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Baa Baa Black Sheep: Volume 2 [DVD] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]

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  • Language: English
  • Subtitles For The Hearing Impaired: English
  • Aspect Ratio: 4:3 - 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000PFUA9Q
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Allan on 20 April 2014
Having watched and fully enjoyed the Vol 1 of this DVD set which is in format for our Region 2. It does seem quite pointless not to have the VOl 2 set available in DVD format for Region 2 also??? That is the ONLY complaint I have about this new series. As I have 3 DVD players within my home and I have no intention of buying a specific DVD player as an added extra. So what really is the problem of selling this Vol 2 in the format for region 2 seeing it was done for Vol 1?? The world does expand beyond the coastlines of Canada and the US of A. Someone really needs to sort this out if sales are to be made via the rest of the world. Still a brilliant Vol 1 series folks, don't get me wrong.
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By Auguste Luys on 18 Sept. 2014
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65 of 68 people found the following review helpful
Adventure goes sky-high with the "Terrors of the So. Pacific" 12 July 2007
By FranticInFresno - Published on
Baa Baa Black Sheep Volume 2 - This is the second half of season one.
Robert Conrad and company portray the fighter pilots of VMF214 stationed in the Solomon Islands during WWII. The action packed adventures included plenty of Corsair on Zero aerial action, both simulated and archive footage of the real thing.

Later seasons were renamed The Black Sheep Squadron.
This edition does include English SDH subtitles.
Special features are absent, not even a voice over.
The transfer quality is excellent with an aspect ratio of Full Frame 1.33 to 1.
The audio is English only in Dolby digital 2.0 Mono.
The box set includes 3 discs.

Disc 1
Love and War
The War Biz Warrior
Deadliest Enemy of All Part 1 & 2
Devil in the Slot

Disk 2
Five the Hard Way
Last Mission Over Sengai
Trouble at Fort Apache
Poor Little Lambs

Disc 3
Last One for Hutch
The Fastest Gun

The series is loosely based on the actual exploits of the late Col.Greg "Pappy" Boyington, credited with 28 "kills" during the war and winner of the Congressional Medal of Honor (CMH). A true American hero.

All in all, a fun testosterone romp.

Perhaps Universal will release Season 2 in one complete package next go around. And a voice over by one of the actors or producers would be a welcome edition.
48 of 49 people found the following review helpful
Baa Baa Black Sheep Vol. 2 7 Aug. 2007
By Manuel Scheel - Published on
Along with other fans of this show, I'm glad that finally after a 2 year wait Vol. 2 was released on DVD.

I bought this title a few weeks ago and must say that even though I'm very happy to have this show on DVD I'm also a bit disappointed in this DVD release out of the following reasons:

No digital restoration of the picture (but I can live with that)

What bugs me the most is that 5 episodes were crammed on each of disc 1 and disc 2 but disc 3 only holds two episodes. I think they should have divided it evenly up into 4 episodes per disc that way the studio doesn't have to compress the episodes so much and have a better picture quality. This might be a point that should be taken under consideration if Universal plans to release Vol. 3 of this show on DVD.

No specials on the dvd set.

The show itself receives 5 stars, but the DVD release only 3 stars because of the reasons mentioned above.
26 of 29 people found the following review helpful
Glad vol. 2 is out 3 July 2007
By Chris D. Rasmussen - Published on
Verified Purchase lets have Season 2 so we can finely watch the whole series! I couldn't hardly wait to get this DVD open when it came today. I've always enjoyed this show and will hopefully get the final season SOON. Come on guys. You must have the rest all ready to make on DVD! :) I have the books too, but the show is great. Follows the real Pappy loosely, but hey, it's still fun to watch. The plot keeps moving and the action seans are well done. When firing the maching guns in the plane however, the real thing doesn't vibrate like on the screen. I think it just adds to the action. Keep the good TV shows like this one comming you guys. THANKS
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Straffing Run 1 Jun. 2008
By Scott M. Issel - Published on
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It was as I remembered when it was first on television. This irreverant look at life as a marine pilot, was a roitious adventure. Greg 'Pappy' Boyington bent, broke, shattered the naval regulations every chance he could. although far fetched at times, the series held true to the spirit of the book.

The ONLY complaint is that it takes 2 purchases to recieve ALL of season one. (who are these guys? Columbia House??)

When is the second season going to draw its' sights on the populas??
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Revisiting My Youth 16 Jun. 2009
By Ian Holdsworth - Published on
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When I was a teenager, Baa Baa Black Sheep was one of my favorite TV Show's and I was very disappointed when it was taken off the air, after such a short run. Admitably the storyline wasn't very realistic at times, but the aircraft, props, uniforms where always very well done and I always enjoyed the flying scenes. I missed some of the episodes, when it was on TV in Australia, but now that I have Volumes 1 & 2 on DVD, I can watch it whenever I want! I can't wait until Season Two is released on DVD!!
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