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UPC-A025192080395   UPC-A barcode 025192080395
Product NameCaprica: The Complete Series
CategoryElectronics / Photography: A/V Media: Movie
Amazon.comA Buy on Amazon ~ B075J62Z1D
Price New22.96 US Dollars    (curriencies)
Run Time928 unknown-units
CastEric Stoltz, Esai Morales, Polly Walker
GenreScience Fiction
Run Time928 unknown-units
FormatNTSC, Color, Widescreen, Dolby, Digital Sound, Multiple Formats
Run Time928 unknown-units
Long DescriptionContaining all 18 episodes of this incredible series, the Battlestar Galactica phenomenon continues with this undeniably compelling look at where the real conflict between humans and the Cylons a vibrant world remarkably like our own: Caprica. Fifty-eight years before Battlestar takes off, two powerful families - the Graystones and the Adamas - find their destinies irrevocably intertwined after a devastating explosion. As both houses struggle with the line where humanity ends and artificial intelligence - the Cylon race - begins, they'll face off in a battlefield of corporate conspiracy, murder, sexual politics and family backbiting. From executive producers Ronald D. Moore and David Eick comes this highly anticipated prequel starring Golden Globe nominee Eric Stoltz and Esai Morales and presented in uninterrupted Dolby 5.1 surround sound.

Caprica Season 1.0 - Disc 1:
Deleted Scenes
Video Blogs
Pilot: Unrated, Extended Edition
Commentary with Director Jeffrey Reiner and Executive Producer/Writer Ronald D. Moore and Executive Producer David Eick

Caprica Season 1.0 - Disc 2:
Deleted Scenes
Video Blogs
Reins of a Waterfall Commentary with Co-Creator/Executive Producer Ronald D. Moore

Caprica Season 1.0 - Disc 3:
Deleted Scenes
The Caprica Dynasty
The Look of Caprica
Gravedancing Commentary with Executive Producer Jane Espenson

Caprica Season 1.0 - Disc 4:
Deleted Scenes
Creating a World
Season 1.5 Sneak Peek

Caprica Season 1.5 - Disc 1:
Deleted Scenes
Unvanquished Commentary with Executive Producer Kevin Murphy
Podcast Commentaries

Caprica Season 1.5 - Disc 2:
Deleted Scenes
Video Blogs
Podcast Commentaries

Caprica Season 1.5 - Disc 3:
Deleted Scenes
Apotheosis Commentary with Executive Producer Kevin Murphy

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