Universal City, CA : DreamWorks Home Entertainment, c2000
1 videodisc (102 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in ISBN/ISSN:
9780783242743, 0783242743, Language:
Anamorphic widescreen format (aspect ratio 2.35:1)
Originally released as a motion picture in 1999
Special features include: On locaton in space featurette ; deleted scenes ; Thermian language audio track ; theatrical trailer ; cast & filmmakers' bios ; production notes
Tim Allen, Sigourney Weaver, Alan Rickman, Tony Shalhoub, Sam Rockwell, Daryl Mitchell, Enrico Colantoni, Robin Sachs, Patrick Breen
"For four years, the courageous crew of the NSEA Protector-- 'Commannder Peter Quincy Taggart, ' 'Lt. Tawny Madison, ' and 'Dr. Lazarus'-- set off on thrilling and often dangerous missions in space-- and then their series was cancelled! Now, twenty years later, aliens under attack have mistaken the Galaxy Quest television transmissions for 'historical documents' and beamed up the crew of has-been actors to save the universe. With no script, no director and no clue, the actors must turn in the performances of their lives."--Container
MPAA rating: PG
DVD, 5.1 surround
Closed-captioned for the hearing impaired
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Additional Credits: Parisot, DeanJohnson, MarkNewirth, CharlesHoward, David, 1947-Gordon, Robert, 1960-Allen, Tim, 1953-Weaver, Sigourney, 1949-Rickman, AlanShalhoub, Tony, 1953-Rockwell, SamMitchell, DarylDreamWorks Home Entertainment (Firm)
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