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The Freedom Force Complete (1 DVD Box Set)

The Freedom Force Complete (1 DVD Box Set)
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Summary: The Freedom Force Complete. Five legendary heroes band together to defeat evil forces in many guises.

The Freedom Force is a 1978 animated television series produced by Filmation and aired on CBS as a segment of Tarzan and the Super 7. Isis had previously appeared in the live-action television series, The Secrets of Isis, although the actress who portrayed her, Joanna Cameron, did not reprise the role for the cartoon.

Only five episodes of the series were produced.

Team members Merlin Sinbad Super Samurai - alter ego of Toshi, a young Japanese boy. Isis Hercules - alumnus from the Space Sentinels Voice cast Michael Bell - Merlin; Toshi / Super Samurai; Sinbad Diane Pershing - Isis Bob Denison - Hercules Episodes The Dragon Riders (written by Don Heckman) - The Freedom Force must end a war between two tribes who dogfight in the air. The Scarlet Samurai (written by Gerry Boudreau) - Toshi's new friend is jealous of his powers, and an evil wizard plans to exploit this for revenge against the boy's father, a wizard who defeated the evil wizard long ago. The Plant Soldiers (written by Tom Swale) - An evil wizard steals the Necklace of Osiris using it to control the Nile and a magical army of walking plant soldiers. Pegasus' Odyssey (written by Gerry Boudreau) - Pegasus is captured by an evil sorceress out to seek revenge on Hercules. The Robot (written by Buzz Dixon) - An inventor's mechanical giant is out to prove itself more powerful than the Freedom Force.

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5 Total Episodes on 1 DVD:
The Freedom Force Episode 1 – The Dragon Riders
The Freedom Force Episode 2 – The Scarlet Samurai
The Freedom Force Episode 3 – The Plant Soldiers
The Freedom Force Episode 4 – Pegasus' Odyssey
The Freedom Force Episode 5 – The Robot

The Freedom Force Complete Includes Free Bonus:
4 hours of TV Commercials from the 1990's ($5.95 value)

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