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Lennie Weinrib

Lennie Weinrib



United States

Age: 86

Known for

In Sesame Street as Supermanas Superman

in Sesame Street
In The Addams Family (1973) as Gomezas Gomez

in The Addams Family (1973)
In Spider-Woman (1979) as Closing Narratoras Closing Narrator

in Spider-Woman (1979)
In Inch High, Private Eye as Inch Highas Inch High

in Inch High, Private Eye

TV Series Starring Lennie Weinrib

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


Spider-Woman (1979)Spider-Woman (1979)
ABC, 1979 | Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi, Animation
Rating: 2/5

This animated series was produced by DePatie-Freleng Enterprises, with the character of Spider-Woman being specifically created in order for Marvel Comics to have a female counterpart to Spider-Man before any other comics company thought of the idea. For the TV show, only Spider-Woman's real name and powers were kept intact from the comicbook. Everything else about the show's setup was created specifically for the television series. Her origin for the TV show was that as a child she was bitten by a poisonous spider. Her father, Dr. Alexander Drew saved her life by using an untested spider serum that inadvertently gave her spider powers. And now, with Jessica as the head of Justice Magazine, she battles evil as Spider-Woman, with the help of photographer Jeff Hunt, and her nephew Billy Drew. Spider-Man also guest stars in two episodes of the series.


Wheelie and the Chopper Bunch (1974)Wheelie and the Chopper Bunch (1974)

This Hanna-Barbera cartoon focuses on on Wheelie, a red superhero Volkswagen Beetle that makes his living as a professional racing and stunt car. Unlike the other vehicles in the show, Wheelie only speaks in body sound effects, but also emotes by his honking language and displaying symbols across his windshield monitor showing his inner thoughts. He can also produce any form of prop needed from his hood latch through the use of special mechanized hands. Wheelie's regular nemeses are a four-member motorcycle agency called the Chopper Bunch.


The Addams Family (1973)The Addams Family (1973)

The animated series of the weird, wealthy family as they find things pleasing that most people would just rather avoid. There is Gomez Addams, the father of the family and his wife Morticia. Their children are Wednesday, who loves to torture anything in her reach, especially Pugsley, who takes those tortures in delight almost as much as food. Then there is Uncle Fester. He loves explosives, any you usually find him with ash all over his face. Grandmama is a witch, and can usually brew something up. They also have a butler, Lurch and a dismembered helping hand named 'Thing', Instead of greetings guests, Thing tends to just scare them off. Occasionally, Cousin Itt stops by. Cousin Itt is a tiny, mass of hair who mumbles instead of speaking.


Inch High, Private EyeInch High, Private Eye

Inch High, Private Eye was a 1973 Saturday morning cartoon produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions. The titular character of Inch High, Private Eye was a miniature detective (literally one inch high). Inch often enlisted the help of his niece Lori (sometimes written "Laurie"), her muscle-bound friend Gator, and their dog Braveheart to help solve mysteries. Their primary mode of transportation was the Hushmobile, a streamlined car that made virtually no noise while being driven, making it perfect for following criminals unnoticed. The small Inch worked for The Finkerton Detective Agency (a wordplay lampoon of The Pinkerton Detective Agency), where the boss (Mr. Finkerton) constantly dreamed of the day that he would fire him.


The Amazing Chan and the Chan ClanThe Amazing Chan and the Chan Clan

This family of super sleuths are comprised of the Chinese detective Charlie Chan, his 10 children and their family dog, Chu Chu. The children always try to help out their dad to bring in the bad guy. Charlie Chan's 10 children are Henry Chan, Alan Chan, Stanley Chan, Suzie Chan, Mimi Chan, Anne Chan, Tom Chan, Flip Chan, Nancy Chan, and Scooter Chan.


The Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm Show (1971)The Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm Show (1971)

The show followed neighbors Pebbles Flintstone and Bamm-Bamm Rubble in their teenage years as girlfriend/boyfriend. The episodes were set mainly in the duo's activities at Bedrock High School in the prehistoric town of Bedrock with their friends Moonrock, Penny, Wiggy, Cindy and her boyfriend Fabian, Bad Luck Schleprock, and a motorcycle gang called the Bronto Bunch. Fred, Wilma, Barney, and Betty were also featured on the show in supporting roles.


Doctor DolittleDoctor Dolittle

The adventures of veterinarian John Dolittle, who can "talk to the animals", in his ongoing battle with pirate Sam Scurvy.


Sesame StreetSesame Street
PBS, 1969 | Children, Educational, Puppets, Variety
Rating: 4/5

Since its 1969 debut, "Sesame Street" has helped entertain and educate audiences around the world. In the United States alone, approximately 8-million people tune in to visit the street each week. "Sesame Street" is now entering its landmark 40th season, set to debut on PBS in November 2009. While recent years have had season-wide focuses such as healthy habits, getting ready for school, vocabulary development, and math literacy; this season will include a focus on nature, and will tie into a nationwide campaign designed by Sesame Workshop to nurture children's appreciation and love for nature by supporting their innate sense of wonder and curiosity about the natural world. The season-wide focus will weave nature themes more directly into the television program, as well as other Sesame Workshop materials such as books, home videos and toys. The Muppets of "Sesame Street" will spend the season encouraging viewers to explore their curiosity in the outdoors through hands-on activity, and viewers will learn simple, age-appropriate ways to show care and stewardship for the environment.