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1.) Description (Editorial Review)
Green Acres is the place to be!
Revisit your favorite friends from Hooterville with Green Acres, the classic sitcom finally available to you in a complete series collection!
Oliver Douglas (Academy Award nominee Eddie Albert) is a well-read lawyer who has had enough of the hustle and bustle of New York, so he pulls up stakes to settle down in a more pastoral setting ... much to the dismay of his glamorous wife Lisa (Eva Gabor, The Rescuers), who’s more accustomed to life in The Big Apple than on a small farm. Having said "goodbye, city life", the Douglases must contend with their new surroundings: a bucolic world of slapstick, silliness, Arnold Ziffel ... and don’t get us started on one of television’s most recognizable theme songs!
:Top Customer Review :
1.)Kudos to Shout! Factory for securing the rights to this '60s classic! I had been hoping that the final 3 seasons of "Green Acres" would be released at some point in the future, and recently began checking Amazon again to see if anything changed regarding its stalled status. Imagine my surprise, when I saw that the series is to be released in its entirety this October! Unfortunately, when MGM released the first two seasons, they used double-sided discs, which was more of a common practice a decade ago. Needless to say, this type of presentation is more susceptible to fingerprints and easy scratching. The same type of presentation was given to the first four seasons of "The Bob Newhart Show" released by Fox. However, when Shout! released that series, they switched to single-sided discs! I'm assuming they'll do the same for "Green Acres"! So, climb the telephone pole and let others know that this TV gem is almost available, and pre-order your copy today. Then, make a steaming pile of hotcakes, buy a couch from Mr. Haney, sit back, and enjoy "Green Acres: The Complete Series."
2.)So much better without the commercials and uncut. Many of these episodes I have never seen before in syndication which surprised me. I got a kick out of the gags in like with the title credits showing up on towels and eggs. More funny now than when it first aired. Now I wish they would release the rest of Petticoat Junction.
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