Stargate SG-1: Children of the Gods - Final Cut
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Stargate SG-1: Children of the Gods - Final Cut

Year:
Duration:
USA:92 min (DVD)
Genres:
Sci-Fi
IMDB rate:
8
Director:
Mario Azzopardi
Awards:
1 nomination
Details
Country: USA
Release Date: 2009-07-21
Filming Locations: Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Cast
Actor
Character
Richard Dean Anderson
Richard Dean Anderson
Stargate SG-1: Children of the Gods - Final Cut
Rachel Hayward
Rachel Hayward
Stargate SG-1: Children of the Gods - Final Cut
Amanda Tapping
Amanda Tapping
Stargate SG-1: Children of the Gods - Final Cut
Michael Shanks
Dr. Daniel Jackson
Christopher Judge
Teal'c
Don S. Davis
Major General George Hammond
Jay Acovone
Major Charles Kawalsky
Vaitiare Hirshon
Sha're
Robert Wisden
Major Bert Samuels
Peter Williams
Apophis
Brent Stait
Major Louis Ferretti
Gary Jones
Sgt. Walter Harriman
Alexis Cruz
Skaara
Rick Ravanello
Guard #2
J.B. Bivens
Guard #1
Stephen Sumner
Goa'uld #1
Adam Harrington
Goa'uld #2
John 'Bear' Curtis
Primitive
John Tierney
Monk
Colin Lawrence
Warren
Garvin Cross
Casey
Anthony Ashbee
Soldier
Eric Schneider
Dr. McKenzie
Andrew McIlwaine
Medic
Santo Lombardo
Bolaa
Sean Amsing
Tobay
Monique Rusu
Dark Skinned Woman
Janette Devries
Female Serpent Guard
Did you know?
Trivia
Last role of John 'Bear' Curtis.
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Goofs
Captain Carter says that the planet they're going back to is (one of) the closest to Earth, which is why they can still access it using the old "address" even after millenia of stellar drift/expansion. But in the original Stargate movie, it's described as being "somewhere in the Kalium Galaxy," on "the other side of the known universe."
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When Colonel O'Neill is escorted into the SGC at the start of the film in the elevator he is escorted by someone who is in USAF Uniform but wearing both Major Pins (Officer) on his shoulders and Staff Sergeant Chevrons (Enlisted) on his upper arms.
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When Colonel O'Neil returns to Abydos, to retrieve Dr. Jackson, the first Abydonian boy who jumps around a corner with a M4A1, has no magazine in the guns receiver, and when the camera changes to a front view of same boy there is a magazine in the gun.
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Faq
Q
What are the differences between the DVD and the original episode?
A
Small differences, it is the same story as before. The theme music has been changed, special effects improved upon, the nudity removed, a few scenes were added and existing ones altered slightly. One example of this last point would be an early scene, the one during which General Hammond is showing Jack O'Neill a Goa'uld staff weapon. The line "we can't figure out how it works" just before O'Neill expertly activates the weapon was removed. Minor changes, in other words. A detailed comparison, split into two parts, with pictures can be found here (Part 1) and here (Part 2).
Q
Is the full nudity of the original version also in the final cut?
A
No, the nude scenes in the original Showtime episodes have been edited. The nudity is now implied by bare shoulders and backs. USA movie theater rating would probably be around PG (or PG-13) and the DVD could be showed "as is" on American television without any changes.
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Photos from cast
Richard Dean Anderson Rachel Hayward Amanda Tapping