I Dream of Jeannie

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Barbara Eden and Larry Hagman star in this classic '60s comedy about a genie and her master. When astronaut Tony Nelson is forced to crash-land on a remote Pacific island, he finds a strange bottle that's washed ashore. When he opens it, out pops a genie named Jeannie.
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  1. 1. The Lady in the Bottle
    September 17, 1965
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    Captain Tony Nelson, an astronaut, is engaged to Melissa Stone, daughter of General Wingard Stone, his commanding officer. Tony is rocketed into space in a capsule which lands is the Pacific. He reaches a small island. There he releases Jeannie, a beautiful blonde, who can perform magic with a blink of her eyes, from a bottle is which she has been imprisoned for ages. Jeannie tells Tony she i...
  2. 2. My Hero?
    September 24, 1965
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    Jeannie tells Tony that a man hit her at the market. Tony insists on being brought face to face with the brute. After Jeannie blinks three times, she and Tony are transported back two thousand years to a Persian market. Tony's blows have no effect on Ali, an enormous brute. Tony is carried off to an auction block and purchased by Princes Fatima. When Tony insists on his rights as a member of ...
  3. 3. Guess What Happened On The Way To The Moon?
    October 1, 1965
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    To test man's ability to survive on the moon, Captain Anthony (Tony) Nelson, and his fellow astronaut, Captain Roger Healey, are ordered to spend a week, in Furnace Canyon, Nevada, 100 degrees in the daytime, 10 below freezing at night. Except for water, they are to live off the land. Jeannie hides in Tony's canteen. Tony tries to make Jeannie understand that she is destroying the value of th...
  4. 4. Jeannie and the Marriage Caper
    October 8, 1965
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    Although the date hasn't been set, Tony forbids Jeannie to accompany Melissa and himself on their honeymoon. Grover Caldwell, a young State Department attaché, tells Tony that General Stone, Melissa's father, has accepted an ambassadorial post. General Stone announces he hopes to take Tony, his prospective son in law, along as his military side. When Tony expresses his desire to remain with t...
  5. 5. G. I. Jeannie
    October 15, 1965
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    Jeannie gets jealous on discovering hat Tony has a sexy new secretary. Claiming to be a better one, Jeannie insists on joining the WAAFs and taking over the job. Remembering that his friend, Roger Healey, told him that all new WAAFs are being sent overseas, Tony agrees to help Jeannie to join. To her horror, she is sent to San Antonio for basic training. Jeannie has a series of disastrous try...
  6. 6. The Yacht Murder Case
    October 22, 1965
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    After promising to spend an evening with Jeannie, Tony is tricked by his superiors into conducting aerospace tycoon P.J. Ferguson on a tour of the base. Ferguson's daughter, Nina, decides that Tony is her man. P.J. persuades Tony's superior to order Tony to have cocktails aboard his yacht. When Jeannie protests, Tony imprisons her in the vacuum cleaner. Later, after P.J. has Tony assigned to ...
  7. 7. Anybody Here Seen Jeannie?
    October 29, 1965
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    After telling Tony that be and Roger Healey have been tapped for a historic two man space probe, scheduled to blast off the following week. Dr. Bellows asks him to report for a final checkup. When Tony asks Jeannie to return to her home, Jeannie asserts that since Tony freed her from the bottle, she belongs to him. She adds that she can give him a space capsule of his own. Tony tells Jeannie ...
  8. 8. The Americanization Of Jeannie
    November 5, 1965
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    Feeling that Jeannie must widen her horizons, Tony gives her a book "How To Be A Woman." Following the book's advice, to share her work with her man, Jeannie neglects her chores and allows the house to go to pot. Reading the chapter on clothing the successful woman, Jeannie charges an expensive wardrobe, including a mink coat. Convinced by the book that a man should take the woman out to dinn...
  9. 9. The Moving Finger
    November 12, 1965
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    Tony is assigned as technical director on a new astronaut movie being filmed in Hollywood. Jealous of the star, Rita Mitchell, Jeannie smuggles herself along. All of Jeannie's ruses including a rainstorm, fail to keep Tony from getting close to Rita. Tony, tells Jeannie he is lunching with Rita and jokingly tells her he would lunch with her if she were a star. Determined to become a movie cele...
  10. 10. Djinn & Water
    November 19, 1965
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    Jeannie gets involved with the law when, invisible to everyone, she attempts to drive Tony's car. Angered, Tony orders her to leave. Jeannie is aware that Tony has been studying the desalinization of seawater. Playing for time, she tells Tony her great grandfather solved the problem. Tony asks to meet her great grandfather and Jeannie goes to get him. Tony phones Leslie Staples at the Departme...
  11. 11. Whatever Happened To Baby Custer?
    November 26, 1965
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    A series of reports by eleven year old Custer to his father, Mayor Ulysses S. Jamison on the strange feats of magic at Tony's house results in the Mayor taking his son to Dr. Bellows, the base psychiatrist. Bellows tells Custer he believes his story and asks him to keep a close watch on Tony A policeman catches Dr. Bellows and Custer peering into Tony's window and takes them inside for identi...
  12. 12. Where'd You Go Go
    December 3, 1965
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    Jeannie is annoyed when Diane Rodney, a friend of Tony's returns to town, determined to resume their old relationship. As a result, when Jeannie runs into Roger, while driving Tony's car, she accepts his invitation to dinner. Unaware that Jeannie is Roger's date, Tony instructs his friend in the fine art of courtship. Later, when Jeannie tells him she doesn't know her date's name, Tony begins ...
  13. 13. Russian Roulette
    December 10, 1965
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    Jeannie agrees not to date Roger if Tony doesn't go out with other girls. Then Tony and Roger are assigned to escort Russian cosmonauts Major Tiomkin and Major Posnovsky during a good will visit. Mayor Tiomkin proves to be a beautiful girl named Sonya, who immediately stakes a claim on Tony. Angered, Jeannie tells Tony she is going out with Roger. Tony imprisons Jeannie in her bottle. Jeannie ...
  14. 14. What House Across the Street?
    December 17, 1965
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    Unable to persuade Tony to marry her, Jeannie decides she needs a mother's counsel. She blinks her eyes and Mama appears. Mama assures Jeannie Tony will change his mind if he thinks Jeannie is going to marry Roger. Tony asks Roger is he has met Jeannie's parents. Then Dr. Bellows announces he has bought the lot across the street. Roger asks to meet Jeannie's parents. She produces a house on D...
  15. 15. Too Many Tonys
    December 24, 1965
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    Learning that Dr. Bellows has told General Peterson that Tony should marry for his emotional stability as an astronaut, Jeannie prepares for the wedding. She produces Phoney, a twin of Tony's, who starts romancing her as an example for Tony. Getting nowhere, Jeannie makes Phoney disappear. Later, Dr. Bellows sees a romantic interlude between Jeannie and Phoney and leaves Tony's house, certain ...
  16. 16. Get Me To Mecca On Time
    January 7, 1966
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    Jeannie finds her strength and power to perform magic weakening. Tony makes her promise to rest during the day. At the base, Roger, pointing to an astrological chart in a magazine, tells Tony his horoscope shows a gorgeous brunette will enter Roger 's life. Tony questions his belief in such nonsense. Later, Jeannie phones Tony and tells him she seems to be vanishing by degrees. Then she pops i...
  17. 17. The Richest Astronaut in the Whole Wide World
    January 14, 1966
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    Roger discovers the secret of Jeannie's existence when he accidentally releases her from her bottle. He is amazed to learn that Tony, her master, has never used her ability to fulfill his every wish by asking for wealth or romance. Tricking Jeannie back into her bottle, Roger, now master, embarks on a spree of high living and refuses to give her back to Tony. Then Tony learns that Roger prizes...
  18. 18. Is There An Extra Jeannie In The House?
    January 21, 1966
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    Roger keeps Sheila, Dr. Bellows' niece, out long past her uncle's curfew. Dr. Bellows tells Roger he is assigning him to a remote island. Tony forbids Jeannie to call on a cousin from Baghdad to help Roger. Certain Roger has gone for a month, Mr. Billings, the manager of his apartment house, allows Arnie Conway, a magician, and his wife, Myrt, to use the apartment in Roger 's absence. When Ro...
  19. 19. Never Try To Outsmart A Genie
    January 28, 1966
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    Tony tells Jeannie the government is sending him to Rome. When he tells her she is not going, Jeannie tells him the sea voyage is dangerous. Unable to sway Tony, Jeannie tries to enlist Roger's help. However, Roger is glad that Tony is going abroad, since he hopes to use Jeannie's magic to get some of the things he has always wanted. Dr. Bellows, hearing reports of the presents Roger is about ...
  20. 20. My Master The Doctor
    February 4, 1966
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    Roger is to have an operation. After telling Jeannie he always wanted to be a surgeon, Tony finds himself masked and gowned in the operating room. Learning Tony's identity, Roger tells Dr. Bellows he doesn't need the operation. Still masked, Tony tells Dr. Bellows he is Dr. Rasch A Houn. Bellows feels he has met him before. Jeannie, garbed as a nurse, appears and turns the hospital upside down...
  21. 21. Jeannie And The Kidnap Caper
    February 11, 1966
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    Tony insists that Jeannie stop waiting on him. Jeannie takes the sacred oath of the genies to refuse any further request for help he might make. Then Tony is kidnapped by two Chinese secret agents, Wong and Chan, and Jeannie turns down his plea for help. She tells Roger that because of her oath she would lose her supernatural powers if she aids Tony, but agrees to let Roger know what is happe...
  22. 22. How Lucky Can You Get?
    February 18, 1966
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    Tony and Roger decide to go to Reno. Roger's vision of becoming a multimillionaire with Jeannie's help disappears when Tony tells him Jeannie is not going with them. Roger smuggles Jeannie along in Tony's briefcase. Arriving there, he asks Tony, unaware that Jeannie is with them, to bet fifty dollars for him. However, Jeannie escapes from the briefcase, and Roger loses the money. Time after t...
  23. 23. Watch The Birdie
    February 25, 1966
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    Tony, accompanied by Jeannie, goes to the golf course to deliver some documents to General Peterson. Tony, who does not play, accepts the pro's invitation to take a few swings. Jeannie causes the ball to sail through the air in a beautiful line drive. General Peterson, intent on defeating his rival, Admiral Tugwell, in a forthcoming game, sees the shot and determines that Tony will be his golf...
  24. 24. The Permanent House Guest
    March 4, 1966
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    Jeannie is disappointed that Tony has never asked for anything big, like a yacht. Responding to her request to visualize the biggest thing he can think of, an elephant appears. When Dr. Bellows arrives, Tony explains he's just keeping it for a friend. Jeannie replaces the elephant with a toy poodle. When Bellows returns with General Peterson, he finds it hard to explain what happened to the el...
  25. 25. Bigger Than A Bread Box And Better Than A Genie
    March 11, 1966
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    Madam Zolta, a fortuneteller, impresses Roger with her knowledge of his past. Roger introduces Tony to her and she greets him with an amazing amount of information about himself. Invited to a seance, Tony investigates the methods used by mediums. This involves him in a series of incidents with Dr. Bellows and General Peterson, which leads Bellows to believe he might need a vacation. Forbidding...
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Cradle of FishReviewed in the United States on March 15, 2015
5.0 out of 5 stars
I Still Dream Of Jeannie!
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I loved this show when I was younger and now that I am over 40, I still do! It is still hilarious! Barbara Eden is so gorgeous, I don't know of anyone who was more beautiful than her back then. I purchased this version (the black and white version, figured I would let folks know which set I was talking about since Amazon strangely lumps all different set reviews in one) specifically for the black and white. I am a stickler for authenticity. I found myself laughing at every episode once again, and am sure I will laugh at the other seasons once I get them. Though I think I may have to buy the complete series set in order to watch season 5 as that is no longer available.This comedy is ageless, folks (and maybe even kids) today will enjoy this. There are some subtle sexual overtones, but as a kid I never noticed. As an adult, it just makes Jeannie even hotter in my opinion, lol! Get this and the whole series set (this being under $6 and the whole series set under $20, I think it's worth it, since the whole series set only includes the colorized version of this season).
EDIT: It seems they just raised the price of the whole series set to $30, still worth it though.
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ToonScribe1961Reviewed in the United States on March 10, 2014
5.0 out of 5 stars
"... And now the genie and the bottle play Spin The Astronaut!"
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Sheer magic.

Barbara Eden is a delight: charming, naïve gorgeous, and at times even a little saucy. Her childlike glee is contagious. (And her little moment of playful naughtiness at the end of the first episode, a beat they never played again, is utterly magical.)

Larry Hagman is genius. I'd forgotten his penchant for physical comedy. He adds manic energy to his variation on Jack Lemmon's All-American-Guy-Next-Door. Hapless and hilarious. (A high point of the series is the tender scene he shares with Barbara Eden during the Hollywood episode; atypical of the show, and wonderfully poignant.)

Bill Daily's Roger Healy is the ultimate endearing heel (and I'm sure the last name is utterly intentional), always a pleasure to watch. (It's also fun watching him playing the character as "totally serious" in the first episode.)

Hayden Roarke: even funnier than you remember.

Oh, and watch out for guest roles by Arlene Martel (Star Trek's T'Pring), Billy Mumy, Dabney Coleman (young and dashing!), and a very, very young Maureen McCormick!

Innocent fun, whimsical, hilarious, and utterly charming, come watch the genie and the bottle play Spin The Astronaut!
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Computer Pros of MalibuReviewed in the United States on February 10, 2017
3.0 out of 5 stars
I always loved the show
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I always loved the show, it's a shame this one was colorized, I should have looked before ordered it. Whoever did the coloring screwed up on Jeanie's dress (it was green throughout season 1 and 2, although no one noticed it in season 1 since it was B/W) and also some of the uniforms. In fact there is even a scene where a hat changes color between scenes, actually pretty laughable!
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IceblueReviewed in the United States on June 11, 2007
4.0 out of 5 stars
Pure escapism to enjoy
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Jeannie and Tony quibble. Jeannie's not pleased with him. Tony's suddenly blinked off to a very precarious situation, like being suspended over a moat full of crocodiles, in a lion's cage, or sitting on a huge elephant appropriately outfitted for what looks like a safari. Tony finds himself elsewhere, looks around, realizes he's in trouble, and then screams "JEANNIEEEE!!!!!!"

What a show!! I don't remember what first got my attention about this or whether I'd watched Bewitched first, but I noticed how devastatingly pretty the genie looked clad in that red and pink harem suit, eager to serve the man she calls "Master" and I've always enjoyed it ever since. I'd wish life's really like this, that I'd have a genie of my own to cater to every whim of mine, but of course it doesn't work this way. As if I have to point this out.

I mentioned a competing series that aired at the time, Bewitched. Yes, I really like this show as well so it's likely I'll add this to my growing DVD collection. One more comment I'll make about this series is yet another comparision, but more like how Tony and/or Jeannie at a table conversation in one S1 or S2 episode put it, comparing some items relevent to this plot are like comparing oranges and lemons. Yes, that's how I'd compare these shows, Bewitched and IDOJ, respectively. Enough of Bewitched for now...

Anyway, I started with S2 of IDOJ by buying it at a retail outlet instead of Amazon, but I really absolutely wanted to start with S1 and not move back and forth around, so I ordered S1 online here and within days it arrived in good shape, ready to open and pop in the DVDs. It took me nearly all week to watch in chronological order all of seasons 1 and 2, 61 episodes in all (30 and 31, respectively). What a treat, getting to see some episodes I don't ever remember seeing before.

I opted for the colorized version as I didn't want to pay some extra $8 for B&W. It is understandable how more valuable B&W is given what some of the other reviewers have said here, but to me it just doesn't matter as long as I can see everything nicely, and nicely I did.

Before I go on, let me say I had NO idea this show too was indeed filmed in B&W. Imagine my surprise when I saw a rerun in non-color. I'd already seen only later, color episodes, some several times before I got to this point. Why, it never even occurred to me until I realized it was done in the 1960s, the very decade when ongoing shows fortunate enough to be renewed were thus transitioned to color, and IDOJ was among them. Another clue was I wasn't born until halfway thru the series run (1967), so no one pointed this out to me.

Anyway, as I said how nice the colorized version looked, a couple things did get my attention: everyone's teeth looked somewhat gray and in one scene where, in the pilot or episode 2, Jeannie looked for a second B&W before becoming full color after smoking out of the bottle before Tony in a confrontation. The former amused me, made me wonder if the people responsible for colorizing them assumed the teeth's white enough, so they probably just left them alone and focused on the rest. As for the latter, it didn't really matter to me so much as they got my attention.

Just like I realized the series originally started in B&W, its S1 theme music wasn't funky sounding like it was in the later reruns I'd seen. That's what I really like about this show over the years, the perky-sounding opening music. To be honest though, I like the funky version better as S1 sounded somewhat classical. Was it common for shows back then to start with conservative theme lyrics, then move on to higher-octane sounding versions in later seasons? That's what I noticed on The Brady Bunch, my all-time favorite show. I don't have TBB yet; I'm in no rush as I've seen everything countless times already, that I'll probably just get the entire series at once when I'm ready.

Back to IDOJ. The colors do look beautiful to the point that Technicolor could take credit for it, but if you're not very picky like me, then save some moola and go for the colorized version. I know S3's been out too, so I'm gonna get this one in due time. Enjoy! :-)
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CookiedulceReviewed in the United States on October 28, 2007
5.0 out of 5 stars
Simply the best sitcom EVER!
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Who can ever forget this series. I still want to be Jeannie to this day.

If you have never seen this before you are missing ALOT.

I love the fact that this is innocent yet sexy.
The costumes are eye candy and the special effects was great for its day.
But most importantly it is HILARIOUS how Jeannie is always getting into one mess after the other often getting Major Nelson into trouble.

Jeannie's charachter is naive, yet smart, sexy and overly jealous of her Master(who freed her by the way when he opened that bottle).

Major Nelson is handsome, and good hearted but hasnt learned that he cant control Jeannie and he definetly takes her for granted.

Major Healy is his selfish yet lovable best friend(who knows about Jeannie).

Dr Bellows is the military space base psychiatrist who is always getting into trouble with all the Generals because he cant prove something is amiss with Major Nelson.

I prefered the black and white set because I didnt like how the colorized version left thier mouth gray.

And I prefered to see it the way it was originally aired.

This is simply the best sitcom to ever hit the TV screen.

UP there with Little House and Quantum Leap.
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Just As I AmReviewed in the United States on September 11, 2018
5.0 out of 5 stars
Some real laugh-out-loud moments
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Saw season 1 and 2, loved Season 1 more. There were some real laugh-out-loud moments in most of them and it was a generous list of about 30? shows. Having watched this at age 9, it was very fun to revisit it from that child's point of view instead of the adult judgments i would have now.
SanteriaReviewed in the United States on April 27, 2006
5.0 out of 5 stars
Absolute Superb in Black and White, and Just A joy
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It's a real Pleasure to see this original TV series finally on DVD and in what appears to be a complete format. The initial episodes have a narrative style introduction, similar to the way BEWITCHED started in season one.
All of the classic episodes from this season are there, and a total joy to watch. Mostly the wire work is not as bad as MY FAVORITE MARTIAN, but not as Good as BEWITCHED... and some boom shadows are clearly evident, anyway, considering that each episode was 3 days from read through to filming, they did quite a job.
Supposedly Larry Hagman was discovered doing a Soap Opera, but discovering Barbara Eden was not quite the act of Serendipity that the creator of the Show states; Barbara Eden was in the film THE BRASS BOTTLE, done about 1-2 years before, and it was glaringly obvious that someone that beautiful could be an asset if the Genie was female.
The Extras on this set are small but superb. The Commentary on the pilot is mostly Barbara Eden. Larry could have phoned his words in, but he makes up for it on the 4th disc in the featurette OUT OF THE BOTTLE. On the pilot commentary Barbara asserts that the show was filmed in color on or after the 13th episode, however, this is contradicted in the featurette. It's clear that the production design is for Black and White, but Sheldon was quite willing to pay the extra per show to do it in colour.
One Bonus "trivia" is at the end of the show ... Watch for one show that still retains the SCREEN GEMS music and logo signoff... kind of intriguing seeing that instead of the Sony signoff on the rest of the series :-)
It's a real joy to see a show that still works well after 40 years. The pay-off is watching the show with all the bits, and nothing edited out by the networks wanting extra commercial time.
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Big RReviewed in the United States on November 29, 2014
5.0 out of 5 stars
Great value for the price to watch Jeannie!
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I enjoy watching reruns from some of the TV shows from many years ago. Some TV shows from yesteryear are much better than some of the ones made today. "I Dream of Jeannie" has always been one of my favorite comedies. It doesn't hurt that Barbara Eden played Jeannie. She was smokin' hot and incredibly sexy in her little Jeannie outfit so men love watching her, but the show was tastefully made so that it is pleasant for women and children to watch.When I saw that Amazon had the entire series, I purchased all five seasons. Even though I have not had the time to watch every episode, I have watched at least two episode of every season. Even though they are not as high resolution as Blu-rays are today and considering that most of these episodes originally aired in the late 1960s, they are remarkably sharp. I'm glad I purchased the B&W first season because I wanted them as they are were originally made. The colors in the Seasons 2-5 discs are well saturated, but might be off just a touch. After watching several episodes throughout the entire series, I believe they are the same as I have always seen on reruns without any edits. I have not noticed any differences. Since I know what these are like and if I didn't already own these, I would buy the entire series from Amazon. They are a great value for the price.
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