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Beverly Hills, 90210: Season 5


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Product Details

  • Actors: Jennie Garth, Jason Priestly, Gabrielle Carteris, Tiffani-Amber Thiesen, Tori Spelling
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Color, Full Screen, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo)
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish, Portuguese
  • 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: July 29, 2008
  • Run Time: 8 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (63 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0017VG67M
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,870 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Beverly Hills, 90210: Season 5" on IMDb

Special Features

  • All 31 episodes from the 1994-95 season on 8 discs
  • *Some episodes may be edited from their original network versions
  • *Music has been changed for this home entertainment version

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Product Description

31 episodes on 8 DVDs. 1994-95/color/23 hrs., 19 min/NR/fullscreen.

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The most popular zip code of the '90s changes dramatically in the fifth season, the halfway point of the show's 10-year run. With the departure of one of the primary characters--Brenda Walsh (Shannon Doherty)--multiple new faces arrive (and stick around) on Beverly Hills 90210 for the first time. The most well-known and well-remembered is Tiffani Thiessen as bad girl Valerie Malone, an old family friend of the Walshes, who arrives in Beverly Hills seeking refuge after her father's suicide. Valerie almost immediately becomes the love interest of both Steve (Ian Ziering) and Dylan (Luke Perry) and displays a penchant for smoking pot in the Walsh's house and shooting pool in comically seedy pool halls in the middle of the day. The two other new romantic storylines feature Kathleen Robertson as Clare Arnold, first seen as Brandon Walsh (Jason Priestley)'s stalker and eventually as David Silver's (Brian Austin Green) rebound girl after he breaks up with Tori Spelling's Donna (who's holding onto her virginity until marriage); and Jamie "How Do You Talk to an Angel?" Walters as working-class Ray Pruit, the new boyfriend of Donna.

Season five firmly establishes the new 90210 soap-opera formula and shifts from message-driven plotlines to character-based action. Perry definitely has some of the finest moments this season as we find him completely broke and fallen very far off the wagon. From alcohol to cocaine to heroin to rehab, Dylan hits bottom with a car crash and we're forced to endure one of the most ridiculous (but accidently hilarious) episodes in Beverly Hills 90210 history: "The Dreams of Dylan McKay." The other characters don't have nearly as dramatic storylines this season, but there's still plenty of action. Brandon and Kelly (Jennie Garth) are figuring out how to be in a relationship while he's constantly fighting bureaucracy and special interests in campus politics. Donna is falling in love with Ray, but finding out a bit too late that he's not quite who she thought he was. Things get a lot more ridiculous, amusing and fun this season and 90210 remains as compulsively watchable as ever.---Kira Canny

Customer Reviews

I hate it when shows cut things up like this.
Speechless
I was in my late teens when this show was on and loved it so naturally when it finally became available on DVD, I am buying each season as it comes out.
Love My Lab
In my opinion, it's all uphill for Season 5-10!!!!!!!!
Amy Barrett

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Little Miss Cutey on May 3, 2008
Format: DVD
This is a fantastic season. With Brenda gone, having decided to stay in England, we meet Valerie who is a friend of the Walsh's from Buffalo and turns out to be a backstabbing and manipulative girl who is into drugs and alcohol. Kelly is with Brandon by now, Donna and David have split, Brandon becomes the new student body president of CU, Kelly is almost burned alive at a party, David dates Clare, Dylan goes to rehab, Donna dates Ray, Andrea has an affair and cheats on Jesse, Kelly makes the cover of Seventeen magazine, there is a stupid episode with Dylan going into hypnosis and finding out he was Billy McCoy in the Wild West, and Jim and Cindy put their house on the market to move to Hong Kong.
This is season 5 in a nutshell. There is so much material in between and the drama of it all is as addictive as always. I love to hate Valerie, hate seeing Donna and David apart and I cannot wait for this release. It's excellent and all fans of 90210 should be happy with this season.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Trav McL on August 27, 2008
Format: DVD
Ok, I don't want to be negative about this show...or a traitor to my generation... I love Bev Hills 90210! I was a sophmore in high school when they were, at the shows start, and we were the same age and we grew up together. I watched (and taped) every episode for the whole 10 years... but those VHS tapes wear out, so imagine my joy when the DVD set came out... or not...

As I said, I have taped every episode, and I watch it now on Soapnet... and as you know like watching your favorite movie over and over, you can "talk along with the movie"... well I am that way with this show. I now know (but didn't until after having bought the first 2 seasons) that the box says in fine print on the back of the box that "MUSIC HAS BEEN CHANGED FOR THIS HOME ENTERTAINMENT VERSION. SOME EPISODES MAY BE EDITED FROM THEIR ORIGINAL NETWORK VERSIONS.", but come on!!! I noticed a wierd edit in another season episode and a spot here and there, not to mention in season one when all the girls have a slumber party and are signing along to "Mony Mony" but now the music is different... but The Senior Prom episode was seriously butchered! There were major parts gone... not to mention Cathy Dennis sang 2 songs at the prom and they cut the whole second song out, along with shots of her and most of the actors lines that were said during that song. I am very disappointed in this. The prom episode was a great one, not to mention a pivital part of the season. Part of the greatness of 90210 was the fact that they used new, up to date music for every episode.

Come on FOX... how cheap are you? We are all paying $40 or more for a set that probably costs $5 to make... You couldn't shell out some cash to keep this amazingly cool show intact in it's original condition???
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Michael S. Hanson on May 1, 2008
Format: DVD
For me this is one of the best seasons of the series, Brenda is gone and Valerie has replaced her, Dylan is diving seriously into addiction, Brandon and Kelly begin a relatioship that lasts several seasons to come....

Plenty of drama........
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Agnes Moorehead on November 2, 2008
Format: DVD
Where do I start with the bad? Setting aside the cheap and dismissive packaging for a moment, I begin with the hack-job they did on the show itself. Not only is the soundtrack COMPLETELY different (and it does suck), but any footage of Ray Pruit playing with his band has been cut out. That leaves us with about 2 rousing performances, including Ray singing, "the Worms Crawl In, the Worms Crawl Out..." to a bunch of kids at the KEG house Halloween party. Looks like David really had some pull in post production and got Ray completely taken off the PPAD roster for good. Now onto the soundtrack...you know, the music that plays in the background during the show? After watching the same episodes for years, I have come to memorize and appreciate certain scenes for their appropriately chosen musical accompaniments. Well, they're gone now. 2 notable disappointments: Episode 1: Kelly & Donna at the salon before the make up. The song should be The Pretenders, "It's Just the Night in My Veins." Now it's something else that wrong & crappy. And the other is the episode where David, Donna & Clare do the video with everyone sleeping around campus. Should be L7's "Pretend We're Dead", which actually suits the video, but no...

Why then 3 stars? Because, this is still one of the best seasons out there (second only to season 6.) The fire, the PPAD is born, Kelly joins a cult, Dylan does heroin and almost dies, then goes to Mexico and swindles his millions back from Kevin & Suzanne, in a word- Val, the "Real Life" episode, the great bear heist, and finally, the Walshes and Andrea leave (thank God!)

The bottom line? Buy at your own risk. The soul has been sucked from this show but it's still season 5 of 90210 (sort of.)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Chandra Gordus on September 23, 2008
Format: DVD
I have been a huge fan of 90210 since I was 5 years old when the show first came out. I use to sneak behind my parent's backs just to watch it. I loved season 5, but like many others, was very disappointed by Ray's missing scenes and the constant music changes. I understand they do not have the rights to the music for the DVDs because the musicians were only payed for the original airing and syndication. I really wish they could work something out with the artists because this is a huge show, and hearing songs on TV really prompts users to download the songs on ITUNES.

I was also really let down that there was no special features. I think the segment, "Everything You Need to Know About 90210" is absolutely hilarious. I was so sad there was not one for season 5. Keeping my fingers crossed the rest of the seasons will at least have that one special feature!

I'm definitely looking forward to season 6, even though Luke Perry makes his exit..
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