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Rockford Files - Season 1,
This review is from: The Rockford Files: Season 1 [DVD]  (DVD)
Jim Rockford was fallible, vulnerable, got hurt and often ended up on the losing end of the deal - so different from most American cop and private eye shows. Intelligent scripting and quality acting won this series a clutch of Emmys over several years and James Garner gave the role of Jim Rockford his own persona. Great to see Season 1 on DVD (roll on Season 2). And check out the different answering machine message in the opening credits of each episode - very clever and very funny. Incidentally, the boxset claims to have 22 episodes - there are in fact 25 in the boxset, including the two-part pilot.
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Initial post: 19 Feb 2009 22:47:53 GMT
N. Bracht says:
Hi Mr. Nunn.
I did like your review and am very interested. Could you let me know, please, if there is a german audio track included on the DVDs?
That'd be great!
In reply to an earlier post on 13 Nov 2010 18:33:25 GMT
Hi Mr Bracht
Thank you. I apologise for not replying to you earlier - I hadn't seen your comment until a few moments ago. I have just checked and sadly it seems there is not a German audio track on the DVDs, which is a shame. It might be worth checking to see if there are recent releases which have multi-national audio tracks.
In reply to an earlier post on 12 Jan 2011 07:41:44 GMT
Hi Mr. Nunn.
Thank you for your comments. Could you let me know, please, if the dvd's has subtitles.
In reply to an earlier post on 3 Nov 2011 14:44:37 GMT
Dave Evans' Nachfolger says:
Unfortunately, there are no subtitles, neither on the season-1-boxset nor on any of the later ones, not even english ones.
A pity for a non-native speaker like myself, but generally the dialogue is very clearly spoken an therefore rather easy to understand.
In reply to an earlier post on 3 Nov 2011 15:08:33 GMT
Hi Antonio, apologies for not replying sooner. As Dave Evans' Nachfolger rightly says, there are no subtitles. This is a great shame as it makes viewing difficult for non-English speakers. Hope this helps. best regards.
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