Hill Street Blues: The Complete First Season [DVD](1981)
All 17 episodes from the series's debut
season--including "Hill Street Station,"
"Presidential Fever," "Film at Eleven," "I Never
Promised You a Rose, Marvin," and the two-part
"Jungle Madness"--are featured in a three-disc
set. 14 hrs. total. Standard; Soundtracks: English
Dolby Digital mono, French Dolby Digital mono,
Spanish Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: English,
Spanish; audio commentary on selected episodes;
deleted scenes; featurettes; TV spots.
Hill Street Blues: The Complete Second Season
All 19 episodes from the series's second
season--including "Hearts and Minds," "Chipped
Beef," "Freedom's Last Stand," "Invasion of the
Third World Body Snatchers," and "Bachelor
Party"--are featured in a three-disc set. 15 hrs.
total. Standard; Soundtracks: English Dolby
Digital mono, French Dolby Digital mono, Spanish
Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: English, Spanish;
audio commentary on selected episodes; featurettes;
Very Best Of Hill Street Blues: Boxed Set
One of the most acclaimed TV series ever, the
day-to-day exploits of the men and women of the
Hill Street police station ran on NBC from 1981
to 1987, setting new standards for realism and
mixing comedy and drama. This four-tape
collection features one of the best episodes
from each season: the pilot "Hill Street
Station," "Freedom's Last Stand,"
"Trial by Fury," "Grace Under
Pressure," "Mayo, Hold the
Pickle," "Remembrance of Hits
Past" and "It Ain't Over Till It's
Over," the series finale. Daniel J.
Travanti, Michael Conrad, Veronica Hamel, Bruce
Weitz and Dennis Franz star. 350 min. total.
Television's Greatest - Hill Street Blues &
LA Law VHS
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