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She-Ra: Princess of Power 

Princess Adora raises her magic sword and becomes She-Ra, the most powerful woman in the universe, to aid her friends in defeating the Evil Horde so their planet Etheria can be free.
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Series cast summary:
Melendy Britt ...  She-Ra / ... 93 episodes, 1985-1987
George DiCenzo ...  Bow / ... 93 episodes, 1985-1987
John Erwin ...  He-Man / ... 93 episodes, 1985-1987
Linda Gary Linda Gary ...  Shadow Weaver / ... 93 episodes, 1985-1987
Alan Oppenheimer ...  Skeletor / ... 93 episodes, 1985-1987
Erika Scheimer Erika Scheimer ...  Loo-Kee / ... 93 episodes, 1985-1987
Lou Scheimer ...  Horde Troopers / ... 93 episodes, 1985-1987


The kidnapped daughter of Queen Marlena and King Randor of Eternia (characters from He-Man and the Masters of the Universe), Princess Adora grew up on Etheria. There, she lead an evil army until the day her long-lost twin brother, Prince Adam (He-Man), came to tell her who she really was. As her alter ego, She-Ra, the princess protects Etheria by fighting the forces she once worked for. Written by Max Vaughn

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For the honor of Grayskull, SHE-RA has the power!


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Did You Know?


The animation models for the Twiggets Spritina, Sprag and Sprocker were designed by artists Rick Maki and Patricia Wong. See more »


During the opening credits, Castle Grayskull's Jaw-Bridge is missing when Adora transforms into She-Ra. This mistake is also seen in the 5 part origin story that opens the series and He-Man and She-Ra: The Secret of the Sword. It was corrected for each subsequent episode, but not for the opening title sequence. See more »


Hordak: I have no interest in this Blue Knight Imp.
Imp: Not Blue... Red!
Hordak: That's what I said.
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Crazy Credits

Voice actors John Erwin and Alan Oppenheimer are credited for every episode, even though they only provide voices for the ones that feature crossover characters from He-Man and the Masters of the Universe (1983). See more »


Referenced in Blackcatloner: Ghosts of Halloween Past (2016) See more »

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Why did it have to end?
10 June 1999 | by Starla-2See all my reviews

I grew up on this show. I had the dolls. My sister and i played She-Ra for hours. I just don't understand why this show gets dumped off the airwaves and trash like "Mighty Morphin Power Rangers" and "Pokemon" gets put on instead. This was one of the few really good kids shows, with no sex and bad language, and little violence. Where has children's programming gone? Bring She-Ra and He-Man back!

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9 September 1985 (USA) See more »

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(93 episodes)
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