Thundercats (U.S. TV)

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Related anime:
    Thundercats (U.S. manga) (adaptation)
    Thundercats (TV 2011) (remake)

Alternative title:
Cosmocats (French) 
Thundercats: Los Felinos Cosmicos (Spanish) 
Genres: action , adventure , science fiction 
Themes: aliens 
Objectionable content: Mild 
Plot Summary: Following the destruction of their home planet Thundera, the surviving Thunderans (a cat-human race) hope to find a new home, only to be attacked by mutant pirates. All but one Thunderan ship are destroyed by the mutant attacks. Aboard that ship, Jaga instructs seven other Thunderans to board their stasis pods while he directs the ship to the nearest planet Third Earth. Jaga dies, the ship crashes, and the other Thunderans call Third Earth their new home. Gifted with the ability to use the coveted Sword of Omens, the young Lion-O takes leadership of the Thunderans to battle the mutants and their new leader Mumm-ra, who has awakened from his eternal sleep on the planet. 
Running time: 25 minutes per episode 
Number of episodes: 130 
Episode titles: We have 130
Vintage: 1985-01-23 to 1986-12-05 
Opening Theme:
"Thundercats" by Bernard Hoffer 
Ending Theme:
"Thundercats Theme" by Bernard Hoffer 
Trivia: We have 18
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DVD (Region 1)
    Thundercats: Season 1 (Dub.DVD 1) 2011-07-12 (from $17.97)

Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Director: Katsuhito Akiyama 
Animation Director:
Hiroshi Ogawa 
Moriyasu Taniguchi 

Animation: Masayuki 
Animation Staff:
Akihiko Takahashi (1985) 
Katsuhito Akiyama (1985) 
Kazufumi Nomura (1985) 
Kazuko Katsui (1986-1987) 
Koji Hagiwara (1986-1987) 
Minoru Nishida 
Ryo Yasumura (1988-1989) 
Seok Ki Kim (1988-1989) 
Shigeo Koshi (1986-1987) 
Tameo Kohanawa (1988-1989) 
Toshihiko Sato (1985) 
Tsuguyuki Kubo 
Yuji Yatabe (1985,​1987) 
Yukimatsu Ito (1985) 
In-Between Animation: Keiji Gotoh 
Opening Animation: Masayuki 
Production Executive: Masaki Iizuka 
(none)
Japanese companies
Animation:
Anime R (uncredited) 
HANHO (uncredited) 
Animation Production: Pacific Animation Corporation 
English cast
English staff
Scenario: Leonard Starr 
Script: Leonard Starr (ep 1) 
Music: Bernard Hoffer 
Original creator: Ted Wolf 
Original Character Design: Ted Wolf 
Executive producer:
Arthur Rankin Jr. 
Jules Bass 

Psychological Consultant: Robert Kuisis 
Recording:
John Curcio (dialogue) 
Larry Frank (Editorial) 
Michael Farrow (Music) 
Pete Cannarozzi (Effects) 
Tom Perkins (Editorial) 
Script Consultant: Peter Lawrence 
Secondary Character Design: Jim Meskimen 
Supervising Producer: Lee Dannacher 
Bob McFadden as Snarf 
Earl Hammond as Mumm-Ra 
Earle Hyman as Panthro 
Larry Kenney as Lion-O 
Lynne Lipton as
Cheetara 
Wilykit 
Peter Newman as
Tygra 
Wilykat 

Bob McFadden as Slythe 
Earl Hammond as Jaga 
Larry Kenney as Jackalman 
Peter Newman as Monkian 

Bob McFadden as
Captain Bragg 
Ma-Mutt 
Ram-Bam 
The Living Ooze(ep 10) 
Doug Preis as
Guardian of the Book of Omens 
Lynx-O 
Earl Hammond as
Amok 
Claudus 
Hachiman 
Ratar-O 
Ro-Bear Berbils 
Snowman 
Top-Spinner 
Tug-Mug 
Vultureman 
Earle Hyman as
Ancient Spirits of Evil 
Captain Cracker 
Cruncher 
Grune the Destroyer 
Hammerhand 
Redeye 
Gerrianne Raphael as
Chilla 
Jaguara 
Mumm-Rana 
Pumyra 
Lynne Lipton as
Luna 
Mandora 
Warrior Maidens 
Peter Newman as
Alluro 
Bengali 
Captain Shiner 
Mirror Rape(ep 116) 
Rob Paulsen as Safari Joe(eps 24, 65) 

English companies
Broadcaster:
Cartoon Network (Toonami) 
Syndicated 
Licensed by: Warner Bros. 
French staff
French cast
Theme Song Performance:
Claude Lombard (choeurs) 
Jean-Claude Corbel 
Francine Laine as Willykit 
Francis Lax as Snarf 
Henry Djanik as Panthéro 
Jean Roche as Tigro 
Maryse Meryl as Willykat 
Patrick Poivey as Starlion 

Henry Djanik as
Jaga 
Shakal 

Francine Laine as
Félibelle 
Mandora 
Francis Lax as
Génie de la Harpe 
Gorior 
Grune 
Krolor(voix de remplacement) 
Mumm-Ra(voix de remplacement) 
Perforeur 
Georges Atlas as Panthéro(1st eps) 
Gérard Hernandez as
Claudus 
Mongor 
Henry Djanik as
Capitaine Cracker 
Hachiman 
Ratar-O 
Safari Joe 
Snowman 
Jean Roche as Vultureman 
Pierre Trabaud as
Capitaine Shiner 
le robot-rat 
Serge Lhorca as Krolor 

French companies
Broadcaster:
Antenne 2 France (from 1986) 
France 4 
Game one 
Distributor: Déclic Images 
Spanish staff
Spanish cast
Dubbing Director:
Gabriel Pingarron (3th) 
Guillermo Coria (1th) 
Magdalena Leonel (2th) 
Rolando de Castro Sr. (4th) 
Translation: Raúl Felipe Orozco 
ADR Script: Raúl Felipe Orozco 
Antonio Monsel as Mum-Ra 
Armando Coria as Felino (Wilykat) 
Gabriel Pingarron as Tygra 
Guillermo Coria as Panthro 
Magdalena Leonel as Cheetara 
Victor Trujillo as Lion-o 

Federico Romano as Jaga 

Ada Morales as Sheila 
Alfonso Obregón as Modro 
Eduardo Fonseca as Reptilio 
Federico Romano as Narrator 
Gabriel Pingarron as Lynx-o 
Guadalupe Noel as Luna 
Pilar Escandon as Pumara 
Roberto Carrillo as
Bengali 
Snarf 
Socorro de la Campa as Felina (Wilykit) 
Spanish companies
Broadcaster:
Televisa Canal 5 (Mexico) 
TVN Chile 
Dubbing Studio: Procineas S.C.L. 
German staff
German cast
(none)
Ben Hecker as Panthro 

Helgo Liebig as Trigro(Tygra) 
Herbert Tennigkeit as Mummion(Mumm-Ra) 
Marco Kröger as Leo(Lion-o) 
Monika Barth as Geparda(Cheetara) 
German companies
Broadcaster: Tele 5 
Portuguese staff
Portuguese cast
(none)
Carmem Sheila as Cheetara 
Francisco José as Panthro 
Newton da Matta as Lion-o 

André Belizar as Mumm-Ra(2th voice) 
André Luís Chapéu as Escamoso(1st voice) 
Carlos Comércio as Abutre(2nd voice) 
Elcio Romar as Snarf 
Francisco Barbosa as Tygra(1th voice) 
Luis Feyer as Abutre(1th voice) 
Marcos Souza as Willycat(3th voice) 
Marisa Leal as Wilykit 
Newton Martins as Escamoso(2nd voice) 
Nizo Neto as Wilykat 
Oberdan Junior as Willycat(2th voice) 
Older Cazarré as Chacal(1th voice) 
Paulo Flores as Simiano 
Ricardo Juarez as Tygra 
Romeu D'Ângelo as Chacal  (4th voice) 
Sílvio Navas as Mumm-Ra 
Sonia Ferreira as Rainha Luna(2nd voice) 

Adalmária Mesquita as Nether Bruxa 
Antonio Patino as Broca 
Ayrton Cardoso as
Redeye(4th voice) 
Tugmug(3th voice) 
Dário de Castro as Grune, o Destruidor(1st voice) 
Dolores Machado as
Luna(1st voice) 
Mandora 
Ednaldo Lucena as Linx(2th voice) 
Garcia Neto as Jaga(1st voice) 
Ilka Pinheiro as
Chilla(2nd voice) 
Wylla 
Ionei Silva as
Mula 
Plutar 
Tugmug(2nd voice) 
João Francisco Turelli as Safari Joe 
Jorge Rosa as Jaga(2nd voice) 
José Sant'anna as Queimado 
José Santacruz as
Mão de Martelo(1st voice) 
Tugmug(1st voice) 
Júlio César as
Mongor 
Refugo 
Luiz Brandão as
Redeye(3th voice) 
Tugmug(4th voice) 
Magalhães Graça as Lynx(1st. voice) 
Márcio Simões as
Grune, o Destruidor(2nd voice) 
Redeye(1st voice) 
Snarfinho 
Marco Antônio as Ben-Gali 
Marcos Miranda as Mão de Martelo(2nd voice) 
Mário Monjardim as Grune, o Destruidor(3th voice) 
Miriam Fischer as Pumyra 
Nélson Batista as
Nemex 
Roberbill 
Olney Cazarré as Chacal(2nd voice) 
Orlando Drummond as Rataro(1th voice) 
Paulo Pinheiro as
Alluroe(1st voice) 
Rataro(2th voice) 
Paulo Vignolo as Lion-o criança 
Ricardo Schnetzer as Alluroe(2nd voice) 
Ricardo Vooght as Alluroe(3th voice) 
Ronaldo Magalhães as Pantano 
Sílvio Navas as Gregory Gregyan 
Sonia Ferreira as
Chilla(1st voice) 
Ta-She 
Vera Miranda as Nayda 
Viviane Farias as Sedosa 
Portuguese companies
Broadcaster:
Rede Globo 
SBT 
Dubbing Studio: Herbert Richers 
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