBS's Saturday Morning history. After one successful season, the federal government became strict about TV violence and non educational programming, so Geeker had to go off the air.

To this day I still enjoy Geeker and his amazing adventures. Watching Geeker brings me back to a time where Saturday morning was fun,and not an extension of school, as much of t Saturday morning lineup is today.


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