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Sealab 2021 Season Four ----> 8/15/06

Old 05-03-06, 10:13 PM
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Sealab 2021 Season Four ----> 8/15/06

From dvdactive.com:

Title: Sealab 2021
Starring: Brett Butler
Released: 15th August 2006
SRP: $29.98

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Warner has announced the fourth season of 70's television show Sealab 2021 which will be arriving in shops from the 15th August. Retail should be around $29.98. Each of the episodes will be presented in 1.33:1 full frame along with English Dolby 2.0 Surround tracks. According to TVShowsOnDVD.com, extras will include alternate endings, unaired scenes and more. We've attached the official artwork below:
http://www.dvdactive.com/news/releas...lab-20213.html
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Old 05-03-06, 11:24 PM
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Old 05-04-06, 01:15 AM
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This should finish this series up, right?
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They tossed 16 episodes in this set, with "Legacy of Laughter" as the last episode, so yeah. They should have named these sets
Volumes" instead of "Seasons" from the get go. Makes more sense.

Cool packaging, makes me wonder if it would actually be textured. I remember when I got my Harvey Birdman set used, the case had me thinking someone actually sat a coffee mug down on it.

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I am glad to hear that this and Brak are finally getting their next releases.

Now, don't we have more Space Ghost to go? They keep holding up on my favorites and I am just not a patient person.
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While there were five seasons, this will be the last volume released. The volumes don't necessarily correspond to the seasons. Just take a glance at the episode listings for the first 3 releases... they split seasons left and right.
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Awesome art but I doubt I'll be picking this one up. No Murphy = Mediocre Sealab.
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Originally Posted by RyoHazuki
Awesome art but I doubt I'll be picking this one up. No Murphy = Mediocre Sealab.

i would have to agree, however. Stormy makes for some great shows.
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while not as good without Murph, I still find myself laughing at every episode, it's an odd show and I won't mind spending the last $20 to have the whole series.
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Originally Posted by fliggil
while not as good without Murph, I still find myself laughing at every episode, it's an odd show and I won't mind spending the last $20 to have the whole series.
Agree completely.
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Old 08-07-06, 10:51 PM
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I like the cover art and am really glad to finally have season 4 to kick back with. However, the sudden switch to a keep case for the series sure makes it look poor on the shelf. I see Brak Season 2 is the same way. I know the DVD is the thing that matters, but I wish they would pick a format and stick with it.
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Originally Posted by fliggil
while not as good without Murph, I still find myself laughing at every episode, it's an odd show and I won't mind spending the last $20 to have the whole series.

that and i have the rest, it will bug me if i dont complet the set.
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Originally Posted by onebyone
I like the cover art and am really glad to finally have season 4 to kick back with. However, the sudden switch to a keep case for the series sure makes it look poor on the shelf. I see Brak Season 2 is the same way. I know the DVD is the thing that matters, but I wish they would pick a format and stick with it.
I usually don't get hung up on a package, but they should really stick with a package type for the entire series. Sucks they are switching them now even though I prefer a keepcase.

I have Sealab and Brak ordered and will hopefully have them this week.
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