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Actors: Bob Denver, Alan Hale Jr., Jim Backus, Natalie Schafer, Tina Louise Director: Anton Leader Rating: Features: Box set, Closed-captioned, Color, DVD, Subtitled, NTSC Running Time: 811 minutes Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1 Release Date: January 11, 2005 Theatrical Release Date: September 26, 1964 Studio: Turner Home Ent
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All 32 episodes are in color as the castaways continue to struggle to survive disasters--both natural and man-made--but never stop trying to find a way to escape in this wonderfully wacky comedy series. Special guest stars include Zsa Zsa Gabor as Erika Tiffany, Janos Prohaska as The Lion, and Vito Scotti as Dr. Balinkoff. Actors: Alan Hale , Jim Backus, Tina Louise, Bob Denver
Forget about a three-hour tour--Gilligan's Island fans can sit right back and enjoy all 32 episodes of the much-loved television comedy and even a few extras with this three-disc set. GI aficionados will probably argue which episode deserves to be called the best in the series' three-year history until the end of time, but few will disagree that its sophomore season 1965-66 contains some of its funniest and best-remembered episodes. For starters, season 2 marks the show's debut in color, as well as the first time the Professor Russell Johnson and Mary Ann Dawn Wells were mentioned in the opening theme song all of this occurs in the season opener, "Gilligan's Mother-in-Law". But it also includes such classic episodes as "Hi Fi Gilligan" Gilligan picks up radio signals in his mouth, "Don't Bug the Mosquitos" faux Brit rockers land on the island, "Mine Hero" a WWII mine washes up on the beach, "Meet The Meteor" space debris makes the castaways age prematurely, and "The Friendly Physician" a mad scientist's experiments cause the castaways to swap bodies, all of which have lost none of their laughs or pure entertainment value. The supplemental features, though slight, include an introduction by Johnson and series creator Sherwood Schwartz, as well as commentary by Schwartz on his favorite episode, "The Little Dictator." --Paul Gaita