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Colonel Bleep 

From their earth headquarters on Zero Zero Island, Colonel Bleep, Squeek and Scratch battled intergalactic villains such as Doctor Destructo, the master criminal of the universe, The Black ... See full summary »

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Noah Tyler
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1959   1958   1957   1956   Unknown  

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Noah Tyler Noah Tyler ...  Narrator / ... 37 episodes, 1956-1959
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From their earth headquarters on Zero Zero Island, Colonel Bleep, Squeek and Scratch battled intergalactic villains such as Doctor Destructo, the master criminal of the universe, The Black Knight, and Captain Patch, a displaced pirate. Written by Charles Brubaker

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USA

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English

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1957 (USA) See more »

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Mono

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1.33 : 1
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The majority of the 104 episodes were lost when, in the early 1970s, car thieves stole the van in which the show's director Jack Schleh was storing a significant deal of the Colonel Bleep material. See more »

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Edited into Clutch and Friends: Colonel Bleep (2017) See more »

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'Colonel Bleep,' for fans of animation and pop culture history!!!
27 October 2005 | by Frank_StarkSee all my reviews

The first color cartoon made exclusively for television in an era dominated by black-and-white sets! Finding the treasure that is 'Colonel Bleep,' was a decade-long trek. In an animation magazine, I read an interview with the animation director Jack Schleh, in celebration of the VHS release. The stills from the show, with their sharp line-work, really caught my eye. With advent of the Internet, I got the chance to see even more stills...and even hear the theme song. In 2005, I purchased a public-domain DVD of what episodes existed (twelve). I wasn't impressed with the plots so much as I was impressed with the sophistication of the show through simplicity. 'Colonel Bleep' works as a cartoon for the majority of black-and-white televisions that it was first broadcast to, but it works in color as well. The episodes are short enough to catch the attention span of small children and not long enough to both fans of animation. The official release came recently, with a DVD of 24 episodes...these contained episodes of an educational nature, which are fascinating, however dated (I get the same feeling looking at 50s-era issues of 'National Geographic'). No, Bleep isn't as slick as today's computer-assisted animation, but quite impressive for its time. A must-look for fans of animation and pop culture history!


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