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Touched By An Angel: Inspiration Collection - Love
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Touched By an Angel was an American drama television series that chronicled the missions of a group of angels sent by God. Created by John Masius and produced by Martha Williamson, it ran on CBS for nine seasons, from September 21, 1994 to April 27, 2003, and aired in many countries all around the world. Regular production was based in Salt Lake City, Utah. The show's premise was based heavily on non-denominational Christian concepts. During its run, it was one of the highest-rated shows on CBS, and acquired a substantial fan base.
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Both the video and audio quality are EXCEPTIONAL for normal TVs. I do not have a large screen TV or HD TV, which typically need a Blu-Ray format / player, so I cannot comment about how this DVD plays on those devices just using an ordinary DVD player without upscaling technology.
I particular love the episode FEAR NOT, when Monica reveals herself to the congregation as an angel and the real celestral angelic choir sing to Händels MESSIAH! The continuation episode is equally impressive when we see the Lord's reason for giving us his only Son and Savior - so we can learn to forgive.
Please save yourself some time. Don't look at the 1-Star reviews. They are not related to the DVD and its content - just anger at the producer and license owner of the series.
I find it troubling that many fan shows negatively rate this release because they want to express their anger against CBS for not releasing later seasons (5-9) of this magnificent series.
I too love this show - but I also like the convenience of having all of the Christmas holiday specials on a single DVD. I have actually purchased both - this DVD as well as all 9 Seasons (The Complete Series) of TBAA.
I understand your anger and frustration - but don't berate these Holiday episodes because the producer or license owners made disagreeable / bad business decisions. Their could be other reasons they are unable to make DVD releases - perhaps contracts with the stars and / or special guest stars.
Please keep your comments relevant to the quality of the DVD (defective or poor video / audio as well as / or episodes (actors' performance and story plots).
Finally, if you haven't noticed - CBS did release all 9 seasons to DVD. So reading those 1-star reviews is a real laugh (as well as unfounded).