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Three's Company: Seasons 1 and 2
Three's Company Seasons 1 and 2
Actors: John Ritter, Norman Fell, Richard Kline
Genres: Comedy, Television
NR     2005     12hr 55min

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Actors: John Ritter, Norman Fell, Richard Kline
Genres: Comedy, Television
Sub-Genres: Comedy, Comedy, Classic TV
Studio: Starz / Anchor Bay
Format: DVD - Color
DVD Release Date: 10/25/2005
Release Year: 2005
Run Time: 12hr 55min
Screens: Color
Number of Discs: 5
SwapaDVD Credits: 5
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 0
Edition: Box set
MPAA Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Languages: English

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Movie Reviews

What a deal for 2 classic season sitcoms
A. Donabed | Atascadero, CA USA | 12/06/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"John Ritter has touched our lives with his spark and classic comedy for more than 2 generations. Three's Company is one such classic TV show that started and boosted his career. I became a believer.
I was satisfied and releived to know what a great deal this combo is. At first, I thought they were going to take Season 1 and Season 2 and combine them on only 1 DVD, -with only 1 case. That is NOT what I wanted. However that's the way it looks.

Incredibly, NO. You do get Season 1 in its entirety and the entire Season 2 seperately,- combined together in one plastic wrapping. What a deal! So in that case, why on earth would anybody purchase Season 1 then Season 2 seperately?? AND pay full price?

No. This is great. This is a must for Three's Company fans buying their first DVD as 2 Seasons at once. Unfortunately, there are no audio subtitles (CC for hearing imparied) available on the DVD's. Season 1 doesn't have any 'behind the scenes' or featurettes but Season 2 does.

For more information and the entire episode guide, refer to "Three's Company- Season 1" and "Three's Company- Season 2""
Go solo
Huang | Asia | 03/11/2008
(2 out of 5 stars)

"Three's Company - Season OneThree's Company - Season Two

Don't get me wrong, the show is great and earns a five-star rating, it's the offer that is misleading. Hopefully giving it two stars will get fellow buyers to read further.

Instead of dishing out $ 35 for season 2 and fall for the gimmick of getting season 1 for free, go for individual dvds and pay $ 6 for season 1, then set yourself back another $ 14 for season 2.
Additional shipping cost per dvd will not cost you $15 (that is the price difference).

The price reviews for the above dvds are done at the same time (during the time this review is posted) - hopefully amazon will review its pricing and consumer exercise awareness on similar offers."
Old time fun
Jean Louis Habert | Southern France | 03/25/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Call it nostalgia for the seventies and early eighties when I used to live in the US several months a year. When I saw that three's company was on dvd I simply could not resist a chance to live again the fun experiences and moments I had had when watching the series in the States. And let me tell you, I don't regret the purchase: I can run those funny episodes again and again and keep up with my English and joke-making. I know that the sexual connotations at the time raised a commotion, and that most of it would not be considered politically correct even nowadays, but I don't care. I keep loving the jokes and a special thought goes to the late John Ritter. Can't wait to receive the last four seasons and see that special episode when Jack is being sexually harrassed by the female boss of the diner he works in, then, by the attorney that was supposed to defend his case. Pity we can't bring back the dead for more seasons!
Dr JL HABERT, France."
2 seasons together wow!
Y2bjs Reviews | Melbourne Australia | 07/17/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"They have put the short season 1 together with season 2.Pity i already have both seasons as soon as they were released.This is a good deal,one hell of alot of episodes here.I will review both seasons separately.....season 1 -
Yeah,great start to the series.Pity there is only 6 episodes in the 1st season.Already watched it loads of times.John Ritters humor as usual stands out.
It was a magic moment when they found Jack in the bathtub!
No extras on this dvd.But all the episodes are good.
Here are the episodes.

01. A Man about the house
02. And Mother makes four
03. Roper's niece
04. No children, no dogs
05. Jack the giant killer
06. It's only money

Season 2 -
The unaired pilot is quite interesting,but thank god they didnt go with that cast.The other features are realy good.
As far as the episodes themselves,its my personal opinion that when Don knotts came into it,and larry was a regular that the comedy side of it was at its best.
While some people may like the Ropers,after watching episode after episode, the same old "i dont get enough" joke kept continuing on and on.....(yawn).She complains about that every episode.
But upon saying that i still enjoyed watching all the episodes.John Ritters humor,and the way he does things makes me laugh.He can make any situation funny.
There is certainly alot of magic moments in this season.
I love the girls humor as well,And larry just cracks me up everytime i see him.
I am so glad all the episodes are being released."