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They came for water and for food. As it turned out, we were the food. But humanity bravely resisted-a struggleseen in the hit mini-series V and V: The Final Battle. Yet the war continues.The heroic conflict comes to a surprising outcome in V: The Series, presented complete and uncut in this5-disc, 19-episode set. Once again, earth is the main battleground. But now the aliens whose human guise hides their true reptilian natures are wiser. They believe the secret to their survival on earth lies in the DNA of the newlyborn half-human, half-spaceling starchild. They intend to capture her. But that's something the world's resistance fighters cannot allow.


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#1
http://i116.photobucket.com/albums/o19/sephernoss/01.jpg
#2
Quite a few other retailers are selling it for the same price online.....even a few pence cheaper at Sendit(£17.89)
#3
Wow - did we really look that hideous on the 80's.
#4
little ern
Quite a few other retailers are selling it for the same price online.....even a few pence cheaper at Sendit(£17.89)


sorry hands up price checked it with this one.
http://www.find-dvd.co.uk/DY21965.htm
#5
The tv series never got completed!....it was pulled therefore there is no conclusion.
#6
starlight
sorry hands up price checked it with this one.
http://www.find-dvd.co.uk/DY21965.htm


That link you have there is not to the tv series, but to the mini flim series that was a prelude to the sketchy tv series. This post here is for the tv series, not the better V and V: The final Battle 5 part mini tv series/film.

This 19 part series was axed, had no conclusion, a lot of major characters were pulled, budget was poor, to try and help ratings they tried to make it more action packed, alens strangely somehow lost the "robotic" sound to the voice after a few episodes, all in all it was a complete mess, cheesey but at the same time laughably compelling to watch.
#7
It's £13.99 at Zavvi and an extra 10% off if you have a Virgin credit card.
#8
It looks like its going to get re-released

http://www.play.com/DVD/DVD/4-/6029737/V-The-Complete-Collection-Boxset/Product.html

The transfer quality is meant to be bad on this one. So it may be worth waiting to see if the quality on this one is any better.
#9
adgloride
It looks like its going to get re-released

http://www.play.com/DVD/DVD/4-/6029737/V-The-Complete-Collection-Boxset/Product.html

The transfer quality is meant to be bad on this one. So it may be worth waiting to see if the quality on this one is any better.



I somehow doubt it, considering that the V TV series only had an august release in the UK, this boxset will I am sure just comprise of the existing transfers of V, The Final Battle & V: TV series in a bundle.
#10
cicobuff;3179199
The tv series never got completed!....it was pulled therefore there is no conclusion.


Really, tell us more about this little nugget of info.

Just found this link http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0366112/
#11
sicknote
Really, tell us more about this little nugget of info.

Just found this link http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0366112/


The cancellation of the TV series in the spring of 1985 appeared to have caught its producers by surprise, as the season ends with a cliffhanger. The TV series' single season was released on DVD in 2004.
In a variation on "Soap Opera Rapid Aging Syndrome," the character of Mike Donovan's son Sean inexplicably aged 4-5 years between the miniseries and the weekly series, despite the fact that the weekly series takes place only one year after the miniseries ended. It is presumed that this was not a planned plot change, but rather just an age difference between the original miniseries actor, Eric Johnston, and Nicky Katt, the series actor.
Due to budget constraints, the weekly series reused a lot of action footage from the miniseries. This was especially evident in the Visitor fighter craft chase scene in the pilot episode, where nearly all external shots were lifted from the climax scene of the original miniseries.
In the original miniseries and The Final Battle, the Visitors' voices were given, among other post-processing, a pitch shift effect - to give them an otherworldly demeanor even though they looked (outwardly, at least) like normal human beings. This was dropped from the weekly series, evidently due to budgetary constraints. No explanation was ever given for the change; it was simply treated as if the Visitors never had unusual-sounding voices at all. However this did create a plot conflict, as in the miniseries, part of the plot involved simulating alien voices.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/V_TV_Series
#12
sicknote


Yes thats been long rumoured, and will not be a conclusion to the tv series, instead being a sequel to the preluding mini series, so it will be taken as if this tv series never happened (and really it shouldnt!..its interesting for V fans, and lovers of B-movie style action, but seriously its naff!)
#13
i am in awe of your knowledge.
#14
kippy
i am in awe of your knowledge.


LOL..I went on a trip down memory lane with V about a year ago, so researched on it all....god has it dated, nostalgic but sh*te.
#15
kippy;3179358
i am in awe of your knowledge.


....me too....
#16
cicobuff
That link you have there is not to the tv series, but to the mini flim series that was a prelude to the sketchy tv series. This post here is for the tv series, not the better V and V: The final Battle 5 part mini tv series/film.

This 19 part series was axed, had no conclusion, a lot of major characters were pulled, budget was poor, to try and help ratings they tried to make it more action packed, alens strangely somehow lost the "robotic" sound to the voice after a few episodes, all in all it was a complete mess, cheesey but at the same time laughably compelling to watch.


Sorry if you read back I was saying

sorry hands up price checked it with this one.
http://www.find-dvd.co.uk/DY21965.htm

Meaning I had not priced checked it with the one in the op.
this one
http://www.whsmith.co.uk/CatalogAndSearch/ProductDetails-V++The+Complete+Series-856977.html
#17
cicobuff;3179261
I somehow doubt it, considering that the V TV series only had an august release in the UK, this boxset will I am sure just comprise of the existing transfers of V, The Final Battle & V: TV series in a bundle.

yeah i think you are right
the tv series was only previosly available on region 1 dvd
well it was last year when i went to buy it
#18
The Original mini series was ground breaking in it's day.
#19
howardevansgb
The Original mini series was ground breaking in it's day.


I have great memorys as a kid, on holiday staying up late to watch the mini series. Great show, the tv series was never a patch on it.

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