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Street Sharks (Series)

Street Sharks (Series) (1994) Cartoon Series Street Sharks (Series)

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DiC Entertainment, Surge Entertainment J. Michael Lee, Andy Rannells, D. Kevin Williams, Terry Berner, Pam Carter, Matt Hill, Lee Tockar, Jim Hoggatt; Full Voice Cast Full Voice Cast..
  • 1994
  • Street Sharks Television Cartoon Series
  • DiC Entertainment, Surge Entertainment
  • Cartoon Characters: Dr. Piranoid, Streex, Big Slammu, Slobster, Killamari, Slash, Lena, Bends, Ripster, Jab, Guy in the Sky.
  • Vocal Talent: J. Michael Lee (Dr. Piranoid), Andy Rannells (Streex), D. Kevin Williams (Big Slammu, Slobster, Killamari), Terry Berner (Slash), Pam Carter (Lena), Matt Hill (Jab), Lee Tockar (Ripster), Jim Hoggatt (Bends), Tony Wike (Guy in the Sky).

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Imagine a time when DNA genetic engineering has emerged from the science lab into an everyday growth industry. When an evil genetic engineer, Dr. Piranhoid,...  (more)

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Anyone who likes action featuring cool creatures as the main cast as oppose to mere humans should love this. Four teenage boys were genetically engineered or "gene slammed" into half man and half sharks by a mad, though most admirable, scientist,...  (read more)

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