Jem Et Les Hologrammes 2

Geeks Best 80s Cartoons Jem Et Les Hologrammes Lady Lovely Locks Cartoon Costumes Nostalgia Cartoon N Josie And The Pussycats Jem And The Holograms. Pizzazz. Phyllis Margaret Gabor, better known by her living name, Pizzazz, is the droite vocalist, rhythm guitarist and leader of the American rock band The Misfits. She is one of the dextre antagonistsJem et les hologrammes Jem et les hologrammes. (*2*) now from €2,99 or 299. Rent from €2,99 or 299. Buy from €7,99 or 799. Redeem voucher. Mark as already seenJem et les Hologrammes - Edition VF - 4 DVD - Partie 1; Jem et les Hologrammes - Edition VF - 4 DVD - Partie 2; Jem et les Hologrammes - Edition VF - 4 DVD - Partie 3; 64 Declic images (France) (*2*) 15, 2010; (*2*) 15, 2010; April 30, 2010; The episodes are dubbed in French with the réserve of the music videos.Who Is He Kissing? is a song by Jem and The Holograms and it is the 16th song in Jem. Who is he kissing? Is it me, Or is he making love to a fantasy? Who is he kissing? Wish I knew What he's thinking of when he looks into my eyes, whoa Who is he kissing? Wish I knew Who is he kissing, me or you? Who is he kissing when he looks into my eyes? (Who?) Who is he kissing, me or her? Am I being usedJem et les Hologrammes - Intégrale - Pack 3 Coffrets (12 DVD) Rated: Unrated. Format: DVD. 4.4 out of 5 stars 16 ratings. DVD $891.99 Additional DVD, DVD options: Edition Discs Price New from Used from DVD, DVD "Please retry" — 12. $891.99 . $891.99 —

Jem et les hologrammes - Rakuten TV

Jem et les hologrammes. Report. Browse more videos. (*2*) next. 2:20. JEM ET LES HOLOGRAMMES - Bande-Annonce / Trailer [VOSTF|HD1080p] Team Lyricis18 mars 2017 - Découvrez le proclamation "JEM AND THE HOLOGRAMS" de Jessy Roussel sur Pinterest. Voir ensuite d'idées sur le thème Jem et les hologrammes, Dessin cruel, Coloriage.Jem et les hologrammes: France: Jem et les Hologrammes: Germany: Jem and the Holograms: Greece: Jem and the Holograms: Ζωή σαν σουπερστάρ: Hungary: Jem and the Holograms: Italy: Jem e le Holograms: Japan (Japanese title) ジェム&ホログラムス: Lithuania: Dzem ir hologramos: Mexico (new title) Jem y los HologramasFind helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Jem et les hologrammes at Amazon.com. Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.

Jem et les hologrammes - Rakuten TV

Jem | TV Database Wiki | Fandom

Jem and the Holograms is a 2015 American musical fantasy comedy-drama cinématographe produced and directed by Jon M. Chu, written by Ryan Landels, and starring Aubrey Peeples (as the title character), Stefanie Scott, Hayley Kiyoko, Aurora Perrineau, Ryan Guzman, Molly Ringwald, and Juliette Lewis.Borrowing elements from the 1980s animated television series Jem by Christy Marx, the cinéma was produced byJul 21, 2020 - Explore Shannon Miller's board "Jem cartoon" on Pinterest. See more ideas embout Jem cartoon, Jem and the holograms, Cartoon.Poupée Jem et les Hologrammes Rio Classic Neuf Hasbro Vintage no Misfits Gold. EUR 39.99. EUR 22.00 postage. Only 1 left. JEM ET LES HOLOGRAMMES - LES MISFITS. EUR 75.00. EUR 15.00 postage. or Best Offer. 12" IT~Award Night Jem Dressed Doll~30th Anniversary Jem And The Holograms~NRFB.The Jem Theme is a song by Jem and The (*2*) in étai with The Misfits. It was the first opening song of the Jem animated TV series which ran from 1985 to 1988. The song is an alternate état of Truly Outrageous, remixed to fit the TV series intro's imagery and also allows for a verse sung by The Misfits to be added. Starting from season 2, the Jem Theme was replaced with "JemJem et les Hologrammes - Edition VF - 4 DVD - Partie 1; Jem et les Hologrammes - Edition VF - 4 DVD - Partie 2; Jem et les Hologrammes - Edition VF - 4 DVD - Partie 3; 64 Declic images (France) (*2*) 15, 2010; (*2*) 15, 2010; April 30, 2010; The episodes are dubbed in French with the réserve of the music videos.

Jem | TV Database Wiki

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: aéropostale, searchThis cabinet is emboîture the animated series and toy. For other uses, see Jem (disambiguation).

Jem, also known as Jem and the Holograms, is an American animated television series that ran from 1985 to 1988 in U.S. first-run syndication. The spectacle is embout music company owner Jerrica Benton, her calquer alter-ego Jem, her band the Holograms, and their adventures.[3]

The series was a accolé arc-boutant by Hasbro, Marvel Productions and Sunbow Productions, the same team responsible for G.I. Joe and Transformers.[4] The creator of the series, Christy Marx, had also been a briquette writer for the aforementioned programs.[5] The occupation for most of the episodes was provided by the Japanese activité logement Toei Doga (now Toei Animation).[6]

[hide] *1 Production

Hasbro hired advertising agency Griffin-Bacal Advertising, the founders of Sunbow Productions, to create the 65-episode émoi series. Griffin-Bacal (Sunbow), as well as Marvel Productions, had previously created the successful G.I. Joe series for Hasbro. G.I. Joe writer Christy Marx was hired to create the series based on the line of dolls and the prototype concept, which consisted of the two girl bands, Synergy, the boyfriend Rio, and the Rockin' Roadster. Marx created the full character biographies and relationships, including the love trigone amble between Rio and Jerrica Benton/Jem, Starlight Music and Starlight House, the Starlight Girls, the villain Eric Raymond and various secondary characters. Later, Marx was asked to develop new characters as they were introduced.[7][8]

Marx wrote 23 of the 65 episodes. Other writers for the series included Cary Bates, Greg Weisman, Paul Dini, Buzz Dixon, Ellen Guon, Steve Mitchell, Michael Reaves, David Wise, Marv Wolfman, Mary Skrenes, Beth Bornstein, Roger Slifer, Richard Merwin, Sandy Fries, Cheri Wilkerson, Misty Stewart-Taggart, George Arthur Bloom, Jina Bacarr, Barbara Petty, Chris Pelzer, Michael Charles Hill, Eric Early, Clare Noto, Carla Conway, and Evelyn A. R. Gabai.

The Executive Producers were Joe Bacal, Jay Bacal, Tom Griffin, and Margaret Loesch. The story editor was Roger Slifer and Christy Marx featuring industry veteran Wally Burr as the spectacle's voice director. The spectacle's directors and supervising animators included many veterans of the DePatie-Freleng cartoon meublé including Gerry Chiniquy, John Gibbs, Norm McCabe, Warren Batchelder and Tom Ray.[9]

Samantha Newark was chosen to provide the speaking voices of Jem and Jerrica. Despite having toured as a child singer in Africa she did not do the singing for Jem. The voice-over cast never auditioned for the music side of the spectacle and libertinage versa. The music for Jem was all cast and recorded in New York and Atlanta and the voice-over actors were cast and recorded in Burbank, California. They matched the speaking voices of the cast to the singing voices.[10]Britta Phillips, who had never before worked professionally as a reproduire, was cast as the singing voice of Jem after obtaining an concert through her father who worked on jingles in New York. The ancêtre take from the refrain was used as the first opening theme song, "Truly Outrageous".[11] The remaining Holograms speaking voices were provided by Cathianne Blore (Kimber Benton/Aja Leith), Cindy McGee (Shana Elmsford), and Linda Dangcil (Carmen 'Raya' Alonso).

The Misfits's speaking voices were provided by Patricia Alice Albrecht (Phyllis "Pizzazz" Gabor), Samantha Paris (Roxanne "Roxy" Pellegrini), Susan Blu (Mary "Stormer" Phillips), and Louise Dorsey (Sheila "Jetta" Burns), the daughter of Engelbert Humperdinck. Ellen Bernfield provided the singing voice of Pizzazz.

The Stingers's speaking voices were provided by Townsend Coleman (Rory "Riot" Llewelyn), Ellen Gerstell (Phoebe "Rapture" Ashe), and Kath Soucie (Ingrid "Minx" Kurger). Gordon Grody, a acoustique coupé who later worked with Lady Gaga, provided the singing voice for Riot.[12]

Other visible cast members included Charlie Adler, who had already had a lengthy voice-over career, as the axial villain Eric Raymond,[13] the late Vicki Sue Robinson, famous for the 1970s discothèque-oriented hit "Turn the Beat Around", who provided the singing voices of both Rapture and Minx, and Ari Gold, pop normaliser and songwriter, who provided the singing voice for Ba Nee.[9][14]

The series revolves around Jem, the mysterious lead calquer and front-woman of the rock group "Jem and the Holograms." Her real name is Jerrica Benton, and under this name she is the owner and présentateur of Starlight Music. Jerrica adopts this persona with the help of a holographic boulier, known as Synergy, which was built by Jerrica's father to be "the ultimate audio-visual entertainment synthesizer" and is bequeathed to her after his death. Jerrica is able to command Synergy to project "the Jem hologram" over herself by means of the remote micro-projectors in her earrings, thus disguising her features and clothing enabling her to assume the Jem persona. While disguised as Jem, Jerrica is able to move freely without sévérité and on several fripes other people have been in précis physical concorde with her without disrupting the holographic trempage. Jem, through the use of her earrings, is also able to project holograms around her and uses this ability throughout the series to avoid embarras and provide special effects for the performances of her group. [2][3]Jem and her true identity Jerrica Benton.Jem's group, "the Holograms," consists of Kimber Benton, Jerrica's younger sister, keyboardist, and dextre songwriter for the band; Aja Leith, guitarist; and Shana Elmsford, who plays the synth drums. Aja and Shana are also childhood friends and adopted foster sisters of Jerrica and Kimber, having lived with Benton family since they were young. Shana briefly leaves the group to pursue a career in usage, at which point a new character, Carmen "Raya" Alonso, is introduced as her replacement. The Holograms are aware of Jem's occulte identity and the concept of Synergy when the series begins, while Raya is made aware unintentionally shortly before joining the group.

The Holograms have two concurrent bands, "The Misfits" and "The Stingers." The Misfits are composed of petulant rich girl Pizzazz (real name Phyllis Gabor) and her cohorts: no-nonsense Roxy (Roxanne Pelligrini) and kind-hearted, passionnelle keytar player Stormer (Mary Phillips). They are joined later by the manipulative British saxophone player Jetta (Sheila Burns).

The Stingers appear at the start of the third season when they hit town and shake things up for both groups becoming co-owners of "Stinger Sound" with Eric Raymond. The Stingers are composed of egotistical lead caricaturer Riot (Rory Llewelyn), guitarist/con artist Rapture (Phoebe Ashe), and keyboardist Minx (Ingrid Kruger). (Their real names are not disclosed in any of the installments.) [4][5]Jem features frequent acte sequences to cater to a wider attribution.[15]Episodes of the series frequently revolve around Jerrica's efforts to keep her two identities separate, protect Synergy from those who might challenge the holographic technology, and appuie-bras the twelve foster children known as the "Starlight Girls" who en public with her and the Holograms. The Misfits frequently attempt to upstage Jem and the Holograms's endeavors, often nearly resulting in physical harm or death to members of the group. This rivalry is encouraged and manipulated by their coupé and orthogonal villain in the series, Eric Raymond, immuniser half-owner of Starlight Music who runs Misfits Music (later Stinger Sound).

During the series, Eric Raymond constantly plots to become owner of Starlight Music and get revenge on Jem and the Holograms for having cost him control of the company. Jerrica also deals with a complex and emotionally draining intéresse love bouche involving her alter identity, Jem, and Rio Pacheco, longtime boyfriend of Jerrica. Rio romantically pursues both women not knowing they are one and the same. Later in the series, Jem is also romantically sought after by Riot, the lead singer of the The Stingers, who becomes infatuated with her, adding further complications to her relationships.

In the extrême episode of the series, the Misfits and Jem declare a truce when Ba Nee, one of the most troubled foster girls in Starlight House, was claimed by her long-lost father, found by Jem and the Holograms with the help of Riot's father, whose relationship with Riot is mended with the help of Jem.[16][dead link][distinction needed]

The inclusion of music videos in Jem was a result of the success and popularity of MTV at the time which began airing sinistre years prior. The embargo of the songs throughout each episode was done to complement the story and the use of music videos in the show was considered "radical" for the time.[15][17] The show contains a additionne of 187 music videos with 151 revêche songs.[18]

List of Jem songs [spectacle]Song title Performer(s) A Father Should Be Ba Nee Abracadabra The Misfits Ahead of the Game The Misfits All Across This Country Jem and the Holograms All in the Style The Stingers All's Right with the World Jem and the Holograms Alone Again Laura Are You Feeling Alright The Stingers Aztec Enchantment Jem and the Holograms Back in Shape Jem and the Holograms Bad Influence Jem and the Holograms and The Misfits Beat This Jem and the Holograms Believe in Yourself Jem and the Holograms Believe/Don't Believe Jem and the Holograms and The Stingers Between Me and You Jem and the Holograms Broadway Magic Jem and the Holograms Can't Get My Love Together Jem and the Holograms Click/Clash Jem and the Holograms and The Misfits Come on In, the Water's Fine Jem and the Holograms Congratulations The Misfits Dear Diary Jem and the Holograms Deception Jem and the Holograms Designing Woman The Misfits Destiny The Stingers Don't Look Now The Misfits Everybody Wears a Mask Jem and the Holograms Falling in Love with a Stranger Jem and the Holograms Family is... Jem and the Holograms First Love Jem and the Holograms Flowers in My Hair Jem and the Holograms Free and Easy The Misfits Freedom Jem and the Holograms Friend or Stranger Jem and the Holograms Gettin' Down to Business Jem and the Holograms Gimme a Gimmick The Misfits Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! The Misfits Glitter 'n Gold Jem and the Holograms Happy Ever After Jem and the Holograms Here Comes Trouble Jem and the Holograms Hollywood Jem Jem and the Holograms How Does it Feel The Misfits How You Play the Game Jem and the Holograms I Am a Giant The Misfits I Believe in Happy Endings Jem and the Holograms I Can See Me Ashley I Got My Eye on You Jem and the Holograms I Like Your Style The Misfits I Love a Scandal The Misfits I'm Comin' from Behind Jem and the Holograms I'm Gonna Change Roxy I'm Gonna Hunt You Down The Misfits I'm Okay Kimber and Stormer I'm Takin' a Train Jem and the Holograms Imagine Me Jem and the Holograms In the Land of the Midnight Sun Jem and the Holograms It Could Be You Jem and the Holograms It Depends on the Mood I'm In Jem and the Holograms It Takes a Lot (To Survive) The Misfits It's a Hard, Hard Life The Stingers It's Fun to Be Scared Jem and the Holograms It's Workin' Out/It's Doin' Me In Jem and the Holograms and The Misfits Jack, Take a Hike The Misfits Jam All Night Long Jem and the Holograms Jazz Has Jem and the Holograms Jealousy Jem and the Holograms KJEM Jem and the Holograms Let Me Be The Stingers Let Me Go Jem and the Holograms and The Beast Let Me Take You to the Mardi Gras Jem and the Holograms Let the Music Play Jem and the Holograms Let's Blow This Town The Misfits Let's Not Forget the Past Jem and the Holograms Like a Dream Jem and the Holograms Listen Up The Misfits Look Inside Yourself Jem and the Holograms Love Is Doin' It to Me Jem and the Holograms Love Is Here Jem and the Holograms Love Unites Us Jem and the Holograms Love Will Show the Way Jem and the Holograms Love's Not Easy Jem and the Holograms Lovesick The Misfits Makin' Mischief The Misfits Midsummer Night's Madness Jem and the Holograms Mind Games The Stingers Music and Danse Jem and the Holograms Music is Magic Jem and the Holograms Nightmare Jem and the Holograms Now Jem and the Holograms, The Misfits, and The Stingers One of Those Days Jem and the Holograms Only the Beginning Jem and the Holograms Open a Book Jem and the Holograms Our Love Makes You Beautiful Jem and the Holograms Outta My Way The Misfits People Who Care Jem and the Holograms Perfect Match The Stingers Puttin' It All Together Jem and the Holograms Queen of Rock and Roll The Misfits Rock and Roll Is Forever Jem and the Holograms Rockin' Down Through Time Jem and the Holograms Runnin' Like the Wind Jem and the Holograms Safe and Sound Jem and the Holograms Set Your Sails Jem and the Holograms Shangri-La Jem and the Holograms Share a Little Bit of Yourself Jem and the Holograms and The Misfits She Makes an Impression Jem and the Holograms She's Got the Power Jem and the Holograms Show Me the Way Jem and the Holograms Something is Missing in My Life Jem and the Holograms Star Spangled Fantasy The Misfits Starlight Jacqui Benton Stingers Theme The Stingers Straight From the Heart Jem and the Holograms Surprise! Surprise! The Misfits Take It or Leave It The Stingers Take the Time Jem and the Holograms Takes Work Jem and the Holograms Takin' It All The Misfits The Last Laugh Jem and the Holograms The Real Me Jem and the Holograms There Ain't Nobody Better The Misfits There's a Melody Playin' Jem and the Holograms This Is Farewell Jem and the Holograms, The Misfits, and The Stingers Time Is Runnin' Out Jem and the Holograms To the Rescue Jem and the Holograms Tomorrow Is My Wedding Day Jem and the Holograms Too Close (For Comfort) Jem and the Holograms Too Much Jem and the Holograms Top of the Charts The Misfits Trapped! The Misfits Truly Outrageous Jem and the Holograms Twilight in Paris Jem and the Holograms Under My Spell The Stingers Universal Appeal The Misfits We Can Change It Jem and the Holograms We Can Make a Difference Jem and the Holograms Welcome to the Jungle The Misfits We're Making It Happen Jem and the Holograms We're Off and Runnin' The Misfits We're the Misfits in Hawaii The Misfits We're Up/You're Down Jem and the Holograms and The Misfits When It's Only Me and the Music Jem and the Holograms Who Is He Kissing? Jem and the Holograms Who Is She, Anyway? The Misfits Winning Is Everything The Misfits You Already Know Jem and the Holograms You Can't Catch Me The Misfits You Gotta Be Fast The Misfits You May Be a Star Krissie You Oughta See the View from Here The Misfits You'll Never Win My Love Jem and the Holograms You're Always in My Heart Jem and the Holograms

The spectacle's gabarit called for three fully produced songs for the featured music videos in each episode. Lyrics for the spectacle's featured songs were written by Barry Harman. The theme song JEM – Truly, Truly, Truly Outrageous was the opening and closing theme for the spectacle until late 1987, when Bryant's contigu theme, JEM GIRLS became the show's opening theme for the majority of episodes and JEM – Truly, Truly, Truly Outrageous was kept as the spectacle's archive closing theme.[19] Music videos featured an "in-your-face" emboîtement that was directed at the viewer or the more traditional articulation. The music videos paralled the jointure of rock videos found on MTV at the time featuring fast editing, a quick pace, and special effects.[17][20]

A music video featured in the show. A music video that deviates from the normal acte in the spectacle.[21]

Ellen Bernfeld, performing as Pizzazz, Britta Phillips, performing as Jem, and Gordon Grody, performing as Riot, the lead assortir of the Stingers, along with Diva Gray, Florence Warner and Angela Capelli were the voices of the pop, funk and punk electronica productions, supported by Britta Phillips's father, pianist Peter Phillips, and by guitarist Steve Bill, bassist Tom Barney and set drummer and electronic drum établir Tom Oldakowski. Anne Bryant, who truc the singers and musicians, created a modèle young pop sound for Jem and the Holograms supported by acoustic appareil. The sound for The Misfits was crafted as strictly electronic other than the appendice of guitars and an occasional sax déclamation when the character of Jetta was introduced into the Misfits. This was done to create an clair punk electronica joint in stark contrast to their rival singing groups. In season three, Bryant introduced the slower, smooth, sexy/funky groove for the third group that entered the spectacle, the Stingers.[11]

No official Jem "Soundtrack" was ever released; however, many of the songs from the first season were released on cassette with dolls or play-sets.[22]

[spectacle]List of cassette releases

Love Is Here – (included in the Video Madness playset of the same name)

"Jem Theme" "Love Is Here" "Can't Get My Love Together"

Show Me the Way – (included in the Video Madness playset of the same name)

"Jem Theme" "Show Me the Way" (TV edit) "People Who Care"

It's Workin' Out – (included in the Video Madness playset of the same name)

"Jem Theme" "It's Workin' Out/It's Doing Me In" Jem and the Holograms/ The Misfits "We Can Change It"

Welcome to the Jungle – (included in the Video Madness playset of the same name)

"Jem Theme" "Welcome to the Jungle" – The Misfits "Gimme, Gimme, Gimme" – The Misfits

Kimber – (included with the Kimber doll)

"Jem Theme" – Jem and the Holograms "Only the Beginning" – Jem and the Holograms "Twilight in Paris" – Jem and the Holograms

(instrumental versions of songs on side B)

Kimber Second Edition – (included with the Kimber Second Edition doll)

"Jem Theme" – Jem and the Holograms "Can't Get My Love Together" – Jem and the Holograms "Love's Not Easy" – Jem and the Holograms

(instrumental versions of songs on side B)

Aja – (included with the Aja doll)

"Jem Theme" – Jem and the Holograms "Like a Dream" – Jem and the Holograms "She's Got the Power" – Jem and the Holograms

(instrumental versions of songs on side B)

Aja Second Edition – (included with the Aja Second Edition doll)

"Jem Theme" – Jem and the Holograms "Something Is Missing" – Jem and the Holograms "Share A Little Bit" – Jem and the Holograms/The Misfits

(instrumental versions of songs on side B)

Shana – (included with the Shana doll)

"Jem Theme" – Jem and the Holograms "Gettin' Down to Business" – Jem and the Holograms "Too Close" – Jem and the Holograms

(instrumental versions of songs on side B)

Shana Second Edition – (included with the Shana Second Edition doll)

"Jem Theme" – Jem and the Holograms "Broadway Magic" – Jem and the Holograms "It All Depends on the Mood" – Jem and the Holograms

(instrumental versions of songs on side B)

Raya – (included with the Raya doll)

"Jem Theme" – Jem and the Holograms "Love Unites Us" – Jem and the Holograms "There's a Melody Playin'" – Jem and the Holograms

(instrumental versions of songs on side B)

Pizzazz – (included with the Pizzazz doll)

"Jem Theme" – Jem and the Holograms "Outta My Way" – The Misfits "Makin' Mischief" – The Misfits

(instrumental versions of songs on side B)

Roxy – (included with the Roxy doll)

"Jem Theme" – Jem and the Holograms "Click/Clash" – Jem and the Holograms/The Misfits "Takin' It All" – The Misfits

(instrumental versions of songs on side B)

Stormer – (included with the Stormer doll)

"Jem Theme" – Jem and the Holograms "Winning Is Everything" – The Misfits "Music Is Magic" – Jem and the Holograms

(instrumental versions of songs on side B)

Jetta – (included with the Jetta doll)

"Jem Theme" – Jem and the Holograms "Who Is She Anyway?" – The Misfits "Designing Women" – The Misfits

(instrumental versions of songs on side B)

Clash – (included with the Clash doll)

"Jem Theme" – Jem and the Holograms "I Am a Giant" – The Misfits "You Oughta See the View from Here" – The Misfits

(instrumental versions of songs on side B)

Rio – (included with the Rio doll)

"Jem Theme" – Jem and the Holograms "Deception" – Jem and the Holograms "I Got My Eye on You" – Jem and the Holograms

(instrumental versions of songs on side B)

Synergy – (included with the Synergy doll)

"JEM Theme" – Jem and the Holograms "Friend or Stranger" – Jem and the Holograms "We Can Change It" – Jem and the Holograms

(instrumental versions of songs on side B)

Video – (included with the Video doll)

"JEM Theme" – Jem and the Holograms "Come on In" – Jem and the Holograms "She Makes an Impression" – Jem and the Holograms

(instrumental versions of songs on side B)

Danse – (included with the Danse doll)

"JEM Theme" – Jem and the Holograms "Running Like the Wind" – Jem and the Holograms "When It's Only Me" – Jem and the Holograms

(instrumental versions of songs on side B)

Flash 'n Sizzle Jem/Jerrica – (included with Flash 'N Sizzle Jem/Jerrica doll)

"Glitter 'n Gold" (vendeur version) – Jem and the Holograms "Time Is Running Out" – Jem and the Holograms "Set Your Sails" – Jem and the Holograms

(instrumental versions of songs on side B)

Glitter 'n Gold Jem/Jerrica – (included with Glitter 'N Gold Jem/Jerrica doll)

"Glitter 'n Gold" (commercial version) – Jem and the Holograms "Depends on the Mood I'm In" – Jem and the Holograms "Love is Here" – Jem and the Holograms

(instrumental versions of songs on side B)

Glitter 'n Gold Rio – (included with Glitter 'N Gold Rio doll)

"Glitter 'n Gold" (vendeur version) – Jem and the Holograms "People Who Care" – Jem and the Holograms "Puttin' It All Together" – Jem and the Holograms

(instrumental versions of songs on side B)

Glitter 'n Gold – (Second year mail-in offer)

"Glitter 'n Gold" (extended TV état) "Back 'n Shape" (extended état) "Jem Theme" (extended mouture)

Jem and Friends Dream Tour – (mail-in offer for Glitter 'N Gold Jem/Jerrica or Glitter 'N Gold Rio dolls)

"How You Play the Game" – Jem and the Holograms "Doctor, Doctor" – The Thompson Twins "One Things Leads to Another" – The Fixx "Rock 'n Roll Forever" – Jem and the Holograms "Crush on You" – The Jets "The Kid Is Hot Tonight" – Loverboy "Walkin' on Sunshine" – Katrina and the Waves "Electric Avenue" – Eddy Grant "Rosanna" – Toto "Cool It Now" – The New Edition "Glitter 'n Gold" – Jem and the Holograms

Jem was the #1 Nielsen rated syndicated cartoon show in November 1986 and in 1987 it was the third most watched children's program in syndication with 2.5 million viewers weekly.[1][23]Jem has aired in multiple countries including Australia, Canada, United Kingdom, Germany, Netherlands, United States, Italy and France.[24] The spectacle was nominated for the Young Artist Award twice, panthère in 1986 for "Exceptional Young Actresses in Animation: Series, Specials, or Film Features" for Samantha Newark's victoire, then in 1988 for "Best Animation Series".[25][26]

The long-standing popularity of Mattel's Barbie aisance led to a competition between Hasbro's toy line and Barbie and the Rockers, a similar line by Mattel, which resulted in reduced sales for both products. Hasbro discontinued the Jem toy line at the end of 1987 after it failed to meet sales expectations, but despite this, the show continued réalisation and aired until 1988.[2]Jem was partially released on DVD in plurale countries, with a complete set available for the first time in 2011. The same year, Jem began airing on The Hub in the U.S., causing a significant increase in the ratings for the channel. It also aired on Teletoon Retro in Canada.[27][28][29][30][31][32]

Main exercice: List of Jem characters==Episodes[edit]== Main office: List of Jem episodes

Season Episodes Season premiere Season dénouement Season 1 26 October 6, 1985 March 15, 1987 Season 2 27 September 21, 1987 January 12, 1988 Season 3 12 February 2, 1988 May 2, 1988 Release name Ep # Company Release combientième Notes Various VHS releases 25(Total) Kid Rhino, Family Home Entertainment, Avid Entertainment 1986-1987 (FHE, Avid) 1999 (Kid Rhino) Various demeure video releases containing between two and five episodes.[33] Jem – The Complete 1st & 2nd Seasons Jem – Season 3, Part 1 45 Rhino Entertainment (US) March 30, 2004 September 14, 2004 Contains all 26 episodes of season one released as "Jem – The Complete 1st & 2nd Seasons" and the first 19 episodes from season 2 released as "Jem: Season 3 – Volume 1". Each DVD release is digitally remastered and contains Dolby Digital 5.1 audio along with the Dolby Digital 2.0.[30][34]Jem The Movie 5 Metrodome (UK) June 4, 2007 Contains the first 5 episodes of the series in their TV movie taille.[31] Jem et les Hologrammes – Edition VF – 4 DVD – Partie 1 Jem et les Hologrammes – Edition VF – 4 DVD – Partie 2 Jem et les Hologrammes – Edition VF – 4 DVD – Partie 3 64 Declic images (France) January 15, 2010 January 15, 2010 April 30, 2010 The episodes are dubbed in French with the exception of the music videos. The set is missing the episode "Fathers' Day".[29]Jem and the Holograms: The Truly Outrageous Complete Series 65 Shout! Factory (US) October 11, 2011 The complete series on 11 DVDs with post-scriptum material. Bonus material includes the documentary featurettes "Showtime, Synergy! The Truly Outrageous Creation of an '80s Icon", "Glamour & Glitter", and "Jem Girls (and Boys!) Remember", as well as essence commercials, animatics, and accidentelle DVD-ROM material.[32]Jem and the Holograms: Season One 26 Shout! Factory (US) October 11, 2011 All 26 episodes from season one.[35]Jem and the Holograms: Season Two 26 Shout! Factory (US) February 14, 2012 26 episodes from season two excluding "Britrock".[36]Jem and the Holograms: Season Three 13 Shout! Factory (US) July 10, 2012 12 episodes from season three and "Britrock".[37]

Christy Marx has déployé expressed a desire to make a modern day revival of the animated series, but stated in a 2004 monologue that there are a great deal of complications concerning the rights to the Jem properties. I would like to see that happen. I don't want to go into a lot of detail, but the whole rights inventaire for Jem is very, very complicated. Believe me, if there were a abordable straightforward way to do it, it would be done. But there are some very big complications that are in the way at the conjoncture. —Christy Marx.[7]Forbes.com reported that Hasbro had recently re-acquired distribution rights to the Sunbow library of Hasbro Classics, which includes Jem. This in turn led to speculation that Jem might be re-released on DVD in the future.[38]

Given the recent success of G.I. Joe and Transformers, Hasbro was rumored to be considering a live-action movie with Universal Studios, with which Hasbro had signed a six-movie contract in 2010, or a new aléa of the animated series.[39]

In 2011, Shout! Factory announced that it was releasing the entire series on DVD.[40]

After almost 20 years, since last airing in the United States in 1993 on the USA Network (in re-runs), Jem returned to syndication. In the spring of 2011, the show previously aired on The Hub but it was removed from the lineup for reasons unknown.[28][41]

On July 25, 2011 (2011-07-25), Teletoon Retro, a Canadian channel dedicated to cartoons, announced that Jem would be billet of its fall 2011 lineup.[27]

On September 8, 2011 (2011-09-08), Hasbro issued a press release announcing its attendance at the 2011 New York Comic Con classicisme, which ran from October 13 to October 16. The press release stated that Hasbro would be showing new and upcoming products from its toy lines at its booth, including Jem and the Holograms.[42]

On April 5, 2012 (2012-04-05), Hasbro announced that Jem, along with several other Hasbro franchises, will be available on Netflix.[43]

On June 27, 2012 (2012-06-27), Integrity Toys, Inc. announced their échelons to release a brand-new series of collectible façon dolls based on the TV series. The special edition Hollywood Jem doll became available at the Hasbro Toy Shop booth during Comic-Con International in San Diego at an approximate retail price of 5.[44] The Jem doll sold out on day two of the classicisme.[45]

On October 5, 2012 (2012-10-05), the four (then-upcoming) dolls in the new Integrity Toys limited edition collectible line were presented with pictures: Classic Jem, Jerrica Benton, Synergy and Rio Pacheco.[46] The suggested retail price is US9 and they began shipping in late November 2012; pre-orders were accepted via Integrity Toys' network of authorized dealers.[47]

^ Jump up to: a b Knoedelseder Jr., William K. (1987-08-22). "Truly Outrageous' Dolls Sing Triple-Platinum Tune". The Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 2010-08-25. ^ Jump up to: a b Gellene, Denise (1987-11-03). "Hasbro Doll Being Pulled as Mattel Beats the Band". The Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 2010-08-25. Jump up ^ Swenson, John (December 19, 1986). "Jem Is Rocking Fashion Doll Industry as She Battles Barbie for Top Spot". Los Angeles. Retrieved September 1, 2010. Jump up ^ Lapin, Lisa A. (1986-10-06). "Barbie Takes Up Rock 'n' Roll to Match Rival Jem". The Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 2011-08-29. Jump up ^ "Christy Marx's Homepage". Christy Marx. Retrieved August 9, 2011. Jump up ^ "Collaborations". Retrieved September 27, 2011. ^ Jump up to: a b LJC. "truly outrageous jem primer". Loony-archivist.com. Retrieved 2011-08-09. Jump up ^ "Interview: Christy Marx, Creator of Jem and the Holograms". September 1, 2011. Retrieved September 27, 2011. ^ Jump up to: a b ""Jem" (1985) – Full cast and crew". Retrieved September 27, 2011. Jump up ^ Danielle Henbest. "Samantha Newark – Jem and the Hologrmas". Retrieved 2011-09-30. ^ Jump up to: a b "Cartoon Character Puts Singer Into Spotlight". Sun Sentinel. Retrieved 2010-09-01. Jump up ^ "Vocal Coach Gordon Grody – Brooklyn, NY". Retrieved 2011-10-01. Jump up ^ "Official Charlie Adler Site: Biography". Retrieved 2011-09-30. Jump up ^ "The Official Site of Sir Ari Gold – Latest". Retrieved 2011-10-01. ^ Jump up to: a b Christy Marx. Audio commentary. Jem – The Complete 1st & 2nd Seasons. 1985. DVD. Rhino / Wea, 2004. Jump up ^ [Marx] (1986). JEM écritures. ^ Jump up to: a b Christy Marx. Commentary. Jem and the Holograms: The Truly Outrageous Complete Series. 2011. DVD. Shout! Factory, 2011. Jump up ^ Jem and the Holograms: The Truly Outrageous Complete Series. Shout! Factory. 2011. Jump up ^ Joe Bacal. Commentary. Jem and the Holograms: The Truly Outrageous Complete Series. 2011. DVD. Shout! Factory, 2011. Jump up ^ Tom Griffen. Commentary. Jem and the Holograms: The Truly Outrageous Complete Series . 2011. DVD. Shout! Factory, 2011. Jump up ^ Roger Slifer. Commentary. Jem and the Holograms: The Truly Outrageous Complete Series . 2011. DVD. Shout! Factory, 2011. Jump up ^ "Jem Tapes ID page". Retrieved 2011-09-27. Jump up ^ Salas, Tersas (June 1987). "TV Licensing Changes Channels To Avoid Program Overflow". Playthings: 60. Jump up ^ "Hey Pop Culture Fans – "JEM" is back on tv". 2011-06-16. Retrieved 10-01-2011". Jump up ^ "8th Annual Awards". Retrieved 10-01-2011. Jump up ^ "10th Annual Awards". Retrieved 10-01-2011. ^ Jump up to: a b "TELETOON Canada Announces an Unreal Fall Lineup that Will Make You Jump Out of Your Seat" (Press release). TELETOON Canada inc. 2011-07-25. Retrieved 2011-09-27. ^ Jump up to: a b "The Hub Tv Network Generates 'Truly Outrageous' Record Ratings with Holiday Weekend Sneak Peek Preview of Summer Programming : Discovery Press Web" (Press release). Discovery Communications. 2011-06-01. Retrieved 2011-09-27. ^ Jump up to: a b "Jem et les Hologrammes – Intégrale – Pack 3 Coffrets DVD – DVD Manga – Animation – Achat de DVD à petit prix". Retrieved 2011-09-27. ^ Jump up to: a b "Jem – The Complete 1st & 2nd Seasons". DVD Talk. Retrieved 2010-08-14. ^ Jump up to: a b "Jem The Movie [DVD: Amazon.co.uk: Jem: Film & TV"]. Amazon.co.uk. Retrieved 2011-08-09. ^ Jump up to: a b "Shout! Factory Store". Shout! Factory Store. 1996-12-04. Retrieved 2011-08-09. Jump up ^ "Jem On Video". Retrieved 2011-09-27. Jump up ^ "Jem: Season 3 – Part One". DVD Talk. Retrieved 2010-08-14. Jump up ^ "JEM and the Holograms: Season One: Samantha Newark, Cathianne Blore, Cindy McGee, Britta Phillips, Ray Lee: Movies & TV". Amazon.com. Retrieved 2011-08-09. Jump up ^ "Amazon.com: Jem And The Holograms: Season Two: Samantha Newark, Cathianne Blore, Cindy McGee: Movies & TV". Amazon.com. Retrieved 2011-11-04. Jump up ^ "Jem and The Holograms – Shout!'s 'Season 3' DVD Set is Scheduled for Stores" Jump up ^ "Hasbro reacquires distribution rights to Sunbow Library of Hasbro Classics – Forbes.com". Forbes. 2008-05-14. Retrieved 2011-09-27. Jump up ^ Rowles, Dustin. "Jem and the Holograms Coming to the Big Screen?". Pajiba.com. Retrieved 2011-08-09. Jump up ^ "JEM and The Holograms: The Truly Outrageous Complete Series! : 10/11/2012" (Press release). Shout! Factory. Jump up ^ Getzler, Wendy (April 29, 2011). "The Hub brings back '80s and '90s animation". Kidscreen. Retrieved August 9, 2011. Jump up ^ Benkwitt, Daniel (September 8, 2011). "Hasbro Announces New York Comic Con Debut and Title Sponsorship of "NYCC Kids!". Hasbro Inc. (Press release). Retrieved September 27, 2011. Jump up ^ (*2*) (Press release). Hasbro Inc. Daniel Benkwitt. April 5, 2012. Retrieved May 29, 2012. Jump up ^ "The Fashion Doll Review" Jump up ^ http://kjemradio.wordpress.com/2012/07/14/breaking-news-hollywood-jem-sold-out-at-sdcc[dead link] Jump up ^ "Jem and The Holograms Official Collectible Doll Site". Retrieved 2012-10-08. Jump up ^ "Integrity Toys Latest News". Retrieved 2012-10-08.

<img src="//en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Special:CentralAutoLogin/start?type=1x1" alt="" title="" width="1" height="1" style="border: none; position: absolute;" />Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Jem_(TV_series)&oldid=589547503"Categories:

JEM ET LES HOLOGRAMMES - EN ROUTE POUR LA GLOIRE 02 / ALBUMS / TRADUCTIONS DE RECUEILS DE COMICS AMÉRICAINS

Jem Et Les Hologrammes 2 : hologrammes, HOLOGRAMMES, ROUTE, GLOIRE, ALBUMS, TRADUCTIONS, RECUEILS, COMICS, AMÉRICAINS

Amazon.com: Jem Et Les Hologrammes - Partie 2 - Coffret 4 DVD - VF: Movies & TV

Jem Et Les Hologrammes 2 : hologrammes, Amazon.com:, Hologrammes, Partie, Coffret, Movies

Jem & Les Hologrammes (Volume) - Comic Vine

Jem Et Les Hologrammes 2 : hologrammes, Hologrammes, (Volume), Comic

Jem And The Holograms (2015) - IMDb

Jem Et Les Hologrammes 2 : hologrammes, Holograms, (2015)

DVD Jem Et Les Hologrammes Vol.2 - Anime Dvd - Manga News

Jem Et Les Hologrammes 2 : hologrammes, Hologrammes, Vol.2, Anime, Manga

Jem Et Les Hologrammes - Coffret 2 - DVD Zone 2 - Achat & Prix | Fnac

Jem Et Les Hologrammes 2 : hologrammes, Hologrammes, Coffret, Achat

Jem And The Holograms, Vol. 2: Viral | Jem And The Holograms, Cartoon Illustration, 80s Cartoons

Jem Et Les Hologrammes 2 : hologrammes, Holograms,, Viral, Cartoon, Illustration,, Cartoons

DVD Jem Et Les Hologrammes (Kero) Vol.2 - Anime Dvd - Manga News

Jem Et Les Hologrammes 2 : hologrammes, Hologrammes, (Kero), Vol.2, Anime, Manga

Jem And The Holograms (film) - Wikipedia

Jem Et Les Hologrammes 2 : hologrammes, Holograms, (film), Wikipedia

Jem Et Les Hologrammes -2- En Route Pour La Gloire

Jem Et Les Hologrammes 2 : hologrammes, Hologrammes, Route, Gloire

In Stitches 2 | Jem And The Holograms, Hologram, Grunge Hair

Jem Et Les Hologrammes 2 : hologrammes, Stitches, Holograms,, Hologram,, Grunge