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Well subtitledHard of hearing subtitlesAngel: Season 5 (2004)

Region: 2
UPC/Barcode: 5039036019446
Released: 21st February 2005
Release type: Deleted
No. of Discs: 6
Catalogue No: 27282DVD
Category: Television, Telefantasy
Format: DVD / Box Set
Angel: Season 5 (2004) (Box Set) (Deleted)

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Well subtitled This DVD title is well subtitled - all or nearly all extras have English subtitles. [explanation]

Claimed subtitles: English, English for the hearing impaired, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, Norwegian, Swedish

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Submitted by jolansu on 7th December 2005:
Well subtitled"All the episodes, extras and commentaries are subtitled with either standard english or hoh."

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Story: All 22 episodes from Season 5 of the popular 'Buffy the Vampire Slayer' spin-off. In 'Conviction', Angel (David Boreanaz) is forced to stand in the way of a criminal going to jail after he threatens to release a chemical warfare virus that could detroy the whole of California. 'Just Rewards' sees Angel trying to stop a Necromancer from peddling fresh corpses to demons for disguises. In 'Unleashed', Angel is just too late to save a young woman, Nina (Jenny Mollen), from being bitten by a werewolf, but manages to save her life. In 'Hell Bound', a damned soul, Pavayne (Simon Templeman) is throwing loose spirits from Wolfram and Hart into Hell to avoid going there himself. 'Life of the Party' sees Lorne (Andy Hallett) losing sleep over the big Hallowe'en party he's been planning for the last month. 'The Cautionary Tale of Numero Cinco' sees the return of Tezcatcatl, an ancient Aztec warrior who takes the heart of a hero every 50 years to sustain his own existence. In 'Lineage', Wesley (Alexis Denisof) is surprised by a visit from his father, Roger Wyndham-Price (Roy Dotrice). In 'Destiny', a mysterious package arrives at Wolfram and Hart that recorporealises Spike, and the gang learn that the existence of two living ensouled vampire heroes is causing chaos in the world. 'Harm's Way' sees Harmony (Mercedes McNab) getting in trouble after she wakes up to find a dead vampire-bite victim in her bed, and no recollection of the events of the night before. In 'Soul Purpose', Angel is having nightmares about Spike taking over as vampire champion. 'Damage' sees Dana (Navi Rawat), a mental patient since the age of 10, escape from her psychiatric ward and begin a psychotic killing spree. In 'You're Welcome', Cordelia (Charisma Carpenter) awakens from her coma and helps Angel get back on track, reinstilling his confidence and reminding him that he does want to be a hero. In 'Why We Fight', a mysterious man from Angel's past, Lawson (Eyal Podell) arrives at Wolfram and Hart and takes the gang hostage. 'Smile Time' sees Angel attempting to put a stop to a popular children's show that is hypnotising children and stealing their life forces. In 'A Hole in the World', Fred (Amy Acker) becomes infected with a parastitic demon after opening a package containing an ancient sarcophagus and breathing in its dust. 'Shells' sees the demon Illyria fighting on undaunted, having taken over Fred's body and soul completely. In 'Underneath', Angel, Spike and Gunn (J. August Richards) track Lindsay (Christian Kane) down in a bizarre suburban setting, trying to elicit information about the ultimate plans of the Senior Partners. 'Origin' sees Angel refusing to help the parents of a boy possessed with supernatural abilities after realising that the boy is his own son, Connor (Vincent Kartheiser). In 'Time Bomb', Illyria's powers are weakening and her ability to jump through time is becoming erratic. In 'The Girl in Question', Angel and Spike travel to Rome with the intention of rescuing Buffy from their old nemesis The Immortal. 'Power Play' sees Angel appearing to develop an allegiance with an evil secret demon society, The Circle of the Black Thorn. Finally, in 'Not Fade Away', Angel and the gang prepare to bring down the evil Circle of the Black Thorn.

Starring: David Boreanaz, J. August Richards, Amy Acker, Andy Hallett, James Marsters, Mercedes McNab, Alexis Denisof, Leland Crooke, Danny Mora, Roy Dotrice, Treva Etienne, Juliet Landau, Christian Kane, David Michael Gangler, Danielle Nicolet, Tom Lenk, Navi Rawat, Jonathan M Woodward, Sarah Thompson, Victor Raider-Wexler, Joshua Hutchinson, Jenny Mollen, John Billingsley, Simon Templeman, Dorie Barton, Eyal Podell, Lindsey Lee Ginter, Scott Klace, Marc Vann, Jennifer Griffin, Jack Conley, Adam Baldwin, Dennis Christopher, Jaime Bergman, Jeff Yagher, Julia Lee, Charisma Carpenter, Vincent Kartheiser, Julie Benz

Directed by: Joss Whedon, James A. Contner, David Boreanaz, Marita Grabiak, Steven S. DeKnight, Bill L. Norton, Jeffrey Bell, Jefferson Kibbee, Skip Schoolnik, Vern Gillum, David Fury, Terence O'Hara, Ben Edlund, David Greenwalt

Written by: Joss Whedon, Drew Goddard, Jeffrey Bell, David Fury, Ben Edlund, Brent Fletcher, Elizabeth Craft, Sarah Fain, Steven S. DeKnight

DVD information

Studio/distributor: 20th Century Fox Home Ent.

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