The Roman Holidays
|The Roman Holidays|
On-screen title card.
|Original release:||September 9—December 2, 1972
|Music composed by:||Hoyt Curtin|
|Animation director(s):||Charles A. Nichols|
The Roman Holidays is an American animated sitcom TV series produced by Hanna-Barbera (H-B) for NBC's Saturday morning children's programming. It ran in 1972, airing 13 episodes that spanned one season.
In the Roman times of A.D. 63 lives the Holiday family, who have a lion as a pet. It it this lion that constantly risks the Holidays from getting evicted their apartment.
The entire series has been released on DVD.
|Title||Number||Original air date|
|"Double Date"||1x01||September 9, 1972|
|"The Lion's Share"||1x02||September 16, 1972|
|"Star for a Day"||1x03||September 23, 1972|
|"Hero-Sandwiched"||1x04||September 30, 1972|
|"The Big Split-Up"||1x05||October 7, 1972|
|"Hectic Holiday"||1x06||October 14, 1972|
|"Swich is Witch?"||1x07||October 21, 1972|
|"That's Show Biz"||1x08||October 28, 1972|
|"Double Dilemma"||1x09||November 4, 1972|
|"A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Chariot Wash"||1x10||November 11, 1972|
|"Buried Treasure"||1x11||November 18, 1972|
|"Cyrano De Happius"||1x12||November 25, 1972|
|"Father of the Year"||1x13||December 2, 1972|
- Dave Willock as Gus Holiday
- Shirley Mitchell as Laurie Holiday
- Stan Livingston as Happius Holiday
- Pam Ferdin as Precocia Holiday
- Daws Butler as Brutus
- Dom DeLuise as Mr. Evictus