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G.I. Joe: Spy Troops the Movie (2003)

When the Joes infiltrate Cobra Headquarters to retrieve stolen technology, they discover that Cobra has already used it to build an army of deadly androids, igniting an all out battle.

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John Payne ...
Duke (voice)
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Beachhead (voice)
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Scarlett (voice) (as Lisa-Ann Beley)
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Shipwreck (voice) (as Lee Tokar)
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Wild Bill (voice) (as Don Davis)
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Hightech (voice)
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Cobra Commander (voice)
Scott McNeil ...
Destro (voice) (as Scott McKneil)
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Baroness (voice)
Jim Foronda ...
Dr. Mindbender (voice)
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Flint (voice)
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Heavy Duty (voice)
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Polly (voice) (as Peter Kelemis)
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Storm Shadow (voice) (as Ty Olssen)
Ward Perry ...
Agent Faces / Crimson Guard (voice)
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When the Joes infiltrate Cobra Headquarters to retrieve stolen technology, they discover that Cobra has already used it to build an army of deadly androids, igniting an all out battle.

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Polly: [imitating Cobra Commander] And bring me crackers, you fools!
Cobra troops: Yes, sir!
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Version of G.I. Joe: Sigma 6 (2005) See more »

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Pretty Good
19 December 2003 | by (Minneapolis, MN) – See all my reviews

While I can't say whether or not Larry Hama ever saw any of the old cartoons, I would think that writing said cartoons, file cards, and some of the comics would count for something.

For fans of the old cartoon, this is pretty much a continuation of the same, except with a few new characters - and a more insane Cobra Commander.

We still have all the old favorites too, but on a personal note, one thing that always irritated me was this "Duke in charge" stuff, when there are tons of other *officers* around instead.

The battle sequences are similar to the old series as well; the main trick here seems to be the CGI. It's overall pretty good, if not a little over-the-top.


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