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Red Dwarf: The Bodysnatcher Collection (Seasons 1-3 Re-Mastered)(4 Disc Set) only £13.99 (using voucher) @ CD Wow + Free Delivery

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Smoke me a kipper...... RRP £59.99, now that's what I call a great saving. The first three series in this hilarious comedy show now remastered! Series 1: 'The End' sees a radiation leak wipe … Read More
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[mod] 8y, 6m agoFound 8 years, 6 months ago
Smoke me a kipper......

RRP £59.99, now that's what I call a great saving.

The first three series in this hilarious comedy show now remastered!

Series 1: 'The End' sees a radiation leak wipe out the crew of Red Dwarf leaving only one survivor - Dave Lister. In 'Future Echoes' Red Dwarf breaks the speed of light leaving the crew experiencing visions of their own futures. 'Balance Of Power' sees Lister about to take his chef's exam and if he passes he will be able to have Rimmer replaced as the ship's hologram... In 'Confidence And Paranoia' Lister gets a mutated virus which makes his hallucinations come to life leaving the ship beset by herring rain amongst other things... 'Waiting For God' sees the ship's computer, Holly, find a pod floating about in deep space and Lister pleased to learn that he is a god. In 'ME2' Rimmer creates a duplicate of himself, all seems perfect until they both find themselves in a conflict that only one can win...

Series 2: Features the episodes 'Kryten' in which the crew of Red Dwarf finds an android called Kryten looking after three fellow crew members who have been dead for years... 'Better Than Life' in which Rimmer receives a note from his mother informing him that his father is dead, 'Thanks For The Memory' in which the crew wake up with no memory of what has happened over the past four days, In 'Statis Leak' the crew find a stasis leak which takes them back to the time of the original Red Dwarf... 'Queeg' sees Holly, the ship's computer, replaced by Queeg 500. In 'Parallel Universe' the crew are thrown into a parallel universe, there they meet their female counterparts...

Series 3: The complete third series of the television comedy science fiction programme. Features the episodes 'Backwards', 'Marooned', 'Polymorph', 'Bodyswap', 'Timeslides' and 'The Last Day'.


Release AudioDolby Digital Stereo (English)
Additional InfoRelease Languages: English
Length: 540 mins
Certificate: 15
Encoding: PAL
No. of Discs: 4
Aspect Ratio: 1.33
Format: DVD - Custom
Interactive Menus: Yes
Scene Selection: Yes
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[mod]#1
Just noticed that a similar deal was posted a week and a half ago, but that deal has expired now, so please don't spam/expire this. Thanks.
#2
voted hot you always post great deals. thanks
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curtivic
voted hot you always post great deals. thanks

Thanks curtivic
#4
"New model sequences, new footage, new effects. Digitally remastered sound, digitally enhanced pictures and brand new wooshy [sic] noises!!".

It's worth pointing out that these DVDs are the "remastered" (read "mucked about with") versions put out on VHS in the late nineties when revisionism was all the rage with Star Wars. These DVDs were released to appeal to the fans who already have the standard versions.
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CountFilth
"New model sequences, new footage, new effects. Digitally remastered sound, digitally enhanced pictures and brand new wooshy [sic] noises!!".

It's worth pointing out that these DVDs are the "remastered" (read "mucked about with") versions put out on VHS in the late nineties when revisionism was all the rage with Star Wars. These DVDs were released to appeal to the fans who already have the standard versions.

Thanks for pointing that out CountFilth
#6
Good deal this one, managed to get it when it was £12.99 but this was still well worth it even at this price.
#7
Heat and repped :)
#8
CountFilth
"New model sequences, new footage, new effects. Digitally remastered sound, digitally enhanced pictures and brand new wooshy [sic] noises!!".

It's worth pointing out that these DVDs are the "remastered" (read "mucked about with") versions put out on VHS in the late nineties when revisionism was all the rage with Star Wars. These DVDs were released to appeal to the fans who already have the standard versions.

The real reason these were produced was for the US market. Series 4-6 were doing well over there but it was decided that Americans wouldn't take to the low-budget feel of the first 3. A lot of Holly's dialogue was reshot replacing British references with American ones eg "Felicity Kendall's bottom" changed to "Marilyn Monroe's bottom".
#9
Gutted its gone.
#10
Rubisco
The real reason these were produced was for the US market. Series 4-6 were doing well over there but it was decided that Americans wouldn't take to the low-budget feel of the first 3. A lot of Holly's dialogue was reshot replacing British references with American ones eg "Felicity Kendall's bottom" changed to "Marilyn Monroe's bottom".


Good Lord. Re-shooting Red Dwarf for thick Americans should be illegal, imo. Am I allowed that opinion? I'm never sure.
#11
Houldey
Good Lord. Re-shooting Red Dwarf for thick Americans should be illegal, imo. Am I allowed that opinion? I'm never sure.


I'm fairly sure I miss some of the specific cultural references in "Family "Guy" - does that make me a thick Brit? :)

I never liked these versions for two reasons - the CGI model work (especially the "new look" Red Dwarf), plus some of the more puerile classic gags were stripped out (eg. the Cat's mermaid)

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