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Xena: Warrior Princess - Season 4

4.8 out of 5 stars 26 customer reviews

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  • Actors: Lucy Lawless, Renée O'Connor, Ted Raimi, Kevin Smith, Hudson Leick
  • Directors: Bruce Campbell, Andrew Merrifield, Chris Graves, Doug Lefler, Garth Maxwell
  • Format: Box set, Color, 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: 10
  • MPAA Rating: NR
  • Studio: Fox Video (Canada) Limited
  • Release Date: June 15 2004
  • Run Time: 1056 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars 26 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B0001US6D2
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #37,232 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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Xena Warrior Princess. Season 4, new on DVD.

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This is probably the best season of Xena: Warrior Princess. Finally free of its parent show Hercules : The Legendary Journeys, the show is allowed to branch out into some interesting new directions and take on a bit of a different spin. This season shows pretty much the last of the crossovers between characters from Hercules into Xena and establishes the main cast of characters that will be definitive to the show.
The first three episodes deal with Xena searching for her dead sidekick Gabrielle by travelling to the Amazon Land of the dead where she battles the shamoness Alti and frees the spirits of the dead Amazons of her wicked past. Eventually she recovers Gabrielle but, she has been changed by the loss and the quest. We begin to see the relationship between the two characters begin to take on a new level that will eventually cause arguments for years to come.
I dont like to write spoilers so from an overview perspective highlights of the season include a hillarious send up of "Footloose" dubbed "A Tale of Two Muses" and a reoccurring band of characters from Roman Times that we all know from reading Shakespeare's "Julius Ceasar." There are also several appearances by the "King of B Movies," Bruce Campbell as Autolycus, King of Thieves, which are always welcome to me in any series. The show stopper is, appropriately, the season finale "De ja vu, All over again," which is so funny I have to wonder if the great Yogi Bera had something to do with the script other than lending the title!
The stocking stuffers on this set are incredible. I have yet to see this much bonus content on another series. The packaging is a new and compact design that is unique from what I have seen out there. Apart from the eight discs with episodes and commentary there are two "bonus discs" just for special features which I haven't seen outside of "The Lord of The Rings" releases. This set is definitely worth the money.
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Thank the Gods! Yes Xena and Gabrielle ride again from the very first episode "Adventures In The Sin Trade" which heralds Xenas frantic quest to find her lost soulmate..Gabrielle! Who we saw tumble allegedly to her death into a pit in the last episode of season 3..we laugh and cry as our Warriors are reunited in the third ep "A family Affair" a big surprise awaits new Fans in this episode (I wont ruin it) hilarious episodes "In Sickness and In Hell" amd "If The Shoe Fits" will leave you rolling on the floor with laughter..season 4 marks big changes for our Ladies including a shorter do for Gabrielle, the loss of Xenas bangs...Fans get to travel to India where they meet new friends and a very different God..demons also figure into this explosive Season..fans are saddened by the loss of a beloved Friend and heart broken as the second to the final episode of the season draws to a close..a definite not to miss episode..Xena fans both new and old will be extremely happy with this dvd set loaded with great features including Director cuts of some Fan favorites..deleted scenes, photo gallery, interviews with the many of the stars including Lucy Lawless and Renee O'Connor plus much much more waaay too many goodies to mention here...Battle On Xena!
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This box set is a break from the usual 6 disc set, with bonus material and all the episodes, including an extra CD-ROM, the volume spans 10 discs! With improved encoding, color correction and clean up, Xena never looked so good. This season features a special treat with a peak at her bare bottom in one episode, and come on, that is what makes this show so great, beauty and brawn like only Xena can deliver! (...)
Xena Season 4:also has loads of extra
Adventures In The Sin Trade 1 and 2 -- interviews with RJ Stewart & Eric Gruendemann, Lucy & Renee & Rob Tapert
A Family Affair -- interviews with Chris Manheim, Liz Friedman, Doug Lefler
In Sickness And In Hell -- audio commentary by Lucy & Renee
A Good Day -- interviews with Steve Sears, Rick Jacobson, Liz Friedman & Eric Gruendemann
A Tale Of Two Muses -- interviews with Rob Tapert & Michael Hurst
Locked Up And Tied Down -- interviews with Rick Jacobson, Rob Tapert
Crusader -- interviews with RJ Stewart & Eric Gruendemann, Liz Friedman
If The Shoe Fits -- interviews with Lucy & Renee
Paradise Found -- audio commentary by Rob Tapert & Chris Manheim, interviews with Chris Manheim, Rob Tapert
Between The Lines -- interviews with Steve Sears, Rick Jacobson
The Way -- interviews with RJ Stewart, Eric Gruendemann
Convert -- interviews with RJ Stewart, Chris Manheim
Endgame -- interviews with Steve Sears, Eric Gruendemann
Ides Of March -- audio commentary by Lucy & Renee, interviews with RJ Stewart, Hudson Leick, Rob Field
Deja Vu All Over Again -- audio commentary by Renee, interviews with Lucy & Renee & Rob Tapert
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By A Customer on April 26 2004
Format: DVD
As with all great television shows, they are always gone too soon. For 6 great years I made the time to watch Xena on Saturday afternoons. Now, thanks to the DVD revolution, I can watch my favorite show any time I want in crystal clear clarity, Surround Sound 5.1 Stereo. Along with the three seasons before the release of Season 4, I have antipated them all as if they were being released for the very first time, never before seen. Season 4 is probably one of my more favorite seasons. They traveled further out of Greece and not only did the characters grow themselves but we, the viewers grew with them. New characters were introduced, old ones returned for yet a fourth time, and we meet more gods, goddesses and god wannabe's. Also finally Gabrielles clothes take on a more seasoned/mature look to reflect her hardships and growth in herself and in her life. Trust me, this is a season worth buying...what am I saying...if you are a Xenaite then they are all worth buying but if your not a Xenaite yet, then you will be. Aye yee yi yi yi yi!!!!
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