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That Show...That Woman...The Creation of That Girl: The woman on both sides of the camera with Marlo Thomas
Marlo Thomas makeup test
Audio commentaries by Marlo Thomas and series co-creator Bill Persky
Season Three of That Girl has arrived on DVD in beautiful transfers and, like the previous volumes, with a brace of bonus features. The full-screen (1.33-to-1) transfers of the 26 episodes are mostly spot-on, bringing out elements of color that were only hinted at in the broadcasts (and on the sets available) in 1968. Some of the shows have transferred a little dark here, however, and it's a shame that more couldn't have been done to compensate for the fault; but even those episodes that are a bit weak visually still look better than they have in the syndicated versions, and they're complete and intact. The chaptering matches the commercial breaks from the original broadcast edits. The bonus features include a very wide-ranging (and sometimes touching) featurette on Disc One, "That Show . . .That Woman . . . The Creation of That Girl: The Woman On Both Sides of The Camera." in which series star Marlo Thomas recalls the evolution of the show and the day-to-say, nuts and bolts operation of the series behind the scenes. The commentaries by Marlo Thomas and co-producer Bill Persky on a handful of shows are entertaining in their own right, as they recall behind-the-scenes details and the thinking that lay behind certain creative decisions. Each disc opens automatically to an easy-to-use menu, once one gets to the menu -- on the first disc, however, one must first skip past an annoying string of promos for other Shout Factory TV-related DVDs. ~ Bruce Eder, Rovi