AMAZON US - Buck Rogers in the 25th Century - The Complete Epic 5 DVD Series £13.88 delivered - HotUKDeals
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This set includes all 32 episodes plus original pilot movie.

Item is $19.99 and when converted is £13.88 delivered, avoiding customs charge.
It is much cheaper than buying the UK versions of Seasons 1 & 2.

Best for Season 1 is Base @£11.95
Best for Season 2 is DVDi @£14.54

Total for both is £26.49

Review :

In 1979, producer Glen A. Larson (Battlestar Galactica, The A-Team) revived the character of Buck Rogers (originally created in 1928) for a television pilot for NBC. The result got a theatrical release, only to appear a year later on television as a prelude to a series starring Gil Gerard as the astronaut who goes on a space mission, only to awaken 500 years later on a severely different Earth and be chosen to aid a special defense organization due to his superior piloting skills. In the second season, Buck becomes a crew member on the Seacher, a spacecraft on the mission of finding lost tribes of Earth on other planets. Buck's robot assistant is voiced by cartoon legend Mel Blanc. This 5-DVD set includes all 32 episodes and the original pilot movie.
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As you pointed out something similar to me yesterday...why couldn't this go in your original thread?

:p ;-)
Good deal, don't know why this is being voted cold.
Mmmmmm - Erin Gray! ;-)
Mmmmmm - Erin Gray! ;-)

What young mens dreams were made of in the early 80's:oops:
Mmmmmm Twiki..................oops sorry!
Great price, but read the 1+2 star reviews. It would seem theres alot of faulty discs going round in this boxset. :)


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