Luno the White Stallion facts for kids
Luno the White Stallion was a Terrytoons television series that aired in the mid-1960s. It centered on a little boy named Tim who had a toy horse Pegasus of marble white named Luno who would come alive and whisk him off on adventures in far off lands when Tim said the words, "Oh winged horse of marble white, take me on a magic flight". The series was produced by William Weiss, and directed by Connie Rasinski and Arthur Bartsch.
Luno the White Stallion - Bob McFadden
Tim - Norma MacMillan and Dayton Allen
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