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Type
Scripted
Premiered
Sep. 09, 1978
Status
Canceled/Ended
Runtime
30 min.
Country
USA
Network
CBS TV Network
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Jason of Star Command

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.

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02x12 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 …

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Canceled/Ended
The show had 2 seasons and 28 episodes air between 1978 and 1979.

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  • The issue of "Playboy" featuring guest star Rosanne Katon as Playmate of the Month was published during the filming of the first season, in summer, 1978. Producer Lou Scheimer panicked,…
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    The issue of "Playboy" featuring guest star Rosanne Katon as Playmate of the Month was published during the filming of the first season, in summer, 1978. Producer Lou Scheimer panicked, worried that CBS would raise hell about a nude centerfold appearing in a Saturday morning children's show (although CBS apparently did not care). To goad Scheimer, stop-motion animators Stephen Czerkas and Jim Aupperle cut a small photo of the nude Katon out of "Playboy" and inserted it into a special effects monster shot. They got the expected panicked reaction from producer Scheimer.
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  • The visual effects crew used the same models of the Space Academy and the Seeker spacecraft from the Space Academy series, but made different shots using more advanced photographic technology…
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    The visual effects crew used the same models of the Space Academy and the Seeker spacecraft from the Space Academy series, but made different shots using more advanced photographic technology for this program.
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  • 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
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