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Logan's Run - Complete Series- (Region 2)

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  • Format: DVD-Video
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (32 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00HT84HSW
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 18,959 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)


Logan's Run - Complete Series- (Region 2) import plays in English In a futuristic society where reaching the age of 30 is a death sentence, a rebellious law enforcement agent goes on the run in search of Sanctuary.

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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Trevor Willsmer HALL OF FAMETOP 100 REVIEWER on 26 Jun. 2012
Format: DVD
It's not hard to see why the 1977 TV spinoff of Logan's Run was so short lived. Despite the pilot epsode boasting the presence of William F. Nolan, one of the novel's co-writers, this follows the earlier, also short-lived Planet of the Apes series' format as a sci-fi version of The Fugitive, with the two runners joined by Donald Moffat's amiable and dignified android (the show's standout character despite obviously intended as a cheaper cybernetic equivalent of C3PO) and encountering various survivors of the nuclear holocaust with varying degrees of technical know-how beyond the city's walls (some parts of civilisation seems to have held up very well to the end of the world as we know it), most of whom either want to exploit or kill them. It's a very 70s vision of the future, particularly when it comes to fashions and design. Sometimes that's a good thing - Heather Menzies does look very fetching in her very mini miniskirt - sometimes not - guest stars like Lance Legault don't in theirs, while their solar hovercar brings unwelcome comparisons with Damnation Alley (it even shares the same designer, Dean Jeffries).

On the plus side it avoids the temptation to remake the movie and go overboard with stock footage from it in its 72-minute pilot episode but falls into a host of different pitfalls instead. Chief among them is the lack of plot and character development: with only the most perfunctory of introductions to the premise and no real sense of how the City of Domes functions, it's only ten minutes into the running time that `Sandman' Logan Five has gone from state assassin (though you never see him kill anyone) to runner and has escaped the city with Miss Menzies.
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28 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Colin Smith TOP 500 REVIEWER on 28 Jun. 2012
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EDIT: Have just noticed on 7/8/14 that the reviews for the Region I release have been placed under the R2 copy (and vice-versa) which only serves to confuse the issue - nice one Amazon!

It's been a long time coming, but at last it's finally available on DVD. Not sure how much (if any) remastering has been performed, the picture and sound quality while certainly not great, is for the most part still OK/acceptable. The soundtrack is in English only, with English and French subtitles. There are no extras. The added bonus is the fact that this Region 1 release will play on a R2 DVD player.

Adapted from the movie of the same name from the previous year & broadcast from 1977/78, LOGAN'S RUN was brought to TV audiences by Ivan Goff & Ben Roberts, (Charlie's Angels) and features some colourful costumes & sets, along with some cheerfully cheesy 70's dialogue. The scripts provide some interesting and entertaining storylines in this enjoyable sci-fi adventure series. Set in the year 2319 & following a nuclear holocaust, the Earth's population has been decimated & only small communities survive. The 73-minute pilot opens in one such community - the "City of Domes" with one of the city's "Sandmen" - Logan 5 (played by Gregory Harrison) and Jessica 6 (Heather Menzies - coiffered a la Farrah Fawcett) fleeing the closed city to avoid "renewal" (death).... a fate facing every citizen on reaching the age of 30.

Pursued by the determined Sandman, Francis 7 (Randy Powell) the fugitive "Runners" eventually discover a hovercraft and escape into the desert landscape with their enemy hot on the trail.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Michael Dobey on 2 July 2012
Format: DVD
This is a good tv series form 1977. The movie was better of course and I remember being completely thrilled by that movie. Everyone was. This didn't have the money of the movie but they did some decent work here. The best episodes feature the runners out ine post apocaplytic world, the not so great feature aliens and such. But they were trying to make a interesting series here with different bad guys each episode. Most of this series is pretty good actually as they runners make their way accross the world. For a sci fi effort from this era. This wasn't low budget , it was just a regular tv series budget though which was far less than lets say 'battlestar gallactica' of a year later. ALthough the cost of that one and not the ratings drove it from the air. I do like the android addition in this story. He adds alot to the show and I think the acting was up to par for what was required. The andriod steals the show though, this could have been called the ram show. The series looks mostly pretty good , however some scenes have some ugly print damage on them. But many do not and that makes this a good set considering that there was a good chance that we were never going to see this on dvd ever. All 14 epsidoes are here and they are worth watching because the whole premise is a good one. However snobs who snicker at older sci fi need look elsewhere. Of course the sets are well of their era and not of higher grade even with spaceships that have clearly panels of the 1970's era! This isn't near the standard of 'v' which came out five years later but it was a welcome sight for sci fi fans of the seventies. It wasn't great but it engaging. And in terms of the seventies you didn't have much sci fi ever on tv. You had some good brit shows and some good sci fi movies but rare indeed was the sci fi tv series. The hair and sexy outfits the women wear are from the seventies too, at least they aren't dressed in disgusting baggy clothes like the nostyle 90's!
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