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Final Transformers Series' Available On DVD in the UK

Date: 2004 August 5th Thursday [17:38] | Posted By: Joe

We've just been sent the press release for the UK edition of Transformers. Seasons 3 & 4 are due out on August 30th, while Season 1 is set for October 11th. There's more than meets the eye with these titles!
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Press release as follows:

FINAL TRANSFORMERS SERIES' AVAILABLE ON DVD

IN AUGUST & SEPTEMBER

FREE COLLECTORS TIN AVAILABLE WITH SEASON ONE

Seasons 3 & 4 - August 30th / Season 1 - October 11th

Fans of the cult hit TV series Transformers are in for a big treat this autumn as Metrodome Distribution releases all of the remaining series' on DVD for the first time. The sensational sci-fi stories of shape shifting robots were a huge smash in the 1980s and now all four seasons are back for fans to collect. With Season two already available in the shops, Seasons 3 and 4 will be available from 30th August and Season 1 available from 11th October.

A cool collector's tin that can hold all DVD box sets will also be available free of charge with Season One.

Seasons 3 & 4

All thirty episodes from Season 3 plus Rebirth parts 1, 2 and 3 from Season 4 will be available on an incredible DVD boxset packed with bonus features including:

  • Quiz
  • Original Scripts
  • Auto Assembly 2004 Footage
  • Fan Art Gallery
  • Interview – Andrew Wildman
  • Interview - Lee Sullivan
  • Easter Egg
  • Limited Edition Postcards
  • Beast Within Consequences – Comic

Season 1

Containing all sixteen episodes from Season 1, DVD bonus features include the extras:

  • Transformerscon 2004 – Canadian Convention
  • Quiz
  • Character Profiles
  • Fan Art Gallery
  • Original Scripts Season 1 and Season 2 Part 1
  • More extras still tbc

Season 3 & 4 Release Date: 30th August 2004
Running Time: 12 hrs approx
Certificate: U
Retail Price: 29.99

Season 1 Release Date: 11th October 2004
Running Time: 5 hrs 10 mins approx
Certificate: U
Retail Price: 24.99

Source: TransformersDVD.com

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