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All-Star Family Feud

4.2 out of 5 stars 60 customer reviews

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Editorial Reviews

"Let's Play the Feud" Richard Dawson is the original and best host of the FAMILY FEUD during it's almost thirty year run on television and this collection of episodes feature some of the best episodes featuring movie and television stars. In 1978, while Feud was the number one game show on daytime television, ABC started producing primetime specials. Each one-hour show featured five members of a cast of a television series competing for charity. The show also had special theme weeks where stars played for five days either on the daytime show or the syndicate show.

Shows include: Adventure Heroines vs. Adventure Heroes Brady Bunch, Your Hit Parade, Petticoat Junction, Leave It to Beaver Love Boat vs. WKRP & Soap vs. Real People Hollywood Walk of Fame Special Love Boat vs. Eight is Enough & Family vs. What's Happening Heroes vs. Villians Dallas vs. Eight is Enough & One Day at A Time vs. Benson Soap, All My Children, Eight is Enough, General Hospital Dallas, It's A Living, The Jeffersons, Dukes of Hazzard The Ropers, Angie, Dukes of Hazzard, The Waltons Love Boat vs. Eight is Enough & Soap vs. Three's Company Barney Miller vs. Eight is Enough & Welcome Back Kotter vs. Soap Eight is Enough vs Family & Welcome Back Kotter vs. Love Boat Gilligan's Island vs. Hawaiian Eye Battle of the Perfect 10s


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Product Details

  • Format: Box set, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Rated:
    NR
    Not Rated
  • Studio: Bci / Eclipse
  • DVD Release Date: January 8, 2008
  • Run Time: 720 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (60 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000YDBP52
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #119,828 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

Customer Reviews

Top Customer Reviews

Format: DVD
Family Feud is a classic show that ran for an impressive nine years with the always dashing Richard Dawson as host. Though Feud has been revived a few times over the years, the new incarnations haven't come close to matching the original's popularity.

This DVD set includes some of the most memorable celebrity episodes of the game, most of which aired in primetime. It's a chance to see the reunited casts of classic shows like The Brady Bunch, Petticoat Junction, Gilligan's Island, Leave It to Beaver and others competing for charity. Other show casts taking part include WKRP in Cincinnati, The Love Boat, Eight is Enough, General Hospital, What's Happening!, Family, Dallas, Soap, Benson, The Jeffersons, and Welcome Back Kotter.

Prior to this release, you could only see the episodes if you were lucky enough to catch them on GSN. If you love classic TV shows and stars, you'll surely enjoy these episodes.

* Note: Though the box mentions the casts of Batman and Lost in Space, they aren't in this set. Only one episode from that particular special week of shows is included and features the casts of Hawaiian Eye and Gilligan's Island. It's still a great set but don't buy it looking for Batman and Lost in Space!
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Episodes included:
Petticoat Junction vs. Leave it to Beaver
Real People vs. WKRP in Cincinnati
Love Boat vs. WKRP in Cincinnati
Soap vs. Real People
Hollywood Walk of Fame Special, Part 1
Your Hit Parade vs. The Brady Bunch
Petticoat Junction vs. The Brady Bunch, Part 2
The Jeffersons vs. Dallas
The Jeffersons vs. Dukes of Hazzard
Dallas vs. It's a Living
Eight is Enough vs. Soap
Richard's Rosebuds vs. Debbie's Dudes
Eight is Enough vs. General Hospital
Soap vs. All My Children
Dallas vs. One Day at a Time
Dallas vs. Eight Is Enough
Welcome Back Kotter vs. Barney Miller
Welcome Back Kotter vs. Soap
Barney Miller vs. Eight is Enough
Soap vs. Three's Company, Part 2
Soap vs. Three's Company, Part 1
Love Boat vs. Eight is Enough
Dukes of Hazzard vs. Angie
Dukes of Hazzard vs. the Waltons
The Ropers vs. Angie
Petticoat Junction vs. The Brady Bunch, Part 1
Adventure Heroines vs. Adventure Heroes, Part 2
Adventure Heroines vs. Adventure Heroes, Part 1
Richard's Rosebuds vs. Phyllis' Fighters
Wilt's Wows vs. Debbie's Dudes
Gilligan's Island vs. Hawaiian Eye
Family vs. Welcome Back Kotter
Welcome Back Kotter vs. The Love Boat
Eight is Enough vs. Family
One Day at a Time vs. Benson
Heroes vs. Villains, Part 3
Heroes vs. Villains, Part 2
Heroes vs. Villains, Part 1
Family vs. Eight is Enough
Family vs. What's Happening
Love Boat vs. Eight is Enough
Hollywood Walk of Fame Special, Part 2
Your Hit Parade vs. Leave it to Beaver
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It was truly a disappointing day, as I just received the second volume of Family Feud to find it's essentially the same DVD set I already had that was released in 2008. Both versions have, as far as I can tell so far, many of the same episodes or Richard being Richard and seducing the ladies...all the ladies, even grandma. So here I was excited for 43 episodes I haven't seen and here I am now typing a review since there were no reviews on Amazon when I purchased to warn me about this tragedy. I am now left wondering if there will ever be more episodes of Family Feud in the vault that will be released on DVD so that I can watch Richard Dawson with his pinky finger extended with a giant ring on it as he mingles with the beautiful lady contestants while brushing off the fact that most of them are married, often while their husband is standing right there. I haven't watched through all the episodes, but so far...the first disc has the same episodes as the first Family Feud All Stars DVD set, but I have found at least a few on disc 2 that are new, including this particularly questionable episode where Richard and this 19 year old blonde girl are talking about how they met when she was a young girl and Richard offered her candy. Seriously, it's weird, you should see it, they keep going back to how Richard offered her candy, kind of creepy, even for Richard. Anyway, they pulled a fast one on us fans by giving this DVD set a slightly different picture on the cover and now adding the words, "The Best of..." to the title. I've been had by them, very tricky...I suppose I'm a sucker who didn't know they were essentially selling the same product in a different looking case. HOWEVER, IF YOU HAVEN'T SEEN THE FIRST VOLUME, BUY THIS BECAUSE IT'S GREAT. Or, if you're a fan of the show, there are a few new ones on here the first volume didn't have, and as I watch through more, I'm really hoping to find more episodes I haven't seen.
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It is so hard to believe that the original great of Family Feud, Richard Dawson has died after battling cancer of the esophagus. He really was a quick-witted game show host, whom really was the George Clooney of his era in the 60's and 70's. His game show era was remarkable, and he knew how to make people laugh, cry, and have a great sense of humor. Family Feud was a great game show during the 70's and 80's, under Dawson's era. But his works with celebrities were really where the stars came out to play, from Susan Lucci to Dick Van Patten from Eight Is Enough, all the way Mark Goodson himself and Richard Simmons. But with of the shows Richard Dawson had done, only the celebrity shows have came down video, and a lot of them are right here.

Best Of All Star Family Feud, which came out in 2008, showcases Family Feud during the 70's and 80's, during Richard Dawson's first era of the show, when celebrities came out to play for charity in the funniest ways from Betty White, to Florence Henderson and The Brady Bunch, all playing for charities of their choices, and a bit of family frolic. The shows are remastered well, while in each show, Richard Dawson put on his most elegant in tuxedo and all, as each celebrity out their best and the brightest, by matching their answers with the surveys. Looking back at these shows, they are still definitely as fun to watch today, as they were back in the days that they were first aired. You are sometimes quickly reminded of what made a great game show host deliver. Richard Dawson did learn from the best, as he was at one point as panelist on Match Game with Gene Rayburn.
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