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  • Actors: Lucy Lawless, Renée O'Connor, Kevin Smith, Steve Farac Ciprian, Celi Fonsesca
  • Directors: Andrew Merrifield, Bruce Campbell, Charles Siebert, Charlie Haskell, David Warry-Smith
  • Format: Box set, Color, Dolby, DVD-Video, 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: Feb. 10 2004
  • Run Time: 1056 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (49 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00012FX2C
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #70,017 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Jean-Luc on June 13 2004
Format: DVD
WOW. What a DVD set. Not only is Xena an awesome, awesome show, but this DVD set is truly DELUXE.
3 episodes per disc, not 4! How cool is that? That means less compression and better quality!
Every disc has at least one commentary track on it, which can be just audio or with video (ie. you can see the actors in the recording studio!!)
EVERY episode has a short FEATURETTE you can view that goes behind the scenes with interviews from directors, writers, producers, AND actors! These are incredibly fun. They make each episode feel like a movie.
The extras are unbelievable. The show is outstanding.
NINE discs. Count 'em. NINE.
Buy this DVD.
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Passion, jealousy, love, hatred, strengths, weaknesses, persistence, devotion, understanding, joy, sadness, longing, innocence, and betrayal... these are some words that describe the characters and the events that took place in this not-to-be-missed season 3 of Xena. In this season of "Xena: Warrior Princess" the audience journeys with the heroic adventures of Xena and her trusted friend, Gabrielle, as they battle the forces of evil and triumphed with their strength, understanding, and love for each other. The betrayal of the two heroines presented conflict in their relationship, but they were able to work through their differences and join force to battle and defeat gods and demigods to protect the innocent and fight for peace in ancient Greece. This season also revealed the mystery of Gabrielle's unborn child, which brought an answer to the viewers' question and concern. Simply put, these classic and adventurous 22 episodes of the third season certainly satisfied all Xena fans worldwide!
Starting out this season with "The Furies", the viewers examine Xena's paternity and issue concerns and questions. We also see Xena's comedic side as she is driven crazy by the Furies and acts most unbecoming of her. She has great comedic timing, which we can appreciate in further episodes such as "Warrior...Priestess...Tramp" in which Lucy plays three different look-alike characters. Included in this season was also "The Bitter Suite", which is a musical journey that explores the pain and healing after the death of Xena's son and her betrayal by Gabrielle. I truly enjoyed this episode because of its uniqueness and that it showcases Lucy amazing singing voice.
I also enjoyed "The Debt" and "The Debt II" because of its complex, yet collective fighting sequence.
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Finally! After disappointing efforts (in my opinion) in both the quality of the Seasons 1 & 2 DVD sets and the dearth of "extra" material, this set more than compensates! The video quality is exceptional, and the extra material is chock full of behind the scenes information. Almost every episode includes an interview with either the producer, actor or other behind the scenes personnel, and many include both video and audio commentary from the same. The video commentary by Lucy Lawless and Renee O'Connor on "The Bitter Suite" is worth the price of this set alone!
The various producers and directors comments give excellent and insightful background on what were the intentions behind an episode, the complexities and challenges involved in getting it done, and their perception on whether or not the attempted vision was successful or not.
In addition, the video commentaries by Lucy and Renee are not only enjoyable because of the information the two provide about an episode, but also because of the camraderie between the two actresses. It's obvious that they enjoyed working together, enjoyed the challenges of their characters, and are very proud of the work they've done. They are self-effacing, down-to-earth, and very quick to give credit to the other actors and especially the crew for their efforts in making the show a success.
The additional interviews and commentaries by actors Hudson Leick (Callisto), Ted Raimi (Joxer), and Alexandra Tydings (Aphrodite) are just as interesting and insightful; and the comments all make regarding the late Kevin Smith (Ares) are both genuine and poignant.
This set of DVDs has really set a high standard for the rest of the series' DVD sets. If Season 4, 5, and 6 are as awesome as this set, they can't get them out too soon! This set alone is more than worth the money - it's a MUST HAVE for any Xena fan!
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In my view, Season 3 was the best season of XENA. The quality of the show was at its pinnacle, sometimes achieving true brilliance (THE BITTER SUITE, for instance). The mix of drama, action and comedy was perfect -- this was the season that gave us some of the show's darkest and most tragic episodes (THE FURIES, THE DELIVERER, THE DEBT, MATERNAL INSTINCTS, WHEN IN ROME, SACRIFICE) as well as some of the most sparkling comedies (BEEN THERE DONE THAT, THE QUILL IS MIGHTIER..., FINS, FEMMES & GEMS). Epic drama in which gods battle each other and the fate of the world itself hangs in the balance blends effortlessly with the personal drama of friendship and maternal love.
As always, Lucy Lawless and Renee O'Connor are great as Xena and Gabrielle (with O'Connor very effective as Gabrielle's evil daughter Hope). The late Kevin Smith shines as Ares -- seductive and dangerous as the God of War, sexy and funny as the mortal Ares in THE QUILL... Hudson Leick gives some of her best performances here as Callisto (in MATERNAL INSTINCTS and SACRIFICE). Ted Raimi manages to be both funny and touching as Joxer (and excellent in a dual role as Joxer's twin brother Jett). There are also quite a few fine performances in the lesser supporting roles. A special mention goes to Marton Csokas, superb in dual roles as Borias (THE DEBT) and Khrafstar (THE DELIVERER). There's also Karl Urban as Caesar, Alexandra Tydings as the ditzy Valley Girl-ish Aphrodite, Darien Takle as Xena's mother Cyrene, the scarily excellent Amy Morison as the child Hope, Jacqueline Kim as Lao Ma, and Jennifer Ward-Leland as Boadicea.
A word about this DVD set: Third time's a charm -- finally, the extras are fantastic!
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