Marshal Bravestarr and a female judge are sent to New Texas, a frontier planet under attack by the evil cattle spirit Stampede, who, with his ruthless sidekick Tex Hex, are vying for control of the universe, one planet at a time.
The planet Prysmos - post-technological loss. Two groups rise to dominance from the devastation to wage war upon each other. One is controlled by honest and law-abiding people and the other... See full summary »
Prince Adam and Cringer travel to Etheria in search of the one who is meant for a special destiny.....One who will gain the power to become She-ra, and who will fight to free Etheria from the Horde's evil grasp.Written by
Catra's animation model was designed by Dale Hendrickson, based on prototypes for the Mattel action figure in the Princess of Power line and various concepts from the Filmation character design department. See more »
When Bow introduces Adam to Glimmer, Bow is standing in front of Adam and raises a hand to gesture to him. In the next shot, Bow is standing about a foot behind Adam in a position that would make it impossible for him to make the gesture where Glimmer could see it. See more »
You may have defeated us, but you'll never see this child again! Ah-Hahahahahahahaha!
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Writer Larry DiTillio's last name was misspelled on the original release as 'DiTillo'. This was corrected for the DVD release. See more »
Two scenes from the TV version were altered/corrected for the theatrical version.
When Bow tells Adam he can't ask him to sacrifice himself, in "Into Etheria" he is facing the camera more than Adam. In The Secret of the Sword, it has been corrected so Bow now faces Adam.
As the Rebels gather outside Bright Moon and Queen Angella makes her demands, it is night time in "Battle for Bright Moon", but all following scenes are set in daylight. The sky is recolored to be in daylight in The Secret of the Sword.
Every now and then a film achieves greatness. An...
Every now and then a film achieves greatness. An animated movie based on a Mattel toy line might not be a place where you would expect this to happen but it did. Two years before this film came out the television show He-Man and the Masters of the Universe debuted. The show was loved by children but hated by adults who thought this was just a twisted way to get the kids to buy the toy the series was based on. Well it was or at least it was intended to be. However something wonderful happened: the show began to teach children moral values and the power of truth, courage, and honor. This film introduces characters that would begin the series She-Ra Princess of Power. The acting is brilliant, the animation perfectly tuned to fantasy, and the evil ever present and not as cartoonish as one might expect. This cartoon whether some will admit it or not was a shining beacon and a glorious presence for any kid in 1980's. Watch it without prejudice and discover wonder, majic, and heroism like you have never seen.
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