Johnny Sokko and His Flying Robot

Runtime : 25 mins

Genre : Action & Adventure Kids Sci-Fi & Fantasy

Vote Rating : 7.8/10

Last Episode To Air: 01 April 1968

Network : tv asahi

Plot : Join Johnny Sokko and his giant flying robot as they battle evil monsters and Gargoyle henchmen. An adventure ensues every episode as Johnny's computerized robot helps the Unicorns defend the world against the maniacal monstrosities created by the Gargoyles.

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