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Beast Wars: Transformers (1996)

Beast Wars: Transformers
6.8 Rating
(109 ratings)
8.2 IMDB rating

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Directed by (View all)
Jonathan Goodwill

Jonathan Goodwill



Starring (View all)
Scott McNeil

Scott McNeil

 Dinobot / ...
Gary Chalk

Gary Chalk

 Optimus Primal / ...
Garry Chalk

Garry Chalk

 Optimus Primal / ...
Ian James Corlett

Ian James Corlett

 Cheetor / ...
Richard Newman

Richard Newman

 Rhinox / ...
David Kaye

David Kaye

 Megatron
Venus Terzo

Venus Terzo

 Blackarachnia
Alec Willows

Alec Willows

 Tarantulas


Written by (View all)
Bob Forward

Bob Forward



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Beast Wars: Transformers

1 year, 2 months ago at Jun 11 18:51
You ever watch a TV show and think, my god that had no right to be even remotely that good? That’s how I felt while watching Beast Wars: Transformers. Of course, I had watched it as a child, but the only thing I really remembered was a few character names and it was robotic dinosaurs and insects versus robotic mammals. While no one can really pronounce this as the greatest show of all time, for ... read more

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6 months, 3 weeks ago at Jan 26 21:53
I love this show! It's very interesting due to lots of character variety and development, and it gets much deeper than that the more episodes you see.
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The Transformers' war continues in an older time, through a new generation. On pliocenic Earth, the heroic Maximals and the evil Predacons battle for survival against each other and against a violent planet.
Release date: 6 August 1996
UPC: 603497607020
Action (5), Robots (4), Animation (4), Sci-fi (3), Cg (3), Animated (3), Cw (2), Dinosaur (2), Cartoon (2), 1990s (2), Ian James Corlett (1), Superheroes (1), Garry Chalk (1), Scifi (1), Gary Chalk (1), Childrens (1), Scott McNeil (1), Cgi (1), Colin Davies (1), William Lau (1)
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“I love this show! It's very interesting due to lots of character variety and development, and it gets much deeper than that the more episodes you see.” read more

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Beast Wars: Transformers

“You ever watch a TV show and think, my god that had no right to be even remotely that good? That’s how I felt while watching Beast Wars: Transformers. Of course, I had watched it as a child, but the only thing I really remembered was a few character names and it was robotic dinosaurs and insects versus robotic mammals. While no one can really pronounce this as the greatest show of all time, for being a show based on a line of action figures, it brings a surprising amount of depth to its characters and storytelling and connects itself back to the original Transformers series in a reverent and unique way.

That isn’t to say the series is flawless and doesn’t occasionally dip too far into the “extended toy commercial” zone, because a good chunk of the third season is hamper” read more

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" Note: This show was awesome and it got me into the Transformers franchise. It was a really cool show and it was no other show at the time. I also loved all of the characters and Megatron was always my favorite. "


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"Beast Wars was the only Transformers series I ever watched.The concept is simple.Prehistoric Animals have the ability to turn into robots.There were the good guys(Maximals)vs the bad guys (Predacons)It was a fun full CG series with a surprising amount of depth for this type of show.My mornings were incomplete unless I watched Beast Wars."


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