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The Bionic Woman: Series 2 [DVD]
The Bionic Woman: Series 2 [DVD]
Dvd ~ Lindsay Wagner
Offered by Rapid-DVD
Price: £14.98

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Another great set, 28 Oct. 2006
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I was pleased with season 1 and am also pleased with this set. Except it is not complete. The second season pilot episode is actually Part 2 of a 2 part story that began as the 4th season pilot of Six Million Dollar Man entitled Return Of Bigfoot. So "In This Corner, jaime Somers" is actually episode 2 of the 2nd season. Another trivia item is that Part 2 of "Kill Oscar" is actually a Six Million Dollar Man episode and its obvious when Lee Majors isn't credited as a Guest Star in Part 2 and the text font for the episode credits is the same as all the SMDM episodes. But from what I have heard that is because when it aired in UK it aired as a Bionic Woman Episode so thats why the changes were made. Nevertherless, I am glad that was kept on the disk. Now lets hope that Univeral Playback doesn't wait so long in releasing season 3 as a year is a long time to wait. Of course as soon as I get all the sets, MCA in the US will of course release them always happens.

The Six Million Dollar Man: Series 2 [DVD]
The Six Million Dollar Man: Series 2 [DVD]
Dvd ~ Lee Majors

15 of 16 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The quality is much better for series 2...., 28 Oct. 2006
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Wow what a difference a year makes! I just received my copies of both 2nd seasons of SMDM and BW and am impressed with the transfer of both. Now if they would go back and remaster and restore season 1, that would be even better. A bonus on the 6th disc is that the episode The Bionic Woman is presented in its 95 minute form, not given the syndicated 2 part version treatment that was used on season 1 set for the three pilot episodes. So great job on that as well. Hopefully they wont wait as long to release seasons 3 through 5 and maybe someday they will release it in the United States though I must say that ordering from is quicker than waiting for it to be shipped in U.S. and I live down the street from Amazon...and it still takes 8 - 10 days. Anyway. Great item for the true fans.
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Battlestar Galactica: The Complete Series [VHS]
Battlestar Galactica: The Complete Series [VHS]

0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars The alternate Battlestar Galactica Series, 27 Jun. 2006
For those who aren't aware, despite several claims to the contrary, this is not the complete series, or at least not in its original form. What you have here is the 6 tape set ofa mix of movies and single hour episodes, most of them two parters. To be more specific, you gett the 125 theatrical version of Battlestar Galactica ( not the true 139 minute version) the single hour version of Experiement In Terra ( which was later made into a double length film, edited with bits and pieces of the Galactica 1980 episode, Return of Starbuck) 2 part versions of Lost Planet of the Gods,Gun On Ice Planet Zero, Living Legend, and Greetings From Earth ( called Greetings From Planet Earth on the box set) The rest, including a double length version of War of the Gods ( some sets actually had the 2 part version as well) and an edited mix of episodes from the original series bridged together by poorly dubbed dialogue and/or scenes from other episodes. These films were aired in select markets of the U.S. including alternate versions of the previously mentioned 2 parters. Video quality is very good in the PAL format. My copies were dubbed from PAL to NTSC and appeared a bit darker at times. None the less, despite those weak "bridging" scenes with badly dubbed dialogue, they are still fun to watch. My only gripe is they should have included the 3 part version of the pilot, as opposed to the already released movie version. I own several PAL tapes and have actually purchased 2 differnt versions of volume 1 as one version is the movie, the other was the 3 part version, which at the time, was the only way to see the pilot as it was, until recently, unreleased.

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