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Atomic Betty
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Atomic Betty title card
Format Animated television series
Created by Trevor Bentley
Mauro Casalese
Rob Davies
Olaf Miller
Voices of (English version)
Tajja Isen
Rick Miller
Bruce Hunter
Adrian Truss
Laurie Elliott
Catherine Disher
Colin Fox
Len Carlson
Country of origin  Canada
No. of seasons 3
No. of episodes 156 x 15 minutes or 78 x 30 minutes, plus 1 Christmas special (60 minutes) (List of episodes)
Production
Executive producer(s) Ira Levy
Peter Williamson
Kevin Gillis
Trevor Bentley
Steven Hecht
Philippe Alessandri
Nghia Nguyen (co-executive producer)
Producer(s) Kevin Gillis
Virginie Jallot
Rob Davies
Running time 15 or 30 minutes, depending on market and format.
Broadcast
Original channel Teletoon/Télétoon
Original run September 6, 2004 – Present
External links
Official website

Atomic Betty is a Canadian animated television series produced by Atomic Cartoons, Breakthrough Films & Television, and Tele Images Kids. Additional funding for production is provided by Teletoon in Canada and Métropole 6 and Télétoon in France.

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Production

Atomic Cartoons, based in Vancouver, British Columbia, writes and produces the animation for the series using Adobe Flash. Tele Images Kids produces animation and voice direction for the French language version of the series. Breakthrough Films & Television, through its distribution subsidiary, handles worldwide distribution outside of Canada, except Spain, Portugal and Andorra[1]. Atomic Betty premiered on Teletoon in Canada on 6 September 2004, and on Cartoon Network in the United States on 17 September 2004.

Three seasons of the series have been produced to date, totaling 78 half-hour or 156 quarter-hour episodes, depending on the format shown in each market. There is also a one-hour Christmas special titled Atomic Betty: The No-L 9.

Story

Betty is a typical adolescent who enjoys school, science-fiction movies and singing in her band, living in Moose Jaw Heights (a fictional suburb of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan)[2][3]. Unknown to most of her friends and family, however, she is also a Galactic Guardian, dedicated to interstellar peacekeeping and law enforcement. As Atomic Betty, assisted by her pilot Sparky, and a robot named X-5, she confronts the evil overlord Maximus I.Q. and other intergalactic supervillains. Despite being rather unassuming on Earth, Atomic Betty is a superstar throughout the galaxy and even has her own fan club of loyal followers.

In each episode, a crisis occurs somewhere in the galaxy, usually while Betty enjoys some activity with her friends. Invariably, her bracelet begins beeping, and she runs off alone to save the galaxy. Accompanied by her crew, Betty manages to defeat the villains before returning home (and explaining her absence).

Characters

Episodes

DVD releases

Warner Home Video released two DVD volumes of the series on October 18, 2005 in North America and February 6, 2006 in Japan.

Volume 1 Betty, Set, Go
Chapter Ep. #/Prod. Code Episode Name
1 04/02B Toxic Talent
2 07/04A Spindly Tam Kanushu
3 10/05B Atomic Roger
4 01/01A Furball for the Sneeze
5 21/11A The Really Big Game
6 05/03A But the Cat Came Back
7 03/02A The Doppelganger
8 43/22A The Incredible Shrinking Betty
Volume 2 Betty to the Rescue
Chapter Ep. #/Prod. Code Episode Name
1 11/06A Maximus Displeasure
2 12/06B Cosmic Cake
3 02/01B Attack of the Evil Baby
4 28/14B Crass Menagerie
5 31/16A The Trouble with Triplets
6 14/07B The Substitute
7 38/19B Infantor Rules
8 36/18B Best (Mis)Laid Plans

References

  1. ^ Breakthrough Entertainment: Atomic Betty Retrieved on 2009-02-27
  2. ^ "Saskatchewan Home To New Superhero," Hollywood North Report
  3. ^ "Mad Maximus". Atomic Betty.

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Quotes

Up to date as of January 14, 2010

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Quotes from Atomic Betty.

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Atomic Betty

  • "Atomic Betty, reporting for duty!"
  • "Activate tarpenian rope thrower!"
  • "Come on, guys!"
  • "Evasive action!"
  • "Good work, Sparky!"
  • "Hang on, everyone!"
  • "I'm on it, Admiral DeGill!"
  • "I'm on my way!"
  • "Let's get out of here!"
  • "They're getting away!"
  • "C'mon boys, I'm not afraid to get a little dirty!"

Sparky

  • "Awesome!"
  • "Aye Aye Chief!"
  • "Galactic Guardians to the rescue!"
  • "I'll handle this!"
  • "Jumping Jupiter!"
  • "Mamula!"
  • "Mission accomplished!"
  • "Oh, Goody!"
  • "You're gonna crash!"
  • "Yowza!"
  • "Oh, Craters!"
  • "For once, would you just enjoy the ride?!"

Robot X-5

  • "Are you okay?"
  • "Do you mind?"
  • "I don't think so!"
  • "Okay, mamula boy!"
  • "We must be careful!"
  • "What was that?"

Minimus P.U.

  • "My pleasure!"
  • "Oh, Boss!"
  • "Master, Master!"
  • "Yes, boss?"
  • "You're welcome!"
  • "That's the idea!"
  • "It's Atomic Betty!"
  • "Ow, oooh, I'll be quiet..."

Maximus I.Q.

  • "Destroy them"
  • "I want my mommy!"
  • "Take them away!"
  • "You imbecible!"
  • "Idiot! Look what you've made me do!"
  • "Fool! Never! Ever, question an evil genius!"
  • "Get us out of here!"
  • "I guess it's time to bid adieu..."
  • "Who dare insult me in front of my minions!"
  • "Run, Atomic Betty, Run!"
  • "I'm an island surrounded by a sea of idiots!"
  • "Ahh, Atomic Betty. Welcome to my dance party!"

Noah Parker

  • "Are you kidding?"
  • "Hi, Betty!"

Penelope Lang

  • "Awww, that's too bad!"
  • "Losers!"
  • "Yoo-hoo!"
  • "You messed with the wrong person, kid!"
  • *cackling laughter*

Admiral DeGill

  • "Excellent work, Atomic Betty!"
  • "He must be stopped!"
  • "The whole galaxy is counting on you!"
  • "This is your commander speaking!"
  • "At least leave me my pipe!"







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