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THE TRANSFORMERS
original airdates: 1984-1987 in syndication
later airdates: 1992-1994 in syndication (as Transformers: Generation 2) 1993-early 1996,
   Summer 1997 on Sci-Fi Channel 
episodes: 98
animated by: Sunbow Productions and Marvel Productions, Ltd.
distributed and owned by: Sunbow Entertainment and Hasbro Toys, Inc.

The Transformers is currently not on US television.

THE TRANSFORMERS SUMMARY:
Transforming robots from the planet Cybertron crash on Earth millions of years ago.  In 
current time, the robots are awakened and configured by their idento-computers so their
transformations resemble Earth vehicles, objects and animals.  Led by Megatron, the
Decepticons want to drain the Earth of all its energy and transport it back to Cybertron.
However, the heroic Autobots, lead by Optimus Prime, defend the Earth from the evil 
Decepticons.  

EPISODE GUIDE
1st Season (1984-1985 on Sundays)
#01 More Than Meets the Eye Part 1
#02 More Than Meets the Eye Part 2
#03 More Than Meets the Eye Part 3
#04 Transport to Oblivion
#05 Roll For It
#06 Divide and Conquer
#07 Fire In the Sky
#08 Fire On the Mountain
#09 S.O.S. Dinobots
#10 War of the Dinobots
#11 Heavy Metal War
#12 The Ultimate Doom Part 1
#13 The Ultimate Doom Part 2
#14 The Ultimate Doom Part 3
#15 Countdown to Extinction
#16 A Plague of Insecticons

2nd Season (1985-1986 on weekdays)
#17 Autobot Spike
#18 Changing Gears
#19 City of Steel
#20 Attack of the Autobots
#21 Traitor
#22 The Immobilizer
#23 The Autobot Run
#24 Atlantis, Arise!
#25 Day of the Machines
#26 Enter the Nightbird
#27 A Prime Problem (1st 1985 Transformers)
#28 The Core
#29 The Insecticon Syndrome
#30 Dinobot Island Part 1
#31 Dinobot Island Part 2
#32 The Master Builders
#33 Auto-Berserk
#34 Microbots
#35 Megatron's Master Plan Part 1
#36 Megatron's Master Plan Part 2
#37 Desertion of the Dinobots Part 1
#38 Desertion of the Dinobots Part 2
#39 Blaster Blues
#40 A Decepticon Raider In King Arthur's Court
#41 The Golden Lagoon
#42 The God Gambit
#43 Make Tracks
#44 Child's Play
#45 The Gambler
#46 The Quest For Survival
#47 The Secret of Omega Supreme
#48 Kremseek!
#49 Sea Change
#50 Triple Takeover
#51 Prime Target
#52 Auto-Bop
#53 The Secret of Alpha Trion
#54 The Girl Who Loved Powerglide
#55 Hoist Goes to Hollywood
#56 The Key to Vector Sigma Part 1
#57 The Key to Vector Sigma Part 2
#58 Aerial Assault
#59 War Dawn
#60 Trans-Europe Express
#61 Cosmic Rust
#62 Starscream's Brigade
#63 The Revenge of Bruticus
#64 Masquerade
#65 B.O.T.
 
MOVIE
The Transformers: The Movie (theatrical release: Aug 8, 1986) 
Set in 2005, Optimus Prime dies, Megatron becomes Galvatron.  Unicron, Hot Rod, Kup, 
and most 1986 Transformers all introduced.

3rd Season (1986-1987)
#66 Five Faces of Darkness Part 1
#67 Five Faces of Darkness Part 2
#68 Five Faces of Darkness Part 3
#69 Five Faces of Darkness Part 4
#70 Five Faces of Darkness Part 5
#71 The Killing Jar
#72 Chaos
#73 Forever Is a Long Time Coming
#74 Thief In the Night
#75 Starscream's Ghost
#76 Surprise Party
#77 Madman's Paradise
#78 The Nightmare Planet
#79 Ghost In the Machine
#80 Webworld
#81 Carnage In C-Minor
#82 The Quintesson Journal
#83 The Ultimate Weapon
#84 The Big Broadcast of 2006
#85 Fight or Flee
#86 Dweller In the Depths
#87 Only Human
#88 Grimlock's New Brain
#89 Money Is Everything
#90 Call of the Primitives
#91 Face of Nijika
#92 The Burden Hardest to Bear
#93 Dark Awakening
#93-A Dark Awakening (with voice over at the end)
#94 The Return of Optimus Prime Part 1
#95 The Return of Optimus Prime Part 2

4th Season (1987)
#96 The Rebirth Part 1
#97 The Rebirth Part 2
#98 The Rebirth Part 3

VOICE ACTORS (in both the TV series and movie unless noted)
Charlie Adler as Duros, Silverbolt and Triggerhappy
Norman Alden as Kranix (movie)
Jack Angel as Astrotrain, Omega Supreme, Ramjet and Ultra Magnus (TV)
Arlene Banas as Carly
Michael Bell as Bombshell, Brainstorm, First Aid, Gort, Prowl, Scrapper, Sideswipe 
   and Swoop
Gregg Berger as Grimlock. Long Haul, Outback and Skyfire
Susan Blu as Arcee and Marissa Faireborn
Steve Bulen as Strafe
Arthur Burghardt as Devastator
Corey Burton as Brawn, Shockwave, Spike and Sunstreaker
Roger C. Carmel (died in 1986) as Bruticus, Cyclonus, Motormaster, Quintesson Leader 
   and Unicron (TV)
Victor Caroli as the narrator
Michael Chain as Hoist, Powerglide and Red Alert
Rege Cordic as Menasor and Quintesson Judge
Scatman Crothers (died in 1986) as Jazz 
Peter Cullen as Ironhide and Optimus Prime
Jim Cummings as Afterburner and Rippersnapper
Bud Davis as Dirge
Walker Edmiston as Inferno
Paul Eiding as Perceptor
Brad Garrett as Trypticon
Ed Gilbert (died in 1999) as Blitzwing and Thrust
Dan Gilvezan as Bumblebee/Goldbug and Hot Spot
Jim Gosa as Abominus
Johnny Haymer as Caliburst, Highbrow, Recoil, Swindle and  Vortex
Michael Horton as Chip Chase
Jerry Houser as Sandstorm
Eric Idle as Wreck-Gar (movie)
Edward L. "Buster" Jones as Blaster
Stan Jones (died in 1998) as Scorponok/Lord Zarak and Scourge
Casey Kasem as Bluestreak, Cliffjumper and Teletran-1
Aron Kincaid as Sky Lynx
Chris Latta (alias Christiopher Charles Collins) (died in 1994) as Krunk, Reflector, 
   Sparkplug, Starscream and Wheeljack
Michael McConnohie as Cosmos and Tracks
Daniel Mendenhal as Daniel 
Don Messick (died in 1997) as Gears, Ratchet and Scavenger
John Moschitta, Jr. as Blurr and Counterpunch/Punch
Judd Nelson as Hot Rod/Rodimus Prime (movie)
Leonard Nimoy as Galvatron (movie)
Alan Oppenheimer as Beachcomber, Seaspray and Warpath
Hal Rayle as Shrapnel and Snarl
Pete Renaday as Grapple
Clive Revill as Kickback
Neil Ross as Bonecrusher, Hook, Slag and Springer
Ken Sansom as Hound
Robert Stack as Ultra Magnus (movie)
Lionel Stander (died in 1994) as Kup (movie)
John Stephenson as Alpha Trion, Huffer, Kup (TV), Thundercracker and Windcharger
Frank Welker as Frenzy, Galvatron (tv series), Laserbeak, Megatron, Mirage, Mixmaster, 
   Ravage, Rumble, Skywarp, Sludge, Soundwave, Trailbreaker, Wheelie
Orson Welles (died in 1985) as Unicron (movie) 

TRANSFORMERS: GENERATION 2 original airdates: 1992-1994 in syndication NOTE: This series was reruns of various Transformers episodes with the rotating Transformers symbol edited out and replaced with a CGI rotating cube.
BEAST WARS TRANSFORMERS original airdates: Sept 16, 1996-Fall 1999 in syndication later airdates: Fall 1999-Spring 2000 on FOX episodes: 52 animated by: Mainframe Entertainment 1st season (1996-1997) #01 Beast Wars Part 1 (9/16/1996) #02 Beast Wars Part 2 (9/17/1996) #03 The Web (9/18/1996) #04 Equal Measures (9/23/1996) #05 Chain of Command (9/24/1996) #06 Power Surge (9/25/1996) #07 Fallen Comrades (9/30/1996) #08 Double Jeapordy (10/7/1996) #09 A Better Mousetrap (10/8/1996) #10 Gorilla Warfare (10/14/1996) #11 The Probe (10/15/1996) #12 Victory (11/1/1997) #13 Dark Designs (11/4/1996) #14 Double Dinobot (11/5/1996) #15 The Spark (11/11/1996) #16 The Trigger Part 1 (11/18/1996) #17 The Trigger Part 2 (11/19/1996) #18 Spider's Game (1/6/1997) #19 Call of the Wild (1/7/1997) #20 Dark Voyage (1/27/1997) #21 Possession (2/3/1997) #22 The Low Road (2/10/1997) #23 Law of the Jungle (2/17/1997) #24 Before the Storm (2/21/1997) #25 Other Voices Part 1 (3/31/1997) #26 Other Voices Part 2 (4/1/1997) 2nd season (1997-1998) NOTE: episodes #35-39 first aired on Cartoon Network as a special week long run, then re-aired in syndication #27 Aftermath (10/26/1997) #28 Coming of the Fuzors Part 1 (11/2/1997) #29 Coming of the Fuzors Part 2 (11/9/1997) #30 Tangled Web (11/16/1997) #31 Maximal, No More (11/23/1997) #32 Other Visits Part 1 (2/8/1998) #33 Other Visits Part 2 (2/15/1998) #34 Bad Spark (2/22/1998) #35 Code of Hero (3/9/1998 on Cartoon Network) #36 Transmutate (3/10/1998 on Cartoon Network) #37 The Agenda Part 1 (3/11/1998 on Cartoon Network) #38 The Agenda Part 2 (3/12/1998 on Cartoon Network) #39 The Agenda Part 3 (3/13/1998 on Cartoon Network) 3rd season (1998-1999) #40 Optimal Situation (10/25/1998) #41 Deep Metal (11/1/1998) #42 Changing of the Guard (11/8/1998) #43 Cutting Edge (11/15/1998) #44 Feral Scream Part 1 (1/31/1999) #45 Feral Scream Part 2 (2/7/1999) #46 Proving Grounds (2/14/1999) #47 Go with the Flow (2/18/1999) #48 Crossing the Rubicon (2/22/1999) #49 Master Blaster (3/15/1999) #50 Other Victories (5/5/1999) #51 Nemesis Part 1 (5/6/1999) #52 Nemesis Part 2 (5/7/1999)
BEAST MACHINES TRANSFORMERS original airdates: Sept 18, 1999-Spring 2001 on FOX and 1999-2001 on YTV Canada episodes: 26 animated by: Mainframe Entertainment 1st season (1999-2000) #01 The Reformatting (9/18/1999) #02 Master of the House (9/25/1999) #03 Fires of the Past (10/2/1999) #04 Mercenary Pursuits (10/9/1999) #05 Forbidden Fruit (10/16/1999) #06 The Weak Component (10/23/1999) #07 Revelations Part 1: Discovery (10/30/1999) #08 Revelations Part 2: Descent (11/6/1999) #09 Revelations Part 3: Apocalypse (11/13/1999) #10 Survivor (11/13/1999) #11 The Key (12/4/1999) #12 The Catalyst (12/11/1999) #13 End of the Line (12/18/1999) 2nd season (2000-2001) #14 Fallout #15 Savage Noble #16 Prometheus Unbound #17 In Darkest Knight #18 A Wolf in the Fold #19 Home Soil #20 Sparkwar Part 1: The Strike #21 Sparkwar Part 2: The Search #22 Sparkwar Part 3: The Siege #23 Spark of Darkness #24 Endgame Part 1: The Downward Spiral #25 Endgame Part 2: When Legends Fall #26 Endgame Part 3: Seeds of the Future VOICE ACTORS (For Beast Wars and Beast Machines) Kathleen Barr as Botanica Donald Brown as Scorponok Jim Byrnes as Inferno and Thrust Gary Chalk as Optimus Primal Ian James Corlett as Cheetor Paul Dobson as Tankorr and Obsidian Brian Drummond as Jetstorm Alessandro Juliani as Nightscream David Kaye as Megatron Campbell Lane as Rampage Blu Mankuma as Tigatron/Tigerhawk Scott McNeil as Rattrap, Dinobot, Silverbolt and Waspinator Colin Murdock as Quickstrike Richard Newman as Rhinox Pauline Newstone as Airazor Doug Parker as Terrorsaur Venus Terzo as Black Arachnia Alec Willows as Tarantulas
TRANSFORMERS: ROBOTS IN DISGUISE original Japan airdates: Fall 2000-Fall 2001 as Transformers: Car Robots 2000 original US airdates: Sept 8, 2001-present on FOX episodes: 39 animated by: ? distributed and owned by: Hasbro and Takara EPISODE GUIDE #01 Battle Protocol #02 An Explosive Situation #03 Bullet Train to the Rescue #04 Spy Changers to The Rescue #05 The Hunt For Black Pyramid #06 The Secret of The Ruins #07 Sideburnís Obsession #08 Secret Weapon: D-5 #09 Mirageís Betrayal #10 Skid Z's Choice #11 Tow-Line Goes Haywire #12 The Ultimate Robot Warrior #13 Hope For the Future #14 The Deceptions #15 Commandos #16 Volcano #18 The Test #19 The Fish Test #20 Wedge's Short Fuse #23 A Test of Metal #24 Ultra Magnus (Part 1) #25 Ultra Magnus: Forced Fushion! (Part 2) #27 The Two Faces of Ultra Magnus #28 Power to Burn! #29 Fortress Maximus (Part 1) #30 Kojo Gets His Wish (Part 2) #31 A Friendly Contest #32 Peril From the Past VOICE ACTORS Keith Anthony as Hightower Robert Axelrod as Movor Steven Jay Blum as Dark Scream and W.A.R.S. Tifanie Christun as Dorie Dutton Jerry DeCapua as Gas Skunk Keith Diamond as Rapid Run Richard Epcar as Armorhide Sandy Fox as T-AI Bob Joles as X-Brawn Neil Kaplan as Optimus Prime and Ro-Tor Steve Kramer as R.E.V. Walter Lang as Tow-Line Michael Lindsay as Rollbar and Skid Z David Lodge as Midnight Express and Railracer Peter Lurie as Slapper Michael McConnohie as Hotshot and Ironhide Daran Norris as Heavy Load Bob Papenbrook as Mega Octane and Ruination Michael Reisz as Wedge and Landfill Mike Reynolds as Railspike Daniel Riordan as Megatron Philece Sampler as Kelly Peter Spellos as Sky-Byte Jason Spisak as Koji Onishi Barry Stigler as Scourge Kim Strauss as Ultra Magnus Kirk Thornton as Dr. Onishi Wally Wingert as Sideburn and Mirage Dan Woren as Crosswise Tom Wyner as Grimlock
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