They had "Rambo Force of Freedom", "Chuck Norris: Karate Kommandos", "Robocop", and "Mr. T", but where was Charles Bronson's 80s cartoon?
Well it turns out an ultra-violent cartoon, low-budget series was in the works by Cannon Films' short lived animation department in 1986. The budget was so low that instead of being based on the franchise as a whole it was based almost solely around the third entry in the series (albeit featuring a completely new villain not seen in any of the movies named Lord Buchenwald). Despite the low budget, several actors from the movie returned for voice cameos along with Charles Bronson in the lead role. Michael Winner is even credited as director and Jimmy Page is credited as music composer (though in reality it was Italian musician Spartaco Castelluci who composed the score for the series).
In the end, the series was deemed too violent for children and lack of funds ultimately deemed the series un-producable at the time and led to the Cannon animation...