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A Transplant For The Blue Lion

A Transplant For The Blue Lion

Alternate Title: A Transplant For Blue Lion

A Transplant For The Blue Lion (A Transplant For Blue Lion) (1981) Episode 232- Voltron Anime Episode Guide A Transplant For The Blue Lion

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Tei Company Ltd. Jack Angel, Michael Bell, Peter Cullen, Neil Ross, B.J. Ward, Lennie Weinrib Peter Keefe, John Teichman Daniel Licht, Dale Schacker
  • 1981
  • Tei Company Ltd.
  • World Events Productions
  • Voltron Episode Guide
  • Cartoon Characters: King Zarkon, Lance, Coran, King Alfor, Keith, Pidge, Princess Allura, Haggar, Nanny, Hunk, Prince Lotor, Men.
  • Vocal Talent: Jack Angel (King Zarkon), Michael Bell (Lance), Peter Cullen (Coran, King Alfor, Narrator), Neil Ross (Keith, Pidge), B.J. Ward (Princess Allura, Haggar, Nanny), Lennie Weinrib (Hunk, Prince Lotor, First Man).
  • Produced By Peter Keefe (Executive Producer).
    Associate Producer: John Teichman.

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After a serious defeat at the hands of Planet Doom, the Voltron Force desperately trains, hoping to find a new source of strength before Haggar's robot attacks again.

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