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>Marvel Productions Ltd., Sunbow Productions, DiC Entertainment
  • Marvel Productions Ltd., Sunbow Productions, DiC Entertainment
  • Animated Characters: Duke, Blowtorch, Clutch, Lift Ticket, Major Bludd, Scrap-Iron, Tollbooth, Xamot, Ace, Barbeque, Scarlett, Destro, Iceberg, Stalker, Wild Bill, Short Fuse, Torch, Polly, Junkyard, Cobra Commander, Ripper, Steeler, Gung-Ho, Breaker, General Hawk, Baroness, Quick Kick, Flint, Lady Jaye.
    Additional Characters: Low-Light, Wet Suit, Pierre LaFonte, Taurus, Beach Head, Airborne, Nemesis Enforcer, Zandar, Dr. Mindbender, Dial Tone, Mike Randall, Serpentor, B.A. LaCarre, Buck McCann, Slip-Stream, Charles Fairmont, Dr. Filmoss, Tommy Talltree, Timothy Penser, Sci-Fi, Vena, Leatherneck, Cross-Country, Snow Job, Tripwire, WWI American Pilot, Mainframe, Zarana, Thrasher, Sgt. Slaughter, Lifeline.
  • First Aired in 1983.
  • Episode Number: 4007
  • Running Time: 30 minutes.
  • Color
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

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This series was also known as "GI Joe: A Great American Hero." It was one of the first daily syndicated animated series to "push" its action-figure star.

The series was based on the 1983 "fighting force" of five different dolls, not the original 1960's GI Joe produced by Hasbro.

Originally a weekly series, it became a daily in 1985.

Traditional, Hand-drawn Animation.

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