List of VHS tapes

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This is a listing of tapes released in the VHS format, which has since been mostly deprecated by the DVD and subsequent next generation technologies.


Box art Title Release Date Series
Mission Galactica: The Cylon Attack 01 March 1992 TOS
Direct-to-VHS movie comprising of content primarily from "Fire in Space" and both parts of the "The Living Legend", in addition to footage from the premiere, "Saga of a Star World". Basically another retelling of the story of "The Living Legend".
Conquest of the Earth 1988 TOS and 1980
Direct-to-VHS movie comprising of content primarily from Galactica 1980 episodes "Galactica Discovers Earth" and "The Night the Cylons Landed", in addition to footage from the Original Series.


Box art Title Release Date Series
File:VHSSagaOfAStarWorld.jpg Battlestar Galactica - The Movie
aka Saga of a Star World
1985 (first release)
01 March 1992 (second release)
The Human-Cylon peace accords are a ruse by the genocidal Cylons, determined to exterminate all humanity. Only battlestar Galactica and a ragtag fleet survive, journeying across the galaxy in search of a long-lost sister civilization, Earth. Lured to the planet Carillon for fuel and relaxation, the Fleet barely survives a trap by the Ovions, an underground, insectoid species in league with the Cylons. This movie marks the first Battlestar Galactica material to ever be released for home viewing. Before it's first release on VHS in 1985, it was released on Laserdisc in 1980.
Lost Planet of the Gods 27 May 1997 TOS
With many warriors suffering from an unknown ailment, Galactica recruits new Viper pilots — mostly young women, including Apollo's new bride, Serina. Includes both "The Lost Planet of the Gods, Parts I & II".
The Lost Warrior 01 March, 1992 TOS
After engaging a group of Cylon Raiders, Apollo crash-lands on a planet where a law-deriding thug controls a seemingly indestructible henchman. Also released as part of a 6-tape set.
The Long Patrol 01 July, 1991 TOS
After losing an experimental Viper to a smuggler, Starbuck is imprisoned in a "unique" environment. Also released as part of a 6-tape set.
The Gun on Ice Planet Zero 27 May, 1997 TOS
Herded into a confined area of space, the fleet must pass within close range of a lethal Cylon pulsar cannon—unless an expedition from Galactica can assault the ice-bound fortress housing the weapon. Apollo, Starbuck, and Boomer lead a team of cut-throat demolitions and cold-weather experts (and the stowaway Boxey). Along they way, they encounter the misguided human scientist who originally built the weapon, as well as his legions of clones. Includes both "The Gun on Ice Planet Zero, Parts I & II".
The Magnificent Warriors 01 March, 1992 TOS
When a Cylon attack destroys the fleet's food supply, Adama and the others must agree to certain compromises with old acquaintances and with the inhabitants of a grain-rich, yet politically turbulent planet. Also released as part of a 6-tape set.
The Young Lords 01 March, 1992 TOS
After crash-landing on a Cylon-occupied planet, Starbuck joins forces with a group of young human renegades. Also released as part of a 6-tape set.
Fire in Space 01 March, 1992 TOS
After Cylon Raiders ram Galactica on destructive suicide missions, the crew scrambles to fight a raging fire threatening to incinerate the ship. Also released as part of a 6-tape set.
The Man with Nine Lives 01 March, 1992 TOS
An old con man, Chameleon, works his way into Starbuck's life to avoid being tracked down by blood-thirsty Borellians.
Murder on the Rising Star 01 March, 1992 TOS
When Starbuck is implicated in a rival Triad-player's murder, Apollo and Boomer come to his defense as Protectors. They eventually uncover a plot involving Karibdis, a traitor who aided Baltar in the destruction of the Twelve Colonies.
Baltar's Escape 01 March, 1992 TOS
Joining forces with the imprisoned Borellians and the Eastern Alliance detainees, Baltar escapes from the prison barge, hijacks a shuttle, and kidnaps members of the ruling council. Also released as part of a 6-tape set.
Mankind Battles for Survival In Space
aka The Return of Starbuck
1990 1980
Doctor Zee relates a dream he had about a pilot called Starbuck to Commander Adama; thus revealing Starbuck's fate.

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