I have more details about my inquiry on StackOverflow:
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/22823768/view-git-log-with-merges-for-only-certain-branches

Basically I'd like to know if it is possible to show the graph for
ONLY branches that I list. The key here is that the graph should also
show relationships between only those branches that I list. In other
words, any ancestors that I do not explicitly specify should not be
rendered in the graph.

I have an insanely huge number of branches in my git repo (we
transitioned from SVN so we haven't had a chance to clean them up
yet). As a result, the git log graph I see has literally 10-20
vertical lines and I have to scroll 20+ pages to follow a line to a
particular parent branch.
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