|Air date||September 12th, 1970|
|Writers||Jack Mendelsohn; Jim Mulligan; Bob Ogle; Chuck Menville; Len Jansen; Jim Ryan; Bill Danch|
|Producers||Norm Prescott; Lou Scheimer|
|Starring||Howard Morris; Larry Storch; Jane Webb; Dallas McKennon; Larry D. Mann|
"1-2-3" is the pilot episode and feature song from the Filmation Associates animated comedy series Groovie Goolies. The episode was directed by Hal Sutherland with a script and lyrics written by the team of Bill Danch, Jim Ryan, Len Jansen, Chuck Menville, Bob Ogle, Jim Mulligan and Jack Mendelsohn. The episode first aired on Saturday morning on CBS on September 12th, 1970.
Drac, Frankie and Wolfie get together to jam out a song called 1-2-3, so long as they can stop being scared of three interfering ghosts who want to join in on the fun.
Cast & Crew Edit
- Hal Sutherland - Director
- Jack Mendelsohn - Staff writer
- Jim Mulligan - Staff writer
- Bob Ogle - Staff writer
- Chuck Menville - Staff writer
- Len Jansen - Staff writer
- Jim Ryan - Staff writer
- Bill Danch - Staff writer
- Norm Prescott - Producer
- Lou Scheimer - Producer
- Jeff Michael - Composer
Voice cast Edit
- Howard Morris as Frankie, Wolfie, Dr. Jekyll, Hauntleroy and Mummy
- Larry Storch as Drac, Ratso and Ghoulihand
- Jane Webb as Sabrina Spellman, Hagatha, and Bella La Ghostly
- Larry D. Mann as Dr. Hyde, Boneapart and Batso
- Dallas McKennon as additional voices
- John Erwin as additional voices
Notes & Trivia Edit
- This episode is alternatively known by the title "When I Grow Up".
- Groovie Goolies: When I Grow Up redirects to this page.
- Producer and co-creator Norm Prescott is also the composer of the Groovie Goolies theme song. He is credited as Jeff Michael in this capacity.
- Production manager Rock Benedetto is credited as Rock Benedict in this episode.
- Art assistant George E. Carey is credited as George Carey in this episode.
- Storyboard artist Michael O'Connor is credited as Mike O'Connor in this episode.
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