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Xena: Season 5

4 out of 5 stars 7 customer reviews

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  • Actors: Lucy Lawless, Renée O'Connor, Jenya Lano, Kevin Smith, Paris Jefferson
  • Directors: Allison Liddi-Brown, Andrew Merrifield, Doug Lefler, Garth Maxwell, John Fawcett
  • Format: Box set, Color, DVD-Video, Full Screen, NTSC
  • 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: 9
  • MPAA Rating: NR
  • Studio: Starz / Anchor Bay
  • Release Date: Oct. 19 2004
  • Run Time: 1040 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 7 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B0002RQ2S0
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #52,476 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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Xena Warrior Princess - Season Five

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Format: DVD
From what I remember watching this season when it first aired on television, it was very good. I especially liked the season premiere, I think it was one of Xena's best episodes, also this season concludes the last Hercules episode which was awesome. The season finale was a show not to miss, very exciting and a thrill ride. Overall this season is excellent and I recommend this season and all the previous ones.
I have to agree with one of the other commentaries about the packaging. I also bought Hercules season 4 and Anchorbay did the same thing as Xena season 4. I am scared of breaking my dvds just trying to get them out. I think it is a bad set up. Besides the packaging goes the series is still worth it.
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Universal still hasn't released Seasons 5 & 6 in North America, which is why I ordered this set from a British company. It doesn't say on the ad, but this DVD will only play in Europe, Australia, and South America. I have a region-free DVD/Blue-Ray player, so it's not a big issue with me, unless I want to lend out the discs.

As for the DVD set itself, it's pretty basic: you get all 22 episodes and that's it. No subtitles, no liner notes, and of course no bonus material. There are some previews at the beginning, which you can skip over to get to the menu.

The quality is good. Sound and picture are fine with no flaws.

It's about half the price of the Anchor Bay version, so if you live outside Regions 2/4, and you can't wait for Universal to release Season 5 in your part of the world, and you have a way to play these, then yes, it's a good deal. And if you live in Europe, then go for it. It has the other episode where Xena sings.
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I never got past this season watching Xena on television. Watching it a second time, I can now see all the work spent on making the series world real. I wouldn't say it's the best Xena season, but the quality is still pretty good.
There are some nice extras on this set, but it's a little annoying when they keep showing the show instead of the person they are interviewing. Ah well.
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This isn't about the show, or even the DVDs, this review is strickly about Anchor bay and their ever changing packaging.
It seems that as far as Hercules, Xena and Highlander are concernes, Anchor Bay can't make up it's mind how many disks to put in a set, how to put the disks in the set, or how to produce the set itself.
The last box sets in all three series were half an inch thinner than all the others, making these last packs look very odd when put next to the others. This is mostly due to a new box design that Achor Bay is now using which puts two DVDs in a single plastic case, one overlapping the other, instead of one case per DVD which had been the case up till then.
This may seem like a small gripe, but at the price these sets are going for, they should all look the same. It's particularly irksome for Highlander, because up until season five this was turning out to be one of the finest looking DVD collections ever, but with the new size for Season Five the whole thing looks like a mistake or a new series. In short, it looks like hell!
The other part of the complaint is the number of disks. It's eight, it's nine, it's ten! The seasons all have more or less the same number of episodes, why does the disk count keep changing? In one box set the tenth disk is in a thin cardboard enveloppe and tucked in the package, in another it has its own plastic tray like the DVDs!
Come on Anchor Bay, pick a system and stick to it, how hard is that?
I don't know how much money they saved making this last change to the two disk trays, but I'm sure it wasn't enough to warant the change. If you want to look at a disk that happens to be at the bottom, you have to take the other disk out. With ten disks, looking for you favorite shows can become difficult, messy, and potentially you could damage a disk.
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