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Serpentor collects ancient artifacts from his past lives in order to gain power.

Director:

Ray Lee

Writer:

Doug Booth

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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Charlie Adler ... Low-Light (voice)
Jack Angel Jack Angel ... Wet Suit / Security Guard #1 (voice)
Jackson Beck Jackson Beck ... Narrator (voice)
Michael Bell ... Lift-Ticket (voice)
Arthur Burghardt ... Destro (voice)
William Callaway ... Beach Head (voice) (as Bill Callaway)
Christopher Collins Christopher Collins ... Cobra Commander (voice) (as Christopher Latta)
Brian Cummings ... Dr. Mindbender (voice)
Hank Garrett ... Dial Tone (voice)
Dick Gautier ... Serpentor (voice)
Ed Gilbert ... Gen. Hawk (voice) (as Edmund Gilbert)
Chuck McCann ... Leatherneck (voice)
Mary McDonald-Lewis ... Lady Jaye (voice) (as Mary McDonald Lewis)
Patrick Pinney Patrick Pinney ... Mainframe (voice)
Bill Ratner ... Flint (voice)
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Serpentor collects ancient artifacts from his past lives in order to gain power.

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Certificate:

TV-Y
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

16 October 1986 (USA) See more »

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Color:

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[Wet Suit uses a goblet of venom to destroy a Cobra B.A.T]
Wet Suit: Don't worry, we can still go back to our original plan - getting Serpentor's blood.
Lifeline: Wrong. That was only clutching at straws. The pure venom was our best bet. Now, we'll have to get it from the cobra.
Wet Suit: No way. Even little snakes give me the creeps. But that monster, I...
Lifeline: So, it's okay to risk your life for revenge, but to save Leatherneck's life you won't square off against a snake? Some of the guys make of me 'cause I don't carry weapons...
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