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Life on Mars. The complete series
Uniform Title:
Life on Mars (Television program)
Publication Information:
Burbank, Calif. : Distributed by Buena Vista Home Entertainment, [2009]
Physical Description:
4 videodiscs (ca. 731 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
General Note:
DVD format ; region 1, widescreen (1.78:1, enhanced); Dolby Digital 5.1 surround, dual-layer, digitally mastered, NTSC.

Originally broadcast as individual episodes on ABC television during the 2008-2009 season.

Contains all 17 episodes from the series.

Special features: Disc 1: Audio commentary on "Out here in the fields." Disc 2: Audio commentary on "Things to do in New York when you think you're dead;" audio commentary on "The man who sold the world." Disc 4: Audio commentary on "Life is a rock;" "To Mars and back:" journey back to the '70s to see where the show's concept originated and discover hints to figure out where it's headed featurette; "The mind-trip reality of living in the '70s on a 2008 set" featurette; "Sunrise to sunset with Jason O'Mara:" experience Jason O'Mara's exhilarating and exhausting Life on Mars featurette; "Flashback: Lee Majors goes to Mars:" Lee Majors and Jason O'Mara step back into the past as they tour the set; spaced out: bloopers from the set; deleted scenes.
Out here in the fields -- The real adventures of the unreal Sam Tyler -- My Maharishi is bigger than your Maharishi -- Have you seen your mother, baby, standing in the shadows?

Things to do in New York when you think you're dead -- Tuesday's dead -- The man who sold the world -- The dark side of the mook -- Take a look at the lawmen.

Let all the children boogie -- Home is where you hang your holster -- The simple secret of the note in us all -- Revenge of broken jaw.

Coffee, tea, or Annie -- All the young dudes -- Everyone knows it's windy -- Life is a rock.
NYPD detective Sam Tyler finds himself walking both sides of the line between delusion and reality, when he is suddenly hurtled back in time to 1973 after being struck in an 2008 car accident. As Sam continues to figure out why he is struck in 1973, he continues to clash with colleagues and superiors over police procedure as they pursue a robbery suspect. A decorated Vietman War vet is beaten to death; a Puerto Rican man is accused of throwing a black girl off the roof of a building; a hostage situation takes place at the psychiatric ward of a hospital; a bank robbery involving the Russian mob starts a turf war; a councilman is shot and killed in the station causing it to go on lockdown.
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Digital Video Disc (DVD) Life on Mars
Digital Video Disc (DVD) Life on Mars

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