History Series / Galidor

20th Nov '17 5:44:47 PM themisterfree
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''Galidor: Defenders of the Outer Dimension'' was a science fiction television show created by tween television writer Tom Lynch, produced by [=CineGroupe=], aired by Creator/FoxKids (the last show to premiere on that programming block before it was replaced by [[Creator/4KidsEntertainment Fox Box]]) and later [[Creator/{{Freeform}} ABC Family]] in 2002, and merchandised with its own {{Lego}} action figure line in exchange for Lego partially funding the series.

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''Galidor: Defenders of the Outer Dimension'' was a science fiction television show created by tween television writer Tom Lynch, produced by [=CineGroupe=], aired by Creator/FoxKids (the last show to premiere on that programming block before it was replaced by [[Creator/4KidsEntertainment the [[Creator/FourKidsEntertainment Fox Box]]) and later [[Creator/{{Freeform}} ABC Family]] in 2002, and merchandised with its own {{Lego}} action figure line in exchange for Lego partially funding the series.
20th Nov '17 5:43:35 PM themisterfree
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''Galidor: Defenders of the Outer Dimension'' was a science fiction television show created by tween television writer Tom Lynch, produced by [=CineGroupe=], aired by Creator/FoxKids (the last show to premiere on that programming block before it was replaced by [[Creator/Four
KidsTV Fox Box]]) and later [[Creator/{{Freeform}} ABC Family]] in 2002, and merchandised with its own {{Lego}} action figure line in exchange for Lego partially funding the series.

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''Galidor: Defenders of the Outer Dimension'' was a science fiction television show created by tween television writer Tom Lynch, produced by [=CineGroupe=], aired by Creator/FoxKids (the last show to premiere on that programming block before it was replaced by [[Creator/Four
KidsTV
[[Creator/4KidsEntertainment Fox Box]]) and later [[Creator/{{Freeform}} ABC Family]] in 2002, and merchandised with its own {{Lego}} action figure line in exchange for Lego partially funding the series.
20th Nov '17 5:43:17 PM themisterfree
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''Galidor: Defenders of the Outer Dimension'' was a science fiction television show created by tween television writer Tom Lynch, produced by [=CineGroupe=], aired by Creator/FoxKids (the last show to premiere on that programming block before it was replaced by [[Creator/4KidsTV Fox Box]]) and later [[Creator/{{Freeform}} ABC Family]] in 2002, and merchandised with its own {{Lego}} action figure line in exchange for Lego partially funding the series.

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''Galidor: Defenders of the Outer Dimension'' was a science fiction television show created by tween television writer Tom Lynch, produced by [=CineGroupe=], aired by Creator/FoxKids (the last show to premiere on that programming block before it was replaced by [[Creator/4KidsTV [[Creator/Four
KidsTV
Fox Box]]) and later [[Creator/{{Freeform}} ABC Family]] in 2002, and merchandised with its own {{Lego}} action figure line in exchange for Lego partially funding the series.
20th Nov '17 5:43:03 PM themisterfree
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''Galidor: Defenders of the Outer Dimension'' was a science fiction television show created by tween television writer Tom Lynch, produced by [=CineGroup=], aired by {{Fox Kids}} (the last show to premiere on that programming block before it was replaced by Fox Box) and later ABC Family in 2002, and merchandised with its own {{Lego}} action figure line in exchange for Lego partially funding the series.

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''Galidor: Defenders of the Outer Dimension'' was a science fiction television show created by tween television writer Tom Lynch, produced by [=CineGroup=], [=CineGroupe=], aired by {{Fox Kids}} Creator/FoxKids (the last show to premiere on that programming block before it was replaced by [[Creator/4KidsTV Fox Box) Box]]) and later [[Creator/{{Freeform}} ABC Family Family]] in 2002, and merchandised with its own {{Lego}} action figure line in exchange for Lego partially funding the series.
14th Oct '17 12:06:07 AM HelloLamppost
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No relation to Galador, homeworld of Comicbook/RomSpaceknight.
16th Sep '17 10:37:35 AM nombretomado
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Three video games were also made as tie-ins for the series: a Flash game for the Fox Kids website, and games for the GameBoyAdvance and PC. A comic book tie-in was also released.

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Three video games were also made as tie-ins for the series: a Flash game for the Fox Kids website, and games for the GameBoyAdvance UsefulNotes/GameBoyAdvance and PC. A comic book tie-in was also released.



* MerchandiseDriven: The show is mostly remembered for the infamous series of LEGO figures made to promote it, and was helped by UsefulNotes/McDonalds Happy Meal toys and video game tie-ins for the PC, GameBoyAdvance and a flash game on the Fox Kids website. Certainly could give the impression that the show was running on toy promotion, and considering the factor of the toy line's disastrous reception, might not be inconceivable.

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* MerchandiseDriven: The show is mostly remembered for the infamous series of LEGO figures made to promote it, and was helped by UsefulNotes/McDonalds Happy Meal toys and video game tie-ins for the PC, GameBoyAdvance UsefulNotes/GameBoyAdvance and a flash game on the Fox Kids website. Certainly could give the impression that the show was running on toy promotion, and considering the factor of the toy line's disastrous reception, might not be inconceivable.
7th Sep '17 10:28:51 PM SymBionicFan
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The show follows Nick Bluetooth, who awakens on his birthday to find a floating tablet that, with the help of his friend Allegra Zane, leads to a egg-shaped transport that sends them into the Outer Dimension, a series of alternate universes where the evil Gorm seeks to take over. Nick learns he's the one destined to free the realms from Gorm's tyranny, and he has a special power called Glinching that lets him swap body parts with the various denizens of the realms. Allying with a cyborg, a frog-man, and a yeti midget, they travel in the "Egg" spacecraft to find the MacGuffin of key fragments that will lead them to the lost city of Galidor, which will provide them the means to save the Outer Dimension, and maybe even solve the mystery of Nick's DisappearedDad, who it seems had a history with this strange realm.

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The show follows Nick Bluetooth, who awakens on his birthday to find a floating tablet that, with the help of his best friend Allegra Zane, leads to a egg-shaped transport that sends them into the Outer Dimension, a series of alternate universes where the evil Gorm seeks to take over. Nick learns he's the one destined to free the realms from Gorm's tyranny, and he has a special power called Glinching that lets him swap body parts with the various denizens of the realms. Allying with a cyborg, a frog-man, and a yeti midget, they travel in the "Egg" spacecraft to find the MacGuffin of key fragments that will lead them to the lost city of Galidor, which will provide them the means to save the Outer Dimension, and maybe even solve the mystery of Nick's DisappearedDad, who it seems had a history with this strange realm.
4th Aug '17 10:23:44 PM SpaceHunterDrakeRedcrest
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25th Nov '16 3:14:43 PM nombretomado
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* SpiritualSuccessor: The toy line got one years later with the ''{{Ben 10}}'' series of Lego toys, which unwisely decided to reuse the exact same "not usable with other Lego, pseudo action figure in pieces" concept as the maligned Galidor toys did. Unsurprisingly, that toy line was also a resounding flop.

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* SpiritualSuccessor: The toy line got one years later with the ''{{Ben 10}}'' ''Franchise/Ben10'' series of Lego toys, which unwisely decided to reuse the exact same "not usable with other Lego, pseudo action figure in pieces" concept as the maligned Galidor toys did. Unsurprisingly, that toy line was also a resounding flop.
31st Oct '16 1:04:13 PM WillKeaton
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* SpiritualSuccessor: The toy line got one years later with the {{Ben 10}} series of Lego toys, which unwisely decided to reuse the exact same "not usable with other Lego, pseudo action figure in pieces" concept as the maligned Galidor toys did. Unsurprisingly, that toy line was also a resounding flop.

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* SpiritualSuccessor: The toy line got one years later with the {{Ben 10}} ''{{Ben 10}}'' series of Lego toys, which unwisely decided to reuse the exact same "not usable with other Lego, pseudo action figure in pieces" concept as the maligned Galidor toys did. Unsurprisingly, that toy line was also a resounding flop.
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