Astro Boy

All Episodes 1962 - 1981
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  • Ended
  • Fuji TV
  • 1962-12-31T15:00:00Z
  • 30m
  • 4d 15h 51m (245 episodes)
  • Osamu Tezuka
  • Japan
  • Japanese
  • Tezuka Productions + 1 more, Mushi Production
  • Anime, Mystery, Fantasy, Science Fiction
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The 1963 black & white version of Astroboy was the first anime to cross the Pacific and penetrate American television. It was highly successful as it drew the highest ratings at that time. It was later taken off the air in 1966 as it completed its 104 episode run (193 episodes in Japan) and was losing its popularity due to its non-colour and "depressing" themes and story lines. In 1980 however, Astroboy was reborn in Japan and was brought back to North America in 1982 in a 51 episode colour series (52 episodes in Japan).
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249 episodes

Series Premiere

1962-12-31T15:00:00Z

1x01 The Birth of Astro Boy

1x01 The Birth of Astro Boy

  • Series Premiere

    1962-12-31T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

Dr. Tenma, Director General of the Science Ministry, loses his son Tobio in an accident. He decides to create the robot Astro Boy, who looks just like Tobio, using the best of the Science Ministry's technology.

1963-01-07T15:00:00Z

1x02 Colosso

1x02 Colosso

  • 1963-01-07T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

It is the year 2000 and robots have been put in charge of making other robots when there are no longer enough people to do the work. Astro Boy dreams of having a real mother, just like human boys. The robot workers are making an experimental new robot named Colosso who goes berserk and escapes shortly after coming to life. The only hope is for Astro Boy to stop him before he cause too much trouble. (In the original Japanese version, Colosso was named "Frankenstein")

1963-01-14T15:00:00Z

1x03 Expedition to Mars

1x03 Expedition to Mars

  • 1963-01-14T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

Astroboy is selected to lead a search party to find the survivors of the first manned expedition to Mars. This meets strong objection from the spaceship's captain, who protests taking orders from a robot.

1x04 (14) One Million Mammoth Snails

  • 1963-01-21T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

Professor Nutty Fruitcake grows giant fruits and vegetables. One day he breeds giant snails thinking they would be harmless, one million snails to be exact. The snails fill the mountain side and overflow into cities.

1963-01-28T15:00:00Z

1x05 The Sphinx

1x05 The Sphinx

  • 1963-01-28T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

Astroboy wakes up in the middle of the desert, nearly drained of power and unable to remember how he got there. He is helped by Ali Baba, but in return Astro must battle 'The Sphinx'. This is not a real sphinx, but a robot which guards a desert tomb.

1963-02-04T15:00:00Z

1x06 Zero, the Invisible Robot

1x06 Zero, the Invisible Robot

  • 1963-02-04T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

Zero Robot, a blend of Etheric Resin with Clear Plastic, can only be seen with polarized light. Fearless Fred Fenk uses Zero for robbery. Astro Boy once again battles another robot. Defeating Zero at a cost, Astro reassess his role in fighting villians.

1963-02-11T15:00:00Z

1x07 Captain Atom

1x07 Captain Atom

  • 1963-02-11T15:00:00Z — 26 mins

Alien resembling aliens including the doctor of Ochanomizu and Higeyajiji emigrated from the stars that looked like the earth in emergency. However, the food crisis and humankind will begin attacking the aliens with cell shrink solution.

1963-02-18T15:00:00Z

1x08 The Spirit Machine

1x08 The Spirit Machine

  • 1963-02-18T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

In a land called Shangri-Lee a dictator rose to power. Known to his enemies as the Mad Hatter he trusted no one. To solve this need to do everything himself he captured Dr Elefun. Dr Elefun was to make duplicates of the Mad Hatter. Astro Boy rescues Dr Elefun and the Spirit Machine is destroyed.

1963-02-25T15:00:00Z

1x09 (13) The Deep Freeze

1x09 (13) The Deep Freeze

  • 1963-02-25T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

Crime knows no boundaries - not even the North Pole! Sharkey Dirk and his gang of cut-throats had become the Scourge of the Arctic! An avowed robot-hater, Sharkey foraged far and wide destroying every machine in his path. His hideout was a secret den situated right at the Pole (who would think to look for him there?)

1963-03-04T15:00:00Z

1x10 (11) Strange Voyage

1x10 (11) Strange Voyage

  • 1963-03-04T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

'Lucky' Louie the Lug has slipped by the police at a space port and boarded the first commercial flight to the Moon. Astroboy pursues him seeking to recover stolen diamonds, but the liftoff is underway before he can apprehend the criminal. When meteors collide with the ship, Astro escapes in a damaged space raft with Louie, a little girl named Marvel, Radio Announcer 'Stark' Raving, socialite Mona Toujour and crooked insurance magnate 'Rocco' Gibraltor. They land on a strange asteroid which is a frozen vacuum by night, but has breathable air by day.

1963-03-11T15:00:00Z

1x11 (18) Time Machine

1x11 (18) Time Machine

  • 1963-03-11T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

One day, excitable Mr. Pompous was relaxing at home when suddenly a mysterious ship crashed through his front door. Clearly the ship was something from the future.

1963-03-18T15:00:00Z

1x12 Cross Island

1x12 Cross Island

  • 1963-03-18T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

After Dr I.M. Sinister and his 2 henchmen 'Red' and 'Mouse' escape from Sing Song Prison, they hide at the mining colony of Cross Island disguised as robots. The gang overpowers Dr Elefun, who is repairing the robot miners. As chance has it, one boy robot on the island was built by Dr Sinister. While holding Elefun at gunpoint, Sinister demands not only HIS robot but the use of parts from Astroboy, so he can build a super-robot capable of changing into an array of animals.

1963-03-25T15:00:00Z

1x13 The Eyes of Christ

1x13 The Eyes of Christ

  • 1963-03-25T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

That priest was dying carving a single mark on the eyes of Christ decorated in the church. Apparently it seems to be a clue to teach the identity of the pirate who broke into the church. The same pirate begins to aim for beard hair that knew their secret.

1963-04-01T15:00:00Z

1x14 (12) The Artifical Sun

1x14 (12) The Artifical Sun

  • 1963-04-01T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

Years ago Dr Elefun built a devic., An artifical sun to be used for a good purpose. Elia Belial stole this device and used it to melt anything that gave him money and power. Once again Astro Boy comes to the rescue and destroys The Artifical Sun.

1963-04-08T15:00:00Z

1x15 Grass Boy

1x15 Grass Boy

  • 1963-04-08T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

Astro Boy meets a boy, Lodar, from the planet Zykobee. Flying saucers from Zykobee have come to Earth to drain the lakes for water. With Dr. Elefun's help Astro Boy defeats the invaders. Lodar has a new home.

1963-04-15T15:00:00Z

1x16 Silver Comet

1x16 Silver Comet

  • 1963-04-15T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

Tommy Speed enters the World Champion Motor Car Race. The night before the race his car, the Silver Comet, destroyed by hoodlums. He rebuilds his race car and wins the race with Astro Boy's help. Astro Boy helped by stopping the traps that were laid out for Tommy.

1963-04-22T15:00:00Z

1x17 Hullabaloo Land

1x17 Hullabaloo Land

  • 1963-04-22T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

A bedtime story about a swan princess named "Princess Lollipop" seems to come to life when a robot swan crashes near Astroboy's house. This swan princess, however, is an escaped robot from "Hullabaloo Land", an amusement park where fairy tales are brought to life by robot performers. Lollipop pleads with Astro, telling him that the robots of Hullabaloo Land are being mistreated by the park's general manager, Baron Hoodwink and his robot dragon "Firesnout".

1963-04-29T15:00:00Z

1x18 (15) Gangor the Monster

1x18 (15) Gangor the Monster

  • 1963-04-29T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

In the year 2000, there were robots aplenty. Since human beings no longer worked, there was a wide assortment of robots, big and little, fat and thin, tall and short, to perform every conceivable menial task. But nowhere was there a robot like Gangor, the Monster.

1963-05-06T15:00:00Z

1x19 (19) The Cosmic Giant

1x19 (19) The Cosmic Giant

  • 1963-05-06T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

The plan might have worked, had not a giant robot-lying in disassembled form-been discovered by Doctor Elefun and Astro Boy. Instructions for assembly were found upon the monster robot, instructions written in a code like none on Earth.

1963-05-13T15:00:00Z

1x20 (20) Toxor, the Mist Man

1x20 (20) Toxor, the Mist Man

  • 1963-05-13T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

When early American astronauts reported seeing "fireflies" in space, they posed a riddle that intrigued men of science for decades. In the year 2000, the intrepid Doctor Bolt - astronomer, adventurer, astronaut ~ decided to investigate on his own.

1963-05-20T15:00:00Z

1x21 (21) Satellite R-45

1x21 (21) Satellite R-45

  • 1963-05-20T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

Space stations are nothing new in the year 2000. A number of them dot the Milky Way between here and Andromeda, like floating islands in the sky. One of the largest is Satellite R45, a way station for trans-galaxy flights.

1963-05-27T15:00:00Z

1x22 (22) Sea Serpent Isle

1x22 (22) Sea Serpent Isle

  • 1963-05-27T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

Sitting alone at the beach one day, watching wave after wave break on the lonely sand, Astro Boy spotted a mysterious bottle being washed ashore. The bottle proved to contain a note calling for help and rescue from a dreaded but unknown, uncharted island called Sea Serpent Isle.

1963-06-03T15:00:00Z

1x23 (23) The Deadly Flies

1x23 (23) The Deadly Flies

  • 1963-06-03T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

A mysterious epidemic grips the city! Everywhere, men and women drop suddenly into a nameless coma. What causes the affliction? Scientists are baffled by the disease! Even gifted Doctor Elefun of the famed Institute of Science is at a loss until Astro Boy-quite by accident-discovers a strange species of horse-fly near the names of various victims.

1963-06-10T15:00:00Z

1x24 (24) Kingdom of the Sea

1x24 (24) Kingdom of the Sea

  • 1963-06-10T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

There was laughter when a strange-looking, almost sinister robot swathed in a trenchcoat confronted Astro Boy and Doctor Elefun, demanding that they accompany him to an unknown kingdom at the bottom of the sea. Intrigued by the prospect of it, Doctor Elefun persuades Astro Boy into joining him and the robot.

1963-06-17T15:00:00Z

1x25 The Deep-Underground Tank

1x25 The Deep-Underground Tank

  • 1963-06-17T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

Together with Dr. Jordan who ran away from under the president who plots world conquest, Atom who got into the underground tank fights the president. But the underground tank loses control and starts pushing towards the volcano.

1x26 (26) Don Tay's Infernal Machine

  • 1963-06-24T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

It was perhaps natural that Don Tay should hate civilization. After all, were not his ancestors simple, hard~working peons, captured and exploited by the cruel conquistadors? Don Tay had sworn his revenge...and how was ready to make civilization pay for its greed with the help of Ferno, a robot capable of generating unbearable heat.

1963-07-01T15:00:00Z

1x27 (27) Pearl People

1x27 (27) Pearl People

  • 1963-07-01T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

Time after time, mysterious forces destroy the huge underwater dam being built by the Institute of Science. Why should anyone wish to destroy it? How do these forces create the irresistible whirlpool that no dam in the world could withstand?

1963-07-08T15:00:00Z

1x28 (28) The Wacky Machine

1x28 (28) The Wacky Machine

  • 1963-07-08T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

Professor I. Q. Plenty startled a group of greedy plant owners by announcing that he had perfected the very thing they were seeking: a Robot Wacky Inducer - a machine that could actually make troublesome robots wacky and, therefore, harmless. All Professor Plenty asked for his machine was an annual rental fee or 50 million dollars!

1963-07-15T15:00:00Z

1x29 (29) Memory Day

1x29 (29) Memory Day

  • 1963-07-15T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

Once every year in the 215t century, the citizens of Earth celebrate Memory Day. On that day, they honor the memories of family members who have traveled so far into the universe that they are gone for years at a time!

1963-07-22T15:00:00Z

1x30 (16) Secret Agent 3-Z

1x30 (16) Secret Agent 3-Z

  • 1963-07-22T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

President Pudge of Udopia feared for his life, and understandably so. The Presidents of several other countries had all been attacked by Secret Agent 3-2. This mysterious attacker sprayed his victim with a little - known Primitive Gas - an amazing vapor that made its victims revert to babies or monkeys or other primitive forms.

1x31 (31) Mysterious Cosmic Rays

  • 1963-07-29T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

Astro Boy and Dr. Elefun get involved with a mysterious Dr. Gray Dorian. A man at least eighty years old, he has the appearance of a man only half that age. How come?

1963-08-05T15:00:00Z

1x32 Hot Dog Corps

1x32 Hot Dog Corps

  • 1963-08-05T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

Dogs transplanted their brains to the robot are remodeled by Dr. Ponkotsu and challenge humanity as a hot dog corps.

1963-08-12T15:00:00Z

1x33 (33) The Three Magicians

1x33 (33) The Three Magicians

  • 1963-08-12T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

Impresario J. C. Tenpecent had invented an uncanny magician robot billed as MISTER ABRA KADABRA. Not content with presenting KADABRA as a theatrical wonder, Tenpecent conceived an incredible plot to have the magic robot steal masterpieces of art from the Museum-right under the noses of the police!

1x34 (34) Beast From 20,000 Fathoms

  • 1963-08-19T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

From time to time, the civilized world is shocked to hear of the sightings of various and assorted monsters: The Loch Ness Monster of Scotland, the Mediterranean colocynth - a prehistoric fish actually caught in the late 1950's, etc. These monsters invariably appear in remote parts of the. world. Imagine the furor that arose then, when word spread that a monster had actually been sighted in nearby Lake Foggy Bottom!

1963-08-26T15:00:00Z

1x35 (35) Planet X

1x35 (35) Planet X

  • 1963-08-26T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

Four persons - a tall, skinny newspaper reporter; a short, fat doctor; a gal jazz singer; and a mischievous little boy ~ are summoned by note to meet at eight o’clock in the park one night. Each arrives to the surprise of the other. But each is even more surprised to learn from Astro Boy that he is the author of the mysterious notes.

1963-09-02T15:00:00Z

1x36 (36) The Elixir of Life

1x36 (36) The Elixir of Life

  • 1963-09-02T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

A thin, wiry man named Professor Nafsu had finally done what seemed impossible: invent an Elixir of Life! One good quaff of the Elixir could make a man immortal.

1x37 (25) The Strange Birthday Present

  • 1963-09-09T15:00:00Z — 26 mins

On his most recent birthday, Astro Boy received an amazing gift-something he had always wanted... a little sister! She was a gift of Doctor Packaderm us J. Elefun, head of the Institute of Science, and she was the image - the very image - of Astro Boy, but with pigtails.

1963-09-16T15:00:00Z

1x38 (37) The Asteroid Menace

1x38 (37) The Asteroid Menace

  • 1963-09-16T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

Somehow, unaccountably, the Asteroid Medusa had broken orbit and was now plummeting irresistibly toward Earth! A collision, if one occurred, would mean the end of this planet. Drastic action was called for and a drastic plan executed: a spaceship blasted off from Earth to intercept the Asteroid Medusa. Its mission: to detonate an anti-proton bomb upon the run-away body and blast it into oblivion.

1963-09-23T15:00:00Z

1x39 (38) The Mysterious Cat

1x39 (38) The Mysterious Cat

  • 1963-09-23T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

One housing development after another was destroying the beautiful woodlands around the City, spoiling the beauty of natural surroundings and leaving animals homeless. One day, the animals animals of every description, led by a mysterious cat - actually rebelled and launched an attack upon Mankind.

1x40 (39) The Abominable Snowman

  • 1963-09-30T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

Doctor Elefun, Professor von FIugIe, and others in the scientific expedition, had trekked to the remote Himalayas in an all-out assault upon the region to learn once and for all whether or not there was such a creature as the Abominable Snowman. There was indeed such a creature, they learned, for it seized Doctor Elefun and disappeared with him!

1963-10-07T15:00:00Z

1x41 (41) Deadline to Danger

1x41 (41) Deadline to Danger

  • 1963-10-07T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

That mysterious plane that crashed in the Bering Strait was more than a routine air disaster; it was a global calamity. For, unknown even to security officers, aboard that plane was the dreaded X-Bomb, a stupendous explosive device used to probe stars in deep space.

1963-10-14T15:00:00Z

1x42 The Yellow Horse

1x42 The Yellow Horse

  • 1963-10-14T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

Disguising himself, as a human boy, Astro Boy goes undercover to investigate a drug trade. Some criminals have developed a drug called Yellow Horse, when injected it causes people to dance and make people want more.

1963-10-21T15:00:00Z

1x43 (43) Ditto

1x43 (43) Ditto

  • 1963-10-21T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

Astro Boy's family is surprised by a robot caller who has only the lower part of a body. His name is Knobby Knobody and he is quite insistent that Astro Boy comes with him to the Land of Goshen where his help is urgently needed. Astro Boy agrees to try and help and they leave, incognito. The president of the Land of Goshen is a very brilliant robot named Ditto, who won by a landslide because there the robots have the right to vote. His arch enemy is Prince Upley, a hooded, diabolical-albeit soft-spoken-genius. As the story develops, we discover that Prince Upley is really the inventor of Ditto and feels himself betrayed by the robot’s independent success and fame. Using Mr. Pompous as a hostage, the wicked Prince lures Astro Boy into many traps that finally succeed in putting the mighty little robot out of commission. All efforts to revive him are fruitless, until Mr. Pompous places a long-distance video-phone call to Dr. Elefun. Astro Boy is revived just in time to foil Prince Upley’s master stroke and saves the day. The Prince is forced to see the error of his ways and we leave on the note of a new and better life for men and robots in the Land of Goshen.

1963-10-28T15:00:00Z

1x44 (44) Cleopatra's Heart

1x44 (44) Cleopatra's Heart

  • 1963-10-28T15:00:00Z — 26 mins

Astro Boy and Mr. Pompous settle down for a long ride in their train compartment, when suddenly the door bursts open and a strange, dark man, dressed in ancient Egyptian garb, enters. He whispers that he is being followed; then produces an enormous heart-shaped jewel he calls "Cleopatra’s Heart". He bids Mr. Pompous take the jewel and keep it safe, for it is priceless. It once belonged to Cleopatra herself and was proof that the bearer was indeed Queen of the Nile! Suddenly, the stranger disappears! Afterwards, our heroes find that they are being pursued by a gang of dark strangers, also dressed in ancient Egyptian garb! Expert sleuthing by Astro Boy in Egypt reveals that the intent strangers are members of a secret society called the Crimson Brotherhood, whose Grand Master, Rasburton, has created a robot in the image of Cleopatra. Before the multitudes will accept her as Queen of the Nile, though, they demand to see proof of her royal heritage: the famous ruby "Cleopatra’s Heart". Now Astro Boy realises why the Crimson Brotherhood will stop at nothing to recover that jewel. With Mr. Pompous‘ life in danger, Astro Boy swings into action. His target is the power-mad scientist Rasburton. But, Rasburton proves to be a man who is prepared for just such interference. Astro Boy faces one deadly surprise after another...and a large, sphinx-like bird threatens his undoing!

1963-11-04T15:00:00Z

1x45 (45) Return of Cleopatra

1x45 (45) Return of Cleopatra

  • 1963-11-04T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

That fiend of the Nile, the evil genius Rasburton, had once before confronted Astro Boy, then fled when the brave, little robot thwarted his scheme to re-create an Egyptian dynasty. Now he returns with a regal queen whom he calls the new Cleopatra. She is the ancient beauty reborn, he insists; and with the aid of strong-arm tactics, he installs her as Queen Of the Nile. Astro Boy, sensing trouble, arrives to investigate, but he is surprised and ambushed by a colossal robot that stuns him and leaves him to perish in the desert. All seems lost until a handsome young sheik discovers the disabled Astro Boy and revives him. Cleopatra is a fake, reveals the sheik-a sham, a mere robot built by Rasburton to resemble the Cleopatra of old. Actually, Rasburton is now ruler of the Nile - a cruel pharaoh who seeks to make all the people his slaves. Astro Boy needs hear no more. He swings into action at once, engaging in a mighty battle with a robot that towers higher than the ancient Lighthouse of Alexandria! Rasburton is defeated but-oddly enough-defeated only indirectly by Astro Boy. For the evil genius’ own robot turns against him and makes it impossible for Rasburton ever to return!

1x46 (46) The Phantom Space Ship

  • 1963-11-11T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

Dr. Elefun's Institute of Science has achieved the impossible: it has actually built an all-robot spaceship: an unmanned "phantom ship" composed entirely of robot parts, each with its own electronic brain unit. Upon a command from Astro Boy, the greatest robot ever built, the individual parts of the ship assemble themselves into a space craft capable of undertaking journeys to the corners of the universe journeys lasting several hundred light years! Who wouldn't want such a ship for his country! Captain Olga, ruler of a tiny Pacific Island, tries to force Astro Boy into building her a phantom ship. Her purpose, though, is not to use the ship as an instrument of scientific study, but as a weapon for power. When Astro Boy eludes her agents, Captain Olga has her chief scientist, one Professor Schlepkin, build an imitation Astro Boy. This ersatz Astro Boy is similar enough to the original to be downright dangerous - so dangerous, in fact, that the two Astro Boys find it necessary to battle each other. Astro Boy vs. his double! Sure, the real Astro Boy wins, but not before the fake and his creators pull some unexpected and formidable surprises!

1x47 (47) The Gigantic Space Crab

  • 1963-11-18T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

From the planet Gip Gip in outer space, comes a spaceship. The Gip Gip men ask the men of Earth for an animal specimen to take back to their 200. Mr. Trickum, who runs a circus, gives the Gip Gip men a small pig in exchange for a giant space crab. The crab escapes and roams the world destroying everything in its path. Astro Boy and his new found friend, a dinosaur left by the Gip Gip men, are sent to save the world from the crab. Finally, off the coast of Hawaii, Astro Boy and the Giant Crab meet in a tremendous battle. Only because he is the strongest robot in the universe is Astro Boy able to defeat the crab and once again save the Earth from destruction.

1x48 (48) The Great Space Horse

  • 1963-11-25T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

From the distant planet of Popilloli comes the little boy Yatata to go to school. He is followed by his close friend, the great space horse, Davalon. Astro Boy and Yatata become pals but when the world learns of the unusual horse at Astro Boy’s house a vast throng surrounds them. Meanwhile, Trickum, a circus owner, realises that he could make a fortune if he had Davalon in his show and so he hires Ugapug, a gangster, to kidnap the horse. Astro Boy fights off the gang, but Yatata and Davalon realise that as long as they remain on Earth they’ll be hounded by curious people. They decide to return to Popilloli. But the gangsters follow them to the planet and try to round up the whole herd of great space horses. Astro Boy arrives in time to join the terrific fight in defense of the horses. Finally, the gangsters are defeated and sent back to Earth. Astro Boy watched as Yatata and the great space horse decide to move on to a much more distant planet where they hope to continue living in peace.

1963-12-02T15:00:00Z

1x49 (49) 3D Tee Vee

1x49 (49) 3D Tee Vee

  • 1963-12-02T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

For the first time in the universe, three dimensional television is about to be introduced; but there is great interference as the; first show starts. A monstrous fog emerges from the TV monitor and then disappears Soon afterwards, the evil Dr. SnOrkel pays the notorious Wily gang to steal one of the TV transmitters. The doctor explains that years ago his yoUng partner, Rockar, invented a machine which would transmit objects and living things from one place to another. The doctor was so jealous that, while Rockar demonstrated by entering the monitor himself, he threw the switch leaving poor Rockar suspended in the middle of the transmission. From then on, Rockar was doomed to exist in an electronic fog. As soon as he gets his hands on the 3D transmitter, which actually works the same as Rocka r’s inventions, the notorious Wily orders the fog to get rid of Dr. Snorkel. But the doctor calls on Astro Boy for help. Finally, Astro Boy overcomes Vlfily, and with Dr. Snorkel’s help the machine brings Rockar back to human form where he and the doctor resume their once happy partnership.

1963-12-09T15:00:00Z

1x50 (50) Westward, Ha!

1x50 (50) Westward, Ha!

  • 1963-12-09T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

A nervous and worried father asks Astro Boy, Dr. Elefun, and Mr. Pompous to come at once to his western ranch. There he confides to them that his son, Heck, has disappeared. The young man, always in love with the romantic Old West, built a time machine, vanished into the past, and never returned. Astro Boy and his friends agree to help the anxious father. Using the same time machine, they go back to the Old West. They find Heck, only to discover that he is apparently mixed up with a gang of no-good, shiftless varmints; bank robbers and such. To make matters worse, the local townspeople suspect Astro Boy and his dude friends of having committed the bank robbery that took place the day of their arrival. The three strangers are strung up under a tree and face a lynching. Things look bad. Suddenly, Astro Boy hits upon a plan: he convinces the townsfolk to give him 24 hours to bring the real crooks in. So begins a whirlwind roundup. The real crooks are brought to justice, but not before Mr. Pompous is forced into an old-fashioned gunfight and Astro Boy has to do some fancy shooting!

1963-12-16T15:00:00Z

1x51 (51) Jimbo the Great

1x51 (51) Jimbo the Great

  • 1963-12-16T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

On a journey to darkest Africa, Astro Boy meets a baby elephant whose mother hasjust been killed by hunters. The little elephant, Jimbo, and Astro Boy become close friends. While Astro Boy goes forth to search for Jimbo’s herd, seeking to re-unite the tiny pachyderm with its companions, the greedy hunters that killed the mother now capture Jimbo! Astro Boy returns facing a dilemma: reveal the whereabouts of the herd to the greedy ivory hunters, or risk the safety of Jimbo. With Jimbo's life in danger, Astro Boy is forced to betray the safety of the herd, but nature takes care of its own. A rogue bull elephant attacking the herd actually plays right into Astro Boy's hands. The distraction provided by the attack allows Jimbo to escape, allows the herd to flee, allows Astro Boy to capture the unlawful hunters, and leads directly to the baby elephant’s acquiring a new and loving mother. Thus, a calamity becomes a blessing in disguise and Astro Boy happily ends one of his most touching adventures.

1963-12-23T15:00:00Z

1x52 (52) Snow Lion

1x52 (52) Snow Lion

  • 1963-12-23T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

A mysterious snow blankets the Earth. Wherever it falls, communications are disrupted; machinery fails; electricity dies. Careful examination of the snow by the Institute of Science reveals that the snow" is really composed of billions upon billions of microscopic animals that feed upon energy, clearly unlike any animals on Earth as we know it. How to fight them? Guns turn to rust! Aircraft, their batteries dead, lie grounded! Even Astro Boy, seemingly an invincible robot, finds all his energy drained by the incessant blizzard from outer space. Is this the end of the world? Here is an unusual adventure in which not Astro Boy, but the human Dr. EIefun saves the day when robots that are his own invention re-awaken the good Doctor's conscience and fire anew his will to live!

1963-12-30T15:00:00Z

1x53 Goodbye 1963

1x53 Goodbye 1963

  • 1963-12-30T15:00:00Z — 25 mins

1964-01-03T15:00:00Z

1x54 Duel on the Alps

1x54 Duel on the Alps

  • 1964-01-03T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

1964-01-17T15:00:00Z

1x55 Rejuvenating Gas

1x55 Rejuvenating Gas

  • 1964-01-17T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

1964-01-24T15:00:00Z

1x56 (32) The Moon Monsters

1x56 (32) The Moon Monsters

  • 1964-01-24T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

Doctor Elefun, on his way to the moon, suddenly disappears! When Astro Boy traces the Doctor's route in space, he finds the moon under attack by monsters from another sun! They have captured not only Doctor Elefun, but several members from Earth‘s Junior Squadron, a team of young men sent to guard the moon from just such an attack! With an electronic brain unit that transfers human knowledge to their own brains, the monsters seek to gain the necessary know-how that will enable them someday to conquer the Earth. It remains for a girl to overcome the electronic brain units in a manner so mysterious that all eyes rivet upon her! Who is this girl? Where did she come from? How does she "just happen" to know the secret of the electronic brains? A surprising turn of events helps defeat the moon monsters and re-unite the feuding members of the Junior Squadron.

1x57 (40) Astro Boy Goes to School

  • 1964-01-31T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

Dr. Elefun decides that Astro Boy and Astro Girl do not have the proper appreciation for the beautiful wonders of nature - flowers, trees, etc. He sends Astro Boy and Astro Girl to school to learn to appreciate the beautiful things of life. The school is run just like any other school, except all the students are robots. Astro Girl and her girlfriend, Lalla, go on a field trip and meet Al McAnic, who hates beauty and wants to turn everything into something useful. He captures Astro Girl and Lalla. Astro Boy attempts to rescue them. McAnic tells Astro Boy that he wants Miss Lisa, the teacher at the school, to come and get the girls. Astro Boy flies off to get her and brings her back to McAnic. McAnic then captures Miss Lisa and holds all three captive. Aftenfvards, the principal thinks that Astro Boy is playing hooky and orders him to stand in the corner all alone. Meanwhile, McAnic plans to destroy Astro Girl, Lalla, and Miss Lisa. Lalla escapes and calls to Astro Boy for help. He comes to the rescue (by disobeying and leaving the corner,) and wants to destroy McAnic. But Miss Lisa says that we must forgive others and that forgiveness is the beauty of life. The teacher's name is Miss Mona Lisa - the beauty of a smile of forgiveness.

1x58 (42) The Island of Mystery

  • 1964-02-07T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

On the distant Boolaboo islands stands a group of stone statues covered with mysterious writing. The writing, finally, is understood and it reveals that hidden on one of the islands is a super ship left on Earth by highly adVanced space travellers of prehistoric times. Whoever possesses this great ship can rule the universe. The notorious Sneer gang, seek the ship while Astro Boy tries to reach the hidden vessel before they do. Sneer finally captures Astro Boy and Doctor Elefun, but Astro Boy fights his way free. Just when Astro Boy thinks he has saved the world, Icky Ichabod, a suddenly ambitious scientist, tries to get possession of the ship. Using his super powers, Astro Boy manages to save the day again, but the great spaceship is accidentally exploded. The mystery of the Boolaboo Islands is solved.

1x59 (30) The Super Duper Robot

  • 1964-02-14T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

A strange rocket from outer space crashes on earth and the first man to investigate is Professor BooBoo who finds the plans for a super duper robot. BooBoo hires Doctor Elefun and the Institute of Science to build the robot for him. Astro Boy and Astro Girl, left alone in the laboratory, play with the controls of the robot builder and accidentally complete the assembly of the robot. Astro Boy fights the robot and is saved from destruction by Doctor Elefun. Astro Boy insists that the robot is too dangerous. Doctor Elefun disagrees and intends to turn over the robot to Professor BooBoo. Astro Boy, realizing that it's the only way to save mankind from the robot, steals its head and hides it on a distant island. Professor BooBoo sends the robot in search of its head and only after a tremendous battle can Astro Boy defeat the robot. Having proved that it was indeed a vicious robot he is forgiven for stealing the head and once more is hailed a hero.

1964-02-21T15:00:00Z

1x60 Dogma Palace

1x60 Dogma Palace

  • 1964-02-21T15:00:00Z — 26 mins

1964-02-28T15:00:00Z

1x61 Space Parasites

1x61 Space Parasites

  • 1964-02-28T15:00:00Z — 26 mins

1964-03-06T15:00:00Z

1x62 (17) The Haunted Ship

1x62 (17) The Haunted Ship

  • 1964-03-06T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

Astro Boy and his pal Specs visit a carnival fun house where Specs is frightened by all the tricks played on them. But Astro Boy has no fear because as a robot he lacks a human heart. He longs to learn what fear feels like and so he persuades Doctor Elefun to give him a human heart for a few days. Doctor Elefun reluctantly gives Astro Boy the heart and then leaves by ship on a long ocean voyage. Astro Boy is taunted by his sister about his new fears. They overhear sailors talking about a dangeroUs haunted ship in the ocean near where Doctor Eiefun's liner will be passing. Astro Boy overtakes the doctor's ship and tries to have the captain turn back. But the captain refuses. Astro Boy is sent ahead to keep watch for the haunted ship. He finds it and on board he battles huge mutated plankton. He almost loses the fight and then his human heart stops and once again he is Astro Boy the fearless robot. He defeats the plankton, and then Weezzell and his gang, who have been using the haunted ship as a decoy while they transport uranium by submarine beneath it. Astro Boy wins and saves the liner. And he has learned that he is happier without a human heart, and without fear.

1964-03-13T15:00:00Z

1x63 The Man-Made Iceberg

1x63 The Man-Made Iceberg

  • 1964-03-13T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

1964-03-20T15:00:00Z

1x64 Vampire Vale

1x64 Vampire Vale

  • 1964-03-20T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

1964-03-27T15:00:00Z

1x65 The Terrible Tidal Wave

1x65 The Terrible Tidal Wave

  • 1964-03-27T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

1964-04-03T15:00:00Z

1x66 Vikings

1x66 Vikings

  • 1964-04-03T15:00:00Z — 26 mins

1964-04-10T15:00:00Z

1x67 (58) The Devil Doll

1x67 (58) The Devil Doll

  • 1964-04-10T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

1964-04-24T15:00:00Z

1x68 (59) Dinosaur Dilemma

1x68 (59) Dinosaur Dilemma

  • 1964-04-24T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

1x69 (60) The Clock Tower Mystery

  • 1964-05-01T15:00:00Z — 25 mins

1964-05-08T15:00:00Z

1x70 (61) The Flower Monster

1x70 (61) The Flower Monster

  • 1964-05-08T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

1964-05-15T15:00:00Z

1x71 (62) Attack From Space

1x71 (62) Attack From Space

  • 1964-05-15T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

1964-05-22T15:00:00Z

1x72 (63) Shipwreck in Space

1x72 (63) Shipwreck in Space

  • 1964-05-22T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

1964-06-05T15:00:00Z

1x73 (64) Big Titan

1x73 (64) Big Titan

  • 1964-06-05T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

1964-06-19T15:00:00Z

1x75 (66) Inca Gold Fever

1x75 (66) Inca Gold Fever

  • 1964-06-19T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

1964-06-26T15:00:00Z

1x76 (67) The Monster Machine

1x76 (67) The Monster Machine

  • 1964-06-26T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

1x77 (68) The Hooligan Whodunit

  • 1964-07-03T15:00:00Z — 26 mins

1964-07-10T15:00:00Z

1x78 (69) Funnel to the Future

1x78 (69) Funnel to the Future

  • 1964-07-10T15:00:00Z — 26 mins

1964-07-17T15:00:00Z

1x79 (70) Super Brain

1x79 (70) Super Brain

  • 1964-07-17T15:00:00Z — 26 mins

1964-07-24T15:00:00Z

1x80 (71) Mighty Minute

1x80 (71) Mighty Minute

  • 1964-07-24T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

1964-07-31T15:00:00Z

1x81 (72) Dream Machine

1x81 (72) Dream Machine

  • 1964-07-31T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

1964-08-14T15:00:00Z

1x82 The Robot Olympics

1x82 The Robot Olympics

  • 1964-08-14T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

1964-08-21T15:00:00Z

1x83 Dunder, Bird of Doom

1x83 Dunder, Bird of Doom

  • 1964-08-21T15:00:00Z — 26 mins

1964-08-28T15:00:00Z

1x84 Dolphins in Distress

1x84 Dolphins in Distress

  • 1964-08-28T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

1964-09-04T15:00:00Z

1x85 The Mad Beltway

1x85 The Mad Beltway

  • 1964-09-04T15:00:00Z — 26 mins

1964-09-11T15:00:00Z

1x86 The Terrible Time Gun

1x86 The Terrible Time Gun

  • 1964-09-11T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

1964-09-18T15:00:00Z

1x87 (78) Space Princess

1x87 (78) Space Princess

  • 1964-09-18T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

1964-09-25T15:00:00Z

1x88 (79) Mighty Microbe Army

1x88 (79) Mighty Microbe Army

  • 1964-09-25T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

1964-10-02T15:00:00Z

1x89 (80) Horrible King Horrid

1x89 (80) Horrible King Horrid

  • 1964-10-02T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

1x90 (81) Mystery of the Amless Dam

  • 1964-10-09T15:00:00Z — 26 mins

1964-10-23T15:00:00Z

1x91 (82) Galeom From Galaxy G

1x91 (82) Galeom From Galaxy G

  • 1964-10-23T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

1964-10-30T15:00:00Z

1x92 The Three Robotiers

1x92 The Three Robotiers

  • 1964-10-30T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

1964-11-06T15:00:00Z

1x93 Brother Jetto

1x93 Brother Jetto

  • 1964-11-06T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

1964-11-13T15:00:00Z

1x94 Angel of the Alps

1x94 Angel of the Alps

  • 1964-11-13T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

1964-11-20T15:00:00Z

1x95 Magic Punch Card

1x95 Magic Punch Card

  • 1964-11-20T15:00:00Z — 26 mins

1964-10-27T15:00:00Z

1x96 The Great Rocket Robbery

1x96 The Great Rocket Robbery

  • 1964-10-27T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

1964-11-04T15:00:00Z

1x97 Contest in Space

1x97 Contest in Space

  • 1964-11-04T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

1964-12-11T15:00:00Z

1x98 Gift of Zeo

1x98 Gift of Zeo

  • 1964-12-11T15:00:00Z — 26 mins

1964-12-18T15:00:00Z

1x99 A Deep Deep Secret

1x99 A Deep Deep Secret

  • 1964-12-18T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

1965-01-01T15:00:00Z

1x101 Uncharted World

1x101 Uncharted World

  • 1965-01-01T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

1965-01-08T15:00:00Z

1x102 Jungle Mystery

1x102 Jungle Mystery

  • 1965-01-08T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

1965-01-15T15:00:00Z

1x103 The Terrible Spaceman

1x103 The Terrible Spaceman

  • 1965-01-15T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

1965-01-22T15:00:00Z

1x104 The Devil's Balloon

1x104 The Devil's Balloon

  • 1965-01-22T15:00:00Z — 26 mins

1965-01-29T15:00:00Z

1x105 General Astro

1x105 General Astro

  • 1965-01-29T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

1965-02-12T15:00:00Z

1x107 Mystery of the Metal Men

1x107 Mystery of the Metal Men

  • 1965-02-12T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

1965-02-19T15:00:00Z

1x108 Super Human Beings

1x108 Super Human Beings

  • 1965-02-19T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

1965-02-26T15:00:00Z

1x109 Phoenix Bird

1x109 Phoenix Bird

  • 1965-02-26T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

1965-03-05T15:00:00Z

1x110 Menace from Mercury

1x110 Menace from Mercury

  • 1965-03-05T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

1965-03-12T15:00:00Z

1x111 Robot Polymer

1x111 Robot Polymer

  • 1965-03-12T15:00:00Z — 26 mins

1965-03-26T15:00:00Z

1x112 Samson's Hair

1x112 Samson's Hair

  • 1965-03-26T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

1965-04-02T15:00:00Z

1x113 Dangerous Mission

1x113 Dangerous Mission

  • 1965-04-02T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

1965-04-09T15:00:00Z

1x114 Metro Monster

1x114 Metro Monster

  • 1965-04-09T15:00:00Z — 26 mins

1965-04-16T15:00:00Z

1x115 The Big Runaway Safe

1x115 The Big Runaway Safe

  • 1965-04-16T15:00:00Z — 25 mins

1965-05-07T15:00:00Z

1x118 Robot Grabby

1x118 Robot Grabby

  • 1965-05-07T15:00:00Z — 26 mins

1965-05-14T15:00:00Z

1x119 Planet 13

1x119 Planet 13

  • 1965-05-14T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

1965-05-21T15:00:00Z

1x120 Time Hunter

1x120 Time Hunter

  • 1965-05-21T15:00:00Z — 25 mins

1965-05-28T15:00:00Z

1x121 Prisoners in Space

1x121 Prisoners in Space

  • 1965-05-28T15:00:00Z — 25 mins

1965-06-04T15:00:00Z

1x122 The Monster Mantler

1x122 The Monster Mantler

  • 1965-06-04T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

1965-06-18T15:00:00Z

1x123 Captain Dog

1x123 Captain Dog

  • 1965-06-18T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

1965-07-02T15:00:00Z

1x124 Double Trouble

1x124 Double Trouble

  • 1965-07-02T15:00:00Z — 30 mins

1965-07-09T15:00:00Z

1x125 Find the Bacteria

1x125 Find the Bacteria

  • 1965-07-09T15:00:00Z — 30 mins

1965-07-16T15:00:00Z

1x126 Roboids

1x126 Roboids

  • 1965-07-16T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

1965-07-23T15:00:00Z

1x127 The Experimental Robot

1x127 The Experimental Robot

  • 1965-07-23T15:00:00Z — 30 mins

1x128 Treasures of the Inca Empire

  • 1965-07-30T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

1965-08-13T15:00:00Z

1x129 Atom vs. Atom

1x129 Atom vs. Atom

  • 1965-08-13T15:00:00Z — 25 mins

1965-08-20T15:00:00Z

1x130 The Storm on Mars

1x130 The Storm on Mars

  • 1965-08-20T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

1965-08-27T15:00:00Z

1x131 The Moon Champion

1x131 The Moon Champion

  • 1965-08-27T15:00:00Z — 26 mins

1965-09-03T15:00:00Z

1x132 Prince Louis

1x132 Prince Louis

  • 1965-09-03T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

1965-09-10T15:00:00Z

1x133 Revenge After Ten Years

1x133 Revenge After Ten Years

  • 1965-09-10T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

1965-09-17T15:00:00Z

1x134 Operation Escape

1x134 Operation Escape

  • 1965-09-17T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

1965-09-24T15:00:00Z

1x135 The Robot-Dog Backy

1x135 The Robot-Dog Backy

  • 1965-09-24T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

1965-10-01T15:00:00Z

1x136 Inspector Jaguar

1x136 Inspector Jaguar

  • 1965-10-01T15:00:00Z — 25 mins

1965-10-08T15:00:00Z

1x137 Little Cooley

1x137 Little Cooley

  • 1965-10-08T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

1965-10-15T15:00:00Z

1x138 1 Long Day

1x138 1 Long Day

  • 1965-10-15T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

1965-10-22T15:00:00Z

1x139 Atom Stolen

1x139 Atom Stolen

  • 1965-10-22T15:00:00Z — 30 mins

1965-09-29T15:00:00Z

1x140 The King and Atom

1x140 The King and Atom

  • 1965-09-29T15:00:00Z — 26 mins

1965-11-05T15:00:00Z

1x141 The Locomotive March

1x141 The Locomotive March

  • 1965-11-05T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

1965-11-12T15:00:00Z

1x142 Minya's Star

1x142 Minya's Star

  • 1965-11-12T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

Astro Boy and a group of passengers from a doomed rocketliner are stranded on an asteroid with strange characteristics and a mysterious monster.

1965-11-19T15:00:00Z

1x143 Bird Street Story

1x143 Bird Street Story

  • 1965-11-19T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

1965-11-26T15:00:00Z

1x144 Lost Friendship

1x144 Lost Friendship

  • 1965-11-26T15:00:00Z — 26 mins

1965-12-03T15:00:00Z

1x145 Atom in the Deep Sea

1x145 Atom in the Deep Sea

  • 1965-12-03T15:00:00Z — 26 mins

1965-12-10T15:00:00Z

1x146 Report from the Future

1x146 Report from the Future

  • 1965-12-10T15:00:00Z — 26 mins

1965-12-17T15:00:00Z

1x147 Mid-air Screen

1x147 Mid-air Screen

  • 1965-12-17T15:00:00Z — 26 mins

1965-12-24T15:00:00Z

1x148 Robio and Robiet

1x148 Robio and Robiet

  • 1965-12-24T15:00:00Z — 26 mins

1965-12-31T15:00:00Z

1x149 The Can Capriccio

1x149 The Can Capriccio

  • 1965-12-31T15:00:00Z — 26 mins

1966-01-07T15:00:00Z

1x150 Miss Magnet

1x150 Miss Magnet

  • 1966-01-07T15:00:00Z — 25 mins

1966-01-14T15:00:00Z

1x151 Lonely Atom

1x151 Lonely Atom

  • 1966-01-14T15:00:00Z — 25 mins

1966-01-21T15:00:00Z

1x152 The Robot Bombs

1x152 The Robot Bombs

  • 1966-01-21T15:00:00Z — 26 mins

1966-01-28T15:00:00Z

1x153 The Red Merry-Go-Round

1x153 The Red Merry-Go-Round

  • 1966-01-28T15:00:00Z — 26 mins

1966-02-04T15:00:00Z

1x154 Blue Bird Story

1x154 Blue Bird Story

  • 1966-02-04T15:00:00Z — 26 mins

1966-02-11T15:00:00Z

1x155 The Crazed Boundary

1x155 The Crazed Boundary

  • 1966-02-11T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

1966-02-18T15:00:00Z

1x156 Robot Mayor

1x156 Robot Mayor

  • 1966-02-18T15:00:00Z — 26 mins

1966-02-25T15:00:00Z

1x157 Gypsy's Star

1x157 Gypsy's Star

  • 1966-02-25T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

1966-03-04T15:00:00Z

1x158 Funny Companion

1x158 Funny Companion

  • 1966-03-04T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

1966-03-18T15:00:00Z

1x159 Devil and Angel

1x159 Devil and Angel

  • 1966-03-18T15:00:00Z — 23 mins

1966-03-25T15:00:00Z

1x160 The Golden Flute

1x160 The Golden Flute

  • 1966-03-25T15:00:00Z — 26 mins

1966-04-01T15:00:00Z

1x161 Dream-Selling Aliens

1x161 Dream-Selling Aliens

  • 1966-04-01T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

1966-04-08T15:00:00Z

1x162 Operation Candy

1x162 Operation Candy

  • 1966-04-08T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

1966-04-15T15:00:00Z

1x163 Road to Another World

1x163 Road to Another World

  • 1966-04-15T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

1966-04-22T15:00:00Z

1x164 The Space Spider

1x164 The Space Spider

  • 1966-04-22T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

1966-04-29T15:00:00Z

1x165 A Great Fuss Over Babies

1x165 A Great Fuss Over Babies

  • 1966-04-29T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

1966-05-06T15:00:00Z

1x166 The Jewel-Eating Monster

1x166 The Jewel-Eating Monster

  • 1966-05-06T15:00:00Z — 26 mins

1966-05-13T15:00:00Z

1x167 Plenty of Balloons

1x167 Plenty of Balloons

  • 1966-05-13T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

1x168 The Island That Jumped Up

  • 1966-05-20T15:00:00Z — 26 mins

1966-05-27T15:00:00Z

1x169 Gift from the Future

1x169 Gift from the Future

  • 1966-05-27T15:00:00Z — 26 mins

1966-06-03T15:00:00Z

1x170 Two Princesses

1x170 Two Princesses

  • 1966-06-03T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

1966-06-10T15:00:00Z

1x171 Kutcher Forever

1x171 Kutcher Forever

  • 1966-06-10T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

1966-06-24T15:00:00Z

1x172 The Herald Brothers

1x172 The Herald Brothers

  • 1966-06-24T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

1966-07-01T15:00:00Z

1x173 Robotty

1x173 Robotty

  • 1966-07-01T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

1x174 The Great Submarine Canal

  • 1966-07-08T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

1966-07-22T15:00:00Z

1x175 Robot Wars (1)

1x175 Robot Wars (1)

  • 1966-07-22T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

1966-07-29T15:00:00Z

1x176 Robot Wars (2)

1x176 Robot Wars (2)

  • 1966-07-29T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

1966-08-05T15:00:00Z

1x177 The Gigantic Robot

1x177 The Gigantic Robot

  • 1966-08-05T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

1x178 Chi-tan's Nighttime Adventure

  • 1966-08-19T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

1966-08-26T15:00:00Z

1x179 Blue Horseman (1)

1x179 Blue Horseman (1)

  • 1966-08-26T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

1966-09-02T15:00:00Z

1x180 Blue Horseman (2)

1x180 Blue Horseman (2)

  • 1966-09-02T15:00:00Z — 25 mins

1x181 Ghost Manufacturing Machine

  • 1966-09-09T15:00:00Z — 26 mins

1966-09-23T15:00:00Z

1x182 Demented Cobalt

1x182 Demented Cobalt

  • 1966-09-23T15:00:00Z — 26 mins

1x183 Japanese People from Space

  • 1966-09-30T15:00:00Z — 25 mins

1966-10-07T15:00:00Z

1x184 Time War

1x184 Time War

  • 1966-10-07T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

1966-10-21T15:00:00Z

1x185 Star of Africa

1x185 Star of Africa

  • 1966-10-21T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

1x186 Monsters Come out at Night

  • 1966-10-28T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

1966-11-04T15:00:00Z

1x187 Baily's Legend

1x187 Baily's Legend

  • 1966-11-04T15:00:00Z — 27 mins

1966-11-18T15:00:00Z

1x188 Tengu of Kurama

1x188 Tengu of Kurama

  • 1966-11-18T15:00:00Z — 26 mins

1966-11-25T15:00:00Z

1x190 Miracle of Mesopotamia

1x190 Miracle of Mesopotamia

  • 1966-11-25T15:00:00Z — 26 mins

1966-11-16T15:00:00Z

1x191 Wandering Roppi

1x191 Wandering Roppi

  • 1966-11-16T15:00:00Z — 25 mins

1966-12-23T15:00:00Z

1x192 Medusa's Mansion

1x192 Medusa's Mansion

  • 1966-12-23T15:00:00Z — 26 mins

Season Premiere

1980-09-30T15:00:00Z

2x01 The Birth of Astro Boy

2x01 The Birth of Astro Boy

  • Season Premiere

    1980-09-30T15:00:00Z — 30 mins

1980-10-07T15:00:00Z

2x02 Astro Boy vs. Atlas

2x02 Astro Boy vs. Atlas

  • 1980-10-07T15:00:00Z — 30 mins

1980-10-14T15:00:00Z

2x03 The Robot Circus

2x03 The Robot Circus

  • 1980-10-14T15:00:00Z — 30 mins

1980-10-21T15:00:00Z

2x04 Saving our Classmate

2x04 Saving our Classmate

  • 1980-10-21T15:00:00Z — 30 mins

1980-11-04T15:00:00Z

2x06 Robot Land

2x06 Robot Land

  • 1980-11-04T15:00:00Z — 30 mins

1980-11-11T15:00:00Z

2x07 Frankenstein

2x07 Frankenstein

  • 1980-11-11T15:00:00Z — 30 mins

1980-11-18T15:00:00Z

2x08 Red Cat

2x08 Red Cat

  • 1980-11-18T15:00:00Z — 30 mins

1980-12-02T15:00:00Z

2x10 The Vehicle, White Planet

2x10 The Vehicle, White Planet

  • 1980-12-02T15:00:00Z — 30 mins

1980-12-09T15:00:00Z

2x11 The Robot President

2x11 The Robot President

  • 1980-12-09T15:00:00Z — 30 mins

1980-12-16T15:00:00Z

2x12 Damdam's Neck

2x12 Damdam's Neck

  • 1980-12-16T15:00:00Z — 30 mins

1980-12-23T15:00:00Z

2x13 Lightning Man

2x13 Lightning Man

  • 1980-12-23T15:00:00Z — 30 mins

1981-01-06T15:00:00Z

2x14 Tomboy Uran

2x14 Tomboy Uran

  • 1981-01-06T15:00:00Z — 30 mins

1981-01-13T15:00:00Z

2x15 Robio and Robiet

2x15 Robio and Robiet

  • 1981-01-13T15:00:00Z — 30 mins

1981-01-20T15:00:00Z

2x16 Adventure on Mars

2x16 Adventure on Mars

  • 1981-01-20T15:00:00Z — 30 mins

1981-01-27T15:00:00Z

2x17 SOS on the Space Shuttle

2x17 SOS on the Space Shuttle

  • 1981-01-27T15:00:00Z — 30 mins

1981-02-10T15:00:00Z

2x19 The Devil's Balloon

2x19 The Devil's Balloon

  • 1981-02-10T15:00:00Z — 30 mins

1981-02-17T15:00:00Z

2x20 Pook in Cruciform Island

2x20 Pook in Cruciform Island

  • 1981-02-17T15:00:00Z — 30 mins

1981-02-24T15:00:00Z

2x21 The Fool Ivan

2x21 The Fool Ivan

  • 1981-02-24T15:00:00Z — 30 mins

1981-03-03T15:00:00Z

2x22 The Robot Who Lied

2x22 The Robot Who Lied

  • 1981-03-03T15:00:00Z — 30 mins

1981-03-10T15:00:00Z

2x23 The Girl from Alsore

2x23 The Girl from Alsore

  • 1981-03-10T15:00:00Z — 30 mins

2x27 Major Operations by Black Jack

  • 1981-04-07T15:00:00Z — 30 mins