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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Original Series - Season 5

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Dishing up Season 5 in 3 hot DVDs! Dudes! Your order for hot and fresh kung-fu adventures is ready. In 18 wicked episodes from the original series, Leonardo, Michaelangelo, Raphael, and Donatello deliver totally radical mutant action right to your door - and all the tasty extras you want are included. Cowabunga! Any way you slice it, their way of saving the day is gnarly.

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  • Format: Multiple Formats, Animated, Box set, Closed-captioned, Color, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: Lions Gate
  • DVD Release Date: August 7, 2007
  • Run Time: 414 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (32 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000R5OFO0
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #23,429 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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it's great to have the original cartoon of "TMNT" but r.smith is right, (planet of the turtleoids) is missing from this season because there are 20 episode's in season 5 so they must be planning to put it in the next volume seeing that there are 16 episode's in season 6 but i can not find any reference to (Once Upon a Time Machine) in any season unless it go's by another name but all in all i can say were about half way by now because there are 1-193 episode's across 10 SEASON'S in the original cartoon but from season 8-10 there are only 24 episode's in total (8 episode's in season 8, 8 episode's in season 9, and 8 in season 10) so they might be planning to put season's 8-10 on one dvd. so here is a list of the episode's to come-

Season 6 (1992)

127 "Rock Around the Block"
128 "Krangenstein Lives"
129 "Super Irma"
130 "Adventures in Turtle-Sitting"
131 "The Sword of Yurikawa"
132 "Return of the Turtleoid"
133 "Shreeka's Revenge "
134 "Too Hot to Handle"
135 "Nightmare in the Lair"
136 "Phantom of the Sewers"
137 "Donatello Trashes Slash"
138 "Leonardo is Missing"
139 "Snakes Alive!"
140 "Polly Wanna Pizza"
141 "Mr. Nice Guy"
142 "Sleuth on the Loose"

143 "Tower of Power"
144 "Rust Never Sleeps"
145 "A Real Snow Job"
146 "Venice on the Half-Shell"
147 "Artless"
148 "Ring of Fire"
149 "The Irish Jig Is Up"
150 "Shredder's New Sword"
151 "The Lost Queen of Atlantis"
152 "Turtles on the Orient Express"
153 "April Gets in Dutch"
154 "Northern Lights Out"
155 "Elementary, My Dear Turtle"

Season 7 (1993)

This season chronologically begins at where Episode 142 left off.
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"Once Upon a Time Machine" and "Planet of the Turtleoids parts 1 and 2" from seasons 4 and 5 were not released in this set or the previous set. Hopefully Season 6 will include these missing episodes. It really gets annoying when shows are not released in proper order, or grouped properly. The episodes are not in proper order on the DVD's, and there is no episode listing included so you have play each DVD to find the episode you are looking for. The background noise volume seems to be turned up louder than when originally aired (at least on the episodes I have watched so far), which sounded horrible on the Tranformers G1 DVD's (simulated explosions added in by Rhino). This is not as annoying as transformers was, but sometimes the background noise drowns out the voices which irritated me. Other than that this is a good set in a really cool Pizza box DVD case which was very clever, for one of the best Cartoons ever made! But the simple things that I posted ruined my experience a little. But I still recommend buying this set in order to get the entire series released. So packaging gets an A+, Series and shows get an A+, but the organization of this set gets an F-.
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On October 5, 1991, the second season (and fifth overall) of the "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" debuted on the CBS network. Riding a wave of almost unparalleled popularity at that time, the series had truly become a pop-cultural phenomenon.

This DVD set contains, to my understanding, 18 episodes of the fifth season of this series. However, for reasons that I don't understand, two episodes from the end of that season, a two-parter that aired in primetime -- "Planet of the Turtleoids" -- has not been included in this set. I am assuming that these episodes will be released in a later set (presumably the sixth season), but to not include them here is a shame. Why Lion's Gate would skimp out on these two episodes remains to be seen.

However, that minor quibble aside, there are some other assorted goodies to feed the senses. Continuing in the tradition that was set with the previous release, there are three bonus features included in this set:

"Heroes in a Half Shell" featurette on the Ninja Turtles phenomenon
"Inside the Turtle Shell" character portrait of Donatello
"Inside the Turtle Shell" character portrait of the Evil Splinter

On a sidenote, it will be interesting to see if the voice actor behind Donatello makes any references to the other voice actor who sometimes portrayed Donatello in the third season. I, in particular, have always been intrigued by this; to my memory, only Donatello and Raphael of the Fearsome Foursome ever had different voice actors at certain times in the series. Donatello and Raphael had notable voice changes in some episodes of the third season (in "The Turtle Terminator," both their voices are different...in the SAME EPISODE!), and a brand new voice actor gave voice to Raphael in the show's final season.
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Season 5 is the shortest single outright season release for the Ninja Turtles thus far. The pizza box design is nice, but the content is flawed. None of the episodes here are of stand-out appeal, the most memorable in my mind being "Zac and the Alien Invaders" and "My Brother the Bad Guy".

However, the 1-hour special "Planet of the Turtleoids", the two final episodes of the season, have for some inexplicable reason been left out. It's not as though they couldn't have fit them into the ensemble. They still haven't been released even with seasons six, seven and eight out, and this is absolutely inexcusable of Lionsgate. "Plane of the Turtleoids" is a vital piece of the puzzle that effects storylines later on in the series - not to mention is it awesomely cool. Is it because it broke the 20-minute time lap for each episode? Such petty details shouldn't deter such a respectable supplier.

One star is detracted for the rather low quality of episodes on this set. Two stars are detracted for leaving out Season 5's magnum opus. Lionsgate, Fred Wolf Films, see to it that "Planet of the Turtleoids" is released this instant. In the meantime, this is a decent set with a creative packaging (like a pizza box), but surely it had space for the specials? Of course it did!
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