Yes, I am going to get off of my dead arse in a day or two and post Part Two of "The Orphan" here.
But, in the meantime, here's a bit of vintage('68, to be precise)Saturday morning cartoon footage from YouTube to keep you entertained while you're waiting.
The opening and closing title clips shown below are from the 1968 Filmation animated adaptation of "Fantastic Voyage", which ran on ABC TV from '68 to '70, and which was one of the better-done Saturday morning shows of its day.
By the way, the narration in the opening titles is provided by the late Mr. Ted Knight, whom you probably know best as either Ted Baxter from "The Mary Tyler Moore Show", or Mr. Rush from "Too Close For Comfort", who not only provided narration for this show, as well as the voice of the show's team commander, Jonathan Kidd, but who did voices for at least two other Saturday morning shows in the mid-'60's through early '70's.
Lastly, the closing titles, with the ominous reiterations of the show's theme, combined with the sound effects of the various machines operating with no controllers about, and the visuals, make for one of the most effectively creepy and memorable end titles for any film or television project I've ever seen.
Anyhow, enjoy and be seeing you.