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She-Ra - Princess of Power: Season One, Vol. 1 (1985)

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  • Actors: Melendy Britt, George DiCenzo, John Erwin, Linda Gary, Alan Oppenheimer
  • Format: Animated, Box set, Color, DVD-Video, NTSC
  • Language: English, Spanish
  • 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: 6
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: BCI - A Navarre Corporation Company
  • Release Date: Nov. 7 2006
  • Run Time: 30 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • ASIN: B000IU37T8
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #21,184 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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52 of 53 people found the following review helpful
Great Box Set, Much Effort Put Into Release Oct. 29 2006
By Dorrie Wheeler - Published on Amazon.com
If you were pleased with the DVD releases of He-Man and the Masters of the Universe, you should be equally pleased with the She-Ra Princess of Power DVD box sets. She-Ra Princess of Power Season One, Vol. 1 features the first thirty two episodes of the series. This is the first season set release for She-Ra, as the prior She-Ra release was a ten episode best of release.

It's clear from the packaging and beyond that Ink & Paint put as much effort into the She-Ra release as they did the He-Man series. The box design is similar and similar to the He-Man sets there is artwork on the spine of the box that will one day form a complete picture. The She-Ra DVD box set also includes two collectible 4X6 art cards and a plethora of bonus material.

The DVD set begins with the five part episode The Secret of the Sword. If you purchased The Best of She-Ra this past summer, these are the same episodes that were featured on that set. For those who don't recall, The Secret of the Sword is the animated movie that introduces the She-Ra character. Prince Adam makes a trip to Eternia and before all is said and done, Adora finds her power as She-Ra when she raises the sword aloft, she fights being brainwashed by the Horde, and much more. Basically, this is the movie that introduced the She-Ra character and tells her background. Adora is the twin sister that He-Man never knew about. Both have alter ego's, his is He-Man, hers is She-Ra.

The episode quality is really good. She-Ra is a show that appealed to both boys and girls. Although She-Ra was a female heroine, many of the shows episodes featured strong storylines by supporting characters. One character who enjoyed a lot of screen time was Bo. In the episode, "The Red Knight," Bo feels his manhood was challenged when the mysterious Red Knight beats him in a series of physical events. Feeling down, Bo leaves home and sets out for the Whispering Woods along. In another episode, two young boys tell Bo that their father's axe was stolen, when actually they lost it. Bo goes off to retrieve the axe and finds danger. She-Ra rescues him.

She-Ra has many friends including Castaspella, Madame Razz, Glimmer, and Cowell. Light Hope and Madame Razz are among the few who know share the secret that Adora is She-Ra.

Similar to the He-Man series, there is a moral or lesson at the end of the episode which is explained for viewers. She-Ra is an enjoyable series, and it's good to see the show on DVD after waiting for so long.

Special Features

The Stories of She-Ra, Part 1 (documentary)

2 Full Episode Commentaries

Full length animated storyboard with interactive comparison

2 collectible 4 x 6 exclusive She-Ra cards

50 detailed profiles of various characters

Loo-Kee's Fun Facts and Trivia

DVD Rom features and language audio tracks
19 of 20 people found the following review helpful
It's Like Seeing Them All Again for the Very First Time... Nov. 20 2006
By BRADLEY R HUTSON - Published on Amazon.com
This is a great box set loaded with extras of one of the greatest animated shows of the 1980's. Even though I probably saw most if not all of these episodes 21 years ago, I don't seem to remember any of them. Watching them now is still highly enjoyable, even at 34 years old. I guess I'm still a big kid at heart. :)

One thing I have noticed when watching the episodes is how much Catra seems to annoy me. I could really do without all of her catlike sounds while talking! When she's a person, she should sound more like a person and not how a cat might sound if it could muster up some words from the English language. Oh well, like it really matters. I just had to get that off my chest.

I'm sure you can have faith that Entertainment Rights will get the remainder of this series out on DVD as quickly and with the same quality as they did the He-Man series. Unlike other publishers, they will not leave you hanging. If you're looking for some great entertainment from yesteryear, you can't miss with this set. For the Honor of Grayskull!
16 of 17 people found the following review helpful
By F. Reyes - Published on Amazon.com
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Of course this show gets all 5 stars. It is a classic. As a child I was facinated by She-Ra and her twin brother, He-Man. How many times did I raise my sword and chant, "For the Honor of Greyskull... I am She-Ra!"? They just do not take the time to animate any more. Have you seen cartoons on TV these days. They are soooooo generic, and sloppy! Well most anyways! This show did not only contain great animation, but great story lines as well.

Now for the packaging. It is great. There is a different character on every CD and the art is beautiful. Some of the best packaging I've ever seen for any DVD collection out there!

It is a must get for original fans, and even New Ones!
13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
The Princess of Power returns Oct. 16 2006
By Thomas Krider - Published on Amazon.com
At last now that the release of He-Man and the Masters of the Universe's complete series has happened, we can see the beginning half of season one with She-Ra Princess of Power Season 1 Volume 1. Thanks to BCI Eclipse, He-Man's twin sister gets her spotlight. The first five episodes, of course later to be released in movie form called The Secret of the Sword, plus episodes such as King Miro's Journey. That episode of course when Randor's father crosses over to She-Ra, also marking a cross over from He-Man himself. Also The Sea Hawk, where we are first introduced to Sea Hawk and in which we begin to see a hint of romance between Hawk and Adora.

And dont forget other important aspects to these releases. We have a new batch of art cards, as well as the Stories of She-Ra Princess of Power part 1, with more documentaries, commentaries with Andy Mangels. Now we need shows such as He-Man and She-Ra to let us know and remind us of the decency and quality of animation back in the day. Where violence and shows that could result with a drug induced psychosis werent a factor, it was just fantasy and fun.

Well I await with baited breath the arrival of the first volume of She-Ra's first season. And I can not wait for the rest of the volumes to make their appearance so I can own not only He-Man's complete series, but She-Ra as well. Thanks to BCI Eclipse for making this show accessible to viewers.

Now For The Honor of Greyskull, Let The Power Return! At least a few more times anyway.
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
There's a little bit of She-ra and He-man in all of us Jan. 23 2007
By Linda Isakson - Published on Amazon.com
This box set is absolutely fabulous! The packaging and designs are beautiful. The shows are just as imaginative, exciting, and fun-to-watch as they were when I was a pre-tween. I especially liked the storywriters commentaries about the development of Etheria, the characters, and the differences with Eternia.

When I was young I loved the story, characters, and artwork. Now as an adult, I can fully appreciate the social and political commentaries that permeate each episode (government corruption, team-work, fighting for ones values, negotiations over violence, love, respect, kindness, and wisdom).

It seems, many years after the shows ended, that we all can still find a little bit of these heroes and heroines in all of us. Can't wait for the Volume 2 to be released!

Thank you so much for releasing these timeless classics in such a beautiful manner.