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"Star Dust"
The Masters, Episode 46
Dana hair in the wind stardust
Air date 6 May, 1985
Written by Steve Kramer
Directed by Robert V. Barron
Adaptations
Comic adaptation(s) Robotech Masters 9: Stardust
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"Star Dust" is the 46th episode of Robotech and 10th episode of the Masters Saga.

Summary

High Command begins covering up the abduction of civilians by the Robotech Masters. Depressed, Dana seeks love at a nearby bar, but is instead pulled into a secret mission.

Synopsis

Alien troops capture more than 200 civilian hostages. Leonard has them listed as casualties of war despite the protests of Rolf Emerson.

At Command Central, Dana Sterling tries to stop Leonard from killing a captured alien pilot. Although she knows her actions place her career in extreme jeopardy, she cannot stop herself from protesting, an action she instinctively feels is wrong. Dana can't believe the enemy troops are unthinking androids. Her continued attraction to the red bioroid pilot makes this theory particularly upsetting.

Dana is reduced to seeking solace at a bar. Bowie Grant accompanies his commander. Sterling meets an interesting entertainer, George Sullivan. Hoping she's found the answer to her romantic dilemma, Dana slips backstage for further conversation only to discover that the man is an agent for the Global Military Police. He convinces her to help him and she agrees. However, the mission goes awry and Sullivan is killed.

Memorable quotes

  • Robotech Master: "Of course."

References

Characters

Vessels and vehicles

Other

  • A Probe is used to scan the minds of the captured humans.
  • A Neuro-sensor is placed in Zor Prime's mind, so that when he is used as a spy the Masters can always see from his point of view and can take control of him whenever needed.
  • The music café that Dana and Bowie go to (which is suggested to be the same one which Bowie always goes to) is called Piano & Bar.
  • Attack Wing Seven is launched to intercept the approaching enemy flagship.

Background information

"Star Dust" is based off of the original Japanese episode of Super Dimension Cavalry Southern Cross, entitled "Sutā Dasuto" (Meaning "Star Dust" in English), that was aired 17 June, 1984 in Japan.

Cast

External links


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