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Saban's Beetleborgs: The Vampire Files

AKA: Saban's Big Bad Beetleborgs (series title)

Release Date: 1997 USA
Running time: 41' (cover 43') - Source: VHS NTSC
Rating: US: NR
Main Crew: Director: Worth Keeter (Hijack 1999; Snapdragon 1993; Dogs Of Hell 1982)
Producer: Saban
Score: Jeremy Sweet / Barry Trop / Inon Zur / Marc Crandall
Writer: Elizabeth Ann Cooper / David Fletcher
Director of photography: James Mathers


Summary: Get ready for more spook-tacular fun and adventure with Drew (Wesley barker), Roland (Herbie Baez) and Jo (Brittany Konarzewski), the Charterville kids who can borg into their favorite comic book superheroes, THE BEETLEBORGS. The threesome's smarts and powers are put to the test when the Commissioner of Vampires (Alan Coates) arrives and threatens Flabber's (Billy Forester) frightful friend Fangula (Joe Hackett) with eternal retirement if he doesn't start acting more like a blood-sucking fiend. That's just the start of Fangula's troubles, for classroom nerd and determined vampire hunter Norman Nussbaum (Kristopher Kachurak) is ready to drive home his point - at Fangula's expense!
Note: - This tape contains the episodes 42 (Fangula's Last Bite) and 48 (Norman Nussbaum: Vampire Hunter) from the first season of "Saban's Big Bad Beetleborgs" by toy-manufacturer Saban Entertainment. The show ran on Fox from 1996 to 1998, with the first season named "Saban's Big Bad Beetleborgs", while the second season was called "Beetleborgs Metallix".
- Saban adapted the Japanese series "Juko B-Fighter" (created by Saburo Hatte for TOEI Television) into an English language version that has extracted the original Japanese cast and replaced it with young American actors.

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