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  • Actors: David Soul, Paul Michael Glaser, Antonio Fargas, Bernie Hamilton, Robert Viharo
  • Directors: David Soul, Bob Kelljan, Charlie Picerni, Earl Bellamy, Georg Stanford Brown
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Closed-captioned, Color, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono)
  • Subtitles for the Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 1 encoding (US and Canada only)
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  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 5
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: March 15, 2005
  • Run Time: 1130 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (71 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0007A0F4Y
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #21,617 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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Starsky & Hutch, starring Pail Michael Glaser and David Soul, is the epitome of the hip, 70s buddy cop show. Season Three reacted to criticism about the hit series boundary-pushing violence by pumping up the serious drama. The 1977-1978 season tackled socially relevant themes like child abuse, homosexuality and mental illness mixing "issues" with tire-squealing car chases, gunplay and colorful recurring characters like jive-talking Huggy Bear (Antonio Fargas) and quick-tempered Captain Dobey (Bernie Hamilton). A dazzling array of guest stars including Danny DeVito, Melanie Griffith, Suzanne Somers, Joan Collins and Philip Michael Thomas (TV’s "Miami Vice") shared screen time with the two handsome cops, who directed some Season Three episodes. The show’s outrageous style and tongue-in-cheek humor, now played alongside more serious story lines, made STARSKY & HUTCH one of the most popular and innovative cop shows ever.

Customer Reviews

Goid quality DVD's.
Diane Kreiss
3 stars A Body Worth Guarding: Well it took awhile but I get my first 5 star episode of Season Three, and it was well worth the wait.
William Smith
I am glad that this great series has been released on DVD.

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43 of 46 people found the following review helpful By William Smith on July 31, 2005
Format: DVD
Starsky and Hutch: Season III

(Out of 5 stars)

The Scale
(5 classic, 4 very good, 3 good but flawed, 2 at least S&H were good!, 1 Voodoo Priest)

Murder on Voodoo Island: 1 and 2: Seems like a good idea on paper... and even a slight recreation of Season Two's getaway theme "Murder at Sea", sadly this doesn't contain the same magic, and throw in an overzealous "Voodoo Priest" and you've got a real mess. Part 1: 3 stars Part 2: 1.5 stars

Fatal Charm: I'll admit, after the above episodes I was concerned... somewhat. I'm somewhat new to S&H but owning both the first Two Seasons, I know what this show is capable of and this episode solidly hit's the mark. I have a "thing" I guess for these "stalker-type" stories and this one is actually quite chilling. I'm taking a half star off b/c the "hooker undercover" part of the story was weak. And did I hear a "boing" when the axle came off? Sheesh. 4.5 stars.

I Love You, Rosey Malone: If you can look past the silly title you'll find a decent episode. The brightest spot being the chemistry between Rosey and Starsky. 3.5 stars.

Murder Ward: This one has its moments and considering it was cast for TV I think they did about as good a job as they could. This one gives Paul Glaser an excellent vehicle to ham it up. 3 stars.

Death in a Different Place: This one is interesting. Some here seem to rave about it, and while I think it is fair to midland, the interesting aspect is seeing how the term "gay" is "homo-sexual" and how people in general, as far as the show dealt with the subject matter. The end bit, "tag" if you will, was telling:) 3 stars.

The Crying Child: I'm sorry but this subject matter is so typical 70's-After-School-Special that almost by default the episode sank.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Amazon.com Customer on April 3, 2005
Format: DVD
Love the packaging on all Seasons (1-3) and want Sony to continue with the final season as they have done with the previous seasons. I also would like to make sure that they do not get syndicated versions of the episodes, most notably Quadromania, which is a subpar transfer compared to the rest of the package. Also, it would be nice if the episode is a 2 hour special to let it run the entire 2 hours without breaking it into parts. I love the 2 part concept when it was originally aired in that way (ex: Las Vegas Strangler, The Set Up, and The Plague) Murder at Sea and Voodoo Island (aka Playboy Island) were 2 hour episodes. Season 4 has the famous 3 part episode Targets Without A Badge. I hope they transfer it with the proper To Be Continued at the end of each part. Also, showing the previously on Starsky and Hutch sequence before starting the next part would be highly welcome. It adds to the authenticity of the real broadcast. Let's make sure that Season 4 is done properly without any syndicated transfers, keeping the original episode in full form.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Pam on August 7, 2005
Format: DVD
I am glad that this great series has been released on DVD. The Packaging has been top notch but it was a shame that the episodes on Season 3 were "digitally re-mastered???" in a chopped up form! Even the VHS's weren't as badly chopped as they are here on this set.

Extras? Why none! How about including commentaries by Mr. Glaser and Mr. Soul on at the very least, the fine episodes that they directed. (A great example of that is the commentary by Paul Glaser on the DVD of "Running Man".) Episodes "Deckwatch" and "Class in Crime" were excellently directed by Mr. Glaser. Well paced, and everything in it's place! Right down to the ticking clock in Deckwatch as if everyone's heart were beating at the same stroke! Fabulous!
Some of the best episodes in this season include:
I Love You, Rosey Malone
The Heroes
The Plague 1 and 2
The Action
The Trap
Satan's Witches

For the final Season 4, please try to have more respect for the original artistry that went into the episodes. Transfer them as originally aired and keep them in the order that they aired as well.

It's been 30 years of "Starsky and Hutch" and there is a HUGE following that continues to this day. I really do hope that the final edition will be loaded with great things... Then and Now interviews, maybe some bloopers (fans know that they're out there! MOST important, commentaries by the Fab Four.. Paul, David, Antonio and Bernie. A reunion discussion with just them chatting about "things" would be great too!

As I've said before, this is more than a story of 2 good cops, look beyond and behind the badge and you will see its a story of 2 men who are compassionate, caring and share a loving brotherhood bond. Thanks for a great series guys! You're the best!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Jenn on September 2, 2005
Format: DVD
Starsky & Hutch the Epitome of a buddy-cop tv show - one of the greatest shows ever to hit the airwaves, is now on it's third season. Paul Michael Glaser, David Soul, Antonio Fargas and Bernie Hamilton were such a great team that to have the series brought back after 30 years - it makes it for a whole new generation of people to enjoy.
I'm really glad that Columbia/Tri-Star decided to release this series as it is a great collection. The two stars directed some episodes and the exotic locations, thrilling car chases and gunfights of cop vs robbers, etc. is awesome.
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