History WesternAnimation / TheJetsons

26th Jan '17 7:39:00 PM BatmanKalEl
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* RidiculouslyHumanRobots

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21st Jan '17 8:20:55 PM akaun6899
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* TagalongKid: Furgie Furbalow.

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** Also, the same clip of Jane saying "how nice" is heard twice.
* TagalongKid: Furgie Furbalow.Furbelow.
18th Jan '17 8:54:58 AM speedyboris
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* WebGames: A Flash-based game was released in 1998 on the Cartoon Network website: ''[[https://web.archive.org/web/19981202032056/http://www.cartoonnetwork.com/games/index.html Mealtime Malfunction]]''.

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* WebGames: A Two Flash-based game was games were released in 1998 on the Cartoon Network website: ''[[https://web.archive.org/web/19981202032056/http://www.cartoonnetwork.com/games/index.html Mealtime Malfunction]]''.Malfunction]]'' and ''[[https://archive.org/details/jetsons-space-race Jetsons Space Race]]''.
18th Jan '17 6:43:00 AM rafi
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* DyingMomentOfAwesome: A real life example as both George O'Hanlon (the voice of George) and Mel Blanc (the voice of Mr. Spacely) were both near the end of their lives making this the final movie of their careers. This is especially noticeable with George O'Hanlon who was getting so weak during the end of production that he could barely record his lines, [[{{Determinator}} but refused to give up before he finished this movie.]]
17th Jan '17 4:30:32 PM StFan
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Universal released an animated ''Jetsons'' feature film in 1990, complete with ConspicuousCG, a GreenAesop played out with a GangOfCritters, and reuniting nearly all of the original cast members save for '80s pop starlet Tiffany voicing Judy Jetson thanks to ExecutiveMeddling and Patric Zimmerman taking over for the late DawsButler as Elroy. The film also marked the last performance ever of noted voice artist MelBlanc (Mr. Spacely), who was still recording while in the hospital (as he had years before then), as well as George O' Hanlon (George), who by that point had to have the lines read and acted to him before recording (both passed away before completing the film and sound-alike Jeff Bergman filled in the few remaining scenes). The film was dedicated in memory of both men. This was also Penny Singleton's last film role, even though she would live another thirteen years.

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Universal released an animated ''Jetsons'' feature film in 1990, complete with ConspicuousCG, a GreenAesop played out with a GangOfCritters, and reuniting nearly all of the original cast members save for '80s pop starlet Tiffany voicing Judy Jetson thanks to ExecutiveMeddling and Patric Zimmerman taking over for the late DawsButler Creator/DawsButler as Elroy. The film also marked the last performance ever of noted voice artist MelBlanc (Mr. Spacely), who was still recording while in the hospital (as he had years before then), as well as George O' Hanlon (George), who by that point had to have the lines read and acted to him before recording (both passed away before completing the film and sound-alike Jeff Bergman filled in the few remaining scenes). The film was dedicated in memory of both men. This was also Penny Singleton's last film role, even though she would live another thirteen years.
13th Jan '17 11:09:43 AM BatmanKalEl
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* DyingMomentOfAwesome: A real life example as both George O'Hanlon (the voice of George) and Mel Blanc (the voice of Mr. Spacely) were both near the end of their lives making this the final movie of their careers. This is especially noticeable with George O'Hanlon who was getting so weak during the end of production that he could barely record his lines, [[{{Determinator}} but refused to give up before he finished this movie.]]
13th Jan '17 11:03:38 AM BatmanKalEl
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* DependingOnTheArtist (''Creator/ToeiAnimation''): Worked on the 3rd season, but did only 2 episodes in-house. The rest were outsourced to other (uncredited) studios. What follows is a list of the subcontractors the company used[[note]]Toei also worked on 2 episodes of season 2, ''Elroy in Wonderland'' and ''The Vacation'', both shipped off to Creator/DaiWon and were left uncredited in both instances[[/note]].
** ''Crime Games'': ''Creator/MagicBus''
** ''[=ASTROnomical I.Q.=]'': ''Creator/{{Madhouse}}''
** ''9 to 5 to 9'': In house
** ''Invisibly Yours, George'': ''Toei Animation Philippines''
** ''[=Father/Daughter Dance=]'': ''Madhouse''
** ''Clean as a Hound's Tooth'': ''Creator/AjiaDo''
** ''Wedding Bells for Rosie'': In house
** ''The Odd Pod'': ''Creator/StudioJunio''
** ''Two Many Georges'': ''Ajia-Do''
** ''Spacely for a Day'': ''Ajia-Do'', ''Creator/FlyingDragon''
9th Jan '17 11:31:09 AM dsneybuf
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The Jetsons stayed dormant for almost 30 years after the movie, until 2017. After Creator/WarnerBros released DirectToVideo {{Crossover}}s with other Hanna-Barbera characters and Wrestling/{{WWE}} Superstars, the Jetsons starred in ''The Jetsons & WWE: Robo-Wrestlemania''.
31st Dec '16 11:57:47 AM GreeneMachine92
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* RobotMaid: Rosie, who's iconic enough to also be the TropeImage.

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* RobotMaid: Rosie, who's iconic enough to also be the TropeImage.trope image.
31st Dec '16 11:56:50 AM GreeneMachine92
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* RobotMaid: Rosie.

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* RobotAthlete: The robots in "Robot Football".
* RobotMaid: Rosie.Rosie, who's iconic enough to also be the TropeImage.



* RobotAthlete: The robots in "Robot Football".
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