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Walker Texas Ranger - The Final Season (1993)

Chuck Norris , Clarence Gilyard Jr , Tony Mordente , Eric Norris  |  NR |  DVD
4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (118 customer reviews)

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  • Actors: Chuck Norris, Clarence Gilyard Jr, Sheree J. Wilson
  • Directors: Tony Mordente, Eric Norris, Michael Preece, Joe Coppoletta, Jerry Jameson
  • 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: 6
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Paramount
  • DVD Release Date: June 14, 2005
  • Run Time: 1065 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (118 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0008KLVB4
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #19,779 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Walker Texas Ranger - The Final Season" on IMDb

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Starring karate champion, Chuck Norris, WALKER, TEXAS RANGER centers around Cordell Walker, a contemporary Texas Ranger who is old-fashioned in his method of dealing with criminals, which entails using a lot of force. Joined by his partner, Jimmy Trivette, Walker does not shy away from his "eye for an eye" approach to law enforcement.

In the world of Walker, Texas Ranger, there's no problem that can't be solved with a big truck, a few roundhouse kicks, and the unflappable-bordering-on-comatose cool of martial-arts-champion-turned-B-movie-star Chuck Norris (Good Guys Wear Black, Forced Vengeance). As Texas Ranger Cordell "Cord" Walker, Norris helmed this fusion of karate chops and cowboy hats for nine seasons; for some reason, the last season is being released on DVD before any of the earlier ones. By this point, the show's formula--non-stop action and high drama with no concern for common sense or coherent storytelling--has been honed to a science. No opportunity for peril is overlooked, particularly when it affords Walker a heroic moment. In the season's first episode, firemen recoil from a burning building, but Walker strides in without a word (and without any of that cumbersome protective gear) to rescue a cute boy and his loyal dog. This is refined cheese: Bad guys wear evil on their sleeves and criminal masterminds act like morons whenever it's convenient to conclude the episode. Norris wisely keeps his dialogue to a minimum, usually curt commands to his multi-ethnic troupe of high-kicking Rangers (Clarence Gilyard Jr., Judson Mills, and Nia Peeples) or warm endearments to his beloved wife Alex (Sheree Wilson). Most episodes bounce between a couple of overlapping high-tension elements (say, arms dealers and an outbreak of the Ebola virus), though this season also features an epic four-episode arc about a villainous computer genius known as "The Chairman" (Michael Ironside, Scanners, Starship Troopers). The standard two-pronged attack can be amazingly effective; no matter how absurdly the characters may behave, the next stirring scene is underway before anyone has time to notice. It's as addictive as potato chips. Fans will find Walker, Texas Ranger: The Final Season crunchy and completely satisfying. --Bret Fetzer

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33 of 35 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars 'Final'-ly Here! April 16, 2005
I am like many people who have been waiting for this series to come out onto DVD - excited that it is finally happening, but also a bit perplexed as to why the last season and not the first. The only thing I can think of is that this season is being released first to pay tribute to Noble Willingham who played CD Parker. CD Parker dies in the last season (He's never seen again after mid-Season 8 but the Rangers are informed of his death and CD's funeral is shown in the fourth episode of this season - and then the nature of his death is revealed in the series finale). Noble Willingham died January 2004. He left the series to run for a political office (and lost).

As for this season itself, the season starts after the wedding of Alex and Cordell and ends with the birth of their child. It includes many good (perhaps even great) episodes such as:

"Home of the Brave": (the season's first episode) Walker struggles to rescue a boy trapped in the basement of an apartment building after a bomb was detonated.

"White Buffalo": A statue of a white buffalo begins to shed tears at the same time the Texas Rangers are battling a new drug called 'White Buffalo'.

"Faith": Dionne Warwick plays a grandmother raising her granddaughter (who desperately needs an organ transplant to live).

"Desperate Measures": Gage unknowingly travels with two escaped convicts after his motorcycle breaks down.

"Legends": Martial arts legends (such as Bill 'Superfoot' Wallace and Don 'The Dragon' Wilson) make a guest appearance.

"Without a Sound": Gage loses his hearing from a car-jacking gone wrong.

"6 Hours": As known as 'HeatherCam' A young woman is kidnapped and her death is planned to be viewed live from the Internet.
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52 of 58 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great season but... Why the final season? October 10, 2005
It's so odd to see that the final season of Walker, Texas Ranger, especially with Walker, Trivette, Gage, Sydney and Alex rather than seeing C.D. Parker in early seasons. But anyway, here are the episodes that are on the 9th and final seaosn. (The show debuted in the spring of 1993 so it technically has aired as a mid-season replacement before being ordered a full season that fall.)

1.) Home of the Brave

2.) Deadly Situation

3.) White Buffalo

4.) The Avenging Angel

5.) The Winds of Change

6.) Lazurus

7.) Turning Point

8.) Retribution

9.) Child of Hope

10.) Faith

11.) Golden Boy

12.) Desperate Measures

13.) Division Street

14.) Saturday Night

15.) Justice for All

16.) 6 Hours

17.) Medieval Crimes

18.) Legends

19.) Unsafe Speed

20.) Without a Sound

21.) Blood Diamonds

22.) Reel Rangeers

23/24.) The Final Show/Down (2 hr. series finale)

Great show but next time they should start from the first season. Not the last.
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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars People trump the critics June 14, 2005
The Amazon review/description shows the gap that exists between "critics" and the media elite on the one hand, versus the viewing public on the other. CBS did nothing to promote this show, whose traditional values (as recounted with disdain by Amazon) did not jell with trendy executive values. But Walker's consistently high ratings over nine seasons meant the network could not afford to cancel it. I plan to buy this DVD the first day it is out.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars so when do we get the other seasons :( October 23, 2005
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I'll be completely honest that I never watched Walker: Texas Ranger while it was airing new episodes. I've caught a few here and there of course, but never took the show seriously. I had 2 weeks of vacation, and for some reason my mother had this collection sitting in with her dvd collection. She said that she never watched it. I was at a loss as to why she'd spend money on it. Then I put in the first disc. 3 days later I had watched them all. I was honestly moved by a few episodes. This series was entirely overlooked, and thanks to this collection, I am a Walker fan. I seriously hope that the previous seasons are all released in the near future.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The World Needs More Walker, Texas Ranger July 6, 2005
I watch the reruns of this show every morning while I am getting ready for work. I even tape it so I can watch it again that evening in case I missed something. I have been searching for the DVD sets of these series. I just purchased The Final Season. You must bring out all nine seasons for purchase. This is a must for my collection. I absolutely love Walker, Texas Ranger, the characters, the story lines, the message that it sends on how to live your life. It's was a wonderful series and we need more like this on TV today.

Penny Young (USA)
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars We need more Ranger Walker June 23, 2005
Walker Texas Ranger was great for the simple reason that Chuck did not do a lot of preaching about good versus evil. He and his allies just handled it. There were times when it looked like the bad guys would carry the day but Walker and Trivett kicked butt and took names. I cannot wait to own the entire series on DVD cause lets face it folks too many of todays shows like Friends and Sex and the City lack real substance. Walker had substance and more. It was a modern Gunsmoke except in this Gunsmoke Miss Kitty married her marshall.
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I came to the end of #6 only to find it was part 1, I knew there has to be series 7 and 8. Where can I find them>
May 1, 2009 by Barbara A. Pennington |  See all 2 posts
does any1 know the name of the(walker texas ranger) episode (or set)...
Its called Brainchild and is on Season 5 of Walker Texas Ranger. It is one of the really good ones from this season. Hope you find it or have already received it.
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