Seven Arts Television Presents
Johnny Cypher In Dimension Zero
Produced By Oriolo Film Studios, Inc.
Japanese Producer - K. Fujita Associates, Inc.
Animation Coordinator - Tsuguyuki Kubo
Animation By - Nezu Production, Inc.
Children's Corner, Inc.
Johnny Cypher Song By - Marilyn Meyers
Additional Music By - Setsou Tsukahara
Producer - Joe Oriolo
Associate Producer - Fred Adair
Writers - Peter Fernandez
Sid Jacobson
Alan Riefe
Voices - Gene Allen
Paul Hecht
Corrine Orr
A Seven Arts Television Presentation
© 1967 Seven Arts Associated Corporation


Johnny Cypher In Dimension Zero made it's debut in February, 1967. It told the tales of Johnny Cypher, a brilliant Earth scientist who acquires superhuman powers. The powers enable him to travel through the dimensions of inner-space and combat sinister forces.


The were 130 episodes, each six-minutes in length. Voices were provided by Paul Hecht (Johnny Cypher), Corrine Orr (as Zena, his female assistant) and Gene Allen (as the galactic being, Rhom).


Among the villains that Johnny and Zena encountered were Captain Krool, Mr. Mist, Dr. Flood, The Torchmen, The Abominable Snowman, The Mothmen, Captain Nogo, and the evil Mr. ESP.

Among the strange worlds that they visited were Volcos, the Red Forest, the frigid Arctic and the Planet of the Little Men.



Rhom, Super Criminal Attack From Outer Space
The Menace Of Maroo The Eye Of Ramapoor
The Deafening Sound Of Silence The Castle Of Mr. Mist
The Butronic Troublemaker Menace Of The Flying Saucer
The Shockman Of Shardu The Traitorous Dr. Flood
Shoot-Out In Space Ten Ton Diamond
Invisible Fire Beam Liquefier Gun
Seeds Of Chaos Barclay’s Bullet
Zomar The Merciless Johnny Cypher’s Twin
Ship Of Captain Krool Forget Ray Of Egghead
The Deadly Beams The Giant Robot
Johnny Vs Zena Wild Animal Hunter
Invisible Enemy Everything Falls Up
The Space Party Endless Zero
The World Of Lost Men Johnny’s Giant Friends
The Doll Invaders The Interplanetary Olympiads
The Crystal Cage The Runaway Rocket
The Crooked Radar Beam The Rescue Of Robinson Cosmo
Stolen Space Station The Mutant Monsters
The Gravity Belt Mystery Snarl’s Sinister Surprise
Zero Hour For Glenn City The Robot
Song Of Doom Zero Vs Nero
The 4 Armed Man Garloch Against The Universe
Return Of Frankenstein Mister Mist
Mad Magic Of Eerin The Dyre Moth
Mystery Of The Missing Pilots The Black Vapour
8000 Degree Fahrenheit Multiplier Gun
The Martian Plague The One-Inch Johnny Cypher
The Lost Planet The Torchmen
The Thing From The Sea Gothan The Terrible
Mission To Jandor Invasion Of The Shadowmen
Billion Dollar Robbery Monster Of The Mists
The Evil Eye The Wandering World
Race Against Time The Red Forest
Tidal Wave Of Terror The Stolen Satellite
Crisis On Volcos Rhom’s Double
The Mysterious Signal The Tower Of Majak
Giganticus Serum The Abominable Snowman
The Paper Perisher The Door To The Future
Dangerous Games The Menace From Mercury
Space Vacuums The Man Duplicator
The Wild Blue Trap The Saturian Triclops
The Incredible Sponge Man The Planet Of Little Men
The Mothmen The Fear Of The Year
Mission Miraculous The Pet Collectors
Nero’s Revenge The Circus Of Terror
The Elusive Space Monster Time Marches Back
Space Pirates The Deadly Blossom
Magnetic Mayhem Rescue On The Moon
Descent Into Peril The Time Warp
Space Prospectors The Devil’s Diamonds
Electronic Monsters Planet Of Gold
Peril From The Past Farewell Dr. Root
Captain Nogo The Glass Giant
Expedition To The Arctic 20, 000 Dangers Under The Sea
The Trap An Element Of Danger
Terror In The Toy Shop The Man With The Golden Hands
The Hidden Peril Borgo’s Beam
Red Hot Planet The Coreman
The Photo Spy The Gigantic Garble
The Quick Quake Maker The Vularian
Mission Of Mercy Too Many Johnnies
Strangest World Of All Operation Freeze
The Haunted Planet Mysterious Meteorites
Evil Mr. ESP No More Dimension Zero

For lots more information and pictures,
see 60's Anime - JohnnyC page.

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