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Season 5 DVD

Here are a number of clips sent along from Warner Bros:

Beyond Babylon 5

Digital Tomorrow

Digital Tomorrow 2


Marcus Cole

Our thanks to Warner Bros. for providing these clips.


You Are Cleared for Final Approach to…

Collectible Six-Disc DVD Set Available April 13
Featuring All 22 Episodes From the Final Season
Plus Packed with Exclusive Bonus Materials

Burbank, Calif., January 12, 2004 - The journey's end has finally arrived with the much-anticipated DVD release of Babylon 5: The Complete Fifth Season, featuring all 22 episodes from the acclaimed sci-fi adventure series' final season. Debuting April 13, 2004 from Warner Home Video (WHV) on a must-own six-disc collector's set, Babylon 5: The Complete Fifth Season is priced at $99.98 SRP.

From the beginning, both were running out of time. The space station that was the last, best hope for peace was sooner or later certain to be eclipsed by new political coalitions and technical advances. And John Sheridan, who guided the massive Freeport through its most tumultuous days, knew that his own fate had been inalterably prophesied. Now both storylines converge in the final season whose events also include Sheridan's attempts to wage peace for the Interstellar Alliance, the tragic fate of the telepaths and the ultimate fireball destruction of the outmoded station after it is declared to be a spaceway navigational hazard.

With over 17 hours of content, the Babylon 5: The Complete Fifth Season DVD has been newly remastered with a digital widescreen transfer and is loaded with special features including a making-of featurette about the series state-of-the-art special effects, another featurette about the show's dedicated fan base, in-depth audio commentaries on various episodes from cast members and the series creator, deleted/extended scenes, a gag reel and much more!

"As one of the most exciting and cutting-edge sci-fi TV series in recent years, Babylon 5 has developed an extremely loyal and cult fan following," said Christine Martinez, WHV Vice President, Non-theatrical Franchise Marketing. "Fans will now be anxious to complete their DVD collection with this in-demand final set of the remarkable sci-fi action series."

Babylon 5 has won two Emmy Awards for Groundbreaking Visual Effects and Makeup as well as the 1998 Science Fiction Writers of America Ray Bradbury Award. It also earned the 1999 Saturn Award for Best Genre Cable/Syndicated Series from the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films. Currently, Babylon 5 continues to be seen by legions of fans with episodes syndicated on the Sci-Fi Channel.

The fully-loaded Babylon 5: The Complete Fifth Season DVD will include the following bonus materials:
· Introduction to The Wheel of Fire - the fifth and final season of Babylon 5
· Two audio commentaries by series creator J. Michael Straczynski
· Audio commentary on one episode (Movements of Fire and Shadow) by cast members Bruce Boxleitner, Peter Jurasik, Patricia Tallman and Tracy Scoggins
· Digital Tomorrow - a featurette about making the special effects for the series
· Beyond Babylon 5 - a featurette focusing on the fans, their reactions to the show and available Babylon 5 merchandise
· The Universe of Babylon 5
-- Data Files
-- Personnel Files
-- Gag Reel
· Episode Previews
· Easter Egg - Marcus Cole: Dead or Frozen
· Extended and Deleted Scenes
· All-New Digital Widescreen Transfers (16:9, 1.77 aspect ratio)
· Soundtrack Remastered in Dolby Digital 5.1


No Compromises
The Very Long Night of Londo Mollari
The Paragon of Animals
A View from the Gallery
Learning Curve
Strange Relations
Secrets of the Soul
Day of the Dead
In the Kingdom of the Blind
A Tragedy of Telepaths
Phoenix Rising
The Ragged Edge
The Corps is Mother, The Corps is Father
Meditations on the Abyss
Darkness Ascending
And All My Dreams, Torn Asunder
Movments of Fire and Shadow
The Fall of Centauri Prime
The Wheel of Fire
Objects in Motion
Objects at Rest
Sleeping in Light

$99.98 SRP
Street Date: April 13, 2004
Languages: English (5.1)
Subtitles: English, French, Spanish, Portuguese
Running time: 990 mins.
Rating: Not Rated
Dolby Digital 5.1 [CC]

With operations in 82 international territories Warner Home Video, a Warner Bros. Entertainment Company, commands the largest distribution infrastructure in the global video marketplace. Warner Home Video's film library is the largest of any studio, offering top quality new and vintage titles from the repertoires of Warner Bros. Pictures, Turner Entertainment, Castle Rock Entertainment, HBO Home Video and New Line Home Entertainment.

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