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  • Actors: Mario Lopez, Dustin Diamond
  • Directors: Dennis Erdman
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 5
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Lions Gate
  • DVD Release Date: September 2, 2003
  • Run Time: 750 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (138 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0000AKY3Q
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #23,171 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Saved by the Bell - Seasons 1 & 2" on IMDb

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Set in the fictional town of Palisades, California, the series follow six teenagers through their fun-filled days at Bayside School and their antic-filled nights at their favorite hang-out, The Max. Heartthrobs Zack and A.C. are forever vying for the attention of Kelly, the prettiest and most popular girl in school. Screech is the class clown and electronic genius, and fashion conscience Lis a is mostly occupied with expanding her wardrobe. Jessie is the neutralizing force, often trying to convince the gang to do the rig ht thing all while school principal Mr. Belding is continuously trying to connect with the younger generation.

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As high school comedies for young viewers go, Saved by the Bell is as light as they come, yet there is something unusually addictive about it. No doubt that's because the series, set at Bayside High School in Pacific Palisades, California, balances fluffy stories with evolving relationships. It's no chore to watch every episode in this Saved by the Bell: Seasons 1 & 2 boxed set and feel satisfied with the touching, admirable growth and affection between key characters.

The show concerns teenager Zack Morris (Mark Paul Gosselaar) and his eclectic group of friends. Zack himself is a complicated fellow: he's a vain hound for the girls and a screw-up who sets attendance records for detention. But as the series progresses, he also demonstrates that he's a thoughtful kid, underneath it all, with insight and loyalty to others. Tiffani-Amber Thiessen plays Kelly Kapowski, a cheerleader and mall rat who gains seriousness of purpose and dignity over time, and who ends a rivalry between Zack and good-natured sexist jock A.C. Slater (Mario Lopez) by choosing the former--after he cleans up his act a bit. Jessie Murtle Spano (Elizabeth Berkley) may be the most interesting character: smart and given to alternative-lifestyle values, an unabashed feminist yet self-conscious about her height. (She towers over most boys interested in her). Samuel "Screech" Powers (Dustin Diamond) is the show's token nerd, but he defies the stereotype in many ways: In "Dancing to the Max," Kelly develops a crush on Screech after he tutors her in science, while in other episodes he wins a beauty contest and comes to the heroic aid of a chum more than once. What's nice about Saved by the Bell is the way these sundry friends all get to know and accept each other, creating unexpected bonds and encouraging honest support when the chips are down. Highlights include "The Election," in which Zack, typically, runs for class president against Jessie on a lark, then has to face real responsibility when he wins. In "The Prom," Kelly gives up her dream of attending the school prom after her dad loses his job; she's rewarded with Zack's own sacrifice to make sure she's not alone. --Tom Keogh

Customer Reviews

I highly recommend this entertaining and wholesome show.
ADRIENNE MILLER
This is a really good show and I highly recommend it for anyone who likes Saved By The Bell,it's a great show and you can buy it anywhere you buy DVDs.
dhicks
I have seen every single episode many times over and over, LOL, but I will continue to do so, because the show is that dam good.
Michael

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

97 of 103 people found the following review helpful By ALF on September 5, 2003
What young person can't remember spending their Saturday mornings watching the adventures of Zack and company at Bayside High on NBC's "Saved By The Bell"? Those who cannot perhaps have fond memories of watching the show in its popular syndicated airings on TBS. It's tough to stumble across anyone between the ages of 15 and 30 who hasn't seen most episodes and many more than once. If you're reading this, chances are you too remember the fun adventures high school provided for Zack, Slater, Screech, Kelly, Jessie, Lisa and their principal Mr. Belding in this excellent late '80s/early '90s sitcom.
With TV series as popular as they now are on DVD, and with this show relegated to early morning and lunch hour airings (inconvenient for most), what better time to release the first two seasons of "Saved By The Bell" to DVD?
This 5-disc set from Lions Gate Entertainment contains the first 33 episodes of "Saved By The Bell." The season that preceded the years at Bayside - "Good Morning Miss Bliss" (sometimes referred to as "Saved By The Bell: The Junior High Years" on TBS) - is unfortunately NOT included here. That series, which made its debut on The Disney Channel in 1988 and ran for 13 episodes, will hopefully be released at some point in the future. In addition to star Hayley Mills in the title role, the series featured four "SBTB" regulars. Although it differed in tone from the series that became such a hit and revolutionized the Saturday morning lineup, it is quite enjoyable in its own right, and very much deserves to be released to DVD.
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32 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Ham Sammich on September 2, 2003
I need to start out by saying that there are few people in the universe more qualified than I am to write this review. This has been my favorite show since it was broadcast on Saturday mornings. When I saw that the DVD was available, I almost had a heart attack and bought it right up. I don't mean to sound like a DVD nerd, this series is very important to me and I have to say I was disappointed.
First, the positives. It's Saved By the Bell, which makes the collection more priceless than gold and I thought it was very considerate of them to pack two seasons on to one boxed set. As a grizzled veteran of the Simpsons DVDs, I found this very nice. The price is also pretty amazing. It comes on 5 discs and has (almost) all of the episodes from seasons 1 and 2.
Unfortunately, I find several things dissatisfying about the collection. While I don't regret buying it, I wish the distributors would have spent a little more time putting the collection together. The packaging is very cheap and flimsy. When you try to remove the security label on the top of the box, the box tears off with it. Also the spine is very fragile in the fold-out and will tear easily. I am very careful with my DVD boxes and had a few close calls from handling it the first time.
Related is the fact that there are NO SPECIAL FEATURES!!!! I find this absurd. What would be better than a grown-up Dustin Diamond providing voice-over commentary?! They totally missed the boat on this one. There are myriad tidbits they could have included, but didn't. TV spots? None. The True Hollywood Story? Sorry. A cast photo gallery? No way. Not even the cheap stuff! This was the most disappointing absent feature on the DVDs.
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16 of 19 people found the following review helpful By S. R. on September 3, 2003
This DVD collection features 33 episodes packed onto 5 discs. The episodes are in order by air date and not production order, so some of the episodes don't make sense continuity wise. For instance, the actual first episode filmed called "King of the Hill" (where Zack first meets Slater) appears as episode 15 on the third disc. The picture quality is not quite as sharp as some other TV shows on DVD, but this is understandable as it was shot in the early 90s and for a Saturday morning crowd no less. The sound is Dolby 2.0 stereo, which is also what one would expect from such a set. Unfortunately, there are no bonus features on any of the discs. Any hopes of at least seeing some Saturday morning promos for the show or interviews are lost. There aren't even any chapter stops to allow for direct access to certain scenes in an episode. Instead, the only option is to simply skip to the next episode. The experience of watching this DVD set is not unlike that of playing VHS tapes; just pop in a DVD and the episodes play one after another. People who have come to expect extras on DVDs will be sorely disappointed, but hardcore fans of the show will undoubtedly savor every minute of this campy series that's always in session.
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19 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Lori Kaminsky on January 17, 2004
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I expected, that season 1 & 2 would be this season with Miss Bliss and the following season. Sadly, this set skips what I think of as the first season.

I realize from other reviews that what I thought was season 1, was actually another show. I'm not surprised, as this season was different, but in the re-runs of Saved By the Bell, it is included, referred to as Saved By the Bell, and has an opening theme song to the show and everything.

To whomever is releasing this series, please release the season preceding these.
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