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The FBI: The Second Season Part Two

4.9 out of 5 stars 22 customer reviews

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Editorial Reviews

The second half of The FBI's sophomore season sees Agents Erskine ((Efrem Zimbalist, Jr.) and Rhodes (Stephen Brooks) battling threats both foreign and domestic at the behest of Assistant Director Ward (Philip Abbott). The action amps up to all-star heights in the two-part episode "The Executioners," in which the agents take on a fractured La Cosa Nostra with guest performances by Walter Pidgeon, Telly Savalas, Susan Strasberg, Celeste Holm and Robert Duvall. Other guest stars of note in this 4-disc, 13-episode collection include Gene Hackman, Alejandro Rey, Louis Jourdan, Peter Graves, Jessica Walter, Bradford Dillman, Charles Grodin and William Wellman, Jr.

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Product Details

  • Actors: Efrem Zimbalist, Jr., Stephen Brooks, Philip Abbott
  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Rated:
    NR
    Not Rated
  • Studio: Warner Archive
  • DVD Release Date: March 15, 2012
  • Run Time: 660 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B007549YN8
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #71,426 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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I remember watching this series as a kid and I'm glad these quality shows are showing up on disk. The accuracy of the Hoover Bureau and its Special Agents is right on the mark. The Director of this series reminds me of the attention to detail Jack Webb put into making his famous Dragnet and Adam-12 series or Joseph Wambaugh's Police Story series. If you are interested in knowing what the Bureau was like under Hoover, the series is an excellent representation. The FBI is an elite law enforcement agency and this series really drives the point home.
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I was always a fan of this series when I was a kid, but hadn't seen any episodes in decades. It was the first Quinn Martin series I remember and I always enjoyed the distinctive style of his shows. Season one was good, but disappointed me slightly with an overall tone and production values that were not quite what I remembered. Season two is better. The scripts appear sharper, the acting a bit more natural and less wooden, and the storyline with Erskine's daughter is gone for good.

The transfers are OK but do not appear to be digitally remastered, and some episodes could have benefited from this. These appear to be syndication copies. Only two episodes, "The Executioners" parts 1 and 2, retain the full original opening with the credit to the Ford Motor Company retained, which makes the rough cut in the theme music in all the other episodes make more sense, as the Ford credit is cut and so the music takes a jump. Those two episodes also retain the original pre-opening of a title slide and the announcer saying "The F.B.I. - in color!", just like in the old Police Squad comedies. One thing I had forgotten was that only in the first 2 seasons was there a rather crude attempt at showing some Washington DC landmarks in the opening titles, and these were not very well done. This goes away in season 3.

These episodes are fun to watch. Everyone, both good and bad, drives a Ford product of course, as Ford was the sponsor and made sure their vehicles were featured. I always thought that perhaps they should have had the bad guys drive competitor's vehicles! Efrem Zimbalist was perhaps too suave for a typical F.B.I. agent, but he is a great leading man and carries the part well. Stephen Brooks never sold me as an F.B.I.
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Somewhere along the years, the FBI became a stereotype of black suits or pushy climbers. However, this series was when the FBI was supposed to make US safe and did their jobs like grown up professionals. And what an ensemble case they have. As you read the list of guest stars, you have to have yet another season, to see your favorite actors take on the role of bad guys. Check out the Ford Mustangs that evolve with the show, which must have been sponsored by Ford. Great nostalgia.
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This is a really awesome show!. It may be way before my time but I have loved every single episode in season 1 and 2. Luckily I got the last 3 as gifts because I am against half seasons because they are ripping off fans on purpose and taking up double the space necessary on my shelves. I bought S1P1 myself because it looked like a great late-night crime show and it was on sale for a steal. But then I wanted more and refused to spend the money on half seasons. I am blessed with family who knows what I like, so I got the others as bday/Christmas gifts and haven't tired one bit of the show. It's one of those shows that I have to pace myself with 2 before bed or I'll end up watching the whole series in 2 days!

Great crime stories, crime solving, FBI glory days type of show with great acting and really great visual and audio quality, especially given the age. You reallt cannot tell the difference in quality from a current DVD. Some of the old shows, before the 70's especially, have a lesser video quality, which does not bother me in the least, because it really feels like it is appropriate for the shows, but ti is also nice to have such a good production quality in a show that so incomprehensibly expensive.
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enjoy this so much. the old shows with the old cars looking so great. The streets and stores are so neat and no riots seen without police stopping them before damage occurs. The stories are meaningful and the actors dress like they care about how they look and talk. Crime is being kept under control and not in control as it is today. And the victim is considered more than the criminal. What refreshment
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The second season of the F.B.I part two (which should be purchased with part one if they aren`t sold back to back) is another in the series of DVDs which have been released of this classic T.V. show. There is plenty of action to keep you on the edge of your seat.
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For the episodes The Executioners Parts 1 & 2, we get the original 'Next The FBI in Color' announcement at the start and the full 'Ford Motor company present The FBI' opening. Good to have!
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CAN'T WAIT FOR THE REST OF THIS SERIES.CAN'T WAIT FOR THE REST OF THIS SERIES.CAN'T WAIT FOR THE REST OF THIS SERIES.
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