JASON OF STAR COMMAND Appreciation Page
Web page for the sequel series to Space Academy, concerning
the exploits of Jason, a soldier of fortune, and the talented
crew of experts at Star Command, located in a secret section
of the Academy. They are determined to stop the forces of the
ARK II Appreciation Page
Devoted to Filmation's first live-action foray into science-fiction
set in the post-apocalyptic future.
SHAZAM! Appreciation Page
My site for the show that spawned Isis, featuring the
live-action adventures of Captain Marvel.
ISIS Appreciation Page
Devoted to the Shazam! spinoff featuring the adventures
of Isis, descended from the Egyptian goddess.
If you have a related web site that you would like me to add
to this page, please e-mail me. If you will link to my site,
I will link to yours.
Web site need not contain Filmation content. The sites on
this link page should concern Saturday morning and/or sci-fi
shows from the 1970s, so shows like Electra Woman& Dyna
Girl, Quark, Logan's Run, etc. would be welcome here.
The official site for Lou Scheimer's new production company.
Learn about recent and upcoming projects. This site also contains
information about Lou's past work with Filmation.
Model Kit by Small Art Works
Yes, with these highly-detailed model kits, you can now build
your own replica of the Seeker or if you're lazy (like
me), you can buy a pre-built, pre-painted one! They have lots
of other great kits, too.
Action Kid Vid
Tribute to live action Saturday morning programming of the 70s,
including Shazam!, Isis, Ark II and other live action
A very comprehensive tribute covering most, if not all, of the
Unofficial Filmation Home Page
A page paying homage to a mixture of Filmation's live-action
and animated output. Also has a message board.
Animated Art Archives
Neat site where you can purchase Filmation collectibles, including
genuine animation cels, storyboards and even videos of some of
Filmation's animated works.
Doesn't exactly relate to this site (unless you count the late
'60s Storybook Squares), but many of us who grew up in
the '70s have fond memories of this celebrity panel game. Dixon
Hayes has put together an outstanding site for this classic American