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Galactica 1980 - News
Galactica 1980 - News
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GALACTICA DISCOVERS EARTH
"Galactica Discovers Earth" Deleted Scenes

These are deleted scenes from the Galactica 1980 episode "Galactica Discovers Earth" that weren't on the official DVD set, but come from the various telemovies and feature film compilations of series episodes. They're a combination of stock and new material.


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THE NIGHT THE CYLONS LANDED
"The Night the Cylons Landed" Deleted Scenes

These are deleted scenes from the Galactica 1980 episode "The Night the Cylons Landed" that weren't on the official DVD set, but come from the various telemovies and feature film compilations of series episodes. They're a combination of stock and new material.


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THE RETURN OF STARBUCK
"The Return of Starbuck" Deleted Scenes

These are deleted scenes from the Galactica 1980 episode "The Return of Starbuck" that weren't on the official DVD set, but come from the various telemovies and feature film compilations of series episodes. They're a combination of stock and new material.


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DAVID STIPES
David Stipes GALACTICA.TV interview David Stipes GALACTICA.TV interview

David Stipes is a two time Emmy Award winner with over 30 years of experience in the film industry in various aspects of visual effects and animation. David created visual effects on Battlestar Galactica, Galactica 1980 and Buck Rogers at Universal Hartland. He also worked as a Visual Effects Supervisor on four Star Trek series: The Next Generation, Voyager, Deep Space Nine, and Enterprise. Marcel Damen talked to him extensively about his career and what he's currently up to.


MARK EVERETT
Mark Everett Killed by Police Mark Everett Killed by Police

Child actor Mark Everett, better know to Galactica 1980 fans as one of the Galactica children that crash land on Earth, was shot by the police on December 23, 2008. Mark Everett, who's real name was Manuel Benitez, was wanted by the FBI in connection with the 2004 murder of his girlfriend. In an attempt to end a hostage situation where he held his own son Benjamin at gunpoint, Benitez was killed by the police.