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60's Classic TV Animation 
Fantastic Voyage Cartoon

Fantastic Voyage :Voyager Space Ship Plastic Model
100% new un build
completed measure approximately 10" x 12" x 8"
100% new in box

About The Story of Fantastic Voyage Cartoon
Voyager - Nuclear powered submarine in the sci-fi animated series FANTASTIC VOYAGE/ABC/1968-70. The Voyager belonged to a secret government project named the Combined Miniature Defense Force (CMDF). When required, the ship collapsed in size to microscopic levels to fight the enemies of our government and the world. The Voyager had a bubble canopy on top of the ship to provide a 360 degree view and a forward observation deck to see what was up ahead. The crew of the Voyager included Jonathan Kidd, the mission commander (Ted Knight); Guru, a turbaned mystic (Marvin Miller); Busby Birdwell, the ship's pilot and designer (Marvin Miller); Professor Carter (Ted Knight) and Erica Stone, the team's physician (Jane Webb). The series was based on the book Fantastic Voyage written by Isaac Asimov. In the book/movie, the submarine was called the "Proteus" (USN #U91035. Exp. Oceanographic). The story revolves around a crew of scientists aboard an atomic submarine named Voyager who are miniaturized and injected into the bloodstream of a dying man (a scientist injured by assassins) so they can travel to his brain and perform delicate surgery on an inoperable blood-clot. The film starred Stephen Boyd as Grant, Proteus Communications Officer; Arthur Kennedy as Dr. Peter Duval, Surgeon; Raquel Welch as Cora Peterson, Dr. Dr. Duval's shapely medical assistant; William Redfield as Captain Bill Owens, Proteus Commander; and Donald Pleasence as Dr. Michaels, CMDF Chief of Medical Section. A similar plotline can be found in the sci-fi comedy Inner Space (1987) starring Dennis Quaid as a test pilot and his ship who were miniaturized and injected into the body of a hypochondriac. (played by Martin Short).

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