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Dragnet 3 Seasons 1967

Season 2
(84) IMDb 7.8/10

15. The Christmas Story TV-G CC

A Christ-child statue is stolen from the old San Fernando Mission Church.

Starring:
Jack Webb, Harry Morgan
Runtime:
25 minutes
Original air date:
December 21, 1967

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Season 2

Product Details

Genres Drama, Mystery
Director Jack Webb
Starring Jack Webb, Harry Morgan
Supporting actors George Fenneman, John Stephenson, Don Ross, Clark Howat, Art Balinger, Alfred Shelly, Art Gilmore, Marco López, Virginia Gregg, Howard Culver, Bert Holland, Ed Deemer, Len Wayland, Olan Soule, William Boyett, Peggy Webber, Stacy Harris, Kent McCord
Season year 1968
Network Shout! Factory
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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41 of 44 people found the following review helpful By G. M. Schoditsch on March 17, 2010
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
OUT with Universal and IN with SHOUT! Factory.

Major kudos to Universal for allowing SHOUT! Factory to take over the Dragnet franchise! This is THE classic Dragnet that we grew to and know love with Jack Webb's Joe Friday teamed with Harry Morgan as Officer Bill Gannon. SHOUT! Factory has a superb track record with crisp video/audio season sets as with "Adam 12", S.2-5, and "Dragnet 1968" has followed suit. Among the 28 episodes of Season 2 are two of Dragnet's finest narratives; "The Shooting Board" & "The Big High".

And just check out the super bonus features for Dragnet 1968: Season Two--

*Dragnet 1966 Pilot Movie
*"Jack Webb: The Man Behind Badge 714" Featurette
*Original Dragnet Trailer
*Commemorative Booklet

Optimistically seasons 3 & 4 are on their way. This really makes up for the short comings of Season 1 from Universal!

UPDATE: 07.14.10

As many reviewers have noted, SHOUT! Factory initially excised the 1st 2:15 minutes from the 1966 Pilot Movie. This footage, while fairly tame for today's dramas, is slightly disturbing but really should have been included. Now I'm hearing that a replacement disc will be offered with the 1966 Pilot Movie intact. Hearing this I promptly sent an email to SHOUT! Factory for a replacement disc on a Friday afternoon and there was my replacement disc #1 in the mailbox the following Monday. Talk about a DVD distributor taking prompt responsibility; Woo Hoo!!!!

UPDATE: 09.07.10

Super good news for Christmas 2010 - SHOUT! Factory will be releasing Dragnet 3rd Season - (Dragnet 1969), being released on December 7, 2010 and now the final season, Dragnet 1970: Season Four spring of 2011!

Much obliged SHOUT! Factory.....
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28 of 34 people found the following review helpful By M. Farfaglia on April 8, 2010
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"What's your name, fella?"
"Freddy, man, Freddy the Loader."
"That's your last name, is it, 'Loader?'"
"No, man, that's just what they call me."
"Who calls you that?"
"Everybody, man."
"Got a job, Freddy?"
"Ain't got the time."
"Then where'd you get the bread to score?"
"Don't need money man, that's love grass."
"Yeah, right."
"In the Valley, man. Really square..."

Three words: The Big High. A stunning slice of classic 60's television that's as potent as its subject matter and will leave you breathless. What other episode would give you a no-nonsense lecture on the dangers of recreational drug use ("No, I don't have time for a lecture, I'm just going to lay it out for you straight..."), throw in a Bible lesson ("Try Chapter Five, lady, the Apostle Paul also said this...") and, for the obligatory levity, reveal the hidden ingredient in Bill Gannon's special barbecue sauce? Having given up all hope that Universal would deliver Season Two, I kept a VCR handy should my lost copy taped off Nick at Nite two decades ago ever resurface. That this absolute gem of docudrama was withheld from the discriminating DVD-buying public for so long is a crime in itself. God bless you, Shout Factory!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on July 10, 2010
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After buying the first season, I was disappointed on the way Universal presented the material. SHOUT took over the rights to produce season 2 and it's GREAT. All discs are single sided, have the bonus 1966 Pilot and has bonus materials about Dragnet and Jack Webb. The quality of the video is very good to excellent. The colors are sharp and the contrast is excellent. The bonus movie looks like from a copy because I will see the commercial or reel blips. The quality of the bonus movie is better than I have ever seen it. Season 2 is my favorite for this generation of Dragnet. I've waited a long time for this and it was worth it. Can't wait for the third season. Hope SHOUT will do that too.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By James Bryant Wiser on August 9, 2010
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Jack Webb's longtime hit police procedure series finally returns with the 28 episodes from Season 2 of the 60s version of the Series. It begins with the fabled Joe Friday vs. 'Timothy Leary' debate episode. Each episode has in it at least one of the 'Jack Webb Repertory Acting Group', people he used on the the show many, many times. The transfers are clean, crisp and complete. Plus it has a lovely interview segment with three actors he used many times over, and one of Jack Webb's wives. But the capper is the Inclusion of the feature length, made-for-TV Pilot film 'Dragnet'(1966). I recommend this DVD Set wholeheartedly. It has been well worth the wait. I hope Seasons 3 and 4 aren't long in coming. - James Bryant
Wiser.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Peter W. Many on July 11, 2010
Format: DVD
RE: The Dragnet pilot movie (included as a bonus feature on disc 1): To viewers like myself who watch this movie and come away with the feeling that they've missed something - you're absolutely correct! This DVD version is missing the two-minute introductory montage narrated by Jack Webb ("This is the city, Los Angeles, CA------") during which we're shown a young blonde female, tied up and cringing in terror, while a homicidal photgrapher fondles the cord he'll shortly use to strangle her. The montage also shows a (male) corpse being dumped from a car, a body in a hotel bed, and a rose discarded in a hotel room wash basin - all of which are related to the cases which follow. (I should add that over the years I've watched this movie various times on various TV stations, and this opening montage has ALWAYS been included before! One wonders how this DVD company managed to overlook this omission.) No Dragnet episode seems complete if we don't hear Jack Webb say "I work here. I carry a badge." Anyway, I offer this info to silence nagging doubts, and to reassure Dragnet fans that they aren't imagining things!
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