Gorilla Grodd uses a mind-control device to obtain isotopes that will help destroy Gorilla City. To that end, he enlists Flash to oppose the Green Lantern.

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Green Lantern / John Stewart / Driver (voice)
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The Flash / Wally West (voice)
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Gorilla Grodd (voice)
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Solovar / Car Owner (voice)
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Dr. Mary / Blonde Girl (voice) (as Catherine Cavadini)
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Dr. Louis / Detective #2 / Bum (voice)
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Detective (voice)
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Dr. Sarah Corwin / Black-Haired Girl (voice)
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SWAT Officer / Vendor (voice)
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Gorilla Grodd uses a mind-control device to obtain isotopes that will help destroy Gorilla City. To that end, he enlists Flash to oppose the Green Lantern.

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Trivia

Flash's hallucination sequence features several references to various covers of different Flash comics: Overweight Flash - Flash #115: "The Day Flash Weighed 1,000 pounds" (1959); Puppet Flash - Flash #133: "Plight of the Puppet Flash" (1959); The three-sided mirror/distortion - Flash #105: "The Master of Mirrors!" (1959) & Flash #136: "The Mirror Master's Invincible Bodyguards!" (1963); Big-headed Flash - Flash #177 (1968), Green Lantern #13: "Duel of the Super-heroes" (1960) & Justice League of America #7: "Fun-House Mirror". See more »

Quotes

Dr. Sarah Corwin: [he disappears from where she was aiming the gun at him to behind her] How - ?
The Flash: You blinked.
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References Planet of the Apes (1968) See more »

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Justice League Theme
Written by Lolita Ritmanis
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part 1of 2 episodes
29 October 2008 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

this the first of a two part episode.i can't say i was overly impressed with this episode.for one thing,i didn't think the voices fit,but maybe that just takes some getting used to.after all,this is the first full episode of the Justice League o have seen.however,i also didn't think the story was that great.i found it ordinary.this episode only features The Flash and Green Lantern.i will say though,that the episode was very fast paced.it was over before i knew it.i also liked the touches of humour.i didn't really like the animation that much,but again,that could be something that takes getting used to.i find it hard to rate this particular episode.there are some things i didn't like about it,yet i didn't find it awful,or boring.despite the problems i had with it,it certainly passes the time.i give it a 5/10


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