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Each episode followed Link, the hero, and Princess Zelda as they defended the kingdom of Hyrule from Ganon, the evil wizard. Most episodes featured Ganon or his minions attempting to capture the Triforce of Wisdom from Zelda, kidnap Zelda or use another method to conquer the kingdom. Link and Zelda may also be accompanied by Spryte, the cute and beautiful princess of the Faeries.
A common joke in the series was Link trying to get Zelda to kiss him for his heroic deeds. When they were about to kiss, something bad would happen.
Zelda had more of a protagonist role in the show than the games.Where she mostly battles with Link mainly with a bow and arrow.
Link usually met Zelda's obstinate rejection with his trademark sarcastic catchphrase, "Well! Excuuuuuse me, Princess!".
The show was canceled along with The Super Mario Bros. Super Show! Both have been released on DVD in North America. The Super Show originally advertised new episodes of Legend of Zelda, but were removed when the Super Show was in reruns. The previews were retained on the DVD set.
The intro revealed that "those who held the Triforce of Wisdom and the Triforce of Power would rule Hyrule forever". This appears to exclude the Triforce of Courage.
|#||Title||Original airdate||Prod. #|
|1||"The Ringer"||September 8, 1989||101|
|2||"Cold Spells"||September 15, 1989||102|
|3||"The White Knight"||September 22, 1989||103|
|4||"Kiss 'N Tell"||September 29, 1989||104|
|5||"Sing for the Unicorn"||October 6, 1989||105|
|6||"That Sinking Feeling"||October 13, 1989||106|
|7||"Doppelganger"||October 20, 1989||107|
|8||"Underworld Connections"||October 27, 1989||108|
|9||"Stinging a Stinger"||November 3, 1989||109|
|10||"A Hitch in the Works"||November 10, 1989||110|
|11||"Fairies in the Spring"||November 17, 1989||111|
|12||"The Missing Link"||November 24, 1989||112|
|13||"The Moblins Are Revolting"||December 1, 1989||113|