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The Monkees - The Monkees: The Complete Series (Disc 01) Blu Ray

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Publisher: Rhino Handmade
Reference :BD2-552705-1
Date :2016
Made In :U.S.A.
Quality :
Booklet & packaging :Box has a lenticular cover. Each disc comes in a cardboard sleeve. Includes a 32 page booklet and a 7" vinyl single with picture sleeve.
Total duration:

Comments
All 58 original, uncut episodes of The Monkees, remastered in HD from the original film negatives. Audio commentary from all four Monkees. New audio commentary from Rodney Bingenheimer, Donna Loren and "Monkee Girl" Valerie Kairys Venet. Alternate "Saturday morning rerun" versions with 10 alternate songs and mixes. All in the original glorious mono direct from the film audio mags.

Disc 1 thru 4 - Season one
Disc 5 thru 7 - Season two

Disc 8 - The 1968 movie HEAD, in HD. Optional DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 surround soundtrack. Audio commentary from all four Monkees.

Disc 9 - The 1969 NBC television special 33 1/3 Revolutions Per Monkee, restored from newly discovered video elements. Audio commentary from Micky Dolenz.

Disc 10 - Bonus disc. Includes screen tests, commercials, outtakes from the film HEAD, outtakes from 33 1/3 Revolutions Per Monkee and more.

This collection is strictly limited to 10,000 individually numbered boxes and once those are sold out, this edition and bonus disc will never be available again.

A 7" vinyl single is included featuring Star Collector / Goin' Down, in unique TV mono mix.

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1.
'Royal Flush'(The Monkees Section)
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The Monkees
Season 1, Episode 1
Jun 1966
TV.1966.09.12.1-2
The Monkees
Director: James Frawley
Writers: Peter Meyerson, Robert Schlitt
Producer: Robert Rafelson, Bert Schneider
Associate Producer: Ward Sylvester
Original Airdate: Sept 12, 1966

The Monkees foil a fiendish plot to kill Princess Bettina, the duchess of Harmonica (Katherine Walsh).

Featured songs:
This Just Doesn't Seem To Be My Day (Boyce/Hart)
Take A Giant Step (Goffin/King)

Alternate songs in reruns:
Good Clean Fun (Nesmith)
Apples, Peaches, Bananas & Pears (Boyce/Hart)
2.
'Monkee See, Monkee Die'(The Monkees Section)
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The Monkees
Season 1, Episode 2
Jun 1966
TV.1966.09.19.1-2
The Monkees
Director: James Frawley
Writer: Treva Silverman
Producer: Robert Rafelson, Bert Schneider
Associate Producer: Ward Sylvester
Original Airdate: Sept 19, 1966

The Monkees are forced to spend a sleepless night in a creepy castle in order to receive an unexpected legacy from John Cunningham, a deceased millionaire.

Featured songs:
Last Train To Clarksville (Boyce/Hart)
Tomorrow's Gonna Be Another Day (Boyce/Venet)

Lea Marmer, who plays the phony psychic Madame Roselle, later pops up in episode 28 (Monkees On The Line) as the policemans wife.
Henry Corden, who plays The Monkees landlord, Mr. Babbit, served as the voice of Fred Flintsone for The Flintsones cartoon series.
3.
'Monkee Vs. Machine'(The Monkees Section)
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The Monkees
Season 1, Episode 3
Jun 1966
TV.1966.09.26.1-3
The Monkees
Director: Robert Rafelson
Writer: David Panich
Producer: Robert Rafelson, Bert Schneider
Associate Producer: Ward Sylvester
Original Airdate: Sept 26, 1966

Stan Freberg stars as a headstrong company man who plans to automate an old-fashioned toy company. Mike, Davy, Micky and Peter throw in the obligatory Monkee wrench into his computerized scheme.

Featured songs:
Saturday's Child (Gates)
Last Train To Clarksville (Boyce/Hart)

Screen Gems original synopsis featured an alternate ending in which The Monkees landlord, Mr. Babbit (Henry Corden), places a furious phone call to they group after Peter sends a bunch of toys in lieu of the rent check.
Severn Darden, who plays toymaker J.B. Gugging Jr., returns playing the psychiatrist in episode 51, The Monkees' Paw.
4.
'Your Friendly Neighorhood Kidnappers'(The Monkees Section)
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The Monkees
Season 1, Episode 4
Jul 1966
TV.1966.10.03.1-4
The Monkees
Director: James Frawley
Writers: Dave Evans
Producer: Robert Rafelson, Bert Schneider
Associate Producer: Ward Sylvester
Original Airdate: Oct 3, 1966

When the Monkees make it to the finals of a band contest, a competing band's shady manager, Nick Trump (Andre Phillippe), claims that contest officials have assigned him to get the group publicity, but in reality he is out to sabotage them.

Featured songs:
Let's Dance On (Boyce/Hart)
(I'm Not Your) Steppin' Stone (Boyce/Hart)
Last Train To Clarksville (Boyce/Hart)

Making the first of three appearances on The Monkees is Vic Tayback as the dull-witted kidnapper George. Tayback's other appearances are in episode 16 (Son Of A Gypsy) as Rocco, and in episode 37 (Art, For Monkees' Sake) as Chuche the security guard. Tayback is best known as Mel on the TV series Alice.
5.
'The Spy Who Came In From The Cool'(The Monkees Section)
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The Monkees
Season 1, Episode 5
Jul 1966
TV.1966.10.10.1-5
The Monkees
Director: Robert Rafelson
Writers: Gerald Gardner, Dee Caruso
Producer: Robert Rafelson, Bert Schneider
Associate Producer: Ward Sylvester
Original Airdate: Oct 10, 1966

The Monkees are cast into the Cold War after Davy purchases a very special pair of "red" maracas.

Featured songs:
The Kind Of Girl I Could Love (Nesmith/Atkins)
(I'm Not Your) Steppin' Stone (Boyce/Hart)
All The King's Horses (Nesmith)
Saturday's Child (Gates)

Alternate song in reruns:
All Alone In The Dark (Albright/Soles)

All The King's Horses marked the first time a Monkees song was used on the TV series but not released on any album or single. It would remain unreleased until 1987.
6.
'Success Story'(The Monkees Section)
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The Monkees
Season 1, Episode 6
Aug 1966
TV.1966.10.17.1-6
The Monkees
Director: James Frawley
Writers: Gerald Gardner, Dee Caruso, Bernie Orenstein
Producer: Robert Rafelson, Bert Schneider
Associate Producer: Ward Sylvester
Original Airdate: Oct 17, 1966

In an effort to impress Davy's visiting gradfather, played by Ben Wright, the Monlkees conspire to make Jones look like a star.

Featured songs:
I Wanna Be Free (Boyce/Hart)
Sweet Young Thing (Goffin/King/Nesmith)
Saturday's Child (Gates)

Alternate song in reruns:
French Song (Chadwick)

The card playing, proverb spouting dummy the Monkees lovingly refer to as Mr. Schneider, was named for real life series creator/producer Bert Schneider.
Look for a cameo from veteran comedian Charlie Callas as the irate ice cream man.
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'Monkees In A Ghost Town'(The Monkees Section)
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The Monkees
Season 1, Episode 7
Jul 1966
TV.1966.10.24.1-7
The Monkees
Director: James Frawly
Writers: Peter Meyerson, Robert Schlitt
Producer: Robert Rafelson, Bert Schneider
Associate Producer: Ward Sylvester
Original Airdate: Oct 24, 1966

Due to Micky's poor navigation, the Monkees lose thier way en route to a gig and run out of gas in what they think is a deserted town.

Featured songs:
Tomorrow's Gonna Be Another Day (Boyce/Venet)
Pappa Gene's Blues (Nesmith)

This episode features actor Lon Chaney Jr. parodying his role of Lenny from the film adaptation of Of Mice And Men and Len Lesser, later known as Uncle Leo on Seinfeld. Rose Marie is best known from The Dick Van Dyke Show. She also stars in episode 27 (Monkee Mother).
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'Don't Look A Gift Horse In The Mouth'(The Monkees Section)
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The Monkees
Season 1, Episode 8
Jun 1966
TV.1966.10.31.1-8
The Monkees
Director: Robert Rafelson
Writer: Dave Evans
Producer: Robert Rafelson, Bert Schneider
Associate Producer: Ward Sylvester
Original Airdate: Oct 31, 1966

After Davy innocently agrees to take care of a youngster's horse, the Monkees face either breaking the little boy's heart, or certain eviction.

Featured songs:
Papa Gene's Blues (Nesmith)
All The King's Horses (Nesmith)

Alternate songs in reruns:
I Never Thought It Peculiar (Boyce/Hart)

This episode features veteran comedian/actor Jerry Colonna playing the wacky veterinarian Dr. Mann. Colonna's trademark walrus mustache and bulging eyes were part of more than a dozen memorable motion pictures.
Screen Gem's original script synopsis called for Davy to be confronted by a boy with a baby elephant (instead of a camel) in the show's tag sequence.
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Date of creation: 09 Aug 2017 09:43:08
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Type of media: Official Blu-ray


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