Highlander: The Series 6 Seasons 1995

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Season 4
(71) IMDb 8.7/10

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After purchasing an antique bracelet in Paris, he heads off to Glenfinnan, to return it to the grave of Debra, the first love of his life.

Adrian Paul, Stan Kirsch
49 minutes
Original air date:
September 25, 1995

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Season 4

Product Details

Genres Science Fiction, Fantasy, Adventure, Action, Mystery
Director Adrian Paul
Starring Adrian Paul, Stan Kirsch
Supporting actors Jim Byrnes, Kristin Minter, Matthew Walker, Carsten Norgaard, Forbes Angus, Ewan 'Sudsy' Clark, Anna Hagan, Laurie Holden, Andrew MacGregor, Scott McNeil, Billy Mitchell, Robert Moloney, Gerard Plunkett, William Samples, John Tierney
Season year 1996
Network Davis/Panzer Productions, Inc
Producers Christian Charret, Nicolas Clermont, Peter S. Davis, Marla Ginsburg, Ken Gord, Denis Leroy, William N. Panzer, David Tynan
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Customer Reviews

Season four of Highlander is one of the best seasons television has ever had.
C. Duarte
Overall, this season was exciting because of all the evolutions in the plot and characters.
THE DVD EXTRAS Anchor Bay continues to dish out the goods with this season's set.

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52 of 54 people found the following review helpful By Mr. JKW on May 31, 2004
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Highlander Season Four, a 9-disc set, collects the entire 22-episode fourth season (1995-1996) of the syndicated action series based on the cult-favorite film about a secret race of Immortals who battle throughout history for ultimate power.
Season 4 expands the Highlander universe further developing and exploring the backgrounds of the supporting characters such as Joe Dawson, Richie Ryan, Amanda and Methos. In a grand plot twist the most exciting episodes of the season explore the Highlander world when MacLeod turns evil. Behind all this the Immortals' Game rages on...
Here are the contents of each DVD.
Disc 1:
Episode 1: "Homeland" - MacLeod returns to the Highlands of Scotland to return a stolen heirloom to it's resting place and while there fulfills an old legend and avenges an old score.
Episode 2: "Brothers in Arms" - An evil Immortal is out to kill Charlie DeSalvo and MacLeod's hands are tied to help Charlie when Dawson reveals his personal connection to the Immortal.
Episode 3: "The Innocent" - Richie and MacLeod take in a "special needs" Immortal after his mentor is killed by an evil Immortal.
Disc 2:
Episode 4: "Leader of the Pack" - MacLeod takes on Kanis, an Immortal who uses a pack of Rottweilers to hunt and wear down his opponents.
Episode 5: "Double Eagle" - MacLeod has to keep Amanda and his friend, the Immortal gambler, Kit O' Brady apart as the two hold a 200 year old gambling grudge against each other.
Episode 6: "Reunion" - It's double trouble as Mac has to deal with the child Immortal Kenny AND the Immortal sea captain whom he marooned for over a hundred years on a deserted island in the South Pacific.
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34 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Sean E. M. Dence on January 28, 2004
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This is more or less the best season of Highlander. This is the only season that really compares to the quality of the first film. Nearly every episode in this season is great. This season begins in Scotland as Duncan attempts to bury a old relic that was stolen from his village and it (the season) ends in a exciting episode where Jim Dawson is captured and nearly killed by the watchers council. This season (unlike the previous seasons) takes place primarily in Europe and it (the season) is filmed in beautiful locations in England, Scotland and France. Duncan is finally given some interesting stories and we finally get to see his dark side after he briefly becomes evil in the two-part episode that takes him to Europe for the rest of the season. Methos is also given some better stories and we see him start to form a deeper bond with Duncan. We also get a resolution to the whole Duncan/Charlie storyline as we learn how Joe Dawson lost his legs. You will see the best episodes in the series if you buy this DVD set.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Tom Benton on May 30, 2004
Format: DVD
By its fourth season, Highlander was a worldwide phenomenon. This season picks up where season three left off and improves the show even more, going back to the season two feel where nothing is as it should be, and yet everything is fate.
Yeah. Whatever.
Highlander season four includes some of the best episodes in the entire show, including two directed by Adrian Paul, the excellent "Homeland" and the wonderfully mysterious "Methuselah's Gift". It also includes the two-part Methos episodes, "Chivalry", and what is arguably the greatest episode of the show, "Timeless" (easily my favorite).
This season features more violence, sex (including some Adrian Paul rear nudity for you ladies), and is much more grim than the other seasons. All in all, though, it's one of the best and most important seasons in the show. [9/10]
Season four has some nice video, although in "Homeland" some grain is very apparent and the picture is quite dark. All the episodes are, once again, presented in their original full frame format. [8/10]
Season four has the same problems as the other seasons as far as audio goes. The remixes sound great, but at many times the music is blaring (although during the opening sequence, I can't say this is bad). It would be nice if Anchor Bay could fix this problem. [9/10]
Highlander season four, like the previous two seasons, is loaded with special features. Watcher Chronicles, interviews, some neat deleted scenes and even some bloopers. There's enough here to keep any Highlander fan entertained for months. Outstanding. [10/10]
Overall, Highlander season four is another great Anchor Bay DVD. They have no rival, no company can be their equal, take me to the future of their work ...
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By ankit kedia on April 6, 2004
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Season 4 begins with MacLeod returning to his Scottish Highland roots after he discovers that someone has been digging up the graves in his "hometown". He faces the Immortal who killed his adoptive father and finally kills him (when they first met, MacLeod didn't know that he had to behead fellow Immortals to kill them for good). He also meets Rachel MacLeod, a "relative" (MacLeod is not biologically related to his clan) who initiates a brief romance with him before realizing that living with MacLeod means putting yourself in harm's way most of the time.
Season 4 ends with The Watchers putting Joe Dawson on trial for "crossing the line". He took an oath to observe and not to interfere with what the Immortals were doing. However, his close friendship with MacLeod has apparently led to the deaths of many Watchers, and a new war seems to be brewing...
The video transfers for Season 4 are very, very good. The transfers are clean and free of scratches,
The Dolby Digital 5.1 English re-mixes, audio tracks are well-done for the most part
The subwoofer is constantly booming or pumping, and there's an enjoyably wide spread across the rear sound field.
Each episode's original stereo mix can be selected (encoded as DD 2.0 stereo English tracks). Optional English closed captions support the audio.
Each episode comes with its own selection of extras. Clicking on the "slate" icon will access brief video interviews with various behind-the-scenes personnel who offer anecdotes about the production. Clicking on the "Watcher" icon will access "The Watcher Chronicles"--text pages of biographical and historical information (as well as trivia notes) about each episode's Mortals, Immortals, swords, and the Watchers themselves.
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