Filmation's long time composer Ray Ellis declined to work on this show because as a composer, he was never paid anything up front, only from residuals when the music was aired on TV. Since this series was the first to try out the straight to syndication market, Ellis was afraid he would never see any money coming in. Shuki Levy and Haim Saban had no problem accepting the deal, and started working on two straight to syndication shows simultaneously: He-Man and Inspector Gadget.
Skeletor (U.S. Version):
I'll get you for this, He-Man!
Series canon establishes that Trapjaw's right arm is mechanical, yet in several episodes, it shows his left arm to be mechanical, and switches back to his right arm.
In the title sequence, when He-Man breaks the wall the names of Lou Scheimer (executive producer) and Hal Sutherland (production consultant) appear. Sutherland's credit transforms into the Sorceress, going along with he-Man's narration.
When He-Man and the Masters of the Universe (1983) aired on CITV in the United Kingdom, several scenes were removed, not because they were inappropriate, but it was so that it would fit in a 20-minute slot. This usually included deleting the moral from the end.
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