Battlestar Galactica
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Saga of a Star World (1) - S1-E1

Other mistake: In the second shot showing the fleet of Battlestars (from the port side and slightly behind), the closest ship has an odd reflection which forms a "pillar of light" radiating down from near the rear of the landing bay. It is an effects error, perhaps created while trying to hide the rod that holds the ship up from below. (00:02:45)

johnrosa

Saga of a Star World (1) - S1-E1

Other mistake: When Cassiopeia is on a slab being tended to by the aliens, she yells "Starbuck", but the DVD subtitles say "Stop it". (01:59:00)

johnrosa
Battlestar Galactica mistake picture

Saga of a Star World (1) - S1-E1

Other mistake: Assuming the Colonial fighters are pretty much identical, Apollo's control stick is marked with usual controls, whereas Zac's stick is marked completely differently, but performs exactly the same.

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