Buck Rogers In The 25th Century |
Buck Rogers in the 25th Century
Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi
Sigmund Neufeld Jr., Larry Stewart, Dick Lowry, David G. Phinney, Vincent McEveety, Daniel Haller, Philip Leacock, Jack Arnold, Michael Caffey, Leslie H. Martinson, David Moessinger, Bob Bender, Guy Magar, Barry Crane, Victor French, Bernard McEveety, John Patterson
Robert C. Dille, Glen A. Larson, Leslie Stevens, Alan Brennert, Anne Collins, Stephen McPherson, Chris Bunch, Allan Cole, Rob Gilmer, Bob Mitchell, Esther Mitchell, Francis Moss, Margaret Schneider, Paul Schneider, David Carren, D.C. Fontana, Steve Greenberg, Philip Francis Nowlan, Clayton Richards, Aubrey Solomon, Bill Taylor, Kathleen Barnes, Craig Buck, David Chomsky, John Gaynor, Bruce Lansbury, Dick Nelson, Martin Pasko, Jaron Summers, David Wise, Calvin Clements Jr., Norman Hudis, William Keys
Johnny Harris, J.J. Johnson, Bruce Broughton, Stu Phillips, Herbert D. Woods, Donald Woods, Les Baxter, Richard LaSalle, Richard Markowitz, Michael Melvoin, John Cacavas, Robert Prince
David J. O'Connell, David G. Phinney, Glen A. Larson, Jock Gaynor, Bruce Lansbury, Medora Heilbron, Calvin Clements Jr., John Mantley, John G. Stephens, Karen Welch, Tim King, Richard Caffey, Andrew Mirisch, Leslie Stevens
Gil Gerard - Capt. William 'Buck' Rogers (32 episodes 1979-1981), Erin Gray - Colonel Wilma Deering (32 episodes 1979-1981), Felix Silla - Twiki (31 episodes 1979-1981), Mel Blanc - Twiki (27 episodes 1979-1981), Tim O'Connor - Dr. Elias Huer (21 episodes 1979-1980), Eric Server - Dr. Theopolis (19 episodes 1979-1980), Thom Christopher - Hawk (11 episodes 1981), Jay Garner - Admiral Efram Asimov (11 episodes 1981), Wilfrid Hyde-White - Dr. Goodfellow (11 episodes 1981), Dennis Haysbert - Communication Officer (5 episodes 1980-1981), Bob Elyea - Twiki (5 episodes 1981), Pamela Hensley - Princess Ardala (5 episodes 1979-1980), Paul Carr - Lieutenant Devlin (4 episodes 1981), Alex Hyde-White - Technician (4 episodes 1981), Michael Ansara - Kane (4 episodes 1979-1980), Patty Maloney - Twiki (3 episodes 1979-1980), Anthony James - Varek (4 episodes 1979-1981), Mitch Reta - Technician (3 episodes 1979-1980), Gary Coleman - Hieronymous Fox (2 episodes 1979-1980), BarBara Luna - Koori (2 episodes 1981), Sid Haig - Pratt (2 episodes 1980-1981), H.B. Haggerty - Tigerman (3 episodes 1979-1980), James Emery - Marine Pilot (2 episodes 1980-1981), Michael Masters - Jailer (2 episodes 1979-1981), Don Maxwell - Draconian Soldier (2 episodes 1979-1980), Frank Gorshin - Seton Kellogg (3 episodes 1979-1980), John Quade - Jolen Quince (3 episodes 1979-1980), Nancy DeCarl - Sherese (3 episodes 1979-1980), Markie Post - Joella Cameron (2 episodes 1979), Robert Tessier - Marcos (2 episodes 1979), James Sloyan - Barnard Smith (2 episodes 1979), Vic Perrin - Draconia PA Announcer (2 episodes 1979-1981), Tony Epper - Drunk (2 episodes 1979), Victor Argo - Raphael Argus (3 episodes 1979-1980), John Furlong - First Cop (2 episodes 1979), Richard Reed - First Rowdy (2 episodes 1979), Seamon Glass - Pirate (2 episodes 1979), Jamie Lee Curtis - Jen Burton (2 episodes 1979-1980), Ann Dusenberry - Ariela Dyne (2 episodes 1979-1980), Peter Graves - Major Noah Cooper (2 episodes 1979-1980), David Groh - Major Duke Danton (1 episode 1979), Richard Lynch - Morgan Velosi (2 episodes 1979-1980), Leigh McCloskey - Jalor Davin (2 episodes 1979-1980), Morgan Brittany - Raylyn Derren (1 episode 1980), Nicolas Coster - Allerick (1 episode 1980), Paul Koslo - Commander Reeve (1 episode 1980), Anne-Marie Martin - Stella Breed (1 episode 1980), Jerry Orbach - Lars Mangros (1 episode 1980), William Smith - The Trebor (1 episode 1980), Christopher Stone - Space Station Commander Royko (1 episode 1980), Ana Alicia - Felina Redding (2 episodes 1979-1980), Elizabeth Allen - Roxanne Trent (2 episodes 1979-1980), Michael DeLano - Malary Pantera (2 episodes 1979-1980), Roddy McDowall - Governor Saroyan (1 episode 1979), Trisha Noble - Sabrina (2 episodes 1979-1980), Jay Robinson - Cassius Thorne (2 episodes 1979-1980), Henry Silva - Kane (1 episode 1979), Ray Walston - Roderick Zale (2 episodes 1979-1980), Keith Andes - Darius (1 episode 1980), Judith Chapman - Lara Teasian (1 episode 1980), Gino Conforti - Sylvie (1 episode 1980), Tamara Dobson - Dr. Delora Bayliss (1 episode 1980), Nancy Frangione - Karana (1 episode 1980), Nicholas Hormann - Vorvon (1 episode 1980), Kelley Miles - Chandar (1 episode 1980), John P. Ryan - Kurt Belzack (1 episode 1980), Duke Butler - Tigerman (1 episode 1979), Juanin Clay - Major Marla Landers (2 episodes 1979-1980), Brett Halsey - Cruise Ship Captain (1 episode 1979), Anne Jeffreys - Prime Minister (1 episode 1979), Brianne Leary - Ryma (1 episode 1979), Robert Quarry - Commander Corliss (2 episodes 1979-1980), Melody Rogers - Lieutenant Dia Cyrton (2 episodes 1979-1980), Bert Rosario - Sergio Sanwiler (1 episode 1979), Alfred Ryder - Garedon (1 episode 1979), Lincoln Kilpatrick - Dr. Ecbar (1 episode 1980), Judy Landers - Joanna (1 episode 1980), Peter MacLean - Colonel Cornell Traeger (1 episode 1980), Barney McFadden - Jorex Leet (1 episode 1980), Donald Petrie - Kodus (1 episode 1980), Elizabeth Stack - Vionne (1 episode 1980), Mary Woronov - Nola (1 episode 1980), Ramon Bieri - Commissioner Bergstrom (1 episode 1981), Linden Chiles - Ambassador Cabot (1 episode 1981), Anne E. Curry - Cyra Samos (1 episode 1981), John Fujioka - Hand of Goral (1 episode 1981), David Hollander - Velis (1 episode 1981), Mark Lenard - Ambassador Duvoe (1 episode 1981), Tommy Madden - General Xenos (1 episode 1981), Harry Townes - The Guardian (1 episode 1981), Amanda Wyss - Laura (1 episode 1981), Kimberly Beck - Alison Michaels (2 episodes 1979-1980), Tara Buckman - Majel (2 episodes 1979-1980), Macdonald Carey - Dr. Mallory (1 episode 1979), James McEachin - Richard Selvan (1 episode 1979), Albert Popwell - Koren (2 episodes 1979-1980), Pamela Susan Shoop - Tangie (2 episodes 1979-1980), Woody Strode - Sgt. 'Big Red' MacMurthy (2 episodes 1979-1980), Anne Lockhart - Jennifer (1 episode 1980), Paul Mantee - Karl (1 episode 1980), Richard Moll - Yarat (1 episode 1980), Edward Power - Neil (1 episode 1980), Len Birman - Admiral Zite (1 episode 1981), William Bryant - Cowan (1 episode 1981), David S. Cass Sr. - Major Jason Samos (1 episode 1981), Rosemary DeCamp - Buck's Mother (1 episode 1981), Lance LeGault - Flagg (1 episode 1981), William Sylvester - Lt. General Preston Myers (1 episode 1981), Vernon Weddle - Dr. Moray (1 episode 1981), Earl Boen - Selmar (1 episode 1979), Karen Carlson - Stella Warden (2 episodes 1979-1980), Eddie Firestone - Corporal M.K. Schultz (2 episodes 1979-1980), James Luisi - Hood (1 episode 1979), Caroline Smith - Young Woman (1 episode 1979), Elgin Baylor - Olympian (1 episode 1980), David Darlow - Pinchas (1 episode 1980), Fred Sadoff - Kelan (1 episode 1980), Bruce M. Fischer - Loran (1 episode 1981), Kim Hamilton - Nurse Paulton (1 episode 1981), David Hooks - General Arnheim (1 episode 1981), Peter Kastner - Reardon (1 episode 1981), David Opatoshu - Llamajuna (1 episode 1981), John Dewey Carter - Supervisor (1 episode 1979), Michael Mullins - Regis Saroyan (1 episode 1979), Cesar Romero - Amos Armat (1 episode 1979), Antoinette Stella - Jayel (1 episode 1979), K.T. Stevens - Lieutenant Harriet Twain (2 episodes 1979-1980), Anthony Davis - Olympian (1 episode 1980), Chip Johnson - Carew (1 episode 1980), Bebe Louie - Clare (1 episode 1980), David Moses - Technician (1 episode 1980), Julie Newmar - Zarina (1 episode 1980), Walter Brooke - U.S. President (1 episode 1981), Sandy Champion - Chief Petty Officer Hall (1 episode 1981), Donn Whyte - Zykarian Jr. (1 episode 1981), Russell Wiggins - Relcos (1 episode 1981), Buster Crabbe - Brigadier Gordon (2 episodes 1979-1980), Walter Hunter - Hugo (2 episodes 1979-1980), Elaine Nista - Disco Skater (1 episode 1979), Wendy Oates - Renna (1 episode 1979), Joseph Wiseman - Carl Morphus (2 episodes 1979-1980), Betty A. Bridges - Technician (1 episode 1980), Jessie Lawrence Ferguson - Lieutenant Rekoff (1 episode 1980), Jesse D. Goins - Rambeau (1 episode 1980), Thomas Henderson - Olympian (1 episode 1980), Phil Hoover - Helson (1 episode 1980), Vera Miles - Tora (1 episode 1980), Bruce Wright - Rorvik (1 episode 1980), Eugenia Wright - Dawn (1 episode 1980), John Edward Allen - General Zoman (1 episode 1981), Robert Lane - Delph (1 episode 1981), John Milford - Air Force General (1 episode 1981), Kenneth O'Brien - Captain (1 episode 1981), Robert Cornthwaite - Ted Warwick (1 episode 1979), Lester Fletcher - M.D. Toman (2 episodes 1979-1980), Liberty Godshall - Nyree (1 episode 1979), Tracy Miller - Disco Skater (1 episode 1979), Timothy O'Hagan - Gurney Langston Jr. (1 episode 1979), Jack Palance - Kaleel (2 episodes 1979-1980), Jeannie Fitzsimmons - Freighter Captain (1 episode 1980), Sam Jaffe - The Keeper (1 episode 1980), Ken Letner - Oto Anad (1 episode 1980), Leonard Lightfoot - Cirus (1 episode 1980), Robert Lussier - Dr. Albert (1 episode 1980), Eric Mason - Lieutenant Garth (1 episode 1980), Bob Minor - Guard (1 episode 1980), Carlos Palomino - Olympian (1 episode 1980), Cameron Young - Toby Kaplin (1 episode 1980), Tony Cox - Private Zedht (1 episode 1981), Dennis Freeman - Midshipman (1 episode 1981), Stacy Keach Sr. - Senior Officer (1 episode 1981), James R. Parkes - Kovick (1 episode 1981), Shawn Stevens - Boy (1 episode 1981), Michael Stroka - Rolla (1 episode 1981), Daniel Ades - Gymon (1 episode 1979), Tobar Mayo - Guard (1 episode 1979), Nancy Morris - Disco Skater (1 episode 1979), Dorothy Stratten - Miss Cosmos (2 episodes 1979-1980), Katherine Wiberg - Alicia (2 episodes 1979-1980), Darrell Zwerling - Macon (1 episode 1979), Abraham Alvarez - Security Agent (1 episode 1980), Stephanie Blackmore - Greta (1 episode 1980), Jeff Harlan - Mark (1 episode 1980), Shawn Michaels - Supervisor (1 episode 1980), Jerry Quarry - Quarod (1 episode 1980), Gary Bolen - Johnson (1 episode 1981), Barry Cahill - Major Elif (1 episode 1981), Diana Chesney - Hag (1 episode 1981), Billy Curtis - General Yoomak (1 episode 1981), Michael Horsley - Yeoman James (1 episode 1981), John O'Connell - Major Peterson (1 episode 1981), Alice Frost - Rita (1 episode 1979), Robert Hardy - Clayton (1 episode 1979), Teddi Siddall - Linea (2 episodes 1979-1980), Jim B. Smith - Shuttle Captain (1 episode 1979), Gary Stang - Disco Skater (1 episode 1979), Heidi Bohay - Maya (1 episode 1980), Harry Gold - Alien Squadron Leader (1 episode 1980), Cynthia Leake - Elaine (1 episode 1980), Bob Seagren - Rand Sorgon (1 episode 1980), Thomas Bellin - Crawford (1 episode 1981), Leigh C. Kim - Petrie (1 episode 1981), Harry Monty - General Sothoz (1 episode 1981), Lavelle Roby - Thromis (1 episode 1981), Richard Wright - Onlooker #1 (1 episode 1981), Wally K. Berns - Major Norris (1 episode 1979), Ted Chapman - Man (1 episode 1979), Robert Dowdell - Galen (2 episodes 1979-1980), Duncan McKenzie - Westlake (1 episode 1979), Charles Walker - Lieutenant Zimmerman (1 episode 1979), Tony Carroll - Pantherman (1 episode 1980), Brent Davis - Goneril (1 episode 1980), Tom Gagen - Miles (1 episode 1980), Francisco Lagueruela - Karem (1 episode 1980), Marsha Mercant - Clerk (1 episode 1980), Howard Culver - Mailman (1 episode 1981), Arthur Eisner - Onlooker #2 (1 episode 1981), Michael Fox - High Judge (1 episode 1981), Alan Hunt - Wingman (1 episode 1981), Hubie Kerns Jr. - Mummy Monster (1 episode 1981), Spencer Russell - General Towtuk (1 episode 1981), Buck Young - Brigadier General Biles (1 episode 1981), James Faracci - Karsh (1 episode 1979), Whitney Rydbeck - Hartsteen (1 episode 1979), Clifford Turknett - War Technician (1 episode 1979), Sheila Wills - Major Fields (2 episodes 1979-1980), Clay Alexander - Marsden (1 episode 1980), Douglas R. Bruce - Young Officer (1 episode 1980), Mitchel Evans - Mime (1 episode 1980), Joe Taggart - Security Man (1 episode 1980), Andre Harvey - Thordis (1 episode 1981), Frank Parker - Captain (1 episode 1981), Carl Reindel - Air Force Sergeant (1 episode 1981), Roger Rose - Marcos (1 episode 1981), Charles Secor - General Kuzan (1 episode 1981), Don Marshall - Julio (1 episode 1979), Gwenn Mitchell - Ticket Clerk (1 episode 1979), Dan Sturkie - Eli Twain (2 episodes 1979-1980), Paul LeClair - Tarkas (1 episode 1980), Larry Ward - First Council Member (1 episode 1980), Victoria Woodbeck - Technician (1 episode 1980), Eric Lawrence - Young Marine (1 episode 1981), Chris O'Connor - Young Lieutenant (1 episode 1981), Andrea Pike - Crew Member (1 episode 1981), Diane Markoff - Female Pilot (1 episode 1979), Nonice Williams - Katrina (1 episode 1979), Paul Coufos - Zogan (1 episode 1980), Gina Gallego - Woman (1 episode 1980), Timothy O'Keefe - Bailiff (1 episode 1981), June Whitley Taylor - Woman (1 episode 1979), John A. Zee - Satrap (1 episode 1980), Dean Brooks - Marine Sergeant (1 episode 1981), Ken Chandler - Court Clerk (1 episode 1981), Borah Silver - Husband (1 episode 1979), Gary Adler - First Security Guard (1 episode 1980), Susie Ewing - Simmons (1 episode 1981), Nathaniel Brian Wine - Technician (1 episode 1979), Sena Ayn Black - Woman (1 episode 1979), Keith Atkinson - Joham (1 episode 1981), Lachelle Chamberlain - Darel (1 episode 1981), William Kirby Cullen - Demeter (1 episode 1981), Walker Edmiston - Koldar (1 episode 1981), Devon Ericson - Asteria Eleefa (1 episode 1981), Michele Marsh - Cleis (1 episode 1981), Denny Miller - Saurus (1 episode 1981), Stuart Nisbet - Rand (1 episode 1981), Eldon Quick - Chronos (1 episode 1981), Brady Rubin - Syla (1 episode 1981), Jackie Russell - Kally (1 episode 1981), William Conrad - Narrator (uncredited) (21 episodes 1979-1980), Jeff David - Crichton (uncredited) (11 episodes 1981), Ron Gans - Ezarhaaden (uncredited) (2 episodes 1979-1981), Sean Garrison - Flight Controller (uncredited) (2 episodes 1979-1980), Olan Soule - Sinaloa Gaming Computer (uncredited) (1 episode 1979), Nick Dimitri - Guard (uncredited) (1 episode 1980), Kelli Lessie - Council Member (uncredited) (1 episode 1980), Bill Andes - Colonel Turner (uncredited) (1 episode 1981)
In 1987, NASA astronaut William "Buck" Rogers is caught in a freak accident in deep space, causing his space shuttle Ranger 3 to be blown into an orbit that returns him to Earth - over 500 years later. The combination of gases that freezes him comes close to the formula commonly used in the 25th century for preservation, and his rescuers are able to revive him. In 2491, when Buck awakens from the freezing, Earth is recovering from a nuclear war and is coming under hostile attack by the Draconian Empire. In the second season, Buck has been assigned aboard the Searcher, a starship exploring the unknown reaches of space while searching for former Earth colonies that are scattered across the galaxy.
- Série 1: 1. Awakening (1979). In 1987, a space phenomenon sends NASA astronaut William "Buck" Rogers and his space shuttle off course and freezes his life support systems for 500 years. In 2491, he awakens aboard the flagship Draconia, under the command of Princess Ardala and her henchman Kane, a former native of Earth. The Draconians repair Buck's shuttle, but secretly plant a homing beacon aboard to track a path through Earth's defense shield. Upon arriving on Earth, Buck learns that everyone he knew had perished in a nuclear holocaust and Earth has been rebuilt over the centuries. However, he must adjust to the 25th century, and convince the Earth Defense Režieate that the Draconians are secretly planning to conquer Earth.
- Série 1: 2. Planet of the Slave Girls (1979). The Earth Defense Režieate faces a crisis when nearly everyone becomes sick after eating poisoned food. An attempt is made to create an antidote but the plan is thwarted when the laboratory is sabotaged and an assassin positions his weapon at Dr. Huer. Buck Rogers, Wilma Deering and Major Duke Danton travel to the planet Vistula where the poisoned food was exported from and they find a world engaged in slave labor. Then they discover that a fanatical religious leader and slave trader named Kaleel poisons Earth's food supply in order to weaken their defenses. Meanwhile, Kaleel is secretly planning to conquer Earth from his mountain fortress while their defenses are incapacitated.
- Série 1: 3. Vegas in Space (1979). A young woman, Felina Redding, has been kidnapped by criminals because she knows a great deal about the corporate secrets she possesses. Her employer, notorious smuggler Amos Armat, is also her father as well (the truth which Felina is unaware). Buck Rogers works with Major Marla Landers at the orbital casino resort Sinaloa, the gambling capital of the galaxy, in order to rescue Felina. However, Buck meets another damsel in distress, the beautiful Tangie, and must take on her employer, feared crime boss Morgan Velosi, who manages Sinaloa. While Landers uses her charm to distract Velosi, Buck rescues Felina before a hired interrogator, Carl Morpheus, can conduct a deadly mind probe on her.
- Série 1: 4. The Plot to Kill a City: Part 1 (1979). After capturing notorious assassin Raphael Argus, Buck Rogers learns that the killer-for-hire is to attend a meeting with a group of elite assassins known as the Legion of Death on Aldebaran II. Buck assumes his identity, meets the group's leader, Seton Kellogg, and learns that each member has a unique power - Sharese is an empath capable of reading the emotions of other people; Jolen Quince is a telekinetic who can move objects with the power of his mind; Marcos has superior strength, and Varek is a mutant who can walk through solid matter. After one of the group gets killed by an Earth Defense Režieate agent, the Legion of Death vow revenge and devise a plan to destroy New Chicago.
- Série 1: 5. The Plot to Kill a City: Part 2 (1979). Buck Rogers' true identity is briefly questioned by one of Raphael Argus' girlfriends, Joella Cameron, but she goes along with the deception to assist Buck. However, his cover has been eventually blown when an informant named Barney Smith, who knew the real Argus, confirms he is an impostor. The Legion of Death discover Buck's true identity, but he manages to avoid being killed by the nefarious group a deadly assassins. By then, Buck has already learned the group's plan to destroy New Chicago, by sabotaging the city's antimatter power plant, and he and Joella race back to Earth to stop them.
- Série 1: 6. Return of the Fighting 69th (1979). Buck Rogers and Wilma Deering pursue notorious gunrunners Commander Corliss and Roxanne Trent who are planning on dropping deadly nerve agents from the 20th century on Earth. A squadron of elderly space fighter pilots led by Major Noah Cooper who were forced to retire are brought back into active service so they can lead an attack on the criminals' asteroid base. Because of their age, Wilma has doubts about the squadron's reliability, but Noah's team departs to prove they still have what that takes to get the mission done. During the attack, Buck and Wilma are captured by Corliss and Trent who both show horrible scars from injuries they received from Wilma during a previous confrontation.
- Série 1: 7. Unchained Woman (1979). Posing as a prisoner named Valzhan, Buck Rogers has been taken to a penal colony on Zeta Minor where he springs a female inmate named Jen Burton. The young woman had taken the blame for crimes committed by her boyfriend, Malary Pantera, and the Earth's Režieate wants her to testify against him. However, she still loves Pantera and refuses to cooperate, and Pantera happens to have a business associate back on Earth, a Zetan diplomat whose involvement could be exposed once she testifies. Furthermore, they have to cross a desert on foot to succeed to the nearest spaceport and are being followed by an android prison guard, damaged during the prison break.
- Série 1: 8. Planet of the Amazon Women (1979). Earth is negotiating with the planet Ruatha to maintain its right to mine Barberite on the Ruathan held planet Madrea. While Buck Rogers is flying to keep the space between the planets clear, he is lured to the planet Zantia by a phony distress call from two beautiful women. After bringing them home, a man named Cassius Thorne takes Buck into custody and has him sold and mated with the Prime Minister's daughter Ariela Dyne. Meanwhile, Wilma Deering arrives looking for Buck and learns that Buck is planning to meet with the Ruathan leader and expose the truth that Zantia has no warriors. Buck and must escape Zantia while he finds a way to smooth the negotiations with the troublesome Ruathan diplomat.
- Série 1: 9. Cosmic Whiz Kid (1979). The President of the planet Genesia is no ordinary President... he is 493-year-old child genius Hieronymous Fox. Originally from Earth's 20th century, he developed advanced cryogenics technology and had himself frozen before the nuclear holocaust. After being revived in the 25th century, Fox helped the struggling Genesia colony and they made him their leader. A political dissident named Roderick Zale has kidnapped him for ransom and held him captive on Aldebaran II. The President's bodyguard, Lieutenant Dia Cyrton, appeals to Earth's Režieate for help to rescue him but officially Earth cannot help. When her request is denied, she enlists Buck to her cause who is only too eager to meet someone from his own time.
- Série 1: 10. Escape from Wedded Bliss (1979). Princess Ardala returns to Earth with a deadly space weapon that can destroy ever city on the planet. She informs the Defense Režieate that she will proceed unless Buck Rogers is turned over to her so that she can marry him. Dr. Huer initially refuses but when things look bleak, Buck departs to find a Draconian defector who lives in seclusion on Earth and knows the layout of Ardala's flagship. Unfortunately, the man is insane with fear of being captured and the only way to learn what he knows is to probe his mind. Meanwhile, Buck goes along to Ardala's flagship to prepare for the wedding and attempts to destroy Ardala's weapon before he becomes her groom.
- Série 1: 11. Cruise Ship to the Stars (1979). After the galactic beauty queen Miss Cosmos is attacked by a mysterious woman, Buck Rogers and Wilma Deering are assigned to protect her while she travels aboard a luxury space liner. There, Buck encounters Alison Michaels who suffers from periodic blackouts which her boyfriend, Jalor Davin, dismisses as mental stress caused by hypertension. After another attack against Miss Cosmos, Buck confronts the assailant, Sabrina, a wild-haired woman with superhuman strength and deadly psychokinetic powers. He begins to suspect and Sabrina and Alison are the same and that Jalor has been exploiting her powers so they can capture Miss Cosmos and sell her perfect genetics on the black market.
- Série 1: 12. Space Vampire (1980). Buck Rogers and Wilma Deering arrive at Theta Station to have Twiki serviced, but soon a freighter crashes with the space station. The freighter crew are found in a state between life and death, and believing a virus may be responsible, Commander Royko orders the base under quarantine. Soon however, Wilma feels a cold, evil presence stalking her and several station crew begun turning up half-dead. Buck learns that the source of said deaths is the Vorvon, a space vampire that can drain the life energy from his victims and turn them into zombies. However, only Buck is convinced that the Vorvon exists and plans on making Wilma his next victim.
- Série 1: 13. Happy Birthday, Buck (1980). Nearing his 534th birthday, Buck Rogers feels homesick for the 20th century and Wilma Deering plans a surprise party to cheer him up. To lure Buck out of his apartment and allow Wilma to arrange the party, Dr. Huer assigns him to escort psychic courier Raylyn Derren to New Detroit. Meanwhile, the bitter and vindictive Cornell Traeger escapes from a remote planet that he has been imprisoned on for 15 years. He acquires a mutant power to change molecular structures and plans revenge on Dr. Huer for sending him on a disastrous mission. Traeger kidnaps the psychic courier to find out Dr. Huer's location and Buck must stop him before he can carry out the assassination.
- Série 1: 14. A Blast for Buck (1980). Once a satellite enters Earth orbit, a strange device materializes and presents a message for Buck Rogers, and a warning of a possible attack. Unable to solve the peculiar puzzle, Dr. Huer believes that the device was sent by someone with a grudge against Buck so he scans Buck, Wilma and Twiki's memories to review many of the villains they have crossed paths with. Meanwhile, Dr. Theopolis attempts to logically narrow down the culprit - or the prankster - responsible for the curious riddles.
- Série 1: 15. Ardala Returns (1980). Kane has designed the Hatchet Fighters of the Draconian Realm, resulting in the invariable deaths of the empire's best pilots who cannot control their ships. Determined to launch attacks on Earth, Princess Ardala orders the capture of Buck Rogers, the one pilot in the galaxy who can possibly control Kane's Hatchet Fighters. Using a dramatic ruse, Ardala succeeds in capturing Buck and Twiki, and prepares Buck for the debut of the Zygots, android clones of himself. Strapping Buck into a space suit, the Draconians record his combat experience and transfer the information into the clones. Buck attempts to escape, but finds Ardala has sent one of his clones as an impostor, rigged with a bomb capable of destroying New Chicago.
- Série 1: 16. Twiki Is Missing (1980). After an uprising of miners on the asteroid Toros, the mining operator Kerk Belzak wishes to replace the human workers with robotic drones. He kidnaps Twiki so he can investigate the diminutive drone's unique circuitry and make cheap duplicates of Twiki to work in his mine. Buck Rogers goes after Belzak's enforcers, the Omniguard, three female paranormals with psychokinetic powers to save Twiki. Meanwhile, Wilma Deering has her hands full with a huge floating chunk of frozen oxygen that could destroy most of Earth's population once the iceberg veers off course.
- Série 1: 17. Olympiad (1980). Buck attends a new version of the Olympics. He meets Lara one of the athletes who tells him that she is involved with Jorex an athlete from a planet that's ruled by a dictator who has Jorex under his thumb. She's asking for Buck's help so that Jorex can defect to Earth. Buck calls Wilma and Huer who agree to help. They decide to consult another refugee from Jorex's planet. He tells them that the dictator will do whatever he has to keep him from escaping eve kill him. However Allerick, the man in charge of Jorex learns of the plan and abducts Lara.
- Série 1: 18. A Dream of Jennifer (1980). Buck sees a young woman who looks identical to his girlfriend, whom he left behind when he was sent on a space mission in the 20th century. The stranger, named Lela Markeson, catches a flight in the resort town of City-on-the-Sea (what was once New Orleans), and Buck follows her there. However, Lela reveals that she was purposely altered to appear as Buck's long-lost girlfriend and sent to lure Buck into a trap by aliens. With Buck captured, the aliens want him to attack a freighter transporting weapons to a colony planet which they planned to conquer. Buck gets Wilma to detonate a warhead to deceive the aliens into thinking the shipment is destroyed. Buck defeats the cruel aliens, but loses Leila, and his lost love again, as she tearfully dies in his arms.
- Série 1: 19. Space Rockers (1980). Evil rock music impresario Lars Mangros puts hypnotic signals in the music done by his best-selling band Andromeda that incites young fans to riot and rebel against authority. Andromeda are going to perform their first big concert which will be broadcast on a global basis. It's up to Buck Rogers and Twiki to thwart Mangros' dastardly plot to warp the minds of the youth all over the universe during said concert.
- Série 1: 20. Buck's Duel to the Death (1980). Buck and Twiki are lured to another planet where they are enlisted to fight an evil alien warlord called "The Traybor" (played "B" movie bad guy William Smith), who has built a harem of young women-most recently the daughter of the Darius, the leader of the planet. In addition to Smith's trademark muscles, "The Traybor" is wired to direct a surge of electricity toward his opponent. Buck learns from Darius of a legend than a 500 year old man will one day appear and defeat "The Traybor".
- Série 1: 21. Flight of the War Witch (1980). 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.
- Série 2: 1. Time of the Hawk (1981). Buck Rogers, Wilma Deering, and Twiki embark on a journey through the universe as members of the spaceship Searcher, which is on a mission to find the lost tribes of Earth who fled the planet in the wake of a devastating nuclear holocaust. Meanwhile, proud and vengeful half-man, half-bird being Hawk declares war on mankind after his people are slaughtered by humans. It's up to Buck to find and capture Hawk.
- Série 2: 2. Journey to Oasis (1981). Earth and the rival planet Zykaria are on the cusp of war. Zykarian Ambassador Duvoe travels by a shuttle piloted by Buck Rogers to a peace conference in the city of Oasis on the otherwise desolate planet of R-4. Things go awry when the shuttle gets hit by a sudden radiation storm and Buck is forced to land on the harsh desert surface of R-4 that's populated by a savage tribe of primitive mutants.
- Série 2: 3. The Guardians (1981). Buck and Hawk discover an old man dying on a uncharted planet while searching for evidence of human settlements. He says it was destiny that brought him to this time and destiny that brought him to that planet. He entrusts Buck with a green jade box and tells him to take it to the next guardian. It's a legendary box and strange things start to happened to those who touch the box. Horrific future visions, but Asimov wants to get to his R and R, so he throws the box on the back burner. But they soon realize is if they don't take the box right away, that the time shifts may destroy them all.
- Série 2: 4. Mark of the Saurian (1981). While sick in bed with Cignus Fever Buck starts seeing Ambassador Cabot and his party have a strange aura around them. Ambassador Cabot is responsible for bringing peace with the lizard people known as the Saurians with the Delta Defense Grid which destroys all ships without a proper code. The Aura that Buck is seeing is connected to the fact that Ambassador Cabot and his party are not who they claim to be but Saurians in disguise. Buck's unique condition allows him to see the aura around the illusion. But now the Searcher is on a deadly course which is all part of a plan to take over the Delta Defense Grid but only Buck suspect something is amiss.
- Série 2: 5. The Golden Man (1981). While traveling through an asteroid field, Buck Rogers and crew come across a life pod. Inside is a young golden-skinned boy, Vellus, who displays the unusual ability to alter the nature of metals. When the Searcher becomes hopelessly stuck on an asteroid, Vellus suggests that his friend Relkos, whose life pod landed on a nearby planet, is more powerful that he and could lighten the ship enough to free it from the asteroid. Buck and Vellus head down to the planet, unaware that it is a penal colony full of unruly prisoners. They discover that the criminals are also after Relkos's metal-altering powers, hoping he can lighten a crashed vessel enough for them to escape.
- Série 2: 6. The Crystals (1981). Buck Rogers visits the planet Phibocetes with a landing party, hoping to gather some thurbidian crystals to power the Searcher. Though the planet is believed to be uninhabited, the landing party soon comes across a "mummy" that mysteriously comes to life and wanders off into the bushes. Buck soon meets another life form - a young girl - who has no memory of who she is or where she came from. The crew is puzzled when blood samples from the girl match that of the creature and assume the girl will eventually become one of the mummy-like beings. Both life forms also seem strangely affected by the thurbidian crystals, and it's not long before the "mummy" makes off with their entire supply.
- Série 2: 7. The Satyr (1981). Buck Rogers and Twiki visit the planet Arcadus, hoping to discover one of the lost colonies of Earth. However, they find only two survivors - Cyra Samos and her young son Delph - who have been living in terror of a half-goat, half-human "satyr" named Pangor. Cyra seems reluctant to talk about the satyr, and repeatedly refuses Buck's offers to relocate. When Pangor attacks Buck's ship, he and Twiki are grounded temporarily. And after being bitten by the creature during a struggle, Buck begins turning into a satyr himself. His only hope is to leave the planet as soon as possible.
- Série 2: 8. Shgoratchx! (1981). Buck and Hawk are ordered to explore an old derelict spaceship, where they find a hold full of solar bombs and a crew of seven dwarfs. The crew are transferred to the Searcher, and it is decided to take the derelict to a safe location to detonate the bombs before they can explode on their own. Buck turns the seven uniformed men over to Wilma, who has her hands full when she discovers the little aliens have never seen a woman before.
- Série 2: 9. The Hand of the Goral (1981). May contain spoilers - While exploring Deeth, the "Planet of Death," Buck Rogers, Hawk, and Wilma come across a stranded crash victim. His wrecked ship mysteriously disappears after he is rescued - the first in a long line of strange happenings. Buck and Hawk must contend with a duplicate of their ship, the Searcher, as well as find a way to release the real Searcher from a snare beam. Their search for the beam's source takes them back to the planet's surface, where they meet an old man who identifies himself as the "Hand of the Goral." He informs them that they have a final test to pass - if they succeed, they will reap the rewards, but if they fail, the Searcher and all aboard will be destroyed.
- Série 2: 10. Testimony of a Traitor (1981).
- Série 2: 11. The Dorian Secret (1981). Buck and Hawk transport refugees of a planetary disaster to a new home. Buck allows a fugitive woman named Asteria Eleefa to board the Searcher. Eleefa is a member of a harsh mutant race called the Dorians, who hide their faces behind decorated masks. Ruthless Dorian leader Koldar claims that Eleefa is a murderess and hence demands that Eleefa be handed over to him. When Buck refuses to oblige Koldar's demand, Koldar decides to turn up the temperature on the Searcher.
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