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  • Actors: Larry Kenney, Lynne Lipton, Peter Newman, Earle Hyman, Earl Hammond
  • Format: Dubbed, Box set, Closed-captioned, Collector's Edition, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English (Mono), French (Mono)
  • 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: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: August 9, 2005
  • Run Time: 759 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (181 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0009IW8AI
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,217 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Thundercats - Season One, Volume One" on IMDb

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Editorial Reviews

Thundercats: Season One, Volume One (DVD) (Discs 1-6) (3-Pack)

Customer Reviews

I just get a feel like there is something missing.
Cassie
The picture quality is pretty good most of the time; the mono sound is just OK.
iansomniak
This is was one of my favorite cartoons of the 80's.
Beatrice

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394 of 421 people found the following review helpful By Marcus N. Hanks on August 10, 2005
Format: DVD
Thundercats was one of the best shows to come out of the 80s (Transformers being at the top), and one every fan has been eagerly awaiting to hit DVD.

Months ago, WB finally announced they would be releasing the series in a total of four box sets (33/32/33/32), which had everyone cheering for the return of one of their favories shows, in top notch DVD quality. Most of all, they were given a SRP of $64.99, thus guaranteeing the episodes must be remastered. Unfortunately, this is not the case.

For a SRP of $64.99, you get 33 episodes on six discs, but without any remastering done whatsoever. What was WB thinking? Not only do the episodes look like they were dumped down from VHS tapes (giving it a bootleg quality appearance), but there are a mass amount of errors throughout the episodes themselves. One of the major issues is with the second episode, "Unholy Alliance," which is missing all of the music (sans the opening and closing) during the episodes. However, this is only the case in the English track as both the Spanish and French versions have the music playing. Whatever the reason is, this is totally unacceptable. Hopefully WB will issue a recall and offer replacement discs.

The next negative to this set is that it is definitely no where near woth a SRP of $64.99. Yes, you can buy them cheaper online or at a retail store, but if you pay more than $30-35 for this set, then you were just ripped off. You could buy a DVD-R bootleg (not that you should) off ebay of the entire series in the same quality (if not better) for $15 more.

With other 80's shows, coming out (or have already been released) with a beautiful remastered print, and 5.1 audio, this makes this buy even worse than it seemed before. Why couldn't WB let Rhino handle this?
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46 of 52 people found the following review helpful By Trebor on August 11, 2005
Format: DVD
One of the best cartoon series during the 1980's has received one of the worst dvd releases ever. The cartoon receives 5 stars, the quality receives 1 star. It results in the average of 3 stars. Here's the details:

The BEST:

First and foremost, it *is* Thundercats. It *is* on dvd, and it *is* about time. Thundercats is one of the most popular and beloved cartoons of all time. The characters, storyline, animation, music and effects came together to form a magnificent cartoon. The voice acting is well done, and practically every story draws the viewer in and leaves you wanting more. Two of my favorite episodes from the series is included with this release: "Pumm-Ra" and "The Ghost Warrior". While both episodes contain many parts which detail why they are my favorite, I have two highlights to share.

In "Pumm-Ra" the moment comes when Pumm-Ra has possesson of the Sword of Omens. As he raises it above his head, and tries to call upon the swords power(s) by uttering: "Thunder...Thunder...Thunder..Thundercats...Ho!" The music, the brief capture of Lion-O just prior in fear/shock not knowing what will or is about to happen, the after effects (I.E. The "Cataclysm" as Panthro states), all build such a great moment. However, for me, once Pumm-Ra hand is forced by the sword to release it, Jaga appears instantly before Lion-O and states: "The mystic Sword of Omens cannot be used for evil...know the wrath of Jaga", it is just an awesome moment. Lion-O picks up the sword, only to be mocked by Pumm-Ra: "Too late...Boy"! The Mutants than appear behind Lion-O in the Thundertank...I could go on, but it's better you watch it.

In "The Ghost Warrior", there are also numerous reasons why I love it.
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28 of 31 people found the following review helpful By iansomniak on August 14, 2005
Format: DVD
At long last, the DVD set we've all been waiting for since 1985: Thunder-Thunder-Thunder-ThunderCats! I don't have to tell you the ThunderCats was/is/and always will be the absolute finest animated series ever produced. Unfortunately, however, this release comes with a couple of flaws. On the plus side, the set consists of 6 single-sided discs - not those hated "flippers" as originally reported. The box/case art is sensational; you'll be proud to display this on your DVD shelf. The picture quality is pretty good most of the time; the mono sound is just OK. BUT, the most important episodes in the series, the first and the second, are botched! In the early part of "Exodus," the picture sort of starts to roll for a few seconds while Jaga is talking to Lion-O after the destruction of Thundera. This alone is enough to make a person think they've got a defective disc, but the most jarring glitch doesn't show up till the second episode (for which NO TITLE appears on the screen). Yes, fellow super-fans, it appears that Monkian was at the controls during the transfer of "Unholy Alliance" from VHS to DVD, as the version presented here is TOTALLY devoid of the familiar ThunderCat background music! Unbelievably, the very first time we visit the tomb of the dreaded Mumm-Ra...the very first time we witness his horrific transformation from his decayed form to the terrifying "Ever Living Source of Evil"...the very first time he's sent screaming and crying back to his foul sarcophagus by the mighty Lord of the ThunderCats and his mystic Sword of Omens ...we hear NO MUSIC!Read more ›
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thundercats, did they fix the sound?
The damaged ones were recalled. The new ones have the music added.
Apr 8, 2011 by Sarah Hames |  See all 3 posts
tiene audio español
estas haciendo una pregunta o lo estas afirmando??? a mi me gustaría saber si los dvd tienen audio latino.

Does the dvd of thundercats have language spanish (audio)??? (my english is not very good :) )
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