Harlem Globetrotters
Premiered on CBS (September 12, 1970)

Harlem Globetrotters,Travel the world playing basketball with their funny antics and wild way of gameplay.
Scatman Crothers (from The Shining) also was the voice of Hong Kong Phooey in 1974 and Scat Kat from the live action series the SkateBirds from 1977.

Voices:

Harlem Globetrotters episodes:

1970-1971

  • The Great Geese Goof-Up
  • Football Zeros
  • Hold That Hillbilly
  • Bad News Cruise
  • Rodeo Duds
  • Double Dribble Double
  • Heir Loons
  • From Scoop To Nuts
  • What a Day for a Birthday
  • It's Snow Vacation
  • The Great Ouch-Doors
  • Hooray for Hollywood
  • Shook up Sheriff
  • Gone to the Dogs
  • The Wild Blue Yonder
  • Long Gone Gip
  • A Pearl of a Game
  • Nothing to Moon About
  • Pardon My Magic
  • Granny's Royal Ruckus
  • Soccer to me
  • Jungle Jitters

Harlem Globetrotters Gallery
  1. Harlem Globetrotters (1970) Record Album - CD Front Cover
  2. Harlem Globetrotters (1970) Record Album - CD Back Cover
  3. Harlem Globetrotters (1970) Record Album - Song Titles


For more Globetrotters info check out my tribute to the Super Globetrotters
Harlem Globetrotters Gallery of pictures and such:

  1. Bobby Joe
  2. Curley Neal
  3. Curley & Meadowlark
  4. Dribble
  5. Geese
  6. Granny
  7. Meadowlark Lemon
  8. Meadowlark Lemon in action
  9. Pablo
  10. Pablo & Gip

QuickTime movie of
Harlem Globetrotters Opening
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