Series following the work of RSPCA officers as they help animals in need.
Status: To Be Determined
Runtime: 60 minutes
Animal S.O.S. - List of The Transformers episodes - Netflix
This is a list containing the episodes of The Transformers, an animated television series depicting a war among the Autobots and Decepticons who could transform into vehicles, other objects and animals. Written and recorded in America, the series was animated in Japan and later South Korea. The entire series was based upon the line of transforming toys originally created by Japanese toy manufacturer Takara, which were developed into the Transformers line by American company Hasbro. In the United States, the show aired a total of 98 episodes between 1984 and 1987. The episodes are ordered chronologically by broadcast date.
Animal S.O.S. - Scramble City (1986) - Netflix
Scramble City was released as an OVA (Original Video Animation) only in Japan in April 1986. It was created as a promotional video for the new line of Japan-exclusive “Scramble City” taking place years directly after Season 2 during the early stages of construction on Autobot City. Beginning with a recap of the coming of the Transformers to Earth and the story of Devastator, the OVA then gets its original story underway, as the Autobots are shown to be in the midst of constructing the powerful “Scramble City”, overseen by their newest arrival, Ultra Magnus. The Decepticons have a new member of their own, a mini cassette named Ratbat. When the Decepticons learn of “Scramble City”, their combiner robots are deployed to attack, and a battle between them and their Autobot counterparts ensues, focusing on their “Scramble Power” – the interchangeability of the individual limbs – to the extent that at one point, Breakdown of the Stunticons connects to Superion to damage him. At the OVA's conclusion, Scramble City is activated and assumes its robot mode of Metroplex to rout the Decepticons. However, from the ocean depths, the Decepticons' own city, Trypticon, rises.
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