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Due South: Season 3 [DVD] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]

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  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 4:3 - 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Classification: G (General Audience) (US MPAA rating. See details.)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000AP31KQ
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 121,759 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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69 of 70 people found the following review helpful By Jason Neil Karlson on 2 Oct. 2006
Format: DVD
For customers who recall there being four seasons of this show and wonder why series 3 is advertised here as the final series.

I've done some research and seasons 3 and 4 were only 13 episodes long.

So what is advertised here as season three is actually all 26 episodes of seasons THREE and FOUR.

Good value and a great series!
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By CC on 24 May 2005
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Any Due South fan will love Season 3, although not having Ray Vecchio(David Marciano) there and the chemistry between him and Fraser is a real miss. Callum Rennie brings a new aspect to the series, and he is very cute in a rugged kind of way. The humour is still there, Fraser is still wonderful, and the stories great. Can't wait for the release of Season 4. Please note only available on Region 1 DVD, still can't believe they stopped it.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By S. Bentley VINE VOICE on 24 July 2007
Format: DVD
We waited a long time for the final series of Due South in the UK, funny how a show that had debuted in prime time spots and captured the public's imagination ended up stuffed away on BBC2. Funny, clever and with heart, Due South is definitely in my top ten TV series.

The third series was different to the first two series though, in terms of cast, tone and production. The series opens with the replacement of the superb David Marciano with Callum Keith Rennie, taking the old conceit of having a new actor take over an old role and having Fraser aware it had happened, only to discover that the old Ray is undercover and a ringer has replaced him. Sets had been lost so Fraser's apartment building is burned down, and there is a definite sense of a new start to the show. The relationship between Ray and Fraser is different to what we had before. Ray Kowalski is riddled with insecurity, which sometimes comes off as a caricature, but also arrogance, while Fraser has become more of a superman figure than ever. Sometimes it works really well and sometimes it grates.

Apparently Paul Gross felt that the show needed to exploit the comedy element in its nature and that the darker elements that made such memorable episodes as Victoria's Secret or Juliet is Bleeding didn't fit in his view of the show. I think that while he has a point, this also results in series three not having any episodes to match the gut-wrenching nature of those stories. The shows are often as funny as they used to be, but sometimes they go too far and end up a little hokey.

Still, that comes of measuring the show against what came before.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Cécile on 3 Mar. 2010
Format: DVD
This box set contains all 26 episodes from season 3 (or seasons 3&4 depending on where you are in the world). The show's great fun, kinda insane sometimes.

Quality of the image isn't all that good sometimes, especially when there's movement. It could be chalked up to the age of the series, but I'm still wondering if something could have been done to improve it.

The only audio is English and there are no subtitles.

There are a few extras: some trailers, season 3 featurettes, TV spots, the 'Ride Forever' documentary, audio commentary from Paul Gross on 'Call of the Wild' (both parts) and interviews of Paul Gross from 'Fully Booked' and 'Mashed'. I haven't watched them so I can't comment on them.

Sadly, this is one of those packagings where it's difficult to remove discs from the box. Maybe you need larger fingers than I have to be able to push effectively on the thingy in the center of the disc, but I have difficulties with it. I really wish they could have gone with a different packaging.

I hope this review was helpful to you.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Jim-Jim on 19 May 2009
Format: DVD
Sadly, only 13 episodes were made for season 3 and another 13 for season 4, packaged here as 26 episodes for "series 3". A shake-up in the cast doesn't detract from all the fun of the first two seasons and Due South gets the send off it deserves. Still, miss it like hell.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Ms. J. O'Regan on 8 Mar. 2009
Format: DVD
After months of searching online and in numerous stores, I finally found the complete 3rd series - which includes the 2-part finale Call of the Wild - on Amazon's website.

Much as I enjoyed the first two seasons of this terrific show, I love series 3 and 4 even more. However, when first broadcast by the BBC, I was so put off with the macho posturings of the new Ray that I didn't bother watching it any more. How wrong I was!!

While the original Ray Vecchio - played by the terrific David Marciano - was a wonderfully earthy, street-smart character, his Chicago cool providing a perfect foil for his idealistic Mountie partner Benton Fraser, the new Ray in this third series - played by the brilliant and rather delectable Callum Keith Rennie - has an altogether different energy. Ray Kowalski's back story is that, before he was filling in for the now undercover Ray Vecchio at the behest of his superiors and the FBI, and despite already having a quietly successful career with the police, Ray Kowalski's sense of identity was left wanting. This despondency was exacerbated by his also having suffered a failed marriage. Now, however, he has been forced to step into another man's shoes, and quite frankly likes the feel of them. This way, you see, he can forget his own insecurities and nagging sense of personal disappointment while pretending to be someone else - even if it is for just a spell.

Where Ray Vecchio was a little more laid back, all Italian suits and slicked back hair, smooth and coolly organised, Ray Kowalski is slightly punkish and twitchy, with spiky blond hair, sunglasses, tee-shirt, casual - sometimes leather - jacket, and slightly forced strut - an image from which we get the feeling that he's putting on a front.
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