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|It Started on Yancy Street|
Fantastic Four communicate with the Watcher's thought projection.
|Premiere date:||October 21, 1967|
|Writers:||Phil Hahn and Jack Hanrahan|
|Directors:||William Hanna and Joseph Barbera|
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"It Started on Yancy Street" is the seventh episode of Fantastic Four season one. It aired on October 21, 1967 on ABC. It was produced and directed by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera, co-founders of Hanna-Barbera Productions.
The Red Ghost returns to trick the Fantastic Four into believing they are wanted by the Thing's old rival street gang, when he scoops them up and dumps them on the moon as payback.
In order of appearance:
- Red Ghost's rocket ship
The score was composed by Ted Nichols.
Behind the scenes
- Despite being the Watcher's first appearance on-screen, Reed acts like he already knows him.
In other languages
- Warner Bros. own the show, while Disney own the characters, making it difficult to release this episode onto DVD.