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Buck Rogers in the 25th Century: Season 2

4.6 out of 5 stars 9 customer reviews

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  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: French, Spanish
  • Subtitles for the Hearing Impaired: English
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Studio: Universal Studios
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars 9 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B0090F6SD4
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #17,372 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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As I said with my review of the first season - I remember watching this as a teen and thought it was a really cool update of the old black and white reruns that my dad watched as a kid. Sure it is a bit corny at times; and maybe more so now. However for the time it was on, it certainly was a good show. The effects were decent and still hold up. Certainly better then the original Star Trek and not as good as say the Next Gen. The story of the future is as credible as an other SciFi future. Gil Gerard did the character of Buck justice and loved Erin Grey as Wilma. Although they could have made her character a little more consistent. One minute tough as nails the next falling apart and unsure. She was something to look at though. This set is exactly what I remember, picture and sound quality was all great. - Now add the adventure moves out into space on the Searcher. This group is looking for human colonies that they lost touch with during hard times in the past. We meet Hawk in the first episode and he joins the crew. I always like his character and was anxious to get to the second season to see him. I forgot they really didn't utilize him much. We meet the old Dr. Goodfellow and his robot Chriton. Twikki is back but the voice is changed (in the original not just on this set). It takes on more of a Star Trek feel with the Searcher and exploration of the stars. Still all in all what I remember.
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Dans un digipack comprenant 4 DVD, cette saison est une véritable réussite tant dans les scénarios que dans la réalisation.
Je recommande vivement ce coffret. Il n'est malheureusement disponible qu'en anglais (cette saison n'a jamais été diffusée donc doublée en France) mais des sous-titres français sont présents.
L'image est très belle et détaillée. Aucun supplément par contre n'est disponible dans ce coffret.
Attention au niveau du matériel pour le lire. Zone 1 NTSC.
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As I mentioned in my review of Season 1, as the social pendulum swung over to the conservative, money-driven '80s, Season 2 deconstructed all it had achieved in the previous season. Gone was the Earth setting, along with stories concerned with the restoration of our fragile planet. Vanished was the idea of protecting what we have, replaced by the new, old agenda of expansion at any cost. Gone were the strong female characters such as Princess Ardala, and Wilma Deering was busted from the important position of Earth defense fleet commander to a glorified "cruise director" aboard the Searcher, and forced into a mini-skirt just to show off her legs.

Season 2 had it's decent episodes, thanks largely to the seemingly effortless talents of Gil Gerard, but it lost everything that had made the show special in Season 1. This set is worth getting, though, if only for the two-part episodic presentation of the 1979 film, which gives some extra scenes that help fill in the gaps of Buck's premiere adventure with scenes that were deleted from the theatrical presentation.
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Great seventies sci-fi stuff as Buck Rogers switches from interstellar James Bond to "Star Trek"-style space explorer.
Now serving aboard the starship Searcher alongside the beautiful Wilma Deering and his little robot pal Twiki, Buck gains a fierce feather-haired alien warrior sidekick named Hawk who is descended from the prehistoric bird people of Easter Island (hey, I did say it was the seventies...) as well as valuable scientific support from the always delightful Wilfred Hyde-White as eccentric old genius Dr. Goodfellow who is very much in the style of the Dr. Huer character from the original comic strip back in the thirties (that's not to say that the unfortunately absent Tim O'Connor version of Huer isn't missed on the show though!).
Star-faring fun for everyone, the only thing that any potential buyers should be warned about (other than the fact that someone else provides Twiki's voice for the first few episodes, although thankfully Mel Blanc does return for the rest) is the extra special feature on this set.
While the Season One set includes the original pilot movie that was released in theatres, Season Two has the extremely rare version that was broadcast on television complete with new scenes edited in to set up the rest of the first season's episodes.
Unfortunately, the print they found is not in any sense of the word a good one and is quite dark and blurry a la some poorly-recorded old VHS tape, but with the video and audio quality of the rest of the episodes being so high, this is obviously the best that they could find and I for one am more than happy to see it after all these years despite its poor condition.
If you are a fan of this show and seventies sci-fi in general, this is definitely worth checking out.
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only recommended for those totally into classic 70's cheesy science fiction, right up their with logans run, battlestar galactica, etc.
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