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'Penn Zero: Part-Time Hero' Clip Features Sean Astin | Exclusive

'Penn Zero: Part-Time Hero' Clip Features Sean Astin | Exclusive
Who doesn't love Sean Astin? A child actor who grew up as Hollywood royalty, the fan favorite has starred in some of the most beloved movies of all time. His work includes The Goonies, The Lord of the Rings and Rudy, just to name a few. In the past few year's he has really ramped up his voice work. And this monday, you'll get to hear him as Blaze, a dragon cadet, in a new episode of Disney Xd's Penn Zero: Part-Time Hero.

In Where Dragons Dare, Penn must overcome his jealousy of popular fellow cadet Blaze. It's up to Penn to complete his mission, and finish at the top of his class at Dragon Flight School. This episode is not only special for bringing in Sean Astin, but accomplished musician Kenny Loggins is singing five original songs. The song lyrics are by Jeff Poliquin with music by Ryan Shore.
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In memoriam: actor James Avery

News Ryan Lambie 2 Jan 2014 - 07:38

The actor James Avery, one of the stars of The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air and countless other shows, has sadly passed away.

We're sad to learn that James Avery, the distinctive and extremely talented actor best known for his role as Philip Banks in 90s comedy series The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air, has passed away at the age of 68.

Although Banks was arguably Avery's signature role, he worked extraordinarily hard throughout his career, repeatedly appearing in TV movies and series from 1980 onwards. His credits included The Closer, Star Trek: Enterprise, The Legend Of Prince Valiant and La Law, and his voice could also be heard in the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles animated 80s and early 90s series, The Real Ghostbusters and the dubbed version of the cult Japanese anime, Fist Of The North Star

Avery was primarily a TV actor, but he appeared in several movies,
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The Legend of Prince Valiant: Win The Complete 65 Episode Series on DVD!

Prince Valiant began as a Sunday comic strip in 1937, created by legendary artist Hal Foster. In 1991, the Family Channel began airing The Legend of Prince Valiant, an animated series based on the strip.

The TV show tells the story of an exiled prince who is on a quest to become one of the Knights of the Round Table. As they travel to Camelot, brave Prince Valiant, feisty Rowanne, and woodsman Arn bond in their common desire to defeat practitioners of evil during their treacherous journey. The strong moral center of the series earned The Legend of Prince Valiant the Humanitas Award in 1993 and three Silver Angel awards.

The voice cast for the series includes Robby Benson, Michael Horton, Noelle North, Alan Oppenheimer, Efrem Zimbalist Jr., Tim Curry, Samantha Eggar, James L. Avery Sr., and Dorian Harewood.

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