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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Season 1 [Import]


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Product Details

  • Actors: Cam Clarke, Barry Gordon, Rob Paulsen, Townsend Coleman, Renae Jacobs
  • Writers: David Wise, Fred Wolf, Kevin Eastman, Peter Laird
  • Format: NTSC, Import
  • 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
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: Lions Gate
  • Release Date: April 20 2004
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (48 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0001FVDG4

Product Description

Original 87 film, includes 4 never-seen episodes.

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on May 12 2005
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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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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Format: DVD
As thrilled as I am to know that the golden egg of childhood television has been brought to my home, especially since it's in DVD format this time, I still have my share of complaints against the DVD itself. I don't know if some of these drawbacks were because of monetary problems or something else, because they seem like problems Artisan could have easily circumvented, but whatever the reason, it should be changed for the next TMNT DVD. And it really, really would be in Artisan's best interest to make another one of these DVDs. Fans who watched this show a little bit more than a decade ago and fans of the new series will always continue to purchase these DVDs as long as they continue to be released.
THE GOOD:
-I like the slip on cover. You don't see too many of those these days outside of Disney DVDs. But they did make it a little too tight...
-Some may complain about the simple, silly looking artwork, but it fits the DVD just fine. The silly, simple happiness of the cover captures the essence of the first season, if not the whole series. However, future season DVDs should have a different, maybe more exciting cover, like with Casey Jones/Krang/Shredder/etc. (this cover suits this DVD perfectly, though).
-The price. Another reason why I would buy ten of these DVDs (if there were ten) instead of two of the new TMNT DVDs.
-The original TMNT were brought to DVD!!! This mere fact makes this DVD better than most out there. PLEASE RELEASE MORE OF THESE ARTISAN!
THE BAD:
-The bonus episodes. Initially I was excited to finally see the tenth season episodes that I knew were not available on VHS (nor were shown on television), but it was way too early for these episodes to be released.
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Format: DVD
I'm a fan of both the original and new (current) series, but I'm not so fanatical as to know the exact order the episodes came in. This DVD has five of the earliest episodes (supposedly the first five, in order), with a "play all" DVD menu option, but there's no way to chapter-skip within each episode. The sound and picture quality are what's to be expected of an animated TV show from the 80s.
The four bonus episodes are later in the series, and don't seem to be in chronological order on the DVD. There's no "play all" for these episodes either, unfortunately. The fact that these bonus shows are included makes me think they might not release any more original series DVDs, which would be a shame. Or maybe they're only going to release the first season or two (in my opinion, it didn't improve with age).
I highly recommend this DVD to any fan of the original series simply for nostalgia, and also to any parent of a young child (4-10) who seems to enjoy the new/current series. The new/current series is action with a little humor (more appropriate for teens), whereas the original series on this DVD is humor with a little action, and is more appropriate for younger kids.
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Format: DVD
I'll try not to ramble on since my gripes about this DVD release of the original TMNT cartoon series have already been well-stated by another viewer. But I want to make my opinion known as well.
First off the good things. The first five episodes (in fact the entire first season) of one of my favorite cartoons from growing up are finally in the now-dominant DVD format. The episodes are shown in proper order (even the videos didn't get that right) with no cut scenes or dialog. Fans now in the 18-25 range nostalgic for the shows of our youth (and many of us are) will undoubtedly be very happy with the fact that this great show will not stay on analog master tapes to decay without a trace.
Unfortunately, my approval ends there. Like the other reviewer, this DVD release of TMNT Season 1 suffers from the following shameful shortcomings:
1) single stereo track, no surround sound. As a matter of fact, poor sound period.
2) no chapter breaks (this is particularly ridiculous, it would not be that difficult to encode chapter breaks on the DVD)
3) awful image transfer. It truly does look like they just ran some fresh VHS tapes through a digital capture process. It looks very homemade. A person with a Pinnacle capture card, fresh tapes and a Hi-Fi VCR could do just as well.
4) Ridiculous packaging. These Turtles are drawn on the packaging like the only people looking at should be five year olds and under. I was slightly embarassed to actually walk up to a checkout counter with such a ridiculous looking item.
Forgive me all if I'm being too nitpicky, but come on wouldn't we all be willing to pay twenty bucks for TMNT first season that actually looks like some care was put into preserving it? F.H.E.
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