You are watching the episode Battlestar Galactica Season 1 Episode 1 In the wake of the Cylon sneak attack, the ragtag fleet of human survivors is forced to play a deadly game of cat-and-mouse with their pursuers. In addition scenes that were cut for time were reinserted to take the place of redundant bits in a two-part play. Larson March 18, 1979 1979-03-18 50928 The mysterious bright lights return again, transporting the bewildered Apollo to the planet Terra to avert war with the Eastern Alliance. The Cylons offer peace to the humans, which proves to be a ruse. Ser Five Nine: Denny Miller. Larson, Donald Bellisario October 1, 1978 1978-10-01 50205 Before Adama can discover Earth's location from the inscribed hieroglyphs, a Cylon attack destroys the sacred city on Kobol—and claims the life of Serina. Season 1, Episode 2 September 17, 1978 Season 1, Episode 2 September 17, 1978 After a 12-colony space mission is sabotaged and the home planets destroyed, the interplanetary refugees unite to find a place to settle.
This forces Apollo to leave him behind, so that the fleet can be warned. But it's a deception: Baltar has betrayed humanity for personal gain, and the Cylons have no intention of making peace. Later episodes of the regular Battlestar Galactica series were also re-edited and. Season 1, Episode 16 January 21, 1979 Season 1, Episode 16 January 21, 1979 Adama is suspicious of the alien who claims he can lead the fleet to Earth. However, the Koch set does contain the original theatrical trailers for all three films including the versions, along with other extras and fan convention material exclusive to that release. The patrol discovers a vast Cylon armada waiting in ambush behind a moon named Cimtar, but the Cylons jam their communications. These attacks devastate the Colonial Fleet, lay waste to the Colonies, and virtually destroy their populations.
The fact that Carillon has more than enough food and fuel for the fleet's needs makes Adama wary. It was also released theatrically, in 1981, in Europe and Australia. One season shows were not widely syndicated in those days, so the first syndicated release of Battlestar Galactica was as a series of twelve, 2 hour telefilms also releasing them theatrically overseas. The natives of Carillon, the insectoid Ovions, have set up the gambling resort to lure humans to them to serve as living food for their hatching larvae in their underground chambers. Twelve colonies of humans, living on different worlds, have been fighting a 1,000 year war against the race of , who seek to exterminate all of humanity. However, despite their victory, the humans realize their enemies will still be pursuing them, and they set out to Earth, their last hope for survival. He orders the Galactica to withdraw and protect the planet Caprica, Adama's homeworld, but they are too late, as the Cylon fleet has launched simultaneous massive assaults on all the Colonies at the very same time the attack on the battlestars has commenced.
Every 33 minutes, they make a jump to a new location. These releases present the theatrical version in 1. Larson March 23, 1980 1980-03-23 The Galactican children attempt to fit in on Earth, and uncover an illegal toxic-waste dumping conspiracy. It was issued again in February 2011, by featuring the complete score as recorded for the film by the Los Angeles Philharmonic. Below is a list of the twelve telefilms.
Larson April 20, 1980 1980-04-20 Troy and Dillon attempt to kill the Cylons on Earth before they can contact their empire. During a subsequent fight with Cylon Centurions, the laser fire from both parties sets the tylium mines on fire, threatening to destroy the planet once the fire rages fully out of control. In a distant part of the universe, a human civilization has extended to a group of planets known as the Twelve Colonies, to which they have migrated from their ancestral homeworld of Kobol. It is also apparently the largest tylium fighter fuel mining facility in that part of the galaxy, as well as a popular gamblers' den, but nobody has ever heard of the place. This was further compounded as the glue became brittle with age. The television version was first broadcast in the United States on September 17, 1978. Larson January 21, 1979 1979-01-21 50922 Always shunning the mysterious bright lights, Iblis uses his charm and his supernatural powers to wrest control of the fleet from Adama, but the wiley Commander knows Iblis' key is on the red planet, where Apollo and Starbuck go only to face tragedy and find the answer to the mysterious lights.
Their ship is eventually escorted by Apollo, Starbuck, and Cassiopeia to the planet Paradeen which is embroiled in a bitter war with the Eastern Alliance. Season 1, Episode 4 September 24, 1978 Season 1, Episode 4 September 24, 1978 A disease infects the fighter pilots, making the convoy virtually defenseless. Xavier escapes, and the others return to 1980, where all three Vipers are discovered by the military. Scattered survivors flee into outer space aboard a ragtag array of available spaceships. Two of its five crew survive—a Centurion, and a new, advanced humanoid Cylon—and are loose on Earth during.
Led by Adama's spiritual interpretations, the fleet enters a vast magnetic void, emerging at the planet , the legendary world from which humanity originated. With the aid of a human named Baltar, the Cylons carry out a massive attack on the Twelve Colonies and on the Colonial Fleet of starships that protect them. Her rebellion, undertaken for a noble cause, is soon overshadowed by a sinister mutiny by Charka, the Celestra's power-hungry second-in-command. Larson February 3, 1980 1980-02-03 Commander Xavier steals an experimental Viper capable of time travel and goes back to the 1940s in an attempt to speed up Earth's technological development by giving Colonial technology to the. Apollo leads a band of warriors and misfits in an attempt to knock out the Cylons' deadly laser cannon. A re-imagined version of Battlestar Galactica aired as a two-part, three-hour miniseries.
Season 1, Episode 8 October 22, 1978 Season 1, Episode 8 October 22, 1978 The Galactica's only escape from enemy fighters is through a space corridor guarded by a Cylon laser cannon. Larson May 4, 1980 1980-05-04 Told in a series of flashbacks, this episode explains the fate of Lieutenant Starbuck, who crash-landed on a planet with a Cylon Centurion, whom he befriends believing the Centurion to be the only other inhabitant—an assumption that proves false when the Centurion discovers a woman who is on the verge of giving birth to a child and who proves to be a renegade member of the same race as the and. One surviving Battlestar, the Galactica, under the command of Commander Adama, gathers the remaining humans and leads them in the search for the legendary 13th colony called Earth. In the process, Starbuck's girlfriend Cassiopeia learns that Chameleon's con may not actually be a con after all. The Cylon Imperious Leader, determined that no human at all shall survive, orders Baltar's execution after his usefulness is over, but as retro-actively revealed in the television series version of the film he is spared at the last moment in order to help the Cylons hunt down the human fleet.
Larson, September 24, 1978 1978-09-24 50204 With many warriors suffering from an unknown ailment, the Galactica recruits new Viper pilots—mostly young women, including Apollo's new bride, Serina. Baltar manipulates President Adar into prohibiting the launch of fighters as the Cylons close in on the fleet. This is the last episode set on Earth and the final appearance of most of the cast. Larson April 13, 1980 1980-04-13 A new advanced Cylon Raider is shot down over Earth. Season 1, Episode 21 March 11, 1979 Season 1, Episode 21 March 11, 1979 Baltar plots an escape to liberate himself and the captive belligerents from Terra. It is called , but the location of this lost colony is known only to the last lord of , the planet which was the original home of Man, but which was abandoned thousands of years earlier, when the Thirteen Tribes migrated to the stars.