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Vegas: Second Season V.1 [DVD] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]

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4.0 out of 5 stars Not Happy About Split-Seasons, But I'm Still Buying 28 Sept. 2010
By KaseyG - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
While it's great that CBS/Paramount is keeping "Vega$" on their DVD release schedule, keep in mind this could have been the completion of the series had they not chosen to release split-season volumes.

Like many, I am not happy about that, but I will keep buying, since it's unlikely Vega$ will show up on cable any day now, and if it did, at least 5 minutes of footage would be cut for more commercial time.

I was pleased with both Season One volumes, though the prints were not truly remastered. The opening credits showed much dust and debris on every episode. Season Two fares a little better visually on DVD.

The sophomore season suffers from the loss of Judy Landers as Angie, and the delightful Naomi Stevens as Sgt. Bella Archer. I loved how Bella treated Dan like a naughty boy every time he decided to sidestep police procedures.

Robert Urich continues to perfectly balance his role as rugged action hero and likeable everyman so that each episode is an enjoyable one.

He is still being aided by beautiful and competent secretary Bea (Phyllis Davis--who's a brunette this season) and bumbling sidekick Binzer (Bart Braverman), while Greg Morris ("Mission Impossible") is back as his superior who tries to keep him in line.

The guest stars on this show must have had a ball--flocking to the craps tables as soon as their shooting schedule was over. This season brings us then-up-and-comers such as a young Melanie Griffith, '70s TV fixtures like Barbi Benton, and legends such as Shelley Winters and Eve Arden.

As with the first season releases, the only Bonus Features are the original episode promos that originally aired on ABC as a teaser for the following week's show. These can be viewed in succession or just before each episode itself. The picture quality on these is good but shows some wear-and-tear and they are not remastered.

While Vega$ is not what I would call "top-tier Aaron Spelling" i.e. "Charlie's Angels", "Dynasty", "The Mod Squad", it is a great time capsule of Sin City during the disco era, with a gloriously overblown theme song, likeable action hero, great guest stars and exotic locale.

Buy it so we get Volume II!
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Vintage Vegas on Parade 19 Dec. 2010
By J. Sutton - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
For those of us who remember the Vegas of the 1960's through '80's with fondness, before high finance and over development and population saturation took over, here is your chance to revisit this city. Many exterior shot locations, including the downtown before it was covered and limited to just pedestrians. I was also pleased to see the continutation of this series and the great entertainment it provides. One of the best detective series of this era.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A great man gone too soon 19 Dec. 2010
By Frank C. Murillo - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Robert Urich what can you say except we miss you and your work on tv was incredible. All the series he has done Vegas was the bomb. A handsome detective with luscious beauties all around made this ABC series a hit.Only three seasons but all the episodes are fantastic filled with many guest stars of the time period.You definetly PI Dan Tanna in your dvd library.In case anyone didn't know he was married to pretty Heather Menzies of Logan's Run tv series fame as the tv version of Jessica. Hope may that series makes it to dvd too!Menzies is a delight to watch in that show.God Bless ya Robert you have millions of fans who miss ya.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Vegas Rocks 8 Feb. 2011
By L. Murphy - Published on Amazon.com
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Vegas Season Two, volume one is great. Watching the old episodes of Vegas takes you back to when television had great shows with excellent stories. For those who are reading this review, you will not go wrong purchasing this product. The show is full of action and drama. The police stories are so interesting, the show keeps you wanting to watch more.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Viva Las Vega$! 3 April 2014
By Retro Pixie - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Dan Tanna (Robert Urich) is back to clean up crime in Las Vegas and to spread joy to TVs everywhere by showing his legs in tennis shorts. His legs alone are worth the price of admission.

Season 2, volume 1(1979/80) is a great one. It seems like the Aaron Spelling production found its way this season. The stories were tighter & more interesting. Back for another season of stomping out crime in Las Vegas are: Bea, Dan's secretary (Phyllis Davis), sidekick Binzer (Bart Braverman), Lt. Nelson (Greg Morris) and Dan's good friend, Harlon Two-Leaf (Will Sampson).

There are 11 episodes of very good DVD quality and color in this half season. A few of my favorites:
-"Red Handed" - Two-Leaf is set up in a murder.
-"Dan Tanna is Dead" is a nail-biter as Dan fights for his life while trying to investigate who has poisoned him.
-"Night of a Thousand Eyes" - Robert Urich's real wife (Heather Menzies) guest stars as a detective from Atlanta. It's really funny to watch her demonstrate self-defense on him. They must have had a few laughs with that scene.
-"Shadow on a Star" - Urich's former "Tabitha" co-star (Lisa Hartman) guests in this one about a singer being assaulted. It's an intense one, but they did find a way to let Lisa sing in the end.

Other guest spots include: Wayne Newton, Gary Collins, Shelley Winters, Eve Arden and Barbi Benton.

This show has it all - camp, intrigue, the charming Robert Urich, great fun...and great legs!
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