|"Invasion of the Fearians"|
Season 1, Episode 2
|Airdate||September 16th, 1978|
|Director||Ray Patterson; Carl Urbano|
|Producer||William Hanna; Joseph Barbera; Don Jurwich; Iwao Takamoto|
|Starring||Jack Angel; Marlene Aragon; Lewis Bailey; Michael Bell; Bill Callaway; Ted Cassidy; Melanie Chartoff; Henry Corden; Danny Dark; Al Fann; Shannon Farnon; Ruth Forman; Bob Hastings; Bob Holt; Buster Jones; Stanley Jones; Casey Kasem; Don Messick; Vic Perrin; Renny Roker; Stanley Ross; Dick Ryal; Michael Rye; Olan Soule; Jimmy Weldon; Frank Welker; Louise Williams|
|Previous||"Wanted: The Super Friends"|
|Next||"The World's Deadliest Game"|
"Invasion of the Fearians" is the second episode of the animated superhero action series Challenge of the Super Friends. It was directed by Ray Patterson and Carl Urbano with a script written and developed by Jeffrey Scott. The episode first aired on ABC on Saturday morning on September 16th, 1978.
Note: The following represents the regular cast list for the series. Not every voice actor who is credited on the show necessarily works on each individual episode. The voice cast list below is taken from the episode itself.
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Notes & Trivia Edit
- This episode is included on disc one of the Challenge of the Super Friends: The First Season DVD collection. The collection was produced by Warner Home Video and released in Region 1 format on July 6th, 2004.
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