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Late '60's or early '70's mystery

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    Peggie Newbie New Member

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    I've been trying to remember more, but here's what I have. A little boy, in his bedroom. On his headboard is a flying horse statue. Some people come in, a man takes down the horse, says an incantation (partially remembered) to the horse: "Size of a... Something something!" And the statue comes to life, full size, gloriously winged. Adventure ensues. I hope someone remembers. Thanks!
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    That's "Luno," an animated series from Terrytoons. The little boy was Tim, and he brought Luno to life by saying, "O winged horse of marble white, take me on a magic flight."
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    The stories were essentially in the same format:
    Tim and Luno would go back in time to moments when history was being made. The historical figures they assisted were usually bumbling idiots and Tim and Luno usually helped save the day with the bumbling historical figures they helped getting all the credit (and their names in the history books) at the end.

    The Hanna-Barbera cartoon "The Arabian Knights" had a member named Bez who can change into various animal forms by shouting "Size of a (animal name here)."
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    Thank you
    very much!
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    hank you ver much!

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