Stargate SG-1: Season 5: Volume 3
Country of Origin: United States
Production year: 2001
Directors: William Gereghty, Peter DeLuise
Rating: Rating
UPC [Locale]: 027616-903068
Running time: 2:57 (177 Min.)
Casetype: Keep Case
Format: NTSC, Anamorphic Widescreen 1.78:1
DVD-Format: Single-Sided, Double-Layered
Released: January 20, 2004
Collection type: Owned (#0)
Status: Available
Purchase date: January 01, 1970
Purchase price: Hidden
SRP: $0,00 USD
Purchase place: Unknown
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An ancient intergalactic gateway, known as the Stargate, links planets from other solar systems to ours. The U.S. Air Force assembles a Stargate team headed by Colonel Jack O'Neill (Richard Dean Anderson, "MacGyver"), for interstellar peace keeping missions. Boasting incredible special effects sequences, rapid-fire pacing and awesome scenes of alien warfare, Stargate SG-1 is our gateway to pulse-pounding sci-fi action!

Episode 9: Between Two Fires (William Gereghty, 2001)
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. But the deal seems to good to be true when SG-1 learns of the Goa'uld's involvement.

Episode 10: 2001 (Peter DeLuise, 2001)
A mysterious note from the future - written by O'Neill - is sent back to 2001 through the Stargate, warning SG-1 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 (William Gereghty, 2001)
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 life-threatening disease.

Episode 12: Wormhole X-treme! (Peter DeLuise, 2001)
A mysterious ship is hurtling towards the 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!
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William Gereghty....Director
Peter DeLuise....Director
Richard Dean Anderson....Colonel Jack O'Neill
Michael Shanks....Dr. Daniel Jackson
Amanda Tapping....Major Samantha Carter
Christopher Judge....Teal'c
Don S. Davis....General George S. Hammond
Teryl Rothery....Dr. Janet Fraiser
Garwin Sanford....Narim
Ryan Silverman....Tollan Guard
Marie Stillin....High Chancellor Travell
Peter Wingfield....Tanith
Christopher Cousins....Ambassador Joseph Faxon
Ronny Cox....Robert Kinsey
Dion Luther....Mollem
Robert Moloney....Borren
Howard Siegel....Keel
Rob Lee....Pierce
Ted Cole....Doctor
Carrie Genzel....Diana Mendez
Andrew Johnston....Doctor
Bill Marchant....Adrian Conrad
Tom McBeath....Colonel Maybourne
Frank C. Turner....Homeless Man
John de Lancie....Colonel Frank Simmons
Robert Manitopyes....Guard
Jay Kramer....Guard
Tammy Pentecost....Assistant
Sasha Piltsin....Driver
Raoul Ganeev....Roadblock Soldier
Igor Morozov....Roadblock Soldier
Mar Andersons....Bob
Christian Bocher....Raymond Gunn/Dr. Levant
Michael DeLuise....Nick Marlowe/Colonel Danning
Willie Garson....Martin Lloyd
Kiara Hunter....Alien Princess
Jill Teed....Yolanda Reese/Stacy Monroe
Michelle Comens....Television Crew Member (uncredited)
Bruce Woloshyn....Television Crew Member (uncredited)
Peter DeLuise....Director (uncredited)
Robert Lewis....Tanner
Benjamin Ratner....Studio Executive
Don Thompson....Props Guy
Peter Flemming....Agent Malcolm Barrett
Herbert Duncanson....Douglas Anders/Grell
David Sinclair....Bill the A.D.
Laura Drummond....Security Guard
Keath Thome....Head SF
Gary Jones....Technician