Super Friends - Season 1, Vol. 1
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The series featured the adventures of DC Comics book heroes Superman, Batman, Robin, Wonder Woman, and Aquaman. These five superheroes along with superheroes in training Wendy, Marvin, and Wonder Dog focused their abilities on putting away criminals, saving lives, and stopping terrible disasters. Each episode of the SuperFriends was geared to present, not only action, but also some lesson of educational value. A number of other famous DC comic book heroes appeared: Plastic Man, The Flash, and Green Arrow Eight 1-hour timeless adventures in a Deluxe 2-Disc Collector's Edition showcase the universe's greatest heroes paving the way for a brighter future.]]>
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Fans have been waiting years for this and now it's here! The show was comprised of 16 hour long episodes (about 45 minutes without commercials) and included some rare guest appearances such as Green Arrow & Plastic Man among others.
Warner Brothers is releasing the 1973 Season in Two 8 episode Volumes, which are both 2 discs each.
Episodes included with Volume 1:
01) The Power Pirate
02) The Baffles Puzzle
03) Professor Goodfellow's G.E.E.C.
04) The Weather Maker
05) Dr. Pelagian's War
06) The Shamon 'U'
07) Too Hot To Handle
08) The Androids
There will be a Super Friends interactive Trivia Challenge Quiz game included as bonus material.
Depending on how well it sells will have an affect on when Volume 2 is released.
This is great news for Super Friends fans every where! :-)
released 1973-1974 Super Friends!: Season One, Vol. Two (8x 46 minutes)
released 1979-1980 WORLD'S GREATEST SUPERFRIENDS (8x 22 minutes) TARGET STORE EXCLUSIVE 4/23/13
1980-1981 SUPERFRIENDS HOUR SHORTS (18x 7 minutes)
1981-1982 SUPERFRIENDS HOUR SHORTS (24x 7 minutes)
i would expect to see the shorts in one release,
since they are basically the same as 7x 45 minutes
all together thats roughly 14 hours without commercials
edit: apparently, i had bad info or made a mistake about the '79 season being 1 hour episodes, so corrected that finally.
'Mr.' has a better review listing everything, posted on the '73 vol 2 season set, just check his review for everything.
its just the shorts arent on dvd now, but they are on amazon digital as seasons 4 & 5, represented as 6x 21minutes & 8x 21minutes.
after that, id hope to see a release of the animated superboy episodes.
One more thing, the manufacturers have completely misrepresented which series this is by not putting the Jr. Superfriends (Wendy etc) on the dvd cover. I have been searching for these episodes for years..if I hadn't read the reviews here at Amazon (and had just relied on the dvd cover), I would have never realized that these were the episodes I've been looking for!
Super Friends (1973) Vol. 1
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Super Friends (1977) The All New Super Friends Hour Vol. 1
Super Friends (1977) The All New Super Friends Hour Vol. 2
Super Friends (1978) Challenge of the Super Friends Vol 1
Super Friends (1978) Challenge of the Super Friends Vol 2
Super Friends (1979) World's Greatest Super Friends
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