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The Wonder Years 6 Seasons

Season 1
4.8 out of 5 stars (391) IMDb 8.3/10

Coming-of-age comedy series set in the late 1960s, focusing on the trials and tribulations of young Kevin Arnold and his family, as he enters junior high school and becomes a teenager.

Starring:
Fred Savage, Dan Lauria

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Season 1

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1. Pilot

Kevin Arnold (Fred Savage) and his friends Paul Pfeiffer (Josh Saviano) and Winnie Cooper (Danica McKeller) are introduced during the summer of 1968.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 24 minutes Release date: January 31, 1988

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2. Swingers

Even at Brian's funeral, all Kevin can think about is Winnie.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 23 minutes Release date: March 22, 1988

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3. My Father's Office

After Kevin asks his Dad about what he does at work, Jack Arnold (Dan Lauria) brings his son to work at NORCOM and he learns more about his dad by spending a day at his office.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 23 minutes Release date: March 29, 1988

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4. Angel

Kevin's older sister, Karen (Olivia d'Abo) is now a hippie who doesn't communicate with her parents anymore.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 23 minutes Release date: April 5, 1988

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5. The Phone Call

Kevin tries to get up the courage to call Lisa Berlini (Kathy Wagner). Paul tries to find out if Lisa likes Kevin by consulting the junior high grapevine.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 23 minutes Release date: April 12, 1988

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6. Dance With Me

Kevin asks Lisa Berlini to the Spring Dance and she says okay, but soon thereafter, when Brad Gaines (Mark-Paul Gosselaar) asks her, she decides to go with him.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 23 minutes Release date: April 19, 1988

Product Details

Genres Drama, Romance, Comedy
Director Steve Miner
Starring Fred Savage, Dan Lauria
Supporting actors Alley Mills, Olivia d'Abo, Jason Hervey, Danica McKellar, Josh Saviano, Robert Picardo, Raye Birk, Linda Hoy, Sean Stanek, Bentley Mitchum, Donnie Jeffcoat, Jacqueline Square, Dah-ve Chodan, William Ter-Veen, Dany Terveen, Arye Gross
Network ABC
Producers Caroline Baron, Carol Black, Neal Marlens, Jeffrey Silver
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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By Paul Budiardjo on October 1, 2003
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
While the complete version of a lot of TV series have been available in DVD, why has this not come out yet? For YEARS I have been checking amazon.com and other major DVD outlets for signs of their appearance. No luck so far. Out of the top 5 TV series I like, "Wonder Years" is the only one that has not appeared in DVD format. Why? Why?
TO THE PRODUCERS (If you are reading this): I solemnly promise before you, and the millions of amazon.com customers, that I will purchase the complete set of DVDs of Wonder Years within 1 week of the release date, no matter what the price is (I only hope that they are reasonably priced).
To the uninitiated: "Wonder Years" is a story of a young teenager (Kevin Arnold) growing up in a middle-class suburb in the late 1960s. Through the other main characters which include the loving mother, distant father, annoying older brother, nerdy but kind best friend, and most importantly, his first love (Winnie Cooper), we accompany Kevin as he encounters new social situations at school, trials in father-son relationship, ups and downs of teenager love life, awareness of puberty and early adulthood, etc.
We all have our moments during teenager years, and as we grow older we often look back with a smile and fondness, or sometimes, regret. But usually, our adult experiences answer the "why" questions we grappled with when we were young, and give closure to some of the growing pains.
That's what the series is all about: trying to find meaning and closure of teenage experiences. Every episode features an interplay between the teenager Kevin and the adult Kevin voiceover reminiscing over his teenage episodes. So many times we find Kevin struggling over with similar issues during our teenage years, and the voice over sometimes give a new and heart-warming perspective. That's what I love most about this series.
Cannot wait to view ALL episodes again in DVD. So, producers, PLEASE.... PLEASE.....!
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~* I honestly think this DVD Set is in the Works.

There seems to be a HIGH demend for this show !!!

I found some ENCOURAGING NEWS on TVSHOWSDVD.COM.

Here is a quoted passage --

"This issue of Entertainment Weekly quotes Fox Home Entertainment's Senior Vice President of Marketing & Communications, Mr. Steve Feldstein, as saying "We've got it on the schedule, but there are hurdles to clear prior to a firm release date."

"On the schedule" sounds pretty good to us, how about you? In all likelihood, the "hurdles" would start with all the music licensing that would have to occur in order to present the show on DVD the same way it was originally broadcast. According to the EW story, that is precisely the way the people who were behind the production of The Wonder Years wants to see these episodes brought home.

I just thought i would share that piece with everyone who has their fingers crossed that this CLASSIC show is brought to DVD.

~*~* hope this helps
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It’s finally here. The one “Wonder Years” fans have been waiting for. Was it worth the years-long wait? Read on.

As most know, the complete series DVD release was held up for years by music licensing issues. Even with all the negotiations that made this long awaited release possible, it was not 100% successful. More on that later. I also won’t be discussing whether or not the set is worth the $250 price tag (You shouldn’t pay more, unless of course you want to spring for the personally autographed limited edition which will set you back another 250. As others have noted, there are sellers buying up blocks of them and peddling them to unsuspecting buyers at increased prices, hoping the buyers hadn’t seen the Time Life/Star Vista offer). The answer to the “Is it worth the money?” question will be different for everybody.

The packaging, aside from one issue I’ll discuss in a moment, is stellar. The whimsical, yet sturdy steel locker replica holds two three-ring binder replicas containing the DVDs with paperback episode booklets and a hardcover ‘Yearbook’ featuring cast and crew comments, memories, trivia and great artwork printed on slick heavy stock. Also included is a set of iconic magnets that can be put on the locker. The one issue that could become a potential problem is that the discs fit so snugly in their sleeves that if care isn’t taken sliding them in and out, could become scratched. As anyone who has ever experienced a fingerprint or a deep scratch on a DVD completely stalling out a player, this could become a problem. My solution: a ten-dollar CD wallet with plastic sleeves from any office supply store. I pulled all the DVDs from their original sleeves and simply relocated them to the wallet. Problem solved.
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The first thing I said upon receiving StarVista/TimeLife's gorgeous packaging for The Wonder Years Complete Series ($249.99) boxed set was "this is too beautiful to open." And I wasn't kidding. It sat on my shelf for days without being touched, eyed from across the room like a glistening trophy too special to be handled. The 26-Disc set comes in a replica school locker (with functioning lock), with magnet stickers for personal customization. On its own it would make for a perfect keepsake and conversation starter. But that would be depriving myself of one of my childhood favorites. The Wonder Years had a profound impact on me and millions of others growing up, but can the set live up to the incredible demand by fans? And does the show still hold up over time?

Well, the answer is "yes" and "heck yes". Included with the 26 discs are a whopping 23 hours of bonus content, which include the expected number of featurettes, commentaries (including one on Kevin and Winnie's first kiss), and B-roll footage. But you also get the incredible cast reunion (interestingly, it's Jason Hervey who may have had the best post-career). Authentic class binders, notebooks, and other items will thrust you deeper into Kevin Arnold's school experience during the turbulent '60s and '70s. You can tell that a lot of love and care went into the entire package. While the remastering isn't perfect, that nostalgic "home movie" quality remains and looks terrific. Nearly all 300 classic rock tracks have been secured to keep the experience as authentic as possible. It must have been a costly effort securing all of those licenses but it was well worth it.
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