An old fembot sighting - Still Unsolved

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Postby sparky » Thu Feb 08, 2007 1:15 pm

wow i looked VERY hard! :shock: this fembot may be lost forever! sorry i couldnt come thru for ya :?

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Postby Propman » Thu Mar 08, 2007 5:48 pm

I remember watching this cartoon when I was a kid. I can't understand swedish, but the robot woman is called Cyanide, one of the main antagonist in this show.
The show was probably called 'spirou and fantasio', or something like that, but i can't find much on the tv series.

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Postby Rotwang » Thu Mar 08, 2007 11:03 pm

Spirou (French) or Robbedoes (dutch) is a comic book series. In the first title she looked like a marilyn monroebot, but they had to change her design for copyright reasons. She can control machines through robotic telepathy.

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Looks like we're going off track here

Postby bilbo » Fri Mar 09, 2007 1:15 pm

Noidguy is talking about a Film, not a comic book or a cartoon. Anybody got any relevant ideas about this thread?
Gromit is dead long live Bilbo

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Re: An old fembot sighting - Still Unsolved

Postby hokysmokes » Sat Nov 10, 2012 5:21 pm

Fast forward almost 6 years. Any new info? There was a series starring Michale Pare' called Starhunter that might have fit the description, but I can't find any detailed episode reviews.

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Re: An old fembot sighting - Still Unsolved

Postby DocHoliday » Sun Jul 24, 2016 5:25 pm

This definitely needs to be revisited! It sounds TOO GOOD to let go. Does anyone know how to post this question online (outside of the community)?

We can reach out for help! Someone has got to know where to find this!!

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Re: An old fembot sighting - Still Unsolved

Postby DocHoliday » Mon Mar 11, 2019 8:27 am

noidguy wrote:All these years and I still haven't figured out what this is. Read the description below, written by Miss Molly Maid at least 7 years ago.

I was scanning through the stations on the satellite last night and came
across a very interesting show that I was wondering if anyone else saw...I
caught the tail part of it and have no idea what channel it was even on

There was a bar scene, a typical bar atmosphere, everyone having a good
time, waitresses, etc, and a female barmaid. Her name was Victoria. A very
nice average build, in her late 20's I would say. She was behind the bar,
chatting with the customers, and went to fix a drink. She touched something
under the bar and there was a zap. No big deal, until the barmaid started
rambling words and doing robotic actions back and forth doing the same
thing. She was stuck in a "WHILE - DO" Loop....Victoria was a robot!!! A
man then came onto the other side of the bar and reached behind her ear and
she stopped. She was wearing a black leather skirt and apron, with a Silk
blue blouse with buttons in the back. The man undid the rear buttons and
exposed a panel where he needed a key to open. He opened her up, exposing
alot of flashing LED's etc...and hit a button. He closed her back up and
reached behind her ear and turned her on. After a few jerking actions,
Victoria said..."Thank You"... And then told the man that she needs to be
sent back to the factory soon to fix all her "malfunctions".

I thought this was soooooo cool! Did anyone else get a glimpse of this...I
am so mad at myself for not taping it or finding what satelite station it
was on!

This is ASFR at its finest!


Now that our audience has grown I'm hoping somebody can put a title to this movie.



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