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Cast | Episode Listing | Formats | Notes | Pictures | Synopsis - Official
|Zarm (Season 4 & 5)||Malcolm McDowell|
|Captain Planet||David Coburn|
|Wheeler Sloane||Joey Dedio|
Created by Ted Turner
Story by #96 - Ron Myrick & Nick Boxer
Written by #96 - Sean Catherine Derek & Laren Bright
Episodes I can confirm Zarm is in.
|73. Future Shock||10/30/93|
|96. In Zarm's Way||2/4/95|
Where Malcolm is listed in the credits, but I haven't seen Zarm.
|66. A Mine Is a Terrible Thing to Waste Pt 1||9/11/93|
|67. A Mine Is a Terrible Thing to Waste Pt 2||9/18/93|
|68. I Just Want to Be Your Teddy Bear||9/25/93|
|69. Missing Linka||10/2/93|
|70. The Unbearable Blightness of Being||10/9/93|
|71. Wheeler's Ark||10/16/93|
|72. Sea No Evil||10/23/93|
|75. Talkin' Trash||11/13/93|
|78. Gorillas Will Be Missed||2/5/94|
|90. The Ghost of Porkaloin Past||9/24/94|
|92. Horns a' Plenty||11/5/94|
|93. A River Ran Through It||11/12/94|
|94. No Place Like Home||11/19/94|
|96. In Zarm's Way||2/4/95|
|97. No Small Problem||2/11/95|
|98. Numbers Game||2/18/95|
|99. Nothing's Sacred||2/25/95|
|100. Who's Running the Show?||5/13/95|
Nothing has been released on DVD. There are a few VHS releases that are long out of print:
Deadly Glow - 1 ep from Season 3
Deadly Waters - 2eps
A Hero for Earth - A Hero for Earth & Deadly Ransom
Mission to Save Earth - Both parts from Season 1
OK at the Gunfight Corral
Power Is Yours - Skumm Lord & The Conqueror
Toxic Terror - 2eps
Volume 1 - A Hero for Earth & The Conqueror
Volume 2 - Skumm Lord & Deadly Ransom
This is pretty much the hardest of Malcolm's appearances to get to the bottom of for many reasons. First is the character was also voiced by David Warner and Sting who just happen to be the 2 people he's most confused with. Second the character changes appearance making him hard to pinpoint. Third - Zarm isn't listed by name in the credits, instead it's just "polluting perpetrator" so it's hard to find what episodes he's in. Fourth - the imdb lists him as only appearing in 1990-3 episodes, yet the only ones I've found all occur in 1993-5. Bottom line is no one seems to care about the show enough to list each actor in each episode, so I'm recording them all to find out exactly where he appears.
I've seen no mention of MM in the season 6 credits.
The show starts out as Captain Planet and the Planeteers then changes to The New Adventures of Captain Planet for the last 2 seasons.
In late Season 4 and early Season 5 episodes Mark Hamill is listed. I've never seen him attached to the show anywhere. I haven't seen him listed in the same episode as MM, otherwise it would be another time they would have working together after doing many Wing Commander III projects together.
There was a line of toys made from the show as well as a Nintendo video game.
Malcolm's screen credit
Zarm as he first appears in "In Zarm's Way"
Seeing the Earth in its profound environmental peril, Gaia, goddess of the Earth, summons five kids from around the world to become the Planeteers, an opposing force to fight back and educate others in the need to be environmentally responsible. To accomplish that task, each kid is given a magic ring that each has a power of earth, wind, water, fire and heart. When the threat they face is too big for them to face, they can combine and amplify their powers to create Captain Planet, who has the power to stop catastrophic environmental disasters himself, while the Planeteers contribute with the things anyone can and should do to help.
Zarm is a war-like spirit who was long ago defeated by Gaia and fled from Earth. He returns to Earth in the guise of an alien being and tempts the Planeteers with notions of greed and power. Zarm's greatest desire is to destroy Gaia and Captain Planet, and instigate hatred and war on a global scale. He uses his powers to pit humans against each other, then sits back to watch their own destruction. Clothed in battle armor and wearing a sinister sneer, Zarm's appearance is usually warlike and menacing, though he sometimes appears in a benevolent form in order to dupe the innocent and unwary.
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