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First reveal of Dr. Morocco, voiced by Tim Curry

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First reveal of Dr. Morocco, voiced by Tim Curry

Postby Sabrblade » Fri May 18, 2012 9:49 am

The Hub's Facebook has given us a real treat this time. They have revealed the first true look at the very first real antagonist of the Transformers: Rescue Bots cartoon, Dr. Morocco. Plus, Comic Continuum has a preview clip from the next episode featuring this character, which has also been uploaded to YouTube.

Voiced by Emmy Award winning and Tony Award winning actor Tim Curry, Dr. Morocco has been secretly acting behind the scenes throughout the past five or six episodes, manipulating and masterminding everything leading up to tomorrow morning's mid-season climax, in which he will make his formal appearance. Don't miss the two-part one hour event on Transformers: Rescue Bots, "The Other Doctor" and "The Reign of Morocco", tomorrow morning at 9:30am ET, only on the Hub.

Look familiar? Tim Curry ("Annie," "Legend," "Clue," TV's "The Wild Thornberrys") is guest starring on a two-part Transformers Rescue Bots - Saturday at 9:30am ET! What's your favorite Tim Curry role?

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A new scientist on the island tries to replace the rescue team with his new invention, the MorBot, leaving the Burns family and the Rescue Bots out of the action, but Cody searches for proof that the scientist has villainous plans for his new invention.
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