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The Road to Avonlea: Season Two


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  • Actors: Sarah Polley, Jackie Burroughs, Mag Ruffman, Cedric Smith, Lally Cadeau
  • Directors: Allan King, Don McBrearty, Harvey Frost, René Bonnière, Stuart Gillard
  • Writers: Fiona McHugh, Grahame Woods, Heather Conkie
  • Format: Box set, Color, Dubbed, DVD-Video, NTSC
  • Language: English, French
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 4
  • MPAA Rating: NR
  • Studio: Pindoff Record Sales Ltd.
  • Release Date: April 25 2006
  • Run Time: 600 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0000C89IU
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #23,694 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

Product Description

All 13 second volume episodes of this award-winning series are now available for the very first time on DVD in a fabulous 4-Disc Set. VOLUME TWO of this beloved family classic, features special guest appearances by Peter Coyote, Michael York, Michael Mahonen, Madeline Kahn, and many others including several of the original “Anne of Green Gables” cast. Also included is a Behind the Scenes Special with cast & crew interviews about the making of “Road to Avonlea Filled with timeless tales of romance, tragedy and comedy you will enjoy watching “Road to Avonlea” The Complete Second Volume over and over again.

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By dsdawn on Oct. 9 2003
Format: DVD
The second season of Road to Avonlea has to be one of my favourites. Some great characters and guest stars in these 13 episodes, many of them not-to-be-missed! The show itself I would give 5 stars, it's perfection. The only reason I gave the DVD 4 stars is because I was a bit disappointed with the bonus features (couldn't they have included more, like better cast interviews, deleted scenes, etc), and some of the quality of the bonus features was not up to par. But overall, a fantastic show I would recommend to anyone.
Looking forward to Season 3 on DVD!
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By elfdart on Oct. 14 2009
Format: DVD
the second season of Road to Avonlea is just as lively and full of character and spunk as the first one. the first season ended with sarah deciding to stay in avonlea with her family instead of returning to Montreal with her father, and the second season takes up where the first left off. this season focuses on allowing the audience to acquaint themselves with the residents of avonlea, instead of using the people of avonlea to develop sarah's character, which is what i felt the first season did more. in many of the episodes sarah doesn't play an inciting role as she did in the first season, she's just more along for the ride here, which unfortunately forshadows future seasons. i personally most enjoy the episodes that focus on the king family, and while i value and enjoy the time given to going into the lives of some of the other town members, i wanted the story to focus more on the king children/ adults. i loved marilla and rachel in anne of green gables, i already know who they are and have watched the anne movies enough times over to have familiarized myself with their personalities and dynamic. seeing them in road to avonlea is nice and provides familiarity, but i find that i don't really enjoy the episodes focused on them as i do when they're just side characters as i already know who they are.

but the focus on other people provides the viewers with an outside perspective of the king family. this is one of the reasons this show is so rich and intricately woven. the story isn't told from just one perspective, but from many perspectives. so one minute we are seeing from the perspective of one person, and the next from another who shows us a different perspective on the first person.
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Format: DVD
The Road to Avonlea Series is a brilliant family friendly series fit for both the young and the old. It lacks Disney like kitschy sappiness and provides enough human substance to satisfy a stauch Krysztof Kieslowski fan like me.
My four favourite characters - I can't choose which one I enjoy watching the most - Colleen Dewhurst (Marilla Cuthbert), Sarah Polley (Sarah Stanley), Jackie Burroughs (Hetty King) and Patricia Hamilton (Rachel Lynde) - each is a delight to behold. The rest of the cast is excellent too. I own the first two seasons on DVD so far and will preorder the subsequent releases.
The DVDs are however disappointing in that they are double sided and lack many special features. The picture quality has improved from the terrible MPEG compression artefacts of the first season boxset however. This series is highly recommended despite the technical flaws of the DVDs.
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This is a great home town feel of the good ol' days, Canadian style! Absolutely beautiful cinematography of P. E. I. and wonderful vignettes of times past.
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