1. Honeymoon Express - April 27, 1960 Sam (Scott Bakula) assumes the identity of a newlywed New York policeman who is pursued by his bride's jealous ex-husband. With Dean Stockwell.
3. The Americanization of Machiko - August 4, 1953 Sam (Scott Bakula) becomes a Pacific sailor returning from duty in 1953 with a Japanese war bride (Leila Hee Olsen) -- much to the dismay of his friends and family. With Dean Stockwell.
4. Blind Faith - February 6, 1964 Sam (Scott Bakula) leaps into the life of a blind concert pianist in 1964 who must prevent the death of a young woman. Also stars Dean Stockwell.
5. Good Morning, Peoria - September 9, 1959 Chubby Checker guest stars as himself in 1959 as Sam (Scott Bakula) becomes a radio DJ who is battling forces determined to remove rock 'n' roll from the airwaves. Also guest stars Patricia Richardson.
6. Thou Shalt Not.... February 2, 1974 Sam (Scott Bakula) jumps into the life of a beleaguered rabbi who is desperately trying to reunite his torn family. Teri Hanauer and Russ Tamblyn guest star. With Dean Stockwell.
7. Jimmy - October 14, 1964 Sam (Scott Bakula) becomes a mentally challenged dock worker in 1964, harassed by co-workers, taunted by strangers and protected only by a caring brother. With Dean Stockwell.
8. So Help Me, God... July 29, 1957 Sam (Scott Bakula) becomes a Southern lawyer in 1957, charged with defending a black housekeeper who has willingly confessed to a murder she did not commit. With Dean Stockwell.
9. Catch a Falling Star - May 21, 1979 Sam (Scott Bakula) becomes the understudy to the talented, if somewhat inebriated, star of "Man of La Mancha.'' Guest star: Tony Award-winner John Cullum.
10. Animal Frat - October 19, 1967 Sam (Scott Bakula) leaps into the life of a college fraternity brother in the late '60s and must prevent a radical student (Stacy Edwards) from bombing the chemistry lab. With Dean Stockwell.
11. Another Mother - September 30, 1981 Sam (Scott Bakula) comes to the aid of a divorced mother whose socially awkward teen-age son may make a tragic mistake if he succumbs to peer pressure.
12. All-Americans - November 6, 1962 Sam (Scott Bakula) leaps into the life of a 1962 teen-age football star who desperately tries to prevent a teammate (Richard Coca) from throwing the big game. With Dean Stockwell.
13. Her Charm - September 26, 1973 Sam (Scott Bakula) becomes an FBI agent who is assigned to guard a woman (Teri Austin) targeted for assassination by her drug-dealing ex-boss. With Dean Stockwell.
14. Freedom - November 22, 1970 Sam (Scott Bakula) leaps into the life of a young American Indian in 1970, outrunning the law to let his ailing grandfather (Frank Sotonoma ``Gray Wolf'' Salsedo) die with dignity. Also guest stars Gloria Hayes.
15. Goodnight, Dear Heart - November 9, 1957 Sam (Scott Bakula) becomes a mortician in 1958 who is strangely obsessed with the suicide of a teen-age German girl. With Dean Stockwell.
16. Pool Hall Blues - September 4, 1954 Sam (Scott Bakula) leaps into the life of an aging pool shark in 1954, faced with the match of his lifetime. Shari Headley guest stars. With Dean Stockwell.
17. Leaping in Without a Net - November 18, 1958 An acrophobic Sam (Scott Bakula) becomes a 1958 trapeze artist preparing for a death-defying stunt. With Dean Stockwell.
18. Maybe Baby - March 11, 1963 Sam (Scott Bakula) is a burly nightclub bouncer who is helping a stripper (Julie Brown) rescue an infant from its abusive father.
19. Sea Bride - June 3, 1954 Sam (Scott Bakula) finds himself on an ocean liner in 1954 as a desperate young man trying to win back the heart of his ex-wife. Also stars Dean Stockwell.
20. MIA - April 1, 1969 Al (Dean Stockwell) attempts to adjust his past through Sam (Scott Bakula), who has become an undercover cop in 1969.
|Genres||Drama, Adventure, Action, Mystery, Kids & Family|
|Director||Christopher T. Welch|
|Supporting actors||Jan Eddy, Phil Fondacaro, Kristopher Kyer, Maria Lauren, Roya Megnot, Ted Nordblum, Vivian Paxton, Richard Riehle, Jan Tríska, Fabiana Udenio, Eva Williams|
|Network||Donald P. Bellisario|
|Executive Producer||Donald P. Bellisario|
|Purchase rights||Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details|
|Format||Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)|
Theres not much else to say that hasn't been said, Yes it seemed like they didn't take too much pride in putting this DVD together, but all in all its the show that really matters and the episodes are still great.
I love the creativity, altruism, humor, and variety of the show. It can makes me laugh, think, and be inspired, all in one episode. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Weston Katrina
It was great to relive the memories to watch the shows. Wish I could watch season three with my prime.Published 14 days ago by Aaron Klocek
Adventure with humor is a nice relaxing way to spend your time off, away from the serious side of life in this unreal World we live in today.Published 16 days ago by Judy A. Ensing
This series dealt with lots of interesting and thought provoking issues and handled them all well.
This is the season that has Scott Bakula as the understudy for Man of... Read more
I hadn't seen this show for years, but I remember loving it when it was originally on. I was almost afraid to watch it, lest it didn't stand the test of time and I would end up... Read morePublished 25 days ago by Sheri L. Klein
I watched all of these when they came out and I am loving them again. Nice mix of sci-Fi, fantasy, and reality.Published 1 month ago by Jane A. Spaeth
It was a lot of fun to watch some of these episodes again. Really am hoping more seasons become available.Published 1 month ago by Michele Trinkle
I now realize why I never watched Quantum Leap. Put simply this show was awful. Scott Bakula plays some goody goody character in each episode. Read morePublished 1 month ago by R. Long