Hidden away on the same base as Space Academy, Jason and his various partners (Nicole, Parsafoot and Samantha) and his pocket-sized robot, Wiki work as agents for Star Command, a secret organization whose mission is to combat evil. Dragos, Jason's main adversary, intends to rule the galaxy and it is up to Jason and the Star Command crew to stop him.
Last Episode02x12 Battle for Freedom Aired: Dec. 01, 1979
Dragos kidnaps the Commander so Jason tries to free him from his asteroid prison. Can Jason’s courage overcome the evil of Dragos at la …
Jason of Star Command: Season 1, Episode #1 - Attack of the Dragonship / Pris...
Star Command is attacked and Jason is captured by the sinister Dragos.
Jason of Star Command: Season 1, Episode #2 - Escape of Dragos / A Cry for Help
As Star Command is forced towards a burning star, Jason escapes from Dragos and finds an ally in Princess Allegra.
Series Fun Facts
- The "laser beam" light that appeared to be projected from Dragos' eye piece wasn't a visual effect - the light was triggered by a switch that actor Sid Haig held in his hand.
- Originally the part of Dragos was offered to actor Ted Cassidy who was best known as Lurch on the original Addams Family television series. In July of 1978, In a rare personal interview…
[show]Originally the part of Dragos was offered to actor Ted Cassidy who was best known as Lurch on the original Addams Family television series. In July of 1978, In a rare personal interview Cassidy told how producers offered him the part, but because he had first refusals on a couple of other pilot films, he wasn't able to give the producers a direct answer if he wanted to accept the role. When he finally got back to them, it was too late as they had to begin production and cast Sid Haig in the role. They would have had to recast as Cassidy died in January 1979.
- The voice of pocket robot W1K1 was sped-up sound-bytes of Larry Storch speaking gibberish as the panda's Ping and Pong from The Brady Kids