Buck Rogers In The 25th Century: The Complete Epic Series (DVD)

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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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Dimensions 7.5x5.3x0.6
UPC 025192518225
Studio Universal Home Video
Format DVD
Extra Info 5-Disc Set
Genre Television
Rating Not Rated
Dimensions 5.75" x 1.25" x 7.5" WxHxD
Weight 0.9 lbs
Stars Felix Silla, Gil Gerard, Erin Gray, Joseph Wiseman, Pamela Hensley, Tim O'Connor, Duke Butler, Henry Silva
Voices Mel Blanc

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  • Memories

    I grew up on this show and was happy to find the series available at a great price here.

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  • Positive

    Item came in as shown in excellent condition and shipped in a timely manner.

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  • Ah What a Deal!!!

    I loved this old Buck Rogers, I watched it as a kid. For the price it's a steal. LOL

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  • Buck Rogers in the 25th Century: The Complete Epic

    wow i can't beleve i bought the whole thing. grate good better best ( you cant beat it with a stick ) get it for your home .

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  • Buck Rogers in the 25th Century DVD set

    Excellent deal having the entire series in one set! A buyer must realize that this show represents a particular (primitive) era in sci fi productions. For Boomers, this is a walk/space flight down memory lane to a time just after the original Star Trek TV series and the first Star Wars movie. Early special effects and quirky, quaint attempts at costuming will distract you from the plot, as will the outdated, non-PC dialogue elements, and the sad attempts to make Buck a space-going James Bond with the ladies. We found it an enjoyable romp perhaps because of these very factors! Our favorite character is Colonel Deering (Erin Gray), who outclasses Buck in almost every scene. Her attraction to Buck is disappointing, but reflects the assumption of times past that a man need only be handsome and 'swashbuckling' to win the ladies. This series illustrates very quickly how much society has changed in the last couple of decades.

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