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Marvel Productions Ltd., Sunbow Productions, DiC Entertainment Michael Bell, Arthur Burghardt, Corey Burton, Zack Hoffman, Kene Holliday, John Hostetter; Full Voice Cast Full Voice Cast.. Jay Bacal, Ray Lee, Dan Thompson, Myrna Bushman, Lisa Wilson, John Gibbs; more Directors More Directors.. Jim Duffy, Sam Weiss, Dan Thompson, Art Vitello, John Ahern, Chuck Downs, Mark Glamack, John Grusd, Larry Houston, Alex Lovy, George Singer; more Producers More Producers.. Steven C. Brown, Robert T. Gillis, Rick Gehr, Larry Whelen Johnny Douglas, Ford Kinder, Spencer Michlin, Robert J. Walsh
  • 1985
  • Marvel Productions Ltd., Sunbow Productions, DiC Entertainment
  • Claster Television Productions
  • G.I. Joe Episode Guide
  • Cartoon Characters: Duke, Security Robot, Xamot, Destro, Tomax, Zartan, Roadblock, Bazooka, Breaker, Cobra Commander, Gung-Ho, Lady Jaye, Mutt, Flint, Dusty, Shipwreck, Scarlett, Alpine, Polly, Torch, Satin.
    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.
  • Vocal Talent: Michael Bell (Duke, Security Robot, Xamot), Arthur Burghardt (Destro), Corey Burton (Tomax), Zack Hoffman (Zartan), Kene Holliday (Roadblock), John Hostetter (Bazooka), Chris Latta (as Christopher Latta) (Breaker, Cobra Commander, Gung-Ho), Mary McDonald-Lewis (as Mary McDonald Lewis) (Lady Jaye), Bill Morey (Mutt), Bill Ratner (Flint), Neil Ross (Dusty, Shipwreck), B.J. Ward (Scarlett), Lee Weaver (Alpine), Frank Welker (Polly, Torch), Ketty Lester (Satin), Jackson Beck (Narrator).
    Additional Vocal Talent: Charles Adler (Low-Light), Jack Angel (Wet Suit, Pierre LaFonte), Earl Boen (Taurus), William Callaway (Beach Head), Peter Cullen (Airborne, Nemesis Enforcer, Zandar), Brian Cummings (Dr. Mindbender), Hank Garret (Dial Tone, Mike Randall), Richard Gautier (Serpentor, B.A. LaCarre, Buck McCann), Dan Gilvezan (Slip-Stream), Johnny Haymer (Charles Fairmont, Dr. Filmoss), Michael Horton (Tommy Talltree, Timothy Penser), Jerry Houser (Sci-Fi), Mona Marshall (Vena), Chuck McCann (Leatherneck), Michael McConnohie (Cross-Country), Rob Paulsen (Snow Job, Tripwire, WWI American Pilot), Patrick Pinney (Mainframe), Lisa Raggio (Zarana), Ted Schwartz (Thrasher), Sgt. Slaughter (Himself), Stan Wojno (Lifeline), Darleen Carr, Christian Czingland, Barbara Goodson, Jimmy Keegan, Hap Lawrence, Patricia Lentz, Loren Lester, Marilyn Schreffler.
  • Directed By Jay Bacal, Ray Lee, Dan Thompson.
    Assistant Directors: Myrna Bushman, Lisa Wilson.
    Supervising Directors: John Gibbs, Ray Lee, T.C. Lennon.
    Sequence Directors: Robert Alvarez, Warren Batchelder, Brad Case, Joan Case, Rudy Cataldi, Gerry Chiniquy, Chuck Downs, Lillian Evans, Bill Exter, Margaret Flores Nichols, John Freeman, Milton Gray, Bob Kirk, Bill Knoll, Al Kouzel, Bob Matz, Norm McCabe, Joe Morrison, Karen Peterson, Tom Ray, Robert Shellhorn, Bob Treat, Neal Warner.
    Creative Director: Jay Bacal.
    Assistant to Director: Myrna Bushman.
  • Produced By Jim Duffy, Sam Weiss, Dan Thompson, Art Vitello, John Ahern, Chuck (Charles) Downs, Mark Glamack, John Grusd, Larry Houston, Alex Lovy, George Singer, John Walker.
    Executive Producers: Joe Bacal, Tom Griffin, Margaret Loesch.
    Supervising Producer: Don Jurwich.
    Co-Producer: Michael Charles Hill.
    Associate Producer: Doug Booth.
  • Written By Ron Friedman.
  • Edited By Steven C. Brown, Robert T. Gillis.
    Supervising Editors: Steven C. Brown, Robert T. Gillis.
    Assistant Supervising Editor: Rick Gehr.
    Assistant Editors: Rick Gehr, Larry Whelen.

Additional Crew:



  • Voice Directors: Don Jurwich, Wally Burr.
  • Storyboard Directors: Rick Hoberg, Larry Houston, Bob Kline, Hank Tucker, Sherman Labby, Lonnie Lloyd, Don Shepard.
  • Storyboard Artists: Pat Agnacin, Del Barras, Kurt William Conner, Romeo Francisco, James L. Gomez, Adrian Gonzales, Warren William Greenwood, Doug Lefler, David Russell, Alan Shean, Romeo Tanghal, Keith Tucker, Douglas Vandegrift.
  • Layout Artist: Pat Agnacin.
  • Model Design: Russ Heath.
  • Supervising Story Editor (1985-86): Steve Gerber.
  • Story Editors: Flint Dille, Buzz Dixon, Larry Parr.
  • Production Managers: Kathy Conte, Stephanie Burt, Geraldine Frerks, Jean Frye, Carole Weitzman.
  • Post-Production Supervisors: Eric Early, Steven Heth.
  • Director of Production: Jim Graziano.
  • Music Editors: Joe Siracusa, Richard Allen, Peter Collier, Robert Randles, Mark Shiney.
  • Sound Effects Editors: Richard S. Gannon, Jim Blodgett, Richard Allen, Ted Caplan, Allison Cobb, Michael L. DePatie, John Detra, Karen V. Doulac, Bruce Elliott, Heather Elliott, Ron Fedele, Leonard T. Geschke, Brad Gunther, David Hawkins, Jerry Jacobson, Nicholas James, Richard Raderman, Warren Taylor, Michael Tomack, Peter Tomaszewicz.
  • Dubbing Supervisor: Jacquie Freeman Ross.
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixers: Larry Goodwin, Peter Reale.
  • Foley Artist: Doug Madick.
  • Model Designers: Jim Fletcher, Lee Go, Russ Heath, Carol Lundberg, Bruce W. Timm.
  • Telecine Supervisors: Andrew Golov, Sarah Swiskow.
  • Voice Recording Coordinator: Ellen Burr.
  • Voice Recording Engineer: Joel Iwataki.
  • Production Coordinators: Nellina Lombardo, Hildy Mesnik.
  • Production Assistant: Hildy Mesnik.
  • Checking Supervisor: Barbara Donatelli.
  • Creative Consultant: Jay Bacal.
  • Title Song: Spencer Michlin, Ford Kinder.
  • Executive in Charge of Production: Lee Gunther.


  • Distributed by Claster TV Productions, a division of Hasbro Industries
    Copyrighted 1983 Sunbow Productions, Inc.
    Copyright 1983 Hasbro Industries, Inc.
    Sunbow Productions - Marvel Productions Ltd., a Cadence Company

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After Cobra takes control of the Joes' space station and uses its weapons system to attack Joe headquarters, they use the space station to power four large cubes...  (more)

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