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The Savage Time: Part II 

Mired in World War II, the Leaguers discover that Vandal Savage has usurped Hitler and is getting technology from his future self, setting the stage for his eventual rule.

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Hawkgirl / Shayera Hol (as Maria Canals)
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Wonder Woman / Princess Diana (voice)
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Green Lantern / John Stewart (voice)
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Vandal Savage (voice)
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Steve Trevor (voice)
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Blackhawk (voice)
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Sgt. Rock (voice)
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Bulldozer (voice)
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General Hoffman (voice) (as Grant Albrecht)
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Ernst (voice)
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Mired in World War II, the Leaguers discover that Vandal Savage has usurped Hitler and is getting technology from his future self, setting the stage for his eventual rule.

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At one point Superman destroys an attacking German fighter by flying through it. Just after this Superman can be seen flying while on fire - a tribute to the Original Human Torch from Marvel Comics who was also portrayed as fighting against the Nazis in the 1940s. See more »

Goofs

On Blackhawk island, while Superman, Hawkgirl and Flash look at reconnaissance photos of a factory, directly behind them is a map showing Japan and North and South Korea. However, North and South Korea were not divided until 1948, three years after the end of World War II. See more »

Quotes

J'onn J'onzz: You age gracefully.
Vandal Savage: You have no idea.
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Justice League Theme
Written by Lolita Ritmanis
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