Gargoyles: The Goliath Chronicles: Season 1, Episode 4

Broadway Goes to Hollywood (28 Sep. 1996)

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The "Manhattan Clan" is left completely speechless, when they discover Broadway has left, with Fox to go to Hollywood in an attempt to establish "public relations", between humans & ... See full summary »

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Cast

Episode credited cast:
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Goliath (voice)
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Hudson (voice)
Brigitte Bako ...
Angela (voice)
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S. Scott Bullock ...
Lamont (voice)
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Hugo (voice)
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Broadway (voice)
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David Xanatos (voice)
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Jackal (voice)
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Hyena (voice)
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Shauna Coyle (voice)
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The "Manhattan Clan" is left completely speechless, when they discover Broadway has left, with Fox to go to Hollywood in an attempt to establish "public relations", between humans & Gargoyles... but Jackal and Hyena, have other plans in store for "the Lone Gargoyle"...! Written by CrabbyLion 2370

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28 September 1996 (USA)  »

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Owen Burnett's hand was turned to stone in Gargoyles: The Price. His hand was frozen as he made fist. In one scene, his stone hand is holding some files and you can see his stone fingers. See more »

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Fox: Oh, David, dealing with the media is *my* specialty. If this project succeeds, it will not only bring humans and gargoyles closer together, it might even get our lives back to normal.
David Xanatos: I know it's no use trying to discourage you. So what can I say except, keep me posted, and give my regards to Broadway.
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