Galaxy Trio (segments)

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This article is about the TV series. For the team itself, see Galaxy Trio.
Galaxy Trio
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Title card of the first episode.
Created by: Alex Toth
Network: NBC
Production company: Hanna-Barbera
Distributor: Taft Broadcasting
Original release: September 9, 1967January 20, 1968


Starring: Don Messick
Ted Cassidy
Virginia Eiler
Producer(s): William Hanna
Joseph Barbera
Music composed by: Ted Nichols
Writer(s): Neal Barbera
Phil Hahn
Jack Hanrahan
Director(s): William Hanna
Joseph Barbera

Galaxy Trio is an American animated superhero action series of segments as part of Birdman and the Galaxy Trio, produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions for NBC's Saturday morning programming. It ran from 1967 and 1968, airing 20 episodes that spanned one season.

A trio of alien superheroes patrol space in search of criminals.

The entire series has been released on DVD.

Production

Development

Music

The music was composed by Ted Nichols.

Episodes

Episode Number Air date
"Revolt of the Robots" 1x01 September 9, 1967
"The Battle of the Aquatrons" 1x02 September 16, 1967
"Galaxy Trio Versus the Moltens of Meteorus" 1x03 September 23, 1967
"Galaxy Trio and the Sleeping Planet" 1x04 September 30, 1968
"Galaxy Trio and the Peril of the Prison Planet" 1x05 October 7, 1967
"Drakmore, the Despot" 1x06 October 14, 1967
"Titan, the Titanium Man" 1x07 October 21, 1967
"The Duplitrons" 1x08 October 28, 1967
"Computron Lives" 1x09 November 4, 1967
"The Eye of Time" 1x10 November 11, 1967
"Galaxy Trio and the Cave Men of Primevia" 1x11 November 18, 1967
"The Demon Raiders" 1x12 November 25, 1967
"The Rock Men" 1x13 December 2, 1967
"Space Fugitives" 1x14 December 9, 1967
"Space Slaves" 1x15 December 16, 1967
"Galaxy Trio Versus Growliath" 1x16 December 23, 1967
"Return to Aqueous" 1x17 December 30, 1967
"Invasion of the Sporoids" 1x18 January 6, 1968
"Gralik of Gravitas" 1x19 January 13, 1968
"Plastus, the Pirate Planet" 1x20 January 20, 1968

Cast

Legacy

References