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Red Dwarf: The Complete Collection


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  • Actors: Various
  • Directors: Various
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Closed-captioned, Color, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo)
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 18
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: BBC Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: September 5, 2006
  • Run Time: 1560 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (191 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000GI3RZ6
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #25,047 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Red Dwarf: The Complete Collection" on IMDb

Special Features

  • Every episode on 18 discs
  • Lost and Xtended episodes
  • Cast commentary on every episode
  • Documentary accompanying each series
  • Deleted scenes
  • Smeg ups
  • Rare cast and crew interviews
  • "Dwarfing USA" - the truth behind the US pilot
  • Featurettes
  • Original trailers and promos
  • Audio book chapters
  • "Dave Hollins" radio sketches
  • Raw FX footage
  • Isolated music cues
  • Photo galleries
  • Collector's booklet for each series
  • Hidden Easter eggs and more

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Now together in this 18-disc box set, every episode of Red Dwarf plus 24 hours of extras!

Chicken soup machine repairman and intergalactic loser Dave Lister awakes from suspended animation to discover he is the lone survivor of a radiation leak and is now three million years into deep space and the last surviving member of the human race. Dave is soon joined by a hologram of his dead bunkmate, a life-form who’s evolved from his pet cat, and a neurotic sanitation mechanoid. Together this unlikely bunch of heroes attempt to find their way back to Earth, under the guidance of Holly, the ship’s senile computer, encountering a whole heap of smeg on the way.

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160 of 167 people found the following review helpful By calvinnme HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on December 13, 2006
Aboard the Jupiter Mining Corporation vessel Red Dwarf, Dave Lister, a lowly 3rd Technician, smuggles aboard a pregnant cat and when he is found out he is confined to suspended animation for refusing to surrender the animal to the captain. During his time in stasis his bunkmate Arnold Rimmer, a lowly 2nd Technician, is forced to perform the maintenence duties without Lister's help and inefficiently repairs the drive plate, causing it to blow and subjecing the entire crew to deadly radiation. 3 million years pass until the background radiation level has dissipated to a safe level. At this point Holly, the ship's computer, releases Lister from stasis and tells him of the accident and also ressurrects Rimmer as a hologram to be a companion for Lister. After the initial shock, Lister realizes that he has the run of the ship, allowing him to be, basically, himself: a layabout slob. Rimmer and Lister discover that the cat had been sealed in the ship's hold during the accident and has bred there for the last 3 million years and evolved into man, one of whom is still on the ship. The rest of the cats mistook Lister's laundry list as navigation instructions to a habitable planet and crashed and died in space. When he discovers his new friend, Lister decides to complete his dream of owning a farm on Fiji and orders Holly to set a course for Earth. Much of this first season involves Rimmer trying to still boss Lister around even though he is just a hologram, the cat coming to grips that he is the last of his kind alive, with Lister constantly trying to get Rimmer to "turn himself off" so Lister can keep company with Kochanski's hologram instead. This is because the ship can only support one hologram at a time. Kochanski was the attractive officer Lister was in love with before he went into stasis.Read more ›
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92 of 101 people found the following review helpful By Graham D. Lincoln VINE VOICE on February 9, 2007
Honestly, I wish I could give this series more stars; Red Dwarf is the Smegin' Greatest Creation of Mankind.

I began watching this series in 1991, and I have always recommended Red Dwarf to everyone. I've been pimping Red Dwarf since the early '90s, but I never had a chance to finish watching the series. Now that I own the entire collection of episodes of Red Dwarf, and I have finished watching the series, I thoroughly recommend purchasing the Boxed set of DVDs.

These DVDs have many extra features, edited and extended scenes, numerous extra bits, hidden features, and humorous additions which provide countless hours of entertainment.

No matter how messed-up the world is, or how much the daily news can ruin your day, this Boxed set of Red Dwarf episodes and Bonus materials will brighten your life! If you do not find the series humorous, you might want to check your pulse.

I personally feel a deep connection to the sets of the scenes, as well; Commodore geeks from back in the day will smirk often. In fact, the entire Red Dwarf series is likely to make you laugh and smirk, as well as adopt Red Dwarfisms. When your boss is a jerk, you can just say, "Smeeee....Smeeee." Your coworker will get it, but your boss or Human Resource Manager hopefully will not. There are a wealth of inside jokes, catchphrases and memorable scenes within the world of the Red Dwarf crew.

This boxed edition is well-worth the investment! Back in the day, I watched episodes that friends had taped, so I greatly appreciate the convenience of these great quality, well-packaged, stylish, well-documented DVDs. I am very impressed with every aspect of this set; the collection was well thought out, and I look forward to inducting more people into the Red Dwarf Cult in the future.
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39 of 43 people found the following review helpful By M. Garland on June 27, 2007
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I can't believe the entire collection finally came out on DVD. I can't say enough about it, and I can't get enough of this show.

This is by far the best comedy series I've ever seen, even above Monty Python, Fawlty Towers, Rising Damp, and Butterflies. I watched this show every chance I got when they were being re-run on PBS. I missed so many at the time, then I got the set. My wife hates it when I pull these back out and start watching them again, sitting around giggling like an idiot at all the cleverly witty banter and situational comedy these characters get into. It's still as funny today as the first time I saw them. Even the late episodes are great.

Some of my favorite lines and scenes came in the later seasons. Like in Duct Soup, Season 7, Ep.4: Cat and Lister are crawling the ductwork of the ship, trying to repair a reactor leak (I believe), and Cat tells Lister he hears a sort of "swirly, watery, rushing kinda noise". It turns out to be the raging water of the backwash system that flushes the sewer ducts. A few minutes later, Cat says now that he hears a sorta "windy, swirly, drying kinda noise" and a frustrated Lister asks him if he's sure it's not a sorta "smacking cat upside the head kinda noise". Trust me, it's a lot funnier on the show and I can't do it justice; but it's one of my favorite scenes.

Also, this excerpt, Season 3, Ep.1, where no matter what, Cat is worried about his appearance:
LISTER: Fasten your belt.
CAT: Hey, I do NOT need fashion tips from YOU.
LISTER: SAFETY belt! (Points out the window) Look!
CAT: Is that what I think it is?
LISTER: What d'you think it is?
CAT: An orange whirly thing in space!
LISTER: It's a time hole. That's where they are. We're goin' in.
CAT: Are you crazy?
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Is this the BBC version or American version?
The Ace Rimmer scene that opens "Stoke me a Clipper" was certainly on my copy of the Series 7 DVD--but you do have to hit "play episode" as opposed to "Main Titles" on the scene selection menu to be able to see it.

Regardig the bit from "Psirens", I'll... Read More
Jul 8, 2008 by John M. Kertis |  See all 8 posts
2 x 8 = 18?
Seasons 7 & 8 are each 3 disc sets because they contain more episodes than the previous seasons. It was a cool idea to come up with a normal looking case that can actually hold 3 DVDs without laying them on top of one another. Anyway, that's how you get 18 discs.
Jul 18, 2007 by Mr. |  See all 2 posts
Is this the remastered or original version?
It's the original version.
Jul 25, 2008 by D. Garrett |  See all 11 posts
Does this include the 2009 BACK TO EARTH episodes?
No it does not, it is from series 1-8 only, you have to get that one separately.
Sep 6, 2009 by Richard Wegner |  See all 4 posts
Why not offer the cardboard box to fans who bought the series individually?
I am in full agreement! I was so happy that Peter Jackson did that with his Extended Edition of LOTR. It's the least someone can do for their loyal fans that painstakingly and patiently waited for months and months and years and years, gathering each DVD as it was released, in part to ensure... Read More
Aug 23, 2006 by Deja Hanson |  See all 3 posts
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