Jet goes back in time to discover if Robin Hood is real. He comes under the attention of the Sheriff of Nottingham. Captain Z-Ro needs to mount a desperate rescue attempt to save Jet and the legend ...
It started out as a live-action series broadcast on the San Francisco TV station KRON in 1951. In 1953 the series was aired on the Los Angeles TV station KTTV, again live action. All 51 live-action episodes were 15 minutes in length. See more »
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Be sure to be standing by when we again transmit you to the remote location on planet Earth where Captain Z-Ro and his associates will conduct another experiment in time and space.
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Watching "Captain Z-Ro" today (65 years down the road) I, personally, found that this well-meaning SyFy TV show for kids really didn't hold up very well at all.
Yes. I do understand that this low-budget production was meant to be viewed as a program that offered straightforward history lessons (which were intended to help educate all of the inquisitive youngsters in the audience).
But, with that said - Unfortunately, "Captain Z-Ro's" decidedly stagy and dull-edged presentation certainly left a whole lot to be desired. And, as a result, it failed to hold my undivided attention for more than just a few brief moments at a time.
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