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Xena Warrior Princess - Season Six


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Product Details

  • Actors: Lucy Lawless, Renée O'Connor, Michelle Ang, Adrian Brown, Ric Chan
  • Directors: Charles Siebert, Charlie Haskell, Chris Martin-Jones, Garth Maxwell, John Fawcett
  • Format: Box set, Color, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 10
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Starz / Anchor Bay
  • DVD Release Date: March 8, 2005
  • Run Time: 1040 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (88 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00076ONT6
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #20,576 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Xena Warrior Princess - Season Six" on IMDb

Special Features

  • All 22 Episodes from Season Six
  • Several Cast & Crew Interviews
  • Audio commentaries with: Lucy Lawless, Renee O'Connor, Rob Tapert, and Joel Metzger
  • Alternate Director's Cuts and deleted scenes
  • 5 Featurettes
  • Director's Cut version of A Friend In Need 1 & 2
  • Xena Season One Promo
  • Bloopers
  • Never-before-seen on set footage
  • Production drawings and sketches
  • Photo Gallery

Editorial Reviews

This classic series-ending collection highlights the show’s mastery at mixing mythic gods and ghastly beasts. These wildly imaginative storylines are brought to vivid life through the dynamic performances of Lucy Lawless as the indomitable Xena and Renee O’Connor as her loveably irrepressible companion. For fans of the Warrior Princess, Xena’s sixth and final season is an unforgettable curtain call.

Customer Reviews

A must have for any true Xena fan.
Kelly A. Monaghan
The colors are good, (People are saying there bad) Maybe it's the tv, because the colors are great.
Xena/Hercules Mania
All DVD's in the set played perfectly.
K. Stewart

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

103 of 112 people found the following review helpful By Laurel on June 28, 2002
Format: VHS Tape
I've been an unconditional Xena fan from day one & I'm convinced there will never be another show as noble, profound, rare and all encompassing as Xena: Warrior Princess was. With that, I own all 6 box sets & this season, hands down, is my FAVORITE for more reasons that I can express. The chemistry between Xena (Lucy Lawless) & Gabrielle (the brilliant Renee O'Connor) was always unsurpassed but they both just ILLUMINATED every adventure, every script, and every moment of this season like it was nothing. The acting was immeasurable and flawless, the plots were salted with idealism, stories of retribution and forgiveness, everlasting love, inexplicable sacrifice and unrelenting bravery, the profound depths of one's being exposed...EVERYTHING was touched upon this season. The special effects were top notch, the sets were lush and rich, the guest stars were excellent, the dialogue consisting of nothing but the best & their devotion to one another the strongest it ever was.
6th SEASON FAVES INCLUDE:
Who's Gurkhan?
When Gabrielle learns that her niece has been captured by the vicious raider Gurkhan, she sets sail for North Africa on a rescue mission with Xena, Eve, and Virgil.
Legacy
Xena and Gabrielle intervene to help two tribes unite against their Roman enemies in the North African desert.
The Abyss
Xena and Gabrielle are forced into a deadly confrontation with cannibals when they go in search of Virgil. Contains the famous cave scene where Xena embraces the very hypothermic Gab
The Rheingold
Xena embarks on a deadly mission involving her dark past when the Norse warrior Beowulf approaches her for help.
The Ring
Xena must battle a monster of her own making to recover the destructive Rheingold ring she forged in her evil Xena days.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on April 5, 2010
Format: DVD
Xena can only be described as one of the most pivotal characters in television history - whether you loved or hated the show, she became a cultural phenomenon, the first true action hero that was a fully realized person with a sense of humor, flaws, and a sense of noble purpose. The show built from a rather schlocky Hercules knock-off into a full-fledged original, and that's doing quite something.

As always in this series, shows are character-driven much more than plot-driven. So while there's an over-arching story and mythology, if a story seems to illuminate or use a character to good effect, the story is presented. Best episodes this season were "Who's Gurkhan?", the (creepy) cannibal story, "The Abyss", the excellent "Rheingold" arc (sort of a loose 3-parter), the very amusing and quite unexpectedly touching "Old Ares Had a Farm," the amazing "When Fates Collide," and the lovely, light "Many Happy Returns." These episodes contain a lot of really wonderful moments between characters, and some in surprising ways. "Old Ares" is a funny look at country life with the girls as they help a de-powered Ares hide from angry villagers - it is very entertaining. And "Many Happy Returns" is the last fun moment of the series - Xena tries to get tickets to take Gabrielle to a Sappho concert for her birthday, and mayhem ensues, of course. This episode contains the reading of a beautiful, authentic poem actually written by Sappho (or at least attributed to her), and while there's a bunch of silly stuff in the episode, the emotions are quite real here, a preview of what is about to happen in the finale.

"A Friend in Need." This one is very hard for me to even discuss. Over the course of the six seasons the show ran, these characters sort of took on a life of their own for me.
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15 of 19 people found the following review helpful By L. Hauck on June 11, 2006
Format: DVD
Season 6 would have ranked in the top two seasons for me with episodes like: Old Ares Had A Farm, To Helicon And Back and the wonderful When Fates Collide. The downside was having to endure the two-part series finale, A Friend In Need. If you haven't seen the last season and you're looking for a happy ending, DON'T watch the two-part finale, it will disappoint and possibly disgust you. It's a gory, pointless schlockfest which introduces Xena fans to a new character, complete with a time consuming backstory revolving around a character you can neither like nor justify the sacrifices made on her behalf. A sad ending to an otherwise wonderful series.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mark J. House on November 5, 2010
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Xena:Warrior Princess is the best fantasy TV show EVER. I though Hercules with Kevin Sorbo would be but Xena was a LOT more tough, gritty, and VI-O-LLLLENT. One woman you do NOT want to get angry with you, EVER. Xena was the ultimate warrior in this series and often hinted at being related possibly to some deity biologically but which one was never revealed. She was an Amazon(that sounds like a familiar name), Valkyrie, and warlord rolled into one BAAAAAAAAD girl. Superhuman fighting skills and powers. A lot of characters from Hercules also appeared on Xena. The war with Dahak was literally Biblical and EPIC with Michael the Archangel and the Four Horsemen(not Ric Flair's version in past NWA wrestling days) helping to fight Dahak, a "Satan" like being bent on Earth's destruction. Action, action, action, action is Xena personified. If you like Beastmaster, Conan, Hercules, Legend(my all-time favorite with Beastmaster a tie), you will LOVE Xena. One other thing too although not quite as professional. The women on this series are GORGEOUS, especially Aphrodite. Why this woman is not seen more on TV is a low down, dirty, rotten shame. Easily the sexiest woman on TV in the last two decades. A good choice for the "goddess of love". Xena is a must-have for action/adventure/fantasy/martial arts fans of all ages. Highest recommendation possible!!!
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