The Avengers : The Definitive Dossier 1967 (Box Set 2) [DVD]
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DVD Special Features
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Plus: The German Invasion of London! - A special interview for German TV featuring Patrick McNee and Diana Rigg!
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Episode 1: The Living Dead - In which Steed finds a mine of information and Emma goes underground.
Ghost sightings of the 15th Duke of Benedict attract the attention of Steed and Emma. Could this really be a case of 'What's mine is mine'?
Episode 2: The Hidden Tiger - In which Steed hunts a big cat and Emma is badly scratched.
After people are found mauled to death by a large feline, Steed and Emma must prevent a most purr-fect crime from turning into a catastrophe.
Episode 3: The Correct Way To Kill - In which Steed changes partners and Emma joins the army.
Steed and Emma are under suspicion for the murder of two agents. It's time for them to open the Iron Curtain and start rushin' around.
Episode 4: Never, Never Say Die - In which Steed meets a dead man and Emma fights the corpse.
When a man is run down and killed - twice - Emma and Steed must be dead on the money when dealing with the stiff Professor Stone
Episode 5: Epic - In which Steed catches a falling star and Emma makes a movie.
Emma Peel is going to be made into a movie star - whether she likes it or not. For when mad director ZZ von Schnerk says "Cut!" he means it!
Episode 6: The Superlative Seven - In which Steed flies to nowhere and Emma does her party piece.
It's desert island deaths for Steed as he is kidnapped and forced into a septuplet of killers, each trying to be the last one alive
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Top Customer Reviews
Sound quality is good considering this series were made more than three decennia ago. But the episode "The Hidden Tiger" features a few seconds nasty distortion. Picture quality more than makes up for the minor flaws in sound quality. Picture is sharp and colours are bright. The extras include a wonderful picture gallery, containing pictures of The Avengers and their cars and spectacular sixties fashion. A nice bonus is the interview for German television. The "Follow That Hat" option again is a little disappointing but all in all these discs are more than worth the money and should be added to the collection of every cult series fan. John Steed and the beautiful Emma Peel are absolutely marvellous on this one. I can hardly wait for the release of the next box set.
Edwin Meijster, an Avengers fan from The Netherlands.
"The Dutch company have done an outstanding job on the remastering - both visually and from the audio point of view - they could have been made yesterday!"
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Seems more off the wall nowadays than I seem to remember in the 60's! However still a great programme. Excellent service from the supplier also!Published 15 days ago by Amazon Customer
Great walk down memory lane - Diana Rigg was fabulously stylish and elegant!!Published 17 months ago by Kevin Swords