Silverhawks (U.S. TV)

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Alternative title:
Los halcones galácticos (Spanish)
Themes: cyborg
Objectionable content: Mild
Plot Summary: When the intergalactic criminal Mon-Star escapes from prison, Commander Stargazer recruits five people - Quicksilver, Bluegrass, Steelheart, Steel Will and the Copper Kid - and forms the Silverhawks to protect the Limbo galaxy from Mon-Star and his goons.
Running time: 25 minutes per episode
Number of episodes: 65
Episode titles: We have 65
Vintage: 1986-09-08 to 1986-12-05
Opening Theme:
"Silverhawks" by Bernard Hoffer
Ending Theme:
"Silverhawks Ending Theme" by Bernard Hoffer
Links: We have 1
Trivia: We have 3
Comment:
Sister show of Rankin/Bass' animated hit series Thundercats.
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
(none)
Japanese companies
Animation:
HANHO (uncredited)
Pacific Animation Corporation
English staff
English cast
Bob McFadden as Will Heart / Steel Will
Earl Hammond as Mon-Star
Larry Kenney as Bluegrass
Maggie Wheeler as Emily Heart / Steelheart
Peter Newman as Jonathan Quick / Quicksilver

Bob McFadden as
Cmdr. Stargazer
Yes-Man
Doug Preis as
Mo-Lec-U-Lar
Wind Hammer
Larry Kenney as Pokerface
Maggie Wheeler as Melodia
Peter Newman as
Mumbo Jumbo
Timestopper

Adolph Caesar as
Hotwing
Seymour
Bob McFadden as Hardware
English companies
Broadcaster: Syndicated
DVD Distribution: Warner Bros.
French staff
French cast
Theme Song Performance: Bernard Minet
Evelyne Selena as Emily Steel Heart
Marc François as Quicksilver
Michel Barbey as Mon-Star
Patrick Laplace as Steel Will
Serge Bourrier as Blue Grass

Gérard Hernandez as
Mumbo Jumbo
Poker d'As
Yes-Man
Jacques Ebner as Buzzsaw
Jacques Ferrière as Hardware(voix de remplacement)
Jacques Richard as Commandant Stargazer
Marc François as
Copperkid
Stop Heure
Marie Martine as Melodia
Michel Barbey as Narrateur
Serge Bourrier as
Molécular
Seymour
Windhammer

French companies
Broadcaster: TF1 (from 9 March 1988)
Distributor: Déclic Images
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