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Red Skelton - America's Clown Prince - 6 DVD Set - 30 Hilarious Episodes!
Red Skelton - America's Clown Prince - 6 DVD Set - 30 Hilarious Episodes!
DVD ~ Red Skelton
Price: $37.36
20 used & new from $28.72

3.0 out of 5 stars This has been replaced by the 8-disc "Ultimate Collection" adding two more discs of shows,, October 30, 2014
This has been replaced by the 8-disc "Ultimate Collection" adding two more discs of shows,


Red Skelton: The Ultimate Collection
Red Skelton: The Ultimate Collection
DVD ~ Red Skelton
Price: $59.49
16 used & new from $33.63

5.0 out of 5 stars Wonderful early B&W shows from Red's TV series. Brings back good memories., October 30, 2014
For some strange reason, these discs are not numbered. They just have catalogue numbers.
The discs also do not call themselves "The Ultimate Collection", but rather 'America's Clown Prince". This is probably because it replaces the 6-disc "America's Clown Prince Collection" by adding 2 new discs.
The shows are complete but without original commercials.

DISC #69703
1. CLEM IN DOGPATCH: Guest starring Al Capp (24:03)
2. GI McPUGG. Featuring Cauliflower McPugg (26:15)
3. CLEAN POLITICS. Featuring San Fernando Red (26:01)
4. DEADEYE AND THE GUNSLINGER. Guest Staring Don Knots (24:44)
5. THE SULTAN. Featuring Freddie the Freeloader (25:41)

DISC #69713
6. MAROONED. Featuring Clem Kadiddlehopper (26:12)
7. FANCY FOOTWORK. Guest starring Charles "Buchinsky" Bronson. (25:53)
8. SAN FERNANDO IN ALASKA. Guest starring Edie Adams (25:06)
9. THE STAGECOACH ROBBERY. Featuring Sheriff Deadeye. (25:58)
10. THE HOBO'S DILEMMA. Featuring Freddie the Freeloader. (25:28)

DISC #69723
11. WILLIE AND THE BURGLER. Featuring Willie Lump Lump (26:26)
12. QUIZ SHOW WINNER. Featuring Willie Lump Lump (25:47)
13. WHISTLE STOP. Featuring San Fernando Red (25:56)
14. LILLIAN MARTIN. Guest Starring Jane Russell (25:23)
15. FREDDIE'S ROMANCE. Guest Starring Rhoda Fleming (25:09)

DISC #69733
16. FLUGELMEYERS' SECRET FORMULA. Guest Staring Ann Southern (25:14)
17. THE RAILROAD STATION. Featuring Willie Lump Lump (24:17)
18. INDIANA. Guest Staring Don Knotts & Amanda Blake (25:23)
19. DESERT ISLAND. Starring Buster Crabbe And Jamie Farr (23:56)
20. FREDDIE AND THE BABY. Guest Staring Ed Wynn (25:24)

DISC # 69743
21. HE MADE GOOD IN THE CITY. Guest Staring Gloria De Haven (29:20)
22. THE SKELTONS AT HOME. Featuring Deadeye, McPugg, Clem And Willie (26:27)
23. MANY SKELTONS. Guest Starring Marylyn Maxwell (24:33)
24. GREATEST SCHMO ON EARTH. With Juliet Prowse & Phil Harris (25:13)
25. THE ICEMAN GOETH. Guest Staring Vivian Vance (25:25)

DISC #69753
26. LET'S TALK ABOUT FATHER. Featuring Willie Lump Lump (25:00)
27. LIVE IN SANFRANCISCO. Featuring Guzzler's Tonic Routine (25:00)
28. APPLEBY AND THE NEIGHBORS. Guest Starring Diana Dors (25:00)
29. THE BIG TRIAL. Guest Staring Foy Willing & The Riders Of The Purple Stage (25:00)
30. SHORE LEAVE. Featuring Willie Lump Lump (25:00)

DISC #69793
31. CLEM AND THE DALTON GIRLS. Guest Starring Jayne Meadows (25:28)
32. HUMPHREY SCHOOL OF DRAMATIC ARTS. Guest Starring Gary Moore (24:23)
33. CLEAN FIGHTER. Featuring Cauliflower McPugg (26:23)
34. DEADEYE AND THE ALAMO. Guest Starring Cesar Romero (25:16)
35. ONE GOOD INTERN DESERVES ANOTHER. Guest Starring George Gobel (26:08)

Disc #69763 (BONUS MATERIAL ONLY)
1. Sparks NV Performance (1:04:00) - This is also on disc #18 in the Collector's Edition!
2. Red's Movie Trailers (36:34)
3. The Pledge Of Allegiance (4:30) - This is also on disc #14 & 18 in the Collector's Edition!
4. Red Entertains the Troops (4:13)
5. Red at the Reno Rodeo (4:47)


Welcome Back, Kotter: The Complete Series
Welcome Back, Kotter: The Complete Series
DVD ~ Gabe Kaplan
Price: $82.29
13 used & new from $78.29

4.0 out of 5 stars $57.99 at Costco or $82.29 at Amazon? Amazed at the price difference., October 29, 2014
Hmm, $57.99 at Costco or $82.29 at Amazon? Amazed at the price difference.
Well I will go for the $57.99, it is well worth it to see this with most of the original music.
Just a heads-up to those wanting to save some money.


WKRP In Cincinnati: The Complete Series
WKRP In Cincinnati: The Complete Series
DVD ~ Gary Sandy
Price: $97.99
5 used & new from $90.93

7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars $57.99 at Costco or $97.99 at Amazon? Amazed at the price difference., October 29, 2014
Hmm, $57.99 at Costco or $97.99 at Amazon? Amazed at the price difference.
Well I will go for the $57.99.
it is well worth it to see this with most of the original music.
Just a heads-up to those wanting to save some money.
Comment Comments (2) | Permalink | Most recent comment: Oct 29, 2014 4:15 PM PDT


Miss Marple: Volume One
Miss Marple: Volume One
DVD ~ Various
Price: $28.79
8 used & new from $28.75

7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Completely remastered to high definition quality from the original film elements by BBC Studios & Post Production Digital Media, October 23, 2014
This review is from: Miss Marple: Volume One (DVD)
I have been waiting for this since the Poirot's were re-mastered in HD from the original 16mm film elements.
Even thought these were filmed in 16mm (the BBC standard) they will still be a great improvement over the old washed out standard definition film transfers from the early 1990's.

The episodes have been completely remastered to high definition quality from the original film elements by BBC Studios and Post Production's Digital Media Services team.

Regarded by many fans as the definitive Miss Marple, Joan Hickson was one of the oldest actresses to take a lead role in a major television series when she was cast as Agatha Christie's soft-spoken, sharp-eared sleuth at the age of 78 in 1984. She retired eight years later, having completed 12 mysteries in the Miss Marple series - four of which are collected in this volume.

1) Miss Marple wonders why so many people want to confess to "The Murder at the Vicarage."
2) "The Body in the Library" is found strangled at Gossington Hall, the home of Colonel and Dolly Bantry.
3) In "The Moving Finger," a nasty case of poison-pen letters bring Miss Marple to East Anglia.
4) When "A Murder is Announced," everyone in Chipping Cleghorn is intrigued by the advertisement predicting a murder at Little Paddocks - but when the lights go out at the appointed hour, no one thinks it's a joke anymore.
Bonus Features include:
"A Very British Murder, Part 1," the first episode of a three-part series documenting the British national obsession with murder mysteries.

These four stories were shot entirely on location and feature appearances by A-List British actors including BAFTA Winner Cheryl Campbell, Samantha Bond and Ralph Michael.
Those used to the new fast-paced "Marple" 90 minute episodes may find these 155 minute episodes a bit slow. But these longer stories flush out the characters and mystery much better. The new "Marple" stories often change what characters do to help compress the stories to 90 minutes. There is no 'flash' to this older series (fancy optical transitions to help move the story along quickly), just the best dramatizations of the Miss Marple stories.
So sit back and enjoy an evening with Miss Marple, but allow yourself over 2 and a half hours (2 hours and 35minutes if you include all credits).

Since the Bonus Feature is the first of a 3-part series, that means that all 12 Miss Marple Mysteries will be re-mastered in HD over three sets. If you have any question as to how these will look, just look at the newly re-mastered Poirot's!


The Red Skelton Show: The Early Years - 1951 - 1955
The Red Skelton Show: The Early Years - 1951 - 1955
DVD ~ Red Skelton
Price: $42.99
8 used & new from $38.14

10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars ALL NEW TO DVD episodes in chronological order!, October 19, 2014
For the first time in quite a while, we get ALL NEW TO DVD episodes in chronological order from the first few years of Red Skelton's TV career.

This is a real treat for Red Skelton Fans. A real MUST-HAVE!

The Red Skelton Show: The Early Years 1951-1955 Episode List
DISC 1
(Season 1 - NBC)
10/21/51- Smokeless Sunday
11/04/51- Willie and the Burglar
11/11/51- Café Paree
11/18/51- G.I. McPugg
11/25/51- Clem and Married Life (with special guest Bob Hope)
12/09/51- The Big Trial
12/16/51- Clean Politics
12/23/51- The Skeltons at Home (with special guests Georgia, Valentina, and Richard Skelton)
12/30/51- Learn to Dance in Ten Easy Lessons or One Hard One

DISC 2
01/06/52- The Bouncer (with special guest Milton Berle)
01/13/52- McPugg The Babysitter (with special guest Nana Gollner)
01/20/52- The Clean Fighter
01/27/52- Rock-A-Bye-Baby
02/10/52- The Transcontinental
02/17/52- The Disc Jockey (with special guest David Rose)
02/24/52- How To Make A Salad
03/02/52- Pasquale's Hotel
03/23/52- How To Eat Corn On The Cob

DISC 3
03/30/52- Willie The Barber
04/06/52- Clem's Travel Club
05/04/52- It Takes All Kinds (Live in San Francisco with Benny Rubin and Kam Tong)
05/11/52- Let's Talk About Mother
05/18/52- Telephone Trouble
05/25/52- The Railroad Station
06/01/52- Tornado Deadeye
06/08/52- Folding Boy
06/15/52- Let's Talk About Father

DISC 4
(Season 2 - NBC)
09/28/52- Willie Comes Home (with special guest Benny Rubin)
10/05/52- Willie Paints A Room
10/12/52- The Stagecoach Robbery
10/26/52- Lt. Muscle
11/02/52- Whistle Stop
11/16/52- Help Wanted (with special guest Billy Barty)
11/19/52- Clem Kadiddlehopper's Graduation
11/23/52- Weepy Talks Turkey
12/07/52- Fancy Footwork (with special guest Charles [Bronson] Buchinsky)

DISC 5
12/14/52- The Sultan
03/22/53- The Ambulance Driver
03/29/53- Quiz Show Winner (with special guest Andy Russell)
04/05/53- The Eyes have It (with special guests Allen & Ashton)
04/19/53- Baby's First Birthday (with special guests Park and Clifford)
05/03/53- Racetrack
05/10/53- Washing The Elephant
05/31/53- Freddie Becomes A Star-Gazer
(Season 3 - CBS)
09/22/53- McPugg's Last Fight

DISC 6
10/13/53- The Nervous Tenor's Audition
10/20/53- The Hobo's Dilemma
10/27/53- Appleby The Dreamer
11/03/53- Freddie's Masquerade
11/10/53- The Marriage Broker
11/17/53- How to be Happily Married
12/01/53- Flugelmeyer's Secret Formula (with special guest Ann Southern)
12/08/53- Dr. Schlepper
12/15/53- It Happened At The Station House

DISC 7
12/22/53- The Skeltons at Christmas (with special guests Georgia, Valentina, and Richard Skelton)
12/29/53- The Great White Hunter (with special guest John Wayne)
01/05/54- Accidents Will Happen (with special guest Jackie Gleason)
01/12/54- Voyage To Paris
01/19/54- What Fathers Should Know
01/26/54-Clem the Campus Soda Jerk
02/02/54- The Train Trip
02/09/54- Deadeye at The Golden Nugget (with special guests Ed Sullivan)
02/16/54- Captain Hook

DISC 8
02/23/54- Cave-Man Marriage
03/09/54- Uncle Sam Wants You
03/16/54- Sherlock Holmes (with special guest Melville Cooper)
03/30/54- King Putt (with special guest Sheree North)
04/20/54- Clem in the South Pacific
05/04/54- The Referee
05/11/54- Prince Valiant (with special guest Johnny Carson)
05/18/54- The Artist's Dilemma (with special guest Tom Harmon)
05/25/54- Clem Goes to Mexico (with special guest Lola Montes)

DISC 9
06/01/54- Mississippi Showboat
06/08/54- Freddie Goes To The Cleaners
06/15/54- Dial 'B' For Brush (with special guests Bela Lugosi, Lon Chaney, Jr. and Vampira)
(Season 4 - CBS)
09/21/54- Clem the Rookie (with special guests Leo Durocher, Diahann Carroll)
10/05/54- What Goes Down, Must Come Up (with special guest Ella Logan)
10/19/54- Romeo and Juliet (with special guest Anna Maria Alberghetti)
10/26/54- The Andrews Sisters (with special guest Laverne and Maxine Andrews)
11/09/54- Clem Goes To College
11/23/54- A USO Thanksgiving (with special guests Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis)

DISC 10
11/30/54- Chicago Red in Las Vegas (with special guest Lillian Roth)
12/07/54- The Art Show (with special guests Abbe Lane and Sig Arno)
12/21/54- The Unwanted Christmas Tree (with special guest Georgia, Valentina, and Richard Skelton)
01/04/55- Skelton Clears The Smog (with special guest George Raft)
01/11/55- Skelton Goes Back To School (with special guest Diana Lynn)
01/18/55- The Honeymooners (with special guest Peter Lorre)
01/25/55- Love Thy Neighbor (with special guest Mary McCarty)
02/01/55- Queen of Mars (with special guest Ruth Roman)
02/08/55- Red Goes To Barber College (with special guest Charles Coburn)

Disc 11 - Bonus Features:
America's Clown: An Intimate Biography of Red Skelton - A special look at the life and career of one of the most popular comedians of his time
Dress Rehearsal and Special Bonus Episode: Deadeye From Mars - This practice performance presents a freewheeling and uproarious insider's look at Red's rehearsal process on a classic episode, followed by the final broadcast version.
Bonus Episode: The Look Magazine Movie Awards - In this rare and atypical installment of The Red Skelton Show, Red hosts an award show honoring several of Hollywood's all-time greats. Walt Disney, Judy Garland, and Bing Crosby are just some of the legends on display in this unique episode.
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The Wonder Years: The Complete First and Second Seasons
The Wonder Years: The Complete First and Second Seasons
DVD ~ Fred Savage
Offered by gamecoma
Price: $59.95
25 used & new from $42.48

9 of 12 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Most of the songs are intact in this 23 episode set of season 1 & 2!, October 9, 2014
***** - for the show
*** - for the DVD mastering (old analogue videotape masters)

The Costco season 1 & 2 combo version:

Season 1:
disc 1
Pilot (24:40) 1/31/88
Swingers (22:42) 3/22/88 * note that this is a minute short.
My Father's Office (23:51) 3/29/88
Angel (23:40) 4/5/88

disc 2
The Phone Call (23:50) 4/12/88
Dance With Me (23:45) 4/19/88
Bonus Material:
Highlights from The Wonder Years Cast reunion (20:23) 5/28/14
Featurette: With A Little Help From My Friends: The Early Days Of The Wonder Years. (24:35)
Cast Interviews:
Neal Marlens & Carol Black (creators) (33:53),
Fred Savage (Kevin) (29:24),
Danica McKeller (Winnie) (12:17) &
Josh Savino (Paul) (21:34).

Season 2:
disc 1
Heart of Darkness (23:33) 11/30/88 - has THE DOORS tribute group singing "Children Of the Night".
Our Miss White (23:55) 12/7/88
Christmas (22:53) 12/14/88 * note that this is a minute shorter, but it does have the Glen Campbell Christmas Special playing on the Color TV.
Steady As She Goes (23:51) 1/11/89
Just Between Me & You & Kirk & Paul & Clara & Becky (23:37) 1/18/89

disc 2
Pottery Will Get You Nowhere (22:46) 2/1/89 * note that this is a minute short.
Coda (23:20) 2/8/89
Hiroshima, Mon Frere (23:20) 2/15/89
Loosiers (23:06) 2/28/89
Walk Out (23:13) 3/7/89

disc 3
Nemesis (23:19) 3/14/89
Fate (22:49) 2/28/89 * note that this is a minute shorter
Birthday Boy (23:11) 4/11/89
Brightwing (22:26) 4/18/89 * note that this is a minute shorter
Square Dance (22:11) 5/2/89 * note that this is a minute shorter

disc 4
Whose Woods Are These? (23:07) 5/9/89
How I'm Spending My Summer Vacation (23:14) 5/16/89
Bonus Material:
School Days: A round table discussion with Danica McKeller, Fred Savage and Josh Saviano (7:52)
Featurette: The Times They Are A-Changin': The Era (28:45)
Cast Interviews:
Daniel Stern (narrator) (30:59),
Dan Laurie (Jack) (20:43) &
Alley Mills (Norma) (33:34).

Note on the VIDEO QUALITY: You have to understand that TV shows produced in the late 1980's & 1990's were filmed, sometimes on 16mm instead of 35mm, then transferred to analogue video tape for editing. Thus the final edit of the episodes are on analogue video tape. So unless the original camera film negatives are re-transfered to HD Video and re-edited to match the original edits (like Star Trek TNG, Seinfeld, That 70's Show), this is the best it will look.
I notice that there is no continuity to the run times of each show, which indicates if a song was cut out.

As far as the show itself, Fred Savage & Danica McKellar give amazing performances as Kevin & Winnie. Every subtle nuance of their personalities is perfectly portrayed. The stories themselves capture the 1960's era perfectly. The original music included is essential to the mood of the show and thankfully most of it is here.

This is much more affordable than the cheaply packaged complete series sold at Time-Life's website.
Comment Comments (12) | Permalink | Most recent comment: Oct 26, 2014 11:52 AM PDT


The Wonder Years: Season 1
The Wonder Years: Season 1
DVD ~ Fred Savage
Price: $14.99
30 used & new from $8.98

11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Pass on this for the 23 episode 6-disc season 1 & 2 combo., October 7, 2014
This review is from: The Wonder Years: Season 1 (DVD)
Just a heads up to fans, there IS a 23 episode "Season 1 & 2" 6-disc set being sold at CostCo for $28.
Buy it from Amazon.com here:
The Wonder Years: The Complete First and Second Seasons

***** - for the show
*** - for the DVD mastering (old analogue videotape masters) Note the editing credit at the end "Edited on the Ediflex" "Electronic Laboratory Pacific Video".

The Costco season 1 & 2 combo version:

Season 1:
disc 1
Pilot (24:40) 1/31/88
Swingers (22:42) 3/22/88 * note that this is a minute short.
My Father's Office (23:51) 3/29/88
Angel (23:40) 4/5/88

disc 2
The Phone Call (23:50) 4/12/88
Dance With Me (23:45) 4/19/88
Bonus Material:
Highlights from The Wonder Years Cast reunion (20:23) 5/28/14
Featurette: With A Little Help From My Friends: The Early Days Of The Wonder Years. (24:35)
Cast Interviews:
Neal Marlens & Carol Black (creators) (33:53),
Fred Savage (Kevin) (29:24),
Danica McKeller (Winnie) (12:17) &
Josh Savino (Paul) (21:34).

Season 2:
disc 1
Heart of Darkness (23:33) 11/30/88 - has THE DOORS tribute group singing "Children Of the Night".
Our Miss White (23:55) 12/7/88
Christmas (22:53) 12/14/88 * note that this is a minute shorter, but it does have the Glen Campbell Christmas Special playing on the Color TV.
Steady As She Goes (23:51) 1/11/89
Just Between Me & You & Kirk & Paul & Clara & Becky (23:37) 1/18/89

disc 2
Pottery Will Get You Nowhere (22:46) 2/1/89 * note that this is a minute short.
Coda (23:20) 2/8/89
Hiroshima, Mon Frere (23:20) 2/15/89
Loosiers (23:06) 2/28/89
Walk Out (23:13) 3/7/89

disc 3
Nemesis (23:19) 3/14/89
Fate (22:49) 2/28/89 * note that this is a minute shorter
Birthday Boy (23:11) 4/11/89
Brightwing (22:26) 4/18/89 * note that this is a minute shorter
Square Dance (22:11) 5/2/89 * note that this is a minute shorter

disc 4
Whose Woods Are These? (23:07) 5/9/89
How I'm Spending My Summer Vacation (23:14) 5/16/89
Bonus Material:
School Days: A round table discussion with Danica McKeller, Fred Savage and Josh Saviano (7:52)
Featurette: The Times They Are A-Changin': The Era (28:45)
Cast Interviews:
Daniel Stern (narrator) (30:59),
Dan Laurie (Jack) (20:43) &
Alley Mills (Norma) (33:34).

Note on the VIDEO QUALITY: You have to understand that TV shows produced in the late 1980's & 1990's were filmed, sometimes on 16mm instead of 35mm, then transferred to analogue video tape for editing. Thus the final edit of the episodes are on analogue video tape. So unless the original camera film negatives are re-transfered to HD Video and re-edited to match the original edits (like Star Trek TNG, Seinfeld, That 70's Show), this is the best it will look.
I notice that there is no continuity to the run times of each show, which indicates if a song was cut out.

As far as the show itself, Fred Savage & Danica McKellar give amazing performances as Kevin & Winnie. Every subtle nuance of their personalities is perfectly portrayed. The stories themselves capture the 1960's era perfectly. The original music included is essential to the mood of the show and thankfully most of it is here.

This is much more affordable than the cheaply packaged complete series sold at Time-Life's website.
Comment Comments (9) | Permalink | Most recent comment: Oct 9, 2014 12:00 AM PDT


Sleeping Beauty: Diamond Edition (2-Disc Blu-ray + DVD + Digital HD)
Sleeping Beauty: Diamond Edition (2-Disc Blu-ray + DVD + Digital HD)
DVD ~ Mary Costa
Price: $23.52
17 used & new from $17.50

13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Original Bonus Material missing, Only for those who missed out on the out-of-print deluxe 2-disc release years ago., October 7, 2014
Bare bones low cost re-issue of the deluxe 2008 2-disc Blu-ray. Sleeping Beauty (Two-Disc Platinum Edition Blu-ray/DVD Combo + BD Live) [Blu-ray]
This is the same excellent HD transfer used in 2008 Blu-ray release, minus the second Bonus Disc.
It is too bad that Disney decided not to include those bonuses in this release (as well as the bonuses in the 1997 deluxe 3-disc Laserdisc).
If you don't care about extras, buy this it looks great.
If you enjoy watching all of the behind-the-scenes material, seek out the original Blu-ray release. The new price is high, but there are affordable used copies. Sleeping Beauty (Two-Disc Platinum Edition Blu-ray/DVD Combo + BD Live) [Blu-ray]

Another reviewer took the time to list everything that is missing, so I won't copy his work and just add my opinion.
Comment Comments (4) | Permalink | Most recent comment: Oct 8, 2014 1:28 PM PDT


The Brave Little Toaster Goes to Mars
The Brave Little Toaster Goes to Mars
DVD ~ Farrah Fawcett
Price: $6.08
47 used & new from $2.93

1.0 out of 5 stars Would have been much better if they kept the original story from the book., September 25, 2014
As pointed out by another reviewer, this movie doesn't follow the original book very well. And that is the problem.
This new story of the master's baby being beamed up to mars just doesn't work. The dialogue and direction is routine, worse than a TV cartoon.
The original story had the hearing aid intercepting a message from Mars that the abandoned appliances on Mars were about to attack the earth.
The Toaster and his friends decide to defend the earth from the mars attack.
True, the element of destroying the earth happens later in the movie, but it is played out with such cliche that it loses its impact.

Some creative directing could have saved this movie, but it appears to be quickly stamped out to make a quick buck.


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