Battle of the Planets
Battle of the Planets is an American adaptation of the Japanese anime series Science Ninja Team Gatchaman (1972). Of the 105 original Gatchaman episodes, 85 were used in the Battle of the Planets adaptation, produced by Sandy Frank Entertainment. The adaptation was generally faithful to the plot and character development of the original Gatchaman series, but significant additions and reductions were made in order to increase appeal to the North American television market of the late 1970s, as well as avoid controversy from parents; these included the removal of elements of graphic violence and profanity.
As of June 2013, Sentai Filmworks have licensed the Gatchaman franchise. An oft-delayed CGI film based on the franchise, Gatchaman, last slated for a 2011 release from Warner Bros., was officially canceled in June 2011. However, a live-action Gatchaman feature film was released in Japan in August 2013.
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- Battle of the Planets! G-Force! Princess! Tiny! Keyop! Mark! Jason! And watching over them from Center Neptune, their computerized coordinator, 7-Zark-7! Watching, warning against surprise attacks by alien galaxies beyond space. G-Force! Fearless young orphans, protecting Earth's entire galaxy. Always five, acting as one. Dedicated! Inseparable! Invincible!
- Battle of the Planets! G-Force, five incredible young people with superpowers! And watching over them from Center Neptune, 7-Zark-7! Watching, warning against surprise attacks by alien galaxies from beyond space. G-Force! Fearless young orphans, protecting Earth's entire galaxy. Always five, acting as one. Dedicated! Inseparable! Invincible!
- Tune in again for excitement, action and outer space adventure with...G-Force! Mark! Princess! Tiny! Keyop! Jason! And...7-Zark-7, the fantastic guardian robot of Center Neptune! Protecting the galaxy from alien invaders of other worlds! Facing untold dangers every moment of their lives! Battle of the Planets!
- Alan Young — 7-Zark-7, Keyop, additional voices
- Casey Kasem – Mark, additional voices
- Ronnie Schell – Jason (regular voice), Tiny (episode 1), additional voices
- Keye Luke — Zoltar, the Spirit, Cronos, additional voices
- Janet Waldo — Princess, Susan, additional voices
- David Jolliffe — Jason (episode 1), additional voices
- Alan Oppenheimer — Commander Gorok, additional voices
- William Woodson — The Announcer, additional voices
- Alan Dinehart — Tiny (regular voice), Anderson, additional voices
Additional voices provided by: