After a mysterious probe lands on Earth, Buck and Twiki travel through a vortex to another universe where the peaceful inhabitants of the planet Pendar are under attack from the ruthless ... See full summary »

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After a mysterious probe lands on Earth, Buck and Twiki travel through a vortex to another universe where the peaceful inhabitants of the planet Pendar are under attack from the ruthless war witch Zarina. Buck has to form an uneasy alliance with Draconian Princess Ardala, who has followed him through the vortex, in order to defeat Zarina. Written by Woodyanders

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The enemy spaceship in "Flight of the War Witch" was unfinished when shooting was scheduled to begin, so this was turned upside down to add an alien look to this. See more »

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Princess Ardala: Shut up Kane! Just give them my best wishes and send them on their way. I don't want them to be late for the war!
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Music by Stu Phillips
Lyrics by Glen A. Larson
Sung by Kipp Lennon
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One Of My favorites
2 March 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is one of my favorite episodes of this series! The war witch is really played with excellent camp by Julie Newmar.I love the way she puts princess Ardala in her place by telling her that she is a woman but Ardala is a spoiled little girl. The visuals of Buck and Twiki going into the new universe are also cool.The aliens that Buck meets on the other side are also led by the late great Sam Jaffe. The way that Twiki is such a smart ass to the robot that they meet in the new universe is also really funny.I also like how Ardala is really upset by what the war witch has said to her and starts almost crying when she tells Buck that she is not fine.This is my second favorite episode after planet of the slave girls.I also like plot to kill a city. I would encourage everyone to watch this episode.


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