Battlestar Galactica

Battlestar Galactica (1978)

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The Gun on Ice Planet Zero (2) - S1-E9

Revealing mistake: During the second wave of the Cylon attack, Galactica is shown from her port side, and her name is missing from the side of the landing pod. (00:26:10)

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The Gun on Ice Planet Zero (2) - S1-E9

Revealing mistake: When Adama orders the fleet to "Flank speed ahead", the next exterior shows Galactica, seemingly turning to port, but looking at the landing pod shows the image is a reversed shot of the ship turning to starboard, evidenced by the ship's name being backwards. (00:27:10)

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