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  • Format: Box set, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Rhino
  • DVD Release Date: June 29, 2004
  • Run Time: 705 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00028HBNO
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #142,636 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Continue to thrill consumers with the daring exploits of the nation’s top-secret special mission force, G.I. JOE: SEASON 1, PART 2 features 28 original, uncut episodes of this animation classic on four discs with exclusive bonus features.

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G.I. Joe (1983) was one of the many product-driven television series that aired in syndication during the early '80s, following the unprecedented commercial success of He-Man and the Masters of the Universe. In the program, "G.I. Joe" is not the name of an individual, but "the code name for America's daring, highly trained special mission force." The members of this force conduct a neverending battle against the "ruthless terrorist organization" Cobra. The battles take the form of Jonny Quest-style fantasy adventures, ostensibly set in the real world, but where anything can happen. The Joes fight foes that range from a small herd of cloned dinosaurs on a Pacific Island to the gods of ancient Egypt, whom they encounter in the tomb reportedly laden with treasure. The dozens of characters all have military-sounding code names--Deep Six, Gung Ho, Air Tight, Snake Eyes, Ace, Bazooka, Ship Wreck, Toll Booth--and foiling Cobra's plots requires not only all their strength, but every piece of equipment toymaker Hasbro could devise (and sell).

Although the animation is minimal and the vocal performances stilted, fans agree that the first two seasons and the feature, which were animated by Sunbow/Marvel, are better than the later version of the shows from DIC. But these cartoons are more likely to appeal to nostalgic collectors of GI Joe toys and memorabilia than to students of the art of animation. (Unrated, suitable for ages 8 and older: violence) --Charles Solomon

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This is a no brainer if your looking for a gift for a boy!!
Terry
This is one of the greastest cartoons ever to be made and i am grateful for its release.
Mr. S. Loizou
The reproduction and picture quality contained in the DVD's is great.
M. Moreira

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28 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on June 29, 2004
As others have noticed, this is typical of Saturday morning cartoon fare, with limited voice and production values.
But, for the children of the 80's, this is a wonderful flashback to the days of yor.
Episode list:
The Germ,
The Viper Is Coming,
Spell Of The Siren,
Cobra Quake,
Captives Of The Cobra Part 1,
Captives Of The Cobra Part 2,
Bazooka Saw A Sea Serpent,
Excalibur,
Worlds Without End Part 1,
Worlds Without End Part 2,
Eau De Cobra,
Cobra Claws Are Coming To Town,
An Eye For An Eye,
The Gods Below,
Primordial Plot,
Flint's Vacation,
Hearts And Cannons,
Memories Of Mara,
The Traitor Part 1,
The Traitor Part 2,
The Pit Of Vipers,
The Wrong Stuff,
The Invaders,
Cold Slither,
The Great Alaskan Land Rush,
Skeletons In The Closet,
There's No Place Like Springfield Part 1,
There's No Place Like Springfield Part 2.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Garrett Aja on July 2, 2004
If the 55-episode first season of G.I. Joe is the show's best, then this collection is quite frankly the crown jewels. Among the episodes included in this box set are "There's No Place Like Springfield" (the series best episode), "Worlds Without End" (the alternately shocking and hilarious "What If...?" two-parter), "The Wrong Stuff" (a still-timely parody of TV and the, er, minds, behind it), and "Cold Slither" (the hilarious fan-favorite featuring the Dreadnoks as the rock band Cold Slither).
While the animation is sometimes lacking by today's standards, it was nothing short of a revolution in 1985, as was the writing, which is still some of the best in the history of televised animation in the US. The voice acting is also top-notch, which comes as no surprise given a cast that includes such legends as Michael Bell, B.J. Ward, Neil Ross, John Stephenson, Frank Welker, and the late Chris Latta.
The episodes on this disc are again remastered excellently, although "Hearts and Cannons" seems to have video from a cleaned up broadcast master, as opposed to the 35mm source film. Also, a long-standing edit in "There's No Place Like Springfield" Part II has been retained, as has been the case for all airings except the very first. The one special feature is an interview with Bill Ratner and Mary McDonald-Lewis, the voices of Flint and Lady Jaye, which is great fun to watch.
Despite the upheld edit (wherein Shipwreck's "daughter" points a bazooka at the Joe and calls him a "drip" before being knocked down by Polly), which will hopefully be corrected by Rhino, this set is another dream come true for G.I. Joe fans, cartoon fans, and especially Flint and Lady Jaye fans (which isn't to say that the episodes themselves don't provide some goodness for long-suffering Duke and Scarlett fans, mind you). Strongly recommended.
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First off let me say I wish season 1 was all together in a box set instead of having it seperated (how confusing).

This is a smash hit featuring America's ultimate heros. Includes episodes such as "The Germ", "The Viper is Coming", "Bazooka Saw a Sea Serpent", and many more.

The extras side, interviews with Hank Garrett, who voiced Dialtone, and Larry Houston, the producer and storyboard artist, are included. Houston's segment is pretty informative and provides some great on G.I. Joe. Also featured is a secret message from "Sins of the Fathers," an uncensored and a censored version of a scene from "Into Your Tent I Will Silently Creep," animation mistakes.
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First off let me say I wish season 1 was all together in a box set instead of having it seperated (how confusing).

This is a smash hit featuring America's ultimate heros. Includes episodes such as "The Germ", "The Viper is Coming", "Bazooka Saw a Sea Serpent", and many more.

The extras side, interviews with Hank Garrett, who voiced Dialtone, and Larry Houston, the producer and storyboard artist, are included. Houston's segment is pretty informative and provides some great on G.I. Joe. Also featured is a secret message from "Sins of the Fathers," an uncensored and a censored version of a scene from "Into Your Tent I Will Silently Creep," animation mistakes.
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This DVD collection is of the GI Joe cartoons originally aired in the 1980's. The reproduction and picture quality contained in the DVD's is great.
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By Scott Guthrie on December 18, 2012
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Easier to buy these then collect off cable. Getting them in order helps the series make more sense. Looking forward to getting the rest
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I was so happy to purchase this dvd boxset, i love it when i a cartoon is released as a boxset instead of a few episodes on 1 disc. This is one of the greastest cartoons ever to be made and i am grateful for its release. If you are a hardcore GI JOE fan as i am, then you will want this boxset in your collection.
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