Legends of Tomorrow (2016– )
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The Legends track down an anachronism in 1930s Hollywood, where Helen of Troy has started a war between two film studios.


David Geddes


Greg Berlanti (developed by), Marc Guggenheim (developed by) | 4 more credits »




Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Victor Garber ... Dr. Martin Stein / Firestorm
Brandon Routh ... Ray Palmer / The Atom
Caity Lotz ... Sara Lance / White Canary
Franz Drameh ... Jefferson Jackson
Maisie Richardson-Sellers ... Amaya Jiwe
Amy Louise Pemberton ... Gideon (voice)
Tala Ashe ... Zari Tomaz
Nick Zano ... Nate Heywood / Steel
Dominic Purcell ... Mick Rory
Neal McDonough ... Damien Darhk
Courtney Ford ... Nora Darhk
Tracy Ifeachor ... Kuasa
Celia Massingham Celia Massingham ... Hedy Lamarr
Bar Paly ... Helen of Troy
Sam Vincent ... Arnold Coleson (as Samuel Vincent)


When the Legends track down an anachronism in 1930s Hollywood, they discover it's none other than a time-displaced Helen of Troy and she's just started a war between two film studios. As the Legends try to fix history and return Helen to the Bronze Age, things get complicated when they are blindsided by the appearance of a former enemy. Sara contemplates an offer she is made, which would make the Legends leave the anachronisms be. Meanwhile, Stein and Jax find themselves in an unusual predicament. Written by sarah_l91

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Release Date:

14 November 2017 (USA) See more »

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16:9 HD
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Did You Know?


Hedy Lamarr was seen at a social function in the story, in general she preferred to stay home and read a book rather than attend a party. See more »


At the K&G party, Nate mispronounces Cecil B. DeMille's name; it's "Sess-ill", not "See-sill". See more »


Zari Tomaz: Can we please go back in time and murder whoever invented stockings?
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The episode title name is shown in black and white as would have been done in the 1930s. See more »


References Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1996) See more »

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Feminism get out of the Legends pls
16 November 2017 | by flixperrierSee all my reviews

This episode pushes gender issues, and it ruins the show. It is clear, that you don't need to pick on men to create strong female characters. In stead the women of DC' Legends seem to bee petty minded feminists.

I hope this stops, or I will have a hard time watching the rest.

Men are dumb, and yet all the men have higher education or skill trade except for one crew member. But yet the women er portrayed as intelligent superior in their own dialogue, that several times states the the males of the crew are driven by urges, aren't able to make smart decisions and so on.

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