The Adventures of the Galaxy Rangers

The Adventures of the Galaxy Rangers

The Bureau of Extra-Terrestrial Affairs (BETA) has commissioned several cybernetically-enhanced Galaxy Rangers to patrol the frontier parts of the galaxy, thwarting the plans of the evil Queen of the Crown Empire. The Rangers rode mechanical steeds and are led by Zachary Foxx, whose wife was forcibly placed into a psychocrystal by the Queen.

Episode Info

Final: 1x65 -- Heartbeat (Dec/11/1986)

Available Episodes

Oct 27, 1986
Season 1 episode 32

Natural Balance
Oct 24, 1986
Season 1 episode 31

Oct 23, 1986
Season 1 episode 30

Oct 22, 1986
Season 1 episode 29

The Magnificent Kiwi
Oct 21, 1986
Season 1 episode 28

Oct 20, 1986
Season 1 episode 27

Lady of Light
Oct 17, 1986
Season 1 episode 26

Jerry OrbachJerry Orbach
voiced Zachary Foxx
Doug PreisDoug Preis
voiced Shane "Goose" Gooseman
Hubert KellyHubert Kelly
voiced Walther "Doc" Hartford
Laura DeanLaura Dean
voiced Niko
Bob BottoneBob Bottone
voiced Zozo
Earl HammondEarl Hammond
voiced Commander Joseph Walsh
Henry MandellHenry Mandell
voiced Waldo
Sandy Marshall (1)Sandy Marshall (1)
voiced Buzzwang


Reviews: 1
GR: A Lot Of Adult Sci-Fi Concepts For A "Kids Sho...Rating: 0 likes, 1 dislikes

Most cartoons made in the 1980's made their shows financially successful by targeting a young demographic group with simple concepts of morality and the mass marketing of show-related toys. "The Adventures Of the Galaxy Rangers" or -G.R for short- tried to squeeze those marketing concepts into a show which was designed for a young adult audience. Alas, the old addage "Too Many Cooks Spoil The Soup" seemed to apply to G.R , as the show ceased production after only one season of 65 episodes. But in it's short run G.R introduced adult sci-fi concepts such as telekinetics, life force energies, genetic manipulation, faster-than-light space travel, cybernetics, artifical intelligence, robotics, dimensional rifts, gigantic super-collider machines and much more to their audience. This effort to expand the minds of it's audience earns G.R a thumbs-up to many hardcore cartoon fans even to this day. If you watched G.R as a child, you might want to give the show a second look to see what adult content might have gone over your head back then. Read more

Review posted on Tuesday, October 5th 2010 at 9:52 pm

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Classification: Animation
Genre: Animation General | Sci-Fi | Western
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: Syndicated ( USA)
Airs: Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays
Runtime: 30 Minutes
Premiere: September 14, 1986
Ended: September 11, 1987
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