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Fueled by Lucy Lawless’ irresistible charm as television’s most powerful heroine and set within the adventure-filled mythic backdrop of a land before time, Anchor Bay Entertainment and Davis-Anderson Merchandising Corp will debut the newest collection of legendary XENA adventures with the must-have XENA: WARRIOR PRINCESS‘– SEASON FOUR DVD collection, priced to own at $79.98 SRP. Scheduled for release on June 15, 2004, this ten-disc DVD set features the complete fourth season of 22 original episodes digitally re-mastered with 5.1 Dolby Digital Surround Sound now with closed captioning, plus over nine hours of new interactive bonus materials exclusive to the DVD.

The remarkable ten-disc boxed set of XENA: XENA: WARRIOR PRINCESS‘– SEASON FOUR, the largest collection yet from Anchor Bay, contains the exciting “complete and uncut” fourth season from the Emmy Award“-winning series, highlighted by the fan-favorite episodes “Adventures in Sin Trade,” “Paradise Found” and “Déjà vu All Over Again.” The smash-hit fourth season riveted fans with gripping episodes that unveiled secrets of Xena’s tumultuous past, revealed heroic triumphs and tragic failures destined in her future, and in the end, left them stunned beyond words by the events of the electrifying season finale, “The Ides of March.”

With hours of exhilarating bonus features, the Season Four DVD release includes the following exclusive supplemental materials:

--Interviews with Actors, Producers, Writers, Directors and Costume Designers including: Lucy Lawless, Renee O’Connor, Michael Hurst, Rob Tapert, Hudson Leick, Ted Raimi, R.J. Stewart, Steven L. Sears, Donald Duncan, Robert Field, Jane Holland, Rick Jacobson and many more!

--Video & Audio Commentaries with Lucy Lawless, Renee O’Connor, Executive Producer Robert Tapert and Co-Producer Chris Manheim

--Director’s cuts of the episodes: “Between the Lines,” “A Good Day” and “Locked Up and Tied Down”

--Special Featurette – Bringing Monsters to Life at K.N.B. EFX Group

--Special Featurette - “Adventures in Sin Trade”: An Exploration

--Special Featurette – Bruce & Ted “Cabin Fever”

--Bloopers / Outtakes

--Photo Gallery

--CD-ROM features including:

--Actor, Director and Writer Biographies

-- Series Trivia

-- Xena Chronicles

-- Extensive Original Production Designs and Sketches

In a time of ancient gods, ruthless warlords and capricious kings, a land in turmoil cried out for a hero. She was Xena, a mighty Warrior Princess forged in the heat of battle. Together with her sidekick Gabrielle in tow, Xena battles barbarians, overcomes oppressors and defeats demigods to protect the innocent and fight for peace in ancient Greece. Combining the series' trademark humor and dark mythological drama with Lucy Lawless's fiery and sexy persona, Xena: Warrior Princess completely redefined the role of the female action hero on television.

Xena: Warrior Princess™ began as a spin-off of Hercules: The Legendary Journeys™, premiering as a series in 1995. In its first season, the adventures of this formidable female fighter became the most popular new syndicated series on television, with ratings that exceeded even those of Baywatch. Nominated for six Emmy Awards, the series was honored for Outstanding Music Composition in 2000. During its original run of six seasons, Xena aired over 130 episodes, and with its stablemate Hercules, built a fiercely loyal cult following with legions of devoted fans that spawned nearly 1,500 websites, hundreds of individually licensed properties and conventions around the world.

Brian B.