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not planed. TV Show was canceled.
Hong Kong Phooey is a 30-minute Saturday morning animated series produced byHanna-Barbera Productions and broadcast on ABC from September 7, 1974, to December 21, 1974. It was a parody of kung fu shows and movies of the time. The main character, Hong Kong Phooey himself, is the clownishly clumsy secret identity of Penrod "Penry" Pooch, working at a police station as a "mild-mannered" janitor under the glare of Sergeant Flint ("Sarge").
A stolen car ring is operating in town, and it's up to Hong Kong Phooey to break through the ring's sneaky secrets and stop them in their fiendish tracks.
A kangaroo helps Phooey capture a gang of animal thieves.
When a crook commands his robot to steal every safe in town, Hong Kong Phooey gives chase — resulting in a showdown in the crook's gym.
Phooey is sent to capture legendary pickpocket Fingers Fazoo.
This time cats are being stolen all over town, including Spot — and Grandma Goody is not what she seems, as Hong Kong Phooey finds out in a bubble-filled climax.
Two villainous criminals force the city to use candles so that they can build their very own wax museum.
Phooey is called to investigate a number of robberies from penthouse apartments.
Phooey enlists the help of Spot and a friendly octopus to stop a bank robbery.
Phooey is called to investigate a villain who can control electrical appliances.
A crazed clown-like criminal uses laughing gas to rob the senses of the guests attending high-society parties of a important mayor and Phooey must defeat the deranged lunatic before everyone dies laughing.
Phooey investigates a child-sized villain's plans to take over the town's sweet production.
Phooey is asked to track down a magician who disappeared from the police station.
Phooey attempts to sabotage plans by thieves to steal everyone's television sets.
Phooey tracks down a circus gang that's kidnapping horses.
Phooey investigates a number of robberies in a health salon.
Phooey is asked to participate in the filming of a bank robbery, unaware that it's real.
Phooey investigates how a mechanical claw is stealing gold from the National Bank.
An impostor starts to claim all of Phooey's rewards for fighting crime.
Phooey tracks down a snowman who's stealing equipment for a luxury ski resort.
Phooey is asked to capture an evil professor who has trained his pet bird to steal jewels from shop windows.
A villainous gang plans to raise the cost of fishing by stealing its competitor's fish.
Phooey tracks down a gang who want to rid the entire city of plants.
The villainous Rotten Rhymer plans to steal the nation's book collection.
Phooey is called to investigate a bogus money-making scheme.
The villainous Jim Shady plans to steal every railroad car in the country.
Phooey investigates the mysterious theft of jewels by people hiding in baker's food.
Phooey tracks down a super-villain who robs banks by using his tornado-strength lung power.
Phooey is called to track down a criminal who can disappear without a trace.
A villainous master of disguise uses his skills for a number of bank robberies.
An evil businessman terrorizes the town into buying his umbrellas.
Tin Nose, a conniving cowboy of crime, frames Hong Kong Phooey for the theft of a rare map to The Lost Dutchman Mine from a museum. It's up to Honcho, The Mystery Maverick, and Posse Impossible to help corral Tin Nose and clear Hong Kong's name.
Jean Vander Pyl(Rosemary the Telephone Operator)
Joe E. Ross (Sergeant Flint)
Scatman Crothers(Hong Kong Phooey)
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