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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Complete Season 9

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Join the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles as they face off against new opponents: the evil Lord Dregg and Hi-tech, while also fighting against their own uncontrollable mutations in the mind-bending Season 9! With the help of Carter, a new ninja ally, Michelangelo, Leonardo, Raphael, and Donatello - struggle to stop Lord Dregg from enslaving Earth, while overcoming Replicon, a battle droid that regenerates after each defeat. Featuring nonstop, sewer to-street action, these eight adventures will leave you wanting more turtle power! Includes 8 Shell-Busting Episodes: The Unknown Ninja, Dregg of the Earth, The Wrath Of Medusa, The New Mutation, The Showdown, Split-Second, Carter the Enforcer, Doomquest.

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  • Format: Multiple Formats, Animated, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, Full Screen, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    NR
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  • Studio: Lionsgate
  • DVD Release Date: August 16, 2011
  • Run Time: 176 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (48 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B005335K7W
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,536 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles was a series & toy that became super huge in the later 80's. It continued into the 90's with much success! Originally airing on Fox, and later on CBS. The later seasons (including 9) had some differences from the earlier seasons. The turtles would face a different wave of bad guys. Dregg is the new main bad guy. He is backed up by alien/robot characters. They meet a character named Carter. He also has studied martial arts. April has a different outfit. And doesn't really work for channel 6 news. And what's majorly different is the turtles mutate into bigger weird looking turtles! Carter also mutates into a big Native American warrior looking dude. The animation is different as a whole too! In my opinion, it isn't for the better. The animation isn't horrific. But it's a step back from the orignial earlier animation. I remember watching these episodes on CBS. They we're pretty cool still. However I found the earlier seasons more enjoyable in most aspects. The series also seems to take on a more serious form to it. Not quiet as many jokes. Like I said...It's still pretty cool. But people that grew up with the turtles when they started the series, probably agree the older seasons are slightly better. I definitely recommend this DVD/season to anyone that was into the old G1 TMNT series. And even the kids of today should enjoy it. My 9yr old son loves TMNT. He has the 2003 series on DVD. And we have almost all the original series. He favors the old series. And he does enjoy this DVD along w/ all the other old schools. This DVD has 8 episodes and is the entire 9th season.
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This is an excellent classic cartoon series. You will enjoy watching this and can share this with your family. It is a very family friendly show. The print quality on the DVD is great and you will not be disappointed. This is a rare series and is very hard to find. It is definately work picking up on Amazon if it is still available.
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Shredder and Krang are out and the alien Lord Dregg is in for the ninth season of TMNT. The show dropped the silliness and became serious as the turtles and their new friend Carter try to solve their out of control mutations.

Season 9 episodes are:

The Unknown Ninja
Dregg of the Earth
The Wrath of Medusa
The New Mutation
The Showdown
Spilt-Second
Carter, The Enforcer
Doomquest

I never saw the Season 9 until it arrived on DVD. At first I didn't like the new baddie Dregg, but after awhile he warmed up to me, but I still miss Shredder and Krang.
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Darker colors, new beginning, and less jokes. I can deal with that. Even less Shredder is a bit harder to deal with. I waited a while for this to be released and needed it to complete my collection. Some of these episodes I had never seen before and I was glad to do so. The turtles are growing and things always change. Love it!
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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles classic series episodes, season 9. Gotta love these guys, young or old. These episodes capture who they were back in the day, and show why so many still love them, even now. If you dont have the original series, its totally worth getting. At this point ion the original series though, be warned. The content is slightly darker, and the theme song is different....but its still the turtles. :)
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After Shredder and Krang were stopped from bringing their Technodrome back to Earth from Dimension X in Episode #178, they are nowhere to be seen or heard on Season 9.

So just when the T.M.N.T. thought that it was time to party, a brand new archenemy invades the Earth for them to deal with -- Lord Dregg! :( He is even meaner than the other 2 archvillains put together, and his attitude will show in the final episodes of the long running franchise. That's not to say that fans should be disappointed, though, because the episodes are still very awesome! This disc contains Episodes #179 through #186.

Episode #179: While the T.M.N.T. face the threat of Dregg, they have 2 additional problems to worry about. Carter, a T.M.N.T. fanatic, meets up with them, but in an uneventful manner. Furthermore, Donatello realizes that the mutagen that initially caused the 4 of them to mutate is STILL active -- WHAT?! The truth will reveal itself in the next episode. Carter also accidentally spills some mutagen on himself.

Dregg sends down his Technogang and reprograms the Intimidator robots to attack the citizens of NYC. Bonus -- April has a new haircut, but she is no longer with Channel 6 and is now an independent reporter. So that means no Irma, Vernon, or Burne Thompson to see anymore. :(

Episode #180: The Technogang steal the Proton Accelerator, which Dregg intends to use for an unusual purpose. He summons the NYC citizens and tries to convince him that he's a "good guy" -- say what?! Yes, he actually succeeds in getting them to listen. The T.M.N.T. don't take too kindly to the media liking Dregg, but they have bigger problems to deal with.
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I love the turtles when they came out in daytime and fought Shredder, Krang, Bebop, and Rocksteady often. But, the original series changed since Season 8. They disappeared even though Shredder and Krang returned later in the tenth and last season. Also, Irma, Vernon, and Burne disappeared as well. However, some alien warlord named Dregg and his followers arrived and became replacement enemies for the turtles. Season 9 was as good and dark as Season 8. But, Seasons 1-7 are the ones I enjoy the most.
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