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Mister Ed - The Complete First Season

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Old 10-04-2009, 11:18 PM   #1
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Hey, Wilbur... the first season of our show is now on DVD! The famous Mister Ed, the talking horse, makes his way back onto DVD for the first time since the previous releases from MGM Home Entertainment have gone out of print. Now, Shout! Factory presents The Complete First Season, a four-disc set containing the first 26 episodes of “the famous Mister Ed.” The series had a simple premise: Wilbur and Carol move to a home that has a barn in the backyard. But there is a lot more in that barn than anybody could ever anticipate. There’s a horse in there. A talking horse. It’s the “famous Mister Ed!”

Premiering in January 1961, Mister Ed was one of the few successful sitcoms of the “golden era” of television to air without being on a network. It was one of the first successful syndicated series. In fact, it was so successful that a few months later, CBS decided to pick it up for the remaining five seasons. The first season, of course, is where it all started.

Read our review by Skees53 here:
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Old 10-06-2009, 06:20 PM   #4
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This one was a hard one to find, None of my 4 best buys had it, I finally found the one copy they ordered at my local FYE in the top #5 selling slot.....lol....I asked how many did this store order and the clerk said "just that one"...so selling one copy makes it top 5!!! ...how do they expect these things to sell when stores don't stock enough?
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I find it very difficult finding Shout Factory releases in the stores. Most stores don't seem to stock them and the few that do only seem to have them several weeks after the release date. I realize that Shout Factory is a smaller company then Paramount, Fox, Sony, Universal etc. and as such distribution of product poses more of a challenge for them but boy is it fustrating.
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Same here. Nobody around here (Louisville, KY) has The Patty Duke Show - Season One but I got lucky with Mister Ed. Target had one copy left ($30) so I grabbed it along with the first two seasons of Get Smart (in a twin pack costing only $20 for both seasons). Target has some great dvd prices on TV Shows (I got the first four seasons of SNL for $20 each, and the first three seasons of Northern Exposure for the same price there a few months ago).
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I had to do it, and i did. Yesterday I purchased season one of this show. Watching this will be like when I first saw this on Nick at Nite back in 1986.
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I got Season 1 for Christmas. I love the show so much, but the set is a major disappointment! While the video is good, in fact very good. The audio is very low. Normally, I have to turn my TV up to about 25 for DVD's. (About 15-20 for other programs.) For Mr. Ed, I have to set the volume between about 40-45 to hear it well.

Now I just found out that some episodes are not at 25-26 minutes, but are coming on at 22 minutes! If this was put out by Shout Factory, who normally do great jobs with their DVD's, that's unacceptable. And there are many episodes like this! Why did we not get full episodes in all instances? Is Season 2 any better in quality?

Does The Best of Mr. Ed Volume 1 and 2 have uncut episodes, and good audio/video quality?

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