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Product Details

  • Actors: Cam Clarke, Barry Gordon, Rob Paulsen, Townsend Coleman, Renae Jacobs
  • Writers: David Wise, Fred Wolf, Kevin Eastman, Peter Laird
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, Dubbed, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo)
  • Dubbed: Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Lions Gate
  • DVD Release Date: April 4, 2006
  • Run Time: 30 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (52 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000EHSVG4
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,481 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles - Original Series (Volume 4)" on IMDb

Special Features

  • 12 episodes on 1 disc

Editorial Reviews

Includes 12 episodes from Season 3 of the Original TV Series

Customer Reviews

Great quality DVD and packaging!
Randall C Kemp
Loved this set for the original TMNT cartoon, I missed watching this and this set really brought back great memories of my childhood.
Tyler
These 12 episodes are part of the best season of the entire run.
Andres M. Vilhjalmsson

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

38 of 45 people found the following review helpful By Kevin J. Loria VINE VOICE on March 27, 2006
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The original classic mutant-teens are back, the new series is great, but it's great to see these "still very watchable" toons, My 4 and 8 year-old (DAUGHTERS!) enjoy and ask to see these as a companion to the 21st cen. Counterparts. The FOX series just hit 100 episodes, combined with the original 193, TMNTs will be at 300+ before the end of the year. CONGRATs boys!

Don't be fooled by the VOLUME "4" This volume is continuing (not yet completing) the 35 episode season THREE, running September of 1989 to July 1990, their last season as a strictly syndicated series before CBS, picked them up for the remainder of their 10 years on air. The THIRD vol. contained the first 12 episodes of that season, VOL. 4 contains the next 12.

Notable stories from this season containing the introductions of two major characters recognizable from the 2000s: CASEY JONES (episode 39) and LEATHERHEAD (episode 41). In these earlier incarnations these character's are less like their FOX or their Mirage comicbook selves, but are still a pleasure to watch. Unfortunately this volume just missed including USAGI YOJIMBO (episode 43)

Here's the running order:

The Old Switcheroo

Attack of the Big MACC

Camera Bugged

The Four Musketurtles

Turtles at the Earth's Core

Beware the Lotus

Take Me to Your Leader

Blast from the Past

Casey Jones - Outlaw Hero

Turtles, Turtles Everywhere

Leatherhead: Terror of the Swamp

Corporate Raiders from Dimension X

Note: 5 stars series, but 3 for DVD extras.
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18 of 21 people found the following review helpful By MC groom on April 7, 2006
Ok ive noticed that a few reviewers were questioning the fact that Raphael and Donatello have different voices in a few episodes. There is nothing wrong with your DVDs, the reason their voices sound different is because the people doing their voices were different. For whatever reason Rob Paulsen and Barry Gordon, who usually voiced Raphael and Donatello, were not there at the recording of those episodes. Each character had their own back up actor in case someone was absent for the recording of the episode, so that is all it is. Since the 1989 Season had so many episodes that happends from time to time with Donatello (and Bebop), Raphael, Shredder and Krang. So for future releases dont be surprised if you notice that again. After the 1989 Season most of the usual voice actors were there for the recordings except for some of the last seasons. So anyway, sorry for the long explanation but that is what it is so everyone knows.

As far as the DVD goes, I still think Artisan should have just released the whole 1989 Season in a boxset (like most tv shows) instead of these twice a year, 12 episode, dvds. But I can't complain too much since they are releasing all of them in order, even though it will take years before all the episodes are out. The quality of the episodes are good but everything else is just pretty much bare bones. It would be nice if there were at least a few extras included, but again it is still nice they continue to release TMNT on DVD. With a cheap price it is a good purchase, but just dont expect anything exstensive.
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Christopher P. Cecena on April 18, 2006
Vol. 4 of the original TMNT cartoon covers the next 1/4 of season 3, bringing us to halfway through the season. This volume is where some alternate voices are brought in for a few of the characters, notably Raph and Don, who both also would voice them in a few future episodes; Raph's in the "Turtle Terminator" and an entire storyarc that featured the Turtles vacationing in Europe; Don's in the "Turtle Terminator" as well, plus Leatherhead's debut episode and an episode of the Europe arc.

TMNT alum Casey Jones finally gets to make his animated debut in "Casey Jones: Outlaw Hero." He appeared in a few other episodes as well, such as "Night of the Rogues," "Leonardo Cuts Loose," and "Cyber Turtles." On an interesting note, this show's version of Casey was never seen without his trademark hockey mask.

The tenth episode marks Baxter's return in "Return of the Fly." Interestingly enough, it also features the Rat King as a somewhat ally for the Turtles, who briefly appears to give them some info when Shredder captures April yet again. Personally, I liked this development for him, as it made his true allegiences unclear. While he would still appear to menace the green teens, he would also appear in other episodes like this one to unexpectedly give the Turtles info or advice. Too bad his character was all but runied in season 8 when he was turned into a trench-coat and fedora clad gun-toting assassin.

This also has one of my favorite episodes in the series, and hands down the funniest: Cowabunga Shredhead. In it, Shredder and Krang attempt to make duplicates of the world leaders in order to take over the world. Shredder also attempts to make a duplicate of Michelangelo in order to infiltrate the Turtles and destroy them.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Andres M. Vilhjalmsson on April 4, 2006
Finally they started to speed things up with the releases. The original TMNT is the best cartoon I have ever seen. It is filled with action and humour. The episodes are well written and are never boring. It's so much better then the 2003 TMNT, were the humor is seriously lacking. These 12 episodes are part of the best season of the entire run. I'm looking forward seeing these episodes again. The Turtles, Splinter, April, Shredder and Krang are at top form. Baxter Stockman returnes with a vengenge and Casey Jones is introduced. The Rat King also returns. The episodes included on this release are:

THE NINJA SWORD OF NOWHERE
20,000 LEAKS UNDER THE CITY
TAKE ME TO YOUR LEADER
THE FOUR MUSKETURTLES
TURTLES, TURTLES EVERYWHERE
COWABUNGA, SHREDHEAD
INVASION OF THE TURTLE SNATCHERS
CAMERA BUGGED
GREEN WITH JEALOUSY
RETURN OF THE FLY
CASEY JONES: OUTLAW HERO
MUTAGEN MONSTER

I recomant this to any TMNT fan, or just any cartoon fan. You won't be sorry buying this DVD. I already can't wait for Volume 5, or Volume 6 for that matter :=)
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