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Dragnet 1967: Season 1 [DVD] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]

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  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: French, Spanish
  • Subtitles For The Hearing Impaired: English
  • Aspect Ratio: 4:3 - 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • ASIN: B0007Z9RB6
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4.0 out of 5 stars Thank God It's Friday! 7 Jan. 2014
By Taheen Lopez - Published on
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DRAGNET was a police drama about LAPD's finest investigators, that ran on NBC for 3 years, from 1967-70 regarding a gritty homicide detective Sgt. Joe Friday(Jack Webb) and his faithful partner Det. Bill Gannon(Harry Morgan) investigate the toughest cases in Los Angeles in this timeless police drama, which includes all 17 first-season episodes on 2 DVDs along with the fact that Jack Webb was also co-producer of DRAGNET as well as it's spin-off series ADAM-12 and EMERGENCY too, making veteran Officer Pete Malloy(Martin Milner)& his hotshot rookie partner Officer Jim Reed(Kent McCord)LAPD's finest patrolmen and L.A. County Firefighters Johnny Gage & Roy De Soto(Randolph Mantooth, Kevin Tighe)LA County's finest paramedics along with the fact that this cop drama also gave us a new definition to the meaning TGIF on top of that.

Additionally, Kent McCord whom is best known for his role as Los Angeles police Officer Pete Malloy's hotshot rookie partner(Officer Jim Reed)on ADAM-12 makes a few guest starring appearances in this 1967-68 Season of DRAGNET too, plus we get to see these episodes complete & uncut as well as commercial free on this DVD box set as opposed to how they were shown in reruns on COZI-TV, ME-TV, Antenna TV, TV Land, and Nickelodeon with all those deleted scenes to allot more time for commercial disruptions.

Now I can add this Freshmen season of DRAGNET to my DVD collection of ADAM-12, CHiPS, HUNTER, and of course to the rest of my seasons of DRAGNET as well.

Additionally, Warner Bros. will finally be releasing CHiPs-Season 3 out on DVD on Tuesday March 3, 2015.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars This is the series... 18 Aug. 2014
By cdillon85 - Published on
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Hard to believe, but this is a re-purchase. We were running short of cash some years ago, and this became some grocery money. Thanks to the reruns on one of the nostalgia channels, I decided to get it again. Bless Jack Webb's heart for showing the life of a cop wasn't even close to what was depicted on TV at the time. His speeches could be considered dated, but I'm sure there were some cop who wanted to break into one every so often. He also nurtured some talented actors who came into their own later. Good stories. I can't think of Harry Morgan without seeing Col. Potter or Bill Gannon. Wonder what they would say if they knew what was happening today with some of the subject matter? Hmmm...
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars It was saturday, March 10th, 2012 and my DVDs all played fine... 10 Mar. 2012
By Keith Black - Published on
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I saw ALOT of bad reviews for this 2-disc DVD release of DRAGNET - SEASON 1. But, I took a chance anyway and ordered a copy. It arrived in February and just this passed week, the first week of March 2012 I finished seeing all the episodes.

There is a [surprise] third disc, a CD that is from the earlier 1950s Dragnet Radio show. I haven't played that yet so I can't comment. I'm only commenting on the 2 DVDs here;

Everything played fine. The DVD player I was using is only 3 years old [I bought in 2009] so I don't know if that made a difference [?] to what the the older [2005 & after] bad reviews said.

The only reason I gave this item "4 STARS" instead of "5" is that [like some other reviews said] they put several episodes on both sides of "disc 1" then only 3 episodes on the first side of "disc 2", leaving side 2 of disc 2 "blank". It would've made more "quality sense" [to my humble view anyway] to spread all the episodes out across all 4 sides.

The picture & sound quality is very nice [to my expectations], better than it was when certain cable TV channels used to show DRAGNET. I will not name this channel because they've gone downhill sadly like most cable channels over the passed 10 years -- but that's another topic NOT for this DVD review. [!] [:-)]

On the DVD itself [NOT the original film it was transferred from] there was also a "scratchy-static noise" that lasted a few seconds during the middle of the episode titled "The Big Kidnapping" [episode 3 on side 1 of disc 1] BUT THE DVD ITSELF DID NOT SKIP, IT DID NOT FREEZE & IT DID NOT JUMP TO THE NEXT CHAPTER.


I noticed this set was originally released in 2005, but the packaging cover that Amazon shows IS NOT like the one I received. Mine shows Jack Webb [without Harry Morgan] collaged with L.A.'s city hall. Anyway, no big deal.

Additional info;

In my humble view [again] when people complain about quality, I personally wish they'd isolate EACH level of a product and NOT just say "oh, this whole thing stinks" just because of one tiny defect even though the rest is fine.

For example some of the scenes look "grainy" -- yeah -- THAT'S because they were stock footage of L.A. or Hollywood from either Universal's "second unit"[?] team or who knows what source. But all the acting shots, with the actors in or outdoors, the quality looked & sounded as good as it could be with these shows then "studio standard".

I've always liked this show because I grew-up near the areas it was filmed so it's fun to see how these locations looked years ago. Adam-12 is cool [my opinion] for the same reason. Some of these places or streets [etc.] haven't changed much either since those days.

On the other side, even if "the stories were true & the names were changed" there's that gritty under-belly that has not changed even to this day.

Anyway, my DVDs played fine.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Universal Commercial 23 May 2014
By smiley - Published on
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I have been a huge fan of Dragnet since the 1990s when it was on Nick-at-Nite. I was elated when I saw that I could purchase these classic episodes on DVD to enjoy for years to come. This particular season was distributed by Universal. The episodes are fantastic and the quality of them are excellent. I gave the set 4 stars instead of 5 simply because before each and every episode is the Universal commercial/jingle. While I expect this at the beginning of the DVD, having it come on before each episode is pretty annoying. I will take it, though because I enjoy the show. I also have Dragnet 1969 (season 3 of the color edition) distributed by Shout Factory. The quality of both are great but season 3 only hasw the one shout factory commercial. If you are a die hard fan such as myself, you will enjoy watching the episodes of this season.
28 of 28 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Remastered and Complete 22 May 2010
By Michael B. Rovak - Published on
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I just purchased this set. The disks are marked Copyright 2005, but this is the 2010 version of the production.

Clearly, this set has been remastered. I found the prints to be flawless.

All 17 programs were there in color. The first disk contains 7 programs on side A, 7 programs on side B, and the second disk contains 3 programs on side A and nothing on side B.

All of the problems appear to have been addressed, making this item a GOOD BUY if you love this series.
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