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A robot with a cactus-shaped headpiece, used for camouflage, and four mechanical legs. He was equipped with two energy cannons that could alter matter.
Often served as the comic relief and usually used as a spy.
Behind the Scenes
- Cactus Head was voiced by Pat Fraley
- Character design by Enrique May
- Episode 03: The Day the Town was Taken
- Episode 05: Kerium Fever - While spying in Fort Kerium, Cactus Head learned that he Prairie People had access to greater Kerium wealth than the prospectors. He went back to the Hexagon to tell Tex Hex. Later, when Cactus Head accidentally broke one of Tex' robots, he was shot by a beam from Texs eyes. Tex then referred to Cactus Head as 'Spindle legged fool' and 'Pincushion'.
- Episode 07: No Drums, No Trumpets - Having overheared BraveStarr and Thirty/Thirty talking about Paco settling in a valley that Cactus Head knew Sand Storm claimed for himself, he informed Sand Storm at the Hexagon. He accompanied Sand Storm to the Valley to cheer him on. Once Michelle was being held captive a the Hexagon, Cactus Head fired his freeze rays at the rescue party. But BraveStarr picked him up, turn him upside down and spun him, headfirst into a collection of pots.
- Episode 08: Showdown at Sawtooth
- Episode 09: BraveStarr and the Law
- Episode 10: Eye of the Beholder
- Episode 11: Eyewitness
- Episode 13: BraveStarr and the Medallion
- Episode 16: Hail, Hail, The Gang's All Here
- Episode 19: Skuzz and Fuzz (none speaking role)
- Episode 20: Who Am I?
- Episode 29: Hostage
- Episode 31: BraveStarr and the Treaty (none speaking role)
- Episode 33: Rampage
- Episode 44: Tex's Terrible Night (appears in present and flashforward)
- Episode 45: Revolt of the Prairie People (none speaking role)
- Episode 48: Tex but no Hex
- Episode 65: Strength of the Bear - Cactus Head overheared BraveStarr taking leave of Thirty/Thirty to venture into the wilderness alone and informed Sand Storm about this opportunity.