The opening title narration is provided by John Stephenson, 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 to Fangface, the 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!
Fangace is a 30-minute Saturday morning cartoon produced by Ruby-Spears Productions for ABC that aired from September 9, 1978, to September 8, 1979. The executive producers were Joe Ruby and Ken Spears.
Highly derivative of Scooby-Doo with a bit of the Tasmanian Devil and I Was a Teenage Werewolf thrown in, Fangface features four teenagers - buff and handsome leader Biff, his clever and beautiful dusky-skinned girlfriend Kim, stocky and pugnacious Puggsy and tall, skinny simpleton Sherman "Fangs" Fangsworth. Puggsy and Fangs are based on Leo Gorcey Huntz Hall of the Bowery Boys films
In 1979, the second season titled Fangface and Fangpuss aired as a segment on The Plastic Man Comedy/Adventure Show and introduced a new character: Baby Fangs, Fangs' infant cousin who turns into baby werewolf called Fangpuss. The show remained in the same mystery-adventure style as the first season, but episodes were now shortened to 15-minutes segments. Sixteen episodes of Fangface and Fangpuss were produced for the 1979-1980 sesaon.
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