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‘G.I. Joe: The Movie’ Returns To Theaters For 35th Anniversary

‘G.I. Joe: The Movie’ Returns To Theaters For 35th Anniversary

G.I. Joe: The Movie will screen for the first time in theaters when it returns for its 35th Anniversary.

Fathom Events announced G.I. Joe: The Movie will screen in theaters for two days on Thursday, June 23 and Saturday, June 25. Tickets are now on sale.

G.I. Joe faces a new enemy as an ancient society of snake people known as Cobra-La try to forcefully take back the earth from those who drove them underground eons ago. The leader of Cobra-La, Golobulus, sends out Cobra Commander and the Cobra forces to steal the Joe’s BET, Broadcast Energy Transmitter, but they have failed to do so. Golobulus and Cobra-La need the BET because it’s the only energy source that is hot enough to ripen the pods they are about to launch into the earth’s atmosphere and devolve mankind into their perfect society, one that is devoid of any intellectually sound organic life-forms. G.I. Joe knows if they don’t quickly stop the enemy from launching the spores into the earth’s atmosphere, it could devolve mankind as they know it.  

G.I. Joe: The Movie was released in 1987 directed by Don Jurwich and written by Ron Friedman and Roger Slifer featuring the voice talents of Michael Bell as Duke, Arthur Burghardt as Destro, Brian Cummings as Dr. Mindbender, Dick Gautier as Serpentor, Ed Gilbert as Hawk, Peter Cullen as Xandar, Zack Hoffman as Zartan, Kene Holiday as Roadblock, John Hostetter as Bazooka, Don Johnson as Falcon, Christopher Collins as Cobra Commander, Mary McDonald-Lewis as Lady J, Morgan Lofting as Baroness, Chuck McCann as Leatherneck, Michael McConnohie as Cross-Country, Burgess Meredith as Golobulus, Bill Ratner as Flint, Robert Remus as Sgt. Slaughter, B.J. Ward as Scarlett, Charlie Adler as Low Light, Shuko Akune as Jinx, and Jack Angel as Wet-Suit.

G.I. Joe: The Movie 35th Anniversary trailer:

G.I. Joe: The Movie 35th Annivesary