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At the Edge of the Universe Lies a Gateway to Adventure.
|The thrilling pilot episode of television's longest running sci-fi series is now on DVD! Jack o'neil and sam carter join a formidable stargate team on a mission to abydos to defeat fierce warriors led by the vicious ta.|
"...an excellent, exciting, and incredibly involving continuation of the blockbuster film. Dan Phelps, DVD Fanatic
"...if you're a fan of sci-fi television, Stargate: SG-1 is one you'll want to have on hand. NeedCoffee.com
"A fascinating fantasy of intergalactic time travel. Newsday
"Rare is the TV show that's actually better than its feature-film inspiration, but Stargate SG-1 easily falls into that category. Scott Weinberg, DVD Clinic
Editor's NoteIn this definitive re-mastered cut of the pilot episode that marked a sci-fi television milestone, Egyptologist Daniel Jackson and United States Air Force Colonel Jack O?Neil join a formidable team in the mysterious Stargate project, beginning an adventure that spans time and space in ways previously unimaginable. Co-creator Brad Wright personally fine-tuned this pristine presentation of the premiere episode that begat 10 amazing seasons.
Stargate SG-1: Children of the Gods (Final Cut) - DVD Review
By: The Masked Movie Snobs Blogcritics.org Reviews
Published on: 7/27/2009 7:45 PM
|The original pilot episode of the long-running television show has just been re-released on DVD. But it is a new version that’s been re-cut, re-mastered, and has new special effects. Since I hadn’t seen the pilot episode for quite some time, I had to pull out my original copy from the Season 1 box set and compare it to the new version. I wasn’t sure if it was going to be a drastic difference or if it was just going to be a marketing gimmick with just a few minor changes to the original. I noticed the differences immediately in the credits. They began as they would in a feature-length film, and gone was the traditional opening credit scene against the backdrop of the Stargate....read the full review|
Cast & Crew
|Richard Dean Anderson|
|Brad Wright - Creator|
|James Tichenor, et. al., Nominee, Outstanding Special Visual Effects for a Series|
|Joel Goldsmith, Nominee, Outstanding Music Composition for a Series (Dramatic Underscore)|