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Babylon 5. : Season 2 (2003, original release: 1995)


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Published: [United States] : Warner home Video, [2003]
Description:  6 videodiscs (approximately 960 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in
ISBN/ISSN: 0790776057,
Language:  English

Information from pre-release promotional materials; release date: April 29, 2003

Originally produced for television broadcast in 1995

Special features: Audio commentary by creator J. Michael Straczynski and various castmembers; "Building Babylon" blueprint of an episode featurette; "Shadows and dreams" honors of Babylon featurette, including coverage of the Hugo Award; "The universe of Babylon 5" data/tech/personnel files; gag reel; Babylon 5 timeline; original episode promos

Bruce Boxleitner, Claudia Christian, Jerry Doyle, Mira Fulan, Richard Biggs, Stephen Furst, Andrea Thompson, Andreas Katsulas, Peter Jurasik

Babylon 5 is an outer-space way station, a port-of-call for diplomats, entrepreneurs, and scalawags of all species. Commander John Sheridan -- aided by chief security officer Michael Garibaldi, Lt. Commander Susan Ivanova, and resident telepath Talia Winters -- tries to keep apprised of all the intrigues swirling around his little corner of the galaxy, but things invariably spiral out of control

MPAA rating: Not rated

DVD, Dolby Digital 5.1, widescreen presentation

Closed-captioned, optional French or Spanish subtitles

Disc 1: Episode 1. Points of departure (originally titled Chrysalis, pt. 2) -- Episode 2. Revelations -- Episode 3. The geometry of shadows -- Episode 4. Distant star -- Episode 5. The long dark -- Disc 2: Episode 6. Spider in the web -- Episode 7. Soul mates -- Episode 8. Race through dark places -- Episode 9. The coming of Shadows -- Disc 3: Episode 10. GROPOS -- Episode 11. All alone in the night -- Episode 12. Acts of sacrifice -- Episode 13. Hunter, prey -- Disc 4: Episode 14. There all the honor lies -- Episode 15. And now for a word -- Episode 16. In the shadow of Z'ha'dum -- Episode 17. Knives -- Disc 5: Episode 18. Confessions and lamentations -- Episode 19. Divided loyalties -- Episode 20. The long, twilight struggle -- Episode 21. Comes the Inquisitor -- Disc 6: Episode 22. The fall of night -- Bonus material

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Additional Credits:
Brown, Robert Latham, 1947-
Copeland, John, 1950-
Straczynski, J. Michael, 1954-
Boxleitner, Bruce.
Christian, Claudia, 1965-
Doyle, Jerry, 1956-
Fulan, Mira, 1955-
Biggs, Richard, 1960-2004.
Furst, Stephen, 1954-2017.
Thompson, Andrea, 1962-
Katsulas, Andreas.
Jurasik, Peter.
Flinn, John C., III.
Murphy, Fred V.
Franke, Christopher.
Iacovelli, John.
Rosenkranz, Roland
Bruice, Anne
Babylonian Productions, Inc.
Warner Home Video (Firm)

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