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Description for Transformers - The Complete Generation One Collection (DVD)
Seasons 1 to 4 of the popular 1980s animation series TRANSFORMERS and TRANSFORMERS THE MOVIE: RECONSTRUCTED.

Seasons 1 and 2 focus on the battle between the Autobots and the Decepticons, which are both robots that have the ability to transform into other objects.

Set in the year 2005, TRANSFORMERS THE MOVIE sees the Autobots and the Decepticons still locked in battle, but a deadly new force enters the fray--a giant killer planet known as Unicron (voiced by film legend Orson Welles). The heroic Autobots must fight for their own survival and to save their home planet from destruction. A classic of 1980s animation, based on the popular TV series, TRANSFORMERS: THE MOVIE features a star-studded array of vocal talent, including Welles, Leonard Nimoy, Judd Nelson, Eric Idle, and Casey Kasem.

Following on from where TRANSFORMERS THE MOVIE left off, seasons 3 and 4 of TRANSFORMERS sees Optimus Primal leading the Maximals in their seemingly never ending quest to defeat the evil Predacons and their leader, Megatron.

The box set also includes a double sided poster of TRANSFORMERS THE MOVIE.

Episodes:

1. More Than Meets the Eye (1)
2. More Than Meets the Eye (2)
3. More Than Meets the Eye (3)
4. Transport to Oblivion
5. Roll for It
6. Divide and Conquer
7. Fire in the Sky
8. S.O.S. Dinobots
9. Fire on the Mountain
10. The Ultimate Doom: Search
11. War of the Dinobots
12. The Ultimate Doom: Brainwash
13. Countdown to Extinction
14. The Ultimate Doom: Revival
15. A Plague of Insecticons
16. Heavy Metal War
17. Autobot Spike
18. The Immobilizer
19. Dinobot Island (1)
20. Dinobot Island (2)
21. Traitor
22. Enter the Nightbird
23. Changing Gears
24. A Prime Problem
25. Atlantis, Arise!
26. Attack of the Autobots
27. Microbots
28. The Master Builders
29. The Insecticon Syndrome
30. Day of the Machines
31. Megatron's Master Plan (1)
32. Megatron's Master Plan (2)
33. Auto Berserk
34. City of Steel
35. Desertion of the Dinobots (1)
36. Desertion of the Dinobots (2)
37. Blaster Blues
38. A Decepticon Raider in King Arthur's Court
39. The God Gambit
40. The Core
41. Make Tracks
42. The Autobot Run
43. Golden Lagoon
44. Quest for Survival
45. The Secret of Omega Supreme
46. Child's Play
47. The Gambler
48. The Search for Alpha Trion
49. Auto-Bop
50. Prime Target
51. The Girl Who Loved Powerglide
52. Triple Take-Over
53. Sea Change
54. Hoist Goes Hollywood
55. The Key to Vector Sigma (1)
56. The Key to Vector Sigma (2)
57. Aerial Assault
58. Masquerade
59. Trans-Europe Express
60. War Dawn
61. Cosmic Rust
62. Kremzeek!
63. Starscream's Brigade
64. Revenge of Bruticus
65. B.O.T.
66. The Five Faces of Darkness (1)
67. The Five Faces of Darkness (2)
68. The Five Faces of Darkness (3)
69. The Five Faces of Darkness (4)
70. The Five Faces of Darkness (5)
71. The Killing Jar
72. Chaos
73. Dark Awakening
74. Starscream's Ghost
75. Thief in the Night
76. Forever Is a Long Time Coming
77. Surprise Party
78. Madman's ParadiseCarnage in C-Minor
79. Fight or Flee
80. Webworld
81. Ghost in the Machine
82. The Dweller in the Depths
83. Nightmare Planet
84. The Ultimate Weapon
85. The Quintesson Journal
86. The Big Broadcast of 2006
87. Only Human
88. Grimlock's New Brain
89. Money Is Everything
90. Call of the Primitives
91. The Burden Hardest to BearThe Face of Nijika
92. The Return of Optimus Prime (1)
93. The Return of Optimus Prime (2)
94. The Rebirth (1)
95. The Rebirth (2)
96. The Rebirth (3)

Special Features:

FREE double-sided movie poster!
Episode scripts
Blooper reel
Featurettes
Galleries
DVD-Rom content
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#1
#2
AWESOME, nuff said.
#3
They have gone back down in price again - good price for the complete series - love it
£1.80 quidco as well - happy days.
#4
Great find, fantastic post, thanks!
#5
Happy days.... like being a kid again....... nice one. 1st generation was always the best:thumbsup:
#6
Me Grimlock say Hot Deal! :p
#7
quality!
#8
WOW!!!!! Great buy this. Pity I already have it.
#9
Is this really worth getting? I used to love them when I was a teen but having watched the original movie on dvd thought it had dated pretty badly, are these any better or just the same?
#10
been wanting to buy this for aaaaaaaaaages but still cant justify the pricetag :-(
#11
afc1903;2447967
Is this really worth getting? I used to love them when I was a teen but having watched the original movie on dvd thought it had dated pretty badly, are these any better or just the same?


I would avoid if I were you, the animation pales in comparison to the animated movie.
#12
Bought the first box set a while back, thought it was rubbish myself (having loved it as a kid).

Cheap though so hot!
#13
no way dude....!!
The original movie was, and still is great... shed a tear for optimus anyone?
The rehash that they made a couple of years ago - now that was pants!:whistling:
#14
I would avoid this company, you order, pay, money comes off your card. Then 2-3 days later an email saying we are sorry but there has been an error in our stock system. This has happened all too many times they like holding onto your money for a few days though.

Not a good company - if they dont have the stock they shouldn't advertise they do.

COLD
#15
agree with above post
#16
jonohanson
I would avoid this company, you order, pay, money comes off your card. Then 2-3 days later an email saying we are sorry but there has been an error in our stock system. This has happened all too many times they like holding onto your money for a few days though.

Not a good company - if they dont have the stock they shouldn't advertise they do.

COLD


Disagree. Got this (slightly cheaper) from uWish a few months ago within 48 hrs of ordering.
#17
Brilliant Price, the individual season box sets were going for over £20 each a few years ago.
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jonohanson
I would avoid this company, you order, pay, money comes off your card. Then 2-3 days later an email saying we are sorry but there has been an error in our stock system. This has happened all too many times they like holding onto your money for a few days though.

Not a good company - if they dont have the stock they shouldn't advertise they do.


One thing to bear in mind is that a lot of Uwish's stock is finite due to a lot of it being back catalogue/end of line type items.
They frequently show stock as "Low stock" to warn people of this & a drop down will show their supposed levels into single figures. Now given the traffic this site & others like it can push in their direction it's hardly surpising if some items go out of stock & have to be refunded when people start ordering not just 1 or 2 but 10's to throw onto ebay.

Yeah, I've had items that came back as out of stock when they've had promo's on & I had to wait the best part of a week for my 10 PC games for a tenner order BUT....
In the main I've had just about every single order (40+ since I started using them) delivered within 24-72 hrs MAX.
Any refunds I've required have been sorted within the same timeframe.
They are the ONLY retailer that agreed to put TWO prizes (£30 & £35 vouchers) up for my Charity prize draw over in the Misc forum.

I'm not doubting what you've said & you're obviously entitled to your opinion but if you or anyone else takes a look through the countless Uwish threads I think you'll find you're in a very small minority compared to a load of very satisfied customers.......
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CHARLIETHIRTYTWO
One thing to bear in mind is that a lot of Uwish's stock is finite due to a lot of it being back catalogue/end of line type items.
They frequently show stock as "Low stock" to warn people of this & a drop down will show their supposed levels into single figures. Now given the traffic this site & others like it can push in their direction it's hardly surpising if some items go out of stock & have to be refunded when people start ordering not just 1 or 2 but 10's to throw onto ebay.

Yeah, I've had items that came back as out of stock when they've had promo's on & I had to wait the best part of a week for my 10 PC games for a tenner order BUT....
In the main I've had just about every single order (40+ since I started using them) delivered within 24-72 hrs MAX.
Any refunds I've required have been sorted within the same timeframe.
They are the ONLY retailer that agreed to put TWO prizes (£30 & £35 vouchers) up for my Charity prize draw over in the Misc forum.

I'm not doubting what you've said & you're obviously entitled to your opinion but if you or anyone else takes a look through the countless Uwish threads I think you'll find you're in a very small minority compared to a load of very satisfied customers.......


I felt like clapping after that - great post:thumbsup:
#20
Ordered - voted hot!
[mod]#21
Good price Amibees :)

Still available, thanks for the reminder goonertillidie :)

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