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That '70s Show: Season 1

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Crank up the 8-track and flash back to the "me" decade…That ‘70s Show is now shaking its groove thing on DVD! Set in the era of Led Zeppelin, Tab cola and Farrah Fawcett posters, this hilarious sitcom starring Ashton Kutcher recently celebrated its 100th episode and continues to delight fans with its nostalgic references and funny, slice-of-life storylines about growing up in the ‘70s.

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Long before Ashton met Demi or Topher got lost in Traffic, the makers of Third Rock from the Sun stepped into the Wayback Machine and emerged with That '70s Show. It would go on to become the Fox Network's most successful sitcom since Married... with Children. Set in the Wisconsin suburbs of 1976, the action centers around 17-year-old Eric Forman (Topher Grace), his friends, and his family. He's an ordinary teenager, much like the slackers of Richard Linklater's Dazed and Confused, with an interest in girls, cars, beer, and rock & roll (but not necessarily in that order).

Eric's friends include hipster Hyde (Danny Masterson), exchange student Fez (Wilmer Valderrama), and dim-bulb Kelso (Ashton Kutcher). Donna (Lora Prepon), Eric's neighbor, is also a friend, but she'll soon become something more, while Kelso already has a girlfriend, the bossy Jackie (Mila Kunis)--and a crush on Eric's sister Laurie (Lisa Robin Kelly). Kelso and Jackie will spend a good part of the first year breaking up just to make up, while Hyde pines for Donna and Fez for Jackie. Eric's family also includes father Red (Kurtwood Smith) and mother Kitty (Debra Jo Rupp). Donna's includes mother Midge (former Bond girl Tanya Roberts) and perm-sporting father Bob (Don Stark).

The first season boasts a period-perfect bevy of guest stars, including Danny Bonaduce ("Eric's Burger Job"), Eve Plumb ("The Keg"), and Marion Ross as Eric’s grandmother ("Sunday, Bloody Sunday" and other episodes). That said, if That '70s Show were just a nostalgia trip, it wouldn't have lasted for over seven seasons. Alas, lightning wouldn’t strike twice. When the same producers followed-up with That '80s Show a few years later, it would soon disappear without a trace. Accept no substitutes: That '70s Show is the real deal--a retro-comedy, like Happy Days, with heart. --Kathleen C. Fennessy


Special Features

  • 25 episodes on four discs
  • Season 1 overview: "Hello Wisconsin!"
  • That '70s Trivia Show
  • Promo-palooza

Product Details

  • Actors: Topher Grace, Laura Prepon, Mila Kunis, Danny Masterson, Wilmer Valderrama
  • Directors: David Trainer, Terry Hughes
  • Writers: Arthur F. Montmorency, Bonnie Turner, Dave Schiff, Eric Gilliland, Jackie Filgo
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, Dubbed, Full Screen, Subtitled, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround)
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: 20th Century Fox
  • DVD Release Date: October 26, 2004
  • Run Time: 575 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (188 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0002PYS5G
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #61,584 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "That '70s Show: Season 1" on IMDb

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By Sayres on March 22, 2012
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
I watch That 70's Show almost constantly. I thought the HD versions were pretty good. But after watching it on blu ray I am blown away with how much time and effort was put into making a great show even better. You can read the games in the basement from a distance, you can read the warning labels off the water heater, I thought Hyde was wearing jeans in the pilot, it turns out they were stripped pants. Colors are brighter, the screen is clear and the detail is AMAZING! And that doesn't even cover the bonus disk with side by side comparison and other fun stuff. This is worth every penny, even if you aren't a hardcore fan, this is a must have for anyone. I cannot wait for season 2. I will be disapointed if they do not release a complete box set by Christmas.
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That 70's Show came out screaming at a point in my life when I needed it most. Eric Foreman and Donna Pinciotti, were my boyfriend, Terry and myself hanging out in the basement of his mom & dad's house with a variety of friends with personalities much like Michael Kelso, Steven Hyde, Jackie Berkhart, and Eric's naughty sister Laurie...Fez, however, did not exist but the rest of the first season was dead bang and more like a memory than a sit-com. In 1976, as the stage is set in season 1, I was 14 years old and seeing all the life-learning wacky, goofy experiences the characters live out is extremely humerous and more like a trip down memory lane. Like Hyde, there was always somebody around with " a whole big bag of love ". Without much more than Packman, pinball or foosball for entertainment, we had to change the channel on the tv by hand, too. The soundtrack of songs are true to the era, as well. I remember the drive-in theater, and my daughter, who is 20, only knows what a drive-in is from watching tv. These are just a few examples but now that it's the end of 2005 and as the characters grow and change, NOW I find myself relating more to Red & Kitty ( Eric's parents ) and/or Bob & Midge ( Donna's parents )!!! All I know is it's awsome to go back in time and experience the nostalgia and adolescent situations that bring back a time for me when things were so much simpler, the grass was greener and the sky so much more blue. With no disrespect intended for the rest of the season, which is so unexpected and fresh, I never fail to laugh no matter how many times I watch Season 1, disc 1, episodes 1 & 2, which are in my oppinion the VERY BEST of That 70's Show and the heart of what it was really like to grow up in the '70's! :)
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The first season will remind you of why you liked the show (forget the current seasons now airing). Everything is clicking from the start.

The only problem here is that the original DVD is CENSORED! In the Wrestling episode, when Donna has Eric in a head lock she asks why he is not fighting back. Hyde's comment about "Why, look where his head is!", which is right next to Donna's breasts, has been cut. It was cut way back after the first airing. Too bad it was not restored.

***Update on new Blu-ray That '70s Show: Season 1 [Blu-ray], this has the UNCUT episodes.***
There are also reports of other DVDs with uncut episodes.
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I really enjoy this series. The entire cast is excellent and complements each other. This is one of the few series I look forward to, both new and reruns.

This first release of That 70s show on DVD contains all of the episodes of its first season. All 25 episodes are contained on 4 disks. It is full frame and list at 575 minutes.

Episodes:

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1) That `70s Pilot - Red gives Eric the keys to the Vista Cruiser and tells him he can go anywhere but out of town but of course they go out of town.

2) Eric's Birthday - The last think Eric wants on his birthday is a party but he gets one anyway.

3) Streaking - President Ford comes to town and the boys decide to streak. Red is selected to ask the President a question.

4) Battle of the Sexists - Eric feels less that a man when he loses a game of basketball to Donna.

5) Eric's Burger Job - Eric gets a job at Fatso burger.

6) The Keg - Eric and Donna skip a day of school and find Hyde and Fes in the back seat of the car. While driving down the road they find a keg of beer.

7) That Disco Episode - Kitty teaches Hyde how to dance.

8) Drive In - Eric and Donna go to the drive-in.

9) Thanksgiving - Laurie comes home for Thanksgiving.

10) Sunday, Bloody Sunday - Red's mother comes for a Sunday visit and drives everyone crazy, except for Fes.

11) Eric's Buddy - Eric has a new friend and Kelso and Hyde can't stand it.

12) The Best Christmas Ever - Red give Eric $40 to get a tree but he keeps the money and cuts down a tree from beside the road.

13) Ski Trip - The gang goes to Jackie's cabin for the weekend. Kelso is uninvited when Jackie finds out he was fooling around with Pam Macy.
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Frist, I would like to say that it is about time for "that 70's show" to be released on dvd. With seven seasons of "friends" and shows like, "all in the family", and "MASH" in second or third seasons, it's great to see a more recent show being realesed on dvd. I guess the producers have finally learned that people will pay for season to season of their favorite show's.

The show is terrific, the first season has great episodes like 'eric's first job', and 'the pill', and who could forget the pilot, pass it this way, puff puff give. Nothing like network television finally acknowledging bud smoking in prime time.

Even though I think the second and third seasons are the best; season one is a great start. Buy this dvd you will not be disappointed.
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