Download PDF by David Hofstede: 5000 Episodes and No Commercials. The Ultimate Guide to TV

By David Hofstede

Groundbreaking! Does for television exhibits what Leonard Maltin's courses do for video clips! disregard videos! revenues of television DVDs are outpacing all different different types, in accordance with Video shop journal. The Simpsons, 24, misplaced, determined Housewives, Alias, even previous chestnuts like Columbo and Home Improvement are blowing out of the shops as lovers and creditors rush to shop for their favourite exhibits, compact and entire. How do purchasers recognize which exhibits are the easiest, which season comprises that favourite second, which episode positive aspects that visitor superstar? They don't--not with out their trusty reproduction of 5,000 Episodes No Commercials which provides complete info on each sitcom and drama published on DVD, even if in season-by-season units, person episodes, best-of compilations, specials, or made-for-TV videos. virtually 500 pages of listings contain 12 months of unique airing, info on audio and video caliber, extras, Easter eggs, and extra. each sofa potato is bound to heave up off the...

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The story quality was not as consistently head spinning as The Twilight Zone, but when the material was there, as in the show’s many adaptations of classic short stories, Hitchcock presented some very memorable tales indeed. And his droll introductions alone are nearly worth the purchase price. GREAT MOMENTS: Joseph Cotten plays a businessman who hates to show emotion, which causes him to be presumed dead after he is paralyzed in a car accident, in “Breakdown”; the twist at the end of “Back for Christmas”; “The Creeper” lives up to its title.

Count how many DVD sets are listed in this book, and then add up how many received a zero-star rating. Yes, it’s just this one. Hopefully, that won’t provide this moronic series with enough notoriety to prompt any curiosity in those with a taste for the bizarre. As horrible as Milonakis is, however, I must begrudgingly give the idiot credit for one idea—the inclusion of a scathing commentary track by New York Daily News reporter Richard Huff, who hates the show as much as I do. GREAT MOMENTS: Ha!

0 The punch lines won’t knock you on your backside, but the smiles roused by Judi Dench and Geoffrey Palmer in As Time Goes By last a very long time. Dench, best-known in the US for her Oscar-winning film work, elevates the very form of the situation comedy with her consummate portrayal of Jean Pargetter, a career woman in—let’s say late middle-age—who is unexpectedly reunited with a soldier she briefly knew and loved thirty years earlier. Lionel Hardcastle (Palmer) has become something of a curmudgeon over the years, but a second chance with Jean reawakens the romantic within.

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