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CT Masks is an animated children's television series produced by Melvin Comics Animation and Charles Hill Productions. The series debuted on CBS in the United States on September 8, 1973.

Plot

CT Masks follows three 26-year-olds, Colin, Abgail, and Gerorge, who lead relatively normal lives by night, where they are neighbours, classmates, and friends. However, at day, they become Dogboy, Frogette, and Lizard, and fight crime as the CT Masks, a superhero team. Together they go on adventures, defeat criminals, solve mysteries, and learn valuable lessons.

Characters

Heroes

  • Colin/Dogboy (voiced by Harrison Ford)
  • Abigail/Frogette (voiced by Janet Waldo)
  • George/Lizard (voiced by Mark Hamill)
  • CT Robot (voiced by Scatman Crothers)

Villains

  • Ringo (voiced by Frank Welker)
  • Day Ninja (voiced by Don Messick)
  • Leon Boy (voiced by David Jason)
  • Robot (voiced by Allan Melvin)
  • Robette (voiced by Bob Holt)
  • Ninjalinos (voiced by Mel Blanc, Alan Oppenheimer and John Stephenson)
  • Moths (voiced by Stan Freberg and Howard Morris)
  • Walter, Wanda, and Walton (voiced by Daws Butler, Jean Vander Pyl, and Mel Blanc)

Recurring

  • Announcer (voiced by Michael Palin)
  • Master Bing (voiced by Daws Butler)
  • Connor/Connordillo (voiced by Casey Kasem)
  • Dylan/Power Pup (voiced by Lennie Weinrib)
  • Catrina/Catlady (voiced by Kathy Gori)
  • The Sun Spirit (voiced by Jean Vander Pyl)

Episodes

Credits

  • Animation: Ron Campbell, George Cannata, Ed DeMattia, Izzy Ellis, Jack Foster, Harold Foster, Alan Green, Bob Hathcock, Carlo Vinci, Frank Andrina, Ed Beck, Oliver Callahan, Lars Calonius, Steve Clark, Jerry Hathcock, Bill Keil, Hicks Lokey, Marija Miletic Dail, Vive Risto
  • Voices: Mark Hamill, Harrison Ford, Janet Waldo, Howard Morris, Stan Freberg, Mel Blanc, Daws Butler, Alan Oppenheimer, John Stephenson, Frank Welker, Don Messick, David Jason, Lennie Weinrib, Michael Palin, Casey Kasem, Allan Melvin, Bob Holt, Scatman Crothers, Kathy Gori, and Jean Vander Pyl
  • Story: Fred S. Fox, David P. Harmon, Seaman Jacobs, William Raynor, Gene Thompson, Myles Wilder
  • Story Direction: Bill Carney, George Dane, Earl Klein, Howard Swift, Dan Mills, Dan Noonan, Jay Sarbry, Don Sheppard, Paul Sommer, Larz Bourne
  • Layout: Willie Ito, Greg Nocon, Lan Larsen, Jack Manning, Earl Martin, David Hanan, Dick Bickenbach
  • Background Styling: Fred Michaelson, Lorraine Marue
  • Backgrounds: Richard Grandmain, Gino Giudice, Ronald Erickson
  • Negative Consultant: Laura Charles
  • Associate Producer: Alex Scott
  • Production Design: Izzy Takamoto
  • Production Supervisor: Ken Peterson
  • Character Design: Jerry Eisenberg
  • Titles: Bill Lynn
  • Music Score: George Rogers
  • Music Supervisor: Ray Schaffer
  • Technical Supervisor: Yoram Garling
  • Ink & Paint Supervisor: Warren Johnson
  • Xerography: Richard "Terry" Wallace
  • Sound Direction: C.O. Stevens, Robert Crissman
  • Music Editor: Emery Kennethson
  • Camera: Dennis Weaver, Nigel Stanchfield, Roy Willis, Tom Barnes
  • Film Editing: Roy Tanner, Peter Tanner
  • Post Production Supervisor: Terry Musker
  • Effects Editors: Harry Thomas, Harold J. Scott
  • Written by Bruce Thompson
  • Produced by Barry Charles and Michael Hill
  • Directed by Charles A. Nelson
  • In Charge of Production: Dickie Bamber
  • Executive Producers: Graham Collingwood and John Hathcock
  • Produced by Melvin Comics Animation in association with Charles Hill Productions
  • (C) 1973 Melvin Comics Animation All Rights Reserved
  • This picture made under the jurisdiction of IATSE-IA, Affiliated with A.F.L.-C.I.O.-C.L.C.
  • RCA Sound Recording
  • a charles hill production
  • a division of cardona company