Stargate SG-1: Season 5: Volume 5
Country of Origin: United States
Production year: 2002
Directors: Peter DeLuise, Martin Wood
Rating: Rating
UPC [Locale]: 027616-903082
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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Overview
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 18: The Warrior (Peter DeLuise, 2002)
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 price.

Episode 19: Menace (Martin Wood, 2002)
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 secret.

Episode 20: The Sentinal (Peter DeLuise, 2002)
O'Neill must enlist the aid of a couple of convicted felons in a bid to save the 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 (William Waring, 2002)
Exposed to a lethal dose of radiation, Jackson has just hours to live. SG-1 tries everything in its power to save him, but as the housr tick away, Jackson's spirit meets with each member individually to discuss his next mission: life after death.

Episode 22: Revelations (Martin Wood, 2002)
Still dealing with the death of one of their own, SG-1 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.
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Misc.
 • Profile Contributors
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Genres
Science-Fiction
Television
Studios
MGM Home Entertainment
Audio format
EnglishDD
CommentaryDD
Subtitles
English
French
Spanish
Discs
# Description A B DS DL A DL B
1Episodes 18-22
Extras
 • Scene Access
 • Audio Commentary
 • Featurettes
 • Closed Captioned
Crew
Direction
Peter DeLuise....Director
Martin Wood....Director
Cast
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
Tony Amendola....Master Bra'tac
Vince Crestejo....Yu The Great
Kirby Morrow....T'arac
Obi Ndefo....Rak'nor
Rick Worthy....K'tano/Imhotep
Biski Gugushe....SF Guard
Danielle Nicolet....Reese
Tracy Westerholm....SF
Frank Cassini....Grieves
Christina Cox....Kershaw
Henry Gibson....Marul
Carrie Fleming....Emissary
David Kopp....Lieutenant Grogan
Shawn Reis....Jaffa Commander
Carmen Argenziano....Jacob Carter/Selmak
Corin Nemec....Jonas Quinn
Mel Harris....Oma Desala
Anna-Louise Plowman....Osiris
Gary Jones....Technician
David Palffy....Anubis
P.J. Johal....Jaffa
Shaker Paleja....Jaffa
Martin Sims....Jaffa