G.I. Joe

Season 2 Episode 8

Sink the Montana

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Aired Weekdays 3:00 PM Sep 29, 1986 on
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Sink the Montana
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An aging admiral learns that his ship is to be scrapped, and he turns to Cobra for help. Cobra renders his ship impervious to electronic vessels, so G.I. Joe must use the two-hundred-year-old USS Constitution to defeat him.

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    Michael Yama

    Michael Yama

    voice of Torpedo (W-4 Edward W. Leialoha)

    Stan Wojno

    Stan Wojno

    voice of Lifeline (E-5 Edwin C. Steen)

    Dan Gilvezan

    Dan Gilvezan

    voice of Slip Stream (0-2 Gregory B. Boyajian)

    Francois Chau

    Francois Chau

    voice of Quick-Kick (E-4 MacArthur S. Ito)

    Peter Cullen

    Peter Cullen

    voice of Airborne (E-5 Franklin E. Talltree) / Zandar

    Hank Garrett

    Hank Garrett

    voice of Dial Tone (E-4 Jack S. Morelli)

    Gregg Berger

    Gregg Berger

    voice of Cutter (O-2 Skip Stone) / Rip Cord (E-4 Wallace A. Weems) / Spirit (E-4 Charlie Iron-Knife) / Sparks / Firefly

    Recurring Role

    Christopher Collins

    Christopher Collins

    voice of Cobra Commander / Breaker / Gung Ho / Ripper / Steeler / Frostbite

    Recurring Role

    Keone Young

    Keone Young

    Storm Shadow

    Recurring Role

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (3)

      • Goof: Toward the end when Hawk tells Lattimer to stop the guns, the admiral is briefly seen in his original uniform after being seen in the Cobra uniform through most of the episode.

      • A very strange animation error: during Hawk's hand to hand grapple with a B.A.T. in the bridge of the Montana, he is pinned to a wall. For no reason, he taps his head twice against the wall and then kicks the B.A.T. off of him. It seems that there was supposed to be more animation here. That the B.A.T. was to have slammed Hawk's head twice against the wall. But, only Hawk's head is animated. However, there are tap tap sounds, so, it was an intended sequence. Either that or the tapping sounds weren't clearly explained in the scripts and so the animators improvised.

      • Animation error: when a B.A.T. tosses a chair at Hawk on the bridge of the Montana, he dodges it and the chair goes through a glass window. The broken glass, however, flies INTO the room instead of out of it. The shards should have been moving in the same direction as the chair, not the opposite.

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    • NOTES (1)

      • The Montana that is depicted in this episode is a fairly close representation except for the laser cannons. The real USS Montana (BB 67) was authorized July 19, 1940 and assigned to the Philadelphia Navy Yard. Before the keel was laid, construction was canceled July 21, 1943.

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • (As Shipwreck's ordering the Joe's around, Wet-Suit thumps a piece of metal in his hand)
        Wet-Suit: What's that you say, Captain Bly?"

        The character mentioned by Wet-Suit is a sinister captain who was kicked off his own ship in the film Mutiny On The Bounty.

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