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Bravestarr - The Complete Series - 65 Episode Collection
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It took more than a hero to tame the wildest territory in the galaxy. It took a legend... Bravestarr.
His name is Marshall BraveStarr and he come to the rough-and-tumble planet of New Texas to bring some law to its anarchy for there s no match against BraveStarr s powers: the strength of the bear, the speed of the puma, the eyes of the hawk, and the ears of the wolf!
Now own and relive the entire 65 episodes of BRAVESTARR: THE SERIES, on DVD. This groundbreaking syndicated hit from the American animators of Filmation has all the mysticism, humor, futuristic fantasy and pulse-pounding action that you remember. BRAVESTARR is a spaced-aged Western that will take you to a new frontier... and beyond!
Feature-Length audio commentary track with producer Lou Scheimer, director Tom Tataranowicz, Voice Actor Pat Fraley, Animator Tom Sito and Voice Director Erika Scheimer. Hosted by Andy Mangles.
Top Customer Reviews
I liked this better than Filmation's more successful cartoon, He-Man. The stories were more interesting and I thought they'd take risks you'd never see on He-Man.
Another reviewer remarked that the pilot was not included in this DVD. That's probably true. I'm no expert on Bravestarr but I always thought that the episode, SHERLOCK HOLMES IN THE 23RD CENTURY, was the pilot episode and that it was just shown later in the season for some reason. Like I said I could easily be wrong about that. The Sherlock Holmes episode was pretty good by the way. It has Sherlock fall from Reichenbach Falls just as a time warp opened, carrying him into the time of "Bravestarr. TO me that's imaginative and literate. There were plenty of other stories just as good. I'd recommend it to anyone who likes Filmation, good cartoons for kids, or imaginative visual storytelling.Read more ›
-Audio track for episode "Eye of the Beholder" is missing. (Even though it's advertised on the back of the box)
-End of episode "Sunrise, Sunset" is cut off. (The last 2 minutes is missing)
-The origin movie is not included, which is odd because this set is supposed to be "complete". (The movie is rather significant to the show because it's what kickstarts the Bravestarr series)
-Episodes are out of order. (Not really a problem unless you want to watch the episodes in the correct order which you'd have to look up a list online)
I would have given this DVD box set 5 stars if not for the missing stuff.
This really is a great series and would recommend this set, especially since it has all the cartoon's episodes in one package, but just beware that this particular set is not without it's flaws.
I already owned a sample of the beginning sequence music from a DVD extra from Journey Back to Oz which was where my interest originated. Being that I admire native American Indians and the set includes 7 DVDs with extras trailers and commentaries for under twenty dollars, I had to get it.
Alas, BraveStarr is Filmation's last cartoon series.
I know the reason, but I will ask anyway,: Why did you have to go?
The box is both odd and interesting. Others cartoons came in slim DVD packaging and this came in a large plastic dvd box with each dvd in a paper wrapper stacked inbetween a plastic inside. The box is a jumbo looking dvd case about the size of 3 dvd cases. Large but also makes for a nice package presentation and seeing which disc inside is which is easy because each disc is numbered and there is a clear plastic circle to see which disc is which. Basically I am saying this is a dvd shelf item, not a dvd slot rack item for storage. Anyway, worth every penny.
Filmation forever ...... The dvd set is really beautiful with a booklet inside. Long live Mill Creek and their wonderful productions !
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It's Filmation at its best and it's Bravestarr and it's dirt cheap for hours of entertainment!!!Published 27 days ago by prints-to-go
This is a show that needs to return. What interested me initially was a review in which the writer describes a 2 part episode featuring Sherlock Holmes... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Darryl Dean
Great western cartoon that is not dirty and teaches important lessons.Published 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
Very old school cartoon. I wanted my boys to see some of the cartoons I grew up watching. My little one enjoys torturing me with this cartoon though!Published 5 months ago by AtekamT