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A Knight to Remember! 

Enrique and Oliver decide to take our heroes on a dirigible ride to visit Robert's castle. The reason - Tyson hopes to avenge an earlier loss to Robert that happened onboard the ship coming... See full summary »

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Takao Aoki (original author/anime draft), Terry Klassen (english script adaptation) | 1 more credit »

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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Marlowe Gardiner-Heslin Marlowe Gardiner-Heslin ... Tyson Granger (voice)
Alex Hood Alex Hood ... Kenny (voice)
Daniel DeSanto ... Ray (voice)
David Reale ... Kai (voice)
Gage Knox Gage Knox ... Max Tate (voice)
Julie Lemieux ... Dizzi (voice)
Julie Zwillich ... Enrique (voice)
Susan Roman ... Oliver (voice)
Joanne Vannicola ... Johnny McGregor (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Vince Corazza ... Robert / Gustav (voice)
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Storyline

Enrique and Oliver decide to take our heroes on a dirigible ride to visit Robert's castle. The reason - Tyson hopes to avenge an earlier loss to Robert that happened onboard the ship coming to Europe. Tyson's patience, however, is tested when they have to sit and wait for their host who is 'not to be disturbed.' So, Tyson decides to find Robert on his own and ends up getting lost in the medieval castles many eerie secret passages. Finally everyone converges in the room where Robert is playing chess against Johnny and it's here where Tyson throws down the gauntlet and challenges Robert to a rematch. Robert refuses and goes into a whole history lesson about how 'once you've defeated your enemy, the battle is over.' Meanwhile, the arrogant little Johnny decides to pick a battle with the most-worthy opponent in the room and chooses Kai. As the fight begins, it appears to be even, but then Johnny calls out his Bit Beast Salamulyon and totally destroys him. In the end, the Bladebreakers ... Written by Anonymous

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TV-G
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Release Date:

9 November 2002 (USA) See more »

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DR Movie, Madhouse, Nelvana See more »
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Soundtracks

Fighting Spirits-SONG FOR BEYBLADE-
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Opening Theme
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