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Cobra: The Complete Series [Import]

Michael Dudikoff , Allison Hossack , Brad Turner;Jorge Montesi    NR (Not Rated)   DVD

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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars GREAT SERIES Nov. 19 2010
By Nadia - Published on Amazon.com
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This series is about a crime fighting organization called COBRA founded by the father of Danielle LaPoint, the lady portrayed by Allison Hossack. Michael Dudikoff ("Scandal" Jackson) stars as an ex-navy SEAL, and James Tolkan (Dallas Cassel) stars as Head of Cobra (an ex-FBI agent). I got hooked on this series from the beginning. Unfortunately it didn't last long. Casting was absolutely perfect--especially James Tolkan as the head of Cobra and Michael Dudikoff. The writing was absolutely super, all was absolutely great--fabulous & mesmerising episodes. The only thing wrong was the audience that didn't appreciate this series.

There was humor, there was wisdom, there was intensity, mystery, action, suspense--everything--PLUS an AWESOME car, cute guy & pretty girl--I have no idea what cheesy dialogue some people are talking about--this series has great humor, wisdom and everything else that goes with a great series--there is no crudity, nothing that your teenager could not watch. It is great writing, great television, and as I said, the only thing that didn't work was the audience unable to appreciate a work of television art.

This series is intense & mysterious without crudity as many of the popular shows today--it's decent--perfect for anyone.

Perfect for a gift to just about anyone, especially to oneself--this purchase and gift to me coming soon. I remember being enthusiastic about this series, but I had to check it out from a library loan first because I didn't remember all the episodes. I am thrilled with this series all over again.
12 of 14 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Series Feb. 21 2010
By Robin R. Bittner Sr. - Published on Amazon.com
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I really love this series, I am surprised that I did not ever hear of it until I found it on Amazon. My wife and I will sit up late sometimes and watch an episode. To date we have watched about 1/2 of them. I think the car is a beauty all by itself. Some of the dialog is a little corny but I think it adds to the entertainment.
11 of 13 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Love this series Feb. 7 2010
By Fan of Dark Hunter - Published on Amazon.com
Loved this series when it came out and was very saddened when it got cancelled. It can be cheesy but if you like Michael D you will enjoy the show.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Entertaining but cheesy fun Jan. 31 2011
By Michael Seiber - Published on Amazon.com
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I remember this show back when it was on in the mid 90s and loved the show then. I was a huge Dudikoff fan and just love the car. It doesn't take itself seriously either. I have enjoyed watching the show again as I don't recall any of it and even though it can be cheesy at times, especially the old nintendo soundtrack, it is still fun to watch. I am almost done watching it again and have begun though to notice some of the same driving footage repeated in episodes but think a lot of shows similar would have the same problem. I would recommend though for some cheesy entertainment plus can't beat the price.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Has it been sixteen years? Dec 29 2010
By Mickey Glitter - Published on Amazon.com
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I watched this in its original run back in the early 90s and I think I may have taken it far too seriously back then. It's not a great show, but it's not bad, either. Adoring Allison J. Hossack in her role as Danielle wasn't hard to do then and it's certainly not any more difficult now. For me, she's the highlight of the entire program. James Tolkan is perfect as Dallas and Michael Dudikoff...where to start? He's got a beautiful smile and some of the best hair going. Seriously, I mean that.

A few things I've noticed this time around: 1) Did COBRA have some sort of color dress code? This holds true more for Danielle than the other two; she seemed to have four colors in her Dressbarn wardrobe: red, white, black, and blue. At least Scandal threw in a little green from time to time and Dallas, well, he had those obnoxious ties. 2) What was with all the PURPLE in the episode called Haunted Lives? Really, watch it and tell me if you don't notice it. 3) The sheer amount of repeated footage staggers the mind. I'm not just talking about location shots of Avery Tower, either. Action shots are reused within episodes and from episode to episode.

Standout episodes include Lorrinda (LOL-worthy; Alice Ghostley is wonderful); Something in the Air (more for the personal interaction b/t Scandal and Dani than anything); Lost in Cyberspace (because it's so ridiculous and unintentionally hilarious); Precious (ROCKY TINDERBROOK and Dani in her black dress-naturally); and though I haven't rewatched it just yet, Honeymoon Hideaway (because I remember really liking it the first time I watched it and thought Dani and Scandal would have made a great couple).

I bought the set used and think what I paid was a fair price (including shipping, it was under $10). The DVDs themselves have no extras, but I've come to expect that from Mill Creek. I'm just thrilled the show's available on DVD now. I'm not sure I could find the old VHS tapes I have, even if it had crossed my mind to revisit the television of my early 20s.

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