Jetson család DVD 2016 The Jetsons / Hanna-Barbera Collection / 24 episodes / Full Season 1 - 24 episodes / Teljes első évad magyar szinkronnal / 4 dvd BOX
Jetson család DVD 2016 The Jetsons / Hanna-Barbera Collection / Full Season 1 - 24 episodes / 4 dvd BOX
REGION 2 PAL DVD
MADE IN HUNGARY
AUDIO: HUNGARIAN 1.0, ENGLISH 1.0, ITALIAN 1.0, SPANISH 1.0
SUBTITLES: HUNGARIAN, ENGLISH, SPANISH, DUTCH, GREEK, ITALIAN
TOTAL RUNTIME: 595 minutes
The Jetsons is an American animated sitcom produced by Hanna-Barbera, originally airing in primetime from September 23, 1962, to March 17, 1963, then later in syndication, with new episodes in 1985 to 1987 as part of The Funtastic World of Hanna-Barbera block. It was Hanna-Barbera's Space Age counterpart to The Flintstones.
While the Flintstones lived in a world which was a comical version of the "stone age", with machines powered by birds and dinosaurs, the Jetsons live in a comical version of the future, with elaborate robotic contraptions, aliens, holograms, and whimsical inventions. The original series comprised 24 episodes and aired on Sunday nights on ABC beginning September 23, 1962, with primetime reruns continuing through September 22, 1963. It debuted as the first program broadcast in color on ABC-TV. (Only a handful of ABC-TV stations were capable of broadcasting in color in the early 1960s.) In contrast, The Flintstones, while always produced in color, was broadcast in black-and-white for its first two seasons.
Following its primetime run, the show aired on Saturday mornings for decades, starting on ABC for the 1963–64 season and then on CBS and NBC. New episodes were produced for syndication from 1985 to 1987. No further specials or episodes of the show were produced after 1989 due to the deaths of stars George O'Hanlon and Mel Blanc. The 1990 film Jetsons: The Movie served as the series finale to the television show. 27 years later, a new direct-to-video animated movie, The Jetsons & WWE: Robo-WrestleMania!, was released in 2017.
- George Jetson – George O'Hanlon
- Jane Jetson – Penny Singleton
- Elroy Jetson – Daws Butler
- Judy Jetson – Janet Waldo
- Astro the Space Mutt/RUDI/Uniblab/Mac – Don Messick
- Rosie/Mrs. Spacely/Miss Galaxy – Jean Vander Pyl
- Cosmo Spacely – Mel Blanc
- Spencer Cogswell – Daws Butler
- Henry Orbit – Daws Butler (Howard Morris in a few early Season 1 episodes)
- Orbitty – Frank Welker
- DiDi – Selma Diamond (and Brenda Vaccaro after Diamond's death)
A Jetson család fülbemászó zenéje tökéletesen megragadja a sorozat könnyed hangvételét: a Frédi és Béni, a két kőkorszaki szaki futurisztikus párjaként a Jetson család a kor űrkorszaki optimizmusát tükrözte. Jetsonék voltak az első (nem csak rajzolt) família, akiknek széles képernyős házimozirendszerük volt - évtizedekkel azelőtt, hogy mindez valóság lett volna. De a sorozatban láthatunk repülő autókat, lebegő városokat és robotokat is - csupa olyasmit, ami nélkül ma már nem is létezhet valamirevaló sci-fi. A kedvelt sorozat most végre DVD-re is teleportálódott, és az első évad huszonnégy mulatságos epizódja mellé kitűnő extrák is kerültek - új és értékes ritkaságok a Hanna-Barbera kincsestárból..
- George Jetson: age 40, is the main character and protagonist of the series. He is a loving family man who always seems to make the wrong decisions. He works at Spacely's Sprockets turning the Referential Universal Digital Indexer (R.U.D.I.) on and off. He is married to Jane and together they have two children, Judy and Elroy.
- Jane Jetson: age 33, is George's wife, mother of their two children, and a homemaker, although it is Rosie who does most of the work. Jane is obsessed with fashion and new gadgetry. Her favorite store is Mooning Dales. She is a dutiful wife who always tries to make life as pleasant as possible for her family. Outside of the home, she is a member of the Galaxy Women Historical Society and is a fan of Leonardo de Venus and Picasso Pia.
- Judy Jetson: age 15, is the elder child in the Jetson family, born when Jane was just 18 years old. A student at Orbit High School, she is a stereotypical teenage girl whose interests include clothes, hanging out with boys, and revealing secrets to her digital diary that she calls "DiDi".
- Elroy Jetson: initially age 6½; later age 8, is the younger of the two children in the Jetson family. He is highly intelligent and an expert in all space sciences. A mild-mannered and good child, Elroy attends Little Dipper School, where he studies space history, astrophysics, and star geometry. Elroy loves his dog Astro and is always there to support him when George loses his patience with the family pet.
- Rosie: Rosie is the Jetsons' household robot. She's an outdated model, but the Jetsons love her and would never trade her for a newer model. Rosie does all the housework and some of the parenting. She is a strong authoritarian and occasionally dispenses pills to the family. Excluding a scene from the closing credits, Rosie appears in only two episodes of the original 1960s show, but makes many appearances on the 1980s show.
- Astro: Astro is the Jetsons' family dog. Prior to being a Jetson, his name was Tralfaz and he belonged to the fabulously rich Mr. J.P. Gottrockets. Astro is one of George's best friends, next to his work computer, R.U.D.I., as well as Elroy's best buddy. He is able to speak in a rough sounding English resembling dog barks and growls, a manner of speaking which voice actor Don Messick would later reuse for the role of Scooby-Doo.
- Orbitty: is an alien with spring-like legs who was the second pet of the Jetson family. He has the ability to express his emotions by changing color. This character was introduced in the 1980s version of the series, but didn't appear for the third season (except for one cameo) or any of the movies.
- Cosmo Spacely: is George's boss and owner of Spacely Space Sprockets. His company was founded in Newfoundland in 1937. He is a small man with thinning black hair and a bad temper, and is the main antagonist of the series. Spacely always comes up with ideas to bring in more business, but they backfire. George, whom Spacely has known since childhood,gets blamed for most things that go wrong. A series' running gag involves his kicking George out of his office shouting, "Jetson! You're fired!"; however, Spacely would give George his job back in the end of the episode, and if he was very happy with George, promote him to vice-president of the company. Mr. Spacely is sometimes helped out by Uniblab, the company's robot assistant.
- Spencer Cogswell: is Spacely's big competitor. He owns Cogswell Cogs company and causes a lot of trouble for Spacely and George. To a lesser extent Cogswell is another of the series' antagonists. He and Spacely are always finding ways to bring each other's businesses down. Cogswell has often tried to steal Spacely's ideas and make them his own to gain an advantage (only for it to backfire on both bosses). He's also not above firing his employees when any little thing goes wrong. Mr. Cogswell's first name, "Spencer", is revealed in the 1980s version of The Jetsons. Cogswell slightly resembles Mr. Slate of The Flintstones.
- R.U.D.I.: is George's work computer and one of his best friends, next to his dog, Astro. His name is an acronym for Referential Universal Differential Indexer. He has a human personality and is a member of the Society for Preventing Cruelty to Humans. In the episode "Family Fallout" (originally aired September 22, 1985), the Jetsons win a TV game show after George Jetson correctly states what the initials "R.U.D.I." stand for.
- Henry Orbit: is the Jetsons' apartment's building superintendent. He is always helpful and always in a good mood. He built a robot named Mac who has a crush on Rosie.
Comic science fiction
|Directed by||William Hanna (1962–63)
Joseph Barbera (1962–63)
Ray Patterson (Supervising, 1985–87)
Arthur Davis (1985–87)
Oscar Dufau (1985–87)
Carl Urbano (1985)
Rudy Zamora (1985)
Alan Zaslove (1985)
Paul Sommer (1987)
Charlie Downs (1987)
|Voices of||George O'Hanlon
Jean Vander Pyl
Frank Welker (80s' revival)
|Theme music composer||Hoyt Curtin|
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||3|
|No. of episodes||75 (list of episodes)|
|Executive producer(s)||William Hanna (1985–87)
Joseph Barbera (1985–87)
|Producer(s)||William Hanna (1962–63)
Joseph Barbera (1962–63)
Bob Hathcock (1985)
Berny Wolf (1987)
Jeff Hall (1987)
|Running time||22–30 minutes|
|Production company(s)||Hanna-Barbera Productions
|Distributor||Screen Gems (1962–63) (Season 1)
Worldvision Enterprises (1985–1987) (seasons 2–3)
Turner Program Services (1992–96)
Warner Bros. Television Distribution (1996–present)
|Original network||ABC (first season, 1962–1963)
Syndication (second and third seasons, 1985–1987)
|Original release||Original series:
September 23, 1962 –
March 17, 1963
September 16, 1985 – November 12, 1987
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