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Remington Steele: Seasons Four & Five

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It's business as usual at the Remington Steele Detective Agency, which means a caseload bursting with action, adventure, romance and danger! It's all in a day's work for the enchanting Laura Holt and the dashing Remington Steele, whose personal and professional relationships continue to heat up. Season four finds the jet-setting detective duo solving crimes at home and around the world, and season five features the show's thrilling final episodes in which Steele's shadowy past clashes head-on with his uncertain future. At the Steele Agency, it's never just another dull day at the office!


The fourth season picks up where the third left off--with the disappearance of Remington Steele (Pierce Brosnan). As the two-parter ("Steel Searching") opens, Mildred Krebs (Doris Roberts) is in the dumps. Laura Holt (Stephanie Zimbalist) seems to be handling the loss of her associate well, but she's just as distraught as Mildred. Fortunately, they’re able to track him down in London. That's the good news. The bad news is that Scotland Yard thinks he's a modern day Jack the Ripper. In this episode, Laura also clues Mildred in to the fact that "Remington Steele" is an assumed name and that the agency is actually her creation. Episodes of note include "Forged Steele," in which Steele gambles away the business, "Steele on the Air," in which Mildred becomes a radio sex therapist to solve the murder of a traffic reporter, and "Beg, Borrow or Steele," in which Holt and Steele are reported murdered. Among the fourth year guests are Lawrence Tierney ("Grappling Steele"), Terry O'Quinn ("Coffee, Tea or Steele"), and Frances Conroy ("Steele Hanging in There"). As for Steele's trademark movie references, they encompass North by Northwest ("Corn Fed Steele"), D.O.A. ("Premium Steele"), and Out of the Past ("Steele in the Spotlight").

Since NBC cancelled Remington Steele after the fourth year, the truncated fifth is often dismissed as a contractual obligation. When word got out that Brosnan was to be 007, renewed ratings justified a stay of execution (otherwise, he'd have donned the Bond duds sooner). At least Brosnan and Zimbalist weren't tied to a full season, but rather three two-hour movies. Most fans consider these episodes the weakest, because of the bickering, the bogus wedding, and Jack Scalia's meddling Tony Roselli. Still, they do tie up several loose ends, like the identity of Steele's father, in a tidy fashion. --Kathleen C. Fennessy

Special Features

  • 27 episodes on 5 discs
  • Commentary on 3 episodes
  • 6 featurettes

Product Details

  • Actors: Stephanie Zimbalist, Pierce Brosnan, Jack Scalia, Doris Roberts, Barbara Babcock
  • Directors: Alexander Singer, Burt Brinckerhoff, Christopher Hibler, Don Weis, Gabrielle Beaumont
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Color, Dubbed, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 1.0)
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: 20th Century Fox
  • DVD Release Date: October 6, 2009
  • Run Time: 1360 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (110 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000FKO3HG
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #33,706 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Remington Steele: Seasons Four & Five" on IMDb

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By Heidi Anne Heiner VINE VOICE on May 27, 2006
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
I can't give this collection less than five stars despite the mostly horrible Season 5 included in the series. Steele, I would rather have Season 5 than not. I'm just thankful I will have the entire series on DVD as of August 15, 2006 and can finally retire my deteriorating video tapes forever. My favorite episodes are in the previous seasons, but I enjoy them all, especially "Steele at Your Service" and "Beg, Borrow, or Steele." Just try to forget about Jack appearing in Season 5 and enjoy these final seasons of RS on DVD.

Here's a list of the episodes:

Season 4

67. 4- 1 Steele Searching (1)

68. 4- 2 Steele Searching (2)

69. 4- 3 Steele Blushing

70. 4- 4 Grappling Steele

71. 4- 5 Forged Steele

72. 4- 6 Corn Fed Steele

73. 4- 7 Premium Steele

74. 4- 8 Coffee, Tea, or Steele

75. 4- 9 Dancer, Prancer, Donner and Steele

76. 4-10 Steele on the Air

77. 4-11 Steele, Inc.

78. 4-12 Steele Spawning

79. 4-13 Suburban Steele

80. 4-14 Santa Claus is Coming to Steele

81. 4-15 Steele Blue Yonder

82. 4-16 Sensitive Steele

83. 4-17 Steele in the Spotlight

84. 4-18 Steele at Your Service

85. 4-19 Steele in the Running

86. 4-20 Beg, Borrow, or Steele

87. 4-21 Steele Alive and Kicking

88. 4-22 Bonds of Steele

Season 5

89. 5- 1 The Steele That Wouldn't Die (1)

90. 5- 2 The Steele That Wouldn't Die (2)

91. 5- 3 Steele Hanging in There (1)

92. 5- 4 Steele Hanging in There (2)

93. 5- 5 Steeled With a Kiss (1)

94. 5- 6 Steeled With a Kiss (2)
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The debonair ex-con-man and strait-laced detective return in the last two seasons of "Remington Steele," where Steele and Laura solve new mysteries -- and uncover old ones. While the final season is weak compared to the previous ones, the last two seasons are still quite enjoyable and amusing.

As the season opens, Laura Holt (Stephanie Zimbalist) returns to England, trying to keep Steele (Pierce Brosnan) from running afoul of Scotland yard. He's masquerades as an assassin while looking for clues to his past -- and a murder happens. But even back in America, their problems don't cease -- and some of them are very funny.

Among other things, the agency investigate a wrestler, missing experimental pigs, faux obituaries, a body that fell onto a airline luggage carousel, a self-improvement spa where "accidents" keep happening, tell-tale butlers, missing caviar, and deal with an inept would-be detective whose latest scheme gets a man killed. Steele and Laura are even declared dead -- and Mildred (Doris Roberts) is the prime suspect in their "murder."

And on the personal front, Laura finds a doctored photo of her in a porno, Steele apparently gambles away the agency, and Mildred becomes a radio star. But the fourth season takes a nasty turn when Steele finds that he'll be deported unless he gets a green card -- and it seems that Laura is the only one available...

The fifth season was done for contractual reasons, and the stars didn't want to do it, since it led to them losing out on roles they wanted. So, they only did a trio of movies, which rather hastily wrap up the threads of the series -- mainly Steele's past, Steele and Laura's relationship. It's very light on detective work, but it does give us a satisfactory finale.
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I was a big fan of this series when it first aired in the 80's. Like almost all of the fans I supported the effort to bring it back to life. Now twenty years later and purchasing all of the DVD sets, I can only say again that I'm sorry to see that it's over.

For those who haven't seen the show, season four continued the excellent plot lines and easy banter between the stars. The truncated season five was made up of three two-part episodes. I could have done without the Roselli character put in as a rival love interest for Laura. This may have influenced my rating of this set, but you aren't allowed half star rating so I went with the five star rating.

They did however bring a conclusion to the series and that is what's important. Now I can pull out the season one DVDs and start watching all over again.

Highly recommended for season four. Season five is a reserved recommendation but since they are packaged together you don't have a choice.

I just had an additional thought. Since all the stars are still alive, I'd like to see a 2 hour made for television movie that takes place 20+ years later. Maybe with the children grown and ready to take over Remington Steele Investigations.
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The final episodes of Remigton Steele do not compare to the first three seasons, but that was the result of changing writers in the hope of giving NBC what it wanted to make the show "hipper and more marketable." There are a few episodes that are reminiscent of the earlier seasons -- not surprisingly, these were penned by original writers and directed by Seymour Robbie. The addition of Jack Scalia (who NBC was trying to make into the next big thing) to the cast was a dreadful mistake as his acting sinks every scen he is in like a lead balloon. The final episodes on disk five at least wind up the series nicely by addressing some of the key threads that were recurring themes, who Steele's father is, will Steele and Laura get together. Despite the dramtic shift in the quality of the series, I still found myself sad when he final episode ended -- a tribute to the greatness that was there. I love the bonus goodbyes to the show from the cast, and the writers. All shows should respect and appreciate their fans as much.
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