A young crossbreed human and alien fights to keep both of his worlds from going to war. His father, an alien (Tyrusian) emperor and his mother, a human, are both missing, and the young man ... See full summary »
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Won 1 Primetime Emmy. Another 2 nominations. See more awards »

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 David Carter (13 episodes, 1998)
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 The Dragit (13 episodes, 1998)
Thom Adcox-Hernandez ...
 Simon (13 episodes, 1998)
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 Philip Stark (13 episodes, 1998)
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 Angie Romar (13 episodes, 1998)
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 Major Lomack (13 episodes, 1998)
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 General Gordon (13 episodes, 1998)
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 Jim Bailey (13 episodes, 1998)
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 Rita Carter / ... (11 episodes, 1998)
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 Cale Oosha (9 episodes, 1998)
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 Doc (9 episodes, 1998)
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 Rafe (8 episodes, 1998)
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 Additional Voices (8 episodes, 1998)
Harve Bennett ...
 President McAllister (7 episodes, 1998)
Jennifer Darling ...
 Additional Voices (6 episodes, 1998)
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A young crossbreed human and alien fights to keep both of his worlds from going to war. His father, an alien (Tyrusian) emperor and his mother, a human, are both missing, and the young man (David) has to discover who his friends and enemies really are. Written by Scott Ward <fiveminutes@juno.com>

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Animation | Sci-Fi

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8 June 1998 (USA)  »

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The first prime time animated dramatic mini-series
6 January 2000 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Invasion America was the first prime time animated dramatic mini-series, but set itself apart in more ways than that. Produced by Steven Spielberg (E.T., Jurassic Park) and Harve Bennett (Star Trek), and voiced by Timothy Daly (From the Earth to the Moon) and Leonard Nimoy (Star Trek) it set new standards in animation, science fiction, and dramatic story telling. In the six, forty-five minute episodes it takes time to tell the story from the first book (of five?) there are a few spots where the dialogue could be better, or where the plot could be stronger, but these are few and far between. The story ends strong with a few good strings where the next story will pick up. Overall an excellent mini-series!


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