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Due South: Call of the Wild


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Due South: Call of the Wild + Due South: The Complete Third Season with Original Pilot (4 Discs) + Due South: The Complete First Season
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  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Studio: Alliance Atlantis
  • Run Time: 100 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0000CD5JP
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #30,898 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Heroine Librarian on April 22 2004
The last episodes (and easily among the best) of Due South are presented here with no frills or extras, but with good quality sound and picture. (A bit like Fraser himself, if you think about it.) The two parter is presented exactly as it aired, complete with two sets of opening and closing credits and a "previously on Due South," at the beginning of the second episode (which covers the episode you have most likely just finished watching).
Still, this episode represents all that is best about Due South, the humor (and slight absurdity, especially with the para-Mounties, parachuting in to save the day in their dress uniforms), the touching (the story of Fraser's mother's death is dealt with), and the wonderful wit of the writers. Add in the appearance of both Ray Vecchios, an especially good soundtrack (above even Due South's average high standards), and the glimpse into the future for the main characters, and you've got an episode that is well worth owning.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Paul J. Mular on March 5 2004
This two-parter is probably the best episode of the last season. The original Ray returns as the show explains his disappearance.
Platinum Disc Corp has made an excellent DVD on this title, complete with surround sound. This is surprising as Platinum generally only does Public Domain titles (which they do a very good job with).
I only gave it 4 stars because there are no extras, alternate languages, or subtitles.
As of the end of 2003, this episode is not on any of the Canadian DVD releases.
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This two-parter is probably the best episode of the last season. The original Ray returns as the show explains his disappearance.
Platinum Disc Corp has made an excellent DVD on this title, complete with surround sound. This is surprising as Platinum generally only does Public Domain titles (wich they do a very good job with).
I only gave it 4 stars because there are no extras, alternate languages, or subtitles.
As of the end of 2003, this episode in not on any of the Canadian DVD releases.
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Love this show ever since i first saw it on air... Would have liked to see some extras with this series finale disk but satisfied nonetheless. Thanks a bunch
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88 of 91 people found the following review helpful
Basic, but sufficient April 22 2004
By Heroine Librarian - Published on Amazon.com
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The last episodes (and easily among the best) of Due South are presented here with no frills or extras, but with good quality sound and picture. (A bit like Fraser himself, if you think about it.) The two parter is presented exactly as it aired, complete with two sets of opening and closing credits and a "previously on Due South," at the beginning of the second episode (which covers the episode you have most likely just finished watching).
Still, this episode represents all that is best about Due South, the humor (and slight absurdity, especially with the para-Mounties, parachuting in to save the day in their dress uniforms), the touching (the story of Fraser's mother's death is dealt with), and the wonderful wit of the writers. Add in the appearance of both Ray Vecchios, an especially good soundtrack (above even Due South's average high standards), and the glimpse into the future for the main characters, and you've got an episode that is well worth owning.
59 of 62 people found the following review helpful
The best episode of the last season! March 5 2004
By Paul J. Mular - Published on Amazon.com
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This two-parter is probably the best episode of the last season. The original Ray returns as the show explains his disappearance.
Platinum Disc Corp has made an excellent DVD on this title, complete with surround sound. This is surprising as Platinum generally only does Public Domain titles (which they do a very good job with).
I only gave it 4 stars because there are no extras, alternate languages, or subtitles.
This is now available in the Canadian Season 4 set, so you may not want to duplicate your purchases.
55 of 65 people found the following review helpful
Pilot Confusion Sept. 24 2004
By Christy Furbish - Published on Amazon.com
I was a DUE SOUTH fan from the show's beginning to its end. That it was on the air for such a short time is unfair. The last two episodes of the series were fantastic. However, I have a huge complaint. Why on earth doesn't someone recall the first season so they can add the pilot to the disc? Or, at least, put the pilot on its on disc. Whoever got the bright idea of adding the pilot to season 3 as a bonus should have realized that this wasn't such a brilliant idea after all. To have to buy season 3 just to watch the pilot is ridiculous. It's too confusing and doesn't make any sense. Someone please do something!
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Unnecessary buy Nov. 24 2007
By Tomasz Nowicki - Published on Amazon.com
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Without warning this item was already included in Due South: Season Three
(4DVD pack), so I bought a double, when I ordered Season 3 and this.
Otherwise OK as Due South go.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Don't Buy If You Already Own Due South DVD's! June 8 2012
By N. Barnes - Published on Amazon.com
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If you own the season 3 American Release or the season 4 Canadian Release of Due South then you already own this 2 episode wrap up of the show. There is nothing new on this dvd.


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