Flash Gordon: Marooned on Mongo Trailer

Flash Gordon: Marooned on Mongo Trailer (1996)

20 May 1996

The fearsome Ming the Merciless is determined to take over the universe, no matter the consequences, in this animated adventure inspired by the work of comic book artist Alexander Raymond. Only a fearless teenager turned superhero, American Alex Gordon, and his pal, Dale Arden, can put an end to the maniac's madness, but Ming will stop at nothing to achieve total and complete intergalactic supremacy. Compilation of episodes of https://www.themoviedb.org/tv/3464-flash-gordon

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