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That's the winning formula, and this first box set (which starts at the beginning of the second series) consists of six such scenarios. "The Put Back" requires the return of an artefact for a change, and sees the team in Africa racing to prevent the onset of an ancient curse. "Dagger of Death" concerns the Indian cult of Kali (per Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom). "Last of the Mochicas" (not a typo!) sees them survive a plane crash and then play a game of sleuthing to discover which other passenger is their enemy. "The Legend of the Lost" provides a well-intentioned message about why lost civilisations ought to be left lost. "Fertile Ground" comically takes Sydney from her high-school reunion to Hawaii in a partnership with her teenage sweetheart. "Gypsy Jigsaw" finally allows Claudia to shine, with her knowledge of Tarot assisting in a jaunt to Romania. All six feature terrific location shooting from around the globe and are an infectious introduction for anyone who missed the sporadic TV broadcasts.
On the DVD: Relic Hunter comes to disc with the original 16:9 widescreen ratio of the show. Shame there's only a stereo mix, though. There are 12-minute interviews with stars Carrere and Anholt that are a little more informative than the biographies included. Lastly, there's a gallery of 24 behind-the-scenes and promotional stills. --Paul Tonks
This is another two outings of the famous cult series with all your favourite characters, the beautiful Sidney Fox, with both brains and brawn, she is a female... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Blade
This was a TV series I use to watch when I lived in Canada. Very corny but fun to watch.Published on 30 Aug. 2012 by Carol
The Best Of Season 1 & 2 is a very good idea as a collection of Relic Hunter. I think that 5 discs is too many though for a best of. Maybe if it had covered Season 3 as well. Read morePublished on 21 Feb. 2012 by James Wyatt
i have to say i love this series when it was on the t.v., will enjoy watching these again when i want to; any time of the day.Published on 3 Mar. 2010 by Ms. D. Williams