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He-Man and the Masters of the Universe - Season One, Vol. 2
He-Man and the Masters of the Universe - Season One Vol 2
Actors: John Erwin, George DiCenzo, Linda Gary, Alan Oppenheimer, Erika Scheimer
Genres: Action & Adventure, Comedy, Kids & Family, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Television, Animation
NR     2006     11hr 28min

The battle for power continues on the world of Eternia! Join He-Man and the Masters of the UniverseŽ as they battle against Skeletor and his crew of detestable villains in the greatest adventures ever told!These 32 episode...  more »


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Actors: John Erwin, George DiCenzo, Linda Gary, Alan Oppenheimer, Erika Scheimer
Genres: Action & Adventure, Comedy, Kids & Family, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Television, Animation
Sub-Genres: Action & Adventure, Comedy, Animation, Adventure, Science Fiction, Comedy, Animation, Television, Animation
Studio: Bci / Eclipse
Format: DVD - Color - Closed-captioned
DVD Release Date: 02/14/2006
Original Release Date: 09/05/1983
Theatrical Release Date: 09/05/1983
Release Year: 2006
Run Time: 11hr 28min
Screens: Color
Number of Discs: 6
SwapaDVD Credits: 6
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 0
Edition: Box set
MPAA Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Languages: English, Spanish

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Movie Reviews

Rita Wiltsey | Walker, Iowa United States | 11/07/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Disks 1-5 will include episodes 34-65 and will be fully remastered once again! The episodes are:

- The Dragon's Gift
- Double Edged Sword
- Quest For The Sword
- Valley OF Power
- Game Plan
- The Mystery OF Man-E-Faces
- Keeper OF The Ancient Ruins
- The Region OF Ice
- City Beneath The Sea
- Teela's Trial
- Orko's Missing Magic
- The Search
- Eternal Darkness
- Return OF Evil
- Eye OF The Beholder
- Its Not My Fault
- Trouble In Arcadia
- Castle OF Heros
- Temple OF The Sun
- Dree Elle's Return
- The Sleepers Awake
- Return OF The Gryphon
- The Return OF Granamyr
- Pawns OF The Gamemaster
- The Huntsman
- The Remedy
- The Witch And The Warrior
- The House Of Shokoti Part 1
- The House OF Shokoti Part 2
- The Once and Future Duke
- Golden Disks OF Knowledge
- The Heart OF A Giant

Disk 6 has all the special features which include:
- The Stories of He-man and the Masters of the Universe Season 1 Part 2. Interviews with producers, writers, directors, and experts specifically commenting on season 1 episodes 34-65!

- He-man invades the San Diego Comic Con. Edited version of the panel at the 2005 San Diego Comic Con plus footage of signings at the convention booth!

- 50 detailed profiles of various characters, creatures, and Artifacts!

- Orko's Trivia and Fun Facts!

- Commercial spots for the dvd!
- English and Spanish Audio Tracks
- Dvd-Rom feature 5 complete episode scripts!
- 2 Collectible arts Cards by Artists Earl Norem and Gilbert Hernandez!
- Full length Animated Storyboard with interactive episode comparison for episode 40 The House OF Shokoti Part 1 !

Get this set and own the Power!!!!"
Still Highly Enjoyable Even After All These Years...
BRADLEY R HUTSON | Illinois | 02/12/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

""He-Man and the Masters of the Universe" debuted when I was 11 years old. I remember practically running home from school each day so as not to miss a single word. I absolutely loved the daily dose of action in Eternia, and then applying ideas gleaned from the show to playing with my action figures.

Even now at 33 years old, I still find these cartoons to be highly enjoyable. They bring back a lot of fond memories, and the morals taught in them still hold true today. They've held up over time and can be enjoyed by today's children too.

This collection of the second half of the first season contains one of my favorite episodes, "The House of Shokoti". It was the series' only two-parter that I can recall. Ram Man's continual butchering of Shokoti's name, with her finally shouting at him "Shokoti, you fool!" was priceless. The episode also contained a character simply referred to as "Mask" who never saw a plastic rendition, much to my chagrin. He perished at the end of the first half though, so that is probably why. He was still an awesome foe who would have been a welcome addition to my figure lineup.

Among the special features contained in this box set, "Commercial Spots" is mentioned. I can only hope that means the little blurbs before and after the commercial breaks featuring Orko. Remember those? There were at least four of them that I can recall. Orko's head bursting through an orange field saying He-Man would be right back, then a sad-eyed Orko repairing the hole he had made with tape. Also, Orko rapidly whipping off-screen so fast he lost his hat and cloak, then his bare arms reaching back on-screen to grab them. Plus, Orko spinning in from the distance like a tornado, saying his message, then spinning back off into the distance in the same tornado-like fashion. One other one was Orko working his magic with the little sparkles. While I'm glad that they are not included in each episode on the DVD's, I still was hoping for the opportunity to give them another look in a supplemental section. Hopefully they ARE contained here as the item referred to as "Commercial Spots". I don't know for sure.

With all the episodes this set contains, as well as the wealth of bonus materials, this would be a great buy for anyone wanting something exciting and entertaining for their children to watch, or for a child of the 80's like me who enjoys re-living a piece of his or her childhood."
An absolute must for any He-Man fan
C. L. Hanson | Coon Rapids, MN United States | 02/14/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I wrote reviews for both the He-Man "Best Of" collection DVD, and the Season One, Volume 1 DVD, which were fantastic. I'll be stopping off on the way home from work tonight to pick up my Season One, Volume 2 DVD...and, call me a dork, I can't wait.

Yes, I'm years removed from being that 12-year-old kid who flew off the bus after school to park his fat little butt on the chair religiously every day to watch "He-Man and the Masters Of The Universe". But, as the years go by, the memories fade, and thanks to the majesty of DVD, we can go back in time and enjoy guilty pleasures such as this wonderful show that consumed so much of my life.

Some of my favorite episodes are on this DVD collection, most of which I have not seen since at least 1985. And, like what I experienced during my viewing of Volume 1, the memories will come flying back. It was so cool watching these episodes, and somehow remembering what happens. Once you hear that music, it's like being transported back to your youth. Isn't that alone worth the money?

The treatment that this show has received in these DVD releases is nothing short of fantastic. From the DVD's themselves, to the artwork that they are packaged in. It's like 1983 all over again.

Ohhh yes, my wife will ridicule and laugh at me for sitting around content, on my same fat butt, watching these episodes. But I don't care. Let her laugh. I'm enjoying myself.

By all means, if you ever enjoyed this show, pick up these DVD's. I guarantee you will not be disappointed."
The most appealing cartoon to the female audience!
M. DEsopo | New Britain, CT | 03/01/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I'm a 31 year old female, remember He-Man quite well, in fact had a major crush on him, hah I guess I still do! I'm just a kid at heart still. Its true what the Producers said in the first Volume. Never had a bigger female audience! Back in 98, I was one of those people who searched all over eBay and creation to find all the original VHS's which I did manage to get my hands on some. Now that they are all available on DVD what do I do with them now?!? Even have the original Secret of the Sword movie poster framed for all eternity. Can't wait for She-Ra to come out next.
But yes my memories of He-Man are long and nostalgic, even inspired me to draw him and She-Ra. This a character not to be missed and he will be remembered through time."