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Tour of Duty Season 1 [Import]

Terence Knox , Stephen Caffrey , Aaron Lipstadt , Bill Duke    NR (Not Rated)   DVD
3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (81 customer reviews)
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Disappointed... July 18 2004
By A Customer
How can there be no original sound track in this DVD??? Initially, I wanted to buy this D.V.D very much, as these series has being part of my teenage days. Without the Original Sound track, it makes me feel that something is not there in these Series...
I prefer to own a set of DVD with the Original Sound Track than having some missing feelings for it.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Good show, good music July 18 2004
I wish I could give this show 500 stars to counteract some of the reviews here that seem to think Tour of Duty is nothing more than a soundtrack.
This is an incredible show, with outstanding plots and wonderful actors. TOD manages to tell meaningful stories about world-shattering events on a personal level, without resorting to melodrama or overblown special effects. This tv show compares well with the best of the big screen, where characters and plot are often sacrificed for big explosions and fancy camera work.
I watched the entire first season in less than a week. I can't wait for Season 2, with or without the Rolling Stones.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Better TOD with generic music than no TOD at all. July 18 2004
I thank Zev Braun and his top notch advisers for telling our story right, and Sony for offering it to a new generation at risk. Once again, our precious youth are being sent into harm's way by a weak president, based on lies and disinformation.
All you teenagers: buy and watch this before you enlist! And if you still do, God bless you and keep you from harm. HUA?
To Sony: I'll buy season 2, and season 3 no matter what. But yes, I'd also like to see the original music, and I'd buy season 1 again if a version with the original was released.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Disappointed but glad to see TOD on DVD July 15 2004
When I saw the DVD at the store my heart skipped a beat. However, I am one of those purists who was also disappointed with the music or lack thereof. I encourage the producers to include the origional music on the subsequent seasons to insure positive reviews and sales. I was in Vietnam in 1963 and TOD was my show during the 80s when it became cool to be a Vietnam vet. I especially enjoyed the last season when the squad was assigned to SOG. As far as I'm concerned this is our show and we would like to see the music of our era included. This series reflected in some ways the way we felt in country and when we came home. I should point out that the cast would travel to Vietnam reunions and events to make an appearance on behalf of the show. It was very gratifying to see these young actors pay tribute to those of us who were really there. Please do not abandon this series just because you dont like the music and allow the subsequent series to not be released. Funny, isn't that what happened with the war in Vietnam? We were not allowed to continue and win the war because people disagreed. Sounds like history repeating itself. To you who are undecided and stressed about the generic music, be satisfied that the series is on DVD and buy it to insure the future release of the next two seasons.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Paint it (with different music) Feb. 23 2006
'Tour of Duty' is one of my favourite televisions series. It didn't last very long, but while it did, it presented a fairly realistic depiction of life in a squad of soldiers in Vietnam. Together with the series 'China Beach', it began to open doors to a difficult subject for the American public to deal with -- the American public, after all, got to see the Vietnam war almost live, day by day, year after year, in their homes on the television sets, the first war for that to happen. The controversial nature of the war and 'peace' aftermath made dealing with the subject tricky, but the writing, acting and direction in this series was superb.
The story follows an infantry company 'in-country', Company B, that is made up of a typical mixture of young, green recruits (often draftees) and a few experienced leaders, on their one-year tour of duty in Vietnam; the series began (and this video begins) in 1967, one of the early hot years of the conflict. The base is a typical firecamp, nicknamed Ladybird, with bunkers, sandbags, jungle surroundings, and lots of mud.
Stars of the series include many second-tier Hollywood film and television actors, who are all much better actors than their stature might indicate. Key figures included experienced and battle-hardened Sgt. Zeke Anderson (portrayed by Terence Knox, who has been star or guest star on dozens of television series) and relatively-new officer Lt. Myron Goldman (Stephen Caffrey, soap opera star also noted for some quality film work), as they work together to guide a group of men through the literal and metaphorical minefields of the Vietnam war. Other actors include Eric Bruskotter, Joshua Maurer, Kevin Conroy, Stan Foster, and Tony Becker.
In the pilot to the series, the men have a mission to destroy a hidden NVA base headquarters.
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1.0 out of 5 stars One unhappy lady!!! July 16 2004
As a die hard TOD fan i am desperate to buy this on DVD, but i just can't do it!!!!!!
How could anything replace the original music, especially those first few beats of the title
'paint it black' that sends shivers down my spine and takes me back to being a teenager when i was allowed to stay up late on a Friday nite to watch it with my dad.....
As people have said before, think i'll stick to my VHS copies!!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Missed the Music, but the stories are still GREAT July 15 2004
By A Customer
At first I missed the music, but by the time we were done watching the complete set, I never knew the music was missing. Instead I just bought me a Rolling Stones CD to listen to.
We were sorry there were none more to be watched. Can't wait for the next set to be released!!!!!!!!!!
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