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Challenge of the SuperFriends: Fairy Tale of Doom

Toyman discovers a way that he can transport people into books, and his first victims are Superman, Hawkman, and Wonder Woman.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 1x13
Production Number: 128-13
Airdate: Saturday December 02nd, 1978

Starring Roles
Danny DarkDanny Dark
voiced Superman
Frank WelkerFrank Welker
voiced Toyman / Lilliputian King
Jack AngelJack Angel
voiced Hawkman
Marlene AragonMarlene Aragon
voiced Cheetah / Red Queen
Shannon FarnonShannon Farnon
voiced Wonder Woman
Ted CassidyTed Cassidy
voiced Black Manta / Brainiac
William WoodsonWilliam Woodson
voiced The Narrator / Captain Nemo

Guest Stars
Buster JonesBuster Jones
voiced Black Vulcan / Skier
Casey KasemCasey Kasem
voiced Robin
Dick RyalDick Ryal
voiced Captain Cold
Don MessickDon Messick
voiced White Rabbit
Michael RyeMichael Rye
voiced Green Lantern
Olan SouleOlan Soule
voiced Batman
Vic PerrinVic Perrin
voiced Sinestro
Main Cast
Stanley Jones (1)Stanley Jones (1)
voiced Lex Luthor
Episode Goofs
Toyman mistakenly calls the Jules Verne novel "20,000 Leagues Beneath the Sea" instead of "Under the Sea"

Hawkman climbs the beanstalk trying to catch up with Toyman instead of simply flying.

When Luthor reveals himself to Batman, Robin, Green Lantern & Black Vulcan in the Hall of Justice he's with Black Manta and Scarecrow but after he traps the Super Friends suddenly Sinestro and Giganta are there and Scarecrow is missing.

Batman claims that he, Robin, Green Lantern & Black Vulcan are in an escape-proof trap.
Batman tries to rewire the computer to reopen the trap door but the trap door never closed, they were simply in a hole in the floor.

Even if Batman and Robin couldn't immediately get out, Black Vulcan and Green Lantern could simply fly out of it and stop Luthor and the rest of the Legion.

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