Droids: Season 1, Episode 10

Tail of the Roon Comets (9 Nov. 1985)

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The droids' new master, Mungo Boabab, plans to open up a new trade route to the Roon system and save his father's Merchant Fleet from financial ruin. While trailing the Rainbow comets over ... See full summary »

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C-3PO (voice)
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Dan Hennessey ...
Governor Koong (voice)
Michael Kirby ...
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Winston Rekert ...
Mungo Baobab (voice)
John Stocker ...
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The droids' new master, Mungo Boabab, plans to open up a new trade route to the Roon system and save his father's Merchant Fleet from financial ruin. While trailing the Rainbow comets over the planet Manga, his ship, Caravel, is high jacked by a tractor beam from the new Ambu light-station in the Cloak of Sith. Once aboard the station, Governor Koong mistakes Mungo for an emissary from Imperial Admiral Screed (an old enemy of Baobab). Koong had invited the Admiral to take a look at his illegal ware, including Mupple delicacies, the valuable explosive Nurgon 14, and the illusive Roonstones. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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When the pirates prepare to re-program C-3PO, they ask him if he has any preference as to his new name. C-3PO replies "Well, I've always been partial to Anthon- oh dear, what I am saying?", a reference to Anthony Daniels, who plays C-3PO in the Star Wars films and in this cartoon. See more »

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