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Western Animation: Around the World in 80 Days
Good show, Passepartout!

Around The World In Eighty Days is an Australian 16 episode cartoon show produced in 1972 and a loose adaptation of Jules Verne's novel of the same name.

Phileas Fogg wants to marry the lovely Belinda Maze, niece to the unscrupulous Lord Maze. Maze makes a wager with Fogg that if Fogg can go around the world in eighty days, he may marry Belinda (with 50,000 thrown in as a sweetener - "It's a bet!"). Fogg, along with his companion Passepartout and his pet monkey Toto, sets out to do so. Lord Maze, seeking to win the bet, sends a hired thug named Fix to prevent Fogg from reaching his goal.

Notable for being the first Australian cartoon shown on U.S. network TV.

Compare with its Spiritual Successor, Around the World with Willy Fog.

Tropes in this series include:


Good show, Passepartout!
Angry BoysAustralian Television ShowsThe Aunty Jack Show
The Amazing Chan and the Chan ClanShort RunnersBaby Blues
Archies TV FunniesWestern Animation of the 1970sThe Brady Kids
Argai: The ProphecyWestern AnimationAround the World with Willy Fog

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