Remington Steele Season 4 & 5...

Discussion in 'TV on DVD and Blu-ray' started by julienUK, Apr 27, 2006.

  1. julienUK

    julienUK Stunt Coordinator

    Sep 16, 2005
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    I am sad!!!!!!

    last night I finished watching Remington Steele season 3 and I can't wait for more!!!!!!!!

    I was just wondering if we could hope to see the full 4th season teamed up with the few season 5 epsiodes in one box set?

    This show is superb!
    been a fan since I was a kid!

    Fourth Season

    66 Steele Searching, Part I
    67 Steele Searching, Part II
    68 Steele Blushing
    69 Grappling Steele
    70 Forged Steele
    71 Corn Fed Steele
    72 Premium Steele
    73 Coffee, Tea or Steele
    74 Dancer, Prancer, Donner and Steele
    75 Steele on the Air
    76 Steele, Inc.
    77 Steele Spawning
    78 Suburban Steele
    79 Santa Claus is Coming to Steele
    80 Steele Blue Yonder
    81 Sensitive Steele
    82 Steele in the Spotlight
    83 Steele At Your Service
    84 Steele in the Running
    85 Beg, Borrow or Steele
    86 Steele Alive and Kicking
    87 Bonds of Steele

    Fifth Season

    88 The Steele That Wouldn't Die (2 hour episode)
    89 Steele Hanging in There, Part I
    90 Steele Hanging in There, Part II
    91 Steeled With a Kiss (2 hour episode)
  2. John Stell

    John Stell Supporting Actor

    Jun 12, 2002
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    Columbia, MD
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    John Stell
    Seasons 4 and 5 have been announced as a single set for release August 15. Check out for the details
  3. Daryl L

    Daryl L Supporting Actor

    Sep 26, 1999
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    Neat-O! Can't wait. [​IMG]
  4. Scott+W

    Scott+W Agent

    Feb 12, 2006
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    Has anyone noticed how the theme music jumps back and forth in at least Season 4? I'm not in Season 5 yet. There's a faster theme in Season 4, but then after several episodes it's gone. Then a few episodes later it's back. Didn't know if they used two themes or if this is a goof.

    I love this series -- Zimbalist, Brosnan, and Roberts made a great team. I miss them!
  5. HowardPaul

    HowardPaul Stunt Coordinator

    Oct 2, 2004
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    If you want to try a very deep, superbly acted detective series, watch "A Touch of Frost". It ran for 13 years on BBC and features episodes nearly 2 hours long. The acting is simply off the charts.
    Another unrelated British series was The Sandbaggers. Best spy series ever to air on BBC. Scripted by a former British Naval Intelligence officer who revealed so much 'inside info' that he was forced to disappear shortly before the end of Season 1.
  6. Mark Oates

    Mark Oates Supporting Actor

    Mar 12, 2004
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    But Frost and Sandbaggers (as good as they are) bear no resemblance whatsoever to Remington Steele. It would be like saying "If you enjoyed Star Trek, you should try watching Doctor Who". Same genre, but Apples and Oranges.

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