Voltron: The Third Dimension

The Trial of Voltron

Season 1, Ep 14, Aired 5/1/99
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  • Episode Description
  • The Voltron Force are accused of rebellion against the Alliance. Coran defends them in the trial, while Amalgamous prosecutes. Now with time running out it looks like the Voltron team will have to take matters into their own hands and prove their innocence.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Billy West

    voice of Pidge

  • Clancy Brown

    voice of Queequeg

  • Tim Curry

    voice of Lotor

  • Tress MacNeille

    voice of Lafitte

  • Kevin Michael Richardson

    voice of Hunk / Zarkon

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Notes (1)

    • This episode was one of two "clip shows" done by the series to reuse footage and save on production costs.

    Trivia (3)

    • The reporter, Ueep Ueep Cheromoya, appears to belong to the same race as space pirates Queequeg and Lafitte.

    • The Azure Quadrant fully supports Voltron and the Voltron Force. The Cerulean Quadrant is described as fearing Lotor's raids. The Crimson Quadrant is considered even more terrifying as it is the home of Zarkon's Doom Empire. The political state of the Coral Quadrant is not stated, but they vote slightly over half in favor of the Voltron Force.

    • During the Trial, when Judge Armisitce speaks, he identifies many of the planets in the Azure Quadrant of the Denubian Galaxy where Arus is located (the other three being Coral, Crimson, and Cerulean). The fact some planets were located in the Azure quadrant was clearly defined in the original series episodes, such as Arus, Pollux, and Zaul. Planet Amphrose was introduced in this series as belonging in the Azure Quadrant. But the other planets named in the trial -- such as Lyra -- were placed in the Azure Quadrant by the research and work of Shannon Muir, a fan who became a consultant to World Events Productions when her work was adopted as the model of the Denubian Galaxy Starmap.

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