Devlin is an animated television series produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions for ABC in 1974. The series later appeared in reruns on Cartoon Network from 1992-2000. In 2000, The series began airing on Cartoon Network's sister channel Boomerang.


The series was inspired by the huge popularity of Evel Knievel and featured Ernie, Tod and Sandy Devlin, orphans who earned their living as circus performers. Ernie was a motorcycle daredevil, while Tod and Sandy helped out as mechanics. At almost every stop, there was some sort of crime or mystery that had to be solved by the Devlins.


  • Michael Bell – Ernie Devlin
  • Micky Dolenz – Tod Devlin
  • Michelle Robinson – Sandy Devlin
  • Norman Alden – Henry 'Hank' McSummers


  1. "Victory Over Fear" (September 7, 1974)
  2. "Hero Worshipper" (September 14, 1974)
  3. "Save That Lion" (September 21, 1974)
  4. "Todd's Triumph" (September 28, 1974)
  5. "Up, Up and Away" (October 5, 1974)
  6. "The Challenge" (October 12, 1974)
  7. "Sandy's Choice" (October 19, 1974)
  8. "Sandy's Idol" (October 26, 1974)
  9. "The Big Blast" (November 2, 1974)
  10. "Innocent or Guilty" (November 9, 1974)
  11. "Like Father, Like Son" (November 16, 1974)
  12. "Jester's Secret" (November 23, 1974)
  13. "The Stowaway" (November 30, 1974)
  14. "Sandy's Turn" (December 7, 1974)
  15. "Sandy's Decision" (December 14, 1974)
  16. "The Storyteller" (December 21, 1974)

In Other Media

  • An elderly Ernie Devlin appeared in several episodes of Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law (most prominently "The Devlin Made Me Do It" and "Grodin") voiced by Toby Huss.
Hanna-Barbera Series

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