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Colonel Bleep was the first color cartoon series made for television. It was created and written by Robert D. Buchanan, and was animated by Soundac of Miam(some sources have Joseph Barbera with a hand in its creation as well, although his contribution was short-lived before he rejoined William Hanna to form Hanna-Barbera). The show was originally syndicated in 1957 as a segment on Uncle Bill's TV Club. 104 episodes, of varying length of between three and six minutes each, were produced. Of these episodes, slightly more than one-third are known to survive today.

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Episode 7

Episode 2


Episode 5


Episode 8

Episode 3


Episode 6


Episode 9

Episode 10


Episode 13


Episode 16

Episode 11


Episode 14


Episode 17

Episode 12


Episode 15


Episode 18

Episode 19


Episode 22

Episode 20


Episode 23

Episode 21


Episode 24

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