Gargoyles

Last Updated on: October 12th, 2022

Here is everything you need to know about the amazing Disney series Gargoyles including casting, episodes, fun facts and more. I hope you find this listing informative and helpful!

Gargoyles Description

Gargoyles (Disney Afternoon Show)Gargoyles was a popular Disney Afternoon children’s show that ran from 1994-1996

For 1,000 years, a race of heroic creatures has been frozen in stone — the victims of human betrayal. Now, with the magic spell broken, these amazing Gargoyles awaken from their slumber to find themselves transported from the moors of Scotland to the bustling metropolis of New York City. Follow each suspenseful episode to find out if this proud clan of winged warriors will seek revenge on the race that betrayed them. (source)




Gargoyles Cast:
  • Keith David: Goliath, Officer Morgan, Thailog
  • Salli Richardson: Elisa Maza, Delilah, Salli
  • Jeff Bennett: Brooklyn, The Magus, Vinnie, Owen Burnett
  • Bill Fagerbakke: Broadway
  • Thom Adcox-Hernandez: Lexington
  • Ed Asner: Hudson, Jack Danforth
  • Frank Welker: Bronx, Cagney, Gilgamesh, Gilly, Boudicca
  • Brigitte Bako: Angela
  • Marina Sirtis: Demona, Margot, Yale
  • Jonathan Frakes: Coyote, David Xanatos


Gargoyles Details

  • Official Page
  • Year of Debut: 1994
  • Year of Finale: 1996
  • Type of Series: Animated
  • TV Channel/Platform: Disney Afternoon
  • IMDB Link

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