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Man From Atlantis: Complete TV Movies Collection (Remastered, 2 Disc)


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Mysterious mer-man Mark Harris washed ashore on the nations TVs in early '77 and quickly became a breakout hero. America fell hard for Atlantean amnesiac; generating big ratings for the Man from Atlantis pilot movie and its three subsequent follow-up TV movies. Starring newcomer Patrick Duffy and overseen by Robert Justman (Adventures of Superman; Star Trek; Then Came Bronson; Probe/Search); the original TV movies easily swim between the parallel genres of Science Fiction and Super-Heroics; creating a fantasy that is still fun and fresh today. This 2 disc collection contains all 4 TV movies. Also stars Belinda Montgomery. PILOT(Newly remastered!): Mark Harris washes ashore; possessing strange sea-faring powers but no memories. The Death Scouts: Mark battles scuba diver abducting aliens. The Killer Spores: Intelligent spores from space possess Mark in a bid to return to the yawning galactic gulf. The Disappearances: Scientists all over the world are disappearing - including Mark's associate; Elizabeth.

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Product Details

  • Actors: Patrick Duffy, Belinda Montgomery, Dean Santoro, Art Lund, Victor Buono
  • Directors: Lee H. Katzin, Marc Daniels, Reza Badiyi, Charles S. Dubin
  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Warner Archive
  • DVD Release Date: September 15, 2011
  • Run Time: 366 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (81 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B005DGKBC8
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #71,341 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

Customer Reviews

4.4 out of 5 stars

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60 of 62 people found the following review helpful By sleazemaniac on August 9, 2011
Format: DVD
I have to commend Warner Archives for finally resurrecting this one-season tv-series for DVD release. (They have also just released a separate DVD-set of the four "Man From Atlantis" tv-movies that aired a few months before the tv-series started).

First of all, the presentation of all 13 episodes on this tv-series set is perfect. (The separate tv-movie set looks just as incredible). I can't fault Warners for anything here. All episodes are full-frame as originally filmed and aired. There are four separate discs. No extras, just the show, and that's totally fine. Beautiful job all around.

Unfortunately, the 13 episodes of the tv-show are pretty standard generic action stuff from that era. The earlier 4 tv-movies were much more interesting, but this is a rare show, and I love the 70's, so I'll even cut the tv-show version some slack even though it's pretty bland overall. You know a tv-series is desperate when in its first short season it's already reverting to horrible oddball out-of-water stories including a western episode and a Romeo and Juliet take-off. (I'm not kidding). Seriously, who wants to watch a man from Atlantis garbed all out in Shakespeare attire? Clearly, the writers were ALREADY scrambling to come up with new adventures every week and the show had just started! You do get the great Victor Buono back as a recurring villain (he was in the first tv-movie) and that's always a plus. There are also some other cool guest stars including Dee Wallace Stone (The Howling, Cujo, E.T.), Kareem Abdul Jabbar, Ted Neeley (Jesus Christ Superstar), Pernell Roberts, John Shea, Lisa Eilbacher, Rene Auberjonois, Ted Cassidy, Pat Morita, Richard Gautier, etc.
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By JohnWorley on December 18, 2011
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Having the chance to see The Man From Atlantis again let alone own remastered copies of each movie as well as the TV series was everything a fan of the show could hope for. The quality of the programs being remastered is amazing and was even better than watching it on our color tv set we owened in the 70's. When watching the pilot movie I couldn't help but notice how easy it was to become totally sucked into the plot, acting, and concept. The pilot holds up very well compared to anything on tv today. The tv series spin off from the movies was never given the same attention to detail in quality when it came to the writing, but for me there are some moments from the TV series that I still remember fondly and most of the episodes are still fun to watch. A few I will always remember with a smile. A show that could have been so much more IS so much more now that it has been restored for fans like myself who always admired the child like kindness, fairness and sense of wonder that the character of Mark Harris as the Man From Atlantis seemed to live by. A friend from the ocean who simply cared about the environment and other beings whether they were a member of a different species or not. I highly recommend both sets for those who remember the series fondly, but most of all for anyone just looking for a good family fun show. I believe everyone should watch the pilot movie at least once. Yes, it was and is STILL that good....The Man From Atlantis was a hero for kids in the 70's, got as good or better ratings over seas (no pun intended) than Doctor Who, and in my opinion is still a hero worth a look. I challenge any fan of science fiction to watch the pilot episode and not want to see more. Patrick Duffy IS the Man From Atlantis!!!!
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Troy R. Johnson on February 19, 2012
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I know I must be part of a small group, but I think this series was great. Such good memories. If you purchase I would go the the "wkipedia" page so that you can watch this series in the order it was broadcast. Great product, good vendor, 5 stars.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Paul Anderson on October 18, 2011
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A trip through a time when fast editing didn't have to grab our attention,Patrick Duffy (DALLAS) gives a sensitive performance as the last survivor of Atlantis, Belinda Montgommery,is VERY WELL SUITED as the Doctor providing moral and emotional support for Mark Harris, perhaps a lesson for some of those in the Real World to emulate. My memories of this TV series are a little vague but non-the-less fond ones, my only critism is that the 13 part TV series has been sold seperatly. I feel this is missleading of Warner Archive to advise us that, it says, "The complete TV series," so be advised when purchacing that item, it would certainly make more sence to release the 4 TV movies & Complete TV sereies as one package as other TV series have done.

The visual quality is a little impaired for the TV Movies, however, I think this adds to the nostalgia, and besides I grew up in the UK and watched it on a Black & White TV, when a teenager.

Complete Nostalgia.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Frank C. Murillo on July 27, 2011
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Boy I am excited to finally see they may be coming out with good copies of this cult series with Dallas star Patrick Duffy a year before he became famous on Dallas.Young ,handsome, sexy and innocent made Duffy a hit in this sci fi series where he plays an amphibian possibly from Atlantis but he does not remember where he came from.Furnished with a fancy submarine the Cetation it kind be came a voyage to the bottom of the sea with Alan Fudge and Belinda Montgomery as the leads who deal with Mark every week and his missions.The four movies are great but when it became a series some of the episodes are just plain terrible but you must have them in your dvd collection like mine. There are some exception and a few episodes are nicely done.Duffy and his dolphin like humping the water swimming became his trademark.Please sign up for these movies so then the series will come out too. I can't wait.Just for trivia a similar character was invented on Irwin Allens City Beneath the Sea.His character had eye contacts, breathed underwater and even wore yellow shorts just like Duffy does in his series.They called in Agila in that movie.
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