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If Scarecrow and Mrs. King bears comparison with Remington Steele, the cases that deal with the domestic arena help to set it apart, with perpetrators ranging from cooking-show hosts to cosmetics titans. The more dramatic episodes don't work as well, mostly because they feel like retreads from The Rockford Files (executive producer Juanita Bartlett has written for both programs). Also, Jackson is a deft comic actress, but her crying scenes don't quite convince. Still, it's a minor complaint about a light entertainment that wasn't aiming for documentary realism. Plus, it's the chemistry between the leads that led to three more seasons--and Boxleitner's GQ good looks certainly didn't hurt. --Kathleen C. Fennessy
Enjoyed this show. Gives women a positive image. Mrs .King proved herself to be a worthy partner to a seasoned secret agent.Published 20 days ago by D. Repka
Brought back memories of watching them when first released on television.Published 20 days ago by TXAnimalCare
Loved this show then; still love this show now
I been waiting and checking regularly for this series to come out on DVD for quite awhile; I checked again recently and... Read more
When several friends found out I was a fan of Babylon 5, they made the connection between series star Bruce Boxleitner and his 80's series, Scarecrow and Mrs. King. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mark Baker - Carstairs Considers
My wife and I love this show. She keeps the DVDs inside our TV/DVD combo in the kitchen 24/7 and watches it all the time when cooking and doing dishes. Read morePublished 1 month ago by D. Ozzy
Who doesn't like the 80s. Of course if you grew up watching this show you will love seeing it again as an adult. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Readsforfun
This show is still a classic. I watched it when it came out as show on TV and still enjoy re-watching the series. It was cleverly written and still entertains. Read morePublished 2 months ago by medenman
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|Any News On Season 2,3 and 4 ?||
You need to let Warner Brother's know of your interest. Contact them.
Warner Brothers Home Video has to release seasons 2-4 on DVD soon! However, they may think that their isn't interest in them. Let's change their mind by sending them an email noting our interest.
Just go to www.wbshop.com... Read More
Jul 11, 2010 by Micha | See all 8 posts
|Scarecrow and Mrs. King on DVD in 2010!||
Oct 21, 2009 by Lotamoxie | See all 12 posts
|Please release Scarecrow and Ms. King||
The latest HTF chat i found with WB Home Video (Sept 08) says there are no plans for SMK release but they recognize there is interest - "No plans currently on Scarecrow but we recognize there is interest." What a blowoff! AOL and Fancast are showing episodes online - watch 'em while... Read More
Aug 7, 2009 by Jeff Bullock | See all 8 posts
|European format please?||
Series 1 is available in Germany for 36,99 since last June.
Jan 6, 2011 by waenzchen | See all 3 posts
|Sign up alerts now up for SAMK Seasons 2,3.4 and Blu Ray 123 & 4||
Would love SAMK on Blue Ray!! How would I sign up? Thanks!!
Jul 20, 2010 by S. Acuff | See all 3 posts
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