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Clean-Sweep



File Name: Daniel W. Price of Elizabeth, New Jersey.
Grade: Army E-4 (1991)
SN: 225-7836-DP74
Notes: Elizabeth borders Newark on the south and was the state's original capital.




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Animated Appearances

DiC VoiceAppearancesTime Identifiable On ScreenTotal Lines (In Own Voice)Total Words
Unknown7735 seconds71730

Notes: DiC's Clean-Sweep wore his 1991 outfit, but he never used the robot included with the figure.

 

The Sludge Factor Part I248 seconds24 lines
The Sludge Factor Part II182 seconds20 lines
The Greatest Evil Part I2 seconds (silent)
Infested Island144 seconds19 lines
A Is for Android33 seconds (silent)
Basic Training122 seconds8 lines
The Legend of Metal-Head4 seconds (silent)

Headcanon

Born December 4, 1961. Clean-Sweep joined the Joe Team in March 1988, and his appearance is represented by Version 1. He was with the team until it was disbanded in December 1989 but was not recalled when the Joes were reactivated in 1991.

Figure Releases

Versions: 1. 1991 (Eco-Warriors)    
Version 1: 1991 Eco-Warriors premium carded assortment
Fig. #0302: G. I. Joe Anti-Tox TrooperMOS 1: Chemical Operations Specialist [74D]
MOS 2: Combat Engineer [21B]
  • head: Clean-Sweep (91)
  • arms: Clean-Sweep (91)
  • torso: Clean-Sweep (91)
  • waist: Clean-Sweep (91), Dial-Tone (94)
  • legs: Clean-Sweep (91), Dial-Tone (94)
Accessories: yellow helmet (new, soft plastic with blue visor); bright green backpack (new, with control arm); bright green pistol (new, with trigger guard); yellow sludge-sucking robot (new) with bright green plunger
Once the insidious Cobra polluters have spewed their toxic sludge into a previously pristine environment, there is nothing left to do but call in CLEAN-SWEEP. Arriving on the scene with his combination robotic sludge sticker/neutralizer gel dispenser, Clean-Sweep sets his sludge detector/analyzer computer on auto-pilot, maintains perimeter security with his laser pistol, and proceeds to clean up Cobra's act.
"You might think it's a cushy job, sitting back in a climate-controlled, solvent resistant suit while operating remote controlled sludge-sucking robot. But if that robot's tracks get stuck or the sludge pump backs up, Clean-Sweep is the one who has to slog out into the toxic waste pool and duck Cobra laser blasts while he's trying to get it going again."
Toy Notes: Features a temperature-based color change. Item #6816. In the 1991 insert catalog, concept art appears instead of the actual figure.