Changes made to home video of our favorite series
Many of the blog’s favorite television series have made it to home video over the past decade — but not exactly as they appeared during their original run.
Some of this is a given. “Bumpers,” where we’re told the show will be back after a station break, and previews for coming episodes are usually clipped before going out for home video.
Still, sometimes changes are made for other reasons. Here’s a look at the differences between the shows as they appeared first run and what you get on home video.
The Man From U.N.C.L.E. (1964-68): When the series made its home video debut in 2007 some musical changes were made.
For example, some first-episodes use a different version of Jerry Goldsmith’s U.N.C.L.E. theme. The Project Strigas Affair, the ninth episode aired, uses the version of the theme (arranged by Morton Stevens) utilized for most…
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