animated series Stripperella © Network Enterprises / The Firm
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Stripperella

Stan Lee, creator of Spiderman, The Hulk, Fantastic Four, Captain America, X-Men and numerous other Marvel superheroes, aged over 80, turns his hand to a parody of the genre he helped pioneer. By day (well, by night, I suppose) Pamela Anderson is Erotica Jones, a strip-club dancer. But when evil threatens, in the form of some ludicrous parody of one of Lee's old villains, she turns into the busty crimefighting Stripperella, whose superpowers and gadgetry probably shouldn't be described in detail here, but tend to involve things like fashion accessories that do amazing things. Her boss is the decidely peculiar Chief Stroganoff who appears to be out of his mind in a harmless sort of way.

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(note - this review was written when I'd initially given it 2.5 stars) This came on one night while I was waiting for something else I usually watch, and I quickly...
Created by: Network Enterprises, The Firm
Language: English
Country of Origin: USA
Alternate Title: Stan Lee's Stripperella
Featuring the voices of:
Pamela Anderson ... Stripperella, Erotica Jones
Jill Talley ... Persephone
Vince McMahon ... Dirk McMahon
Kid Rock ... Stiffy Woods
Series Created by: Stan Lee
Produced by: Kevin Altieri, Stan Lee, Gerry Anderson, Kevin Kopelow and Heath Seifert
Executive Producers: Stan Lee, Kevin Kopelow, Heath Seifert and Gill Champion
Musical Score by: Gary Lionelli and Amotz Plessner
Theme Music by: Kid Rock
Writing Credits: Steve Holland

Stan Lee, born 1922, is largely credited with rejuvinating the superhero genre in the 1960's, mainly through his writing with Marvel comics. His editorial sign-off was the famous 'nuff said'.

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