The Funky Phantom (1971– )

TV Series   |  TV-G   |    |  Animation, Family, Fantasy


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Three teenagers and the ghost of a patriot from the American Revolution set across the country to uphold justice and fight discrimination.

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6 February 2003 | koconnor-1
Cute but somewhat forgettable
A Scooby Doo clone - teenagers and a goofball sidekick with a gimmick travel the country tackling baffling mysteries and unmasking the bad guys. The difference here is that ghosts are real... as evidenced by the title character, Sir Muddlemore, a timid ghost who's afraid of his own shadow, and his sidekick kitty, "Boo". Muddlemore was voiced by Daws Butler, and his voice characterization is virtually indistinguishable from animation's own "Master Thespian", Snagglepuss ("Heavens to Mergatroid!").

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