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Timefighters

Several of the historical-themed episodes were edited together and dubbed by Jim Terry Productions (of Force Five and Robby the Rascal fame) for the US home video market in 1984, under the name Timefighters. Several of the fairytale-themed episodes were also edited together and dubbed by Jim Terry Productions for the US home video market in 1984, under the name Timefighters in the Land of Fantasy. [5]

Name changes:

Even Harmony Gold released a TV movie in 1985 as Time Patrol.

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Time Bokan
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Cover art from the original soundtrack
タイムボカン
(Taimu Bokan)