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Jason of Star Command 

A young Space Command officer fights the evil space lord Dragos and his minions in his jurisdiction of the universe.


Arthur H. Nadel




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1979   1978  


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Series cast summary:
Craig Littler ...  Jason 28 episodes, 1978-1979
Sid Haig ...  Dragos 28 episodes, 1978-1979
Charlie Dell ...  Prof. E.J. Parsafoot / ... 28 episodes, 1978-1979
Susan Pratt ...  Capt. Nicole Davidoff 16 episodes, 1978
James Doohan ...  Commander Canarvin 16 episodes, 1978
John Russell ...  The Commander 12 episodes, 1979
Tamara Dobson ...  Samantha 12 episodes, 1979


Jason was an officer of Star Command, which was located on the same asteroid as Space Academy. Star Command's job was to protect the innocent from the bad guys, most notably Jason's archenemy, the one-eyed Dragos. Written by Marty McKee <mmckee@wkio.com>

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Release Date:

9 September 1978 (USA) See more »

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Filmation Associates See more »
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(28 episodes)

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1.33 : 1
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James Doohan left the series to star in Star Trek: The Motion Picture (1979). See more »


Narrator: Danger hides in the stars! This is the world of Jason of Star Command. A space-age soldier of fortune determined to stop the most sinister force in the universe: Dragos, master of the cosmos. Aiding Jason in his battle against evil is a talented team of experts, all working together in a secret section of Space Academy. Jason of Star Command!
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Alternate Versions

The first season was originally presented in sixteen 15-minute chapters, with scenes from the previous week, a cliffhanger, and scenes from the next installment. When aired in later foreign syndiation (1990s), all first season segments were combined into 8 half-hour episodes with the first half's end credits and second half's beginning credits being removed, though all "chapter" title screens were retained. The "scenes from next week" were also removed from the first half of the "new" 30-minute episodes. See more »


Follows Space Academy (1977) See more »

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Star Command and Space Academy Disappointing
26 January 2003 | by montanasingsSee all my reviews

After watching all the tapes of Space Academy and the spin-off from the series, Jason of Star Command, I had some sad feelings. The idea that a 'secret' base (that all the bad guys KNEW was on the Space Academy asteroid) could have made this show truly unique as opposed to a predictable adventure show with hairy aliens and monsters. I realize that corporate backing and intent was more serialized-similar to the old cliff-hanger type shows, but either the writing did not allow for expansion or the 15 minute time factor stifled this series' growth. If FILMATION's idea was to copy the 1950's style of show, they accomplished their mission-perhaps, a little too well.

Unfortunately, with the real space program expanding along side while this show aired, there was no way it could live past the short time it was broadcast. There were one or two gadgets but none of the futuristic thinking that had made science fiction shows, even for the younger viewers, interesting. Dragos, the bad guy, had a ship that was hard to believe but, an energy-dragon from another dimension is just too ridiculous for me to accept. Let's not even talk about the reused sets from Space Academy series.

Even the name factor of James Doohan could not save it. With the talented Doohan and Mr. Russell, this was a valiant attempt on their part to raise the show to acceptable standards. Other than the lovely Samantha and the odd, Professor Parsafoot, (Charlie Dell is also a wonderful actor), the only other interesting 'person' was the "WIKI" robot. Lady, gentlemen, robot-you tried. Thank you.

Keeping Samantha, the only person of color on the show was noteworthy. Coloring Commander Stone in blue was another. There were some quirky twists that made it tolerable.

I do like this show. But I cannot take it seriously-and I wanted to! I shake my head because I liked the Jason character-to a point. Some of the space ships and fight scenes were the only interesting props we, as viewers, saw.

But the actors and technological attempts were not enough to save the show from being relegated as a 'campy' show. Two shows with the potential for excellence (think Star Trek: The Academy Years married to Mission Impossible) are now listed in media history books and in all likelihood will be forgotten.

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