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Quantum Leap - Series 1 [DVD]
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Theorizing that one could time travel within his own lifetime, Dr. Sam Beckett stepped into the Quantum Leap accelerator and Vanished...He woke to find himself trapped in the past, facing mirror images that were not his own and driven by an unknown force to change history for the better. His only guide on this journey is Al, an observer from his own time, who appears in the form of a hologram that only Sam can see and hear. And so Dr. Beckett finds himself leaping from life to life, striving to put right what once went wrong and hoping each time that his next leap will be the leap home.
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Special features wise, this isn't a treasure trove but the intros to each episode are useful, and the series appears to have been transferred with care to disc (only 1 episode of pixellation over 3 discs ain't bad). Hope that the wait to series/season 2 isn't long.
I must admit that, while I like the series, I've only seen maybe a dozen episodes over the years. Anytime I do catch a rerun, seems like it's one I've already seen. As a result, all the episodes in this set were new to me. Of course, that isn't saying much.
Season 1 was a mid-season replacement show. As a result, this season is only the pilot plus seven regular episodes. As with most shows, it uses this time to find the characters and polish the storylines. A few of the trademarks of the series aren't there as of yet. For example, it's on the last couple episodes that end with Sam's classic "Oh boy!" Still, we've got some entertaining stories here, stories that don't always go where you think they will. I especially enjoy some of the references to real history that Sam accidentally gets involved in, such as Watergate. These episodes also feature guest spots from Terri Hatcher and Jason Priestly before they became famous.
Two episodes stand out from this set. "The Color of Truth" sends Sam into the body of a black man in the south just before the Civil Rights movement starts. His unintended actions create quite a stir in the small town, and it highlights the evils of segregation with only minimal preaching.Read more ›
It is very easy to follow and understand. So don't let that put you off. I watched it when I was 10 and understood in perfectly. It was very enjoyable. This does not mean that it is childish in any way.
Overall this DVD is set at a great price. It is very enjoyable. Great for SciFi fans, but also equally as great for those of us that can't stand that intergalatic mumbo-jumbo.
I hope you find this review useful. If in any doubt read other reviews or simply purchase it. After all you can always return it if you chose to. The only bad thing is that after watching it, you will be back online ordering Seasons 2 and 3 from Amazon, which will cost you more money. However whats the point of money if your not going to spend it.
Thank You for reading this review I hope you enjoy it.
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It is hard to believe that a ground-breaking programme has dated so badly. I was a fan when it was new, and looked forward to going back over the first series again. Read morePublished 26 days ago by stephen
I've watched a bit of it out of memory of there being nothing much better being on at the time. Reminds me of how long the shows were and how far down the dvd player is.Published 6 months ago by John Henry Spencer
Very fast service loved quantum leap when i was younger when i saw the price i had to buy it and would recemend it to any sci-fi fan young or oldPublished 6 months ago by michael townend