For the Season K episode, see MST3K K03 - Star Force: Fugitive Alien II.
For the Season 3 episode, see MST3K 318 - Star Force: Fugitive Alien II.

Star Force: Fugitive Alien II is a 1987 feature distributed by Sandy Frank. It is the second such feature assembled from episodes of the 1978 Japanese science fiction TV series Star Wolf (see Fugitive Alien).


MST3k- Starship in Star Force Fugitive Alien II episode

Star Force

Ken, a renegade Star Wolf, has joined the crew of the starship Bacchus 3 of Space Command. They are making their way to the home world of Colonel Yurulin, whom they have rescued from prison. They plan to sabotage a weapon there that can destroy an entire planet.

They encounter a black hole, a "meteorite", and a star that is about to explode. They succeed in their mission, but the Colonel is killed when he races back to prevent the secret weapon from being destroyed.

The Bacchus 3 then travels to a fresh planet seeking yet another weapon, one that can destroy the entire universe. There, Ken sees someone who looks exactly like his mother. She is part of a trap set by Lord Halkon, the evil genius ruler of Ken’s planet Valna Star, who was last seen ordering the destruction of Earth and all its inhabitants.

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The infamous misspelling

Ken and Lord Halkon fight, both on the ground and in spaceships, and Halkon is (apparently) killed when his spaceship crashes. The Bacchus 3 takes off again, but Ken tells the rest of the crew that he is returning to Valna Star to try to make it into a better place.


  • Tatsuya Azuma as Ken
  • Miyuki Tanigawa as Tammy
  • Jô Shishido as Captain Joe
  • Chôei Takahashi as Rocky
  • Tsutomu Yukawa as Dan
  • Hiro Tateyama as Billy


  • The credits spell producer Akira Tsuburaya's first name as "Akiri".
  • The Star Wolf TV series was based on a series of novels by Edmond Hamilton.

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