Long before their famous adventures with the Rebel Alliance, R2-D2 and C-3PO were assigned to many different masters by the Intergalactic Droid Agency. In this animated series, the droids encounter many unforgettable people: greedy villains set on conquering planets, terrible space pirates, and brave heroes. Flying to different planets with their new master Jann Tosh and cargo pilot Jessica Meade, R2-D2 & C-3PO become heroes that will do anything to help their friends triumph over villainy.
Last Episode01x15 The Great Heep (2) Aired: Jun. 07, 1986
With Threepio captured by the Great Heap, Artoo in the Great Heap's harem tower and Mungo Baobab in detention, things look dim for the droids, …
Series Fun Facts
- It has been estimated that each hour-long pair of Droids and Ewoks episodes cost between $500,000 and $600,000 to produce. This made them one of the most expensive animated series of the 1980s.
- Only two humans appear in the show's opening sequence. Even then, both are wearing uniforms that cover their entire body and show no skin.
- Several characters from the original Star Wars Trilogy make cameos or are referenced to. These include; Boba Fett, the Max Rebo Band, IG-88, Jabba the Hutt (referenced by Boba Fett.) Also,…
[show]Several characters from the original Star Wars Trilogy make cameos or are referenced to. These include; Boba Fett, the Max Rebo Band, IG-88, Jabba the Hutt (referenced by Boba Fett.) Also, several spaceships used in the original trilogy appear including the A-Wing Fighter, Tie Fighters, a Star Destroyer, and a Desert Skiff.