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Shazzan is a Saturday morning cartoon, created by Alex Toth and produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions in 1967) for CBS. The series followed the adventures of two teen-aged siblings (Chuck and his sister Nancy) traveling around a mystical Arabian world, mounted on Kaboobie the flying camel. During their journey they face several dangers, but they're always helped by Shazzan, a genie with magical powers out of this world.
The intro to the cartoons and the first episode give this plot description: "Inside a cave on the Maine coast, Chuck (voiced by Jerry Dexter) and Nancy (voiced by Janet Waldo) find a mysterious chest containing the two halves of a ring. When they joint the rings, the word Shazzan is formed. After uttering this magic command, the twosome are transported to the magical kingdom of the Arabian Nights. Here they find the genie Shazzan (voiced by Barney Phillips). Shazzan presents them with Kaboobie (voiced by Don Messick), a flying magical camel. Shazzan will serve them everytimes when they call him, but they won't can returning to home until they take back the rings to its rightful owner. And so, they start their fantastic voyages."
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