September 17, 2007

Pac-Man (TV Series) Cartoon Opening Video

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Pac-Man (TV Series) (1982)

The Pac-Man TV series was produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions, which aired in 1982, based upon the Pac-Man arcade game by Namco. The cartoon series followed the adventures of the title character Pac-Man (voiced by Marty Ingels), his wife Mrs. Pepper Pac-Man (voiced by Barbara Minkus), and their son Baby-Pac (voiced by Russi Taylor; he is actually called "Pac-Baby" in this series).

The family lives in Pac-Land, a place in which the geography and architecture seem to revolve primarily around spheres and sphere-like shapes. The Pac Family seems to spend a lot of their time outwitting their only known enemies, the "Ghost-Monsters:" Blinky, who was constantly nervous (voiced by Chuck McCann), Pinky, the hardcore street thug ghost (also voiced by Chuck McCann), Inky, the requisite dumb one of the group (voiced by Barry Gordon), Clyde, the main ghost-monster (voiced by Neilson Ross), and Sue, the only female (voiced by Susan Silo). Their leader is Mezmeron (voiced by Allan Lurie), a mysterious Darth Vader-esque figure whose sole mission in life is to obtain the "Power Pellets" which give Pac-Man and the other inhabitants of Pac-Land their chomping abilities.

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