History Film / FugitiveAlien

5th Apr '17 8:31:44 PM rwe1138
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* NotableOriginalMusic: Some of it, like the (series theme vocal, is actually [[{{Earworm}} Earwormishly]] catchy.

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* NotableOriginalMusic: Some of it, like the (series series theme vocal, is actually [[{{Earworm}} Earwormishly]] catchy.
11th Feb '17 12:00:56 AM Omeganian
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The original Japanese serial was based on the ''Starwolf'' trilogy novels by Edmond Hamilton, who also authored most of the ''CaptainFuture'' stories; Hamilton cooperated with the production of both the series and an anime version of ''Captain Future''.

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The original Japanese serial was based on the ''Starwolf'' trilogy novels by Edmond Hamilton, Creator/EdmondHamilton, who also authored most of the ''CaptainFuture'' stories; Hamilton cooperated with the production of both the series and an anime version of ''Captain Future''.
21st Oct '16 3:29:29 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* IHaveManyNames: The Star Wolves. Also their planet: is it Valna, Valnastar or Valna's Star? (In the original novels its name was "Varna," but the translators were either unaware the show was based on a pulp series in ''English'', or [[TheyJustDidntCare didn't care]].)

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* IHaveManyNames: The Star Wolves. Also their planet: is it Valna, Valnastar or Valna's Star? (In the original novels its name was "Varna," but the translators were either unaware the show was based on a pulp series in ''English'', or [[TheyJustDidntCare didn't care]].care.)
3rd Sep '16 11:09:03 AM thatother1dude
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Meanwhile on Valna(star), Rita, the sister of Ken's dead friend -- and also Ken's girlfriend, is ordered by Valnastar ruler Lord Halkon to avenge her brother's death by finding and killing Ken. The Bacchus 3 visits the planet Kararan, populated by [[FakeNationality Japanese people pretending to be Arabs]], on a diplomatic mission. Ken disobeys orders, leaves the ship, and gets himself thrown in prison. Via two-way radio, Captain Joe orders Ken to find a Colonel from the planet Caesar in the same prison and break him out. After accomplishing this mission, Ken abruptly runs into Rita. But Rita still loves Ken, so she can't bring herself to kill him. Rita is then killed when she and Ken are attacked by Kararan guards. She blames Ken with her last breath. Ken and the Caesarean Colonel make it back to the Bacchus 3. The story ends here until the sequel, ''Star Force: Fugitive Alien 2''.

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Meanwhile on Valna(star), Rita, the sister of Ken's dead friend -- and also Ken's girlfriend, is ordered by Valnastar ruler Lord Halkon to avenge her brother's death by finding and killing Ken. The Bacchus 3 visits the planet Kararan, populated by [[FakeNationality [[{{Brownface}} Japanese people pretending to be Arabs]], on a diplomatic mission. Ken disobeys orders, leaves the ship, and gets himself thrown in prison. Via two-way radio, Captain Joe orders Ken to find a Colonel from the planet Caesar in the same prison and break him out. After accomplishing this mission, Ken abruptly runs into Rita. But Rita still loves Ken, so she can't bring herself to kill him. Rita is then killed when she and Ken are attacked by Kararan guards. She blames Ken with her last breath. Ken and the Caesarean Colonel make it back to the Bacchus 3. The story ends here until the sequel, ''Star Force: Fugitive Alien 2''.
20th Aug '16 8:32:37 PM WildeOscar
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* ArtisticLicenseAstronomy: It's implied that stars in the same constellation are actually close to each other instead of just looking that way from a specific point in space, as if space were two-dimensional.
18th May '16 1:09:32 PM Doug86
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* TheAlcoholic: Captain Joe, a running gag on ''MysteryScienceTheater3000''.

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* TheAlcoholic: Captain Joe, a running gag on ''MysteryScienceTheater3000''.''Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000''.
14th Nov '15 12:09:48 PM youfeelingluckypunk27
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* TheAlcoholic: Captain Joe, a running gag on ''MysteryScienceTheater3000''.
5th Nov '15 12:14:44 AM youfeelingluckypunk27
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In this sci-fi flick edited down from the 1978 Japanese TV series ''Star Wolf'', our hero, Ken, is a, well, Star Wolf: part of a [[ProudWarriorRaceGuy Proud Warrior Race]] of SuperSoldier {{Space Pirate}}s from the planet Valnastar (or "Valna" for short), who [[VideoGame/StarFox can't let you do that]]. During a Valna raid on the planet Earth, Ken suddenly hesitates to shoot a child he finds in the street when the child's mother runs to "Ken" -- triggering a flashback to Starwolf Ken's ParentalAbandonment issues. When his best friend, a fellow soldier ([[RunningGag possibly also named Ken -- the dub isn't clear]]) tries to shoot both of them, Ken [[GunStruggle attempts to stop him, and the gun goes off]]. Ken is immediately marked as a traitor to the Valna, and barely escapes pursuit by his former comrades by faking his own death in TheAsteroidThicket. He's rescued by the passing Earth starship the "Bacchus 3". Alcoholic Captain Joe discovers evidence that Ken is a Star Wolf Raider, but hides it from the rest of the crew, who still don't quite buy his flimsy cover story. After singlehandedly saving the Bacchus and its crew from a Star Wolf attack, Ken is brought back to Earth under "protective custody". He escapes.

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In this sci-fi flick edited down from the 1978 Japanese TV series ''Star Wolf'', our hero, Ken, Ken Shinsei, is a, well, Star Wolf: part of a [[ProudWarriorRaceGuy Proud Warrior Race]] of SuperSoldier {{Space Pirate}}s from the planet Valnastar (or "Valna" for short), who [[VideoGame/StarFox can't let you do that]]. During a Valna raid on the planet Earth, Ken suddenly hesitates to shoot a child he finds in the street when the child's mother runs to "Ken" -- triggering a flashback to Starwolf Ken's ParentalAbandonment issues. When his best friend, a fellow soldier ([[RunningGag possibly also named Ken -- the dub isn't clear]]) tries to shoot both of them, Ken [[GunStruggle attempts to stop him, and the gun goes off]]. Ken is immediately marked as a traitor to the Valna, and barely escapes pursuit by his former comrades by faking his own death in TheAsteroidThicket. He's rescued by the passing Earth starship the "Bacchus 3". Alcoholic Captain Joe discovers evidence that Ken is a Star Wolf Raider, but hides it from the rest of the crew, who still don't quite buy his flimsy cover story. After singlehandedly saving the Bacchus and its crew from a Star Wolf attack, Ken is brought back to Earth under "protective custody". He escapes.



* TheChick: Tammy

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* TheChick: TammyTammy/Hime.
5th Nov '15 12:13:36 AM youfeelingluckypunk27
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* ForkliftFu: An infamous action scene scored with an instrumental of the shows’ theme song.

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* ForkliftFu: An infamous action scene afterwards scored with an instrumental of the shows’ show's theme song.



* TheLancer: Rocky

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* TheLancer: RockyRocky/Ryu.
4th Nov '15 1:40:44 PM youfeelingluckypunk27
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* DubNameChange: Hime to Tammy, and Ryu to Rocky.
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