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Captain N: The Game Master(1989 - 1992)
An otherwise normal teenage boy is chosen to become Captain N, the Game Master. Picked for his unequaled skill at playing video games, he is sucked into a video game universe filled with classic Nintendo characters. Together with the help of heroes like Megaman, Simon Belmont, and Kid Icarus, he ex...
Captain Kangaroo(1955 - 1984)
Hosted by Bob Keeshan (at one time, he played Howdy Doody's friend, Clarabell) from the appropriately-named Captain's Place, the Captain was so named because he always wore an overcoat with large, kangaroo-like pouches. Each show featured stories, skits, vaudeville acts, songs, games and other educa...
Captain Harlock(1981 - 1985)
A chopped up and dubbed version of the popular anime "Captain Harlock"
Captain Future(1978 - 1979)
Captain Future and his crew battle evil villains in various locations. Time travel, parallel dimensions and micro cosmos are some of the extraordinary ones. Captain Future's nemesis is Vul Kuolun, who is called 'The Magician of Mars'. Note: Captain Future is based on a series of stories from the...
Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels(1977 - 1981)
Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels (1977
Captain Caveman & the Teen Angels(1977 - 1980)
Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels (1977-1980) was a Saturday morning cartoon created by Joe Ruby and Ken Spears and produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions. It was originally broadcast on ABC as part of the programming block Scooby's All-Star Laff-a-Lympics, which also included Scooby-Doo, Dynomutt,...
Cappelli and Company(1989 - 1995)
Cappelli and Company was a Saturday Morning series that aired on NBC-TV from 1989-1995. It featured children's music artist Frank Cappelli. Songs that Frank Cappelli wrote were featured on the show like "Our Oceans," "I'm Smiling," and many others. The show ended in 1995 when NBC dropped the Saturda...
Capitol Critters(1995 - 1996)
A field mouse moves in the basement of the White House with various critters,the show pokes fun of things there. ABC cancelled the show after showing only 7 of the 13 episodes that were produced. The Cartoon Network picked up the series in 1995 and it ran there for most of 1996.
The Cape(1996 - 1997)
Cannon(1971 - 1976)
Frank Cannon is a Los Angeles based private eye. He live in a luxurious penthouse apartment, eats fine gourmet food, and drives a Lincoln luxury car. A rotund detective who often charges very high fees for his services. A lot of his clients are very wealthy and powerful. Another show from th...
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