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Schreiben der Kulturbürgermeisterin Dr. Susanne Eisenmann

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  1. 1 Mbaye said at 07:17 on 1st September, 2012:

    Review by Eric Pregosin for Rating: How about that? 2 weeks after my copy of Season 2 (or the first contemporary saosen for literalists) arrives in my mailbox, I get to place my pre-order for the final saosen and at the same price to boot. There are some who say that this saosen’s villains are not as comic strip like, but it’s a toughie to call. Some of the things you notice in this final collection. 1) Charles Fox’s music has been jazzed up a tad for during both the opening and closing credits, leaving Norman Gimbel’s lyrics from both previous sets just a memory of the recent past. 2) Steve Trevor Jr’s unexplained rank of Major (his father’s rank from the war series) said to him first by Andros in the next to last segment of part 2 of Mind Stealers just as inexplicably becomes Colonel . As Diana says in, Flight To Oblivion Congratulations you finally got a promotion . 3) Some of the clips from the Opening Credits are different than in the last set (1 even includes the Rover). The clips with Lyle Waggoner are the same just showed in reverse of the way they were shown in set 2. They are completely removed in The Man Who Couldn’t Die since he didn’t appear in it (I still believe this was the finale despite the order these episodes will appear on disc), and replaced with clips from that episode (which were used in a previous episode as well). 4) The opening segments before the credits on some of these episodes are longer than on when they started using this format with Man Who Made Volcanoes in set 2 (the longest timewise I think is on Deadly Sting (which I still feel was the saosen premiere, listen to the music on the ending credits on this episode vis a vis any other in the collection and you’ll hear why). 5) For the first time in the contemporary series, an actor reprises a role (in the war series Carolyn Jones played the Queen and Debra Winger plays Drusilla in both Feminum Mystique and In Hollywood making the only reprisal of a character by the same actor in the war series). Here Ed Begley Jr returns as Harold Farnum (the smitten college student in Diana’s Disappearing Act ) in Fine Art of Crime . However, for literalists, his famous father has gone from being a Congressman (referencing the House of Representatives) to a Senator . In this same episode you also see Rover is not as pesty as you think when you first meet him, when he locks Harold in a closet when he tries to secretly get to see Ira after Steve says no. Rover also comes in useful in Formicida , a bravura speaking job by the then popular husband/wife mime team of Robert Shields and Lorene Yarnell . Ok enough disecting this final DVD set of 1 of my favorites tv shows. BUY IT AND COMPLETE YOUR COLLECTION (or if you haven’t started already, order all 3 together). NOW!


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