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CAST 
 
Lieutenant Troy  . . . . . .  KENT McCORD
Lieutenant Dillon  . . . . . .  BARRY VAN DYKE
Commander Adama  . . . . . .  LORNE GREENE
Jaime Hamilton  . . . . . .  ROBYN DOUGLASS
Colonel Boomer  . . . . . .  HERB JEFFERSON JR.
Dr. Zee  . . . . . .  ROBBIE RIST (episodes 1-3)
PATRICK STUART (episodes 4-10)

PHOTOS


EPISODE GUIDE

Galactica Discovers Earth (Part 1)
Writer: Glen A. Larson
Director: Sidney Hayers

After thirty years of travel, the Galactica finally locates and reaches Earth but it's the year 1980, when the planet's technology is not advanced enough to help defeat the Cylons. Adama orders the Galactica away, to prevent the Cylons from locating Earth, and sends his grandson Boxey (now Captain Troy) and Lieutenant Dillon to the planet to locate Professor Mortinson, a man they hope can help them speed up Earth's technological development. But Xavier, one of the Council of Twelve, believes more drastic steps should be taken. He uses a time-travel device built by 14-year-old genius Dr. Zee to go to Earth's past specifically high-tech Nazi Germany during WWII intending to advance its technology rapidly. (Original Airdate: Jan. 27, 1980)

Robert Reed (Mortinson), Richard Lynch (Xavier), Pamela Susan Shoop (Dorothy Carlyle), Sharon Acker (Anne), Richard Eastham (General Cushing), Vernon Weddle (1st Cop), David Moses (2nd Cop), Brion James (Biker / Willy), Mickey Jones (Biker / Donzo), Duncan Mackenzie (1st Pilot), Bruce Douglas (2nd Pilot), Eddie Firestone (Derelict), Frank Downing (1st Guard), Don Maxwell (2nd Guard), Fred Holliday (Mr. Brooks)


Galactica Discovers Earth (Part 2)
Writer: Glen A. Larson
Director: Sidney Hayers

Xavier time-travels to Nazi Germany, intending to give the Germans advanced technology in order to boost the planet's modern-day tech level. Troy, Dillon and reporter Jamie Hamilton must stop him from changing the past. (Original Airdate: Feb. 3, 1980)

Robert Reed (Mortinson), Richard Lynch (Xavier), Ted Gehring (Sheriff), Curt Lowens (Gen. Wilhlem Yodel), James R. Parks (Walt Griffin), Bruce Wright (Aide), Adam Starr (Willy Griffin), Missy Francis (Little Girl), Todd Martin (3rd German), John Zenda (Cop), Erik Holland (2nd German Officer), Eric Forst (1st German Officer), and Albert Paulsen, Louis Turenne and Michael Strong


Galactica Discovers Earth (Part 3)
Writer: Glen A. Larson
Director: Sidney Hayers

Troy, Dillon, and Jaime attempt to capture Xavier, who has returned to modern-day Earth to reclaim his Viper. (Original Airdate: Feb. 10, 1980)

Robert Reed (Mortinson), Richard Lynch (Xavier), Ted Gehring (Sheriff), Curt Lowens (Gen. Wilhlem Yodel), James R. Parks (Walt Griffin), Adam Starr (Willy Griffin), Missy Francis (Little Girl), Hank Brandt (Colonel), Duncan Mackenzie (3rd Guard), Jonathan Williams (2nd Guard), Paul Brown (4th Guard), Ray Duke (Paper Boy), Doug Hale (Air Force Major), Billy Jacoby (Tucker), Fred Holliday (Mr. Brooks), and Albert Paulsen, Louis Turenne and Michael Strong


The Super Scouts (Part 1)
Writer: Glen A. Larson
Director: Vince Edwards

After a Cylon surprise attack, Adama sends the fleet's children (disguised as "Super Scouts") with Troy and Dillon to Earth, where they enlist Jamie's aid to protect the kids. (Original Airdate: March 16, 1980)

Allan Miller (Colonel Sydell), George Deloy (Dr. Spencer), Mike Kellin (Stockton), Carlene Watkins (Nurse Valerie), Helen Page Kemp (Saleslady), Simon Scott (Captain), Ken Scott (Co-pilot), Fred Holliday (Mr. Brooks), Mark Everett (Newspaper Boy), David Larson, Eric Larson, Michelle Larson, Tracy Justrich, Michael Brick, Nicholas Davies, Ronnie Densford, Jeff Cotler, Georgi Irene, Lindsay Kennedy, Jerry Supiran and Eric Taslitz (the Super Scouts), and Caroline Smith and Jack Ging


The Super Scouts (Part 2)
Writer: Glen A. Larson
Director: Sigmund Neufeld Jr.

Several of the children get sick after drinking polluted water. Troy, Dillon, Jamie work to shut down the chemical plant responsible for the contamination. (Original Airdate: March 23, 1980)

John Quade (Sheriff Elsworth), Michael Swan (Collins), Allan Miller (Colonel Sydell), Mark Everett (Newspaper Boy), David Larson, Eric Larson, Michelle Larson, Tracy Justrich, Michael Brick, Nicholas Davies, Jeff Cotler, Ronnie Densford, Georgi Irene, Lindsay Kennedy, Jerry Supiran and Eric Taslitz (the Super Scouts)


Spaceball
Writers: Frank Lupo, Jeff Freilich, Glen A. Larson
Director: Barry Crane

The renegade Xavier returns, sabotaging Troy and Dillon's Viper and attempting to kidnap the Galactica children, whom Jamie has taken to play at a baseball camp where she's doing a story. (Original Airdate: March 30, 1980)

Paul Koslo (Billy Ayers), Bert Rosario (Hal), Jeremy Brett (Lt. Nash/Xavier #2), Allan Miller (Colonel Sydell), Fred Holliday (Mr. Brooks), David Larson, Eric Larson, Michelle Larson, Tracy Justrich, Michael Brick, Nicholas Davies, Ronnie Densford, Jeff Cotler, Georgi Irene, Lindsay Kennedy, Jerry Supiran, and Eric Taslitz (the Super Scouts)


The Night the Cylons Landed (Part1)
Writer: Glen A. Larson
Director: Sigmund Neufeld Jr.

The Cylon Empire has created a new version of the Cylons, a humanoid android. On Halloween, one of these new models, Andromus, crashlands near New York City with a regular Cylon. The two seek a radio station where they can contact the rest of the Cylon fleet, while Troy and Dillon try to stop them as well as save a child trapped in a fire. (Original Airdate: April 13, 1980)

Wolfman Jack (Himself), William Daniels (Norman), Lara Parker (Shirley), Peter Mark Richman (Colonel Briggs), Roger Davis (Andromus), Neil Zevnik (Andromidus), Marj Dusay (Mildrid), Val Bisoglio (Arnie), Bernie Hamilton (Cop), Heather Young (Star), Sheila DeWindt (Stewardess), Rene Levant (1st Officer), Jed Mills (Cabbie), Ed Griffith (2nd Officer), Timothy O'Hagan (Kanon), Rex Cutter (Centurion), Robert Lunny (Britton)


The Night the Cylons Landed (Part 2)
Writer: Glen A. Larson
Director: Barry Crane

The Cylon android attempts to take over a radio station so he can send a message to his Base Star. Troy and Dillon chase after him, hoping to stop him before the Cylon Empire finds out about Earth. (Original Airdate: April 20, 1980)

Wolfman Jack (Himself), William Daniels (Norman), Lara Parker (Shirley), Peter Mark Richman (Colonel Briggs), Roger Davis (Andromus), , Ken Lynch (Grover), John Finnegan (Oficer in trauma room), Herb Vigram (Pop), John Widlock (Chuck), Dan Ferrone (Police Sergeant), Alexander Petala (1st tough), Cosie Costa (2nd tough), Tony Miratti (3rd tough), Louis Sardo (4th tough), Paul Tuerpe (Firefighter), Chip Lucia (Emcee)


Space Croppers
Writer: Robert L. McCullough
Director: Daniel Haller

The Cylons attack Galactica again, this time destroying the Agroships. Troy and Dillon head to Earth for food, and wind up partnering with a farmer struggling to resist a local tyrant. (Original Airdate: April 27, 1980)

Dana Elcar (John Steadman), Ana Alicia (Gloria Alonzo), Anna Navarro (Louise Alonzo), Bill Cort (Tren), Bill McKinney (Barrett), Ned Romero (Hector Alonzo), Booth Colman (Rogers), Joaquin Garay III (Chris Alonzo), Andy Jarrell (Maze), Phil Levien (Lt. Dante), Dennis Haysbert (voice of the Imperious Leader), John Dancona (Lt. Foley), Gordon Haight (Deacon), Stefan Haves (Channon), Lance Mugleston (Pilot)


The Return of Starbuck
Writer: Glen A. Larson
Director: Ron Satlof

Dr. Zee reveals to Adama a dream he had about a warrior whom Adama recongizes as Lieutenant Starbuck, who was lost 14 years ago in a Cylon attack. Zee goes on to describe Starbuck's crash landing on a barren planet, where he built himself a Cylon companion from scavenged parts and befriended a pregnant woman who'd arrived there in time to give birth. (Original Airdate: May 4, 1980)

Dirk Benedict (Lt. Starbuck), Judith Chapman (Angela), Rex Cutter (Cyrus), Gary Owens (voice of Cyrus), Ellen Lurkin (Bridge officer)

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