A young boy aids in the fight against a mechanized terrorist organization as the sole controller of a prototype giant robot.

Johnny Sokko and His Flying Robot - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 25 minutes

Premier: 1967-10-11

Johnny Sokko and His Flying Robot - Frankenstein Jr. and The Impossibles - Netflix

Frankenstein Jr. and The Impossibles is an American Saturday morning cartoon produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions in 1966. It premiered September 10, 1966 on CBS, and ran for two seasons.

Johnny Sokko and His Flying Robot - Production credits - Netflix

Produced and Directed by: William Hanna & Joseph Barbera Story Direction: Alex Lovy, Art Scott, Art Davis Story by: Mike Maltese, Jack Hanrahan, Eddie Brandit, Phillip Hahn Animation: Irven Spence, Casey Onatis, William Keil, Edwin Parks, Kenneth Muse, Barney Posner, George Germanetti, Larry Silverman, Carlo Vinci, Ray Abrams, Hugh Fraser, Dick Lundy, Harry Holt, Sam Jaimes Additional Animation: Ed Love, Jerry Hathcock, George Goepper, Edwin Aardal Voices: Ted Cassidy, Don Messick, Hal Smith, Dick Beals, John Stephenson, Paul Frees Additional Voices: Alan Reed, Paul Winchell, Allan Melvin, Ginny Tyler, Jean Vander Pyl, June Foray, Keye Luke, Lennie Weinrib Camera Operation: Gary Milton, John Aardal, Gene Borghi, Byron McRae, Cliff Shirpser, George Epperson, Clarence Wogatzke Animation Direction: Charles A. Nichols Production Supervision: Howard Hanson Film Editors: Dave Horton, Hal Geer, Daniel Finnerty, Patrick Foley, Earl Bennett Backgrounds: F. Montealegre, Fernando Arce, Tom Knowles, Richard Khim, Janet Brown, Don Watson Layout: Brad Case, Phillip Lewis, Willie Ito, Iwao Takamoto, Lewis Ott, Steve Kakagawa, Jerry Eisenberg Sound Directed by: Dick Olson, William Getty A Hanna-Barbera Production Approved MPAA Certification No. 19495 This Picture Made Under the Jurisdiction of IATSE-IA Affiliated with A.F.L.-C.I.O RCA Sound Recording

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