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  • Actors: Jason Priestley, Shannen Doherty, Luke Perry, Jennie Garth, Ian Ziering
  • Directors: James Eckhouse, Bethany Rooney, Bill D'Elia, Bradley M. Gross, Chip Chalmers
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Color, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround)
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish, Portuguese
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 8
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Paramount
  • DVD Release Date: April 29, 2008
  • Run Time: 1444 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (46 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0012EM5DI
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #19,353 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Beverly Hills, 90210: Season 4" on IMDb

Special Features

  • All 31 episodes from the 1993-94 season on 8 discs
  • A Look Back with Charles Rosin
  • The Loves of Season 4
  • Beverly Hills moms
  • Everything you need to know about Beverly Hills 90210 Season Four
  • 90210 genre benders
  • 7 minutes in heaven
  • Music has been changed for this home entertainment version
  • Some episodes may be edited from their original network versions

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Welcome to the first post-high school season of Beverly Hills 90210. While maintaining essentially the same formula in season four that's driven the previous seasons, things definitely grow up and heat up now that the gang has started college. They're all attending school together (of course), the fictional California University. Andrea decides against Yale and Brenda makes her way back to Beverly Hills quickly after a disastrous attempt at returning "home" to Minnesota. While Brenda's return and Andrea's decision to stay in Beverly Hills seems not only inevitable, but essential, it's interesting to note that season four is the final year featuring all original cast members. It's also the year the tone of the show most abruptly changes, making way for the much more grown up and sexier seasons to come. For these twentysomethings playing teenagers, the shift from high school to college allows them to relax a bit into their characters and really show off their acting chops (all except Shannon Doherty, whose seething anger is simmering just barely below the surface of her performances; her tension with the cast and producers at this time was widely documented). As in the years before, issues rule the storylines here and while we've got some repeat offenders (infidelity, date rape, racism, drug use), there's also plenty of fresh material that these actors clearly have fun with (anti-Semitism, pregnancy, campus scandals, and newly discovered siblings). Minor complaints: the lack of original music continues to be an annoyance; it seems this year that the generic studio tracks have gotten even worse. Also missing are the funny guys from VH-1's Best Week Ever doing the "Everything You Need to Know About Beverly Hills 90210: Season Four". The segment still exists, but with much less entertaining hosts. Otherwise, Season Four continues to deliver the goods any 90210 fan could want--drama, drama, drama--and it's only just getting started. ---Kira Canny

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The ensemble drama about young adults growing up in Beverly Hills is a blend of romantic drama and subject matter that crosses all cultural boundaries. The storyline has followed the Walsh family as they moved from a middle-class Midwestern neighborhood to wealthy and glamorous Beverly Hills, maturing from high school to college students, facing new challenges as they continue to grow and discover more about themselves and their personal ambitions. As their worlds evolve, old friendships will be tested as new relationships develop, but no matter how complicated their worlds become, they will always share in their strengths and experiences.

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29 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Corey A. Doyle VINE VOICE on May 8, 2008
Format: DVD
I'm not through the whole season yet but I am already mad at the EXTENSIVE cutting of scenes in the Greek episode. The cheesy music instead of the music from the series I can tolerate (but am SO happy they kept the music in Season 3's finale) but the eliminating of scenes I cannot. They completely took out the storyline of Aundrea going ot the sorority with her star of David and only show the aftermath, cut out the girls showing up at Alpha house and cut out the end where the girls pledge to the Peach Pit sorority.

They better pony up to the music rights because this is getting ridiculous. I won't pay money for DVDs with chopped up shows!
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Little Miss Cutey on February 3, 2008
Format: DVD
I still love this show even after all these years. I love watching the episodes that I used to watch over and over and this season really takes off.
I love the second episode (The Girl From New York City) where Donna is afraid to tell her mother that she and David are now living together at the beach. In Strangers In The Night, Andrea finally loses her virginity which becomes an interesting story line and I love Twenty Years Ago Today when Brenda's new love interest proposes to her and she accepts. Also later in the season we see David begin to use drugs and watch the problems that ensue as a result. And finally the other two 'shattering' story lines are Brenda's departure, and Andrea giving birth to a little girl.
I'm so glad they brought this out so soon after season 3 and hope this means that season 5 will be out soon too. I love this programe so much and love watching these discs pile up on my shelves. I still go back to them every now and then and start over.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By ADRIENNE MILLER on February 4, 2008
Format: DVD
Beverly Hills 90210: The Fourth Season is the year when the gang started college together and hey what's the odds these friends would all end up attending the same college? Anyway season four was an amazing, inspiring, and gutsy season. Kelly and Brenda's friendship was still strained, Andrea became pregnant and got married, and Donna was still a virgin and David couldn't accept it. A lot of reviewers say they hated Brenda but she was probably the most interesting character on the show, this would be Shannen Doherty's last season. This is the best and polished season of the college years so with that being said, I highly recommend it!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Jessica F. Cicale on July 3, 2008
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I was 12 when "Beverly Hills, 90210" premiered. The show and it's actors quickly became my whole life. The show was a barometer of current events, fashion, the political climate (hence Brandon Walsh's visit to Washington, DC to meet Bill Clinton)..if it was happening at the time, it was on "90210". Especially the music. WHERE THE HELL IS THE MUSIC??? A huge part of the landscape in the late 1980's-early 1990's was the music-pop, hip-hop, New Jack Swing, and the beginning of the grunge era- and how it's influence spilled over into fashion, language, etc. Yet CBS apparently thought that to the fans of the show, any DVD, even one with horrible public domain music, was better than no DVD at all. All those scenes at the Peach Pit, with Jeremy Jordan, Color Me Badd, Shanice, Brian McKnight playing on the jukebox? You'll have to suffer through cheesy imitation-doo-wop instead. Brenda's breakup with Dylan? Remember how she listened to REM's "Losing My Religion" over and over because it was playing in his car? You'll have to remember it, because it's not here. The difference is even move glaringly obvious in this season as David gets a piano and entertains the gang with some popular tunes. Instead of the footage aired, some grainy cutting-room floor footage was used, with music straight out of a player piano or nickelodeon. My gripe with the DVDs is with this series in general, not with this specific boxed set. Overall, the picture, sound quality, and special features are good, and there are even a few commentaries that are particularly entertaining. But as one who likes to look back and reminisce on my younger years, and how "90210" fit into that, something's not just missing...it's been rewritten.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Marnie Harrison on May 11, 2008
Format: DVD
Beverly Hills The Fourth Season marks for the last season of the talented Shannen Doherty. That in itself make this series a downer. The transition from high school to college is well done but there are two main problems with this series and I have have noticed series 3. Yes the original music has been changed which is a massive pain as some of the songs that have been included do not match the scene it's referring to. Take episode 4 "Greek Life" There is a 70's party and the music that is used is not from the 70's at all. The worst thing though is there are scenes missing. Also from "Greek Life" there is a scene where Andrea and the girls attend a candle light ceremony and she is wearing the Jewish Star which causes a problem within the sorority. This scene has been completely left out and it jumps to Leslie from the sorority going to Andrea's dorm to confront her. I was a massive fan of this show and used to tape it each week and watch it a number of times so for me the deleted scene was very obvious. This is also the case in season 3 "Prom" 2 scenes were deleted where Tony Miller was at the table bragging how he got a key for a room for him and Brenda. Brenda overhears this and tells him in your dreams. There is also a scene missing where Dylan goes up to Brenda's table and asks her to dance. For me that was massive at the time as I was a huge fan of Brenda and Dylan's relationship and was so disappointed to see if didn't make the DVD, it just shows them on the dance floor. What is with that. Why are they cutting out scenes????? Apart from that the old memories are there and as it was a great show so I will try and not get to annoyed with the missing scenes...
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