Stargate SG-1: Season 5: Volume 4
Country of Origin: United States
Production year: 2002
Directors: Andy Mikita, Martin Wood
Rating: Rating
UPC [Locale]: 027616-903075
Running time: 3:40 (220 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 13: Proving Ground (Andy Mikita, 2002)
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 (Peter F. Woeste, 2002)
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 (Martin Wood, 2002)
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 (Martin Wood, 2002)
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 (Andy Mikita, 2002)
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 Earth is in devastating peril.
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Andy Mikita....Director
Martin Wood....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
David Kopp....Lieutenant Grogan
Mike Kopsa....General Kerrigan
Grace Park....Lt. Satterfield
Elisabeth Rosen....Lt. Jennifer Hailey
Courtney Stevens....Lieutenant Elliot
Gary Chalk....Russian Colonel
Colin Cunningham....Major Paul Davis
David Hewlett....Dr. Rodney McKay
Tom McBeath....Colonel Maybourne
John de Lancie....Colonel Frank Simmons
Jeff Seymour....Mr. Black
Ken Phelan....Food Server
Bill Marchant....Goa'uld
Tracy Westerholm....SF
Martin Blatz....NID Guard
Dan Shea....Sgt. Siler
Carmen Argenziano....Jacob Carter/Selmak
Anna-Louise Plowman....Osiris/Sarah
Kwesi Ameyaw....Olokun
Vince Crestejo....Yu The Great
Kevin Durand....Zipacna
Andrew Kavadas....Zipacna's Jaffa
Sue Mathew....Kali
Anthony Ulc....Mansfield
William DeVry....Aldwin
Jennifer Calvert....Ren Al
Michael Teigen....Telescope Guy
Gary Jones....Technician