Have the harpies of the shore come to pluck the eagle of the sea?
  -- Admiral Lattimer (to Admiral Overton and General Hawk after the USS Montana docks)
Home Videos Tempo - V9080

Miniseries:
"Arise, Serpentor, Arise! (Parts 1-5)"
Release Date:
1988
Manufacturer:
Tempo - V9080
Market:
United Kingdom (PAL)
Contents:
· UK "Weather Dominator" opening sequence
· "Arise, Serpentor, Arise! (Parts 1-5)" (~1 hour 35 minutes 19 seconds)
· US second season closing
· Commercials for Action Force, The Transformers, Robotix, Bigfoot and the Muscle Machines

Notes:
· Credit is given to Ron Friedman (script) and Buzz Dixon (story), and the credits look like they were added with a computer program; the credits are historically inaccurate - Buzz Dixon created the story and wrote the script
· Part One: Wild Bill's dialogue with Roadblock at the softball game was removed; as a result, the miniseries begins with Roadblock pitching the ball to Wild Bill; Thrasher's lines about bidding the Joes farewell while barreling forward in his Thundermachine were removed; the episode includes 27 audio edits
· Part Two: The video excluded Thrasher's confirmation with Zartan regarding their contract; the episode was edited 20 times
· Part Three: The episode, which included 24 audio dubs, begins with a shot of Beach Head and Mainframe climbing into a tomb and the dialogue "port in the storm"
· Part Four: Includes 23 audio edits
· Part Five: Excludes Torch's lines about blasting the G.I.Joe Tomahawk and starts with Monkeywrench asking the other Dreadnoks, "Was that something or was that something?" The episode features 25 audio edits
· The image of the Cobra HISS tank on the back of the video's sleeve was from the miniseries "G.I.Joe: A Real American Hero."
· The image of Duke on the back cover also appears on the following videos: Billy Clap - 571576, Good View - 1761.083, Video Van Enterprises - Vol. 4, Video Van Enterprises - Vol. 5 and Video Van Enterprises - Vol. 7
· The image of Serpentor on the front cover, which a recreation of the toy package artwork, was also included on Collins - 940724A


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