Sonic the Hedgehog (1993–1994)
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Antoine becomes jealous of Sonic and Sally together so he sneaks out a power ring so he can defeat Robotnik and capture Sally's heart.

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Sonic the Hedgehog (voice)
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Snively (voice)
Mark Ballou ...
Rotor (voice)
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Bunnie Rabbot (voice)
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Dr. Robotnik (voice)
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Antoine Depardieu (voice)
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Miles 'Tails' Prower (voice)
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Princess Sally Acorn (voice)
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Antoine becomes jealous of Sonic and Sally together so he sneaks out a power ring so he can defeat Robotnik and capture Sally's heart.

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6 November 1993 (USA)  »

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Dr. Robotnik calls Antoine a "pathetic little rodent" despite the fact that his species (coyote) is from the mammalian order Carnivora. See more »

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Rotor: A fuel?
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Surprising amount of depth for a video game-based cartoon
12 June 2006 | by See all my reviews

TV shows, movies and other media based on video games typically don't amount to much more than glorified spin-offs of the games that they are based on; not so in this case. There's a surprising amount of depth added to the characters that helps them transcend cardboard cut-out status, especially Sonic, who gets the do more than talk tough and spout cheesy one-liners this time around. He and Antoine actually grow as characters. It's also worth noting that their adventures this time revolve around their relationships with Princess Sally, which are made all the more interesting in that their characters become decidedly more "human." Jaleel White, better known as Urkel, makes a credible action hero here with the memorable delivery of his lines and Jim Cummings does a great Darth Vader impression as the main villain. With a surprisingly dark tone, cartoons like these can be enjoyed by not only children, but anyone who likes science fiction or fantasy along the lines of "Star Wars." It's a fun ride.


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