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The following is a list of episodes of Astro Boy. Original air dates are according to TV.com.[1] [2]


Japanese language episode list

  1. "The Birth of Astro Boy" – January 1, 1963
  2. "Frankenstein" – January 8, 1963
  3. "Adventure on – Mars" – January 15, 1963
  4. "Guernica" – January 22, 1963
  5. "Sphinx" – January 29, 1963
  6. "Lightning Man" – February 5, 1963
  7. "Captain Atom" – February 12, 1963
  8. "Ghost Manufacturing Machine" – February 19, 1963
  9. "Black Looks" – February 26, 1963
  10. "The Fool Ivan" – March 5, 1963
  11. "Time Machine – March 12, 1963
  12. "Cruciform Island" – March 19, 1963
  13. "The Eyes of Christ" – March 26, 1963
  14. "The Artificial Sun" – April 2, 1963
  15. "Plant People" – April 9, 1963
  16. "The Vehicle, White Planet" – April 16, 1963
  17. "Robot Land" – April 23, 1963
  18. "Gadem" – April 30, 1963
  19. "Astro Boy vs. Garon" – May 7, 1963
  20. "Gaseous Beings" – May 14, 1963
  21. "Satellite R-45" – May 21, 1963
  22. "Sea Serpent Island" – May 28, 1963
  23. "The Mutant" – June 4, 1963
  24. "The Submarine Kingdom" – June 11, 1963
  25. "The Deep-Underground Tank" – June 18, 1963
  26. "Atlas" – June 25, 1963
  27. "Planet Pearl" – July 2, 1963
  28. "Mad Machine" – July 9, 1963
  29. "The Memorable Day" – July 16, 1963
  30. "Fuhrer ZZZ" – July 23, 1963
  31. "The Black Cosmic Ray" – July 30, 1963
  32. "Hot Dog Corps" – August 6, 1963
  33. "Two Magicians" – August 13, 1963
  34. "Midoro – Marsh" – August 20, 1963
  35. "The Human Farm" – August 27, 1963
  36. "The Religion of Pui Pui" – September 3, 1963
  37. "Uran" – September 10, 1963
  38. "The Disturbed Small Planet" – September 17, 1963
  39. "Red Cat" – September 24, 1963
  40. "Neo Caesar" – October 1, 1963
  41. "X Bomb" – October 8, 1963
  42. "The Yellow Horse" – October 15, 1963
  43. "His Highness Dead Cross" – October 22, 1963
  44. "The Egyptian Conspirators" – October 29, 1963
  45. "Cleopatra's Necklace" – November 5, 1963
  46. "The Robot Spaceship" – November 12, 1963
  47. "The Cosmic Crab" – November 19, 1963
  48. "The Tenma Tribe" – November 26, 1963
  49. "Transparent Giant" – December 3, 1963
  50. "Astroboy Goes to the West" – December 10, 1963
  51. "The Little Elephant Pura" – December 17, 1963
  52. "The Snow Lion" – December 24, 1963
  53. "Goodbye 1963" – December 31, 1963
  54. "Duel on the Alps – January 4, 1964
  55. "Rejuvenating Gas" – January 18, 1964
  56. "Earth Defense Army" – January 25, 1964
  57. "Robot School" – February 1, 1964
  58. "The Thirteen Mysterious Statues of God" – February 8, 1964
  59. "The Robot Buron X" – February 15, 1964
  60. "The Demon Bees" – February 22, 1964
  61. "Space Parasites" – February 29, 1964
  62. "The Phantom Ship" – March 7, 1964
  63. "The Artificial Iceberg" – March 14, 1964
  64. "Count Bat" – March 21, 1964
  65. "Brave Escapee" – March 28, 1964
  66. "The Space Viking" – April 4, 1964
  67. "Heroes of the Night" – April 11, 1964
  68. "Rebellion of the Dinosaur People" – April 25, 1964
  69. "The Secret of the Clock Tower" – May 2, 1964
  70. "Rafflesia" – May 9, 1964
  71. "The Last Day of Earth" – May 16, 1964
  72. "7 Days of Drifting in Space" – May 23, 1964
  73. "Big Titan" – June 6, 1964
  74. "Earth Expedition" – June 13, 1964
  75. "Flying City" – June 20, 1964
  76. "The Monster Machine" – June 27, 1964
  77. "Cape Town Lullaby" – July 4, 1964
  78. "The World in Five Hundred Thousand Years" – July 11, 1964
  79. "Dr Brain" – July 18, 1964
  80. "Humanoid Bill" – July 25, 1964
  81. "Dreaming Machine" – August 1, 1964
  82. "The Robot Olympics" – August 15, 1964
  83. "The Strange Bird, Garuda" – August 22], 1964
  84. "The Dolphin Civilization" – August 29, 1964
  85. "The Demented Beltway" – September 5, 1964
  86. "The Time Gun" – September 12, 1964
  87. "Princess Kaguya" – September 19, 1964
  88. "The Bacteria Corps" – September 26, 1964
  89. "Gomes' Ghost" – October 3, 1964
  90. "The Robot Fortress" – October 10, 1964
  91. "Garon's Counterattack" – October 24, 1964
  92. "Robot Future" – October 28, 1964
  93. "Three Robot Knights" – October 31, 1964
  94. "Confrontation in Space" – November 5, 1964
  95. "Cobalt" – November 7, 1964
  96. "Angel in the Alps" – November 14, 1964
  97. "The Evil Punch Card" – November 21, 1964
  98. "Zeo's Legacy" – December 12, 1964
  99. "Little Columbus" – December 19, 1964
  100. "The Robot House" – December 26, 1964
  101. "The Unmapped World" – January 2, 1965
  102. "Queen of the Devils' Place" – January 9, 1965
  103. "Stairs Leading into Space" – January 16, 1965
  104. "The Devil's Balloon" – January 23, 1965
  105. "General Atom" – January 30, 1965
  106. "The Boy from Outer Space" – February 6, 1965
  107. "Release of the Earth" – February 13, 1965
  108. "Saturn Man" – February 20, 1965
  109. "Phoenix" – February 27, 1965
  110. "Expedition on Mercury" – March 6, 1965
  111. "Robot Polymer" – March 13, 1965
  112. "Samson's Hair" – March 27, 1965
  113. "Back, the Country without Laughter" – April 3, 1965
  114. "Metro Monster" – April 10, 1965
  115. "The Big Runaway Safe" – April 17, 1965
  116. "The Greatest Robot on Earth (part one)" – April 24, 1965
  117. "The Greatest Robot on Earth (part two)" – May 1, 1965
  118. "Robot Grabby" – May 8, 1965
  119. "The Flying Lens" – May 15, 1965
  120. "Time Hunter" – May 22, 1965
  121. "Ganimate" – May 29, 1965
  122. "The Monster Mantler" – June 5, 1965
  123. "Captain Dog" – June 19, 1965
  124. "Parting Gift" – July 3, 1965
  125. "Find the Bacteria" – July 10, 1965
  126. "Roboids" – July 17, 1965
  127. "The Experimental Robot" – July 24, 1965
  128. "Treasures of the Inca Empire" – July 31, 1965
  129. "Atom vs. Atom" – August 14, 1965
  130. "The Storm on – Mars" – August 21, 1965
  131. "The Moon Champion" – August 28, 1965
  132. "Prince Louis" – September 4, 1965
  133. "Revenge After Ten Years" – September 11, 1965
  134. "Operation Escape" – September 18, 1965
  135. "The Robot-Dog Backy" – September 25, 1965
  136. "Inspector Jaguar" – October 2, 1965
  137. "Little Cooley" – October 9, 1965
  138. "A Long Day" – October 16, 1965
  139. "Astro Boy Stolen" – October 23, 1965
  140. "The King and Atom" – September 30, 1965
  141. "The Locomotive" – March – Nov, 1965
  142. "Minya's Star" – November 13, 1965
  143. "Bird Street Story" – November 20, 1965
  144. "Lost Friendship" – November 27, 1965
  145. "Atom in the Deep Sea" – December 4, 1965
  146. "Report from the Future" – December 11, 1965
  147. "Mid-air Screen" – December 18, 1965
  148. "Robio and Robiet" – December 25, 1965
  149. "The Can Capriccio" – January 1, 1966
  150. "Miss Magnet" – January 8, 1966
  151. "Lonely Atom" – January 15, 1966
  152. "The Robot Bombs" – January 22, 1966
  153. "The Red Merry-Go-Round" – January 29, 1966
  154. "Blue Bird Story" – February 5, 1966
  155. "The Crazed Boundary" – February 12, 1966
  156. "Robot – Mayor" – February 19, 1966
  157. "Gypsy's Star" – February 26, 1966
  158. "Funny Companion" – March 5, 1966
  159. "Devil and Angel" – March 19, 1966
  160. "The Golden Flute" – March 26, 1966
  161. "Dream-selling Aliens" – April 2, 1966
  162. "Operation Candy" – April 9, 1966
  163. "Road to Another World" – April 16, 1966
  164. "The Space Spider" – April 23, 1966
  165. "A Great Fuss Over Babies" – April 30, 1966
  166. "The Jewel-Eating Monster" – May 7, 1966
  167. "Plenty of Balloons" – May 14, 1966
  168. "The Island That Jumped Up" – May 21, 1966
  169. "Gift from the Future" – May 28, 1966
  170. "Two Princesses" – June 4, 1966
  171. "Kutcher Forever" – June 11, 1966
  172. "The Herald Brothers" – June 25, 1966
  173. "Robotty" – July 2, 1966
  174. "The Great Submarine Canal" – July 9, 1966
  175. "Robot Wars (part one)" – July 23, 1966
  176. "Robot Wars (part two)" – July 30, 1966
  177. "The Gigantic Robot" – August 6, 1966
  178. "Chi-tan's Nighttime Adventure" – August 20, 1966
  179. "Blue Horseman (part one)" – 1966
  180. "Blue Horseman (part two)" – 1966
  181. "Ghost Manufacturing Machine" – September 10, 1966
  182. "Demented Cobalt" – September 24, 1966
  183. "Japanese People from Space" – October 1, 1966
  184. "Time War" – October 8, 1966
  185. "Star of Africa" – October 22, 1966
  186. "Monsters Come out at Night" – October 29, 1966
  187. "Baily's Legend" – November 5, 1966
  188. "Tengu of Kurama – November 19, 1966
  189. "Confusion at the Shooting Studio" – November 26, 1966
  190. "Miracle of Mesopotamia" – December 3, 1966
  191. "Wandering Roppi" – November 17, 1966
  192. "Medussa's Mansion" – December 24, 1966
  193. "The Greatest Adventure on Earth" – December 31, 1966

English language episode list

1. Birth of Astro Boy– September 1, 1963 (1963-09-01): The story takes place in Metro City (circa 2000 A.D.). Young Aster Boytonn (the son of Dr. Boytonn) ends up dying in a hideous car crash. His father is left grief-stricken, but he plans on resolving his loss by creating a robot that looks like his son. Though the rest of the Ministry of Science is unsure of this plan (some thinking he's gone mad), they go along with it. Over the next year, his creation is assembled and named "Astro Boy". The next morning, Astro begins to adjust to life with Dr. Boytonn. After some time, it becomes clear that Astro isn't a human child, and won't grow like regular children. Because of this, his father sells him to Mr. Cacciatore, the cruel ringmaster of a robot circus. At the circus, Astro is forced to fight against Z.O.G, a giant robot, in a duel where one robot will die. During the fight, Dr. Elefun steps into the ring to protest the fight. Cacciatore, however, shows that his robot licenses say that there's nothing wrong with robots fighting each other. Astro fights valiantly, and discovers two of his 7 abilities: super strength and flight. Using these abilities, he is able to defeat Z.O.G, but he refuses to kill Z.O.G. Later that night, Cacciatore demands to know why Astro refused to kill Z.O.G, and ends up punishing him by cutting off his power supply from any recharges. Dr. Elefun comes to talk Cacciatore into giving Astro back, but he refuses to negotiate. Meanwhile, Astro finds a large heap of robots that Cacciatore plans to sell as scrap metal. He learns from the Captain of the Tin Brigade that everyone is in the pile because they no longer please people. Astro then decides to share his energy with the robots. Some time later, the robot circus is ready for its next performance. The opening act features Sparky, a robot cannonball, who Cacciatore has jump through high voltage charges. Unfortunately, Sparky goes out of control and ends up exploding, causing the whole circus tent to begin to collapse. Despite a lack of power, Astro leads the robots he restored in a rescue mission. The robots quickly find and rescue everyone, save for Cacciatore. Astro re-enters the building to save him, and discovers his 3rd ability: super hearing. Using his new skill, he saves Cacciatore from certain death. Later, at a local hospital, Astro is liberated from Cacciatore when Dr. Elefun shows that robots are finally free from slavery. Having been beaten, Cacciatore cries in defeat as Dr. Elefun and Astro leave.

2. Frankenstein (English Title: Colosso)– September 8, 1963 (1963-09-08): The story begins in a robot factory. After an explanation as to how robots now begin to outnumber humans, the factory boss decides that "robots will make robots" to make up for the worker shortage. Meanwhile, Astro Boy longs to have a mother and father to call his own. Deciding to chat with Dr. Elefun, Astro has his parents custom-made at the Institute of Science. Later that evening, an experimental robot named Colosso (Frankenstein in the Japanese version) goes haywire and escapes after causing immense collateral damage and several worker casualties. Astro happens across the horrid mess and figures out that, due to being incomplete, Colosso will listen to the first person he hears. Later that night, Colosso runs into a trio of gangsters having trouble cracking open a safe. He soon becomes the (unknowing) slave of Munk (a skinny, quiet mobster), who has Colosso (who is nicknamed "Big Boy" by the mobsters) break into the safe for them. Back at their hideout, the Big Boss welcomes Colosso into the gang as their newest addition. Their next heist occurs at a local ballet performance, where the mobsters plan to steal the gems that belong to a wealthy patron of the ballet. After the show ends, the patron goes to give a present to the ballerina. Colosso, however, interrupts the meeting and causes an explosion of mass hysteria. Colosso accidentally grabs the present for the ballerina, which was an oil can. Astro, despite being blamed by Inspector Gumshoe for the crime, decides to investigate the robberies. Later, at a local musuem, Astro finds Munk (disguised as a guard) and Colosso (disguised as the Thinker) stealing several jewels. Astro is once again blamed by Inspector Gumshoe and he is blamed by Munk (who said Astro was the thief). Back at their hideout, the mobsters get shares of the loot. The Big Boss decides to take the big pieces and gives only fractions of one diamond to the other mobsters (who take them so they aren't shot like their friend). At Astro's trial, Astro is saved by Dr. Elefun, who points out that Colosso is still on the loose. Later, Dr. Elefun devises a plan to capture Colosso. Going on a cruise ship with a diamond in a bag (really a pile of rocks), Dr. Elefun is soon attacked by Colosso, and Astro comes to save Dr. Elefun. The battle on the ship causes serious damage to the ship's hull, which culminates with Astro dropping Colosso from a precarious height. Colosso survives the fall, but passes out in a nearby lighthouse. Astro heads there and meets Munk, who reveals everything about the Big Boss' plan and gives up being a mobster. A scientist comes to fix Colosso, but the mobsters soon find Astro. Astro quickly defeats the Big Boss and his minions, and they are presumably arrested. Astro is rewarded for his heroism with his recently completed parents. Colosso is repaired and sent on his mission to work at an outpost in outer space, and Astro and Munk bid him a fond farewell.

3. Expedition to Mars– September 15, 1963 (1963-09-15)

4. The Sphinx– September 22, 1963 (1963-09-22)

5. Cross Island– September 29, 1963 (1963-09-29)

6. Grass Boy– October 6, 1963 (1963-10-06)

7. Zero, the Invisible Robot– October 13, 1963 (1963-10-13)

8. The Silver Comet – October 20, 1963 (1963-10-20)

9. Hullabaloo Land - October 27, 1963 (1963-10-27)

10. The Spirit Machine – November 3, 1963 (1963-11-03)

11. Strange Voyage – November 10, 1963 (1963-11-10)

12. The Artificial Sun – November 17, 1963 (1963-11-17)

13. Deep Freeze – November 24, 1963 (1963-11-24)

14. (Geurnica) One Million Mammoth Snails – December 1, 1963 (1963-12-01)

15. Gangor – December 8, 1963 (1963-12-08)

16. Secret Agent 3-Z – December 15, 1963 (1963-12-15)

17. The Haunted Ship – December 22, 1963 (1963-12-22)

18. The Time Machine – December 29, 1963 (1963-12-29)

19. The Cosmic Giant – January 3, 1964 (1964-01-03)

20. Toxor, the Mist Man – January 10, 1964 (1964-01-10)

21. Satellite R-45 – January 17, 1964 (1964-01-17)

22. Sea Serpent Isle – January 24, 1964 (1964-01-24)

23. The Deadly Flies – January 31, 1964 (1964-01-31)

24. Kingdom of the Sea – February 7, 1964 (1964-02-07)

25. The Strange Birthday Present – February 14, 1964 (1964-02-14)

26. Don Tay's Infernal Machine – February 21, 1964 (1964-02-21)

27. Pearl People – February 28, 1964 (1964-02-28)

28. The Wacky Machine – March 6, 1964 (1964-03-06)

29. Memory Day – March 13, 1964 (1964-03-13)

30. The Super Duper Robot – March 20, 1964 (1964-03-20)

31. Mysterious Cosmic Rays – March 27, 1964 (1964-03-27)

32. The Moon Monsters – April 3, 1964 (1964-04-03)

33. The Three Magicians – April 10, 1964 (1964-04-10)

34. The Beast from 20 Fathoms – April 17, 1964 (1964-04-17)

35. Planet X – April 24, 1964 (1964-04-24)

36. Elixir of Life – May 1, 1964 (1964-05-01)

37. Astro Goes to School – May 8, 1964 (1964-05-08)

38. The Mysterious Cat – May 15, 1964 (1964-05-15)

39. The Asteroid Menace – May 22, 1964 (1964-05-22)

40. The Abominable Snowman – June 5, 1964 (1964-06-05)

41. Deadline to Danger – June 12, 1964 (1964-06-12)

42.Isle of Mystery – June 19, 1964 (1964-06-19)

43. Ditto – June 26, 1964 (1964-06-26)

44. Cleopatra Part 1: Heart of Cleopatra – July 3, 1964 (1964-07-03)

45. Cleopatra Part 2: Return of Cleopatra – July 10, 1964 (1964-07-10)

46. The Phantom Spaceship – July 17, 1964 (1964-07-17)

47. The Gigantic Space Crab – July 24, 1964 (1964-07-24)

48. The Great Space Horse – July 31, 1964 (1964-07-31)

49. 3 D Tee Vee – August 7, 1964 (1964-08-07)

50. Westward HA! – August 14, 1964 (1964-08-14)

52. Jimbo the Great – August 21, 1964 (1964-08-21)

53. Snow Lion – August 28, 1964 (1964-08-28)

54. The Man-Made Iceburg – September 4, 1964 (1964-09-04)

55. Vampire Vale – September 11, 1964 (1964-09-11)

56. The Terrible Tidal Wave – September 18, 1964 (1964-09-18)

57. The Viking King (AKA Vikings) – September 25, 1964 (1964-09-25)

58. The Devil Doll – October 2, 1964 (1964-10-02)

59. Dinosaur Dilemma – October 9, 1964 (1964-10-09)

60. The Clock Tower Mystery – October 16, 1964 (1964-10-16)

61. The Flower Monster – October 23, 1964 (1964-10-23)

62. Attack from Space – October 30, 1964 (1964-10-30)

63. Shipwrecked in Space – November 6, 1964 (1964-11-06)

64. BIG TITAN! – November 13, 1964 (1964-11-13)

65. Mission to the Middle of the World – November 20, 1964 (1964-11-20)

66. Inca Gold Fever – November 27, 1964 (1964-11-27)

67. Monster Machine – December 4, 1964 (1964-12-04)

68. Hooligan Whodunit – December 11, 1964 (1964-12-11)

69. Funnel to the Future – December 18, 1964 (1964-12-18)

70. A Mighty Minute – December 25, 1964 (1964-12-25)

71. The Dream Machine – January 1, 1965 (1965-01-01)

72. The Robot Olympics – January 8, 1965 (1965-01-08)

73. Dunder, Bird of Doom – January 15, 1965 (1965-01-15)

74. Dolphins in Distress – January 22, 1965 (1965-01-22)

75. The Mad Beltway – January 29, 1965 (1965-01-29)

76. The Terrible Time Gun – February 5, 1965 (1965-02-05)

77. The Space Princess – February 12, 1965 (1965-02-12)

78. Mighty Microbe Army – February 19, 1965 (1965-02-19)

79. Horrible King Horrid – February 26, 1965 (1965-02-26)

80. Mystery of Amless Dam – March 5, 1965 (1965-03-05)

81. Galon from Galaxy – March 12, 1965 (1965-03-12)

82. The Three Robotiers – March 19, 1965 (1965-03-19)

83. Angel in the Alps – March 26, 1965 (1965-03-26)

84. Brother Jetto – April 2, 1965 (1965-04-02)

85. Magic Punch Card – April 9, 1965 (1965-04-09)

86. The Great Rocket Robbery – April 16, 1965 (1965-04-16)

87. Contest in Space – April 23, 1965 (1965-04-23)

88. Gift of Zeo – April 30, 1965 (1965-04-30)

89. Deep Deep Secret – May 7, 1965 (1965-05-07)

90. A Wonderful XMAS Present – May 14, 1965 (1965-05-14)

91. Uncharted World – May 21, 1965 (1965-05-21)

92. Jungle Mystery – May 28, 1965 (1965-05-28)

93. The Terrible Spacemen – June 4, 1965 (1965-06-04)

94. The Mighty Mite from Ursa Minor – June 11, 1965 (1965-06-11)

95. General Astro – June 18, 1965 (1965-06-18)

96. Mystery of the Metal Men – June 25, 1965 (1965-06-25)

97. Phoenix Bird – July 2, 1965 (1965-07-02)

98. Super Human Beings – July 9, 1965 (1965-07-09)

99. Menace from Mercury – July 16, 1965 (1965-07-16)

100. Planet 13 – July 23, 1965 (1965-07-23)

101. Dangerous Mission – July 30, 1965 (1965-07-30)

102. Prisoners in Space – August 6, 1965 (1965-08-06)

103. World's Greatest Adventure – August 13, 1965 (1965-08-13)

104. Double Trouble – August 20, 1965 (1965-08-20) </div>

Deleted scenes

The following deleted scenes were not shown on TV in the USA, but only on DVD.

Episode 1 – When Dr. Elefun tells Caccitore that lots of things happened while he was sleeping, the doctor briefly turns on the TV, which displays speeches from all over the world.

Episode 2 – After Astro Boy arrives on a ship, Colosso begins to battle him using torture weapons in his eyes.

Episode 4 – When Ali Baba suspects that Astro Boy has 1000x hearing, he breaks the fourth wall by telling the viewers to mute the volume of the TV. After the conversation, Ali Baba's men hold a sign saying "You can turn the volume back on." The TV breaks down, and Ali Baba's men act embarrassed, saying "Get a better TV, will you?!"

References

  1. "Astro Boy episode list and synopses". TV.com. Retrieved 25 July 2010. 
  2. Solomon, Charles (April 9, 2006). "On DVD, the Return of the Original 'Astro Boy'". New York Times. Retrieved 2010-08-12. 

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