The adventures of the legendary female western hero.
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Series cast summary:
Barbara Scaff ...  Calamity Jane 13 episodes, 1997
...  Joe Presto 13 episodes, 1997
...  Additional Voices 13 episodes, 1997
...  Additional Voices 13 episodes, 1997
...  Wild Bill Hickok 13 episodes, 1997
...  Additional Voices 13 episodes, 1997
Bruno Choel ...  Quanna Parker 13 episodes, 1997
Philip L. Clarke ...  Additional Voices 13 episodes, 1997
...  Additional Voices 13 episodes, 1997
...  Additional Voices 13 episodes, 1997
Maurice De Coster ...  Capitaine John O'Rourke 13 episodes, 1997
Jeff Dombro ...  Additional Voices 13 episodes, 1997
...  Additional Voices 13 episodes, 1997
...  Additional Voices 13 episodes, 1997
Lanier Edwards ...  Additional Voices 13 episodes, 1997
Miriam Flynn ...  Lonely Sue 13 episodes, 1997
Christopher Gambol ...  Additional Voices 13 episodes, 1997
...  Additional Voices 13 episodes, 1997
...  Additional Voices 13 episodes, 1997
...  Additional Voices 13 episodes, 1997
...  Quanna Parker 13 episodes, 1997
...  Additional Voices 13 episodes, 1997
...  Leilani 13 episodes, 1997
...  Additional Voices 13 episodes, 1997
Joe Lala ...  Additional Voices 13 episodes, 1997
Catherine Le Henan ...  Calamity Jane 13 episodes, 1997
...  Capt. John O'Rourke 13 episodes, 1997
...  Additional Voices / ... 13 episodes, 1997
...  Additional Voices 13 episodes, 1997
Bernard Métreaux ...  Wild Bill Hickok 13 episodes, 1997
...  Additional Voices 13 episodes, 1997
...  Bill Doolin 13 episodes, 1997
John Rubano ...  Additional Voices 13 episodes, 1997
Jason Siner ...  Additional Voices 13 episodes, 1997
André Valmy ...  Joe Presto 13 episodes, 1997
Michel Vigné ...  Bill Doolin 13 episodes, 1997
...  Additional Voices 13 episodes, 1997
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Quick as a viper and as overwhelming as a buffalo stampede, Calamity Jane is a hero like no other the west has ever seen. Boldly, she defies the stereotyped female role of her time and place as she fights the various villains and plots she encounters whether it be whip or gun. With the help of her partner, Joe Presto and occasional aid from her boy friend, Wild Bill Hickok, she has all she needs to take on all comers. Written by Kenneth Chisholm <kchishol@execulink.com>

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Jennifer Jason Leigh was originally cast as the voice of Calamity Jane. However, the producers decided to re-cast the role with Barbara Scaff, two weeks before the show was to premiere. None of the dialogue recorded by Leigh was used in the final show. However, due to the short notice, the promotional ads aired on the WB used the lines by Leigh. See more »

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I liked this show, but...
8 February 2012 | by See all my reviews

I was really looking forward to seeing this program when it first came out, if for no other reason than to see a female action hero in a genre which has so very few of them. The animation, by Warner Brothers, is as good as one would expect, and the voice acting is above average, but I really was disappointed by how the character of Jane was handled. First of all, she uses a bull-whip instead of a gun, apparently since American animators have a problem depicting female characters using deadly weapons. Never mind the fact that going into a gunfight armed with a whip would only get her killed. I mean, the real Jane used a Winchester. Also, the animators further dilute Jane's believability by making her just too strong. She should win fights (after all, she IS the heroine) but having her KOing baddies and sending them flying across a room with a single punch all the while without ever taking a punch herself is just too much of a stretch. But then again, animators in the US seem to have a hard time realistically depicting a female fighter who has neither magic nor superpowers to fall back upon. Depicting Jane as an almost-superhero tends to diminish the real legend.


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