Justice League: Season 1, Episode 25

The Savage Time: Part II (9 Nov. 2002)

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Mired in World War II, the Leaguers discover that Vandal Savage has usurped Hitler and is getting technology from his future self, setting the stage for his eventual rule.

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Superman / Clark Kent / Wildman (voice)
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The Flash / Wally West / André Blanc-Dumont / Josef / Nazi Soldier (voice)
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Vandal Savage (voice)
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Steve Trevor (voice)
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Sgt. Rock (voice)
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General Hoffman (voice) (as Grant Albrecht)
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Mired in World War II, the Leaguers discover that Vandal Savage has usurped Hitler and is getting technology from his future self, setting the stage for his eventual rule.

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In addition to the speaking appearances of the DC World War II characters including Steve Trevor, Sergeant Rock and Easy Company (Bulldozer, Wildman & Ice Cream Soldier) and The Blackhawks, there are more subtle references. The Suicide Squad make an appearance, for instance, and one of the wounded at a medical station has his head completely wrapped in bandages, the visual trademark of the DC Comics World War II spy character The Unknown Soldier. See more »

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The red armband Savage wears continually appears and disappears while he interrogates J'onn. See more »

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General Hoffman: But I ask you, how can you run an army this way? The old Fuhrer was a little crazy, yes, but at least he had some respect for his generals.
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