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| artist= [[Robyn Douglass]]
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: ''For other ''Caprica'' soundtracks, [[Soundtrack|click here]].''
 
: ''For a general article on the music in ''Caprica'', see [[Music of Caprica]].''
 
  
'''''Caprica: The Series - Limited Edition Soundtrack''''' is a two-disc CD set offered by [[La-La Land Records]] on the music from the [[Caprica (series)|''Caprica'' series]], excluding the majority of the music from the [[Caprica (pilot)|''Caprica'' pilot]], as that has [[Soundtrack (Caprica pilot)|its own soundtrack]].
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'''''Messages for the Future: The ''Galactica 1980'' Memoirs''''' is an audio memoir produced by Daniel Earnshaw and published by Explore Multimedia in January 2020, coinciding with the 40th anniversary of ''[[Galactica 1980]]''. As with their previous release by [[Richard Hatch]], this is an audio book memoir by the performer, actress [[Robyn Douglass]] ([[Jamie Hamilton]], ''Galactica 1980''), detailing her career and life.
  
Only 3,000 units of this soundtrack were produced for release in 2013, as it was marketed as a Limited Edition. As of 14 May 2019, La-La Land Records announced that it only had less than 150 units remaining for sale via their eCommerce portal.
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It is available on both [https://music.apple.com/gb/album/messages-for-the-future-the-galactica-1980-memoirs/1494321248 iTunes as a digital download] and as a [[amazon:B081KR114L|one-disc release in Compact Disc format]].  
 
 
Between both discs, this release contains a total of 2 hours, 38 minutes and 49 seconds of music.
 
  
 
==Track Listing==
 
==Track Listing==
  
===Disc 1===
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#'''Becoming an Actress'''  
 
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#: ''Track Time:'' 3m41s
The runtime of this disc is 74m05s. Audio clips of select songs are available in MP3 format, and are noted accordingly in the index below.
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#: ''Summary:'' Douglass discusses her early childhood, knowing that she wanted to be an actress and performing little plays for the neighborhood. She segues into going to [[w:University of California, Davis|University of California]] to be a veterinarian, and picking up acting lessons following her transfer to [[w:University of California, San Francisco|University of California]] to study biology. She discusses picking up her stage name, and moving back to Chicago to stay with her aunt while studying acting at ''[[w:The Second City|The Second City]]'' under [[w:Del Close|Del Close]] and dancing at [[w:Hubbard Street Dance Company|Hubbard Street Dance Company]] under [[w:Lou Conte|Lou Conte]].
 
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#'''The Clone Master'''
#'''Caprica Main Title'''  
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#: ''Track Time:'' 3m06s
#: Audio Clip: {{audio|1 1 Caprica Main Title.mp3|mp3}}
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#: ''Summary:'' Douglass discusses auditioning for [[w:Dino De Laurentiis|Dino De Laurentiis]]' film, ''[[w:Hurricane (1979 film)|Hurricane]]'', and picking up another audition for her first science fiction TV movie of the week, ''[[imdb:tt0077345|The Clone Master]]''. She recalls some of the embarrassment transpiring before and during the audition relating to her broken dress zipper, and how she endeavored to cover that up.
#: Track Time: 0m52s
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# '''Getting the Role'''
#'''[[Caprica Abides]]'''
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#: ''Track Time:'' 1m57s
#: Audio Clip: {{audio|1 2 Caprica Abides.mp3|mp3}}
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#: ''Summary:'' Douglass covers being called to a meeting with [[Glen A. Larson]], not realizing that she was auditioning for ''[[Galactica 1980]]''.
#: Music by [[Bear McCreary]]
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# '''Meeting Cast Mates'''
#: Lyrics by [[Jane Espenson]]
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#: ''Track Time:'' 1m14s
#: Featuring [[Steve Amerson]], vocals
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#: ''Summary:'' Douglass recalls meeting [[Lorne Greene]] ({{1980|Adama}}), and bonding with him over their shared love for animals and work for the [[w:Humane Society|Humane Society]]. She also discusses meeting with [[Barry Van Dyke]] ([[Dillon]]) and [[Kent McCord]] ({{1980|Troy}}).
#: From the Episodes: “[[Rebirth]]” and [[Apotheosis (episode)|Apotheosis]]
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# '''My First Scene'''
#: Track Time: 2m12s
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#: ''Track Time:'' 2m57s
# '''Apotheosis'''
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#: ''Summary:'' Douglass recounts her first scene in "[[Galactica Discovers Earth, Part I]]", where she discusses her issues with stopping to hit her mark while driving a car.
#: Audio Clip: {{audio|1 3 Apotheosis.mp3|mp3}}
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# '''The First Episodes'''
#: From the Episode: “[[Apotheosis (episode)|Apotheosis]]
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#: ''Track Time:'' 5m56s
#: Track Time: 6m36s
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#: ''Summary:'' Douglass discusses shooting "[[Galactica Discovers Earth, Part II]]" and "[[Galactica Discovers Earth, Part III|III]]"  on the backlot of Universal Studios, being fitted into [[Anne Lockhart]]'s "[[Sheba]]" uniforms, and shooting "[[The Super Scouts]]" at the same time.
#'''All Of This Has Happened'''
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# '''Messages for the Future'''
#: Music and Lyrics by [[Brendan McCreary]]
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#: ''Track Time:'' 3m00s
#: Performed by [[Young Beautiful in a Hurry]]
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#: ''Summary:'' Douglass believes in the efficacy of the "educational beats" in each episode, tying them into the current socio-economic problems relating to nuclear power, global warming, and other environmental issues.
#: From the Episode: “[[The Imperfections of Memory]]
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# '''Special Effects'''
#: Track Time: 5m30s
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#: ''Track Time:'' 6m10s
#'''[[New Cap City]]'''
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#: ''Summary:'' Douglass recounts shooting in the {{1980|Viper}} for the first time with the blue-screen, in addition to the car chase in "[[Galactica Discovers Earth, Part I]]," and recording lines and screams in studio for [[w:looping|looping]]. She also discusses [[Donna Garrett]] as being her stunt double on the series, and working with her for many years following ''1980''.
#: Audio Clip: {{audio|1 5 New Cap City.mp3|mp3}}
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# '''Parents On Set'''
#: From the Episode: “[[There is Another Sky]]”
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#: ''Track Time:'' 4m00s
#: Track Time: 5m46s
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#: ''Summary:'' Douglass discusses inviting her parents to watch the filming of her scenes in "[[Spaceball]]," and the incident that almost caused problems when they prematurely left the Universal Studios' Studio Tour.
#'''[[Lacey]] and the Cylon'''
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# '''The Running Incident'''
#: From the Episode: “[[Rebirth]]
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#: ''Track Time:'' 4m51s
#: Track Time: 2m47s
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#: ''Summary:'' Douglass recounts an issue where she was tasked with running down a hill while filming "[[Galactica Discovers Earth]]," and being subsequently abandoned in the verdure.
#'''[[Vergis]]’ Dream'''
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# '''Cancellation'''
#: From the Episode: “[[Know Thy Enemy]]”
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#: ''Track Time:'' 1m14s
#: Track Time: 2m35s
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#: ''Summary:'' Douglass discusses "[[The Day They Kidnapped Cleopatra]]," and hearing about the cancellation of the series.
#'''Pact of Brothers'''
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# '''The A-Team'''
#: From the Episode: “[[Dirteaters]]”
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#: ''Track Time:'' 2m31s
#: Track Time: 1m52s
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#: ''Summary:'' Douglass recalls her trepidation on joining ''[[w:The A-Team|The A-Team]]'' due to the rumored issues that [[w:Mr. T|Mr. T]] and [[w:George Preppard|George Preppard]] had with actresses, and due to that focusing on acting in movies instead.
#'''Grieving (Alternate Version)'''
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# '''Conclusion'''
#: From the Episode: [[Caprica (pilot)|Pilot]]
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#: ''Track Time:'' 2m50s
#: Track Time: 1m36s
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#: ''Summary:'' Final thoughts from Douglass herself regarding ''Galactica 1980''{{'|s}} impact on promoting thoughtful ideas to aim for the betterment of humanity.
#'''Control and Power'''
 
#: From the Episode: “[[Rebirth]]
 
#: Track Time: 2m54s
 
#'''[[Caprica Buccaneers]] Theme'''
 
#: From the Episode: “[[Rebirth]]”
 
#: Track Time: 0m35s
 
#'''Burlesque'''
 
#: Audio Clip: {{audio|1 12 Burlesque.mp3|mp3}}
 
#: Remixed by [[Jonathan Snipes]]
 
#: From the Episode: “[[Ghosts in the Machine]]”
 
#: Track Time: 3m36s
 
#'''[[Amanda Graystone|Amanda]]’s Forgiveness'''
 
#: From the Episode: “[[False Labor]]
 
#: Track Time: 4m23s
 
#'''[[Barnabus]]'''
 
#: From the Episode: “[[Retribution]]
 
#: Track Time: 1m48s
 
#'''[[Cerberus]] Dance (Demo)'''
 
#: Audio Clip: {{audio|1 15 Cerberus Dance.mp3|mp3}}
 
#: From the Episode: “[[Ghosts in the Machine]]”
 
#: Track Time: 3m52s
 
#'''Through the Paces'''
 
#: From the Episode: “[[Ghosts in the Machine]]”
 
#: Track Time: 0m52s
 
#'''Lacey’s Test'''
 
#: From the Episode: “[[Blowback]]”
 
#: Track Time: 4m49s
 
#'''[[Clarice Willow]]'''
 
#: From the Episodes: “[[Rebirth]],” “[[Reins of a Waterfall]],” and “[[Gravedancing]]”
 
#: Track Time: 3m24s
 
#'''Tauron Ceremony Song (Piano Sketch)'''
 
#: Audio Clip: {{audio|1 15 Cerberus Dance.mp3|mp3}}
 
#: From the Episode: “[[There is Another Sky]]”
 
#: Track Time: 2m06s
 
#'''Lacey and [[Zoe Graystone|Zoe]] (Expanded Version)'''
 
#: From the Episode: [[Caprica (pilot)|Pilot]]
 
#: Track Time: 4m41s
 
#'''[[Capricoperatica]]'''
 
#: Audio Clip: {{audio|1 21 Capricoperatica.mp3|mp3}}
 
#: Music by Bear McCreary
 
#: Lyrics by [[Laura Kalpakian]]
 
#: Featuring [[Elissa Johnston]] and [[Alessandro Juliani]], vocals
 
#: From the Episode: “[[End of Line]]”
 
#: Track Time: 8m42s
 
 
 
===Disc 2===
 
 
 
The runtime of this disc is 74m35s. Audio clips of select songs are available in MP3 format, and are noted accordingly in the index below.
 
 
 
#'''[[Caprica Abides]] (Instrumental Version)'''
 
#:From the Episodes: “[[Rebirth]]and [[Apotheosis (episode)|Apotheosis]]
 
#: Track Time: 2m13s
 
# '''The Differently Sentient'''
 
#: Audio Clip: {{audio|2 2 Differently Sentient.mp3|mp3}}
 
#:From the Episode: “[[Apotheosis (episode)|Apotheosis]]”
 
#: Track Time: 4m39s
 
# '''[[Amanda Graystone|Amanda]]’s Epiphany'''
 
#:From the Episode: “[[Rebirth]]”
 
#: Track Time: 5m20s
 
# '''Rites of Passage'''
 
#:From the Episode: “[[There is Another Sky]]”
 
#: Track Time: 4m37s
 
# '''[[New Cap City]] Theme (Demo)'''
 
#: Track Time: 1m51s
 
# '''[[Voices of the Dead]]'''
 
#: Audio Clip: {{audio|2 6 Voices Of The Dead.mp3|mp3}}
 
#:Featuring [[Brendan McCreary]], vocals
 
#:From the Episode: “[[Reins of a Waterfall]]
 
#: Track Time: 2m36s
 
# '''The Dive Bar'''
 
#:From the Episode: “[[Rebirth]]”
 
#: Track Time: 1m07s
 
# '''The [[Cylon (TRS)|Cylon]] Whisperer'''
 
#:From the Episode: “[[The Heavens Will Rise]]and “[[Here Be Dragons]]”
 
#: Track Time: 4m20s
 
# '''[[Daniel Graystone|Daniel]] Captures the Code (Expanded Version)'''
 
#:From the Episode: [[Caprica (pilot)|Pilot]]
 
#: Track Time: 3m28s
 
# '''Dirt Eaters'''
 
#:From the Episode: “[[Dirteaters]]”
 
#: Track Time: 6m30s
 
# '''Healing Wounds'''
 
#: Audio Clip: {{audio|2 11 Healing Wounds.mp3|mp3}}
 
#:From the Episode: “[[Reins of a Waterfall]]
 
#: Track Time: 4m05s
 
# '''[[Gemenon (RDM)|Gemenon]]'''
 
#:From the Episode: “[[Unvanquished]]”
 
#: Track Time: 3m38s
 
# '''[[I Am A Man]]'''
 
#: Audio Clip: {{audio|2 13 Im A Man.mp3|mp3}}
 
#:Music and Lyrics by Brendan McCreary
 
#:Performed by [[Young Beautiful in a Hurry]]
 
#:From the Episode: “[[Gravedancing]]”
 
#: Track Time: 4m11s
 
# '''[[Was Love]]'''
 
#:Music and Lyrics by [[Jonathan Snipes]]
 
#:Performed by [[Captain Ahab]]
 
#:From the Episode: “[[Gravedancing]]”
 
#: Track Time: 4m05s
 
# '''[[Tamara-A|Tamara]] Kills'''
 
#:From the Episode: “[[There is Another Sky]]”
 
#: Track Time: 2m04s
 
# '''Here Be Dragons'''
 
#:From the Episode: “[[Here Be Dragons]]
 
#: Track Time: 2m03s
 
# '''A Tauron Sacrifice (Expanded Version)'''
 
#: Audio Clip: {{audio|2 17 Tauron Sacrifice.mp3|mp3}}
 
#: From the Episode: [[Caprica (pilot)|Pilot]]
 
#: Track Time: 3m30s
 
# '''Waltz for Zoe'''
 
#: Audio Clip: {{audio|2 18 Waltz For Zoe.mp3|mp3}}
 
#:From the Episode: “[[Unvanquished]]
 
#: Track Time: 2m53s
 
# '''Death of the [[Guatrau]]'''
 
#:From the Episode: “[[Apotheosis (episode)|Apotheosis]]
 
#: Track Time: 2m27s
 
# '''Tauron Ceremony Song'''
 
#:Featuring [[Raya Yarbrough]], vocals
 
#:From the Episode: “[[There is Another Sky]]”
 
#: Track Time: 2m58s
 
# '''Graystone Plays Nomion Variations'''
 
#:Includes “[[Exploration]]” by [[Stu Phillips]]
 
#:From the Episode: “[[Rebirth]]”
 
#: Track Time: 3m02s
 
# '''Caprica Theme (Sketch)'''
 
#: Track Time: 2m26s
 
  
 
==Press Release==
 
==Press Release==
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''From the product listing:''
 
''From the product listing:''
  
:La-La Land Records, NBC Universal and SyFy Channel present renowned composer [[Bear McCreary]]'s ([[TRS|BATTLESTAR GALACTICA]], [[w:Eureka (TV series)|EUREKA]], [[w:The Walking Dead (TV series|THE WALKING DEAD]]) original score to the acclaimed, dramatic science-fiction television series [[Caprica (series)|CAPRICA]], starring [[Eric Stoltz]], [[Esai Morales]] and [[Polly Walker]]. Mr. McCreary musically explores this series' thoughtful battle between advanced science and human condition with breathtaking insight, emotion and beauty. Handpicked by the composer himself, this striking collection of more than 2 hours of musical highlights from this notable series is a must have for genre and music fans alike. Produced by McCreary, Steven Kaplan and Ford A. Thaxton, this limited edition of 3000 units features exclusive, in-depth liner notes from film music writer Randall Larson.<ref>{{cite_web|url=https://lalalandrecords.com/caprica-the-series-limited-edition-2-cd-set/|title=CAPRICA (THE SERIES): LIMITED EDITION (2-CD SET)|date=|accessdate=14 May 2019|last=|first=|format=|language=English}}</ref>
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:2020 release. [[Robyn Douglass]] is best known to sci-fi fans as [[Jamie Hamilton]] in ''[[Galactica 1980]]''. In ''Messages for the Future'', Robyn shares her recollections of her career building up to appearing in the show, her memories of being on set and her reflections on the show. These unique audio recordings were made in 2019 and we hear the recounting of previously unknown details about the show and Robyn Douglass' contribution to the ''{{TOS|Battlestar Galactica}}'' canon.<ref>{{cite_web|url=https://amzn.to/2u3Y7eY|title=Amazon.com: Messages For The Future: The Galactica 1980 Memoirs|date=24 January 2020|accessdate=02 February 2020|last=|first=|format=|language=English}}</ref>
 
 
==Official Statements==
 
 
 
''[[Bear McCreary]] on his inclusion of two theme sketches in this release:''
 
 
 
: "I also included two theme sketches: one for the Main Series Theme and one for New Cap City. These types of sketches are always helpful when I’m beginning a new project, because I can develop my ideas without having the restraints of matching picture. I am free to explore mood, energy and melody. Generally, no one but the executive producer or director ever hears these sketches, and sometimes even they never hear them. I included sketches on this “Caprica” record because I wanted to reward fans with something extra special for staying so vocal about this one and making it possible for the record to be released."<ref>{{cite_web|url=http://www.bearmccreary.com/#blog/blog/albums/caprica-series-soundtrack-album/|title= Caprica Series Soundtrack Album|date=29 August 2013|accessdate=14 May 2019|last=McCreary|first=Bear|format=|language=English}}</ref>
 
 
 
==Related Imagery==
 
 
 
<gallery>
 
File:Caprica_Series_Soundtrack_-_Disc_1_Art.jpg|Disc 1 Art
 
File:Caprica_Series_Soundtrack_-_Disc_2_Art.jpg|Disc 2 Art
 
</gallery>
 
 
 
==External Links==
 
*[http://www.bearmccreary.com/#:log/blog/albums/caprica-series-soundtrack-album/ Blog entry] by [[Bear McCreary]] about the BSG Caprica (series) soundtrack.
 
  
 
==References==
 
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Latest revision as of 23:24, 7 September 2020

Messages for the Future: The Galactica 1980 Memoirs
"Messages for the Future: The Galactica 1980 Memoirs"
An album of the Galactica 1980 series
Album No. 1
Composer(s) {{{composer}}}
Artist(s) Robyn Douglass
Producer(s) Daniel Earnshaw
Label Explore Multimedia
Tracks 13
Running Time 00:44:00
Discs 1
Released {{{released}}}
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Messages for the Future: The Galactica 1980 Memoirs is an audio memoir produced by Daniel Earnshaw and published by Explore Multimedia in January 2020, coinciding with the 40th anniversary of Galactica 1980. As with their previous release by Richard Hatch, this is an audio book memoir by the performer, actress Robyn Douglass (Jamie Hamilton, Galactica 1980), detailing her career and life.

It is available on both iTunes as a digital download and as a one-disc release in Compact Disc format.

Track Listing

  1. Becoming an Actress
    Track Time: 3m41s
    Summary: Douglass discusses her early childhood, knowing that she wanted to be an actress and performing little plays for the neighborhood. She segues into going to University of California to be a veterinarian, and picking up acting lessons following her transfer to University of California to study biology. She discusses picking up her stage name, and moving back to Chicago to stay with her aunt while studying acting at The Second City under Del Close and dancing at Hubbard Street Dance Company under Lou Conte.
  2. The Clone Master
    Track Time: 3m06s
    Summary: Douglass discusses auditioning for Dino De Laurentiis' film, Hurricane, and picking up another audition for her first science fiction TV movie of the week, The Clone Master. She recalls some of the embarrassment transpiring before and during the audition relating to her broken dress zipper, and how she endeavored to cover that up.
  3. Getting the Role
    Track Time: 1m57s
    Summary: Douglass covers being called to a meeting with Glen A. Larson, not realizing that she was auditioning for Galactica 1980.
  4. Meeting Cast Mates
    Track Time: 1m14s
    Summary: Douglass recalls meeting Lorne Greene (Adama), and bonding with him over their shared love for animals and work for the Humane Society. She also discusses meeting with Barry Van Dyke (Dillon) and Kent McCord (Troy).
  5. My First Scene
    Track Time: 2m57s
    Summary: Douglass recounts her first scene in "Galactica Discovers Earth, Part I", where she discusses her issues with stopping to hit her mark while driving a car.
  6. The First Episodes
    Track Time: 5m56s
    Summary: Douglass discusses shooting "Galactica Discovers Earth, Part II" and "III" on the backlot of Universal Studios, being fitted into Anne Lockhart's "Sheba" uniforms, and shooting "The Super Scouts" at the same time.
  7. Messages for the Future
    Track Time: 3m00s
    Summary: Douglass believes in the efficacy of the "educational beats" in each episode, tying them into the current socio-economic problems relating to nuclear power, global warming, and other environmental issues.
  8. Special Effects
    Track Time: 6m10s
    Summary: Douglass recounts shooting in the Viper for the first time with the blue-screen, in addition to the car chase in "Galactica Discovers Earth, Part I," and recording lines and screams in studio for looping. She also discusses Donna Garrett as being her stunt double on the series, and working with her for many years following 1980.
  9. Parents On Set
    Track Time: 4m00s
    Summary: Douglass discusses inviting her parents to watch the filming of her scenes in "Spaceball," and the incident that almost caused problems when they prematurely left the Universal Studios' Studio Tour.
  10. The Running Incident
    Track Time: 4m51s
    Summary: Douglass recounts an issue where she was tasked with running down a hill while filming "Galactica Discovers Earth," and being subsequently abandoned in the verdure.
  11. Cancellation
    Track Time: 1m14s
    Summary: Douglass discusses "The Day They Kidnapped Cleopatra," and hearing about the cancellation of the series.
  12. The A-Team
    Track Time: 2m31s
    Summary: Douglass recalls her trepidation on joining The A-Team due to the rumored issues that Mr. T and George Preppard had with actresses, and due to that focusing on acting in movies instead.
  13. Conclusion
    Track Time: 2m50s
    Summary: Final thoughts from Douglass herself regarding Galactica 1980's impact on promoting thoughtful ideas to aim for the betterment of humanity.

Press Release

From the product listing:

2020 release. Robyn Douglass is best known to sci-fi fans as Jamie Hamilton in Galactica 1980. In Messages for the Future, Robyn shares her recollections of her career building up to appearing in the show, her memories of being on set and her reflections on the show. These unique audio recordings were made in 2019 and we hear the recounting of previously unknown details about the show and Robyn Douglass' contribution to the Battlestar Galactica canon.[1]

References

  1. Amazon.com: Messages For The Future: The Galactica 1980 Memoirs (backup available on Archive.org) . (24 January 2020). Retrieved on 02 February 2020.