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Airwolf: Season 4

3.4 out of 5 stars 78 customer reviews

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Airwolf heads to the skies for its stunning final flight in all 24 episodes in the fourth season of one of the most action-packed adventure series ever made. Piloted by Stringfellow Hawke’s long-lost brother, Saint John (Barry Van Dyke), the stage is set for air battles unlike anything seen before. Joined by a new crew comprised of Dominic’s resourceful niece, Jo (Michele Scarabelli), rebellious Major Mike Rivers (Geraint Wyn Davies), “Company” agent Jason Locke (Anthony Sherwood) and Newman, Locke’s mysterious supervisor and F.I.R.M. agent (William B. Davis), Airwolf faces down its greatest challenges yet: from the threat of nuclear meltdown to contraband weapons and radioactive clouds. It’s explosive action from start to finish in the show that took adventure to new heights.

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  • Actors: Barry Van Dyke, Michael Scarabelli, Geraint Wyn Davies, Anthony Sherwood, Jan-Michael Vincent
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Color, Dolby, Full Screen, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo)
  • Subtitles: English
  • Subtitles for the Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 5
  • Rated:
    NR
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  • Studio: Universal Studios Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: February 1, 2011
  • Run Time: 1121 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (78 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0049GYXCW
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #65,217 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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By Loves Toys on December 11, 2010
Format: DVD
In a nutshell, the 4th season is horrendous. Truly awful in every way compared to the first 3 seasons. Its videotaped rather than filmed and it shows when they insert the recycled stock footage from the first 3 seasons, the "special effects" are just plain lame and the audio and rolling camera effect (to simulate flying) when they are in the chopper is terrible too. The acting, accents, and writing is just plain bad. I don't know how anyone who was a fan of the original version can stand to watch this one, let alone pay money for it!
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Don't buy the fourth season unless you want to see a low-budget production that didn't even have a real helicopter in it. In the fourth season, all the scenes of Airwolf are rehashed from the first three seasons. So buy all three of the first seasons and watch the helicopter scream into action. But don't get the fourth season. It's actually offensive to Airwolf fans to see such a desecration of a great show. Why did they even bother? They shouldn't have.
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It's about time they got this short-lived season of the new AIRWOLF series released on DVD, especially since Universal has already had AIRWOLFs first 3 seasons out on DVD since the Spring of 2007, despite the fact that this season wasn't as good as its predecessor since this season had no Stringfellow Hawke, no Dom (Ernest Borgnine), no Archangel(Alex Cord), & no Caitlyn O'Shannessy(Jean Bruce Scott) anymore in this revived series of this show after AIRWOLF was cancelled by CBS in the Spring of 1986, due to weak ratings.

Therefore, the USA Network decided to revive this series in the Winter of 1987 with the original cast & crew completley written out this abbreviated 4th Season with only Jan-Michael Vincent appearing in the 1st transitional episode for a last time when Dominic Santini(Ernest Borgnine) is killed off in an explosion & gets replaced by Michelle Scarabelli as Dom's niece(Jo Santini)who inherits Santini Air from Dom; the hard-nosed Michael Archangel(Alex Cord) was said to have suddenly been assigned overseas with the FIRM and got replaced by Agent Jason Locke(Anthony Sherwood)from a government agency called "The Company", but had no mention made about Caitlyn which was replaced by Air Force Major Mike Rivers(Geraint Wyn Davies).

Additionally, Hawke's long lost kid brother(St. John Hawke)who had been missing in action since Vietnam is suddenly revealed to be alive & well, having been working for many years under deep cover for American Intelligence & Locke's predecessor(Archangel) knew where St. John was the whole time and was just using the recluse Stringfellow to control Airwolf in the original series that ran on CBS from 1984 thru 1986.

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This season was made by the USA Network. They were unable to procure the Airwolf helicopter after the show was canceled by Universal, so all of the Airwolf footage is recycled from seasons 1-3. While the acting is alright, this season is very poor quality. Also, despite the product details, Earnest Borgnine does not actually appear in this season. A stunt double was used for the scene where his character is killed. Because they couldn't hire the actors from the origional show, they had to re-cast the show with new characters.
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I absolutely loved the original series. This one was cheesy. These days just about anyone can fly Airwolf so there's nothing special about it. The laser is so fake looking that you have to wonder why they even bothered and the actors don't have the same charisma as the originals. It looks like lots of the scenes are just reruns of previous seasons too. Oh well. RIP Airwolf.
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i picked this up because i'm an airwolf fan and a completest. plus, there is fantastic mock-kitsch value in re-watching a show you adored as a kid. what was i thinking? it's TERRIBLE. but i still loved it, so it's fun to watch again.

however, the transfer is the WORST i've EVER seen. sure, the show was shot on video tape and not film, but so was ST:TNG and it looks like a pristine HD transfer compared to this mess. the noise, the grain, you almost have to just listen to the show on your computer and not watch it. it's the nosiest thing i've ever seen. my old VHS tapes i made when it was on USA in 1987 look BETTER than this DVD. how is that POSSIBLE?

UNIVERSAL, if you're going to invest the money to find the tapes, make the transfers, and license the content, at least put the TINIEST EFFORT into cleaning up the print!!!

but, if you're a fan like me, you'll probably want it on your shelf with the other three seasons anyway...

and they know that.
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I waited until the price went down on Season 4 as there we're so many mixed reviews and comments to those reviews. I have bought DVD movies that some rated only 2 or 3 stars and loved them, whereas this set as of 5/2015 had about 3.5 stars, so point is you can't just go on ratings, sometimes you just take a chance, if the price is right, and it was when I purchased. I am a die-hard fan of Airwolf, and not only watched the episodes when I was a teenager, but have watched them anew about 5 times since they we're released back in the mid 2000's. I loved the cast in Seasons 1-3, but I thought maybe it would be a fresh take with new characters.

I watched the first episode, and although there we're a few shots of Jan-Michael Vincent, they we're about the highlight of the entire episode, less the cheesy red Airwolf graphic when commercials we're obviously inserted when run on the USA Network in 1987. I'll concentrate on 4 areas, video, sound, missions(episodes) and character acting.

Video: Now, I didn't watch it on an HD TV, I have one but its not hooked up to a DVD player, but I truly think it wouldn't have made a bit of difference, the pixel quality is excellent on the one I mainly watch, and man could you see about every pixel on many shots. The video was horrendous, like most said, stock footage from Seasons 1-3 that was just put in, it didn't even match some of the missions. The lair was like 1980's computer geek's dream with whole setup similar to another show that shouldn't have been cancelled, Street Hawk from 1985. But, the lair was not consistent with the way it was after the end of Season 3, it was gawdy and way overdone, all of it so fake looking, just like the setup inside Airwolf itself.
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