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Are You Afraid of the Dark? Season 3 (Bilingual)

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  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Dubbed: French, Spanish
  • Studio: Direct Source Special Products
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #71,535 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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There is a secret spot in the woods, known only to the members of the Midnight Society, where the most creepy and spooky tales ever heard are told. Every week the members meet to recount unearthly and eerie stories around the campfire, each story beginning with the proclamation: "Submitted for the approval of the Midnight Society, I call this story" Season 3 features many frightful favorites, including The Tale Of Watcher's Woods, the terrifying account of two campers who discover that their campsite is in a particularly evil section of a ghostly forest. The Tale Of The Bookish Babysitter recounts the weird story of a boy whose strange babysitter has a curious way of making him interested in reading. The Tale Of The Quicksilver, one of the season's most popular episodes, sees two brothers battling a bloodcurdling ghost with the help of a surprising ally. 13 half-hours or tale-telling fun!

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Full Screen Presentation
Interactive Menu
Episode Synopses


The #1 Show for Teens -- TV Guide


Best Children's Program or Series
-- Gemini


Best Direction, Children's Television
Chicago International Film Festival
-- Gold Hugo

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Its nice to finally have the series on DVD. It would be nice if there were some special features to go along with it, but over all the picture and sound quality is good.
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x9a6764d4) out of 5 stars 16 reviews
25 of 26 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9a8e72a0) out of 5 stars *NOT A BOOTLEG!* 100% AUTHENTIC! June 18 2007
By Mike Lombardo - Published on Amazon.com
Okay, I'd like to clear up a few things about these dvd sets. "Are You Afraid of the Dark" was one of my favorite shows as a kid and I almost didn't buy this dvd set, I'm glad I did. Alot of peolpe are wondering if these are bootlegs. They are not. They are 100% authentic dvds. THe show was a canadian show that Nickelodeon co-produced and released in America. The dvds are from the canadian company. Don't expect a Nickelodeon rlease of the show. They seem quite content screwing over fans of early 90's Nick, by cnacleing the release the final season of Pete and Pete, and not putting any of Salute Your Shorts on dvd either. The biggest issue people were worried about with these dvds was The first seasons packaging. It is a tri fold out cardboard case, like a standard tv show dvd is. The problem is, it doesn't include an outer sleeve to put it into. It's supposed to be that way, so don't worry. Not the best packaging, but it works. The other 2 seasons that were released do include an outer sleeve, which I definitly prefer, but the first season is acceptable. The dvds are of great quality, the picture and sound qaulity is great too. Don't expect remastered in surround sound and high def, but they are better than your average tv broadcast quality. Another question people had was about the changed opening. The first season has a changed opening. They cut the regualr opening short and added a bunch of scenes from the show cut to the credits music. Season 2 and 3 have the original opening you all remember and love. And finally, the question of altered scenes in episodes. In the first season, The Tale of The Hungry Hounds, a scene in the begining is cut where the main characters friend jumps out and scares her in the attic. It cuts akwardly instead to her reacting and doesbn't make any sense in the context. I don't know why thet did it, but the episode is far from ruined with that 5 second scene excised. The only other part thet changed was the song at the end of the Prom Queen episode. They changed it because they lost the rights to the song. Again, not a big deal, but be forewarned. These dvds are definitly worth the price, and they will play in your dvd player. They are Region 1 which is North America and Canada so don't worry. They are not available in American stores as far as I know, so ebay and amazon are your best bet for getting them. Hope this helped to clear up a few things, and let's hope they put out the rest of the incredible show soon!
15 of 16 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9a786708) out of 5 stars I bring you the tale of... May 26 2007
By Raychel G. Terschluse - Published on Amazon.com
Oh, to be young again. I love the fact that my old tv shows are on dvd. One might have thought that they would stop at season 2- but it looks like all the seasons will be on dvd soon. Season 3 is better than than 1 and 2 because the episodes became more inventive and scarier. The bookish babysitter is one of the shows more popular episodes. These sets are a steal at the asking price. This show made me so happy as a kid and at the age of 25 I still find myself getting lost with the Midnight Society. Although there are no extras, lets be honest- you buy this because it is a cool show that almost never had a chance of getting to dvd. The 3 disc collections includes the following episodes.

1.The tale of the Midnight Ride

2.The tale of Apartment 214

3.The tale of the Watcher's Woods

4.The tale of the phone police

5.The tale of the dollmaker

6.The tale of the Bookish Babysitter

7.The tale of the Carved Stone

8.The tale of the Guardian's Curse

9.The tale of the Curious Camera

10.The tale of the Dream Girl

11.The tale of the Quicksilver

12.The tale of the Crimson Clown

13.The tale of the Dangerous Soup

Such an inventive show for kids and adults who just want to sit down and remember what it feels like to be a kid again.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9aa98300) out of 5 stars One of the best shows ever! Nov. 13 2009
By Teresa A. Edgar - Published on Amazon.com
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Are You Afraid of the Dark was one of the best shows Nickelodeon ever played. The kids used to watch it every day after school, and can't believe they don't play it anymore. When I found out it was on dvd I had to get it, and it is definitely worth the price. This series is classic and should be a part of every fan's dvd collection. Some of the best episodes are on this season: Watcher's Woods, The Dollmaker, and The Bookish Babysitter.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9a8e5990) out of 5 stars Most expensive of the SEVEN seasons... season ONE & THREE. Nov. 27 2013
By T=H=E (WAS # 229[once upon a time in an Amazon...far...far away!]) Time-Traveller - Published on Amazon.com
Notice I rated this five stars?
I'm using my opinion of the releases of
==> Volume 1
==> Volume 2
==> Freaky Favorites [mostly from season 6]

==> Seasons 2; 4;5;6;&7 which cost me $40, each.

I like the show SO much, I'm looking into get-
ting seasons 1&3, which cost $150(ugh!), each.

Good luck! Oh! I'm 64, and a REALLY big kid!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9a8fb5b8) out of 5 stars Such a good show Dec 31 2011
By ST - Published on Amazon.com
90s Nick shows truly were the best! This was one of the better ones. The best episodes from this season are:

- Tale of the Quicksilver
- Tale of the Dollmaker
- Tale of Watcher's Woods
- Tale of the Phone Police