Cinema Sentries has teamed up with StarVista Entertainment/Time Life to award three lucky readers Season One of The Wonder Years on DVD, which be released on October 7.
According to the press release, "This fall, StarVista Entertainment/Time Life cordially invites you to fall in love all over again with The Wonder Years, one of television's most fondly remembered and groundbreaking sitcoms. Before there was Modern Family, That '70s Show or Freaks and Geeks, there was The Wonder Years -- a nostalgia-inducing take on the traditional family sitcom -- and one of the most beloved series of the past thirty years. On October 7th, The Wonder Years: Season One will be released nationally to retail - the first time the critical darling and Emmy Award-winning fan favorite will be available on DVD since the series left the airwaves in 1993.
"The 2-disc set, available for $19.95srp, includes all six unedited episodes from the unforgettable first season (1988), and features every song from the original broadcasts, with classics by Jimi Hendrix, The Byrds, Joni Mitchell, The Monkees, Steppenwolf and Smokey Robinson, plus Joe Cocker's timeless rendition of The Beatles' "With a Little Help from My Friends". The episodes, which feature closed captioning, include "Pilot," "Swingers," "My Father's Office," "Angel," "The Phone Call" and "Dance with Me," and highlights include Kevin's experiences with young love, his school's well-intentioned, though comedic, attempts at classroom sex education, and the incredible social pressures behind an innocent junior high school dance. Fans of the series will also thrill to the two hours of specially-produced bonus features, including "A Wonderful Day: Highlights from The Wonder Years Cast Reunion" (May 28, 2014, Los Angeles); the featurette "With a Little Help from My Friends: The Early Days of The Wonder Years" and brand-new, in-depth interviews with creators Neal Marlens and Carol Black, as well as series stars Fred Savage (Kevin Arnold), Danica McKellar (Winnie Cooper) and Josh Saviano (Paul Pfeiffer)."
The contest is only open to residents of the continental U.S. Read Ron's review.