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Conquerors of the Future/Invasion of the Brain Creatures 

The Legion of Doom pretends to be the Legion of Good before traveling to 3984 and taking over a domed city with the help of the primitive Barlocks.

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Jeffrey Scott
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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Jack Angel Jack Angel ... The Flash / Hawkman / Samurai (voice)
Marlene Aragon Marlene Aragon ... (voice) (credit only)
Lewis Bailey Lewis Bailey ... (voice) (credit only)
Michael Bell ... The Riddler (voice)
William Callaway ... Aquaman / Bizarro (voice) (as Bill Callaway)
Ted Cassidy ... Brainiac / Black Manta / Barlock (voice)
Melanie Chartoff ... (voice) (credit only)
Henry Corden ... (voice) (credit only)
Danny Dark Danny Dark ... Superman (voice)
Al Fann ... (voice) (credit only)
Shannon Farnon ... Wonder Woman / Timora (voice)
Ruth Forman Ruth Forman ... (voice) (credit only)
Robert Hastings ... (voice) (as Bob Hastings) (credit only)
Bob Holt ... (voice) (credit only)
Buster Jones Buster Jones ... Black Vulcan (voice)
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Storyline

While vacationing in Paris, France as Hal Jordan two trains are on a collision course in the Metro Subway. Before Green Lantern can save the day Sinestro does. A bank robbery in Gotham City is foiled by the Toyman and a dirigible disaster is prevented in Metropolis by Grod and Bizarro. The Legion of Doom seems to have become the Legion of Good. The Superfriends are puzzled by this change of events and the Legion couldn't be happier. They send the Hall of Doom into the future to the year 3984 where they will begin the conquest of the universe without interference from the Superfriends. Written by tomtrekp

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Release Date:

18 November 1978 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Conquerors of the Future See more »

Company Credits

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Hanna-Barbera Productions See more »
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Trivia

The Barlocks bear a strong resemblance to the Morlocks, a race of humanoid beings in HG Wells' The Time Machine, and a particular resemblance to the creatures as they were depicted in the 1960 film adaptation, directed by George Pal. See more »

Goofs

When the blimp snags on the skyscraper spire, the blimp is torn on the bottom. But when Wonder Woman attempts to repair the damage, the leak is on the top of the blimp. See more »

Quotes

[first lines]
Green Lantern: It sure is nice to take a vacation in Paris as Hal Jordan. No one would ever guess that I'm actually Green Lantern.
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References The Time Machine (1960) See more »

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