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Voiced by Andre Stojka
Leader Rainbow Brite
 • Peril in the Pits
 • The Mighty Monstromurk Menace (Part 1)
 • The Mighty Monstromurk Menace (Part 2)
 • The Beginning of Rainbow Land (Part 1)
 • The Beginning of Rainbow Land (Part 2)
 • Invasion of Rainbow Land
 • Mom
 • Rainbow Night
 • Star Sprinkled
 • Chasing Rainbows
 • Murkys Comet
 • A Horse of a Different Color
 • Queen of the Sprites
Feature Film
 • Rainbow Brite and the Star Stealer


Starlite (Original)

He is a wonderful flying horse, always at hand to guard Rainbow whenever danger threatens, and he is always ready to offer advice on everything! But sadly, brave though this magnificent horse is, he does have one fault. He is vain and has a very good opinion of himself! This sometimes makes it all to easy for the two villains of Rainbow Land, Murky Dismal and Lurky, to capture him. When this happens, Starlite usually finds that Rainbow Brite and the Color Kids have to rescue him!

Starlite's Name in Other Languages
Language Country Flag Name
French (France)
French (Canadian)
Spanish (Spain)
Spanish (Mexico)
Caballo Star
Stella Bianca

Starlite's Story: A Lesson in Friendship

Starlite's Doll Booklet

Starlite horse was so excited! Today was going to be special! Rainbow Brite was working hard in another part ot Rainbow Land. She’d been gone for several days and now he was going to see her.

"I can hardly wait to see Rainbow Brite," Starlite told the Color Kids, "but I’d like to look especially handsome. Will you help me?"

"We’d love to!" they exclaimed. Everyone went right to work. Red Butler and Twink sprite brushed Starlite’s coat until it shined. The sprites gathered Star Sprinkles and Canary Yellow and Patty O’Green weaved them into Starlite’s mane and tail. When they were finished, the sprites brought Starlite a mirror.

"0h! I look wonderful!" Starlite whinnied, prancing about in a circle. "Thank you! Thank you!"

Murky Dismal watched Starlite from the shadows. "So! You’re off to see Rainbow Brite and you want to look perfect!" he mumbled. "We'll see about that!"

Starlite galloped down the Rainbow Trail and came dashing over the hill. He was going very fast! He saw Murky Dismal and the mudpuddle, too! Starlite tried to stop but it was too late! Kersplash! He fell head over heels in the gooey, brown mud.

Murky Dismal roared with laughter. "Look at you! You’re a real mess, Starlite! Rainbow Brite will never love you now!"

Starlite was heartbroken. "I can’t see Rainbow Brite looking like this! Murky Dismal, how could you do this to me?"

Murky Dismal just laughed. Slowly, poor Starlite plodded away. There was nothing to do but go home.

When the Color Kids saw Starlite, they came running. "What happened?" asked Canary Yellow. "Are you all right?"

"No, I’m not all right," Starlite huffed. "Look at me! That awful Murky Dismal just ruined my whole day!"

The Color Kids hosed Starlite off and tried to cheer him up.

"Why don’t you go see Rainbow Brite anyway?" said Red Butler. "I’m sure.she’ll be glad to see you."

"No she won’t! I’m not special anymore!" And with that, he flew away to hide in Rainbow Forest.

Rainbow Brite surprised everyone and came home the very next day. They all ran to greet her — all but Starlite. "Where is Starlite'?" asked Rainbow Brite, concerned. Patty O’Green told her their friend’s sad story. "He’s hiding in Rainbow Forest and won’t come out!" she finished.

Rainbow Brite went to the forest and called, "Starlite, I‘m home. Please come out. I want to talk with you."

"But I look so awful!" he whimpered, as he slowly appeared from behind the trees.

"Oh, Starlite!" Rainbow Brite murmured, as she ran up to him to give him a big hug. "What you look like doesn’t matter. I’ll always love you anyway... for the beauty in your heart."

~ Starlite's Doll Booklet 1984


By Jingo

By Jingo, July 4, 2002

The character of Starlite was modeled after a real horse.

“I modeled Starlite after my son's horse, an Arabian gelding named By Jingo, and many of By Jingo's qualities are now a part of Starlite's character.”

~ Rich Rudish (1985)

By Jingo was adopted by Annette Turnbaugh's family where he lived happily until his passing on November 3rd 2002 at the age of 34.[1]

Starlite's Mane Color?

In the animated show the color pattern for Starlite's mane is one direction, red in front and blue at the base of his neck. (Pattern: red, orange, yellow, green, blue. Indigo and violet are left out.)

Starlite's mane TV (left) and in the Movie (right)

In the Movie, and in books, the color pattern changes to blue in the front and red in the back. (Pattern: blue, green, yellow, orange, red. Indigo and violet are left out.)

There is no real reason for these two changes. It's not a mistake, due to the fact that it is a consistent change and not something that happened just once.

Starlite (25th Anniversary)

25th Anniversary
Voiced by Allan Rosson
Leader Rainbow Brite

Starlite is Rainbow Brite's constant companion. He's also, without a doubt, the most magnificent horse in the universe ... and if you don't believe it, just ask him yourself! Of course, he didn't get to be the most magnificent horse in the universe just by answering silly questions. He's got more talents than you can shake a rainbow at ... and luckily for Rainbow Land, one of those just happens to be saving the day!

~ from RainbowBrite.Com


Voiced by Mark Hanson
 • Cloudy with a chance of Gloom
 • The Ring's the Thing
 • Operation Sparkle Color Explosion

Rainbow Brite’s talking stallion, mentor, and primary mode of transportation. But save the Mr. Ed comparisons – Starlite is not your average horse. With a mane of many colors and a vocabulary that surpasses the stodgiest of English professors, Starlite is the most magnificent creature in all of Rainbow Land, and never misses an opportunity to remind you of that.

~ from RainbowBrite.Com (2015)[1]


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