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'''"Blastaar, the Living Bomb Burst"''' is the seventeenth episode of ''[[Fantastic Four (TV series)|Fantastic Four]]'' season one. It aired on January 6, 1968 on [[ABC]]. It was produced and directed by [[William Hanna]] and [[Joseph Barbera]], co-founders of [[Hanna-Barbera|Hanna-Barbera Productions]].
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'''"Blastaar, the Living Bomb Burst"''' is the sixteenth episode of ''[[Fantastic Four (TV series)|Fantastic Four]]'' season one. It aired on January 6, 1968 on [[ABC]]. It was produced and directed by [[William Hanna]] and [[Joseph Barbera]], co-founders of [[Hanna-Barbera|Hanna-Barbera Productions]].
  
  

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Blastaar, the Living Bomb Burst
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Premiere date: January 6, 1968
Writers: Phil Hahn and Jack Hanrahan
Directors: William Hanna and Joseph Barbera
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"Blastaar, the Living Bomb Burst" is the sixteenth episode of Fantastic Four season one. It aired on January 6, 1968 on ABC. It was produced and directed by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera, co-founders of Hanna-Barbera Productions.


Detailed summary

Memorable quotes

Characters

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In order of appearance:

Character Actor


Organizations

Locations

Objects

Vehicles

Production

Development

Filming

Music

The score was composed by Ted Nichols.

Behind the scenes

Errors

Critical reception

In other languages

Language Name Meaning

Home availability

  • Warner Bros. own the show, while Disney own the characters, making it difficult to release this episode onto DVD.

References