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|X-Men: Time Fugitives|
|Director:||Larry Houston and Richard Bowman|
|Writer(s):|| Michael Edens|
Elliot S. Maggin
|Release Date:||December 11, 1993|
|Running Time:||40 mins|
Time Fugitives is a TV Movie in the 90s X-Men series that serves as the season 2 episode.
"Time Fugitives" begins in New York City, in 3999 AD. Here Time is changing itself. Cable uses his time device and sees that Bishop traveled from 2055 AD to the present to stop a plague, which Apocalypse started. Because he stopped the virus from being created, the antibodies that protected mutants from further plagues were never created.
Cable comes to the present to stop Bishop and save his own future world. After a battle with Bishop and the X-Men he flees. When he checks out the X-Men's biography, he sees that he can use Wolverine's healing power to create the antibodies needed to preserve his future. So, with Wolverine's help, Cable saves both his and Bishop's time line.
- Cathal Dodd as Logan/Wolverine
- Norm Spencer as Scott Summers/Cyclops
- Alison Sealy Smith as Ororo Munroe/Storm
- Chris Potter as Remy LeBeau/Gambit
- Lenore Zann as Anna Marie/Rogue
- George Buza as Henry McCoy/Beast
- Catherine Disher as Jean Grey/Phoenix
- Alyson Court as Jubilation Lee/Jubilee
- Philip Akin as Lucas Bishop/Bishop
- Lawrence Bayne as Nathan Summers/Cable
- John Colicos as En Sabah Nur/Apocalypse
- John Stocker as Graydon Creed
- Marc Strange as Forge