THIS IS AN AUTHENTICALLY AUTOGRAPHED SEALED LP BY BART BRAVERMAN, SUSAN BLUE AND FRANK WELKER...
FANGFACE(PETER PAN 1107)RELEASED IN 1979-LP IS STILL SEALED WITH SMALL PIECE OF SHRINK WRAP REMOVED FROM FRONT COVER FOR AUTOGRAPHS BY BART BRAVERMAN, SUSAN BLUE AND FRANK WELKER. TRACKS:MIRAGE, GHOST OF THE HIGH SIERRAS, THE STOWAWAY, SUPERFROG. CONDITION OF THE AUTOGRAPHS IS EXCELLENT.
Fangface was a 30-minute Saturday morning cartoon produced by Ruby-Spears Productions for ABC which aired from September 9, 1978 to September 8, 1979. The executive producers were Joe Ruby and Ken Spears.
Highly derivative of Scooby-Doo (which was also created by Ruby and Spears), Fangface features four teenagers — Kim, Biff, Puggsy and Sherman "Fangs" Fangsworth who transforms into a werewolf named Fangface whenever he sees the moon or an image of the moon — who drive around in their convertible called the "Wolf Buggy" and solve spooky mysteries involving ghosts and ghouls. Fangface usually immediately attacks Puggsy upon transforming, before taking a moment to recognize his friend (he's not very bright in either form). Whenever Fangface hears a food-related word, or a word or phrase that sounds like one (e.g., "let us," which sounds like "lettuce"), he tries to eat Puggsy; when this happens, Biff and/or Kim rubs Fangface's foot to calm him out of his "feeding frenzy." Also, if Fangface happens to see his image in a mirror, he goes into a hyper frenzy, complete with running circles on the floor. The sight of the sun (or a picture of the sun) transforms Fangface back into Fangs.
Despite the temporary difficulty of Fangface attacking Puggsy, the gang never hesitate to initiate the transformation to take advantage of the werewolf's power to cope with any danger. Indeed, they often refer to Fangface as their "secret weapon".
Fangface and Fangs are unaware of each other, but Fangface lives in the moment, so he never seems to question why he's suddenly in a new place, whereas Fangs is always bewildered upon reversion.
The opening title narration for each episode consists of the following:
Every 400 years, a baby werewolf is born into the Fangsworth family, and so when the moon shined on little Sherman Fangsworth, he changed into Fangface, a werewolf! Only the sun can change him back to normal. And so little Fangs grew up and teamed up with three daring teenagers: Kim, Biff and Puggsy, and together they find danger, excitement and adventure! Who can save the day? Who can wrong the rights and right the wrongs? None other than Fangface!
Sixteen 30-minute episodes of Fangface were produced for the 1978-79 season from 8:30-9:00 a.m.