TV-on-DVD is gigantic. In celebration of this new phenomenon in the home video experience, MovieWeb has teamed up with Warner Home Video to bring you three, count 'em, three spectacular DVD box set contests.


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Movie PictureNow in full color and digitally remastered, Gilligan’s Island: The Complete Second Season picks up where Season One left off, with 32 episodes of the wildly popular series topped off with engaging bonus features. Season Two, which aired from 1965 to 1966 on CBS, features many memorable episodes including guest appearances by legendary film and television actress Zsa Zsa Gabor, starring as Erika Tiffany Smith, a woman who lands on the island looking to start a new resort and 60’s folk trio The Wellingtons, portraying a band of mop-top rock & roll musicians called the Mosquitos. These unforgettable episodes make it a joy for viewers to be stranded time and again on Gilligan’s Isle.

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Movie PictureKung Fu The series dominated Thursday nights, propelling ABC to #1 in the time period with key demos. Superstars Jodie Foster, Harrison Ford, Robert Urich, Don Johnson, and Stephanie Powers guest-starred. This Emmy-Winning and Golden Globe nominated series brought martial arts to the masses, popularizing a genre that is alive and well today in hit films and video games. Stands the test of time! The series dominated ratings on TNT as the top dramatic strip across all key demos.

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Movie PictureThe Dukes of Hazzard debuted in January of 1979 and was an instant success. A staple of CBS’s Friday night lineup, the show was a Top 20 CBS series for six of its seven seasons on air. Dukes held the #1 spot in its time period across those six seasons, making it one of the most popular television series of all time. The last episode aired in 1985, but The Dukes of Hazzard fan support is still strong, with hundreds of websites and products devoted to the legendary series. The show subsequently aired in syndication, recently on The Nashville Network (now Spike TV). In addition, the first season, now available from Warner Home Video, continues to be one of the best selling classic TV series on DVD!

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