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DC's Legends of Tomorrow: Their Time Is Now (2016)

The producers introduce audiences to the characters and concepts of "Legends of Tomorrow", the upcoming spin-off of superhero series "Arrow" and "The Flash".
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Credited cast:
Victor Garber ... Narrator
Greg Berlanti ... Self - Executive Producer: Arrow, The Flash, DC's Legends of Tomorrow
Marc Guggenheim ... Self - Executive Producer: Arrow, DC's Legends of Tomorrow
Phil Klemmer ... Self - Executive Producer: DC's Legends of Tomorrow
Andrew Kreisberg ... Self - Executive Producer: Arrow, The Flash, DC's Legends of Tomorrow
Wendy Mericle Wendy Mericle ... Self - Executive Producer: Arrow
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Casper Crump ... Vandal Savage (archive footage)
Arthur Darvill ... Rip Hunter (archive footage)
Issabella Stephani Darville Issabella Stephani Darville ... Amanda Hunter (archive footage) (as Olivia Darvill)
Franz Drameh ... Jefferson Jackson (archive footage)
Falk Hentschel ... Carter Hall / Hawkman (archive footage)
Dean Jagger ... Collins (archive footage) (as Dean S. Jagger)
Matt Letscher ... Eobard Thawne / Reverse-Flash (archive footage)
Jesse L. Martin ... Joe West (archive footage)
David Ramsey ... John Diggle (archive footage)
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RIP HUNTER and the crew land on the mythical Island of ATLANTIS and meet and have an adventure with the character ARION LORD OF ATLANTIS his comic book ran from 1982 - 1985 and had 35 issues the character got his start in the comic book WARLORD issue 55 which is another character you should check out he would be a good story line for the TV show. Written by George Hampton

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Victor Garber plays Dr. Martin Stein, in Blood Ties he talks about the pieces of sword inside Hawkgirl and describes them as the size of an iceberg and should not be hard to miss. Palmer then quips " that's probably what they said on the Titanic" Garber played Thomas Anderson in Titanic a man who helped build the doomed ocean liner. See more »

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References The Bullwinkle Show (1959) See more »

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Heroes only win in the movies
16 February 2016 | by cuphatSee all my reviews

I hate the so-called heroes will never sink to felons' level. Shut up all that. It seems to me that (in movies) someone or many have to die before such heroes prevail which he/she should have done in the beginning to stop the threats. In life, everything every action must to chosen between to do or not to do or to do something else. If a hero cannot decide which life is more important and what action should be carry out for the greater good, he/she is useless as any hobo out there. Give up so people won't have to have anymore false hope. I've seen many dumb heroes in movies and TV shows but this one top them all. I'd already delete the TV channel out of my favorites.


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19 January 2016 (USA) See more »

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