He-Man and the Masters of the Universe

Season 1 Episode 28

Double Edged Sword

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Aired Unknown Oct 04, 1983 on USA
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Palace Eternia has run out of Eternium, the fuel which generates all power in Eternia. A young boy called Chad finds a sample while practising his training with his grandfather in the desert, and He-Man and Teela set out to collect it from them. But the Eternium is stolen by Trap Jaw, who intends to use it to gain equal power to He-Man! As He-Man fights to recover the Eternium and stop Trap Jaw, Chad learns a thing or two about the real dangers of fighting.moreless

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  • Double Edged Sword

    9.5
    Double Edged Sword was a good episode of He-Man and the MOTU. I liked the story and how Merman and Trapjaw were working together. Chad and his grandfather were interesting characters who make an important discovery just in time. The action was fun. The moral lesson was important. I look forward to the next episode!!!!!!!!!



George DiCenzo

George DiCenzo

Some additional voices (not credited)

Alan Oppenheimer

Alan Oppenheimer

voice of: Skeletor, Man-At-Arms, Cringer/Battle Cat, Merman, Buzz-Off, Roboto, Melaktha, Yuckers and others

Lou Scheimer

Lou Scheimer

voice of: Orko, King Randor, Stratos, Trap Jaw, Tri-Clops, Man-E-Faces, Kobra Khan, Mekaneck, Fisto, Clawful, Modulok, Sy-Klone,

Linda Gary

Linda Gary

voice of: Teela, Evil-Lyn, The Sorceress, Queen Marlena, Dree Elle, Delora, Queen Elmora, Lady Valtera, Shokoti, Kittrina and ot

John Erwin

John Erwin

voice of: Prince Adam/He-Man, Beast Man, Ram Man, Whiplash, Webstor, Granamyr, Icer, Count Marzo, Squinch the Widget, Zagraz, Pr

Erika Scheimer

Erika Scheimer

Queen Marlena (in some episodes), additional voices (not always credited)

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    • He-Man: Sometimes movies and television adventure series like this one make it seem as though shooting a gun, fighting, and taking chances are fun and exciting things to do. And what's more, the good guys never get hurt. But in real life, people do get hurt, even killed, when they fight or use guns. Make believe can be fun, and there's nothing wrong with imagining great adventures. But never forget, that when it's the real thing, someone can get hurt. Even the good guys. Even you.

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    • This was another episode to be adapted by Mattel into a mini-comic, made available with some of the action figures.

    • This episode was written as a reaction against critics who were accusing the He-Man series of glamorising violence to kids. He-Man delivers a powerful moral at the end of the episode in which he admits the show is a work of fiction, and that fighting is not fun, as enjoyable as action TV shows may be.

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