WATCH: The ‘Cancer and the Clone Wars’ trailer goes viral as ‘Catch Me if You Can’ clip hits theaters
In the early 1980s, British television show “Clone Wars” made its mark with fans around the world.
But it didn’t take long for the show to become a worldwide phenomenon.
It ran from 1980 to 1985 and went on to become one of the most popular TV shows of all time.
The show has since been revived on the big screen for several movies and a series of TV shows.
Now, a new video from the original series has gone viral after it was posted online.
The video is called “The Clone Wars” and features a clip of the original “Cloaky” scene from “Catch Us if You Could.”
The clip was originally released in a promotional spot for the TV show.
“I don’t know what the hell they did to us,” says the voice of the character, “but they didn’t treat us like human beings.”
The clip, which has more than 50,000 views on YouTube, is part of a series titled “Cloak and Dagger,” which is being released by Universal Pictures, a studio that produces the Star Wars films.
The clip was produced by the original show’s director, Alan Dean Foster, and the new “Cloan” trailer is also a part of the new series.
The new clip was uploaded on May 5, 2017, by a user called Jens Riesling.
It shows a woman dressed in the cloak and dagger costume from the TV series, and her hand is on her gun.
She also shows a man in a mask with a gun.
The new trailer features the new line of clones.
It’s a new twist on the old “Clown and Viper” clip, featuring a man holding a gun in front of a crowd of masked men.
The original clip, however, has already gone viral on YouTube.
The original “Catches Me If You Can” clip has more 100,000 and counting views on the video sharing site.
It has been viewed more than 2 million times, according to the user, and it’s currently listed as one of several clips from the show.
It has since racked up more than 3 million views.
The trailer also features a few clips from previous series, including “Curious George,” “Sons of Anarchy,” “The Real Steve Buscemi,” and “American Horror Story.”
“I think the thing that is so interesting about ‘Cloak and Dagger’ is that the show is all about its own characters, and we are very much in the ‘Clone Universe,’ which is really just a very young universe,” said Michael Landon, who directed “Catching Me If you Can” and “Cocktail Party.”
The original “Socks to the Slaughter” clip is currently the most viewed clip from “Clan Wars,” with more than 7.6 million views, according a YouTube video by a group called “Unreal” that posted it to YouTube.
Landon, now a producer for “The Amazing Spider-Man,” said he thinks the clip is the most viral from the series because it shows two clones trying to sneak into the mansion of Peter Parker, the son of billionaire inventor Peter Parker.
The Clone War is currently running on Netflix and HBO.