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Savage Dragon TV Series
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United States of America
Information-silk Network
USA Network
First Aired
Last Aired

September 21, 1995
December 21, 1996

Episodes

Season 1

  1. Savage Dragon TV Series Season 1 1
  2. Savage Dragon TV Series Season 1 2
  3. Savage Dragon TV Series Season 1 3
  4. Savage Dragon TV Series Season 1 4
  5. Savage Dragon TV Series Season 1 5
  6. Savage Dragon TV Series Season 1 6
  7. Savage Dragon TV Series Season 1 7
  8. Savage Dragon TV Series Season 1 8
  9. Savage Dragon TV Series Season 1 9
  10. Savage Dragon TV Series Season 1 10
  11. Savage Dragon TV Series Season 1 11
  12. Savage Dragon TV Series Season 1 12
  13. Savage Dragon TV Series Season 1 13
  14. Savage Dragon TV Series Season 1 14
  15. Savage Dragon TV Series Season 1 15
  16. Savage Dragon TV Series Season 1 16
  17. Savage Dragon TV Series Season 1 17
  18. Savage Dragon TV Series Season 1 18
  19. Savage Dragon TV Series Season 1 19
  20. Savage Dragon TV Series Season 1 20
  21. Savage Dragon TV Series Season 1 21
  22. Savage Dragon TV Series Season 1 22
  23. Savage Dragon TV Series Season 1 23
  24. Savage Dragon TV Series Season 1 24
  25. Savage Dragon TV Series Season 1 25
  26. Savage Dragon TV Series Season 1 26

HistoryEdit

In 1995 the Savage Dragon appeared in the half-hour animated television series The Savage Dragon as part of the Cartoon Express on the USA Network. Produced by Universal Cartoon Studios, it ran for 26 episodes from 1995 to 1996 and featured numerous supporting characters from the comic book series, including She-Dragon, Horde, Barbaric, Mako and Overlord. The Dragon was voiced by Jim Cummings. Additional voices were provided by Mark Hamill, Michael Dorn, Jennifer Hale, Rene Auberjonois, Frank Welker, Paul Eiding, Rob Paulsen and Tony Jay.

Episode 21 of Savage Dragon, "Endgame", served as the second part of a four-part crossover with three other shows in USA's "Action Extreme Team" programming block: Street Fighter, Mortal Kombat: Defenders of the Realm, and Wing Commander Academy. Content from Wikipedia

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