As soon as the streets of Saint-Canard plunge into darkness, a dark figure with a fluttering cloak appears on the roof of the house, illuminated by moonlight. And the inhabitants of the city are not afraid of her, because they know that this is their protector and savior, who bears the nickname Black Cloak. To anyone who is in trouble, he comes to the rescue. Everyone knows his battle cry: From the propeller! Black Cloak saves the inhabitants of his city from insidious bandits and uncovers the conspiracies of various criminal organizations. The director’s chair was shared by Tad Stones, whose professional filmography includes the cult cartoons Chip and Dale Rescue Rangers, Aladdin and the King of Thieves and The Return of Jafar, as well as Alan Zaslov, who worked on DuckTales: Treasures of the Golden Suns. In addition to directing duties, Stones took over writing the script for Black Cloak, which was developed by a large group of screenwriters. New episodes of the animated series, created by American filmmakers, were released from 1991 to 1992. During this time, viewers saw ninety-one episodes, which make up three seasons. The average duration of episodes is about twenty minutes. US audiences saw the premiere on September 6, 1991.