Battlestar Galactica |
Sci-Fi, Action, Adventure
Rod Holcomb, Christian I. Nyby II, Alan J. Levi, Daniel Haller, Donald P. Bellisario, Vince Edwards, Richard A. Colla, Winrich Kolbe
Glen A. Larson, Donald P. Bellisario, Michael Sloan, Jim Carlson, Terrence McDonnell, John Ireland, Ken Pettus, Herman Groves, Frank Lupo, Paul Playdon, David G. Arthur, David G. Phinney
Glen A. Larson, Donald P. Bellisario, David J. O'Connell, David G. Phinney, Gary Winter, John Dykstra, Winrich Kolbe, Leslie Stevens, Michael Sloan
Richard Hatch - Captain Apollo (21 episodes 1978-1979), Dirk Benedict - Lieutenant Starbuck (21 episodes 1978-1979), Lorne Greene - Commander Adama (21 episodes 1978-1979), Herbert Jefferson Jr. - Lieutenant Boomer (21 episodes 1978-1979), John Colicos - Count Baltar (21 episodes 1978-1979), Maren Jensen - Lieutenant Athena (21 episodes 1978-1979), Noah Hathaway - Boxey (21 episodes 1978-1979), Laurette Spang - Cassiopeia (21 episodes 1978-1979), Tony Swartz - Flight Sergeant Jolly (21 episodes 1978-1979), Terry Carter - Colonel Tigh (21 episodes 1978-1979), David Greenan - Flight Officer Omega (18 episodes 1978-1979), Anne Lockhart - Lieutenant Sheba (12 episodes 1978-1979), Sarah Rush - Flight Corporal Rigel (10 episodes 1978-1979), Patrick Macnee - Opening Credit Announcer (13 episodes 1978-1979), Jonathan Harris - Lucifer (9 episodes 1978-1979), George Murdock - Dr. Salik (5 episodes 1978-1979), Ed Begley Jr. - Flight Sergeant Greenbean (5 episodes 1978-1979), John Dullaghan - Dr. Wilker (5 episodes 1979), Bruce Wright - Guard (5 episodes 1978-1979), Larry Manetti - Giles (5 episodes 1978), Leann Hunley - First Girl Warrior (4 episodes 1978-1979), Jack Stauffer - Lieutenant Bojay (3 episodes 1978-1979), Janet Julian - Lieutenant Brie (3 episodes 1978-1979), Lance LeGault - Maga (3 episodes 1978-1979), Jane Seymour - Serina (3 episodes 1978), Jeff MacKay - CPI Komma (3 episodes 1978-1979), Norman Stuart - Second Statesman (3 episodes 1978-1979), Paul Coufos - First Pilot (3 episodes 1978-1979), Roy Thinnes - Croft (2 episodes 1978), James Olson - Thane (2 episodes 1978), John Williams - Sire Montrose (2 episodes 1979), Christine Belford - Leda (2 episodes 1978), Rod Haase - Flight Officer Tolan (2 episodes 1978), Sheila Wills - Lieutenant Deitra (2 episodes 1978), Lloyd Bridges - Commander Cain (2 episodes 1978), Richard Lynch - Wolfe (2 episodes 1978), Robert Feero - Bora (2 episodes 1979), Denny Miller - Ser 5-9 (2 episodes 1978), Anthony De Longis - Taba (2 episodes 1979), Britt Ekland - Tenna (2 episodes 1978), Lloyd Bochner - Commandant Leiter (2 episodes 1979), Ted Hamaguchi - Helmsman (2 episodes 1978-1979), Alan Stock - Cadet Cree (2 episodes 1978), Curtis Credel - Haals (2 episodes 1978), Jennifer Joseph - Second Girl Warrior (2 episodes 1978), Frank Parker - Zed (2 episodes 1979), Patricia Stich - Zara (2 episodes 1979), Janet Prescott - Sorrell (2 episodes 1978), Olan Soule - Carmichael (2 episodes 1978-1979), Ron Kelly - Security Officer Reese (2 episodes 1979), Chip Johnson - First Warrior (2 episodes 1978-1979), Alex Hyde-White - Cadet Bow (2 episodes 1978-1979), Paul LeClair - First Guard (2 episodes 1979), Walt Davis - Vickers (2 episodes 1978), Murray Matheson - Specter (2 episodes 1978-1979), Carol Baxter - Macy (2 episodes 1978), Millicent Crisp - Girl Warrior (2 episodes 1978), John Holland - Waiter (2 episodes 1978-1979), Marneen Fields - Fighter Pilot (2 episodes 1978), Lew Ayres - President Adar (1 episode 1978), Wilfrid Hyde-White - Anton (1 episode 1978), Charles Bloom - Kyle (1 episode 1978), Katherine Cannon - Vella (1 episode 1978), Brett Somers - Siress Belloby (1 episode 1978), James Whitmore Jr. - Robber (1 episode 1978), Dennis Fimple - Duggy (1 episode 1978), Ted Gehring - Croad (1 episode 1978), Bruce Glover - Megan (1 episode 1978), Melody Anderson - Brenda Maxwell (1 episode 1979), Ina Balin - Siress Tinia (1 episode 1979), Paul Fix - Commander Kronus (1 episode 1979), Anne Jeffreys - Siress Blassie (1 episode 1979), Randolph Mantooth - Michael (1 episode 1979), Brock Peters - Chief Opposer Solon (1 episode 1979), William Bryant - Fire Leader (1 episode 1978), John Fink - Dr. Payne (1 episode 1978), Claude Earl Jones - Lacerta (1 episode 1978), Audrey Landers - Miri (1 episode 1978), Sean McClory - Assault 9 (1 episode 1978), Eric Server - Dipper (1 episode 1978), Kelly Harmon - Sarah (1 episode 1979), Nick Holt - Charka (1 episode 1979), Peter MacLean - President (1 episode 1979), W.K. Stratton - Lieutenant Barton (1 episode 1979), Arlene Martel - Adulteress 58 (1 episode 1978), Brigitte Muller - Ariadne (1 episode 1978), Red West - Marco (1 episode 1978), Ana Alicia - Aurora (1 episode 1979), Ben Frank - Chella (1 episode 1979), John Hoyt - Sire Domra (1 episode 1979), Edward Mulhare - John (1 episode 1979), Ian Abercrombie - Forger 7 (1 episode 1978), Ray Milland - Sire Uri (1 episode 1978), Barry Nelson - Bogan (1 episode 1978), Johnny Timko - Puppis (1 episode 1978), Jonathan B. Woodward - Robus (1 episode 1978), Nehemiah Persoff - Eastern Alliance Leader (1 episode 1979), Randy Stumpf - Damon (1 episode 1979), Lyman Ward - Karibdis (1 episode 1979), Junero Jennings - Launch Officer on Pegasus (1 episode 1978), Adam Mann - Nilz (1 episode 1978), Rick Springfield - Lieutenant Zac (1 episode 1978), Frank Ashmore - Flight Sergeant Ortega (1 episode 1979), Fred Astaire - Captain Dimitri (1 episode 1979), Logan Ramsey - Moore (1 episode 1979), Richard Styles - Hermes (1 episode 1979), Jay Donahue - Jason (1 episode 1978), Rance Howard - Farnes (1 episode 1978), Dan O'Herlihy - Dr. Ravashol (1 episode 1978), Randi Oakes - Blonde Taurus (1 episode 1978), James R. Parkes - Mutineer #1 (1 episode 1979), Ken Swofford - General Maxwell (1 episode 1979), Lesley Woods - Aggie Moreland (1 episode 1979), Robert Hathaway - Enforcer (1 episode 1978), Dan Barton - Crewman (1 episode 1979), Sidney Clute - Stone (1 episode 1979), Michael Horsley - Mutineer #2 (1 episode 1979), Frank Marth - Josh Moreland (1 episode 1979), Nancy DeCarl - Slayer (1 episode 1978), Mary Kay Mars - Vi (1 episode 1978), Newell Alexander - Elias (1 episode 1979), Kirk Alyn - Old Man (1 episode 1979), Curt Lowens - Krebbs (1 episode 1979), Ken Lynch - Dr. Horning (1 episode 1979), Ben Frommer - Nogow (1 episode 1978), Jordan Rhodes - Brace (1 episode 1979), Paula Victor - Old Woman (1 episode 1979), David Matthau - Operative (1 episode 1978), John de Lancie - Officer (1 episode 1979), Robert Murvin - Duty Officer (1 episode 1979), Bobby Van - Hector (1 episode 1979), Ray Bolger - Vector (1 episode 1979), Russ Marin - Alliance Member (1 episode 1979), Ted Noose - Official (1 episode 1979), Geoffrey Binney - Second Warrior (1 episode 1978), Larry Cedar - Cadet Shields (1 episode 1978), Gay Thomas Wilson - Third Girl Warrior (1 episode 1978), Mitchell Reta - Control Operator (1 episode 1979), Gary Vinson - Doyle (1 episode 1979), Milton James - Alliance Leader (1 episode 1979), Paul Tinder - Fifth Guard (1 episode 1979), Richard Milholland - Killian (1 episode 1978), Lynn Halpern - Dealer (1 episode 1979), Alex Rodine - Lanceman (1 episode 1979), Lester Fletcher - Donner (1 episode 1979), Michele Carol Larson - Charity (1 episode 1979), Gillian Greene - Melanie (1 episode 1979), Eric Larson - Todd (1 episode 1979), Kimberly Woodward - Loma (1 episode 1979), D.G. Larson - Baby Walker (1 episode 1979), Don Mantooth - Medtech (1 episode 1979), Felix Silla - Lucifer (uncredited) (10 episodes 1978-1979), Dick Durock - Imperious Leader (uncredited) (2 episodes 1978), Pattie Brooks - Tucana Singer (uncredited) (1 episode 1978), Diane Burgdorf - Ovion Queen (uncredited) (1 episode 1978), Paula Crist - Ovion (uncredited) (1 episode 1978), Rex Cutter - Red Eye (uncredited) (1 episode 1978), Sandra Lee Gimpel - Seetol (uncredited) (1 episode 1978), Myrna Matthews - Space Angel (uncredited) (1 episode 1978), Marti McCall - Space Angel (uncredited) (1 episode 1978), Reggie Nalder - Bartender (uncredited) (1 episode 1978), Cathey Paine - C.O.R.A. (uncredited) (1 episode 1978), David Tress - Sandell (uncredited) (1 episode 1978), Carolyn Willis - Space Angel (uncredited) (1 episode 1978)
The leaders of the Twelve Colonies of Mankind are making plans to sign a peace treaty with their mortal enemies, the Cylon Empire. On the eve of the ceremony, the Cylons betray the pact and destroy most of the Colonies and their entire fleet. Under the command of Commander Adama, the battlestar Galactica leads the remaining Colonial ships into space and seeks out a lost thirteenth colony, which turns out to be Earth. Along the way, the Colonials encounter various races (both friendly and hostile), the legendary human warrior Commander Cain, and the planet Kobol, the motherworld of all the Colonies. All the while, the Cylons - under the command of human traitor Count Baltar - closely pursue this fugitive fleet across the universe.
- Série 1: 1. Saga of a Star World (1978). The Twelve Colonies of Man are annihilated by the Cylons. Adama, commanding the last surviving Battlestar, takes it upon himself to lead all remaining survivors aboard 220 ships to find a new home. After the Galactica's fighter pilots successfully navigate a path through the Nova of Madagon minefield, the spoiled Sire Uri proposes to settle down on Carillon, where food and entertainment are provided by the natives. However, Adama suspects a Cylon trap.
- Série 1: 2. Lost Planet of the Gods: Part 1 (1978). Out on patrol, Apollo and Starbuck come across a great void, while Boomer and Jolly are infected with a plague that soon infects the remaining Viper pilots. Soon, Apollo and Starbuck find themselves having to train a group of female cadets, including Apollo's fiancée, Serina.
- Série 1: 3. Lost Planet of the Gods: Part 2 (1978). Adama orders the fleet to set a course into the seemingly endless void, where he expects to find the lost planet of Kobol, mother-world of the twelve tribes of man. Apollo and Serina are 'sealed' in marriage while Starbuck is being held captive on Baltar's Basestar. When Baltar learns of the search for Kobol, he follows the Colonial fleet for a face to face confrontation with Adama.
- Série 1: 4. The Lost Warrior (1978). Apollo crashes on the Wild West like planet Equellus after being pursued by four Cylon fighters. Taken in by a widow named Bella and her son Puppis, Apollo takes on crime boss La Certa and Red-Eye, a Cylon centurion turned formidable gunfighter who killed Bella's husband Martin.
- Série 1: 5. The Long Patrol (1978). Starbuck's unplanned double-date with Cassiopeia and Athena on the recently-reopened luxury liner Rising Star is interrupted when the Galactica picks up long-range transmission traffic indicting human life in a distant solar system on the other side of a vast asteroid dust field. Starbuck is recalled to duty to pilot the Starchaser, an up-powered reconnaissance viper denuded of weaponry and bearing a voice-activated computer - Computer, Oral Response Activated, known simply as CORA - that can handle the vast increase in performance in the new viper. Starbuck is enthralled by the new viper, but less enthusiastic about CORA, who bears a personality that grates on Starbucks nerves. Starbuck picks up two star-craft from hundreds of years vintage and in the process he is double-crossed and knocked unconscious by a smuggler of liquor. Starbuck later finds himself incarcerated on Proteus, a prison planetoid that is a surviving body from hundreds of such penal facilities scattered through the...
- Série 1: 6. Gun on Ice Planet Zero: Part 1 (1978). A special task force, mostly made up out of convicts, is dispatched to destroy a giant Cylon operated pulsar cannon on the planet Aracta directly in the Colonial Fleet's path. Having lost a cadet on the planet earlier, Starbuck is eager to join the expedition for once. Boxey and Muffit also join the group as stowaways.
- Série 1: 7. Gun on Ice Planet Zero: Part 2 (1978). As Apollo and the team of convicted specialists brave the snowy mountain to blow up the Ravashol Pulsar, the criminals plan their escape. Starbuck is still determined to make a detour and rescue cadet Cree, but the Theta clones object to the destruction of their creator's weapon.
- Série 1: 8. The Magnificent Warriors (1978). After the Cylon's destroy two of the fleet's Agro ships and cripple the last remaining one, Adama hopes to swap an old energizer for seed on the the planet Sectar in Quadrant Zeta. Unfortunately Siress Belloby won't give up the energizer unless the commander courts her. Down on the planet, the inhabitants of the small Agro community of Serenity are looking for a new dispensable constable to hold off the Borays who raid the town each high moon.
- Série 1: 9. The Young Lords (1978). Shot down by Cylons, Starbuck crash lands on Attila, a planet on the far edge of Omega Sector and finds himself rescued from a phalanx of Cylons by a family of children. Kyle, the young leader of these self proclaimed warriors, soon hatches a plan to trade Starbuck to Outpost commander Spectre for his captured father.
- Série 1: 10. The Living Legend: Part 1 (1978). A year has elapsed since the Galactica began the voyage of the fugitive Colonial Fleet on their quest for the mythical planet Earth, and fleet wide supplies of fuel are now critically low, to the point where the civilian fleet must shut down ship thrusters and coast through space. Patrolling well ahead of the Fleet, Captain Apollo and Lieutenant Starbuck come under fire - but after a prolonged pursuit their attackers turn out to be Colonial Vipers! These Vipers are flown by Lieutenants Sheba and Bojay, ace pilots from the battlestar Pegasus, a battlestar thought destroyed two years earlier in the Cylon empire's conquest of the allied human world Molecay. Apollo and Starbuck are flown to the Pegasus and meet its legendary commander, Cain. Eventually, the Pegasus reaches a rendezvous with the Galactica and Cain, greeted as a conquering hero for returning from the dead as well as for returning Apollo and Starbuck alive and well, informs Commander Adama about Gomoray, the capital planet ...
- Série 1: 11. The Living Legend: Part 2 (1978). A commando team consisting of Apollo, Starbuck and Boomer of the Galactica and Sheba and Bojay of the Pegasus goes down to Gamoray to destroy the anti-assault batteries. Cassiopeia insists on joining them as a med-tech. Their mission clears the way for Commander Cain to lead a suicide attack against three Cylon basestars commanded by Baltar.
- Série 1: 12. Fire in Space (1978). The Galactica again falls under Cylon attack, but this time, the Cylons have a new strategy. Instead of firing on the ship, they fly their ships into it. This kamikaze attack sets the Galactica ablaze, trapping many crew members, including Athena, Boomer, and Boxie. The initial impacts also critically injured Adama, whose life is now hanging in the balance. Can the crew put out the fire and save the Galactica, and will Adama survive to command it?
- Série 1: 13. War of the Gods: Part 1 (1979). Silver Spar Squadron is overtaken by a Ship of Lights and subsequently disappears. Investigating a red planet, Apollo, Starbuck and Sheba find a crashed starship and a lone survivor, the mysterious Count Iblis. After Sheba takes him on a tour of the Galactica and other ships in the fleet, the charismatic Count offers to perform three miracles of the Colonial's choosing if they will surrender leadership of the fleet to him.
- Série 1: 14. War of the Gods: Part 2 (1979). Count Iblis has delivered the Colonials' enemy, Baltar before the Council of Twelve. As the Colonials celebrate, Adama and Apollo come to the conclusion that the secret to Iblis' identity can only be found within the wreckage of the ship where he was first encountered.
- Série 1: 15. The Man with Nine Lives (1979). On the Rising Star, Three Borellian Nomen on a Blood Hunt are searching for a certain Captain Dimitri. Their prey, an old con artist now calling himself Chameleon, convinces Starbuck there is a chance he might be his long lost father in order to sneak past his pursuers and onto the Galactica.
- Série 1: 16. Murder on the Rising Star (1979). Starbuck is engaged in a game of triad (by Earth standards a mixture of basketball and football) and is consistently struck by hot-tempered bullying Flight Sergeant Ortega, whose low-blows to Starbuck finally result in a fight and ejection of both from the game. Starbuck nearly resumed the fight with Ortega but is stopped by Cassiopeia. Both men separate and after Ortega cleans up he is confronted - and found shot to death. Starbuck is seen rushing to the shuttle bay before Ortega's body is found - and when Starbuck's laser gun is tested it is found to be the murder weapon. Now incarcerated, Starbuck is at wit's end protesting his innocence and driven to force an escape. He boards his viper but is persuaded to stop by Apollo, and Apollo, checking on Ortega's background, learns that Ortega knew a man named Charybdis - who turns out to be the man who was Baltar's personal pilot and a co-conspirator whose sabotage of Inter-Colony Defense computer systems made possible the complete ...
- Série 1: 17. Greetings from Earth (1979). Apollo and Starbuck come across a vessel they think may have come from Earth and take it aboard the Galactica. On board are two adults and four children in a state of suspended animation. Adama disagrees with the Council of Twelve about opening the sleeping chambers, for that may mean endangering the humans within. When the adult male, Michael, wakes up, he finds it difficult to breath the air on board the Galactica. Apollo, Starbuck and Cassiopea decide to escort the Lunar Shuttle Avion to its destination, hoping to find out if the travelers home, Terra, may be related to the planet Earth.
- Série 1: 18. Baltar's Escape (1979). With all of their enemies seemingly defeated, the Council of Twelve proposes to revoke the martial law that has been in effect since the destruction of the Colonies and give Commander Adama a permanent Council envoy, Siress Tinia. Meanwhile, Baltar plans his escape from the prison barge by enlisting the help of the Borelian Nomen and Commandant Leiter's enforcers.
- Série 1: 19. Experiment in Terra (1979). The mysterious Ship of Lights reappears, hijacks Apollo and his viper in space and sends him on a quest to save the planet Terra during peace negotiations with the Eastern Alliance. One of the beings of light takes human form to guide Apollo, and makes him take on the appearance of a missing Terran named Charlie.
- Série 1: 20. Take the Celestra (1979). During a celebration honoring Commander Kronus, Starbuck recognizes an old flame of his, Aurora and breaks off a date with Cassiopeia to follow his lost love to the Celestra. On their arrival, Starbuck and Apollo find themselves in the midst of a mutiny.
- Série 1: 21. The Hand of God (1979). On a night off, Apollo takes Starbuck, Cassiopeia, and Sheba to one of the least-explored areas of the Galactica - the last of the ancient battlestar's astro-navigational domes, an area Apollo has been repairing in his spare time as relaxation and as an outlet for his passion for deep-star exploration. The dome's scanner is set for long-range communication, and to their surprise they receive a signal, an image of an ancient spacecraft similar to what the Colonies once flew. After showing the signal to Boomer and Commander Adama, they are sent on a long-range Viper patrol to a distant solar system on the transmission's line - and to their horror they discover a Cylon basestar orbiting one of the system's planets in its search for the Colonial Fleet. They escape to the Galactica undetected, and Adama considers avoiding the system, but then decides that he's tired of running and begins preparation to attack the basestar. Apollo recommends infiltrating the basestar to cripple its ...
After the destruction of the Twelve Colonies of Mankind, the last major fighter carrier leads a makeshift fugitive fleet on a desperate search for the legendary planet Earth.