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Verkäufer: Top-Rated Seller tkirke (64,203) 99.2%, Artikelstandort: London, Versand nach: Worldwide, Artikelnummer: 142616485052 The Golden Girls CompleteSeasons 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 724 DVD Set BRAND NEW & SEALED Genuine Region 2 DVDs Season 1 An Emmy Award winner for Outstanding Comedy Series in its very first year, THE GOLDEN GIRLS has become a landmark in television history and an all-time fan favorite. Beatrice Arthur, Rue McClanahan, Betty White, and Estelle Getty star as four South Florida seniors sharing a house, their dreams, and a whole lot of cheesecake. Bright, promiscuous, clueless, and hilarious, these lovely mismatched ladies form the perfect circle of friends. Experience all 25 laugh-packed episodes of Season One in this spectacular 3-disc set, including the series pilot and an exclusive bonus feature that offers a whole new look at the show. It's all the provocative fun and entertainment you remember ... and so much more. Launched during the neon-lit 1980s, The Golden Girls shed light on a side of Miami ignored by Miami Vice. In other words, no drugs, no murder--just four women of "a certain age," spending their golden years in the sun. Like the theme, "Thank You for Being a Friend," the long-running sitcom was about friendship (not crime). As for the "girls," they were tart-tongued Dorothy (Beatrice Arthur), former farm girl Rose (Betty White), Southern belle Blanche (Rue McClanahan), and Dorothy's salty Sicilian mother Sophia (Estelle Getty). All were widows, with the exception of the divorced Dorothy. Created by Emmy-winning producer Susan Harris (Soap), The Golden Girls re-ignited the careers of 1970s TV veterans Arthur (All in the Family, Maude) and White (The Mary Tyler Moore Show). At the same time, it made stars of McClanahan (who co-starred on Maude), by playing a comic version of A Streetcar Named Desire's Blanche Dubois, and the scene-stealing Getty, made to look older than her actual age (she and Arthur were born the same year). Notable guests to lend their talents to the first season include Star Trek: Voyager's Robert Picardo ("The Operation"), Alice's Polly Holliday ("Blind Ambitions"), and WKRP in Cincinnati's Gordon Jump ("Big Daddy"). In addition, Harold Gould (Rhoda), who appears in "Rose the Prude," would return as a (different) recurring character five years later. The Golden Girls ran for seven seasons and spawned spin-off The Golden Palace (without Arthur) and a British version called The Brighton Belles. By the end of its run in 1992, it had garnered numerous awards, including two Emmys for best comedy series. In addition, each of the four actresses received a well-deserved Emmy for her efforts. Season 2 Join Dorothy, the smart one, Sophia, the glib one, Rose, the naive one, and Blanche, the ... well, you know ... for the second season of one of television's funniest shows ever, THE GOLDEN GIRLS. Loved by fans and critics alike, Season 2 garnered its second straight Emmy award for "Outstanding Comedy Series" and a Golden Globe for "Best TV Series Comedy/Musical." It's a star-filled season with special guests, including Burt Reynolds in a surprise cameo and a young George Clooney playing a Miami policeman who saves the day! Now you can "travel down the road and back again" with all 26 original episodes on one incredible 3-disc set. From the opening lines of the theme song to the end credits you'll enjoy all the racy and hilarious moments you've come to expect from THE GOLDEN GIRLS. As the saying goes, "If it ain't broke, don't fix it," and the second season of The Golden Girls picks up where the first ended. The same classic quartet--Blanche, Rose, Dorothy, and Sophia--is back, along with their snappy retorts, shoulder pads, and cheesecake. Well, there was one change. In the season premiere, "End of the Curse," Blanche (Rue McClanahan) goes through menopause. Highlights of the 26 episodes include "Ladies of the Evening," featuring a cameo from Burt Reynolds, just a few years prior to his own network sitcom, Evening Shade. As Blanche exclaims, "Mr. Burt Reynolds is one of our finest living actors...I mean, you put Sir Laurence Olivier in Cannonball Run--see what he can do." Then there's "Isn't It Romantic?" with Lois Nettleton (In the Heat of the Night) as Dorothy's lesbian friend, Jean, who falls for an unsuspecting Rose (Betty White). As was often the case, a sensitive subject is handled with taste and humor and resulted in an Emmy nomination for Nettleton's performance. Further highlights include a white-wigged Nancy Walker (The Mary Tyler Moore Show, Rhoda) as Sophia's long-lost sister, Angela, in "The Sisters" and "Long Day's Journey Into Marinara," and a pompadoured George Clooney (ER) in "To Catch a Neighbor." The final episode of The Golden Girls second season, "Empty Nest," features David Leisure and Oscar winner-Rita Moreno (West Side Story) and sets the scene for creator Susan Harris's 1988 spin-off, Empty Nest (although only Leisure would segue to the new show, while Soap's Richard Mulligan would take over for Moreno). Season 3 Your favorite young-at-heart women return for another helping of laughter, misadventures, and cheesecake in the third season of one of television's most highly acclaimed sitcoms ever, THE GOLDEN GIRLS. Dorothy, Sophia, Rose, and Blanche are the four mismatched housemates living together in Miami. While these very different women don't always get along, deep down they really love one another. A perennial award winner, this laugh-filled season garnered three Emmy(R) Awards and a Golden Globe(R). Now you can enjoy all 25 episodes from this unforgettable year on this complete DVD set. Included is the original and unedited "Golden Moments" episode where the girls reminisce about their times together, plus hilarious bonus features that will have you laughing for hours. It's proof positive that good comedy never grows old. While it might seem like something out of another dimension given the world we're living in now, this prime-time show that aired from 1985 to 1992 about the hilarious exploits of four single women of a certain age living out their semi-retirement in Miami still stands up. The plots are mostly predictable, and the set never changes, but this ensemble cast really comes into its own in the third season--one that earned them three Emmys and a Golden Globe. Blanche is just as man-crazy as ever, Sophia works her brutal honesty and "picture Sicily stories" to perfection, Dorothy remains the eternal stalwart straight man without compare, and Rose's dull-witted reveries always make for a great gag. Standout episodes in this season include "A Letter to Gorbachev," where Rose pens a letter urging Gorbachev to end the Cold War with the West; in a terrific dream sequence, she imagines herself addressing a huge crowd in Red Square against a backdrop featuring the faces of Marx, Lenin, and of course, herself. "The Housekeeper" tackles stereotypes as the girls hire a Caribbean woman as their new housekeeper and suspect she's put a curse on them. "Grab That Dough" sees the girls on a fictional game show where they allow greed and ambition to come between their friendships and predictably, no one wins. "Three on a Couch" is one of those convenient midseason flashback episodes, the premise being that the girls are so sick of each other that they try to get professional help to solve their problems; the therapist's frank advice is that they get as far away from each other as possible. Although the season is on the whole is a perfect collection of sharp one-liners, there is depth to this show that isn't afraid to discuss Alzheimer's disease in "Old Friends," or the crushing financial complications of being old and single in "The Audit." Extras include "Golden Moments," a great montage of the funniest lines in the season and "The Golden Girls Scrapbook" that comprises each girl's best lines. These two extras could be enough to satisfy any Golden Girls fan, who perhaps doesn't have the time to indulge in all 25 episodes. Season 4 One of television's most highly acclaimed comedies returns for another season that proves that life begins at 50, THE GOLDEN GIRLS. Dorothy, Blanche, Rose, and Sophia are the four mismatched Miami housemates who look out for one another no matter what misadventures come their way. It's a season filled with romance, dating catastrophes, one wedding, and more Elvis impersonators than you can shake a stick at. Now you can experience every hilarious episode from this unforgettable year on this complete DVD set. Enjoy special appearances by guest stars Bob Hope, Julio Iglesias, and Quentin Tarantino. It's comedy that's pure gold. Long before reality-show staples "Big Brother" and "The Real World" tapped into the drama and high-hilarity of cohabitation, the long-running "Golden Girls" paved the way into that prime-time show format. Only difference is that "Golden Girls" was pure fiction. Season Four stays true to the format that earned the series three Emmys and a Golden Globe Award: Three widowed/divorced friends in their '50s and one octogenarian mother and grandmother all share a home and their retirement in Miami, Florida. In a season that includes a UFO sighting and government cover up; the implications of drug addiction; a late-in-life wedding; the ridiculous '80s aerobics craze--spandex, headbands, leg warmers and all; a nightmarish nursing home; lesbianism; an intergenerational love triangle; and a trip to Rose's mythical St. Olaf; the episodes in Season Four are more entertaining and often downright risqué. There are some notable cameos as well--Bob Hope steals the show in "You Gotta Have Hope" as the featured talent for Dorothy's hospital charity show; Richard Mulligan of "Empty Nest" bridges the spin-off link as the girls' newly widowed neighbor and object of Blanche's advances; Jay Thomas plays an overactive director in "High Anxiety," where the girls' kitchen is used as a TV commercial set; and blink and you'll miss a young Quentin Tarantino as an Elvis impersonator in "Sophia's Wedding." A terrific bonus feature captures the performances of all the season's guest stars on Disc One. Overall, Season Four is zestier and much less earnest than previous seasons, which is exactly what works about the series: the bawdier the grandmothers, the funnier the show. Season 5 Travel to Miami for a visit with the original girls gone wild, The Golden Girls! Beatrice Arthur, Rue McClanahan, Betty White, and Estelle Getty are back for Season Five of this multiple Emmy(R) and Golden Globe(R) Award-winning comedy. These four young-at-heart ladies couldn't be more different, but they stick together through thick and thin. Enjoy every side-splitting episode of Season Five in this laugh-packed DVD box set, complete with exclusive bonus material. The hilarious adventures include Sophia going on a bulk-buying binge, Rose and Blanche joining a protest to save some dolphins and Dorothy dating a real clown. The girls are also joined by classic guest stars including Dick Van Dyke, and they just might be paid a visit by the Commander in Chief himself! It's off-the-wall entertainment at its finest from the gals who wrote the recipe for great comedy. It's a good sign when a new year begins with Jeffrey Tambor (The Larry Sanders Show, Arrested Development) and ends with Harry Shearer (Spinal Tap, The Simpsons). Tambor shows up as Dorothy's doctor in the The Golden Girls two-part fifth season premiere ("Sick and Tired"). Unfortunately, he isn't able to determine why she's feeling run down, so she pays a visit to Empty Nest's Dr. Weston (Richard Mulligan, who returns a few episodes later). Blanche (Rue McClanahan), meanwhile, decides to become a romance novelist, despite the fact that she can't write. Dorothy (Bea Arthur) will eventually find out she has chronic fatigue syndrome (an affliction shared by writer/creator Susan Harris, who'll soon exit the show), while the flighty Blanche will retire from writing as suddenly as she took it up. Then she'll get the news that her daughter, Rebecca, has decided to become a single mother--via artificial insemination. Blanche is aghast. As for Rose, she'll get a new job as the assistant to a consumer affairs reporter and find second love with professor Miles Webber (Harold Gould). Other guests during the 1989-1990 season include Dick Van Dyke ("Love Under the Big Top"), Robert Culp ("Like the Beep Beep Beep of the Tom-Tom"), and a pre-Law & Order Jerry Orbach ("Cheaters"). Then there's Shearer ("The President's Coming! The President's Coming!"), who provides the voice for the first George Bush. Also, Marc Cherry, the man behind Desperate Housewives, receives his first writing credit, while Mark Moses--now best known as the murderous Rex--appears as Blanche's stepson. Unlike previous sets, this collection includes commentary from Arthur, McClanahan, and White. Season 6 Join Florida's favorite housemates for Season Six of the multiple Emmy(R) and Golden Globe(R) Award-winning comedy, THE GOLDEN GIRLS. Beatrice Arthur, Rue McClanahan, Betty White, and Estelle Getty are back for some of their funniest adventures yet. Enjoy each unforgettable moment in this laugh-packed DVD box set. Rose takes to the skies to spice up her relationship, Dorothy's dating woes continue even after Sophia hires a matchmaker, Blanche has a surprise secret admirer, and Sophia becomes Florida's funniest fugitive from justice. Great guest stars like Jeffrey Tambor and Debbie Reynolds pay a visit, and a hilarious conversation with the cast makes Season Six a must-own for any GOLDEN GIRLS fan. The wisecracks, hugs, and late-night servings of cheesecake continue in the sixth season of The Golden Girls. At the end of the sitcom's previous year, Blanche's daughter, Becky (Debra Engle), announced her pregnancy. In the sixth, Blanche (Rue McClanahan) becomes a grandmother ("Blanche Delivers"). Other developments: Dorothy (Beatrice Arthur) starts seeing ex-husband Stan (Herb Edelman), Sophia (Estelle Getty) dons a habit, and Rose (Betty White) discovers the true identity of Miles (Harold Gould). As The Golden Girls moves on into the 1990s, the earrings--and Dorothy's shoulder pads--remain as out-sized as ever, but the show takes on more contemporary issues, like cross-dressing ("Ebbtide's Revenge") and sexual orientation ("Sisters of the Bride"). Despite the bevy of put-downs, the message is one of tolerance--for anyone who exists outside the norm. There are also a few surprises, such as the appearance of Rose's birth father ("Once, in St. Olaf"), Dorothy's engagement ("There Goes the Bride"), and the secret relationship between Blanche's nanny (Ruby Dee) and her late father, Big Daddy ("Wham, Bam, Thank You, Mammy"). As before, everyone wanted to drop by NBC's Saturday staple, like Martin Mull ("Snap Out of It"), Sonny Bono ("Mrs. George Devereaux"), Cesar Romero ("Girls Just Wanna Have Fun... Before They Die"), Debbie Reynolds ("There Goes the Bride"), Alan King ("Melodrama"), and Hal Linden ("What a Difference a Date Makes"). The behind-the-scenes talent shines just as brightly in co-executive producer Tom Whedon (father of Buffy the Vampire Slayer's Joss Whedon) and story editors Marc Cherry (Desperate Housewives) and Mitchell Hurwitz (Arrested Development). Although there are no commentaries this time around, the set includes an insightful chat with McClanahan, White, Cherry, Hurwitz, and others from a Museum of Television and Radio tribute. One of the more notable insights: "To this day... 70% of our mail comes from people under 25 years old." Season 7 Beatrice Arthur, Rue McClanahan, Betty White and Estelle Getty are back for more laughter, friendship and fun, along with one last helping of cheesecake. Enjoy every moment of Season Seven in this unforgettable DVD box set, capped off with exclusive bonus material. The girls travel to Atlanta to save Blanche's family estate, Dorothy tries out to be a contestant on "Jeopardy!", Rose's investigative journalism gets her friends in hot water with the police and Sophia has a run-in with the Pope. With an exclusive nostalgic retrospective and terrific guest stars like Leslie Nielsen, Merv Griffin and Alex Trebek, the girls go out with a bang. From the hilarious season opener to the tearful farewell, THE GOLDEN GIRLS: THE COMPLETE SEVENTH SEASON is a fitting conclusion to one of the most beloved series of all time. The seventh season wasn't just the last for NBC's Golden Girls: It was the best. As it begins, the four remain single after Dorothy (Beatrice Arthur) calls off her second wedding to Stan (Herb Edelman) in the previous season. It's no catastrophe, however, as the roommates still enjoy each other's company as much as ever, despite the occasional quarrel. Rose (Betty White), for instance, is none too happy when she find what she thinks is evidence of an affair between Blanche (Rue McLanahan) and her late husband, Charlie ("Hey, Look Me Over"). On the bright side, Rose continues to see lovable cheapskate Miles (Harold Gould). Highlights include "Where's Charlie," a spoof of Bull Durham--or "Dances With Bulls," as Sophia dubs it--in which Blanche teaches a baseball player (Tim Thomerson) to embrace his feminine side, and "Dateline: Miami," in which she tries to deflower a former priest (Fred Willard). As with Blanche's other best laid plans, the results aren’t quite as expected. Other seventh season guests include Tony Plana ("The Case of the Libertine Belle"), Peter Graves ("Mother Load"), Ken Howard ("The Commitments"), Merv Griffin and Alex Trebek ("Questions and Answers"), and Leslie Nielsen ("One Flew Out of the Cuckoo's Nest"), who steals Dorothy's heart. In the final season, Marc Cherry (Desperate Housewives) was promoted from story editor to producer. (It can't be completely coincidental that the man who helped make 40 the new 30 first helped make 60 the new 40.) As with most other sets, however, there are no cast or crew commentaries. Fortunately, the wonders of syndication and DVD technology allow fans to relive all seven years of Sophia's "Picture this..." stories about Sicily, Rose's loopy recollections about St. Olaf, Blanche's over-the-top sexual exploits, and Dorothy's delightfully deadpan expressions. Now, who's for another slice of cheesecake? Language: English, German Subtitles: English, German Packaging: German *** These are Region 2 PAL discs which will play on all UK DVD players *** If you are outside Europe, please check that your player is Region 2 PAL compatible. *** THIS SET IS BRAND NEW AND SEALED *** Pay me securely by credit or debit card Other Payment Options ChequeBank Transfer Postal Order International Money Order Condition: New, Format: DVD, Genre: Comedy, Region Code: DVD: 2 (Europe, Japan, Middle East...), Edition: Box Set, Season: Complete Series Box Set, Movie/TV Title: The Golden Girls

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