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Drak Pack

William Callaway , Hans Conried , Chris Cuddington    DVD
5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars WHACK-O! Dec 18 2007
Format:DVD
I got an early Christmas present when I found out the "Drak Pack" was coming to DVD. It's one of my favorite cartoons from the early 80s.

The Drak Pack consists of Drak, Howler and Frankie. They are teenage descendants of Count Dracula, Wolfman and Frankenstein's monster (respectively). Drak is Count Dracula's nephew, but it's not said how Howler and Frankie are related to their relatives, i.e., nephew, son, brother.

The Pack initially appear as normal human beings, but when they put their hands together and shout "whack-o" (that's called the Drak Whack), they become superheroes: Drak turns into a vampire, Frankie a monster and Howler a werewolf. Their mission is to make up for all the bad things their ancestors did.

Drak can fly and change into a variety of shapes, but he usually goes with the standard bat. Frankie has super strength and his neck bolts shoot out electrical charges. Howler has super breath and an ultrasonic howl. They call each other by the same names whether they're human or monster. Sorta seems to defeat the purpose of that whole secret identity thing.

They use their super powers to fight evil and the main bad guy is Dr. Dred. His henchmen are Toad (his "toady"), Mummyman, Fly and Vampira, and they collectively made up OGRE, the Organization of Generally Rotten Enterprises (it's also been referred to as Endeavors).

When the Pack needs advice, they turn to Count Dracula, who they call "Big D."

There were only 16 episodes made and in my opinion, this series was so underrated: The dialogue is surprisingly smart - and quite funny - for a Saturday morning cartoon. Count Dracula's and Dr. Dred's voices are some of the best done in an animated show/cartoon. And hearing Big D pine for his "old diet" or watching him (regularly) slam his fingers in the lid when he closes his coffin is priceless.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars One of the Best Cartoons of the Early 1980s March 5 2008
Format:DVD
There is only a certain number of cartoons that make a mark on a decade
and "Drak Pack" is one of them.When "Drak Pack" went on the air for one
season from 1980-1981 it was good show from start to finsh and was well
put together.The DVD set is well put together and plays well.The only thing wrong is that there isn't any bouns extras which would make the DVD
set more interesting.But,still is nice for memory lane memories.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Arrived as expected March 29 2013
Format:DVD|Verified Purchase
As a big Hanna Barbera fan, I found this dvd to be an interesting addition to my collection! Good dvd and neat print.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Great value Nov. 27 2011
By The Dabbling Mum - Published on Amazon.com
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The other day I was browsing Amazon.com for that one "extra" item that would put me over the top and get me "free" shipping when what do my wondrous eyes see... why the "Drak Pack", of course!

I hadn't seen this sweet little cartoon in ions, but the minute I saw a photo of the main characters, I knew I had to see if the show was on YouTube.com to verify that it was indeed the same show I remembered watching as a child.

And sure enough, it was!

So, being the Halloween film fanatic that I am... I ordered it!

It's an 80s cartoon about three teenage boys who team up to rid the world of evil doers and monsters. And since they are descendants of Dracula, Frankenstein's monster, and a werewolf, they have the ability to transform into their ancestral counterparts; thus giving them a secret identity.

The teens live in a somewhat haunted mansion by day, and a bat lair with high tech gadgets by night, or anytime they need to call upon their superpowers. One of the boys is known as Drak; Drak can change into a vampire, a bat, or a patch of fog. The biggest boy is Frankie; and he can use brute force thanks to his strength. The smallest boy is Howler; Howler can use his lungs and breath to create strong winds.

They also even have a multi-functioning car named Drakster. The Drakster can help them travel by land, by air, or by sea... all with the turn of a dial.

In some ways the cartoon reminds me of Scooby Doo meets the Monster Squad. It's a simple, entertaining cartoon for kids of all ages. And there's absolutely nothing scary about it. It's just pure fun.
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Not quite a classic, but enjoyable Feb. 22 2012
By A. Gammill - Published on Amazon.com
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Here's a mostly-forgotten bit of monster fun from Hanna Barbera, circa 1980. The Drak Pack centers on three teenage descendants of the legendary Dracula, Wolfman, and the Frankenstein monster. Instead of perpetuating the monsterous mythos of their ancestors, these guys are trying to do some good. Leading the pack is the "Big D" himself. Their comically-inept adversaries comprise the group O.G.R.E. (Organization for Generally Rotten Enterprises).

Mix Scooby Doo and The Groovie Goolies and, well, you'd probably still come up with something a bit more fun and engaging than The Drak Pack. Still, it's good clean fun, especially for monster fans. As is typical of HB animated releases, the video and audio presentation are more than adequate, if unremarkable. There are no special features in the 3-disc set.

Recommended mostly for nostalgia purposes; I imagine modern kids will find the humor and action rather bland.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Episode 5 sound messed March 3 2012
By Lita Fan - Published on Amazon.com
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It's a shame This Set is Really Cool Up to episode 5. I wish this had subtitles, The music is so loud I can't hear the voices at all, It's more like watching a show with an isolated score.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars classic cartoon from the old days. Sept. 2 2013
By kurtis primm - Published on Amazon.com
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When cartoons used to be great. This brings back a lot of fun memories. Thoroughly enjoyed this. Pick yourself up a dvd today.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars OK for younger kids Feb. 16 2014
By Angelfan - Published on Amazon.com
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Good animation and voice work. Plots a little silly, but probably good for younger kids. Good to watch for Halloween. A super hero/monster genre mash-up.
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