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Glamour Girls 

Cobra sits in a room watching a simulation of a woman going through a beauty transfer. The first woman is old and decrepit and the other woman is young and beautiful. The young woman begs ... See full summary »

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... Low-Light (voice)
... Cover Girl (voice) (as Liz Aubrey)
Jackson Beck ... Narrator (voice)
... Lift-Ticket / Viper (voice)
... Beach Head (voice) (as Bill Callaway)
Christopher Collins ... Cobra Commander / Ripper (voice) (as Christopher Latta)
... Dr. Mindbender (voice)
... Dial Tone (voice)
... Serpentor (voice)
Zack Hoffman ... Zartan (voice)
... Roadblock (voice) (as Kene Holliday)
Morgan Lofting ... Baroness (voice)
Mary McDonald-Lewis ... Lady Jaye / Madame Vail (voice) (as Mary McDonald Lewis)
Patrick Pinney ... Mainframe (voice)
... Zarana (voice)
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Cobra sits in a room watching a simulation of a woman going through a beauty transfer. The first woman is old and decrepit and the other woman is young and beautiful. The young woman begs to be let out of the machine but to no avail as her face is left with no eyes or mouth. Then Madame Vail makes Cobra an offer to get her longevity secrets for a price. Cobra must provide Madam Vail with an abundance of young women with which she can keep her operation going. Dr Mindbender calls it "Operation: High Fashion." Meanwhile Low-Light and Dial-Tone are helping Low-Light's sister Una, and her friend Satin move into their own apartment. Low-Light admits that he doesn't like the neighborhood with all of the crazies in here. Una tells Low-Light that she can look after herself. Satin then reminds Low-Light that she lived with him right? Then Una and Satin receive a letter from Glamour Girls magazine, a high fashion magazine, to come to a photo shoot. Again Low-Light is suspicious when he reads ... Written by Blackarachnia2

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8 October 1986 (USA)  »

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