Thall Joben and Jord Dusat have finally arrived at the Boonta Speeder Race, but the disgraced Sise Fromm has followed them and hires Boba Fett to sabotage the meddling racers. The White Witch speeder...
Kea takes Thall, Jord and the droids to her home planet of Annoo. Once there, she reveals both her mother Demma and herself to be members of the Rebel Alliance out to find the location of the Trigon ...
Cartoon series. It is the 31st Century and Ulysses is a famous explorer and pilot in space but he desires to go home to Earth to his wife. He takes his son Telemachus and Telemachus's new ... See full summary »
Artoo, Threepio and a broken down android are traded into the hands of young miner Jann Tosh. The android turns out to be an alien with amnesia and a price on his head. It is in fact Mon ... See full summary »
'Adult Wicket' remembers four memorable adventures from his youth: how he fixed up his great grandfather's battle wagon, the occasion when Latara ran away from the Ewok village to join the ... See full summary »
Morag the Tulga Witch seeks revenge on her old enemy Logray, shaman of the Ewoks, who holds the magic Sunstar while she possesses it's darker half, the Shadowstone. The Witch unleashes her ... See full summary »
Mungo Baobab and his droids, Threepio and Artoo, are trailing the Rainbow comets of Manda in search of the fabled Roon system. Before they get there, they make an enemy out of the greedy ... See full summary »
This series recounts the adventures of C-3P0 and R2-D2 before they they met Luke Skywalker as they serve various masters over the years. As it turns out, their lives were no less hectic as they became involved in battles versus gangsters, pirates, the Empire and even Boba Fett on one occasion. Written by
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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. See more »
I saw this series years ago (probably on the BBC) when I was a kid and though I remember the animation as very bland and the story's disconnection from the movies as disappointing I still watched it and presumably enjoyed it enough to waste my time doing so. Why? Well I can only presume it was the magic still associated with all things Star Wars even as the craze was becoming Transformers (now that's what I call(ed) a robot cartoon).
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