Was 1982 an awesome time for the art of animation, or what?
There’s a longstanding rumour that Robin Williams’ voice tracks for this Hanna-Barbera cartoon series (which, like all their series from the ’70s and ’80s, gave the human characters creepy flesh-coloured eyeballs) were recorded in his bedroom because he couldn’t even muster up the energy to come into the studio for this thing. And the sad thing is, it’s still more watchable than Patch Adams.
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