Stargate

Stargate is an adventure military science fiction franchise, initially conceived by Roland Emmerich and Dean Devlin. The first film in the franchise was simply titled Stargate. It was originally released on October 28, 1994, by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and Carolco, and became a hit, grossing nearly $200 million (USD) worldwide. Three years later, Brad ...
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Stargate

[1995 video game] Stargate is a platform videogame developed and published by Acclaim Entertainment for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System and Sega Genesis/Mega Drive following the adventures of Colonel Jack O`Neil as he struggles to free the slaves of Abydos, defeat Ra, and get his mission team back home using the stargate device. The...
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Stargate

[asterism] The Stargate Asterism or Stargate Cluster is an asterism in the constellation Corvus consisting of 6 stars, also known as STF 1659. The stars form vertices of two nested triangles, resembling a portal device featured in the Buck Rogers science fiction TV series. ...
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Stargate

[pinball] Stargate is a 1995 pinball game, designed by Ray Tanzer and Jon Norris and released by Gottlieb. The game is based on the film Stargate. It has many modes, including several multi-ball modes. A `pyramid` is the main feature of this game. It has a top that opens by raising and lowering. A moving `Glidercraft` ship will be extended ...
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Stargate

[soundtrack] The soundtrack was composed by David Arnold and played by the Sinfonia of London and conducted by Nicholas Dodd for the 1994 film, Stargate. It was the second motion picture Arnold had composed and the first major motion picture. At the time of Stargate`s production, David Arnold had recently started to work in a local video st...
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