Rubik, the Amazing Cube (1983–1984)

TV Series   |    |  Animation, Adventure, Family

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Four kids discover that their Rubik's cube is alive, and endowed with amazing powers. They befriend the cube, and they decide the best use for its powers is solving mysteries.


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13 March 2006 | esoj1211
Before there was Dora the Explorer...
There was Rubik's Cube. I am willing to bet this was the first U.S. English cartoon featuring a primarily Hispanic/Latino cast of characters. I don't remember much about the individual episodes but I knew that the people were Hispanic. The accents were sometimes annoying as heck, but the cartoon filled the time well, especially if the Smurfs were running a repeat story. Like any Toy gimmick cartoon it was three years past its freshness date and doomed to being cancelled after 13 episodes. Dora the Explorer seems to borrow a lot from Rubiks Cube, particularly because it relies on inanimate objects that will on occasion talk to people.


Release Date:

19 June 1983



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