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February 2007 - Part I
February 2007 - Part I
ARTICLES
RANCE HOWARD
Rance Howard GALACTICA.TV interview

Rance Howard, who appears as Farnes, the Constable killed off by the Borays on the episode "The Magnificent Warriors" of Battlestar Galactica 1978, was kind enough to answer some questions Mike Egnor had for him. He talks about his part on Battlestar Galactica and several of the other things he's done and continues to do in his long career.


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INSIGNIA & PATCHES
Insignia and Costume Devices of the Battlestar Galactica 1978 series

Jim Stevenson has done some great research again on the insignia of the original Battlestar Galactica 1978 series. He analysed the insignia, the patches, the medals, and the diversity of pins used and traced many of them back to the original military insignia or patch.


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CLAUDE EARL JONES
Claude Earl Jones GALACTICA.TV interview

Some time ago Mike Egnor caught up with Claude Earl Jones, better known as LaCerta, the finger snapping boss of Red Eye in the western episode "The Lost Warrior" of Battlestar Galactica 1978. Just after the beginning of the call, Jones said an earthquake was occuring, but even that couldn't stop us from talking to him about his career and his part on Battlestar Galactica for the first time in almost three decades.


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STORIES FROM THE 13TH COLONY
MIKE EGNOR
Growing up Galactica Growing up Galactica

Mike Egnor speaks out for the first time on how Battlestar Galactica changed his life. He talks about growing up with the series as a boy and how it influenced his career. Over 20 years later, he began to think back of the importance of the show. A chance convention with Richard Hatch led Mike to collecting Battlestar Galactica autographs, traveling to another hemisphere to meet and interview his childhood heroes, and founding such websites as BattlestarGalacticAutographs.com and GALACTICA.TV.


MARCEL DAMEN
Miracles don Miracles don't just happen, you have to create them!

Marcel Damen refound his love for Battlestar Galactica in 2003, with the release of the DVD set, the 25 Yahren Galacticon, and the premiere of the new series which was re-imagined from the original. This got him to track down the cast and crew involved in the original series and led to him to help organize a Battlestar Galactica cast reunion in The Netherlands. Ever expanding his "hobby", you can read here how he started with MAD's Battlestar Galactica Autographs & Photos and how it led to making GALACTICA.TV and several other sites.