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The Mod Squad: Season 2, Volume 2


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  • Actors: Mod Squad
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Color, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Paramount
  • DVD Release Date: May 26, 2009
  • Run Time: 663 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001TWT0AO
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #71,701 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "The Mod Squad: Season 2, Volume 2" on IMDb

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Editorial Reviews

Michael Cole, Peggy Lipton, Clarence Williams III. Flower power" rules on the small screen with this trio of street kids who go undercover to fight crime in mod" style as a way of avoiding jail time for their own petty crimes. The second half of the second season featured the likes of Sammy Davis Jr., Richard Dreyfuss, Margot Kidder, David Cassidy and more. 13 episodes on 3 DVDs. 1969-70/color/11 hrs., 3 min/NR/fullscreen.

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The stories are great.
Kimberly Isbister
It is a great treat to watch these episodes again, and we can look forward to the release of the other episodes with great anticipation.
Terence Allen
In Vol.2 Sammy Davis Jr. and a very young Richard Dreyfuss make their first guest appearances.
Cinnamon

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36 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Ilikestuff on July 5, 2009
I was born in 1962 and immigrated to the US in late 1969 with my family, landing, as so many before us did, in New York. If you know anything of history, or better yet, if you're old enough to remember, those times were unlike any that had gone before or have come since. Nearly revolutionary in their scope and power, but far more hopeful than bitter, a youthful, yearning energy to build a better world seemed to be driving the cultural change and upheaval of those times. I vividly remember staring at the beautiful young people on the streets (though all older than me at the time) with their long hair, and their wild clothes, as strains of Cream, Led Zeppelin and other psychedelia drifted out of open windows.

At the same time, I discovered The Mod Squad. Being only seven to ten or so when the show was on the air, I knew at once it was dealing with the culture that I had seen "out there" and from which all of Middle America seemed to be trying so hard to hide. I was also too young to fully understand what was truly going on and how this TV show fit in. And then it was gone. The show was cancelled in 1973. The hippies disappeared off the streets, the music slowly changed and the world grew older.

But the memory of this show stayed with me, frozen in my mind like a secret, shining picture of a youthful promise that was somehow never fulfilled, in part because of my own broken and fragmented memories and understanding of the cultural and political changes of the strangely foreign nation to which we had come back in 1969.

Imagine then, my excitement at finding out that The Mod Squad was finally being released on DVD.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Pamela G. Lisberg on February 8, 2010
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These group of actors were the STUFF!!! I never missed an episode.
I am a 51 yr old African American female.And during my time in South Central LA.Seeing young people that looked so hip and dressed hip was unheard of back then this show was truly "cutting edge" for their time.I wished they worl release more shows.I will buy everyone of them.These actors were before there time!!!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By DLHSmith on June 15, 2010
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I recently took a 'staycation' at home and watched the first 52 episodes of The Mod Squad. It was one of my favorite shows when it originally aired in the 60s/70s. I was a teenager - always on the lookout for a cute guy. But The Mod Squad is more than just a cute guy, a hip chick and a smart, succinct & 'solid' black guy. It was a show that reflected it's time more than anything else.

I would recommend all four volumes to anyone who loved this show, or anyone who wants to understand what the 60s were like. The cast was perfect and outstanding for their roles. Season 1, Volume 1 has extra features that include interviews with Michael Cole and Peggy Lipton, who tell a lot of fun stories about their time on the show. Yes, Clarence Williams III is absent from the special features, but it may have been his choice, who knows? At the time the beginning volumes were released in 2007, he was involved in 'Mystery Woman' with Kellie Martin on Hallmark Channel.

My favorite episode of all the 52 is "A Time for Remembering." Not your typical flashback show - the sensitve portrayals by the cast members as they deal with a vengeful ex-convict's shooting of one of their own is a true treat. The ex-con is the first guy they put away. You can see him in Season One, Volume One, the pilot episode entitled "The Teeth of the Barracuda."

There are great guest stars, some already famous, and some who became famous later. I enjoyed figuring out some of them. Some of them I hadn't seen in a show for a long time. There's even a special feature on the first season called "The Friends of The Mod Squad," featuring Ed Asner, Lesley Warren, Lou Gossett, Jr. & Tyne Daly.

I hope the other seasons will be released.
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13 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Terence Allen VINE VOICE on February 25, 2009
The Mod Squad is a seminal television show for several reasons. One is that it was so clearly a product of its times - from the clothes, hairdos, to its rebellious, revolutionary, hippie sensibilities.

The second reason is that The Mod Squad was the beginning of the legendary producing legacy of Aaron Spelling, and his many years of providing viewer-friendly programs to both ABC and Fox. Although he had worked as an actor and writer, and had already produced Johnny Ringo and Burke's Law, The Mod Squad began an incredible and unprecedented almost forty year run of producing television shows that captured fans with either high-octane action sequences, or opulent comedies or soap-operatic dramas. The partial list includes The Rookies, SWAT, Charlie's Angels, Starsky and Hutch, Vegas, Hotel, The Love Boat, Fantasy Island, Dynasty, Beverly Hills 90210, Melrose Place, and Charmed.

But still at the heart of this show was the rapport and relationship between the three street kids who were rounded up and rehabilitated into undercover cops - rich kid Pete Cochran (Michael Cole), runaway Julie Barnes (Peggy Lipton), and taciturn revolutionary Lincoln Hayes (Clarence Williams III. Pete, Julie, and Linc had immediate street cred with the mostly young felons they ran across, and even though it could be testy or frosty, their relationship with their mentor and rehabilitator, Captain Adam Greer (played by Tige Andrews)was solid, and they grew to have much mutual love and respect and affection.

The shows could stretch credulity almost to the breaking point, but the shows dealt with relevant issues, were very entertaining, and well written and well acted.

It is a great treat to watch these episodes again, and we can look forward to the release of the other episodes with great anticipation.
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