STARGATE SG-1 ON DVD
BACK INTO THE WORMHOLE AND TRAVEL ACROSS THE GALAXY
WITH MGM HOME ENTERTAINMENT’S STARGATE SG-1 ON DVD.
“Stargate SG-1 is now sci-fi’s biggest hit!”
– TV Guide
Open another dimension of unexplored worlds when the
fifth season of the second longest running sci-fi series
in television history, Stargate SG-1, materializes as
a collectable five-disc DVD gift set on January 20th
from MGM Home Entertainment. Available for the suggested
retail price of $69.96, the Stargate SG-1 Season Five
DVD Gift Set contains 22 episodes and features cast
video diaries from Michael Shanks, Amanda Tapping and
Christopher Judge, an “Inside the Tomb” featurette,
a tribute to Dr. Daniel Jackson, two still photo galleries
and cast and crew audio commentaries for each episode.
In addition, the Gift Set will contain a free on-pack
DVD of the pilot episode of Showtime’s top rated sci-fi
Featuring Richard Dean Anderson – the 1999 Saturn Award
Winner for Best Actor in a
TV Sci-Fi series – and a talented cast that includes
Michael Shanks, Amanda Tapping,
Christopher Judge and Don S. Davis, Stargate SG-1 chronicles
the exploration of futuristic time travelers as they
journey to other planets instantaneously through the
ancient Stargate. Throughout their exploration the SG-1
team of soldier-explorers meet allies, forge diplomatic
ties and establish trade as they expand their understanding
of the universe.
Winning several awards including six Leo Awards, two
Cable Aces, two Saturn Awards and several Emmy nominations,
Stargate SG-1 is the only television show in production
to receive the United States Air Force Seal of Approval.
The Stargate SG-1 Season Five DVD Gift Set will be
supported by a national television, print and online
marketing campaign, including show banners on the Sci-Fi
Stargate SG-1 and a print ad in Sci-Fi Magazine. Additionally
there will be an SG-1 Bucks insert, offering 20% off
exclusive Stargate merchandise.
Stargate SG-1 Season Five DVD Gift Set includes the
following episodes and special features:
Episode 1: “Enemies”
Barely escaping a destructive Supernova, the SG-1 team
is surprised to learn that Teal’c also survived and
is now under the mind control of the maniacal Apophis.
Will the SG-1 team be able to rescue Teal’c from the
clutches of Apophis or will they perish trying?
Episode 2: “Threshold”
Teal’c may have been rescued from the evil Apophis but
his mind remains loyal to his old master. Bra’tac suggests
an ancient Jaffa ritual called M’al Sharran, a process
which could bring Teal’c back to his senses… or end
Episode 3: “Ascension”
While investigating an alien device, Carter is found
unconscious. Resting from suspected exhaustion, she
is visited by an invisible being who holds vital secrets
to the device and the catastrophe it may cause.
Episode 4: “The Fifth Man”
O’Neill stays behind on an alien world to tend to the
wounded Lt. Tyler, the latest member of SG-1. But when
the rest of the team returns to the command center,
they discover that Lt. Tyler doesn’t exist! Will this
latest case of alien mind games close SGC down for good?
features: Cast, crew, and directors’ commentaries for
each episode (including director Martin Wood, director
Peter DeLuise, actors Christopher Judge and Amanda Tapping,
visual effects producer James Ticheror and supervising
producers Joseph Mallozzi and Paul Mullie) and two still
Episode 5: “Red Sky”
SG-1 is welcomed on K’Tau by the planet’s religious
leader, who takes the reddening sky concurrent with
their arrival as a sign from their gods. What he doesn’t
know is that the reddish color is a reaction caused
by the wormhole, signaling the planet’s impending doom!
Volume Two (cont’d)
6: “Rite Of Passage”
On the eve of her birthday, Cassandra is showing signs
of “mind fire,” a powerful electromagnetic field triggered
at puberty. Now, SG-1 must find a cure to stop the
life-threatening changes before she destroys herself…
and the command center.
Episode 7: “Beast Of Burden”
Daniel’s Unas friend, Chaka, is captured by a pre-industrial
civilization that uses Unas as slaves. While attempting
to free Chaka from the cruel regime, Daniel risks the
safety of the entire SG-1 team, and possibly the life
of his friend.
Episode 8: “The Tomb”
On a rescue mission to recover the Russian soldiers
believed missing in action on a previously undisclosed
trip, SG-1 gets trapped in a Goa’uld tomb with a number
of decomposed bones… and a deadly alien monster with
an appetite for human flesh!
Special features: Audio Cast, crew, and directors commentaries
for each episode (including director of photography
Jim Menard, Wood, DeLuise, Tapping and Tichenor), an
“SG-1 Video Diary With Amanda Tapping,” and an “Inside
the Tomb” featurette.
Episode 9: “Between Two Fires”
The SG-1 team is surprised to discover that the advanced
Tollans have reversed their policy on sharing technology
and are now willing to trade advanced weaponry with
Earth. The deal seems too good to be true when SG-1
learns of the Goa’uld’s involvement.
Episode 10: “2001”
A mysterious note from the future – written by O’Neill
– is sent back to 2001, through the Stargate, warning
the SG-1 team about an unexplored planet with a sophisticated
race of people who want to trade their knowledge… for
domination of the universe.
Episode 11: “Desperate Measures”
Carter is abducted by a reclusive billionaire who wants
to perform medical experiments on her using a deadly
alien life form, in hopes of finding a cure to his own
Episode 12: “Wormhole X-treme!”
A mysterious ship is hurtling towards Earth and the
key to stopping it lies with Marty, the alien who is
producing a new sci-fi TV series called “Wormhole X-treme!”
But due to his amnesia, Marty has forgotten not only
how to stop the ship… but also that he lived through
the “Wormhole” experience himself!
Special features: Cast, crew, and directors commentaries
for each episode including director William Gereghty,
Menard, DeLuise, Tichenor and Mallozzi) and an “SG-1
Video Diary With Christopher Judge”
Episode 13: “Proving Ground”
Col. Jack O’Neill and his new SG recruits have become
the targets of a secret hostile takeover. Now it’s up
to a wounded O’Neill and his neophyte troop to save
the command center from a possible alien invasion!
Episode 14: “48 Hours”
During a near-fatal pursuit by Goa’uld gliders, Teal’c
fails to make it through the Stargate before it is destroyed.
Now SG-1 has only 48 hours to re-establish Teal’c’s
energy signature from the temporary memory of the Stargate
before it’s erased… for good!
Episode 15: “Summit”
A truce has been declared among the Goa’uld, so that
the warlords can attend a summit on the future of universe
domination. Since Jackson speaks fluent Goa’uld, he
is sent to the summit disguised as an aide. But his
real mission is to poison the delegates!
Episode 16: “Last Stand”
Embattled and under siege, SG-1 attempts to escape a
Goa’uld search and destroy mission bent on finding them
and the secret crystal they carry. Meanwhile, the balance
of life is threatened by the reappearance of Anubis
– the oldest and most evil System Lord.
Episode 17: “Fail Safe”
As an asteroid hurtles toward Earth, SG-1 uses an abandoned
Goa’uld ship as a launch pad for a mega-bomb that’s
designed to explode the rock before impact. But when
SGC loses the ship’s signal, it’s feared that the team
is dead and the Earth is in devastating peril.
Special feature: Cast, crew and directors’ commentaries
for each episode (including director Andy Mikita, director
Peter F. Woeste, director of photography Andrew P. Wilson,
Mullie, Menard, Wood, Tichenor and Mallozzi) and an
“SG-1 Video Diary With Michael Shanks.”
Episode 18: “The Warrior”
The Goa’uld Kytano, former First Prime to the late Imhotep,
is now the leader of a powerful Jaffa rebellion. SG-1
visits Kytano’s stronghold with the aim of securing
an alliance. But O’Neill and the team soon learn that
this strategic partnership may well come at a hefty
Episode 19: “Menace”
A dormant female android discovered on a barren planet
is transported back to Earth for study. On reactivation,
she exhibits a childlike innocence. But soon, SG-1 discovers
that this seemingly innocent being may hold a dangerous
Episode 20: “The Sentinel”
O’Neill must enlist the aid of a couple of convicted
felons in a bid to save a planet from the Goa’uld. With
an attack looming and the planet’s automated defense
systems seemingly offline, an entire world’s salvation
rests in the hands of SG-1 and two former NID operatives.
Episode 21: “Meridian”
Exposed to a lethal dose of radiation, Jackson has just
hours to live. The SG-1 team tries everything in its
power to save him, but as the hours tick away, Jackson’s
spirit meets with each member individually to discuss
his next mission: life after death.
Episode 22: “Revelations”
Still dealing with the death of one of their own, the
SG-1 team must put its mourning aside in order to confront
the warlord Anubis – who has captured the Asgard leader
Thor so he can extract the secrets of their ancient
technology for universe domination.
Special features: Cast, crew, and directors commentaries
for each episode (including stunt coordinator Dan Shea,
actor Gary Jones, director William Waring, Wood, DeLuise,
Tichenor, Menard, Mullie and Malozzi) and “Dr. Daniel
Jackson – A Tribute” featurette.
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