Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles - Original Series Season 6|
Actors: Cam Clarke, Barry Gordon, Rob Paulsen, James Avery, Jim Cummings
Genres: Kids & Family, Television, Animation
KABOOM! In 1984 the Turtles exploded from the pages of a comic book, and ZAP! - they totally mutated into the coolest reptiles in the universe. In all 16 gnarly episodes from Season 6 of the Original TV series, Leonardo, M... more »
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The last 4 Seasons on DVD
D. DiRienzo | Bayonne, NJ USA | 06/05/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I have collectied The first 6 volumes of the 1987 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, including Seasons Four, Five, and Six, and they were totally awesome! Many fans are worring about the missing episodes, "Once Upon a Time Machine", and "Planet of the Turtleoids" Part 1 and Part 2, and I wish they will included as bonuses in future releases. Season 7 should be the sideseason which took place between episodes 66 and 67, while the Technodome is in Dimension X, and the season that chronologically began at where Episode 143 left off. The Technodrome is still located at the bottom of the Arctic Ocean until the last episode, when it is sent back to Dimension X. Seasons Eight, Nine and Ten each had 8 Episodes, so they have released together in one DVD Set, and include the three missing episodes. Please Lionsgate, release the last 4 Seasons, including the missing episodes!"
Great but not excellent quality
Jason S. Greene | Illinois | 05/31/2008
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Well, first of all from reading previous reviews lot of people are upset by not seeing "Invasion of the Turtleoids part 1 and 2" from '91 year episodes #126, 127 and "Once Upon a Time machine" '91 episode #107. Well guess what? I'm upset by it too but fortunately I'm one of the few people out there that at least have those 3 episodes on vhs tape still. Better than not having them at all I guess.? I HOPE they put them in some future dvd collection to wrap up all seasons. Who knows i guess. Fred Wolf Films and Lionsgate do weird things I tell ya. Maybe they thought those particular 3 episodes arent important.?? Well guess what they are! Especially, the turtleoid episodes are. Like in this season 6 that just came out. When you see the "Return of the turtleoid" episode in this new released season your be like... huh? Where did that character come from? I hope they tie up all the loose ends there. Season 6 is great but not 100% grade A quality which is weird knowing its a good 1-3 yrs before they release different seasons. You would think in that time frame they would make it more professional quality.?? COME on Lionsgate/fred wolf films please! get it together!! Anyway, "Krangstein LIVes", "Leonardo is Missing" are my faves in this season! The cartoons DONT go in the right order according to the dvds in the set. "leonardo is missing", then "Rock around the Block" are the first 2 episodes of the season 6. If you dont watch them 2 first your be lost again. Next season 7 is even worse. Season 7 will be way out of whack. According to the net here the first 13 episodes of season 7 shouldnt even go in that season they should be in season 4, the '90,'91 yrs. I wish they would just put season 7, 8 on dvd box set together to finish off this series. ONly time will tell I guess.? Weird but cool, watch krang's pigment coloring change in the episode,"Adventures in Turtle-sitting". No bonus features in this season?? Wish it had subtitle feature. Sometimes its hard to tell what certain characters say sometimes."
Felix A. Mackay | Montreal West, Quebec Canada | 03/03/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I'm hoping someone can tell me if this 6th season completes the animated series of the 80ies. ? Since I can only pre-order this set for now, I'm giving it the benefit of doubt and granting it 5 stars. To be honest, I never expected the whole series to make it to DVD and in order to begin with. So I guess I'm gratefull it made it at all, regardless of the video quality it's in.
My only regret is that they didn't start releasing the series to DVD in this fashion sooner (as box-sets, I mean). If they had, then they would have finished releasing it almost 2 years ago by now. My guess is that they wanted to test the market first to see if it would sell. The advantage to that is also that it considerably reduced the price for individual discs sold and made it more attractive to potential buyers.
But I would have purchased it all anyway regardless of the price since... IT'S THE TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES !!! :) great nostalgia of a time long gone when I didn't have to work every saturday morning and I could watch the cool cartoons on TV with my kid sister. Those memories are priceless to me. In my opinion the only people that would buy this anyway are people looking for a ride down memory lane like me.
From the previous releases I can tell you this much. The quality of the video is NOT Disney quality. (I don't think they were even remastered). BUT.. The quality is equal if not a little superior to what it looked like on my family's 20 inch cable TV back when it aired. And that, to me, is all I need. I don't think I would ever buy this in HD anyway, even if they ever release it that way in the future."