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I Am the Greatest: The Adventures of Muhammad Ali

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I Am the Greatest: The Adventures of Muhammad Ali

voke:unsubst I Am the Greatest: The Adventures of Muhammad Ali is an animated series featuring heavyweight boxing legend Muhammad Ali, who starred as his own voice. The short-lived series was broadcast Saturday mornings on NBC in the fall of 1977, but was cancelled after just 13 weeks.


  1. "The Great Alligator" – September 10, 1977
  2. "The Air Fair Affair" – September 17, 1977
  3. "The Littlest Runner" – September 24, 1977
  4. "Ali's African Adventure" – October 1, 1977
  5. "Superstar" – October 8, 1977
  6. "The Haunted Park" – October 15, 1977
  7. "Caught in the Wild" – October 22, 1977
  8. "Volcano Island" – October 29, 1977
  9. "Oasis of the Moon" – November 5, 1977
  10. "The Great Bluegrass Mountain Race" – November 12, 1977
  11. "The Werewolf of Devil's Creek" – November 19, 1977
  12. "Sissy's Climb" – November 26, 1977
  13. "Terror in the Deep" – December 3, 1977

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