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  • Actors: Jack Angel, Michael Bell, Peter Cullen, Neil Ross, B.J. Ward
  • Directors: Franklin Cofod
  • Producers: Franklin Cofod, John Teichman
  • Format: Animated, Collector's Edition, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: 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: Unrated
  • Studio: Anime Works
  • DVD Release Date: September 25, 2007
  • Run Time: 350 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (38 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000SM7R2O
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #15,748 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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Editorial Reviews

A series of unnatural earth tremors frightens the Space mice into action. Rather than running or hiding, they begin to train like soldiers, and fight a pitched battle against the Blue Cat. To back them up, Pidge builds them their very own robot vehicle, a flying mouse. Before they have a successful flight, Voltron is trapped by a powerful underground Robeast. It's up to the Space Mice to launch a rescue mission!

Customer Reviews

Love these old school cartoons.
Stephen C.
I'm irritated when they rush out cheap and generic looking packaging for DVD sets and still charge more or less the same amount.
The old tv shows are the best and you cant pass this one up for nothing.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Servo VINE VOICE on September 2, 2007
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Picking up where Collection Three left off, with the next 14 episodes in the series, Voltron: Defender of the Universe - Collection Four ends the Lion Force Team's first season with the remaining 7 Season One episodes, and starts the second season with the first 7 Season Two episodes. The 4th of 8 Voltron DVDs planned for release by Media Blasters, Voltron - Collection Four is a 3-disc set which comes in a "[Red] Lion's head special molded tin featuring digitally remastered episodes 46-59, Full Frame (1.33:1) video, English 5.1 audio, plus extras which include [at long last] voice actor interviews with veterans BJ Ward (Princess Allura/Witch Haggar), Neil Ross (Keith) and Michael Bell (Lance). As with the previous collections, the amount of work put into this next-to-last Lion Force Team collection will do right by the show's fans. Here are the episodes contained in this collection, plus a list of extras:

46. "The Mighty Space Mouse"
47. "Summit Meeting"
48. "Return of Coran's Son"
49. "Coran's Son Runs Amuck"
50. "Zarkon Becomes a Robeast"
51. "Lotor the King"
52. "Final Victory"
53. "Dinner and a Show"
54. "Envoy from Galaxy Garrison"
55. "Mousemania"
56. "The Shell Game"
57. "The Traitor"
58. "Voltron Meets Jungle Woman"
59. "Little Buddies"

Special Features:
* New 5.1 Surround Mix
* Episode synopses with original airdates
* Featurette on the American produced Lion Voltron episodes
* 1984 stills gallery
* Man on the Street: Voltron memories
* Voices Actor Interviews

Go Voltron!
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This set includes fourteen episodes of the Lion Force Voltron series. These are the final seven episodes adapted from the Beast King GoLion episodes, and the first seven episodes that were produced by World Events Productions for a second season of Lion Force Voltron.

On this set, there are five items in the "Special Features" menu. The first is labeled, "Voice Actor Interviews." Neil Ross, BJ Ward, and Michael Bell were interviewed for this feature. They talked about how they auditioned, what characters they portrayed, the recording process, how they developed their characters, and remembering cast member Lennie Weinrib (who had passed away while the Lion Force Voltron DVD sets were being released).

The next feature is labeled, "Season Three Featurette." This piece includes interviews with Franklin Cofod, Marc Handler, Peter Keefe, and Bill England. This featurette explains why World Events Productions produced new Lion Force Voltron episodes instead of dubbing Albegas (a third robot series they had acquired the rights for). They also talk about how they got several staff members from the original Beast King GoLion series to produce the new episodes, and explain the process that was used to produce the new episodes. The featurette ends with talking about the two new characters (Cossack and Merla) that were introduced in the new Lion Force Voltron episodes.

The next feature is "Man on the Street: Voltron Memories." These are "man on the street" interviews conducted by Jeremy Corray. He went around the streets of St. Louis and randomly asked people if they remembered Voltron. Unfortunately, most of the people interviewed seemed to only have really vague memories of the show, and were more likely than not to give absolutely wrong information.
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The fourth Voltron collection starts off with an epic five-part story, which was originally intended to be the conclusion of the series. Fortunately, because of the show's incredible popularity with American audiences, World Events partnered with Toei (the largest producer of animation in Japan) to create still more exciting Voltron adventures. These additional programs begin on the second disc, and you will undoubtedly notice a difference. At this point, the overused Haggar/Robeast formula is downplayed in favor of richer and more diverse storytelling, making the Red Lion Collection the best Voltron set yet! The newer shows also contain more narration by the legendary Peter Cullen (a.k.a. Optimus Prime) as well as some different background music. Unfortunately, although the artwork in these tacked-on episodes is just as good, if not better than before, the colors are way too dark, the characters look flat due to a lack of shading, and the picture is as grainy as a bowl of Grape Nuts. Princess Allura's famous golden locks are now as orange as a Halloween pumpkin. Pidge's traditional lime-green jumpsuit has an ugly olive hue, and his Voltron uniform is almost black...but at least he's finally done away with that girly hairband, and that's certainly a good thing.

This Defender of the Universe volume contains a total of fourteen dramatic episodes; among them are classic tales like these:

"Mighty Space Mouse": In an effort to divert the attention of the Voltron Force's ever-present mouse friends away from the activities of her new underground Robeast, Witch Haggar orders her blue-furred feline to patrol the fields surrounding the Castle of Lions.
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