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Sent to prison by a military court for a crime they didn t commit, these four commandos escaped from a maximum-security stockade and now survive in the Los Angeles underground as soldiers of fortune. Join B.A, Hannibal, Murdock and Face in all 97 episodes from all 5 seasons of this groundbreaking show, now fully restored and in hi-definition... in this action-packed 22-disc Blu-ray set! So, if you have a problem and there s no one else who can help, and if you think you can find them, maybe you can hire The A-Team. Bonus Material: Rumours of Soldiers of Fortune: Interview with Stephen J. Cannell The Great 80 s TV Flashback
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I consider many ep's from Season 2-4 to be among some of the best televison ever produced. Season One the show is finding its feet until it really hits its stride with the last few episodes of the 13-ep season. Season 5 has a fantastic 3-part opener but falls apart very quickly after that with an ep about American Football that is just awful! It may even be worse than the Boy George ep from Season 4! There was obviously a 2010 A-Team movie that fell a long way short of this series and there is also going to be a remake aired in America from this year. No doubt it will bow to political correctness and ruin everything that was so cool about the original show.
So if you want a killer theme tune; a lot of action; a show that has a great sense of humour; pure escapism; hrs of the legendary George Peppard (Hannibal has always been my favourite character) and amazing guest stars such as Hulk Hogan and Robert Vaughn buy this boxset and you won't be disappointed.
I just want to know does it provide subtitles or closed captions？
I need this function
Having watched an episode from a preview disc at a friends house I can say that the picture quality is an improvement over the old DVD release.
Okay the show is dated, it was made and set in the 1980s which is okay. Some of the plots are far fetched, and some acting is hammy in parts. But the series was never meant to be taken seriously although at the heart of each episode were stories about the A-Team defending the helpless and that was the key to its success. A similar format to other shows produced by Universal at the time like Knight Rider and Airwolf, even though the hero relied on a high-tech vehicles in those shows, any story could have easly been turned into an episode of any of these three series.
Some people are saying that this set is overpriced, but if one were to buy each individual season on Blu-ray it would work out at around £28 each, which works out around the same price of this set for all five seasons. Also production costs are higher for a small label as they have to license the series from Universal, and get the music clearance rights which alone can make or leave a release dead in the water as music licensing works out rather expensive. Like most releases the price will fall when momentum is gathered when sales take off.
Over the years i have bought the videos, dvds and now the blu-ray collection. So far i have watched the majority of season 1 on blu-ray and it is a massive upgrade in picture and sound over the dvds. The only trouble now it is so easy to see stunt doubles and bloopers that were a lot harder to notice when the picture was not as clear. Sound quality is much improved too, everything is so clear.
There are a couple of episodes so far i have noticed a scene or two that don't seem to be as clear as the rest (A Nice Place To Visit near the end of the episode), quality is similar to dvd. No idea why that would be.. See a few people complaining about missing footage from a couple of the double episodes (Bend In The River, Judgement Day), but for me that is not a big deal.
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People crying about the price it makes me laugh. .its 22 blu rays for gods sake what do you expect the price to be and it's a indï label releasing it ..Published 9 months ago by dave
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