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All In The Family - The Complet


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  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00007KK5K
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #5,844 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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All in the Family: Complete Second Season.

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5 stars

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By David Von Pein on Oct. 30 2003
Season 2 of "All In The Family" (1971-1972) was the season when this stellar CBS-TV situation comedy really took off, with many, many memorable episodes during the year's 24-episode season. (And many Emmy Awards verify the quality of these shows.)
The DVD video quality of this set (just like the Season One boxed set) is rather subpar when you compare it to almost any other TV-on-DVD product on the market. The sharpness and clarity of the images is far from ideal. But these (now quite old) programs were produced on "tape", and not film. Taking into account the "taped" source material that the DVD makers had to deal with, I guess the quality is of an 'okay' nature. Colors aren't very saturated and the mono soundtrack is a bit shrill at times.
But these quality issues simply MUST take a back seat when it comes time to decide whether or not to purchase this 2nd-Season boxed set. These episodes of this all-time Classic TV comedy are timeless, and still very fun to watch today. Sure, it'd be great if this set had the near-perfect picture quality of FOX's outstanding boxed set of "The Mary Tyler Moore Show". But "Mary" was done on "film", which obviously makes a big difference when it comes to transferring these programs to the DVD format.
"All In The Family" Season Two gives us these side-splitting offerings ......
>> "The Saga Of Cousin Oscar" -- Possibly THE funniest sitcom episode ever made! ("Well, I'll see whether we can pass the market on the way [to Oscar's funeral].")
Oh, man! My sides hurt! :)
>> "Mike Meets Archie".
>> "Edith's Accident" (the famous "Cling Peaches In Heavy Syrup" episode).
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on Dec 23 2003
Everyone is whining about the poor picture quality about this DVD. All In The Family, like many other sitcoms of the era, was recorded on videotape, a cheap alternative to film, but it also aged quickly. Videotape uses a magnetic method of storing images; north and south, on and off, etc and tape slowly demagnitizes. Film doesn't. So over 30 years later, there's bound to be some degradation of picture quality. These look exactly the same as the Nick At Nite airings, contrary to an earlier review. Bottom line: this is as good picture quality as it gets.
On the DVD itself: I love this show. Evry single episode is hilarious. Carroll O' Connor is 100000% perfect for the role of Archie Bunker, All-American. I just wish that there was even a lousy commentary track by the surviving members of the cast. Anyway, get it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By B-MAN on Aug. 8 2003
The Second Season is even funnier than the first and there's 11 more episodes for the same price! The writing is at its best and right from the first episode of the set all the classic character traits of both the Bunkers & the Stivics are firmly in place. The second season of All in the Family ran from September '71 to March '72, back when Emmys and Golden Globes (for which this won 7 & 2 respectively) were given to sitcoms and actors who actually deserved them. Now they give them to Will & Grace and Frasier? Anyway, the second season has 24 laugh packed episodes including several memorable moments like when Sammy Davis kisses Archie, Mike has an intimacy problem, Edith goes through "the change", Archie gets stuck in an elevator, Maude comes over, and Edith has an accident involving cling peaches (in heavy syrup)! Here's the episodes you get...
Disc One:
Gloria poses in the nude
The saga of Cousin Oscar
Flashback: Mike meets Archie
Edith writes a song
Archie in the lock up
The election story
Edith's accident
Mike's problem
Disc Two:
The blockbuster
The insurance is canceled
Christmas day at the Bunkers
The man in the street
Cousin Maude's visit
Edith's problem
The elevator story
Archie and the FBI
Disc Three:
Archie sees a mugging
Mike's mysterious son
Archie & Edith alone
Edith gets a mink
Sammy's visit
Edith the Judge
Archie is jealous
Maude
Don't dummy up or be a meathead...buy All in the Family Season 2 today and have a piece of groundbreaking and hilarious sitcom history preserved in digital at the push of a button! Come on Season 3! I can't stifle myself much longer!
Also recommended:
The Jeffersons, Seasons 1 & 2
Sanford & Son, Seasons 1, 2, & 3 (coming in October!)
Good Times, Season 1 (where's season 2?!)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Lori Kaminsky on June 27 2003
I bought this dvd and the audio doesn't match the visual. You can hear the characters start to talk seconds before their lips start to move, and their lips move seconds after the talking stops. This is very annoying. It is also anoying during the talking- the audio and visual are so out of sync it's like the talking is coming from the tv and the characters are just moving their lips- as if the shows being narratored instead of acted out.
Now this was one dvd player (in my room), I tried another (in our family room), and it was alot better- still a little off, but bareable- unlike the first dvd player.
However, since I like watching All in the family at night before bed in my room I returned the dvd.
I returned my dvd and got another one in another store- it was the same thing. So, I returned that one too.
So, if you have a VERY good dvd player, maybe you won't have a problem with this dvd.
But, if you just have a good player, I would recommend getting this show in vhs (unless they re-issue this dvd after fixing the problem). Which I hope they do.
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