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  • Defenders Of The Earth Cartoon Episode Guide
  • Distributed by: King Features Syndicate.
  • Cartoon Characters: Flash Gordon, Mandrake the Magician, Lothar, Lothar Jr. (L.J.), The Phantom/Kit Walker, Richard "Rick" Gordon, Jedda Walker, Kshin, Zuffy, Prince Kro-tan, Ming the Merciless, Dynak X.
  • Originally Released in 1986.
  • Color
  • Running Time: 30 minutes.
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

Cartoon Summary:


On a cool London evening, outside the Museum of Antiquity, Mandrake the Magician and Lothar rescue the beautiful adventurer Atascadero from the clutches of Garax, Ming's warlord. The reason-an ancient map of Tibet showing the location of the completely isolated Valley of Ubris where three enormous "jewels of power" are rumored to reside. Atascadero offers a three way split. Mandrake's interest in beautiful women and adventure leave him no choice. Unfortunately, Garax's robot memory was able to photograph the map as well and Ming believes these stones hold a secret that will allow him to conquer the Earth. The rest of the Defenders smell trouble. The Phantom knows the complete legend and the enormous danger involved with removing the gems. Mandrake, Lothar and Atascadero find out that the "Gems" are really very powerful eggs that when moved release a huge dragon from outerspace. Meanwhile, Garax and a squad of Ice Robots move in and try to snatch the Jewels only to be driven back by the frightful mother dragon who "hatches" the brood in a nearby volcano and disappears into space.

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