Just as Disney influenced the concepts of legendary folk tales like Aladdin, Cinderella, and Pinocchio for generations, Hanna-Barbera’s 1988 re-telling of the story of Genesis is responsible for informing my concepts of Adam, Eve, God, and The Devil.
Adam = Dar
Adam was voiced by Marc Singer, best known for playing Dar, in The Beastmaster.
Eve = Laura Holt
Eve was voiced by Stephanie Zimbalast, famous for playing detective Laura Holt on the series Remington Steele.
Really, I don’t think you can blame Adam for eating whatever fruit this chick gave him.
The Serpent = Dr. Frank N. Furter
Best of all, when it came to casting the voice of the legendary Serpent, Hanna-Barbera didn’t fuck around. They cast Tim Curry. Yes, that Tim Curry. They got the Rocky Horror dude, Pennywise the evil clown who still haunts your dreams, to do the voice of the pervert snake. Awesome.
God Created The World With The Help of LSD
After the intro and title screen, we get to see one of the best-looking acid trips in Christian entertainment.
The Creation: Part 2
This is the part where the Serpent talks Eve into eating the forbidden fruit.
The Creation: Part 3
Toward the end, God finds out that Adam and Eve are now aware of the fact that they’re naked. Notice how Eve smirks when she fesses up. Disobeying has been fun since day one.
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