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Vegas: The Third Season, Volume 2

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  • Actors: Robert Urich, Bart Braverman, Phyllis Davis, Greg Morris
  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Studio: Paramount Pictures Home Entertainment
  • Release Date: Aug. 14 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0083TUECE
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #39,097 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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Synopsis: In this popular series, handsome, fun loving, private eye, Dan Tanna, drives around Las Vegas in his vintage Thunderbird solving private cases but is also on retainer to a wealthy casino owner to keep crime out of his hotels. He is helped by his smart and sexy assistant and his enthusiastic, yet inept, legman.

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By KaseyG TOP 500 REVIEWER on May 23 2012
Although it would have been nice to have full-season sets, at least CBS came through and brings us closure with this, the final volume of the 1978-81 ABC series.

The final 11 episodes included are:

Heist - Feb 25, 1981
No Way to Treat a Victim - Mar 4, 1981
Time Bomb - Mar 11, 1981
Out of Sight - Mar 18, 1981
Set Up - Mar 25, 1981
The Killing - Apr 15, 1981
Seek and Destroy - Apr 22, 1981
Dead Ringer - Apr 29, 1981
French Twist - May 6, 1981
Nightmare Come True - June 3, 1981
Judgement Pronounced - June 10, 1981

The guest-star roster is not as impressive for this go-round: Wayne Newton, Cristina Ferrare, Louis Jourdan, Randolph Mantooth, Richard Lynch, Edd Byrnes, Broderick Crawford, Victor Buono, Pamela Franklin, Paul Burke, Sybil Danning, Ed Nelson, Michael Constantine, Michael Cole and James MacArthur. Not the series' best bunch of episodes, but so great to finally have every episode of Robert Urich's signature series finally on DVD.
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It is so good to see the Vegas television series on DVD with the talented Robert Urich riding around in that beautiful red '57 Thunderbird. I always enjoyed this show with its cast of characters Binzer and Beatrice and Tony Curtis who plays Phillip Roth.
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This series ended far too soon. The scripts are fast paced and filled with beautiful women fast American cars and intelligent humor. It's a can't miss for anyone who experienced Vegas in the 70's.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
VEGA$ the finale Jan. 5 2013
By CreateEnergy - Published on
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This is a 3 disc set of Vegas containing the second half of season 3, the last season(11 episodes). Following the previous sets, there are no special features save for 'Episodic Promos' and subtitles in English. Picture and Audio quality are on par with the previous sets.

The last half of season 3 features the return of 'Slick' in 2 separate episodes. 'Binzer' who usually just gets bit parts, is featured in his own story as a couple of old cronies come back for his hide. Also Lt. Nelson is featured in his own story as he is set up by an elaborate ploy to be charged with murder as he gets a taste of being on the other side of the law.

And 'Mr. Las Vegas' Wayne Newton makes a return to the Vega$ set. In this episode a deranged stalker/killer who happens to be a Lounge Singer in a strip club wants to be the only Wayne Newton(this is the same actor who played a crippled vet who was hell bent on getting revenge on Dan Tanna during season 1). We get to hear Wayne perform his famous song 'Danke Schoen' as well as Frank Sinatra's 'My Way'. I'm glad to see that all the original music is intact in this episode.

The usual drawback to this release is that it is rather pricey for only half a season with no special features. But I am glad that this series is now complete and I have the whole collection(many other older TV shows are still stuck in limbo at season 1 or 2 with nothing on the horizon).
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Wow Feb. 15 2013
By Chymom - Published on
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I was only two when this great show was on but, I saw it in reruns for most of my childhood! It made my year to find all three seasons on DVD. This is giving me the chance to show my nine year old that while some times shows can have blood and hurting in them that doesn't have to be all the show is About. In Vega$ you can see where a lot of the shows a heading but, it's how they get to the truth that's the best!
If any one is looking for a show with action and drama this is one of the best! Having the late Robert Urich in it is a great plus! I may have only been a little girl when I first saw him however, even then I could tell you the man was HOT! Thanks for bring this show back. Now if we can get Spencer for Hire on DVD that would be great!
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I LOVE VEGAS Jan. 27 2013
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This is the final installment in Vega$, one of my all time favorites. I wish it was released in Full seasons, but I had to have all of them. They did a great job remastering and although several of the episodes were corny, I still enjoyed watching them and seeing the weekly Guest stars. I have met a couple of the actors over the years and they mentioned how much fun it was to film in Vegas back in the "old days."

Back in the 80's, I went to the property near the Circus Circus to see Tanna's house/office. It was in bad shape but we imagined Dan rolling in the garage door in the T-Bird. We miss you, Robert!
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I LOVE DAN TANNA !!!!!!!!!!! May 14 2014
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I loved Dan Tanna when I was a kid .... still do and probably always will. Gorgeous Robert Urich (SWAT, Spencer for Hire) was not only one of the hottest guys on t.v. at the time, but this show was one of the most popular. I'm really not sure if there were more female viewers than male, any more than I can say for sure that Charlies Angels had more male viewers than female, but I'd venture a guess that the stats were pretty even along the gender lines. Guys wanted to be Dan Tanna, and girls .... well, we just wanted Dan Tanna - Ha! He was handsome, charming, compassionate, original, and of course a very good detective.

The series had everything a good detective show needed - i.e. a HOT detective, good story lines, a long list of familiar guest stars, a really cool theme song, great character rapport .... and most of all the excitement of the famous Las Vegas strip. For those old enough to remember what Vegas used to look like (before it became an adult Disneyland), seeing many of the classic hotels that no longer exist is an exciting venture. While I love "new" Vegas, I also have so many lovely memories of the "old" version. Oh, and while many of the hotels in this series are no longer standing, Dan Tanna's home still is. The building that was supposedly owned by his boss (Ross), played to a tee by the late great Tony Curtis, still stands behind Circus Circus ... although it's fenced off. I make it my business to look at it whenever I'm in Vegas. It makes me sad and happy all at once. While I'd like to think that Dan Tanna would be quietly retired by now, the unfortunate reality is that Robert Urich died way too young.

Some of the classic shows still hold up today. I believe that "Vegas" is one of those shows, probably because I'm enjoying it as much now as I did when it originally aired. In fact, as I was quite young back then, some of the episodes are not so familiar and it almost feels like watching the show for the first time. For anyone who has never seen the series, but might be looking for a good detective show from the past (sans the violence of most of today's shows), I'd highly recommend you give this series a chance. As far as season 3, volume 2, goes, I don't have any particular favorite episodes, but I can say that there is an interesting variety of situations presented. There was only one Archie Bunker, one George Jefferson, one Matt Dillon, one Six Million Dollar Man, one Columbo .... and so on and so forth. The actors who portrayed those characters did so in a way that it's impossible to imagine anyone else in those roles. The same goes for Dan Tanna, as far as I'm concerned. Robert Urich was and still is Dan Tanna ... the best detective Las Vegas has ever known. Oh, and also the best looking .... Ha!

I don't know why it took so long for this great detective series to finally make it to the world of DVDs, but I'm so happy to now have all 3 seasons. There was something very special about the detective shows that aired back in the 70s and 80's ... a certain charm that rarely exists these days. If you're young and have only known the much more graphic, violent and intense dramas / detective shows of recent times, you might find a show like Vegas to be dated or corny. If you're open to a good show from the past, then give it a try. I can't say enough good things about this series. Loved it then; love it now !!!! R.I.P Dear Sweet Robert! You will never be forgotten!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Vega$ A Sure Bet!! Sept. 25 2012
By CJ - Published on
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Whoever decided to finish the collection gets a big thumbs up from me....thank you for completing my all time fave show with Robert Urich...watching the complete series was just as great as watching it when it first aired...great memories....couldn't be happier :)

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