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Original Series Battlestar Galactica


Original Series Battlestar Galactica

Fans of the Original Battlestar Galactica

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The better ship?

Started by LT. Tony "Aeneas" Carvell. Last reply by KD6-3.7 May 2, 2018. 11 Replies

Is the original Battlestar Galactica a better ship than the reimagined battlestar?Continue

Galactica 1980: love it or hate it ?

Started by Paul Nix. Last reply by James Bartlett Jun 20, 2017. 20 Replies

Galactica 1980 stirred mixed feelings amongst galactica fans. Whats your take on the show ?For me, as a kid i was just happy to see Galactica in some form, but knew it was not in line with the…Continue

Favorite classic BSG character

Started by Paul Nix. Last reply by James Bartlett Jun 20, 2017. 41 Replies

Who is your favorite classic BSG character ?for me it would be a toss-up between Starbuck and Apollo but I liked Boomer also.Continue

BSG Cylon Race

Started by Al "Old Hickory" Bartraw. Last reply by Yusuf "Abu Hamzah" Alamo Sep 18, 2013. 21 Replies

Some time ago, I read that the Cylons were originally designed and built by a dying reptilian race called the Cylons. As much as this race hated humans, they found the human design the most efficient…Continue

Tags: War, Ship, Base, Cylon, BSG

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Comment by David "Drake" Hunter on March 6, 2017 at 9:33am

According to the novelization - and I believe SOSW - the actual reptilian Cylons had long since died off and all that's left are the Centurions and the IL-Series (like Lucifer and Specter). Imperious Leader itself is an IL-series (IL = Imperious Leader, natch), but has a covering that makes it look like one of the original Cylons.

Comment by sandra mutter on March 5, 2017 at 11:37am

hey mark. you are correct in that the cylon progenitors were reptilian. there was a 2 part episode with commander cain in it where bojay, starbuck, apollo, Cassiopeia, and sheba went to a planet to steal their fuel. it was called "the living legend". in those episodes, the reptilian cylons are shown along with the robotic ones.

Comment by Marcia J Burns on March 3, 2017 at 5:10pm

I grew up watching the show when it came out in 1978, but since Richard's passing  I don't watch it anymore, but the memories of the original BSG will live on in my memories of that show will live on forever and those of want to know where to watch go on NBC's website access the classic shows section for the show. Long Live Battlestar Galactica.

Comment by mark brian rouland on March 3, 2017 at 3:10pm

Some of the early Classic episodes did refer to the Cylon progenitors as being 'Reptilian'..Caprica77..I still have a few of the VHS tapes and watch them!

Comment by sandra mutter on November 7, 2015 at 9:47am

starbuck always and dirk is the one and only.

Comment by Marcia J Burns on November 6, 2015 at 5:19pm

Of all the characters in the series my favorite is Captain Apollo Strike Commander of Blue Squadron played by my favorite actor Richard Hatch. So Say We All.

Comment by Tim Butcher on August 23, 2013 at 9:46pm

Does anyone know how to contact Herbert Jefferson Jr's. (Boomer's) people? I have a personal request concerning a recent meeting. I haven't been able to find a way to contact an agent or assistant or staff. Can anyone help with this?

Comment by Tom alker on August 23, 2013 at 8:11pm
Hiya im new to the fan club I enjoy both the new show and the classic show found it bery intresting tjat they managed to tie them together so well unlike so meny shows that just forget the origanal show and frack it up so say we all
Comment by Edgar Zapata on August 18, 2013 at 2:46pm

Classic fans might find this curious- the auction of Adama's uniform, original series at Profiles in History. Not sure what it went for. That uniform, and an original warriors uniform, are on page 111-112 of the "Hollywood Auctions 56" pdf at-


I'm glad too see this is somehow, still preserved.

Comment by COL Parker "Archon" Gabriel on April 30, 2013 at 4:40am

"The 1980 version of the classic edition, which I have taken to referring to as 'The Modern Legend Of The Twelve Tribes,' was disappointing by comparison to the original, which I call 'The Ancient Legend Of The Twelve Tribes.' That much I concede.
"But disappointment or not, 'The Modern Legend' IS a production that HAS to be recognized as canon. I will not accept 'Rude' Moore's re-imagining as legitimate."


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