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1 - Awakening (1/2)

Original title : Awakening (1/2)
First Aired : 20.09.1979 (USA)
Director : Daniel Haller
Writing credits : Glen A. Larson, Leslie Stevens
Cast : Guerin Barry (unknown (voice)), Kevin Coates (Pilot), David Cadiente (Comtel Officer), Gil Serna (Technician), Larry Duran (Guard #1), Kenny Endoso (Guard #2), Eric Lawrence (Officer), H.B. Haggerty (Tigerman #2), Colleen Kelly (Wrather), Steve Jones (Pilot #2), David Buchanan (Pilot #3), Burt Marshall (Wingman), Howard F. Flynn (unknown (voice)), John Raynor (unknown (voice)), John Dewey-Carter (Supervisor)

The Story : In the original theatrical pilot, a mysterious meteor shower in 1987 sends astronaut William “Buck” Rogers and his spacecraft off-orbit. He doesn’t awaken from the resulting suspended animation until an alien diplomatic vessel, Draconia, and the deceptively beautiful Princess Ardala intercepts him in the year 2491.
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2 - Awakening (2/2)

Original title : Awakening (2/2)
First Aired : 20.09.1979 (USA)
Director : Daniel Haller
Writing credits : Glen A. Larson, Leslie Stevens
Cast : Guerin Barry (unknown (voice)), Kevin Coates (Pilot), David Cadiente (Comtel Officer), Gil Serna (Technician), Larry Duran (Guard #1), Kenny Endoso (Guard #2), Eric Lawrence (Officer), H.B. Haggerty (Tigerman #2), Colleen Kelly (Wrather), Steve Jones (Pilot #2), David Buchanan (Pilot #3), Burt Marshall (Wingman), Howard F. Flynn (unknown (voice)), John Raynor (unknown (voice)), John Dewey-Carter (Supervisor)

The Story : See part one.

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3 - Planet of the Slave Girls (1/2)

Original title : Planet of the Slave Girls (1/2)
First Aired : 27.09.1979 (USA)
Director : Michael Caffey
Writing credits : Steve Greenberg, Aubrey Solomon, Cory Applebaum
Cast : Jack Palance (Kaleel), Roddy McDowall (Governor Saroyan), Buster Crabbe (Brigadier Gordan), David Groh (Duke Danton), MacDonald Carey (Dr. Mallory), Brianne Leary (Ryma), Karen Carlson (Stella), Don Marshall (Julio), Robert Dowdell (Galen), Mike Mullins (Regis Saroyan), Sheila DeWindt (Major Fields), Diane Markoff (Pilot), June Whitley-Taylor (Woman), Borah Silver (Husband), Nathaniel Brian Wise (Technician), Michael Masters (Worker), Don Maxwell (Guard)

The Story : It’s Buck to the rescue of the entire planet when Earth’s Defense Squadron becomes incapacitated after eating poisoned food discs from a shady slave trader.

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4 - Planet of the Slave Girls (2/2)

Original title : Planet of the Slave Girls (2/2)
First Aired : 27.09.1979 (USA)
Director : Michael Caffey
Writing credits : Steve Greenberg, Aubrey Solomon, Cory Applebaum
Cast : Jack Palance (Kaleel), Roddy McDowall (Governor Saroyan), Buster Crabbe (Brigadier Gordan), David Groh (Duke Danton), MacDonald Carey (Dr. Mallory), Brianne Leary (Ryma), Karen Carlson (Stella), Don Marshall (Julio), Robert Dowdell (Galen), Mike Mullins (Regis Saroyan), Sheila DeWindt (Major Fields), Diane Markoff (Pilot), June Whitley-Taylor (Woman), Borah Silver (Husband), Nathaniel Brian Wise (Technician), Michael Masters (Worker), Don Maxwell (Guard)

The Story : See part one.

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5 - Vegas in Space

Original title : Vegas in Space
First Aired : 04.10.1979 (USA)
Director : Sigmund Neufeld Jr.
Writing credits : Anne Collins
Cast : Ted Chapman (Man), Alice Frost (Rita), Joseph Wiseman (Morphus), Cesar Romero (Armat), James Luisi (Hood), Pamela Susan Shoop (Tangie), Juanin Clay (Marla Landers), Ana Alicia (Falina), Richard Lynch (Velosi)

The Story : Sin never looked so good when Buck is sent to the gambling city of Sinaloa to rescue a kidnapped young women from the city’s wicked ruler, Velosi.

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6 - The Plot to Kill a City (1/2)

Original title : The Plot to Kill a City (1/2)
First Aired : 11.10.1979 (USA)
Director : Dick Lowry
Writing credits : Alan Brennert
Cast : Markie Post (Joella Cameron), Nancy DeCarl (Sherese), Anthony James (Varek), John Quade (Quince), Victor Argo (Raphael Argus), Mitch Reta (Technician), John Furlong (1st Cop), Richard Reed (1st Rowdy), Seamon Glass (Pirate), Robert Tessier (Marcos), James Sloyan (Barney), Frank Gorshin (Kellogg)

The Story : When a dangerous interstellar assassin gang declares war on the city of New Chicago, Buck’s in a race against time to find their next target before he becomes one himself.

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7 - The Plot to Kill a City (2/2)

Original title : The Plot to Kill a City (2/2)
First Aired : 11.10.1979 (USA)
Director : Dick Lowry
Writing credits : Alan Brennert
Cast : Seamon Glass (Pirate), Markie Post (Joella Cameron), Robert Tessier (Marcos), James Sloyan (Barney Smith), Victor Argo (Raphael Argus), Whitney Rydbeck (Hartsteen), Gwen Mitchell (Ticket Clerk), Nonice Williams (Katrina Selvin), John Furlong (1st Cop), Mitch Reta (Technician), Richard Reed (1st Rowdy), Frank Gorshin (Kellogg), John Quade (Quince), Anthony James (Varek), James McEachin (Mr. Selvin)

The Story : See part one.

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8 - Return of the Fighting 69th

Original title : Return of the Fighting 69th
First Aired : 25.10.1979 (USA)
Director : Philip Leacock
Writing credits : David Bennett Carren
Cast : Dan Sturkie (Eli Twain), Robert Quarry (Commander Corliss), Woody Strode ("Big Red" Murphy), Eddie Firestone (M.K. Schultz), K.T. Stevens (Harriet Twain), Katherine Wiberg (Alicia), Robert Hardy (Clayton), Duncan McKenzie (Westlake), Clifford Turknett (War Technician), Elizabeth Allen (Roxanne Trent), Peter Graves (Noah Cooper)

The Story : Before Buck’s arrival in the 25th century, Wilma had been hot on the trail of two interstellar gunrunners, and now, they’re back with a stolen freighter full of chemical weapons ready to contaminate Earth’s atmosphere.

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9 - Unchained Woman

Original title : Unchained Woman
First Aired : 01.11.1979 (USA)
Director : Richard Lowry
Writing credits : Bill Taylor
Cast : Charles Walker (Lt. Zimmerman), Jim B. Smith (Shuttle Captain), Danny Ades (Gymon), Robert Cornthwaite (Ted Warwick), Walter Hunter (Hugo), Tara Buckman (Majel), Bert Rosario (Serio Sanwiler), Michael DeLano (Malory Pantera), Jamie Lee Curtis (Jen Burton)

The Story : Buck infiltrates a prison to rescue Jen Burton, a woman wrongly convicted for a murder her boyfriend committed.

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10 - Planet of the Amazon Women

Original title : Planet of the Amazon Women
First Aired : 08.11.1979 (USA)
Director : Philip Leacock
Writing credits : Michael Richards, Clayton Richards
Cast : James Faracci (Karsh), Liberty Godshall (Nyree), Wendy Oates (Renna), Antoinette Stella (Jayel), Wally K. Berns (Pilot Major Norris), Anne Jeffreys (Prime Minister), Jay Robinson (Cassius Thorne), Ann Dusenberry (Ariela Dyne), Darrell Zwerling (Dr. Macon), Teddi Siddall (Linea)

The Story : Buck’s up for auction after falling for a trap on the planet of Santia, and the highest bidder is no other than Ariela, the Prime Minister’s daughter.

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11 - Cosmic Wiz Kid

Original title : Cosmic Wiz Kid
First Aired : 22.11.1979 (USA)
Director : Leslie H. Martinson
Writing credits : Anne Collins From a Story by Alan Brennert
Cast : Tony Epper (Drunk), Tobar Mayo (Guard), Lester Fletcher (M.D. Toman), Earl Boen (Selmar), Albert Popwell (Koren), Melody Rogers (Lt. Dia Cyrton), Ray Walston (Roderick Zale), Gary Coleman (Hieronymus Fox)

The Story : Hieronymous Fox, an 11-year old child ruler of the plant Genesia, is kidnapped by the Sinister Roderick Zale, Buck and Wilma attempt to rescue the genius boy as the future of Genesia hangs in the balance.

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12 - Escape from Wedded Bliss

Original title : Escape from Wedded Bliss
First Aired : 29.11.1979 (USA)
Director : David Moessinger
Writing credits : Michael Bryant, Cory Applebaum From a Story by Corey Applebaum
Cast : Gary Stang (Disco Skater), Michael Ansara (Kane), Alfred Ryder (Garedon), H.B. Haggerty (Tigerman), Elaine Nista (Disco Skater), Tracy Miller (Disco Skater), Nancy Morris (Disco Skater)

The Story : It’s a shotgun wedding with the bride pointing the gun at planet Earth when Princess Ardala decides that Buck is the most genetically perfect male in the Galaxy.

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13 - Cruise Ship to the Stars

Original title : Cruise Ship to the Stars
First Aired : 27.12.1979 (USA)
Director : Sigmund Neufeld Jr.
Writing credits : Michael Bryant, Cory Applebaum From a Story by Michael Bryant
Cast : Kimberly Beck (Alison Michaels), Trisha Noble (Sabrina), Leigh McCloskey (Jaior), Dorothy Stratten (Miss Cosmos), Brett Halsey (Captain), Patty Maloney (Tina)

The Story : It’s murder and romance on the high seas when Buck, Wilma and Twiki board the ship Lyran Queen just before a beauty queen is nearly kidnapped by a mysterious woman with deadly superpowers.

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14 - Space Vampire

Original title : Space Vampire
First Aired : 31.01.1980 (USA)
Director : Larry Stewart
Writing credits : David Wise, Kathleen Barnes
Cast : Jeannie Fitzsimmons (The Captain), Phil Hoover (Helson), David Moses (Technician), Lincoln Kilpatrick (Dr. Ecbar), Nicholas Hormann (The Vorvon), Christopher Stone (Royko), Patty Maloney (Twiki)

The Story : Buck and Wilma must confront the treacherous Vorvon, who sneaks up on his victims and sucks their souls, when they believe him to be responsible for series of deaths on Space Station Theta.

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15 - Happy Birthday, Buck

Original title : Happy Birthday, Buck
First Aired : 10.01.1980 (USA)
Director : Sigmund Neufeld
Writing credits : Martin Pasko
Cast : Gina Gallego (Woman), Chip Johnson (Carew), Bruce Wright (Rorvik), Eric Mason (Lt. Garth), Abraham Alvarez (Security Agent), Harry Gold (Alien Squadron Leader), Tom Gagen (Niles), Clay Alexander (Marsden), Victoria Woodbeck (Technician), Tamara Dobson (Dr. Delora Bayliss), Peter MacLean (Cornell Traeger), Morgan Brittany (Raylyn Merritt)

The Story : On Buck Roger’s 534th birthday, a surprise party goes awry when the birthday boy must battle an assassin with a deadly vendetta against Dr. Huer.

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16 - A Blast for Buck

Original title : A Blast for Buck
First Aired : 17.01.1980 (USA)
Director : David Phinney
Writing credits : Richard Nelson From a Story by John Gaynor
Cast : Patty Maloney (Twiki), Gary Coleman (Hieronymus Fox)

The Story : It’s mind over matter when Buck agrees to subject himself to a mind probe in order to find out who is responsible for the mysterious objects being transported into the Defense Directorate’s building.

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17 - Ardala Returns

Original title : Ardala Returns
First Aired : 24.01.1980 (USA) - 09.02.2001 (FRANCE)
Director : Larry Stewart
Writing credits : Allan Cole, Chris Bunch
Cast : Bob Minor (Guard), Betty A. Bridges (Technician), James Emery (Pilot), H.B. Haggerty (Tigerman), Michael Ansara (Kane)

The Story : Princess Ardala is back and badder than ever with another plot to ensnare Buck – and this time, she lures him aboard a simulated spaceship just like the one he left Earth from in 1987.

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18 - Twiki Is Missing

Original title : Twiki Is Missing
First Aired : 31.01.1980 (USA) - 16.02.2001 (FRANCE)
Director : Sigmund Neufeld Jr.
Writing credits : Jaron Summers
Cast : Ken Letner (Oto Anad), Eugenia Wright (Dawn), Janet Bebe (Louie Clare), David Darlow (Pinchas), John P. Ryan (Kerk Belzak), Anne-Marie Martin (Stella Breed)

The Story : The evil ruler of a mining colony kidnaps Twiki, and when Buck goes to rescue him, he brings to light something that could also destroy the ten-ton asteroid that is on a collision course with Earth.

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19 - Olympiad

Original title : Olympiad
First Aired : 07.02.1980 (USA) - 23.02.2001 (FRANCE)
Director : Larry Stewart
Writing credits : Craig Buck
Cast : John A. Zee (Satrap), Paul Mantee (Karl), Elgin Baylor (Olympian #2), Anthony Davis (Olympian #3), Thomas Henderson (Olympian #1), Carlos Palomino (Olympian #4), Jerry Quarry (Quarod), Bob Seagren (Rand Sorgon), Paul Coufos (Zorgan), Barney McFadden (Jorex Leet), Judith Chapman (Lara Teasian), Nicolas Coster (Alaric)

The Story : When the greatest athletes in the universe gather for the 2492 Olympics, Buck is drawn into a political game of intrigue with an athlete trying to defect to Earth.

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20 - A Dream of Jennifer

Original title : A Dream of Jennifer
First Aired : 14.02.1980 (USA) - 02.03.2001 (FRANCE)
Director : David G. Phinney
Writing credits : Alan Brennert
Cast : Michael Hickenbottom (Supervisor), Mitchel Young Evans (Mime), Marsha Mercant (Clerk), Cameron Young (Toby Kaplin), Jessie Lawrence Ferguson (Lt. Rekoff), Anne Lockhart (Jennifer/Leila Markeson), Mary Woronov (Nola), Gino Conforti (Sylvie), Paul Koslo (Commander Reev)

The Story : Buck is haunted by the appearance of a young woman who bears more than a striking resemblance to Jennifer, the woman he left behind when he was propelled into the 25th century.

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21 - Space Rockers

Original title : Space Rockers
First Aired : 21.02.1980 (USA) - 09.03.2001 (FRANCE)
Director : Guy Magar
Writing credits : Allan Cole, Chris Bunch
Cast : Jerry Orbach (Lars Mangros), Richard Moll (Yarat), Jesse D. Goins (Rambeau), Leonard Lightfoot (Cirus), Jeff Harlan (Mark), Cynthia Leake (Elaine), Mitch Reta (Technician), Joseph Taggart (Security Man), Paul LeClair (Tarkas), Judy Landers (Joanna), Nancy Frangione (Karana)

The Story : It’s a case of music and mayhem when Buck attempts to stop a plan to control the minds of that galaxy’s youth through subliminal messages in rock music.

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22 - Buck's Duel to the Death

Original title : Buck's Duel to the Death
First Aired : 20.03.1980 (USA) - 16.03.2001 (FRANCE)
Director : Bob Bender
Writing credits : Robert Gilmer
Cast : Douglas R. Bruce (Young Officer), Francisco Lagueruela (Karem), Heidi Bohay (Maya), Stephanie Blackmore (Greta), Robert Lussier (Dr. Albert), Fred Sadoff (Kelan), Edward Power (Neil), Elizabeth Stack (Vionne), Keith Andes (Darius), William Smith (The Traybor)

The Story : Buck leads a band of men in the dangerous fight to free a peaceful planet from the clutches of the Traybor, an evil alien warlord.

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23 - Flight of the War Witch (1/2)

Original title : Flight of the War Witch (1/2)
First Aired : 27.03.1980 (USA) - 23.03.2001 (FRANCE)
Director : Larry Stewart
Writing credits : William Mageean, Robert Gilmer From a Story by David Chomsky
Cast : Gary Adler (1st Security Guard), Sid Haig (Spirot), Michael (Ansara Kane), Julie Newmar (Zarina), Vera Miles (Tora), Sam Jaffe (Council Leader), Brent Davis (Goneril), Tony Carroll (Pantherman), Eric Server (Dr. Theopholis' Voice), Larry Ward (1st Council Member), Don Maxwell (Draconian Soldier), Donald Petrie (Kodus), Kelley Miles (Chandar)

The Story : A space warp mysteriously traps Buck in another universe where the planet Pendar is under attack by a sinister war witch, Zarina.

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24 - Flight of the War Witch (2/2)

Original title : Flight of the War Witch (2/2)
First Aired : 03.04.1980 (USA) - 30.03.2001 (FRANCE)
Director : Larry Stewart
Writing credits : William Mageean, Robert Gilmer From a Story by David Chomsky
Cast : Gary Adler (1st Security Guard), Sid Haig (Spirot), Michael (Ansara Kane), Julie Newmar (Zarina), Vera Miles (Tora), Sam Jaffe (Council Leader), Brent Davis (Goneril), Tony Carroll (Pantherman), Eric Server (Dr. Theopholis' Voice), Larry Ward (1st Council Member), Don Maxwell (Draconian Soldier), Donald Petrie (Kodus), Kelley Miles (Chandar)

The Story : See first part

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