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Old 01-26-2010, 01:35 AM   #1
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Default Mr. Belvedere - Season Four DVD Review

The streaks on the china never mattered before, but now they do with Lynn Belvedere (Christopher Hewitt) in the house. Season Four brings 20 more episodes of the sitcom about the prim and proper English butler who comes to live and work for the Owens family, a dysfunctional American family in Pittsburgh.

In the fourth season, we see some changes ahead for the Owens family, with George (Bob Uecker) moving from print journalism to broadcast journalism, Marsha (Ilene Graff) finally passing her bar exam (and getting her first job as a lawyer), and Kevin (Rob Stone) finally starting out his first year in college. Things are more or less the same for Wesley (Bryce Beckham) and Heather (Tracy Wells). But still, they are going to need all the help that they can get from their butler, Mr. Belvedere, and he provides much more of that help in these episodes.

Season Four of Mr. Belvedere is among the first in a series of releases by Shout! Factory’s venture into direct-to-consumer sales, where instead of focusing on trying to get their products on the shelves in stores, they are selling DVDs exclusively on their website (ShoutFactoryStore.com). This allows them to release products that may not garner much attention on store shelves, but do garner enough attention to satisfy consumer demand for release and help Shout! Factory make a reasonable profit from the releases. These are actual pressed DVDs, not DVD-R products manufactured on demand as are sold from other manufacturers, and are very similar to the products that would be on store shelves.

Read our review by Skees53 here:
http://www.sitcomsonline.com/mrbelve...dvdreview.html

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Although there are two episodes on the first discs that run 22:42 and 22:54,it doesn't look edited,IMO. I'm not a fan of the Amaray snap case though,where the discs are hard to remove.
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I doubt they are edited. They probably just ran shorter, especially since they were one of the first few episodes in the season.
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