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Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Seasons 1-7 (2003)

Region: 2
UPC/Barcode: 5039036048866
Released: 3rd October 2011
Release type: Retail Only
No. of Discs: 39
Catalogue No: 2729501069
Category: Television, Telefantasy
Format: DVD / Box Set
Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Seasons 1-7 (2003) (Box Set) (Retail Only)


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Film information

Based on: The film 'Buffy the Vampire Slayer'

Story: Every episode from all seven seasons of the teen fantasy show following the adventures of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. In Season 1, Buffy Summers (Sarah Michelle Gellar) moves from a stressful life in Los Angeles to the quiet town of Sunnydale, where she hopes to begin afresh. Little does she know that Sunnydale happens to be positioned over the Hellmouth, and the town is full of those our Buffy hoped to avoid: vampires... Season 2 begins with Buffy reluctantly returning to Sunnydale High after a summer away. A fiery relationship ignites between Buffy and Angel (David Boreanez), and proceeds to take a dangerous turn as his obsession starts edging closer to her heart and home - forcing her to take drastic action. Season 3 sees Willow (Alyson Hannigan), Xander (Nicholas Brendan) and Oz (Seth Green) continuing the business of vampire slaying - and wondering where their friend and leader Buffy has gone. Little do they know that Buffy has taken a job as a waitress in Los Angeles where she is living in a dumpy apartment and going by her middle name, Anne... Season 4 sees Buffy, Willow and Oz going to college at UC Sunnydale. Buffy immediately comes face to face with the leader of a gang of vampire thieves named Sunday. If that wasn't bad enough, it transpires that Buffy's roommate is a demon... In Season 5, Buffy and the Scooby Gang face - among other grizzly ghouls, vampires and demons - the greatest vampire of all time: Dracula. Buffy also has major boyfriend troubles. It's Xander who comes to Buffy's emotional rescue, shedding light on the fact that she has been holding her beau at a distance becuase she still harbours pain from her past relationship with Angel. In Season 6, dark clouds form on Sunnydale and black magic begins to seep in as Buffy falls out of heaven and back to Earth. The mood thickens as characters clash like never before. Finally, as Season 7 begins, the series takes a surprising turn with the re-opening of the High School (which was obliterated at the end of Season 3). This startling development brings about new challenges and threats, which promise that the battle against evil is far from over...

Starring: Sarah Michelle Gellar, Nicholas Brendon, Alyson Hannigan, Charisma Carpenter, David Boreanaz, Eliza Dushku, Michelle Trachtenberg, Anthony Head, K. Todd Freeman, Emma Caulfield, Alexis Denisof, Clare Kramer, Kristine Sutherland, Harry Groener, Franc Ross, Robia LaMorte, Mark Metcalf, Adam Busch, Iyari Limon, Andrew J. Ferchland, Serena Scott Thomas, Elizabeth Ann Allen, Kali Rocha, D.B. Woodside, Ashanti, Amber Benson, Juliet Landau, Danny Strong, Glenn Morshower, James Marsters, Tom Lenk, Thad Luckinbill, Indigo, Nathan Fillion, Sarah Hagan, Marc Blucas, Adam Kaufman, Dagney Kerr, Harris Yulin, Lindsay Crouse, Seth Green, John Ritter

Directed by: Joss Whedon, James Whitmore Jr., Douglas Petrie, Bruce Seth Green, James A. Contner, David Fury, John Kretchmer, Ellen S. Pressman, Michael E. Gershman, Tucker Gates, Turi Meyer, James Grossman, Alan J. Levi, David Greenwalt, Michael Lange, David Grossman, Regis B. Kimble, Rick Rosenthal, Marita Grabiak, David Solomon, Daniel Attias, Richard Rosenthal, David Semel, Nick Marck, Christopher Hibler, Marti Noxon, Michael Grossman

Produced by: Joss Whedon

Written by: Joss Whedon, Ty King, David Greenwalt, Dan Vebber, Steven S. DeKnight, Matt Kiene, David Fury, Jane Espenson, John Reinkemeyer, Douglas Petrie, Rebecca Rand Kirschner, Carl Ellsworth, Rebecca Rand Kirshner, Diego Gutierrez, Dean Batali, Rob Des Hotel, Drew Z. Greenberg, Drew Goddard, Tracey Forbes, Howard Gordon, Marti Noxon

DVD information

Studio/distributor: 20th Century Fox Home Ent.

Other releases of this film

Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Seasons 1-7 (2003) (Special Edition Box Set) (Deleted)