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1. Prisoner of the Judoon
An escaped alien prisoner, stranded on Earth, needs to use a technology company's nano-forms to escape (and thus wreak havoc, naturally), a company where Rani's mother Gita just happens to be trying to sell floral displays (with her headmaster husband in tow). The prisoner's Judoon guard and Sarah's teenage cohorts are in pursuit of the alien. Sarah Jane herself is otherwise occupied...
A great opener. Though there are more than a few shudders on the way, as the story progresses the emphasis is most definitely on fun. The earth-bound setting allows for far better Judoon-obey-the-law jokes than either its Doctor Who forerunner 'Smith and Jones' or its book form counterpart 'Revenge of the Judoon' (and 'Prisoner of the Judoon' is much more entertaining than either of them. In spite of his authoritarian literalism, or more likely because of it, I ended up feeling rather attached to Judoon Captain Tybo.) Though the story as a whole is an excellent kids story, it's not free of niggles: in the middle of a tale with so many light touches, the abduction of a little girl is extremely dark in contrast to the rest; the part one cliff-hanger (boy genius stating the obvious to super-intelligent computer) is resolved a little too easily; Elisabeth Sladen is well over the top in her altered state. Yet, all-in-all, Prisoner of the Judoon is highly entertaining (the Chandras and Tybo especially so) and a great way start to the series.
2. The Mad Woman in the Attic
Ealing, 2059. Sarah Jane, Luke and Clyde are long gone.Read more ›
As of January 4, 2011, BBC Worldwide Americas have released The Sarah Jane Adventures: The Complete Third Season. These six two-part stories have never been broadcast on North American broadcast networks. Each part is 30 minutes, so the stories are 60 minutes each. This is a 2-disc DVD set suggested to retail for $29.98.
The third story, The Wedding of Sarah Jane Smith, is extra notable for guest starring David Tennant as the Doctor, in the last production he recorded as the Doctor (to date).
From Steve Manfred's website:
The Sarah Jane Adventures: The Complete Third Season:
starring Elisabeth Sladen as Sarah Jane Smith, Tommy Knight as Luke Smith, Daniel Anthony as Clyde Langer, Anjli Mohindra as Rani Chandra, Alexander Armstrong as the voice of Mr. Smith, and guest starring John Leeson as the voice of K9, and David Tennant as the Doctor.
On all two discs, you will find:
Graphical menus, episode and scene selection features, and subtitles for the hearing impaired.
On Disc 1:
Story 1: Prisoner of the Judoon and Story 2: The Mad Woman in the Attic and Story 3: The Wedding of Sarah Jane Smith (guest stars David Tennant)
On Disc 2:
Story 4: The Eternity Trap and Story 5: Mona Lisa's Revenge and Story 6: The Gift
Audio Adventures: A five-minute extract from a Sarah Jane Adventures audio book called "The White Wolf," read by Elisabeth Sladen.
There are no other special features in this release.
This is a standard-definition DVD release, though it is still in anamorphic widescreen (16:9).
Episodes originally transmitted in the Autumn months of 2009 on the BBC.
These episodes have never aired in North America.
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I loved Lis Sladen's Sarah Jane Smith. She does not disappoint in her series.Published 21 days ago by MrsB-USA
Here we have another great season of Sarah Jane Adventures. Season Three continues the exploits of Sarah Jane and her companions as they attempt to save Earth from the dangers of... Read morePublished 7 months ago by A. Nathaniel Wallace, Jr.
I am a Doctor who fan so this show is part of it. Even though it is for kids I find my self liking this show a lot.Published 9 months ago by Steve Louis-Charles
Enjoyed this one with the rhino police. The parents are a nice change and Gita
is really a character.
Not my cup of tea. Watched it for David Tennant but felt he just phoned in his appearance.Published 13 months ago by honeycleo