Search - MacGyver - The Complete Second Season on DVD

MacGyver - The Complete Second Season
MacGyver - The Complete Second Season
Actors: Richard Dean Anderson, Dana Elcar, Jonathan Goldsmith, Deborah Wakeham, Robert Pastorelli
Directors: Alan Crosland, Alexander Singer, Bob Sweeney, Bruce Kessler, Charles Correll
Genres: Action & Adventure, Television
NR     2005     17hr 26min

Angus MacGyver is a secret agent who refuses to carry a gun with him, but fortunately never needs one. Drawing on a vast practical knowledge of science, MacGyver is able to make use of anything around him to create soluti...  more »

Larger Image

Movie Details

Actors: Richard Dean Anderson, Dana Elcar, Jonathan Goldsmith, Deborah Wakeham, Robert Pastorelli
Directors: Alan Crosland, Alexander Singer, Bob Sweeney, Bruce Kessler, Charles Correll
Genres: Action & Adventure, Television
Sub-Genres: Action & Adventure, Television
Studio: Paramount
Format: DVD - Color,Full Screen - Closed-captioned
DVD Release Date: 06/07/2005
Original Release Date: 10/06/1985
Theatrical Release Date: 10/06/1985
Release Year: 2005
Run Time: 17hr 26min
Screens: Color,Full Screen
Number of Discs: 6
SwapaDVD Credits: 6
Total Copies: 2
Members Wishing: 0
Edition: Box set
MPAA Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Languages: English

Similar Movies

Similarly Requested DVDs

Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull
Single Disc
Director: Steven Spielberg
   PG-13   2008   2hr 2min
Bones The Complete First Season
   UR   2006   15hr 46min
Pirates of the Caribbean - At World's End
Widescreen Edition
   PG-13   2007   2hr 47min
Kit Kittredge An American Girl
Director: Patricia Rozema
   G   2008   1hr 41min
Bones The Complete Second Season
   UR   2007   15hr 17min
Numb3rs - The Complete First Season
   NR   2006   9hr 4min
The Great Escape
   UR   1998   2hr 52min

Member Movie Reviews

Robin M. from SANFORD, NC
Reviewed on 2/12/2014...
My 12 yr old son LOVED this dvd series!
Carolyn B. from FAYETTEVILLE, GA
Reviewed on 8/16/2009...
My sons love these shows. They are a little far-fetched, but the main character is admirable in all respects and does use some inovative techniques to get the job done. Even if they are not plausible, it gets my sons thinking about how to solve a problem from a different point of view, using some unusual materials. Good entertainment for kids.

Movie Reviews

Improved Packaging!
Dorrie Wheeler | 06/08/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)

"It's amazing that Season 2 has come so quick on the heels of of Season 1. The first thing that the buyer who purchased season 1 will notice different about the complete second season is the new slimmer packaging. The set is six discs but they have got those babies squeezed in a nice small box. The discs are housed in jackets-2 in eack jacket case. Another plus about this set is no nasty dual discs like a lot of other one hour releases currently on the market. The discs are a bright yellow color with the disc number clearly marked and the episode names on the disc. The set includes 22 episodes from the second season.This set is noticably smaller than the complete first season. The art work is similar to season 1. The images aren't particularly crisp, but they did manage to include the now popular Terri Hatcher in a still photo on the back cover. You can also check out a very 80's picture of Terri on the back of the jacket for discs 3 & 4.

The season opens with the exciting episode, "The Human Factor." MacGyver gets trapped in a computer and has to get out or else he will be toast. There were a lot of exciting episodes from the second season. In the episode, "The Road Not Taken," Macgyver makes a trip to South East Asia in an attempt to rescue a nun and a group of orphans only to discover his ex-girlfriend there.

The episodes are well, MacGyver episodes. This show has never really went away and can still be seen in syndication on many networks. It aired on WGN Superstation at one time. If you are a MacGyver fan you will enjoy this set. The episodes look about the same as they do on the television episodes and just like season 1, there are no new extras. No commentary or interviews. It's Macgyver! If you are a MacGyver fan you will be pleased. This set would also make a great Father's Day gift.
Second season...even better than the first.
j. | 07/05/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"The MacGyver television series can be divided roughly into two separate phases, each plagued by different problems. The first phase would be the first few seasons, blessed with great writing and acting but unfortunately overtly dated with campy special effects and the overuse of stock footage. The second phase, particularly the last couple years of the show, saw the special effects improve but unfortunately the writing suffered. The storylines became corny and MacGyver became more of an urban-savior, dealing more with ghettos and gangs rather than rugged CIA-type secret agent work. Still, the second season marks a time when the show was finding its stride, and the second, third, and fourth seasons really were the best of the entire series. The episode plots in season two are similar in style to those of the first season -- MacGyver travels all over the world to foil plots involving drugs, kidnapping, environmental destruction -- all while using his brains and science rather than brute strength or guns. But the characters are better developed in the second season, particularly that of Pete Thorton (MacGyver's boss), who becomes a prime player and good friend of MacGyver's. Like in all seasons, MacGyver rescues countless women, all of whom he seems to have dated at some point in his past. But it's good wholesome fun from an era when television action shows weren't all about computerized special effects."
In Memoriam: Dana Elcar: 1927-2005
Spy Queen | New York, NY, USA | 06/12/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Although I do not consider myself a die-hard viewer of MacGyver, I would nevertheless like to point out with regret that Dana Elcar (ne Ibson Dana Elcar), who portrayed Pete Thornton and whose real-life battle with glaucoma was incorporated into the script, passed away around June 6 or 7, 2005.

In spite of his struggle with the glaucoma that eventually cost him his eyesight, he continued to work using a special computerized text-writing device. He was a great character actor, appearing in countless movies and television episodes and more recently, in roles tailored for him. One such role was in an episode of ER as a sightless diabetic.

He will be greatly missed.