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Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels

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Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels
Created byJoe Ruby
Ken Spears
Directed byCharles A. Nichols
Ray Patterson (1978–80)
Carl Urbano (1978–80)
Voices ofMel Blanc
Laurel Page
Marilyn Schreffler
Vernee Watson
Narrated byGary Owens
Theme music composerHoyt Curtin
Ending themeCB Bears theme (standalone version only)
ComposerHoyt Curtin
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
No. of series3
No. of episodes20 (40 segments)
Executive producersWilliam Hanna
Joseph Barbera
ProducersIwao Takamoto
Don Jurwich (1978)
Alex Lovy (1978)
Art Scott (1978)
Running time22 minutes (11 min per segment)
Production companyHanna-Barbera Productions
Original networkABC
Original releaseSeptember 10, 1977 (1977-09-10) –
June 21, 1980 (1980-06-21)

Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels is an American animated mystery comedy series created by Joe Ruby and Ken Spears and produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions for ABC. The series aired during the network's Saturday morning schedule from September 10, 1977, to June 21, 1980.[1] All 40 episodes are available on the Boomerang subscription app.

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The series follows the mystery-solving adventures of the Teen Angels—Brenda, Dee Dee and Taffy—and their friend Captain Caveman (or Cavey for short), a prehistoric caveman and superhero whom the girls discovered and thawed from a block of ice. The concept and general plot for the show was seen as a parody of Charlie's Angels (which also aired on ABC).[2] The show also borrowed heavily from other Hanna-Barbera shows such as Wacky Races, Scooby-Doo and The Flintstones.[3]

Captain Caveman's powers include super-strength, a variety of useful objects hidden inside his hair, and a club that allows him to fly and from which pop out different tools he uses to fight crime. His trademark is his battle cry of "Captain CAAAAAVEMAAAAAAANNNN!" Captain Caveman's voice was provided by Mel Blanc.[4]

A total of forty 11-minute episodes ran for three seasons from 1977 to 1980: sixteen episodes were produced as segments of Scooby's All-Star Laff-A-Lympics in 1977, eight episodes were produced as segments of Scooby's All-Stars in 1978 and sixteen episodes were produced in 1980 when Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels were given their own half-hour show which combined new episodes and reruns from 1977 to 1978. Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels also participated in sporting competitions as part of "The Scooby Doobies" team on the half-hour Laff-A-Lympics segment. Like many animated series created by Hanna-Barbera in the 1970s, the show contained a laugh track, one of the last Hanna-Barbera productions to do so.


The series features the following four main characters throughout its run:

  • Captain Caveman, or "Cavey" for short (voiced by Mel Blanc), is the protagonist of the show, billed as "the world's first superhero." He is a caveman who is millennia old (his exact age is never disclosed, although in an episode he is carded by a doorman who is unsure Cavey is old enough to let in, to which Captain Caveman responds, "I'll be 2 million next month."). He can pull various objects from his long body hair that covers his body except for his nose, arms, and legs. He can also fly, but his flying power always seems to fail him at the worst possible moment. Sometimes he would attribute this mishap to an energy shortage ("Uh oh! Bad time for energy crisis." CRASH!), which was a reference to the gasoline rationing shortages of the late 1970s. He speaks in stereotypical "caveman-talk", replacing subject pronouns with their object equivalents and dropping articles such as "the" (for example, "Me know where bad guys are hiding."), and often mumbles the nonsense phrase "unga bunga". He also has a bad habit of occasionally eating large non-food objects in one gulp (e.g. bicycles, TV sets, safes, table lamps), and the Teen Angels occasionally have to stop him from eating potential clues that will help them to solve the mystery. Despite this, Cavey is ultimately loyal to them and he is very capable capturing culprits.
  • Dee Dee Skyes (voiced by Vernee Watson) is the brains of the Teen Angels and acts as their unofficial leader. Dee Dee and the rest of the Teen Angels found the frozen Captain Caveman and defrosted him. She wears her hair in an afro and usually wears a red turtleneck sweater with a blue skirt and red knee high boots. Both her dress style and her knack for solving mysteries make her similar to Velma Dinkley of Scooby-Doo fame, while she also bears a resemblance to Valerie from Josie and the Pussycats. She is misidentified as Brenda in the opening credits.[citation needed] Though some sources give the family name of both Dee Dee and her uncle Frank as "Sykes", their name is given as "Skyes" in the episode "The Fur Freight Fright", which featured Frank and his company "Skye's Furs". Her adaptation in the 2020 film Scoob! as Blue Falcon's assistant (voiced by Kiersey Clemons) also introduced herself as Dee Dee Skyes, and she is listed as such in the closing credits.
  • Brenda Chance (voiced by Marilyn Schreffler) is a nervous brunette who is always scared of the demons, monsters and phantoms that she encounters and always tries to back out of a scary mystery similar to that of Shaggy Rogers, but always ends up getting captured or the short end of the stick. She wears a purple striped tank top and a pair of hot pink flared trousers with a white belt. She also acts as Dee Dee's sergeant of the Teen Angels. She is misidentified as Dee Dee in the opening credits.
  • Taffy Dare (voiced by Laurel Page) is the blonde member of the group, renowned for her cry of "Zowie!" whenever she comes up with a plan (or "Another Daffy Taffy Plan" as Brenda and Cavey would call it) to catch the culprits, has a distinct, flirtatious, childlike persona and a New York-influenced/Southern accent. In spite of her usually zany plans and ditziness, Taffy is actually very capable and clever. She has the ability to seduce Caveman into acting as bait for her plans to capture the culprit. She wears a green dress with matching shoes. She also acts as Dee Dee's second-in-command of the Teen Angels. It is revealed that Captain Caveman has a crush on her and vice versa.

Opening and closing credits

The opening credits for each episode consisted of voice-over narration by Gary Owens:

Set free by the Teen Angels from his prehistoric block of glacier ice, comes the world's first superhero, Captain Caveman! Now the constant companion to the Teen Angels—Brenda, Dee Dee and Taffy—in their hilarious, and sometimes scary mystery missions. Get ready for Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels!

The music heard in the closing credits is the CB Bears theme. After the first three screens, the end credit roll is from the original two-hour version of Scooby's All-Star Laff-A-Lympics.

Broadcast history

Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels was broadcast in these following formats on ABC:

  • Scooby's All-Star Laff-A-Lympics (September 10, 1977 – September 2, 1978, ABC Saturday)
  • Scooby's All-Stars (September 9, 1978 – September 8, 1979, ABC Saturday)
  • Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels (March 8, 1980 – June 21, 1980, ABC Saturday)

Broadcast schedules (all EDT):

  • September 10, 1977 – July 1978, ABC Saturday 9:00-11:00 a.m.
  • July 1978 – September 2, 1978, ABC Saturday 9:30-11:30 a.m.
  • September 9, 1978 – November 1978, ABC Saturday 10:00-11:30 a.m.
  • November 1978 – May 1979, ABC Saturday 8:00-9:30 a.m.
  • May 1979 – September 8, 1979, ABC Saturday 8:30-10:00 a.m.
  • March 8, 1980 – June 21, 1980, ABC Saturday 11:30-12:00 noon


Season 1 – Scooby's All Star Laff-A-Lympics (1977)

Ep Title Original air date
1a1"The Kooky Case of the Cryptic Keys"September 10, 1977 (1977-09-10)
While on a road trip, Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels are given a mysterious key by a stranger.
1b2"The Mixed Up Mystery of Deadman's Reef"September 17, 1977 (1977-09-17)
While at the beach with some friends, Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels see a ship mysteriously vanish.
2a3"What a Flight for a Fright"September 24, 1977 (1977-09-24)
At the airport, some jewels are stolen by a mysterious figure.
2b4"The Creepy Case of the Creaky Charter Boat"October 1, 1977 (1977-10-01)
On a charter boat, Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels are chatting with a friend whose father is being honored for his role in a play when suddenly the lights go out and a necklace is stolen.
3a5"Big Scare in the Big Top"October 8, 1977 (1977-10-08)
At the circus, tigers are disappearing. Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels investigate and discover a phantom has been haunting the circus.
3b6"Double Dribble Riddle"October 15, 1977 (1977-10-15)
The Central City Kings have disappeared due to a panther.
4a7"The Crazy Case of the Tell-Tale Tape"October 22, 1977 (1977-10-22)
Television trouble, indeed. The television station, KXXX, is taken off the air when a criminal cuts the antenna.
4b8"The Creepy Claw Caper"October 29, 1977 (1977-10-29)
A villain named Claw uses an aging gun to turn a rock star into an old man.
5a9"Cavey and the Kabuta Clue"November 5, 1977 (1977-11-05)
When a mummy comes to life and kidnaps an archeologist, Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels investigate.
5b10"Cavey and the Weirdo Wolfman"November 12, 1977 (1977-11-12)
With their friend, a prince of a small country, Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels go skiing. When the scepter is stolen by a Snowwolfman, they investigate.
6a11"The Disappearing Elephant Mystery"November 19, 1977 (1977-11-19)
In India, when a Royal White Elephant is stolen by an evil sorcerer, Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels investigate.
6b12"The Fur Freight Fright"November 26, 1977 (1977-11-26)
Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels are assisting Dee Dee's uncle, Frank Skyes, with a fur delivery. When the furs disappear, it is up to them to find out what happened.
7a13"Ride 'Em Caveman"December 3, 1977 (1977-12-03)
In Wyoming, rumors of a horse that is possessed by a demon are rampant. And they seem to be true. Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels have arrived to investigate. Just as they are investigating, a bank robbery occurs.
7b14"The Strange Case of the Creature from Space"December 10, 1977 (1977-12-10)
Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels go to a research facility after they spot an alien spacecraft landing there. They discover that an alien robot supposedly stole a top secret energy source.
8a15"The Mystery Mansion Mix-Up"December 17, 1977 (1977-12-17)
Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels got to Farthington Mansion with Taffy's Aunt Gladys to see a magic show. When some jewels are stolen, Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels investigate.
8b16"Playing Footsie with Bigfoot"December 24, 1977 (1977-12-24)
In Oregon, when the star athlete of a sports team is kidnapped, Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels investigate. Very soon, they have found Juice Brenner. Or have they? He is acting strangely.

Season 2 – Scooby's All Stars (1978)

Ep Title Original air date
9a1"Disco Cavey"September 9, 1978 (1978-09-09)
When jewels are stolen at a disco on the RMS Queen Mary, Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels investigate. The creepy monster seems to have the Teen Angels outfoxed.
9b2"Muscle-Bound Cavey"September 16, 1978 (1978-09-16)
When a champion wrestler is kidnapped, Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels investigate.
10a3"Cavey's Crazy Car Caper"September 23, 1978 (1978-09-23)
When a new car is stolen, Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels investigate.
10b4"Cavey's Mexicali 500"September 30, 1978 (1978-09-30)
When four Aztec calendars are stolen, Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels decide to investigate.
11a5"Wild West Cavey"October 7, 1978 (1978-10-07)
While at a Wild West show in Dodge City, some money disappears from a saddle bag that two bandits who were really actors pretended to steal from a stagecoach that Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels were riding.
11b6"Cavey's Winter Carnival Caper"October 14, 1978 (1978-10-14)
Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels investigate when their friend, figure skater Karenia Mikovich, disappears.
12a7"Cavey's Fashion Fiasco"October 21, 1978 (1978-10-21)
At a fashion show, three models disappear.
12b8"Cavey's Missing Missile Miss-tery"October 28, 1978 (1978-10-28)
Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels decide to investigate when a missile launch they have been watching in the Grand Canyon, where they had previously competed in the Laff-A-Lympics, goes awry.

Season 3 (1980)

Ep Title Original air date
13a1"The Scarifying Seaweed Secret"March 8, 1980 (1980-03-08)
Ms. Snowden is supposed to be the heir to a fortune. But she must stay on the island, or her relatives will inherit the fortune. Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels are called in to investigate when the relatives start disappearing thanks to a mysterious sea creature.
13b2"The Dummy"March 15, 1980 (1980-03-15)
When some jewels are stolen, a ventriloquist whom Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels had been watching the night before is immediately suspected by a policeman.
14a3"Cavey and the Volcanic Villain"March 22, 1980 (1980-03-22)
In Hawaii, a marriage between two lovers from two families who had been enemies for many years is threatened when a sacred pearl disappears. Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels, who are friends with the bride, investigate.
14b4"Prehistoric Panic"March 29, 1980 (1980-03-29)
Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels travel back in time to meet Captain Caveman's father, the chief of Cavey's tribe. Cavey soon learns that his father's position is threatened by the Mellog, an evil creature that Captain Caveman's father defeated long ago. Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels investigate when the statue of the Mellog comes to life.
15a5"Cavey and the Baffling Buffalo Man"April 5, 1980 (1980-04-05)
A Native American park ranger asks Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels for their help in finding his stolen car and the Buffalo Man who stole it.
15b6"Dragonhead"April 12, 1980 (1980-04-12)
While on the way to a Chinese New Year festival in San Francisco, Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels save a truck driver working for a fortune cookie factory. The CEO, Mr. Chin, has been having problems with his business since a masked criminal named Dragonhead showed up. Captain Caveman finds the truck. They notice that the fortune cookies were stolen but not the fortunes. Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels investigate.
16a7"Cavey and the Murky Mississippi Mystery"April 19, 1980 (1980-04-19)
Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels go on a cruise on a riverboat on the Mississippi River. While there, some nuclear material disappears in the river. Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels investigate and discover a river creature.
16b8"Old Cavey in New York"April 26, 1980 (1980-04-26)
In New York City, Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels witness a blackout. They soon discover that the gold from the International Gold Exchange has been stolen at the same time.
17a9"Cavey and the Albino Rhino"May 3, 1980 (1980-05-03)
Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels are the first people to see a rare albino rhino at the wildlife park. A little while later, the albino rhino is stolen.
17b10"Kentucky Cavey"May 10, 1980 (1980-05-10)
Taffy Dare wants to help her uncle who is on the verge of a foreclosure unless his horse wins the Kentucky Derby. When the horse is stolen, Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels investigate.
18a11"Cavey Goes to College"May 17, 1980 (1980-05-17)
Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels watch the first appearance of a special robot which suddenly disappears.
18b12"The Haunting of Hog's Hollow"May 24, 1980 (1980-05-24)
At the Hog Hollow Country Fair, something is wrong with country music singer Jasper Joe Jeeter's voice. Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels investigate when Jasper disappears on a ferris wheel.
19a13"The Legend of Devil's Run"May 31, 1980 (1980-05-31)
Dee Dee's uncle, Winton, invites Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels to see the reopening of the Devil's Run Railway when a freight car full of silver disappears the same way a munitions car disappeared during the Civil War. Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels investigate and find out that the legend of the Civil War ghost said to have pulled off the robbery.
19b14"The Mystery of the Meandering Mummy"June 7, 1980 (1980-06-07)
When a mummy comes to life and steals an Ancient Egyptian ruby from Brenda's uncle, Jonathan, Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels investigate.
20a15"The Old Caveman and the Sea"June 14, 1980 (1980-06-14)
While on vacation in Miami, Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels witness a shark attack. They soon discover that a treasure has been stolen. Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels investigate.
20b16"Lights, Camera... Cavey!"June 21, 1980 (1980-06-21)
While on a tour of the movie studio, a Phantom makes two actresses appear old. Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels investigate.


Later appearances

The Flintstone Comedy Show (1980–82)

In November 1980, Captain Caveman began to star in segments of his own on The Flintstone Comedy Show, one of many spin-offs of Hanna-Barbera's popular prime-time show The Flintstones, often in a role similar to that of Superman. Captain Caveman worked at The Daily Granite newspaper with Wilma Flintstone and Betty Rubble. His "secret identity" was Chester the office boy. To disguise himself as Chester, Captain Caveman wore a pair of glasses and a tie. Despite the simplicity of his disguise, he required a coat rack and an elaborate transformation sequence to become Captain Caveman.

The Flintstone Kids (1986–88)

In 1986, Captain Caveman appeared in a backup segment of The Flintstone Kids called Captain Caveman and Son with his son Cavey Jr. (voiced by Charlie Adler). In this case he appeared on a show-within-a-show that the younger versions of Fred, Barney, Wilma, and Betty enjoyed watching; the Captain's mumbled "unga bunga" became a catchphrase that the kids would shout before watching each "episode" of the show. The show would involve a lesson the Flintstone kids were trying to learn in the prologue. The whole "secret identity" idea was also ignored or forgotten.

Hanna-Barbera Cinematic Universe

Captain Caveman and Dee Dee Skyes appeared in the animated Scooby-Doo film Scoob! with Captain Caveman voiced by Tracy Morgan and Dee Dee voiced by Kiersey Clemons.[5][6] Dee Dee appears as the pilot of the Falcon Fury and assistant of the Blue Falcon. Captain Caveman is an inhabitant of a prehistoric ecosystem under Messick Mountain and part of a tribe with long body hair like him and is capable of speaking proper English.

Captain Caveman appears in the 2021 film Space Jam: A New Legacy. His design is the same from Scoob! Captain Caveman is seen watching the basketball game between the Tune Squad and the Goon Squad while swinging from the overhead power line that Magilla Gorilla was riding his unicycle on.

Other appearances

Comic books

  • Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels appeared in all 13 issues of Laff-A-Lympics (Marvel Comics, 1978–79) as members of the Scooby Doobies.
  • Cavey and the Angels appeared in the first issue of the short-lived Hanna-Barbera TV Stars (Marvel, August 1978).[10]
  • Cavey and the Angels team up with Mystery, Inc. in Scooby-Doo #9 (Marvel, February 1979).[11]
  • In 2018, Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels (excluding Brenda) appeared in a backup story in the DC comic Aquaman/Jabberjaw Special #1.[12] In this story, the wizard Shazam transports the powerful hominid from prehistoric times to the present to settle an argument with the Spectre about whether heroism is strictly a trait of modern man or early man.

Production credits

  • Executive Producers: Joseph Barbera and William Hanna
  • Producers: Don Jurwich, Alex Lovy, Art Scott
  • Director: Charles A. Nichols, Ray Patterson, Carl Urbano
  • Creative Producer: Iwao Takamoto
  • Created by: Joe Ruby and Ken Spears
  • Associate Producers: Alex Lovy, Lew Marshall, Art Scott
  • Story Editors: Andy Heyward, Tom Dagenais, Norman Maurer, Ray Parker, Duane Poole, Dick Robbins, Joe Ruby, Ken Spears
  • Story: Neal Barbera, Larz Bourne, Bill Butler, Tom Dagenais, Earl Doud, Fred Freiberger, Donald Glut, Andy Heyward, Dave Ketchum, Larry Markes, Jack Mendelsohn, Duane Poole, Dalton Sandifer, John Strong, Paul West, Neal Barbera, Bob Ogle, Joan Maurer, Michael Maurer, Chuck Couch, Howard Post, Lee Davenport, Paul Pumpian, Orville Hampton, Kimmer Ringwald, Mark Jones, Jeffrey Scott, Joan Maurer, Susan Misty Stewart, Ruth Filppen, Bill Lutz, Lee Orgel, Deirdre Starlight, Gene Thompson, Harry Winkler, Jameson Brewer
  • Story Direction: Bill Ackerman, Alvaro Arce, John Bruno, Ron Campbell, Steve Clark, Bob Dranko, Carl Fallberg, David Hanan, Cullen Houghtaling, Jan Green, Mike Kawaguchi, Tom Knowles, Michael O'Connor, Tom Patton, Don Sheppard, Bob Singer, George Singer, Paul Sommer, Irv Spector, Howard Swift, Wendel Washer, Kay Wright
  • Recording Directors: Wally Burr, Alex Lovy, Art Scott
  • Voices: Marlene Aragon, John Astin, Mel Blanc, Richard Blackburn, Michael Bell, Julie Bennett, Joe Besser, Daws Butler, Bill Callaway, Ted Cassidy, Stefanianna Christopherson, Henry Corden, Jackie Coogan, Regis Cordic, Scatman Crothers, Jeff David, Robert Denison, Micky Dolenz, Al Fann, Ron Feinberg, Joan Gerber, Virginia Gregg, Florence Halop, Pat Harrington, Hilly Hicks, Hettie Lynn Hurtes, Linda Hutson, Nicole Jaffe, Ralph James, Ann Jillian, Carolyn Jones, Casey Kasem, Ted Knight, Billy Lester, Mario Machado, Jim MacGeorge, Chuck McCann, Larry McCormick, Julie McWhirter, Shirley Mitchell, Allan Melvin, Don Messick, Heather North, Alan Oppenheimer, Bill Overton, Gary Owens, Laurel Page, Vic Perrin, Barney Phillips, Cindy Putnam, Richard Ramos, Alan Reed, Barry Richards, Bob Ridgely, Mike Road, George A. Robertson, Jr., Michael Rye, Marilyn Schreffler, Ronnie Schell, Hal Smith, Olan Soule, John Stephenson, Susan Steward, Michael Stull, Pat Stevens, Alexis Tramunti, Vincent Van Patten, Jean Vander Pyl, Janet Waldo, John Vernon, Vernee Watson, Frank Welker, Lennie Weinrib, Bill Woodson
  • Title Design: Bill Pérez
  • Graphics: Iraj Paran, Tom Wogatzke
  • Musical Directors: Hoyt Curtin, Ted Nichols
  • Musical Supervisors: Paul DeKorte, La-La Productions
  • Character Designers: Steve Nakagawa, Lew Ott, Bob Singer, Alex Toth, Dick Ung, Don Ung, George Wheeler, Donna Zeller
  • Key Layouts: Larry Huber, Warren Marshall, Terry Morgan
  • Layout: Pete Alvarado, Hal Ambro, Álvaro Arce, Tom Bailey, Dale Barnhart, Lyle Beddes, Dick Bickenbach, John Bruno, Al Budnick, Nino Carbe, Todd Curtis, Charlie Downs, Chuck Downs, David Elvin, Owen Fitzgerald, Hak Fico, Owen Fitzgerald, Jim Fletcher, Bob Foster, Rene Garcia, Drew Gentle, Moe Gollub, Rick Gonzáles, George Goode, Paul Gruwell, C.L. Hartman, Kirk Henderson, Gary Hoffman, Jack Huber, Larry Huber, Alex Ignatiev, Ray Jacobs, Homer Jonas, Bill Lignante, Warren Marshall, Jim Mueller, Dan Noonan, Lance Noonan, Floyd Norman, Lew Ott, Greg Reyna, Tom Roth, Keith Sargent, Glenn Schmitz, Peter See, Terry Slade, Roy Smith, Martin Taras, Toby, John Tucker, Mario Uribe, Wendell Washer, John Walker, George Wheeler, Al Wilson, Grant Wilson, Ilych Yamov
  • Unit Director: Ray Patterson
  • Animation Supervisors: Peter Aries, Bill Keil, Jay Sarbry, Tony Guy, Don Patterson, Mark Glamack
  • Assistant Animation Supervisor: Bob Goe
  • Animation Coordination: John Boersema, David Thwaytes
  • Animation Direction: Maurice Pooley
  • Animation: Ray Abrams, Ed Aardal, Carlos Alfonso, Frank Andrina, Ed Barge, Tom Barnes, Bob Bemiller, Bob Bransford, Oliver Callahan, George Cannata, Bob Carr, Rudy Cataldi, Steve Clark, Jesse Cosio, Bill Carney, Marija Dail, Jim Davis, Ed DeMattia, Joan Drake, Izzy Ellis, Lillian Evans, Marcia Fertig, Kenneth Gaebler, John Garling, Mark Glamack, Fernando González, Alan Green, Terry Harrison, Bob Hathcock, Bill Hutten, Volus Jones, Ray Kelley, Rick Leon, Hicks Lokey, Ernesto López, Ed Love, Tony Love, Ken Muse, Constantin Mustater, Frank Nakielski, Margaret Nichols, Eduardo Olivares, Joan Orbison, Ed Parks, Rod Parkes, Don Patterson, John Perkins, Bill Pratt, Anna Lois Ray, Tom Ray, Morey Reden, Phil Robertson, Joanna Romersa, George Rowley, Veve Rusto, Jay Sarby, Ed Soloman, Ivy Spence, Ken Southworth, Leo Sullivan, Dave Tendlar, Dick Thompson, Richard Trueblood, Carlo Vinci, Russell Von Neida, James Wang, James T. Walker, John Walker, Rosemary Welch, Muise Williams, Allen Wilzbach
  • Background Supervisor: Al Gmuer
  • Backgrounds: Deborah Akers, Kathleen Alfaro, Fernando Arce, Daniela Bielecka, Jim Coleman, Dennis Durrell, Martin Forte, Bob Gentle, David High, Michael Humphaies, Jimmy Johns, Alison Julian, Richard Khim, Gary Niblett, Rolly Oliva, Walter Peregoy, Andy Phillipson, Bill Procter, Michael Reinman, Jeff Richards, Jeff Riche, Craig Robertson, Gary Selvecchio, Marilyn Shimokochi, Dick Thomas, Stephen Thompson, Peter Van Elk, Gloria Wood
  • Checking and Scene Planning: Evelyn Sherwood, Cindy Smith, Debbie Smith, Charlotte Finney
  • Xerography: Robert "Tiger" West, Star Wirth
  • Ink and Paint Supervisors: Roberta Groutert, Billie Kerns
  • Sound Direction: William Getty, Richard Olson
  • Camera: John Aardal, Reba Bement, Dick Blundell, George Epperson, Chuck Flekal, Curt Hall, Ron Jackson, Bill Kotler, Ralph Migliori, Frank Paiker, Cliff Shirpser, Jerry Smith, Terry Smith, Norman Stainback, Roy Wade, Dennis Weaver, Brandy Whittington, Jerry Whittington
  • Supervising Film Editors: Larry Cowan, Dick Elliott, Chip Yaras
  • Dubbing Supervisor: Pat Foley
  • Music Editors: W.R. Kowalchuck, Joe Sandusky, James Yaras
  • Show Editor: Gil Iverson
  • Film Editors: Richard Allen, Ted Baker, Earl Bennett, Tom Gleason, Milton Krear, Karla McGregor, Terry Moore, Joe Sandusky, Ron Sawade, David Stone, Greg Watson
  • Effects Editors: Tom Gleason, Scott Hecker, Milton Krear, Mark Mangini
  • Negative Consultant: William E. DeBoer
  • Production Manager: Jayne Barbera
  • Production Supervisor: Jerry Smith
  • Post Production Supervisor: Joed Eaton
  • A HANNA-BARBERA PRODUCTION. Hanna-Barbera Productions, Inc. ©MCMLXXVII-MCMLXXX All Rights Reserved.

Home media

United Kingdom VHS releases

VHS Title Release Date Episodes
The Flintstones Comedy Show (VC1084) 13 July 1987 "Dino's Girl", "A Rocks-Pox on You", "In Tune with Terror", "Punk Rock", "Rockjaw Rides Again"
The Flintstone Kids (VC1120) 7 November 1988 "The Flintstone Fake Ache", "Worldwar Flea", "I Was a Teenage Grown-Up", "Anything You Can Do I Can Do Betty", "Dressed Up Dino", "Day of the Villains", "Rocky's Rocky Road", "The Butcher Shoppe", "Grime and Punishment", "Better Buddy Blues", "Freddy's Mechanical Dog", "The Cream-Pier Strikes Back"
Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels: Bumper Edition (VA30711) 13 October 1997 "Playing Footsie with Bigfoot", "Cavey and the Volcanic Villain", "Prehistoric Panic", "Cavey and the Baffling Buffalo Man", "Old Cavey in New York", "Kentucky Cavey", "Cavey Goes to College", "The Old Caveman and the Sea", "Disco Cavey", "Musclebound Cavey", "Cavey's Crazy Car Caper", "Wild West Cavey", "The Dummy"


On July 23, 2013, Warner Archive Collection released Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels: The Complete Series on manufacture-on-demand (MOD) DVD in region 1 as part of their Hanna–Barbera Classics Collection.[13]


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