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The triple DVD set of Season Three, Vol. 2 of Voyage To The Bottom Of The Sea is the best-looking volume yet in the series, with an array of extraordinarily rich transfers. This is perhaps most beautifully illustrated in the episode "The Mermaid", which doesn't have a single scene in it that isn't filled with deep, rich colors exceptionally fine detail, right down to the skin textures. This looks like a high-definition transfer, and it's a delight to the ear as well as the eye, with sharp audio mastered at a healthy volume. Each episode comes with a dozen chapters, combining the original commercial break-points with some well-chosen story markers, and all are accessible through a simple two-layered menu. As with the other releases in the series, both sides of each disc are utilized for programming. The bonus features include a series of on-camera interview excerpts with David Hedison in one of which he relates a funny and revealing story about his sole major disagreement with producer Irwin Allen (probably relating to "The Mermaid"), to judge from his description and objections to the script; and he reveals some of the problems that the series' other star, Richard Basehart, had while working on the show, especially in the early years of the run when he had to adjust to the grueling schedule of series television. The story that Hedison relates about Basehart is reflected between the lines of the audio-only interview (from 1966) with Basehart, which comprises the other major bonus feature. The two bonus features thus complement each other perfectly, and make this set even more rewarding for longtime fans as well as casual viewers of the program. ~ Bruce Eder, Rovi
Posted by: MrTeesBlog from Jackson, MI on 08/24/2007If you like 60's Tv this is a must. I have all of them so far. even young kids gte a kick out of it. I grew up with it, but it's sort of a Retro Sci-Fi thing to kids now, like the half serious Austin Powers of the deep.....
Negative: the increasing prices of each forthcoming DVD. Why the price increase?
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