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February 2007 - Part II
February 2007 - Part II
ARTICLES
ANNE LOCKHART
Anne Lockhart GALACTICA.TV interview

On September 23, 2005 Mike Egnor and Marcel Damen spoke to Anne Lockhart, better known as Lt. Sheba on Battlestar Galactica 1978 on the day before the Screenheroes convention held in Utrecht, The Netherlands. We talked to her about her part on the series, how she got involved and what she is doing nowadays.


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DENNY MILLER
Denny Miller GALACTICA.TV interview

Some time ago Marcel Damen caught up with Denny Miller, who played Ser 5-9 in the Battlestar Galactica 1978 double episode "The Gun on Ice Planet Zero". He talked to him about his extensive career as an actor, his part on the Battlestar Galactica 1978 series, the writing of his books and what keeps him busy nowadays.


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ANNE JEFFREYS
Anne Jeffreys GALACTICA.TV interview

Some time ago Mike Egnor caught up with Anne Jeffreys, who played the charming Siress Blassie in the episode "The Man with Nine Lives" in the Battlestar Galactica 1978 series. She was kind enough to quickly answer some questions about her part on the series and also about her starring next to Fred Astaire.


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STORIES FROM THE 13TH COLONY
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Here you'll find some amazing stories from Battlestar Galactica fans from around the globe. Did you build a 10 foot battlestar, your own Cylon costume, or create a Battlestar Galactica website?  Or are you just an avid fan who can't stop talking about their favorite series...? Let us know! Use the contact form and send us your story.


CHUCK NORRIS
Surviving Battle Scars Surviving Battle Scars

Chuck Norris talks about how things happening in his own life relate to some storylines on Battlestar Galactica. Somewhat a late bloomer to Battlestar Galactica he missed out on the first run and only discovered it when he was 13. Though he didn't go romping about in the yard pretending he was a Colonial Warrior, he did play his own version of Vipers ‘n Cylons over the years.