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The Soul Stealer 

Bloth comes up with a new plan after talking to a soothsaying creature who says that Ren is the only one destined to collect the treasures. He decides to become Ren by swapping bodies with ... See full summary »

Directors:

Don Lusk, Ray Patterson

Writers:

David Kirschner (creator), Glenn Leopold

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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Rene Auberjonois ... Kangent (voice)
Michael Bell ... (voice)
Jodi Benson ... Tula (voice)
Hamilton Camp ... (voice)
Darleen Carr ... (voice)
Philip L. Clarke Philip L. Clarke ... (voice) (as Philip Lewis Clarke)
Peter Cullen ... Mantus (voice)
Jim Cummings ... Ioz / Jargis / Skorian (voice)
Tim Curry ... Konk (voice)
Barry Dennen ... (voice)
Paul Eiding ... (voice)
Hector Elizondo ... Ioz (voice)
Harlan Ellison ... (voice)
Richard Erdman ... (voice) (as Dick Erdman)
Linda Gary Linda Gary ... (voice)
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Bloth comes up with a new plan after talking to a soothsaying creature who says that Ren is the only one destined to collect the treasures. He decides to become Ren by swapping bodies with him using a potion made by Morpho. He manages to catch Ren, but not without Niddler who he makes Konk swap bodies with to avoid suspicion. The potion has a drawback that any mirror will show their true identities. Ren and Niddler (now in Bloth and Konk's bodies) steal Morpho's potion and escape the Maelstrom to try to get their original bodies back. Things get a bit more complicated when Joat shows up to get revenge on Ren and Ioz for stealing The Wraith. Written by GusF

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Release Date:

16 May 1993 (USA) See more »

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Production Co:

Hanna-Barbera Productions See more »
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