Ah, yes; “Catch-22”, Working Daze style.
Yeah, really. All we need now to make it complete is Rod Serling.
You got that right!
I watched that cartoon when I was a kid, and I own it on DVD now. Chan was voiced by Keye Luke, who played Number One Son Lee Chan in the Chan films starring Warner Oland. Keye Luke remains the only Asian actor to ever play Chan in any media.
Charlie Chan is a brilliant Chinese detective created by Earl Derr Biggers. The Chan novels were very popular, and Hollywood made a series of motion pictures in the 1930’s and 1940’s featuring Chan, first at Fox Studios and then later at Monogram. He was the first Asian character in the movies who was not a villain or a servant.
Agreed. And it’s one of the better entries in the series, as well.
My mother never let her children show out in a store. We were expected to behave ourselves, and we did.
“Resistance is futile”.
I read “Dondi” back in the early 1970’s.
Darn, you beat me to it!