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Red Dwarf: Series IV


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  • Actors: Chris Barrie, Craig Charles, Danny John-Jules, Robert Llewellyn
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0)
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: BBC Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: February 3, 2004
  • Run Time: 180 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (50 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0000WN0ZU
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #101,396 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Red Dwarf: Series IV" on IMDb

Special Features

Audio Commentary: Cast commentary on every episode Documentary: "Built to Last" original documentary Featurette: "Lurve" Featurette, Can't Smeg Won't Smeg Special, Ace Rimmer - A Life in Lame Other: Raw FX Footage, Isolated Music Cues, Trailers, 12-page Collector's Booklet, all totalling over three hours of bonus footage Outtakes: Smeg-Ups and Deleted Scenes Galore!Audio Commentary: Cast commentary on every episode Documentary: "Built to Last" original documentary Featurette: "Lurve" Featurette, Can't Smeg Won't Smeg Special, Ace Rimmer - A Life in Lame Other: Raw FX Footage, Isolated Music Cues, Trailers, 12-page Collector's Booklet, all totalling over three hours of bonus footage Outtakes: Smeg-Ups and Deleted Scenes Galore!Audio Commentary: Cast commentary on every episode Documentary: "Built to Last" original documentary Featurette: "Lurve" Featurette, Can't Smeg Won't Smeg Special, Ace Rimmer - A Life in Lame Other: Raw FX Footage, Isolated Music Cues, Trailers, 12-page Collector's Booklet, all totalling over three hours of bonus footage Outtakes: Smeg-Ups and Deleted Scenes Galore!Audio Commentary: Cast commentary on every episode Documentary: "Built to Last" original documentary Featurette: "Lurve" Featurette, Can't Smeg Won't Smeg Special, Ace Rimmer - A Life in Lame Other: Raw FX Footage, Isolated Music Cues, Trailers, 12-page Collector's Booklet, all totalling over three hours of bonus footage Outtakes: Smeg-Ups and Deleted Scenes Galore!Audio Commentary: Cast commentary on every episode Documentary: "Built to Last" original documentary Featurette: "Lurve" Featurette, Can't Smeg Won't Smeg Special, Ace Rimmer - A Life in Lame Other: Raw FX Footage, Isolated Music Cues, Trailers, 12-page Collector's Booklet, all totalling over three hours of bonus footage Outtakes: Smeg-Ups and Deleted Scenes Galore!Audio Commentary: Cast commentary on every episode Documentary: "Built to Last" original documentary Featurette: "Lurve" Featurette, Can't Smeg Won't Smeg Special, Ace Rimmer - A Life in Lame Other: Raw FX Footage, Isolated Music Cues, Trailers, 12-page Collector's Booklet, all totalling over three hours of bonus footage Outtakes: Smeg-Ups and Deleted Scenes Galore!Audio Commentary: Cast commentary on every episode Documentary: "Built to Last" original documentary Featurette: "Lurve" Featurette, Can't Smeg Won't Smeg Special, Ace Rimmer - A Life in Lame Other: Raw FX Footage, Isolated Music Cues, Trailers, 12-page Collector's Booklet, all totalling over three hours of bonus footage Outtakes: Smeg-Ups and Deleted Scenes Galore!Audio Commentary: Cast commentary on every episode Documentary: "Built to Last" original documentary Featurette: "Lurve" Featurette, Can't Smeg Won't Smeg Special, Ace Rimmer - A Life in Lame Other: Raw FX Footage, Isolated Music Cues, Trailers, 12-page Collector's Booklet, all totalling over three hours of bonus footage Outtakes: Smeg-Ups and Deleted Scenes Galore!Audio Commentary: Cast commentary on every episode Documentary: "Built to Last" original documentary Featurette: "Lurve" Featurette, Can't Smeg Won't Smeg Special, Ace Rimmer - A Life in Lame Other: Raw FX Footage, Isolated Music Cues, Trailers, 12-page Collector's Booklet, all totalling over three hours of bonus footage Outtakes: Smeg-Ups and Deleted Scenes Galore!Audio Commentary: Cast commentary on every episode Documentary: "Built to Last" original documentary Featurette: "Lurve" Featurette, Can't Smeg Won't Smeg Special, Ace Rimmer - A Life in Lame Other: Raw FX Footage, Isolated Music Cues, Trailers, 12-page Collector's Booklet, all totalling over three hours of bonus footage Outtakes: Smeg-Ups and Deleted Scenes Galore!

Editorial Reviews

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Red Dwarf: IV (DVD)

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By the end of this fourth year, Red Dwarf had completed its metamorphosis from a modest studio-bound sitcom with a futuristic premise to a full-blown science-fiction series, complete with a relatively lavish (by BBC standards) special-effects budget, more impressive sets, and more location shooting. Despite the heavier emphasis on sci-fi, the character-based comedy remained as sharp as ever. Witness the Cat's reaction to Lister's pus-filled exploding head; Kryten's devastatingly sarcastic defense of Rimmer; or the classic scene that opens the series, Lister teaching Kryten to lie.

In "Camille," Robert Llewellyn's real-life wife plays a female mechanoid who transforms into something else entirely, as does the episode, which by the end becomes a delightful skit on Casablanca. "DNA" is heavily sci-fi, with lots of techno-speak about a matter transmogrifier and a RoboCop homage--but in typical Dwarf fashion, turns out to be all about curry. "Justice" sees Rimmer on trial for the murder of the entire crew, while Lister attempts to evade a psychotic cyborg. Holly gets her IQ back in "White Hole," but wastes time debating bread products with the toaster. "Dimension Jump" introduces dashing doppelganger Ace Rimmer--he was to return in later series, with diminishingly funny results. Here his appearance is all the better for its apparent improbability. Finally, "Meltdown" goes on location (to a park in North London) where waxdroids of historical characters (played by a miscellaneous selection of cheesy look-alikes) are at war. Only intermittently successful, this episode is really memorable for Chris Barrie's tour-de-force performance as Rimmer becomes a crazed, Patton-esque general. --Mark Walker

Customer Reviews

If you like British silly sci-fi comedy, you will love this series!
T. Maloney
Way past our bed time but it was so worth being sleepy during Sunday school the next day.
Rhade70
Looking for some good laughs and moments to talk to your friends about this is the show.
Lurch

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Micheal Hunt on February 22, 2005
Format: DVD
Red Dwarf is a great comedy series that is a toss up between a sci fi comedy, or a comedy sci fi. For me, it's a comedy set in space, sci fi sounds to geeky to describe this hillarious and long running series.

season 3 & 4 is even funnier then season 1 & 2. and has some hillarious and all time great comedy moments. if you cant enjoy Red Dwarf, you must be a total smeg head.

- EGGS -
disc 1

- Easter egg - Literally.
Accessing this one is different to your average egg. On the main menu, select the "select episode". Now, as the animation is travelling through the corridor, just before it turns right, where one of those droid things are, press enter, there is nothing to select, just press enter, and you will access an Easter egg scene.

- Comic Relief-
Go to the episode selections. And go into the menu for DNA. Once in there, click on "Next". You should now see a chicken drawn into the menu in the middle of the screen. Highlight the `menu' text and press up; you should now have highlighted the chicken's egg. Click ok to watch a scene of the cast doing a commercial for charity.

Disc 2
- Animated Commentary-
Select the "extra features" button from the main menu. Then when it asks if you want to view the animated, or text menu. Select the text menu. On that menu, highlight the "back" text button, and press left on your remote. You will highlight that warping device. Click enter on it and you will watch the producers visual commentary, presented in a flash style cartoon.

these seasons keep getting funnier then the previous
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By millwallkieron on January 2, 2004
Format: DVD
Well, I've seen these episodes a countless number of times thanks to PBS and I must say that each season is better to the one before. Although, season III is really hard to top, season IV comes really close! There really isn't much I can tell you about this show if you've already seen the first three seasons. But, I can recomend this and the three before (and two afterwards, once they become avalible) to everybody who a) loves sci-fi or b) everybody who looks British humor (the only REAL sort of humor, if you ask me)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jacob on November 15, 2011
Format: DVD
The crew of the Red Dwarf are back with series four. Dave Lister last man alive and the last man to eat indian food. Arnold J. Rimmer ships hologram and the only man to fail his astronavagation exams more times then anyone in the history of the space core. The Cat whose wardrobes are so vast they take up most of the hold space on the ship. Kryten he maybe the cleaning mechanoid, but he's also the brains of the crew. And Holly the insanse ships computer that still has to beat her head against the screen to figure her sums. Togeather they travel deep space in search of adventure, action and hopefully a way back to Earth.
This time around the crew encounter a gelf that becomes one's perfect lover. A alien ship that can change DNA and for one of the crew its a step up! After finding a spacepod they discover it was on its way to a penal colony. An experiment has turned Holly back into the super genius she and the crew has to deal with a whitehole. Rimmer geets to meet an alternate version of himself and he's called "Ace" Rimmer test pilot in the space core. Rimmer wants to be very sick now. The crew with the aid of a device that Kryten managed to complete has traveled to a world where waxdriods have come to life and are fighting for thier very exsitance in a war of good versus evil. Will the crew help them?
All this plus many more laughs then you know what to do with. So come onboard and check out what the crew are up to in series four.
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By A. Whitehead on November 15, 2009
Format: DVD
The fourth season of Red Dwarf is interesting in that it is the only one without any major format changes. Some of the behind-the-scenes changes were quite big, most notably the moving of production from Manchester to the far superior Shepperton Studios near London, but otherwise the status quo from Season 3 remains unchanged.

The season begins with Camille, starting a brief two-year tradition resulting from the season beginning on Valentine's Day. In this episode Kryten recovers a female mechanoid named Camille from a wreck, but once back on Red Dwarf it's clear things aren't as they appear, as Rimmer sees Camille as a hologram and Lister sees a human woman. As for the Cat...I'll let that remain a surprise, as it's a classic Red Dwarf moment. It's quite a funny episode based around Casablanca, featuring some ripe misquoting of dialogue and some corny lines, but at the heart of it is some very interesting character development for Kryten, putting him back more or less where he was at the end of his first episode in Season 2, which was probably overdue.

The second episode, DNA, continues the theme of basing an episode around a major SF concept. In this episode the crew discovers a machine that can alter DNA and transform any biological entity into any other one. The upshot of this is that Kryten (whose brain is based on organic technology) gets transformed into a human. Cue some rather Star Trek: The Next Generation Data-esque musings on the nature of humanity and some rather more traditional Red Dwarf musings on how Kryten can cope with his new human sexual organs.
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