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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: When the series first aired on CITV, there were three VHS releases by VCI. In addition, two more [=DVDs=] and VHS tapes were released in 2003 as part of Cinema Club's "Kids Club" range, and some people have taped the show off the air from either CITV or Pop. Otherwise, no releases to this day.

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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: When the series first aired on CITV, there were three VHS releases by VCI. In addition, two more [=DVDs=] and VHS tapes were released in 2003 as part of Cinema Club's "Kids Club" range, and some people have taped the show off the air from either CITV or Pop. Otherwise, no releases to this day. Some of the episodes are even outright lost media, while others aren't in their original English dubs.


* WrittenByCastMember: Voice actors, Jimmy Hibbert, Lorelei King and Rob Rackstraw wrote the episodes.

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* WrittenByCastMember: Voice actors, Jimmy Hibbert, Lorelei King and Rob Rackstraw wrote some of the episodes.


* WrittenByCastMember: Voice actors, Jimmy Hibbert and Rob Rackstraw wrote the episodes.

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* WrittenByCastMember: Voice actors, Jimmy Hibbert Hibbert, Lorelei King and Rob Rackstraw wrote the episodes.


* FakeRussian: Marmagora speaks with a Russian accent, and was voiced by Sophie Aldred, a British actress best known for playing Ace in Doctor Who.


* ScrewedByTheNetwork: The series suffered from much of this by CITV, including delaying one of the episodes by a week with a repeat filled in its place. In addition, there has yet to be a DVD release in North America, even though the show was aired on Creator/FoxKids over there.

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* ScrewedByTheNetwork: The series suffered from much of this by CITV, including delaying one of the episodes by a week with a repeat filled in its place. In addition, there has yet to be a DVD release in North America, even though the show was aired on Creator/FoxKids Creator/ToonDisney over there.


* FakeRussian: Marmagora speaks with a Russian accent, and was voiced by Kate Harbour, a British voice actress.
* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: When the series first aired on the BBC, there were three VHS releases by BBC Video. In addition, two more [=DVDs=] and VHS tapes were released in 2003 as part of Cinema Club's "Kids Club" range, and some people have taped the show off the air from either BBC One, BBC Two or the CBBC Channel. Otherwise, no releases to this day.
* ScrewedByTheNetwork: The series suffered from much of this by the BBC, including delaying one of the episodes by a week with a repeat filled in its place. In addition, there has yet to be a DVD release in North America, even though the show was aired on Creator/FoxKids over there.
* WrittenByCastMember: Voice actress Kate Harbour wrote one episode of the series, while Jimmy Hibbert and Rob Rackstraw wrote other episodes.

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* FakeRussian: Marmagora speaks with a Russian accent, and was voiced by Kate Harbour, Sophie Aldred, a British voice actress.
actress best known for playing Ace in Doctor Who.
* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: When the series first aired on the BBC, CITV, there were three VHS releases by BBC Video. VCI. In addition, two more [=DVDs=] and VHS tapes were released in 2003 as part of Cinema Club's "Kids Club" range, and some people have taped the show off the air from either BBC One, BBC Two CITV or the CBBC Channel.Pop. Otherwise, no releases to this day.
* ScrewedByTheNetwork: The series suffered from much of this by the BBC, CITV, including delaying one of the episodes by a week with a repeat filled in its place. In addition, there has yet to be a DVD release in North America, even though the show was aired on Creator/FoxKids over there.
* WrittenByCastMember: Voice actress Kate Harbour wrote one episode of the series, while actors, Jimmy Hibbert and Rob Rackstraw wrote other the episodes.


* FakeRussian: Marmagora speaks with a Russian accent, and was voiced by Lorelei King, an American voice actress.

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* FakeRussian: Marmagora speaks with a Russian accent, and was voiced by Lorelei King, an American Kate Harbour, a British voice actress.


* WrittenByCastMember: Voice actors Lorelei King, Jimmy Hibbert and Rob Rackstraw wrote some episodes of the series.

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* WrittenByCastMember: Voice actors Lorelei King, actress Kate Harbour wrote one episode of the series, while Jimmy Hibbert and Rob Rackstraw wrote some episodes of the series.
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* WrittenByCastMember: Voice actors Lorelei King, Jimmy Hibbert and Rob Rackstraw wrote some episodes of the series.


* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: When the series first aired on the BBC, there were three VHS releases by BBC Video. In addition, three [=DVDs=] containing the episodes released on the VHS tapes and five episodes new to home video were released by BBC DVD in 2003. Two more [=DVDs=] and VHS tapes were also released in 2003 as part of Cinema Club's "Kids Club" range, and some people have taped the show off the air from either BBC One, BBC Two or the CBBC Channel. Otherwise, no releases to this day.
* ScrewedByTheNetwork: The series suffered from much of this by the BBC, including delaying one of the episodes by a week with a repeat filled in its place. In addition, there has yet to be a DVD release in North America (even though the show was aired on Cartoon Network over there).

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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: When the series first aired on the BBC, there were three VHS releases by BBC Video. In addition, three [=DVDs=] containing the episodes released on the VHS tapes and five episodes new to home video were released by BBC DVD in 2003. Two two more [=DVDs=] and VHS tapes were also released in 2003 as part of Cinema Club's "Kids Club" range, and some people have taped the show off the air from either BBC One, BBC Two or the CBBC Channel. Otherwise, no releases to this day.
* ScrewedByTheNetwork: The series suffered from much of this by the BBC, including delaying one of the episodes by a week with a repeat filled in its place. In addition, there has yet to be a DVD release in North America (even America, even though the show was aired on Cartoon Network Creator/FoxKids over there).
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* ScrewedByTheNetwork: The series suffered from much of this by the BBC, including delaying one of the episodes by a week with a repeat filled in its place. In addition, there has yet to be a DVD release in North America (even though the show was aired on Cartoon Network over there).

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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: When the series first aired on the BBC, there were three VHS releases by BBC Video. In addition, three [=DVDs=] containing the episodes released on the VHS tapes and five episodes new to home video were released by BBC DVD in 2003. Two more [=DVDs=] and VHS tapes were also released in 2003 as part of Cinema Club's "Kids Club" range, and some people have taped the show off the air from either BBC One, BBC Two or the CBBC Channel. Otherwise, no releases to this day.
* ScrewedByTheNetwork: The series suffered from much of this by the BBC, including delaying one of the episodes by a week with a repeat filled in its place. In addition, there has yet to be a DVD release in North America (even though the show was aired on Cartoon Network over there).there).

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* FakeRussian: Marmagora speaks with a Russian accent, and was voiced by Lorelei King, an American voice actress.

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* FakeRussian: Marmagora speaks with a Russian accent, and was voiced by Lorelei King, an American voice actress.actress.
* ScrewedByTheNetwork: The series suffered from much of this by the BBC, including delaying one of the episodes by a week with a repeat filled in its place. In addition, there has yet to be a DVD release in North America (even though the show was aired on Cartoon Network over there).

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* FakeRussian: Marmagora speaks with a Russian accent, and was voiced by Lorelei King, an American voice actress.

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