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Starcom: The U.S. Space Force

Action & AdventureAnimation7+ (TV-PG)19871 Season
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Starcom: The U.S. Space Force (1987 - 1987)

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Action & Adventure Animation Rated: 7+ (TV-PG)19871 Season

Starcom: The U.S. Space Force is an animated syndicated series in the 1980s that spawned a successful motorized toy line franchise in Europe and Asia for Mattel, despite its failures to succeed in its U.S. domestic market. The plot was based on the adventures of an American astronaut brigade as they fought off attempted invasions by Shadow Force, a nasty collection of aliens and robots led by the nefarious Emperor Dark. The show was developed with the help of the Young Astronauts’ Council with the original intention of sparking young viewers’ interest in the U.S. NASA Space Program. However, Starcom did not get much of a chance to make kids want to join the space program as it was cancelled off the air after one brief season. It was revived for a short run in the early 1990s, but no new episodes were aired. It was produced by DiC Enterprises and distributed by Access Syndication.The plot was classic Flash Gordon and Buck Rogers fare. The evil members of Shadow Force, led by Emperor Dark, were trying to take over the cosmos, and it was up to Starcom to stop them. Young hero Col. James “Dash” Derringer, an ace Starcom pilot, was the star of the series, and several of his teammates were family members. He was also backed up by the resourceful ace pilot John “Slim” Griffin, whose niece was yet another Starcom pilot. Other heroes on the Starcom side included Col. Paul “Crowbar” Corbin and Admiral Franklin Brinkley. The show had very high quality production, with top notch animation and relatively mature subject matter and dialog.Starcom: The U.S. Space Force has one or more episodes free on Tubi, free on PlutoTV, and streaming with subscription on CONtv (Via Prime Video). It's an action & adventure and animation show with 13 episodes over 1 season. Starcom: The U.S. Space Force is no longer running and has no plans to air new episodes or seasons. It has a better than average IMDb audience rating of 7.2 (199 votes).

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Starcom: The U.S. Space Force Season 1 Overview

Sep 20, 1987 - Dec 13, 1987

Season 1 of Starcom: The U.S. Space Force has 13 episodes that are available to stream on ConTV, Tubi, PlutoTV.

Starcom: The U.S. Space Force Season 1 Episodes
Season 01, Episode 13 The Last Star Ranger
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S01 E13

The Last Star Ranger
Dec 13, 1987

Trying to escape a sandstorm, four battle cranes fall through a crack in the surface of Mars into an abandoned...

S01 E13 of Starcom: The U.S. Space Force is available to stream on ConTV, Tubi, PlutoTV.

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Season 01, Episode 12 Flash Moskowitz, Space Cadet
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Season 01, Episode 11 Hot Enough for You?
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S01 E11

Hot Enough for You?
Nov 29, 1987

Slim and Crowbar investigate a distress call on Mercury which turns out to be from Emperor Dark's men, Ramor and...

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#2976 Ranked in Action & Adventure TV

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Starcom: The U.S. Space Force has a better than average IMDb audience rating of 7.2 (199 votes). The show is somewhat popular with Reelgood users lately.

About Starcom: The U.S. Space Force

Starcom: The U.S. Space Force Overview

Starcom: The U.S. Space Force is an animated syndicated series in the 1980s that spawned a successful motorized toy line franchise in Europe and Asia for Mattel, despite its failures to succeed in its U.S. domestic market. The plot was based on the adventures of an American astronaut brigade as they fought off attempted invasions by Shadow Force, a nasty collection of aliens and robots led by the nefarious Emperor Dark. The show was developed with the help of the Young Astronauts’ Council with the original intention of sparking young viewers’ interest in the U.S. NASA Space Program. However, Starcom did not get much of a chance to make kids want to join the space program as it was cancelled off the air after one brief season. It was revived for a short run in the early 1990s, but no new episodes were aired. It was produced by DiC Enterprises and distributed by Access Syndication.The plot was classic Flash Gordon and Buck Rogers fare. The evil members of Shadow Force, led by Emperor Dark, were trying to take over the cosmos, and it was up to Starcom to stop them. Young hero Col. James “Dash” Derringer, an ace Starcom pilot, was the star of the series, and several of his teammates were family members. He was also backed up by the resourceful ace pilot John “Slim” Griffin, whose niece was yet another Starcom pilot. Other heroes on the Starcom side included Col. Paul “Crowbar” Corbin and Admiral Franklin Brinkley. The show had very high quality production, with top notch animation and relatively mature subject matter and dialog.

Age rating: 7+ (TV-PG)
Number of seasons: 1 Season
Number of episodes: 13 Episodes

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Related Genres: Action & AdventureAnimation
Available to watch on: Free Services
Original Release Date: Sep 20, 1987
Show Status: Ended
Next episode release: N/A