Tetsuwan Atom episode list

Episodes

ep. #1 (unknown)

01/01/1963
Dr. Tenma, Director General of the Science Ministry, loses his dearest son Tobio in an accident, so he decides to create the robot Astro Boy, who looks like Tobio, using the best of the Science Ministry's technology.
Technical director: Osamu Tezuka
Audience rating: 27.4%

ep. #2 (unknown)

08/01/1963
Franken, who has been classified as an inferior product at the robot factory, harbors a violent hatred for humans. As a result, humans begin to say, "We cannot trust robots," and even start to persecute the good robots.
Technical director: Osamu Tezuka
Audience rating: 28.8%

ep. #3 (unknown)

15/01/1963
Astro Boy is appointed leader of an exploration to Mars. Lieutenant Cap, who has to work for Astro Boy, however, rises in revolt against Astro Boy because he does not like the idea of robots ordering humans around.
Technical director: Osamu Tezuka
Audience rating: 29.6%

ep. #4 (unknown)

22/01/1963
Many cities fall one after another due to a huge group of monsters called "Guernica." Astro Boy fights against Guernica to save the people.
Technical director: Yûsaku Sakamoto
Audience rating: 32.7%

ep. #5 (unknown)

29/01/1963
Astro Boy is captured by a gang of thieves looking for treasures hidden in a Pyramid, and he tries to destroy the beast of the god Sphinx, which has a lion's body and the face of a beauty.
Technical director: Osamu Tezuka
Audience rating: 34.2%

ep. #6 (unknown)

05/02/1963
Skunk steals the invisible robot Denko that was made of paper glass, and releases prisoners from jail. He wants to use Denko in order to build an empire of gangs...
Technical director: Gizaburô Sugii
Audience rating: 34.6%

ep. #7 (unknown)

12/02/1963
A swarm of aliens who look exactly like specific earthlings such as Dr. Ochanomizu and Higeoyaji immigrate to the Earth from a planet very similar to ours. However, a food shortage occurs, and humans begin to attack the aliens with cell-reducing fluid.
Technical director: Hideaki Yamamoto
Audience rating: 30.9%

ep. #8 (unknown)

19/02/1963
Dr. Ochanomizu is taken away to the country Gorgonia, where he finds the Dictator Hillar's plot to conquer the world with a cloning machine, which is also a ghost-manufacturing machine that can make endless copies of any objects.
Technical director: Motoaki Ishii
Audience rating: 32%

ep. #9 (unknown)

26/02/1963
A group called Black Looks sets out to exterminate robots, and they attack in succession. Astro Boy begins to fight against them.
Technical director: Shûji Konno
Audience rating: 34.3%

ep. #10 (unknown)

05/03/1963
Astro Boy lands on an unknown planet, where he finds the tomb of a female leader of an expedition and a stupid but faithful robot Ivan that guards the tomb.
Technical director: Yûsaku Sakamoto
Audience rating: 31.6%

ep. #11 (unknown)

12/03/1963
A boy who comes from the future is looking for his father, who has gone to capture ancient creatures and has never come back. So Astro Boy and the boy depart for the ancient world in search of the boy's father.
Technical director: Osamu Tezuka
Audience rating: 35.1%

ep. #12 (unknown)

19/03/1963
Dr. Serizawa is an escaped convict trying to steal the underground resources of Cross Island by using the robot Puke that can transform itself into anything. He is planning to run away on a rocket. Astro Boy follows the man to Cross Island.
Technical director: Gizaburô Sugii
Audience rating: 29.8%

ep. #13 (unknown)

26/03/1963
A priest has marked one of the eyes of Jesus in the church before he dies. This seems to be a clue to the identity of a gang that had broken into the church. Now the same gang starts to go after Higeoyaji, who has discovered the gang's secret.
Technical director: Hideaki Yamamoto
Audience rating: 28.6%

ep. #14 (unknown)

02/04/1963
Suddenly an artificial sun appears. It is a threat to the world from the gang Kaito Kinsankaku. Astro Boy sets out to destroy the gang, together with detective Sherlock Homespan.
Technical director: Motoaki Ishii
Audience rating: 32.5%

ep. #15 (unknown)

09/04/1963
A flying disk from Planet Alfee is busily collecting water from the Earth. Astro Boy learns that they are collecting water for their hometown because it suffers a water shortage. Planet Alfee, however, had already been ruined...
Technical director: Shûji Konno
Audience rating: 31.7%

ep. #16 (unknown)

16/04/1963
The vehicle "White Planet" participates in the Round-the-world Grand Prix, but a gang breaks it to prevent it from winning. So Dr. Ochanomizu offers to load White Planet with Astro Boy's artificial intelligence.
Technical director: Yûsaku Sakamoto
Audience rating: 27.3%

ep. #17 (unknown)

23/04/1963
"Robot Land" is a theme park where robots dressed as the main characters of children's books entertain children. In its underground factory, however, slave robots are forced to make weapons.
Technical director: Gizaburô Sugii
Audience rating: 27.8%

ep. #18 (unknown)

30/04/1963
A gang tries to smuggle the robot Gadem, which begins to act violently in a passenger boat. Then Astro Boy, who happens to be on the boat, tries to stop them.
Technical director: Hideaki Yamamoto
Audience rating: 22.4%

ep. #19 (unknown)

07/05/1963
The robot Garon, who re-models planets, is transported to Earth by mistake, and humans consider attacking it with nuclear weapons. Astro Boy, however, takes to other means to face Garon.
Technical director: Osamu Tezuka
Audience rating: 23.5%

ep. #20 (unknown)

14/05/1963
A "gas man" enters into Dr. Ishizu's body in space, and comes back to the Earth. Then a number of gasmen enter into human bodies, and begin to act violently. Astro Boy challenges these invisible cosmic creatures to a fight.
Technical director: Mushi Prod. Enshutsubu (Osamu Tezuka)
Audience rating: 21.7%

ep. #21 (unknown)

21/05/1963
A member of the cosmic patrol is struggling against gangs. When Astro Boy comes to help him, however, he says that he does not need any help from a robot. He does not know that he is also a robot.
Technical director: Mushi Prod. Enshutsubu (Osamu Tezuka)
Audience rating: 21.6%

ep. #22 (unknown)

28/05/1963
Astro Boy heads for Sea Serpent Island to rescue the girl Anna, who has been captured, but he is also caught. Moreover, Astro Boy's body begins to rust because the island is rich in salt...
Technical director: Mushi Prod. Enshutsubu (Osamu Tezuka)
Audience rating: 22.8%

ep. #23 (unknown)

04/06/1963
A mysterious murder case occurs. Astro Boy happens to be on the scene and is arrested as a suspect. The real culprit, however, is a mutant created by X party, which plans to conquer the world.
Technical director: Shûji Konno
Audience rating: 28.3%

ep. #24 (unknown)

11/06/1963
Why don't we destroy humans and build a kingdom only of robots? Disposable bomb robots for a submarine kingdom make this suggestion to Astro Boy.
Technical director: Gizaburô Sugii
Audience rating: 27.8%

ep. #25 (unknown)

18/06/1963
Dr. Jordan runs away from a president who plans to conquer the world. Astro Boy gets on a deep-underground tank with him to fight against the president. But they lose control of the tank and it begins to head toward a volcano.
Technical director: Hideaki Yamamoto
Audience rating: 24.4%

ep. #26 (unknown)

25/06/1963
Atlas has the same kind of power as Astro Boy, but he has an evil heart. For Astro Boy, the fight with Atlas means fighting with his own dark side.
Technical director: Shigeyuki Hayashi
Audience rating: 24.3%

ep. #27 (unknown)

02/07/1963
To build a submarine dam, bombs for construction work are set up in a place where inhabitants of Planet Pearl have been living secretly. When Astro Boy finds that out, he plays a major part in rescuing their community under the sea.
Technical director: Shûji Konno
Audience rating: 26.3%

ep. #28 (unknown)

09/07/1963
Mad Machine causes all machines to go wrong and malfunction. The machine goes out of control, and the city is thrown into chaos. Because Astro Boy is also a machine, he begins to malfunction...
Technical director: Gizaburô Sugii
Audience rating: 26.3%

ep. #29 (unknown)

16/07/1963
When Astro Boy gets inside the unfinished time machine in Jiro's room, he hears the voice of Jiro, who is supposed to be dead. Jiro might have traveled to another time and perhaps is having trouble coming back.
Technical director: Hideaki Yamamoto
Audience rating: 26%

ep. #30 (unknown)

23/07/1963
The President of ZZZ Gang is so eager to conquer the world that he even kills his twin brother. So Astro Boy stands up to destroy his ambition.
Technical director: Motoaki Ishii
Audience rating: 26.6%

ep. #31 (unknown)

30/07/1963
A monster appears in the city, and it turns out to be Dr. Dorian, who has been exiled to Mars. He turns into a monster because he cannot get cosmic X rays on the Earth.
Technical director: Shigeyuki Hayashi
Audience rating: 16.9%

ep. #32 (unknown)

06/08/1963
Dr. Ponkotsu implants dogs with robot brains. Then the dogs form the "Hot Dog Army" to take on the humans.
Technical director: Shûji Konno
Audience rating: 16%

ep. #33 (unknown)

13/08/1963
A man takes on the police with a robot thief. Then a gifted magician is suspected of theft, so he and Astro Boy go against the robot thief together.
Technical director: Gizaburô Sugii
Audience rating: 19.1%

ep. #34 (unknown)

20/08/1963
Technical director: Studio Zero Enshutsubu (Shin'ichi Suzuki)
Audience rating: 26.2%

ep. #35 (unknown)

27/08/1963
Astro Boy sets out on a rocket to rescue people who have been kidnapped for use as livestock on a planet that looks like the Earth.
Technical director: Hideaki Yamamoto
Audience rating: 28.2%

ep. #36 (unknown)

03/09/1963
The religious group "Pui Pui" is looking for a wonder drug that will give them immortality. Then Dr. Tatsuji, who has succeeded in developing such a drug, is taken away by the religious group. So Astro Boy fights them to ensure the peaceful use of the drug.
Technical director: Motoaki Ishii
Audience rating: 30.2%

ep. #37 (unknown)

10/09/1963
Dr. Ochanomizu gives Astro Boy a younger sister as a birthday present. This younger sister Uran is a very cute girl, but she is such a tomboy that Astro Boy is kept terribly busy settling the confusion she causes.
Technical director: Shigeyuki Hayashi
Audience rating: 30%

ep. #38 (unknown)

17/09/1963
The small planet Mezusa goes out of its orbit and heads straight to the Earth. To save the Earth from a collision with the planet, Astro Boy heads for the planet with a convict who is a bomb professional.
Technical director: Gizaburô Sugii
Audience rating: 30.5%

ep. #39 (unknown)

24/09/1963
Dr. Shisoku despairs of human beings that continue the ongoing destruction of nature, and makes animals attack cities in his machine that hypnotizes with ultra short waves.
Technical director: Mushi Prod. Enshutsubu (Daisaku Shirokawa)
Audience rating: 35.7%

ep. #40 (unknown)

01/10/1963
A man named Caesar dreams of rebuilding the Roman Empire with robots under his control. However, he is destined to follow the same path that as that of Julius Caesar.
Technical director: Tatsuo Shibayama, Original idea: Hiroshi Sasagawa
Audience rating: 33.6%

ep. #41 (unknown)

08/10/1963
X Bomb, which is capable of turning any substance to water, drops into the Pacific Ocean. There are fifty hours left till the explosion. Astro Boy goes to recollect it, but learns that Uran, who has followed him, has been swallowed along with the bomb by a whale.
Technical director: Mushi Prod. Enshutsubu (Osamu Tezuka)
Audience rating: 31%

ep. #42 (unknown)

15/10/1963
Astro Boy gets into a satellite owned by the drug smuggling organization "Yellow Horse." There, the members of the organization are secretly creating missiles for use in war.
Technical director: Tadami Kataoka
Audience rating: 28.2%

ep. #43 (unknown)

22/10/1963
The robot president Rag is the target of an assassin. Then Astro Boy finds out that the culprit is Dead Cross, Rag's creator. He had created Rag to run in the presidential election, but when Rag gets elected, he begins to hold a grudge against Rag.
Technical director: Shigeyuki Hayashi
Audience rating: 33.6%

ep. #44 (unknown)

29/10/1963
Uran is kidnapped. She is made a hostage in an operation to steal Cleopatra's necklace from Astro Boy. The gang of conspirators believes that whoever possesses the necklace can build the greatest empire in the world.
Technical director: Mushi Prod. Enshutsubu (Motoaki Ishii)
Audience rating: 37.3%

ep. #45 (unknown)

05/11/1963
The gang of conspirators obtains the coveted necklace, and at last sets about conquering the world. However, Astro Boy stands in the way of their boss, Cleopatra.
Technical director: Gizaburô Sugii
Audience rating: 34.5%

ep. #46 (unknown)

12/11/1963
The robot spaceship "Lever Robot" is stolen. Astro Boy is sent to retrieve it, but in the process has his energy stolen.
Technical director: Shigeyuki Hayashi
Audience rating: 36%

ep. #47 (unknown)

19/11/1963
Ham egg exchanges a pig from the Earth for the huge crab that the alien Pork has. He is trying to make a lot of money by making a show of the creature in a circus...
Technical director: Yûsaku Sakamoto
Audience rating: 33.5%

ep. #48 (unknown)

26/11/1963
Nuu, member of the Tenma Tribe, a rarely seen race of people, comes from the depths of the mountains of Mongolia. People rush to the city just to try and see Nuu, throwing the city into a big chaos. Moreover, a gang plots behind the scenes to capture Nuu.
Technical director: Hideaki Yamamoto, Scenario: Yoshitake Suzuki
Audience rating: 32.1%

ep. #49 (unknown)

03/12/1963
Dr. Hanabusa develops an electrical transmitter for substances. No sooner does he get into the machine for testing than his rival scientist breaks the machine, which makes Dr. Hanabusa an invisible man. Astro Boy tries to save the doctor.
Technical director: Gizaburô Sugii, Scenario: Fumiyuki Honma
Audience rating: 33.9%

ep. #50 (unknown)

10/12/1963
To find Hekku, who had departed to the west in the past but has not returned yet, Astro Boy and Higeoyaji also travel back in time.
Technical director: Shigeyuki Hayashi, Scenario: Tatsuo Shibayama
Audience rating: 31.1%

ep. #51 (unknown)

17/12/1963
The robot elephant Zora malfunctions and runs away into the jungle. There, Astro Boy is taking care of a little elephant Pura that has gotten separated from its fellows.
Technical director: Mushi Prod. Enshutsubu (Osamu Tezuka)
Audience rating: 30.4%

ep. #52 (unknown)

24/12/1963
An old man who comes from Planet Regel to the Earth brings a snow lion with him. Then, aliens from Planet Regel start to spray cosmic snow that sucks up all energy... Astro Boy takes off for space to save the Earth, where cities have stopped functioning.
Technical director: Hideaki Yamamoto, Scenario: Yoshitake Suzuki
Audience rating: 28.9%

ep. #53 (unknown)

31/12/1963
It is New Year's Eve, 1963. Uran finds a picture while cleaning the house. With the picture as a clue, Astro Boy and Dr. Ochanomizu begin to piece together the past. This episode is a special edition that includes an introduction of "The making of the film of Astro Boy."
Technical director: Gizaburô Sugii, Scenario: Ken'ichi Takahashi
Audience rating: 31.2%

ep. #54 (unknown)

04/01/1964
Dr. Tenma, who once dumped his "child" Astro Boy, wants him back and asks the gang Skunk for help. Skunk's group, the "Illusionary Club," succeeds in abducting Astro Boy and his family...
Technical director: Shigeyuki Hayashi, Scenario: Fumiyuki Honma
Audience rating: 31.2%

ep. #16 (rebroadcast) (unknown)

11/01/1964
The vehicle "White Planet" participates in the Round-the-world Grand Prix, but a gang breaks it to prevent it from winning. So Dr. Ochanomizu offers to load White Planet with Astro Boy's artificial intelligence.
Technical director: Yûsaku Sakamoto
Audience rating: 35.2%

ep. #55 (unknown)

18/01/1964
The royal family of the palace satellite Yoranna gets what they are told is "rejuvenating gas" from earthlings. When it turns out to be just teargas, however, they launch an H-bomb missile toward the Earth in retaliation.
Technical director: Tadami Kataoka, Scenario: Tadami Kataoka
Audience rating: 38.8%

ep. #56 (unknown)

25/01/1964
Aliens planning to collect information about the Earth abduct Dr. Ochanomizu. Atom, on a mission to rescue the doctor, visits Earth Defense Base on the moon, but the aliens destroy the base.
Technical director: Atsushi Takagi, Scenario: Yoshitake Suzuki
Audience rating: 40.3%

ep. #57 (unknown)

01/02/1964
Humans can see the beauty of things and be impressed by them. In order to learn these feelings, called "heart," Atom, Uran and Lara start attending a robot school.
Technical director: Hideaki Yamamoto, Scenario: Tatsuo Shibayama
Audience rating: 37.5%

ep. #58 (unknown)

08/02/1964
Atom and Dr. Ochanomizu decipher ancient code of 200,000 years ago. Discovering that hidden hints in the thirteen statues of god in Western Island might lead them to the secrets of outer space, they head for the island.
Technical director: Shigeyuki Hayashi, Scenario: Fumiyuki Honma
Audience rating: 36.9%

ep. #59 (unknown)

15/02/1964
Gaston, who has stolen a blueprint of a robot from a UFO, requests the Science Ministry to build the robot exactly as shown on the blueprint, without indicating its source. The completed robot Buron turns out to be a destructive weapon, and starts to destroy everything.
Technical director: Tadami Kataoka, Scenario: Ken'ichi Takahashi
Audience rating: 36.8%

ep. #60 (unknown)

22/02/1964
Technical director: Shigeru Aoki, Scenario: Fumiyuki Honma
Audience rating: 34.8%

ep. #61 (unknown)

29/02/1964
The last of the Nazis demand the government of the Earth to turn over the planet, threatening to shower it with space parasites. When the government refuses to surrender, a group of UFOs containing space parasites come swarming toward the Earth.
Technical director: Mushi Prod. Enshutsubu (Hideaki Yamamoto)
Audience rating: 35.5%

ep. #62 (unknown)

07/03/1964
Wishing to have a "heart" like a human, Atom has his body equipped with a heart that can feel fear. Soon after, a phantom ship appears over the Indian Ocean. Atom is sent to investigate it, but he is scared out of his wits.
Technical director: Shigeyuki Hayashi, Scenario: Tatsuo Shibayama
Audience rating: 39.9%

ep. #63 (unknown)

14/03/1964
Dr. Zulu places a bomb in an artificial iceberg and tries to trigger a flood. Discovering the plot, Atom sets out to prevent the explosion, but...
Technical director: Hideaki Yamamoto, Scenario: Ken'ichi Takahashi, Hideaki Yamamoto
Audience rating: 39%

ep. #64 (unknown)

21/03/1964
Tick and Tack get lost in the depths of the Unzen Mountain, and decide to stay for a night in a deserted house inhabited by a vampire. The vampire (Dr. Pedan) tries to turn Tick into a vampire, but Atom comes to rescue them.
Technical director: Yûsaku Sakamoto
Audience rating: 36.2%

ep. #65 (unknown)

28/03/1964
A massive tidal wave breaks. Atom flies up to stop the wave, but crashes into the sea. Then an escapee robot Boggy saves the unconscious Atom.
Technical director: Shigeyuki Hayashi, Original idea: Taku Mayumura, Scenario: Tatsuo Shibayama
Audience rating: 37.1%

ep. #66 (unknown)

04/04/1964
In order to rid the earth of space pirates, Atom destroys their mother ship. The pirates, however, are holding some hostages and demand that Atom withdraw. Atom is helpless.
Technical director: Hideaki Yamamoto, Scenario: Ken'ichi Takahashi
Audience rating: 37.9%

ep. #67 (unknown)

11/04/1964
While playing in the toy section, Uran imbues some of the toys with artificial intelligence. Among these are some with evil hearts. Atom asks the good toys to help him stop the bad dolls from doing misdeeds.
Technical director: Osamu Tezuka, Scenario: Kahei Nô
Audience rating: 35.5%

ep. #15 (rebroadcast) (unknown)

18/04/1964
A flying disk from Planet Alfee is busily collecting water from the Earth. Astro Boy learns that they are collecting water for their hometown because it suffers a water shortage. Planet Alfee, however, had already been ruined...
Technical director: Shûji Konno
Audience rating: 37%

ep. #68 (unknown)

25/04/1964
Atom is babysitting in an ancient amusement park when a dragon flies off with a small child in front of his. Then the dinosaurs demand food for ransom. So Atom...
Technical director: Shigeyuki Hayashi, Scenario: Tadami Kataoka
Audience rating: 39.3%

ep. #69 (unknown)

02/05/1964
Dr. Temp, who has completed his killing-beam machine, is planning to ruin the "Conference of Scientists." Discovering the plot, Atom takes on the doctor.
Technical director: Hideaki Yamamoto, Scenario: Ken'ichi Takahashi
Audience rating: 35.9%

ep. #70 (unknown)

09/05/1964
Rafflesia, the largest flower on earth, is found to be in fact a plant man from outer space. This flower, which needs radioactivity to survive, is stronger than it looks, and even Atom is no match for it.
Technical director: Yûsaku Sakamoto, Scenario: Aritsune Toyota
Audience rating: 37%

ep. #71 (unknown)

16/05/1964
"Red Star" is heading toward the Earth. Watching Atom struggle to save the Earth from a collision, Bem, a high-powered bomb robot, decides that the only way to save the Earth and Atom is to blow himself up.
Technical director: Hideaki Yamamoto, Scenario: Hideaki Yamamoto
Audience rating: 33.5%

ep. #72 (unknown)

23/05/1964
Atom is chasing gangs who have run away by rocket. Then he finds them in a shelter station being attacked by aliens. He helps the gangs, but finds himself drifting in space with them after the station is destroyed.
Technical director: Shigeyuki Hayashi, Scenario: Kahei Nô
Audience rating: 35.8%

ep. #34 (rebroadcast) (unknown)

30/05/1964
Technical director: Studio Zero Enshutsubu (Shin'ichi Suzuki)
Audience rating: 36.5%

ep. #73 (unknown)

06/06/1964
The daughter of Dr. Putt, a descendant of the Mohican tribe, is kidnapped. When he sees Uran, who is a look-alike of his daughter, he takes Atom and his fellows for the kidnappers.
Technical director: Shigeru Aoki, Scenario: Tatsuo Shibayama
Audience rating: 36.2%

ep. #74 (unknown)

13/06/1964
It is thought that a highly advanced civilization might exist underground. To test this hypothesis, Atom and Uran set out on an underground expedition. There they get attacked by underground men.
Technical director: Hideaki Yamamoto, Original idea: Arashi Ishizu, Scenario: Hideaki Yamamoto, Animation director: Shigeru Aoki
Audience rating: 36.4%

ep. #75 (unknown)

20/06/1964
In order to collect the hidden treasures of the Inca that are scattered around the world, the old man Kapack, who has the power to move things with his mind, asks Tondale for help. Tondale, however, plans to get all the gold to himself, and starts an attack on the world with a special machine that enhances mind power.
Technical director: Shigeyuki Hayashi, Scenario: Aritsune Toyota
Audience rating: 33.8%

ep. #76 (unknown)

27/06/1964
Dr. Morse succeeds in corresponding with Planet Paranoia, which is more civilized than the Earth. With the help of Atom, the doctor assembles a mysterious box following the instructions on a blueprint sent from the planet, but...
Technical director: Mushi Prod. Enshutsubu (Hideaki Yamamoto), Scenario: Aritsune Toyota
Audience rating: 37.6%

ep. #77 (unknown)

04/07/1964
A boy named "Looks" is deeply attached to the robot that has brought him up. He loves the robot as if it were his mother. From the day the robot is destroyed by another robot, he begins to hate all robots. Then he forms an exclusive organization called "Black Looks," and starts to oppress robots...
Technical director: Hideaki Yamamoto, Scenario: Hideaki Yamamoto
Audience rating: 31.8%

ep. #78 (unknown)

11/07/1964
Atom and his friends jump into the far future world by accident. There, they see the cruel Pepper tribe treating their enemy tribes as slaves.
Technical director: Shigeru Aoki, Scenario: Aritsune Toyota
Audience rating: 30%

ep. #79 (unknown)

18/07/1964
Dr. Kanekura kills world famous brain surgeon Dr. Ibal, making it look like an accident. Since the incident, a strange robot named Friday follows him around. In truth, Dr. Ibal's brain waves are controlling the robot.
Technical director: Shigeyuki Hayashi, Scenario: Masaki Tsuji
Audience rating: 29.4%

ep. #80 (unknown)

25/07/1964
Atom meets a strange creature in the wooded outskirts of Tokyo. It is a humanoid, a product of science. The humanoid named Bill does not know whether he is a creature or a machine.
Technical director: Wataru Sawa, Scenario: Tatsuo Shibayama
Audience rating: 33.1%

ep. #81 (unknown)

01/08/1964
What kind of dreams do robots have? Atom participates in an experiment of a dream machine created by Dr. Poron, and becomes the first robot that dreams. In his dream, he turns into a human.
Technical director: Tadami Kataoka, Scenario: Masaki Tsuji, Tadami Kataoka
Audience rating: 29.4%

ep. #29 (rebroadcast) (unknown)

08/08/1964
When Astro Boy gets inside the unfinished time machine in Jiro's room, he hears the voice of Jiro, who is supposed to be dead. Jiro might have traveled to another time and perhaps is having trouble coming back.
Technical director: Hideaki Yamamoto
Audience rating: 30.7%

ep. #82 (unknown)

15/08/1964
Atom participates in the Olympic games for robots, where he finds a group of robots destroying other participants in a vicious act of sabotage designed to ensure that they win the games.
Technical director: Yûsaku Sakamoto, Scenario: Yûsaku Sakamoto
Audience rating: 31%

ep. #83 (unknown)

22/08/1964
Dr. Raja, who believes in the Indian god of destruction Carley, creates a robot bird. Then it comes flying over Japan. The bird Garuda demands Atom as a sacrifice to Carley...
Technical director: Atsushi Takagi, Scenario: Aritsune Toyota
Audience rating: 38.8%

ep. #84 (unknown)

29/08/1964
Claiming to possess every inch of the ocean floor, Hall tries to build an autocratic submarine civilization. He starts to persecute the aboriginal Dolphin tribe. Atom stands up to preserve the peace on the ocean floor.
Technical director: Chikao Fujii, Scenario: Aritsune Toyota
Audience rating: 40.7%

ep. #85 (unknown)

05/09/1964
One of the latest means of traffic the new city boasts, the Beltway, is almost complete. However, someone tries to obstruct its construction, setting the site aflame. Atom sets off to protect the Beltway.
Technical director: Shigeru Aoki, Scenario: Masaki Tsuji
Audience rating: 33.5%

ep. #86 (unknown)

12/09/1964
Dr. Tempo is waiting for a chance to become the next director of the Science Ministry. With his time gun that can send its targets to the past, he sends the bothersome Atom and Dr. Ochanomizu to the middle Ages.
Technical director: Shigeyuki Hayashi, Scenario: Aritsune Toyota
Audience rating: 36.3%

ep. #87 (unknown)

19/09/1964
Atom exchanges messages with a star nymph, and sets out on an expedition to find the pure water the nymph needs. The star nymph is, in fact, a princess of the Planet Keios. She is trying to turn into a cocoon with pure water on a full-moon night in preparation for emergence.
Technical director: Wataru Sawa, Scenario: Kahei Nô
Audience rating: 38.2%

ep. #88 (unknown)

26/09/1964
The pilot of a rocket that has made an emergency landing is suffering from a strange disease. After they hear a voice from within the pilot's body, Atom and Higeoyaji are reduced to tiny figures, and get into the body. Inside, they see bacteria-sized aliens.
Technical director: Tadami Kataoka, Scenario: Tadami Kataoka
Audience rating: 36.3%

ep. #89 (unknown)

03/10/1964
Dr. Ochanomizu accepts a request to repair robots in the Scambo Empire. The robot he repairs, however, turns out to be the president of the Empire. The doctor's life is in danger, as he now knows the secret.
Technical director: Gizaburô Sugii (Art Flesh), Original idea: Osamu Tezuka
Audience rating: 38.2%

ep. #90 (unknown)

10/10/1964
A robot child has a fight with a human child, making the child cry. The humans become angry when they hear this, and a war breaks out between humans and robots.
Technical director: Osamu Tezuka, Scenario: Osamu Tezuka
Audience rating: 32.7%

ep. #17 (rebroadcast) (unknown)

17/10/1964
"Robot Land" is a theme park where robots dressed as the main characters of children's books entertain children. In its underground factory, however, slave robots are forced to make weapons.
Technical director: Gizaburô Sugii
Audience rating: 32.2%

ep. #91 (unknown)

24/10/1964
Garon, a robot Atom has sent back to space, comes back. Seeing Atom struggle hard to fend off Garon, the Earth Robot Army stand together to attack Garon.
Technical director: Chikao Fujii, Scenario: Tatsuo Shibayama
Audience rating: 31.4%

ep. #92 (unknown)

31/10/1964
In order to save patients suffering from space disease on Mars, a serum is sent to Mars from the Earth. All the transport ships carrying the serum, however, get destroyed on their way. Atom, together with the three robot knights, goes into space to protect the last of the serum.
Technical director: Shigeru Aoki, Scenario: Kahei Nô, Mitsuo Kaminashi, Animation director: Shigeru Aoki
Audience rating: 34.2%

ep. #93 (unknown)

07/11/1964
There is a robot that has been dumped along with other junk during the cleaning of the warehouse in the Science Ministry. It is a prototype of Atom, made by Dr. Tenma, named Cobalt. When Cobalt wakes from sleep, he tries to go back to the Science Ministry, but...
Technical director: Shigeyuki Hayashi, Scenario: Masaki Tsuji
Audience rating: 40%

ep. #94 (unknown)

14/11/1964
The construction of a dam near the Bering Strait is hampered by difficulties. Dr. Zeman's research is required to solve the problem. Atom goes to ask for help from the doctor who lives a secluded life in the depth of the Alps because of his hatred for civilization. Atom, however, finds the doctor being attacked by another robot that is after the research material.
Technical director: Wataru Sawa, Scenario: Ken'ichi Takahashi
Audience rating: 37.3%

ep. #95 (unknown)

21/11/1964
A missile base is completely controlled by computer. Now, the computer is out of control, setting the stage for nuclear attack. In fact, this is a means of personal revenge by Dr. Yakoref, who has lost the competition for the design of the base. Atom starts to disassemble the computer, but...
Technical director: Tadami Kataoka, Shigeyuki Hayashi, Scenario: Tadami Kataoka
Audience rating: 33.5%

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