Drak Pack (TV)

USA 1980

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Drak Pack
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To make amends for all the havoc his uncle Count Dracula has caused, his great-nephew leads a trio of monster superheroes against the forces of Dr. Dred. When they strike their hands and yell Drak Pack Wacko! they transform into teenage versions of Dracula, The Frankenstein Monster and a Werewolf. It premiered on CBS-TV on September 6, 1980 and ran through September 12, 1982

a.k.a. Drak Pack


Cast:
William Callaway as Frankie/Howler (voice)
Hans Conried as Dr. Dred (voice)
Jerry Dexter as Drak Jr. (voice)
Chuck McCann as Mummy Man (voice)
Julie McWhirter as Vampira (voice)
Don Messick as Toad/Fly (voice)
Alan Oppenheimer as Count Dracula (voice)

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