Space Sentinels: The Complete Series & The Freedom Force: The Complete Series
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The following season in the fall of 1978, Hercules returned to the superhero business on a different network and with a different team. "The Freedom Force," one of seven segments from CBS's ninety-minute "Tarzan and the Super 7" show featured The Valley of Time, home of the Freedom Force: Isis, goddess of the elements ("Flash Gordon's" Diane Pershing); Hercules, the world's mightiest man (now voiced by Bob Denison); Merlin, master of magic; Sinbad, hero of the seven seas; and Super Samurai, giant of justice; all champions of freedom who battled fantasy-driven mythological foes.
Join them now on adventures through time and fantasy with "Space Sentinels & The Freedom Force - The Complete Series!" This 2-disc collection features all 13 episodes of "Space Sentinels," and all 5 episodes of "The Freedom Force," plus the following Special Features:
* Interview with creators Lou Scheimer, Buzz Dixon, Darrel McNeil, Michael Reaves, Robert Kline and David Wise.Read more ›
MORPHEUS: THE SINISTER SENTINEL
Another sentinel with an evil alignment and who has the power of Astrea, Hercules and Mercury combined, comes to Earth for revenge.
The sentinels have to deal with giant tough-to-beat robots who are initially after some gold as fuel.
THE TIME TRAVELER
A human from an advanced time period has returned to stop the construction of a moon base by destroying the supply rockets (unmanned) shortly after launch.
A large section of the north pole has vanished, and the sentinels are dispatched to investigate.Read more ›
The bottom line is, Space Sentinels is a nice nostalgic trip if you were between the ages of 5 and 12 in 1977. For most everyone else, it's probably not worth owning.
I bought several late 70s early 80s saturday morning cartoons, (at 40yrs old), and been having a freakin field day doing 'Old School Saturday Mornings' here lately. My wife just rolls her eyes as she walks thru to get her coffee but I don't care...I'm having one hell of a time reliving my childhood!!
Over all, I HIGHLY recommend this to any 'Old School' fans out there that love to relive the wonder, fun and great shows we grew up with. The audio/video were/are great and well worth picking this up!!!!!
Kids today SURE AS HELL have no idea what a great Saturday morning is.....wake up at the butt crack of dawn, stumble to the tube and flick it on, shield your eyes cause it's so bright and you just woke up, grab a blanket and curl up on the couch and watch the favs, (while trying NOT to fall back asleep or while eating your cereal :) )
Space Sentinels/Freedom Force
Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends
Thundarr the Barbarian
Then come 12p when they were over, get dressed and go out and play...THOSE WERE THE DAYS!!!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It was a great series set. Both of them.
Though I was upset that Freedom Force only had five episodes. Especially since there were only five made.
I was in the service during the mid 70s and early to mid 80s so many of the cartoons and shows of that period are ones I missed. Read morePublished 11 months ago by jadesun33
This is a great action Sat. morning series with wonderful action. Freedom Force is a lot shorter in content, but is an enjoyable addition to The Space Sentinels.Published 13 months ago by nicefunguy
I'm watching these cartoons right now, these cartoons takes me back to when I was a kid :-)Published 16 months ago by runnerone1
It was called the Young Sentinels when it was on Saturday mornings,so I was thrown back at first.The color,audio are perfect. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Bent steel.
It was not as good as I remembered as a child, but my son enjoyed it. brings back childhood memories.Published on October 1, 2013 by tonynelson
Great deal awesome sale i enjoy it. I was very happy with my purchase and will be getting more in the futurePublished on September 11, 2013 by Tyrone G
Really loved watching this! Brought back so many awesome childhood Saturday memories when cartoons ROCKED! Read morePublished on May 9, 2013 by Audrey Daniels