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  • Actors: Michael Jordan, Scottie Pippen
  • Format: Box set, Color, DVD-Video, NTSC
  • 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: 4
  • MPAA Rating: NR
  • Studio: Warner
  • Release Date: June 1 2004
  • Run Time: 922 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0001Z37IQ
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #58,088 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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Discipline, dedication and desire were the hallmarks of the Chicago Bulls of the 1990s. Capturing six (6) NBA titles between 1991and 1998, the Bulls were the most dominant and arguably the greatest basketball team ever assembled. Enjoy over 15 hours of spectacular highlights from those Championship seasons on 4 discs. And for the first time ever on DVD, see the greatest Finals games in Bulls championship history.

Over the course of 15 hours on four double-sided DVDs, Chicago Bulls: The 1990s documents the Bulls' incredible run of six NBA championships in eight years led by the game's greatest-ever player, Michael Jordan. Like the earlier DVD release Ultimate Jordan, it collects a number of programs originally released on VHS, in this case the yearly highlight videos that summarized each of the six championship seasons, plus a five-minute introduction that covers the franchise starting in the 1960s and ending with its drafting of Jordan.

Where the NBA Dynasty series (the other initial entry is the slightly meatier Los Angeles Lakers: The Complete History) outdoes Ultimate Jordan is in the six playoff games--one for each year--as they were originally broadcast, minus halftime and commercials. Having the nearly complete game (usually running 90-100 minutes, from the TV introductions to post-game interviews) means you can skip straight to John Paxson's clutch basket or what was expected to be the final shot of Jordan's career. Or you can savor each game in its entirety, all the better to appreciate the artistry of Jordan in his three-pointer barrage against Portland or his "flu game" against Utah. You can see other great players too, of course, including Jordan's teammates--Scottie Pippen, Horace Grant, Dennis Rodman--and those opponents unfortunate enough to face the Bulls--Clyde Drexler, Charles Barkley, John Stockton, Karl Malone, and others. Because these are all NBA Finals games, you won't see Jordan's shot over Craig Ehlo or his 63-point coming-out party against Boston, but the 1990s Chicago Bulls were a team for the ages, and merely having their games--some of them all-time classics--available for home viewing is a major milestone in archived sports. --David Horiuchi

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By JW on June 4 2004
Format: DVD
You'll read other reviews who praise this DVD simply because of the subject matter. I shall not do that. Yes, the Bulls of this era were incredible, but just because this DVD awr focuses upon them doesn't mean that the DVD set itself is incredible.
In this set we are treated to a number of features, including a "history" of the bulls, along with recaps of each of their championships and six "complete" games, one from each of their championship runs.
Why they entitled the "history of the chicago bulls," as they did is beyond me. This is no history. This is a brief rundown of their lack of a championship with an extremely short runtime and a mention of Jordan as a segway into the discs other features. This might actually be the only new content on the disc, as all of the other features (even the games) are taken from content that has ran on NBA TV for quite some time.
As for the recaps of each of their championship runs, they are certainly full of great footage and interviews but they certainly show their age as they are not new. As I said before, each of these has already been broadcast on NBA TV numerous times and if you've seen it once the suspense is lacking. Replay value is at a minimum here.
While listed as the "Extra Features," the games featured on the set are actually the bread and butter. Presented just as they were when originally broadcast the quality of the games is superb. But wait. What's this? They slice out parts of the games? You'll find yourself wondering what happened when you miss an entire 8 minutes of the first quarter. Why? Because the games, too, are part of the "NBA's Greatest Games" series broadcast on NBA TV and were edited to run in the time alotted by that channel.
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By Brian Maitland TOP 500 REVIEWER on Dec 11 2006
Format: DVD
Love the season highlights and the Bulls history part of this set but the choice of games is puzzling. Look, I get there is an overemphasis on the Finals but I'd sooner see either the best game of the Bulls' entire playoff run in any one year or a game of more significance. For example, in 1991 I'd rather see the Eastern Conference Finals Game 4 where the Bulls finally defeated their nemesis, the Pistons, and in a sweep. The 1992 game they chose I can live with but in 1993 the BEST game of that Phoenix Final was game 3 that went to triple OT. Suns were down 0-2 playing in Chicago and pulled out a 129-121 win. Sure it isn't a Bulls win but it was probably the most exciting game the Bulls played in all their Finals. In 1998, sorry, boo hoo they give us MJ's final game but that Utah series was dull compared to the Eastern Finals that went 7 vs. the hated Pacers.

I'm not complaining but I think the choices of games were more A than A+. A small point but one I hope the NBA will look at as they continue these "Dynasty" series sets.
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Magic on the break, Worthy fills the lane, Magic to Worthy... here comes MJ... and Worthy takes it over MJ for the jam! Facial!.... Half-court set, Magic at point. Back door Coop-a-loop -- over both MJ and Pippen! In their face!! That's what time it is, baby! The Bulls will never be in the same class as the Lakers in their prime. But second best is not too shabby, and the Bulls deserve their props. Just get the Lakers DVDs first. And if a Celtics Dynasty DVD set was available, I'd get that just to see more Lakers games. But no Celts, so the Bulls must suffice. So, this is good stuff. Excellent team, footage, packaging and layout cannot be beat. One thing I'd change; the Bulls disc has 1991 NBA Finals Game 5. I'd prefer to see game 2; where the Bulls, after losing game 1, started to pull away... and MJ did the "I'm gonna dunk, no, think I'll lay it up" move, and looked at the Laker bench like "whassup?!" as he ran back for defense. At that exact moment, all was crystal clear: The Bulls had turned it on and pulled ahead in the game, they would win the series (you could see it), and the Lakers were eclipsed -- quite easily, once the Bulls changed gears. So, game 2 was the changing of the guard. Otherwise, great DVD set. But get the Lakers first, and see the greatest team ever!!! (And good ownership and management too :-)!!!)... And better looking cheerleaders and crowd.... Besides all that, full props to Da Bulls!
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Don't get me wrong. This dvd set of the team of the 90's, is magnificent. Even though I am a laker fan, I have great respect for what the Bulls did in the 90's.
I purchased both NBA Dynasty Series DVD sets of the Lakers and Bulls. I watched one game from each set; Game 1 of Lakers vs. Sixers, and Game 6 of Bulls vs. Jazz. I was in awe of watching Lakers vs. Sixers from 1982. Just nonstop action, fast breaking and great fundamental plays from both teams. There was no constant one on one play or numerous isolations from one player or launching three pointers from 30 feet. These two teams stayed within themselves, took the open shot when they needed to. It amazes me that they could hit the perimeter shot with ease, whereas today's players have a very difficult time doing. That was a great game, the best the NBA could offer at that particular time.
I wish I could've said the same of Bulls vs. Jazz game 6. WAtching these two teams going long stretches of struggling to score, or make passes, or take clean shots, was painful to watch. Too much attention to fancy play and dunks has hurt the fundamentals of the players. This game was a perfect example. A lot of people want to compare the Bulls to the great teams of the 80's. Gimme a break. They couldn't compete with the Lakers of the 80's. Heck, they would have a very difficult time getting out of their own conference. The eastern conference was loaded in the early to mid 80's, with Boston, Philadelphia, Milwaukee, New York, Atlanta, etc. The bulls were perfect for the 90's, the era where the game began to decline.
I guess we can thank Pat Riley and the Knicks for that!!!
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