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Roman Holidays (1972)
NBC,

1972

| Animation

Similar in theme to both "The Flintstones" and "The Jetsons," "The Roman Holidays" brought a look at life in Ancient Rome, around 63 AD (with a 1970s touch), as seen through the eyes of Augustus "Gus" Holiday and his family.


Lassie's Rescue Rangers (1973)

In the series, Lassie the collie dog lives near Thunder Mountain with the Turner family. Ranger Ben Turner works with wife Laura and children Susan, Jackie, and Ben Jr. as The Forest Force, a ranger-rescue team that protects Thunder Mountain National Park. Lassie is the leader of The Rescue Rangers, a group of wild animals living in the park, working alongside the Turners to help protect the environment and keep it safe for visitors.


Goober and the Ghost Chasers (1973)

This show is about about 3 teenagers and a dog who can become invisible. They have there own detective agency where they can get calls in to solve mysteries.


Butch Cassidy & The Sundance Kids (1973)

The show was about a group of young people who were members of a band, the Sundance Kids. They had a lot of fans, had records, signed autographs, etc. But the band was just a cover. Actually, the Sundance Kids were undercover members of the CIA. They posed as a band to lift suspicion off of them while they solved the cases assigned to them. They got their assignments from their 'manager' a branch of the CIA posing as The World Wide Talent Agency. The head of it was the manager, a huge computer called Mr. Socrates, who looked and sounded like HAL from '2001, A Space Oddessy', and who would contact the Sundance Kids va Butch's radio ring whenever he had an assignment for them. He would line up a gig for them so no one would wonder why musicians were there while they solved the case. There was at least one song in every episode. The characters: BUTCH CASSIDY (seriously!): The Designated leader of the Kids. He plays Lead Guitar and is the Lead Singer of the group. Unlike Fr


The Partridge Family, 2200 A.D. (1974)

After four years on ABC Primetime & live action, they switch to CBS Saturday Morning, propel themselves into the future and become animated. Originally, this was slated to be a part of a proposed new version of The Jetsons (ABC, 1962-63), with Judy as an ace reporter and Elroy a high school student. Friends of the family included Veenie (Keith's martain friend) & Marion (Laurie's friend). Danny had a pet robot dog named Orbit. On the syndicated Fred Flintstone & Friends, it was retitled The Partridge Family In Outer Space.


The U.S. of Archie (1974)

The U.S. of Archie was a Saturday morning cartoon show on CBS from September 7, 1974 to September 1976. A spinoff of the popular Archie comic books and television show, it featured Archie, Jughead, and the other Riverdale High student regulars re-enacting famous scenes throughout American history, taking full advantage of the Bicentennial in the months leading up to it. These re-enactments were termed by Archie during the show to be historical accounts featuring the 'ancestors' of the current Archie gang, even though this meant they had identical ancestors who were always close friends in nearly every era of American history. It was produced by Filmation founders and producers Lou Scheimer and Norm Prescott.


Devlin (1974)

Inspired by the huge popularity of motorcycle stuntman Evel Knievel, "Devlin" was one of Hanna-Barbera's very few dramatic cartoons. It focused on Ernie Devlin - a stunt motorcyclist with a traveling circus - and his siblings, Tod and Sandy.


These are the Days (1974)

These Are the Days is an animated television series from Hanna-Barbera, originally broadcast on ABC from September 7, 1974, to September 27, 1975. The series, although critically acclaimed, only lasted 16 total episodes. Each episode had a run time of 30 minutes. The show was set at the turn of the 20th century, in an old town called Elmsville. It portrayed the everyday lives of the Day family, which consisted of a widow, her three children, and her father. Each episode featured the various family members and their interaction with friends and neighbors, usually ending with a lesson learned.


The Oddball Couple (1975)

The Oddball Couple featured the misadventures of a dog and cat who lived together under the same roof. The cat's name was Spiffy and the dog's name was Fleabag. Spiffy was a very orderly and polite cat who believed in cleanliness and organization while his roommate Fleabag the dog was the exact opposite who was always rude, obnoxious, lazy and was always very disorganized and unorthodox. This relationship extended to their house -– which was one-half mansion and one-half dilapidated shack -– and even their car, which was half-pristine, half-junker. They had a secretary named Goldie who worked in the office they shared. The show always had two segments lasting ten minutes.


The Secret Lives of Waldo Kitty (1975)

Waldo Kitty is a "fraidy cat" that dreams of being a hero.