07 October 2011

Deleted scene from "Evil-Lyn's Plot".

Here I present four pages of a deleted scene from the season one He-Man episode "Evil-Lyn's Plot". In this scene we see Teela teaching Prince Adam how to use a bow and arrow. There are some very amusing sight gags in these panels that would have made for an entertaining scene. The punch line when Teela leaves is good, proving once again that much of Prince Adam's incompetence is merely an act. While this scene is unnecessary, it is still a shame that it was cut for time. At the end of the scene you will see that Prince Adam unsheathes the Sword of Power from a different angle than what we are used to. This sequence was supposed to have been used here, and in the previous transformation in the episode, but for some reason they did not use it on the one transformation sequence in the episode. This animation would eventually be used in season two's "The Rainbow Warrior"...



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3 comments:

Kevin Martinell said...

Yes, that take on the transformation was memorable and well-used ... Too bad that the transformation was edited in "The Rainbow Warrior."

This scene would have worked better for the episode, because He-Man and Battlecat are actually shown relaxing when Zoar shows up ... It's like they are already waiting for their next mission!

Prince Adam's reactions are brilliant when Teela takes the bow and arrow away from him as well as when he shrugs his shoulders towards the audience. :) Cringer's stock pose, as he states, "Show off," is great as well! Thanks for reading and God Bless! ~"KevyGuy" :)

Chris (He-Fan) said...

This would have been a lovely moment, it's a great shame it got cut - I particularly like the idea of Adam showing Cringer that his ineptitude is an act, a fact that gets conclusively proven in "Into Etheria", where no one knows who Adam is and he can just take the shackles off! :)

HB Potlood said...

Whoohoo, deleted scenes! It sure is great to live in the digital age and be able to find all this wonderful info at your fingertips.

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