Stargate SG-1 - Children of the Gods

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Overview

In the conclusion of Stargate SG-1's opening episode, Jack O'Neill Richard Dean Anderson and his SG-1 team have located scientist Daniel Jackson Michael Shanks, discoverer of the ancient Stargate technology enabling Earth to contact other solar systems. Jackson, who has proof that other Stargates exist throughout the galaxy, has for the last year been living on the planet Abydos with his alien wife, Sha're Vaitare Bandera, and her brother, Skaara Alexis Cruz. Sha're is kidnapped by the evil Egyptian god Apophis ...
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Overview

In the conclusion of Stargate SG-1's opening episode, Jack O'Neill Richard Dean Anderson and his SG-1 team have located scientist Daniel Jackson Michael Shanks, discoverer of the ancient Stargate technology enabling Earth to contact other solar systems. Jackson, who has proof that other Stargates exist throughout the galaxy, has for the last year been living on the planet Abydos with his alien wife, Sha're Vaitare Bandera, and her brother, Skaara Alexis Cruz. Sha're is kidnapped by the evil Egyptian god Apophis Peter Williams, who hopes to use the Stargates to take over the universe with the help of the Goa'ulds, parasitic snake creatures who need humans as host bodies. Newly relocated to the planet Chulak, Apophis rules the populace with Sha're her body taken over by Goa'ulds as his queen. Though they cannot rescue Sha're, the SG-1 team hope to save themselves and Skaara, so that they can continue thwarting Apophis throughout the universe. In this pursuit, they find an unexpected ally in the form of Teal'c Christopher Judge, a Jaffa soldier in Apophis' army who carries a larval Goa'uld in his own belly. Originally telecast as a two-hour episode, "Children of the Gods" has since been divided into two hour-long installments for syndication.
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Special Features

Closed Caption; New edit with never-viewed scenes; New and enhanced visual effects; Revoiced performances by Christopher Judge; Original score by Joel Goldsmith; Commentary by co-creator Brad Wright and actor Richard Dean Anderson
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 7/21/2009
  • UPC: 883904142775
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  • Source: Fox Searchlight
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Remastered / Pan & Scan
  • Sound: Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound
  • Language: Fran├žais
  • Time: 1:32:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 7,835

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Stargate SG-1: Children of the Gods
1. Main Titles / The Capture [4:50]
2. Orders From General Hammond [2:34]
3. "Anyone You Know?" [2:20]
4. Warlike General [4:10]
5. Message From Daniel [5:32]
6. Captain "Sam" Carter [3:26]
7. Pushing Through Space [1:07]
8. "Welcome Back!" [6:27]
9. A Map of Stargates [5:49]
10. Alien Attack [3:06]
11. Farewell For One Year [3:28]
12. An Unwelcome Return [4:46]
13. Heart-To-Heart Talk [2:23]
14. A Team Effort [2:27]
15. Cold Entry [2:12]
16. The Vessel [:53]
17. Foreign Guides [4:06]
18. "Behold Your Queen!" [2:57]
19. Prisoners [2:55]
20. Be Chosen or Die [4:20]
21. Escape / Lost Boys [4:23]
22. Saving the Refugees [8:56]
23. Home... With Visitors [3:52]
24. End Titles [2:45]
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Don't bother if it's an upgrade

    The added material probably fills out the story a little, but if you've already got the version that was shown on cable, don't bother with this one. (I never saw the broadcast version; this might be a bigger upgrade.) As reported elsewhere, our moral fiber is protected by deleting the nudity, but the violence is intact.

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    Posted November 22, 2009

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