The Transformers: Season 2, Episode 34

Prime Target (14 Nov. 1985)
"Transformers" Prime Target (original title)

TV Episode  |  TV-Y7  |   |  Animation, Action, Adventure
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A wealthy and eccentric big game hunter named Lord Chumley attempts to capture Optimus Prime in order to complete his collection of exotic trophies.


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Episode credited cast:
Jack Angel ...
Astrotrain (voice)
Michael Chain ...
Hoist (voice)
Jazz (voice)
Walker Edmiston ...
Inferno (voice)
Ed Gilbert ...
Blitzwing (voice)
Bumblebee (voice)
Buster Jones ...
Blaster (voice)
Teletraan 1 (voice)
Chris Latta ...
Starscream (voice)
Morgan Lofting ...
Oktober Guard (voice)
Cosmos / Tracks (voice)
Dinsmore / Beachcomber / Warpath (voice)
Peter Renaday ...
Lord Chumley / Grapple (voice) (as Pete Renaday)
John Stephenson ...
Huffer / Windcharger (voice)


A Russian jet is stolen by a wealthy and eccentric big game hunter named Lord Chumley. He intends to hunt down Optimus Prime and add him to his exotic collection. Using a number of sophisticated traps, Lord Chumley imprisons a number of Autobots. Optimus head off to rescue them and fights through Chumley's traps. He rescues the Autobots and sends the stolen jet back to the Soviet Union with Chumley tied to its nose. Written by Shatterdaymorn

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The unnamed newscaster who appears throughout the episode is Hector Ramirez, a character created by Buzz Dixon as a parody of Geraldo Rivera. Originally intended as a onetime character for the G.I. Joe episode G.I. Joe: Twenty Questions (1985), Ramirez would later appear in other Hasbro based productions, Transformers, Jem (1985), and InHumanoids (1986). According to Dixon, this was meant to imply that the four series took place in the same universe. See more »


When Lord Chumley is begging for his life, his spoken dialog ends before his lips stop moving. See more »


[first lines]
Oktober Guard: Oktober Guard-1 to base, I'm receiving a sonar reading from beneath the ice. Probable submarine.
[a giant hook pierces the jet from beneath the ice]
Oktober Guard: Comrades, I've been struck! Damage critical. I'm ejecting.
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References Lord Chumley (1914) See more »

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