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Magnum P.I.: Season 7

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Editorial Reviews

Magnum is back and better than ever in all 21 action-packed episodes of Magnum P.I.: The Complete Seventh Season! Tom Selleck returns as TV's most charming Primetime Emmy Award-winning detective, heating up the exotic streets of Hawaii with his hot red Ferrari and top-notch investigative skills. Along for the ride are everyone's favorite characters - Higgins, TC and Rick - as well as Jessica Fletcher from Murder, She Wrote in a special crossover episode. From exploring a secret island to chasing kidnappers and surviving his fortieth birthday, you won't want to miss a minute of the excitement in this fantastic 5-disc set!

Special Features

Disc 2:
  • Murder, She Wrote Crossover Episode: "Magnum on Ice"
  • Inside the Ultimate Crime Crossover


  • Disc 5:
  • America's Top Sleuths

  • Product Details

    • Actors: Tom Selleck
    • Directors: Gilbert M. Shilton, Robert Totten, Ray Danton, Georg Stanford Brown, John C. Flinn III
    • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Color, Dolby, Full Screen, NTSC, Subtitled
    • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono)
    • 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
      Not Rated
    • Studio: Universal Studios Home Entertainment
    • DVD Release Date: October 30, 2007
    • Run Time: 1042 minutes
    • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (105 customer reviews)
    • ASIN: B000TZX5XK
    • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #41,083 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
    • Learn more about "Magnum P.I.: Season 7" on IMDb

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    Format: DVD
    Magnum P.I. is my favorite TV show of all time. It ran for 8 seasons. Season 7 contains some of the very best episodes of the series. Here are the episodes:

    L.A. - While in Los Angeles to do some work for Robin Masters, Magnum meets Dana Delany. While some fans of the series love this episode, it's never been high on my list. I don't hate it either, but I don't see much special about it. This episode is two hours long.

    One Picture is Worth - Magnum protects a woman who was a witness to a bank robbery/murder. There's a cliché scene where Magnum and the woman are hiding in a remote shack, and the bad guys are outside shooting at them, and the shack gets set on fire.

    Straight and Narrow - A woman whom Magnum had met in the season 6 episode "The Hotel Dick" now hires Magnum to find her missing sister.

    A.A.P.I. - Magnum tries to solve the murder of a famous French detective, who was poisoned at a convention of private investigators. There are also some dream sequences along the lines of 1940s film noir.

    Death and Taxes - Magnum keeps getting phone calls which are either from a prankster, or from a crazy serial killer. This is one of the better episodes of this season.

    Little Girl Who - This episode is one of the reasons why season 7 is a must own for fans of the series. This is a continuation of the wonderful "Memories Are Forever" from season 2. Just like that episode, this one is emotional, powerful, well written, well acted, and a real tear jerker.

    Paper War - This is another one of the gems from this season. In one of the funniest episodes of the series, Magnum and Higgins repeatedly up the ante in an ever escalating series of practical jokes against each other.
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    On a personal note, and agreeing with the other reviewers this is the one I've been waiting for, Magnum Pi's seventh season is I would say the best.

    Most magnum pi fans would agree that seasons one, two and three were great, the show lost its way a little with seasons four, five and six, but then picked up again brilliantly with seasons seven and eight.

    Season seven has no doubt the most memorable episodes of the entire series, ask any fan and just to name a few they would immediatly shout out episodes such as 'death and taxes', 'paper war', 'little girl who' and the outstanding season finale 'Limbo'.

    Any person who is on the fence with this one should just purchase as its fantastic entertainment!
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    Definitely one of the best seasons if not THE BEST for the simple fact that it contains the episode "Paper War". This is the episode where Higgins and Magnum have an all out prank war, truly a fun episode. Also it contains the episode "Laura" with Sinatra himself!
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    This was a really good season with several touching and great episodes. I loved this show as a kid, but never saw many of the episodes in this season. The one feeling I had was there were several aspects of the storyline that the show carried through all season that were followed that was comforting and familiar. Some of the new additions were interesting as well.

    My complaint is up until the last few episodes you really had no idea this was supposed to be the last season. It didn't wrap up any of the story arcs and many of the new arcs were left hanging. In the finale "Limbo," it felt like a decent season finale cliff hanger, but I have to say if they ended the series on that note I would be really angry.

    I have no idea how the shortened season 8 will be, but I'm thankful they didn't end the series like this. The title "Limbo," is appropriate because it left all these arcs open and the fan in limbo, which is a crappy place to be considering there hasn't been any sort of Magnum reunion, movie, or anything since the show closed in the late 80's.
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    I bought all 8 seasons from Amazon at the same time, as they offered them for a great price! Magnum P.I. was one of my favorite TV shows. My only disappointment was that some seasons were double-sided DVDs, but at least I have all the episodes & can watch them whenever I want.
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    Format: DVD
    The 7th season of Magnum PI follows the pattern of the previous DVD releases - high quality material released in a mediocre package. There are 5 single sided DVDs in the tri-fold arrangement with 2 DVDs on each of 2 folds and 1 on the remaining fold. There is no evidence that any restoration was done on the episodes but fortunately they are recent enough not to require much. Extras are limited to an "America's Top Sleuths" feature and a short "Inside the Ultimate Crime Crossover" segment. The episodes are not broken up into scenes.

    I liked season 7 better than season 6. There were fewer mediocre episodes and more real jewels. Here are some good and a few bad impressions.

    The 2 hour opening episode "L.A.", although by no means poor, really doesn't hold up when compared to the classic 2 parters of previous seasons. Inexplicably, this episode deleted a minute long chase scene. It isn't glaringly obvious but I got suspicious when a "girl in hot tub" was mentioned in the credits but was not on the DVD.

    The crossover with Murder, She Wrote is indeed an actual crossover. Both casts appear across both parts in a single story. This is in contrast to the earlier Simon and Simon "crossover" where there are essentially two separate stories and the Magnum cast's appearances on Simon and Simon is merely gratuitous.

    Frank Sinatra's last substantial acting role in the episode "Laura" is outstanding. He was a superb actor.

    The worst, but by no means terrible, episode was "A.A.P.I.".

    "Missing Melody" gets trashed because of the out of the blue introduction of T.C.'s ex-wife and children. I always thought this was an unfair criticism. TV shows have to resort to this sort of thing and it is really no worse than finding out that Magnum was once married.
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