Grand Star (2007– )

Chapter XXVI 

Cal learns the full truth about his parentage. Despite the urgency of the situation, the Renewers debate when to fire the canon.

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Paolo Barzman

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G.J. Arnaud (novel) (as Georges J. Arnaud), Paolo Barzman (creator) | 2 more credits »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Tyler Johnston ... Cal Ragg
Tammy Hui Tammy Hui ... Suki
Kyle Labine ... Kurt Masters
Peter Hudson ... Liam Ragg
James Gerard ... Lieutenant Damien
Joe Sheridan ... CEO Palidor
Susan Gilmore ... Tara Masters
Louise Vincent Louise Vincent ... Ma Ker
Patrick Albenque ... Zel
David Daouda David Daouda ... Special Pointman
Sophie Ann Rooney ... Margot
Marie Blanchet Marie Blanchet ... Nara
Jemima West ... Solveg
Bruno Tuchszer Bruno Tuchszer ... Gola
Catherine Buquen Catherine Buquen ... Mai
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Cal learns the full truth about his parentage. Despite the urgency of the situation, the Renewers debate when to fire the canon.

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15 March 2008 (Canada) See more »

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The Grand Star character "CEO Palidor"
5 September 2015 | by bbw1957See all my reviews

I recently found this show on a site that offers out of the way films, shorts and documentaries that are different from the circle of regular films. I found the show entertaining and youthful, being that it's okay to let the kids watch too. There is one question I have about a certain evil character, especial those who should never be placed into power, I wondered who is this CEO Palidor was, and how did this character rise in power from the old world? Sometimes it's not easy to watch villains get away with murder, but in the end, the bad guys always lose. Well...since this is a never ending type series, I wonder, how the prequel would be, and should I maybe read the books first to understand the characters better. Either way, the show is entertaining, and the characters (actors) are wonderful to watch. Yet, I would advise anyone to read the series, before watching the show. I guess it will have a better introduction and a more understanding ending. Good luck.


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