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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Season 1 [Import]

Cam Clarke , Barry Gordon    Unrated   DVD
4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (48 customer reviews)
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Original 87 film, includes 4 never-seen episodes.


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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome! May 12 2005
By A Customer
Format:DVD
The cover of this DVD had me worried, but the episodes ARE the original 5 (and then 3 of the later ones that make you realise why the series was cancelled). The bonus episodes were a little odd, and the DVD put the first 2 in the wrong order. My friend and I didn't understand the first one at all, and then we realised it should have been second.
But overall, this was worth the money just to see those first 5 episodes, I had never seen the first ones as a kid. It was also funny to realise that James Avery (Uncle Phil from Fresh Prince of Bel Air) is the voice of Shredder.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Got it for my boyfriend. Dec 31 2012
By Necol
Format:DVD|Verified Purchase
This was his birthday present, he loved it. He watched this show all the time when he was a little kid.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Happy Grandson! Jan. 6 2011
Format:DVD
My grandson is 3 and he really enjoys the TMNT. My son was "into" the TMNT as well and we had the movies on VHS only. I was very please and so was my little grandson to find them on DVD. He watches them often.
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Format:DVD
This dvd is excellent. I took me a few minutes for me to jog my memory of the episodes, but I enjoyed every minute of them. Well worth the buy for the price. And when they say never before seen episodes they weren't kidding, I don't remember those bonus episodes at all.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome! May 12 2005
By John
Format:DVD
The cover of this DVD had me worried, but the episodes ARE the original 5 (and then 3 of the later ones that make you realise why the series was cancelled). The bonus episodes were a little odd, and the DVD put the first 2 in the wrong order. My friend and I didn't understand the first one at all, and then we realised it should have been second.
But overall, this was worth the money just to see those first 5 episodes, I had never seen the first ones as a kid. It was also funny to realise that James Avery (Uncle Phil from Fresh Prince of Bel Air) is the voice of Shredder.
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5.0 out of 5 stars WORTH BUYING!!! July 29 2004
Format:DVD
IF THE ONLY THING STOPPING YOU FROM BUYING THIS DVD IS THE KIDDIE LOOKING BOX ART, DON'T WORRY. IT'S NOT AS BAD AS IT LOOKS IN THE PICTURES SHOWN. I JUST GOT MY COPY FROM AMAZON AND IT DID NOT HAVE THOSE HAPPY FACES DOWN THE SPINE OF THE DVD COVER.

GREAT BUY, AND A MUST-HAVE FOR MY DVD COLLECTION.
COWABUNGA!!!
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5.0 out of 5 stars teenage mutant ninja turtles rule !!! July 19 2004
Format:DVD
the first 5 episodes are great but one thing bad is that they should've made the bonus episodes like one from season 8 called REVENGE OF THE FLY(last appearences of baxter the fly which he goes mad on revenge n turns every one in the city into mutant insects like himself). They also should put (turtles trek episode for bonus to cuz that's the last regular episode of long time enemy shredder where the technodrome gets destoryed)...
MY favorit teenage mutant ninja turtles character which is one of the bad guys is BAXTER STOCKMAN the fly, unfortionally they don't show him as a fly on DVD.
I already have a tons of ninja turtles VHS tapes, but I search though the whole tire internet an can't find REVENGE OF THE FLY, and TURTLES TREK episodes to buy or down load.
turtles trek is one season 9 on tmnt series.
But it was nice of them to put dregg on bonus episodes cuz I like him to, but I'm still dissappointed cuz there's alot of old skool ninja turtles episodes out there that I want to see, defenly the 2 I listed.
The new ninja turtles on fox 25 is a good show but not near as good as the old skool ninja turtles that I grew up watching.
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5.0 out of 5 stars 3rd time reviewing it: clearing things up July 17 2004
Format:DVD
OK, after reading some of the reviews that have been posted since my last one, I feel obligated to clear a few things up.
First and foremost, to anybody who keeps referring to this as the "original" TMNT: this cartoon series was NOT the first incarnation of the turtles! TMNT started out as a black-and-white, PG-13 rated comic book series created by Peter Laird and Kevin Eastman in 1984, 3 years before the original cartoon ever premiered. It was definitely NOT something for young kids to look at due to the amount of violence and general content of it, plus ALL the turtles wore red in that one, not just Raphael; the only reason they have different colored bandanas in the cartoon was so children could distinguish who was who. It was this series that about 90% of the first movie and the current cartoon are based off of.
Next, for those who are totally confused about Dregg: Dregg is an alien, meaning he's not from Dimension X. He's in no way connected to Shredder and Krang other than when he pulled them out of Dimension X in the hope that they could help him defeat the turtles in a 3-episode story arc in the last season of the cartoon. He didn't totally come out of the blue either; in the first episode of season 9, "The Unknown Ninja", Dregg makes his debut when his ship (the Dreggnaut) enters our solar system. He's a fugitive of war and trying to find gold (for what purpose I don't remember). One thing leads to another, and he and Hi-Tech make plans to sneakily conquer Earth, and of course the Turtles come to the rescue.
Now, what do I actually have to say about this particular DVD?
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