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Own every episode of every series in this complete collection of hit series Quantum Leap.
Get ready to join Dr. Sam Beckett on the adventure of many lifetimes! Who will he be this time? Mafia hitman. Air Force test pilot. Professional boxer. Sam does it all this groundbreaking, 5-time Emmy award-winning series.
Scott Bakula plays Sam Beckett, a time traveller who never knows whose body he is going to "leap" into next or at what moment in history he may find himself. Sam is joined by a helpful but easily distracted holographic guide, Al (Dean Stockwell), who assists him on his missions and aids Sam in him ultimate goal of returning to his own life in the present.
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The idea of a scientist who leaps from one body to another during different periods in his lifetime enables the makers of the series to show off a wide variety of genres from the 1950s to the 1970s - with classic clothing, cars and scenery to match. It tackles sometimes challenging issues - Southern States segregation, prejudice against the Japanese, the horror of Vietnam, blindness, women establishing themselves in the workplace, gang violence - as well having fun with topics like the birth of Rock and Roll, a college fraternity house and 70s disco.
Sam Beckett (Scott Bakula) is a rather untypical "action hero", as a scientist with lots of hidden talents who is also very handy in a fight and contrasts with his buddy Al (Dean Stockwell), who materialises in holographic form to advise Sam on what to do, partly based on information from a temperamental computer (Ziggy), but also relying on Al's vast experience of life, including life in an orphanage, being captured in Vietnam and more marriages than he can remember. Together they make a great team. Sam often gets to kiss some beautiful women, while Al's tangled love life sometimes distracts him from being there when Sam needs him most. The episodes where Sam leaps into a woman's body are some of the most entertaining as Scott Bakula in drag is anything other than feminine.
The characters are great, the cast is well selected and the acting excellent.Read more ›
It wasn't as good as I remembered it but nonetheless a great show!
I just loved when Sam (Scott Bakula) jumped, sorry leaped from human to human at the end of each episode, it could of been a women or man and at first he didn't have a clue who he was or why he was sent there, but with the help from his hologram partner Al (Dean Stockwell) plus his hand held device called Ziggy, they would work as a team to help solve problems or save lives so he can leap to his next assignment . This is a great series, which has a cult following, I can see why.
I particularly enjoyed the "musical" episodes and also the funny ones where he acted as a woman, (without looking feminine in any way). There were a couple of really silly ones, The Right Stuff and Eight and a Half months, also I thought the Evil Leaper a bit daft, but the longer episodes - Trilogy and the first "test pilot" episode were excellent. Although Scott Bakula looks nothing like Lee Harvey Oswald his portrayal in that episode was so unsettlingly good, I almost believed he was LHO by the end. I'm sorry I've seen all 95 episodes now and enjoyed them so much I'm going to start at the beginning and watch them again.
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Everyone should be made to watch this, I think it would probably fix the world overnight.Published 14 days ago by Sam Wonder
This was as you'd expect, all discs present however one episode did not play, I expect this is a scratch. Otherwise very pleased with this purchase.Published 15 days ago by Aiden Wilson
I loved Quantum Leap when it first came out. It's still good but blimey the treatment of 'issues' is pretty clunking. I used to love Al when I was younger. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Little Ray of Sunshine
I do love the set as it is containing all of the episodes of one of my favourite series, but some episodes are not in order which slightly spoils the whole idea of box set. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mr. P.
No there is several disks that are scratched and not playingPublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Nostalgia at its best!!!! I got the set as I watched the series as a kid.. watching it now I see that each episode had its lesson to teach.. awesomePublished 3 months ago by David Hughes