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The Symbiote Syndrome

The Symbiote Syndrome (1997) Season 1 Episode 7- Men In Black: The Series Cartoon Episode Guide The Symbiote Syndrome

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Amblin Entertainment, Adelaide Productions Keith Diamond, Charles Napier, Jennifer Lien, Ed O'Ross, Rino Romano, Ronny Cox, Sherman Howard Alexx Van Dyne Duane Capizzi, Frank Paur, Rafael Rosado, Jeff Kline, Laurie MacDonald, Walter F. Parkes, Richard Raynis Jim Latham
  • 1997
  • Amblin Entertainment, Adelaide Productions
  • Columbia Tristar Television
  • Men In Black: The Series Episode Guide
  • Cartoon Characters: Jay, Zed, Elle, Kay, Troy the Symbiote.
  • Vocal Talent: Keith Diamond (Jay), Charles Napier (Zed), Jennifer Lien (Elle), Ed O'Ross (Kay), Rino Romano (Troy the Symbiote), Ronny Cox, Sherman Howard.
  • Directed By Alexx Van Dyne.
  • Produced By Duane Capizzi, Frank Paur, Rafael Rosado.
    Executive Producers: Jeff Kline, Laurie MacDonald, Walter F. Parkes, Richard Raynis.
  • Written By Nathan Chew.

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Jay discovers that Troy the Symbiote has amazing powers.

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