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Buffy The Vampire Slayer - Season 1 Box Set (3 Discs)

Released on 11 October 2003

Featuring: Sarah Michelle Gellar, Anthony Stewart Head & Alyson Hannigan

Format: DVD | Rating: 15 years & over

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Welcome to the Hellmouth... Girl Power stalks the streets and graveyards of Sunnydale, kicking out and laying waste to the vast pools of vampire scum that threatens to overrun not only the unassuming little town, but the entire known world.

Season One brings Buffy into contact with her Watcher, Giles (Anthony Stewart Head), as well as the support gang who will help her in her quest to combat evil: Willow (Alyson Hannigan), Xander (Nicholas Brendon), Cordelia (Charisma Carpenter) and the love of her life, Angel (David Boreanaz).


Includes the episodes:

Welcome To The Hellmouth: Sophomore Buffy Summers transfers to Sunnydale High to make a fresh start but can't escape her destiny as a slayer, because Sunnydale just happens to be at the mouth of Hell.

The Harvest: Buffy swings into action in a fight to the death with the Master, a powerful vampire intent on making a meal of her newfound friends and re-opening the mouth of Hell.

Witch: School spirit gets ugly when cheerleader tryouts take a supernatural turn, and Buffy gets bewitched as she tries to make the squad.

Teacher's Pet: Buffy gets bugged by the substitute biology teacher who's seducing and devouring the boys at Sunnydale High.

Never Kill A Boy On The First Date: Buffy starts dating a classmate, but is interrupted by a vampire plot to lead her to hell.

The Pack: Buffy and Willow discover that all men are animals when Xander and the others boys from school are possessed by bloodthirsty demonic hyenas.

Angel: Buffy finds herself irresistibly drawn to the mysterious Angel, but must pull herself away when she uncovers his terrible secret and ungodly past.

I, Robot...You Jane: Reading can be fun, - unless there's a demon trapped in the book. Willow falls under a very literate spell that hides out on the Internet and puts Buffy's life on the line.

The Puppet Show: Someone or something is killing the school's talent show contestants for their organs, and all eyes are on a spooky ventriloquist dummy named Sid.

Nightmares: When everyone's nightmares become reality, Buffy has to draw on her mental strength to put their terrible dreams to bed.

Out Of Mind: Ignore her at your own risk - Cordelia campaigns for the May Queen Crown, but the supernatural force of an unpopular girl conspires against her with dangerous consequences for Buffy and her friends.

Prophecy Girl: Buffy's future looks bleak when Giles discovers an ancient book that foretells her death and the end of the world but she's determined to survive and party at the Spring Fling...
  • Commentaries By Joss Whedon
  • Music Video: 'I Quit'
  • Cast Biographies (Approx 50 Pages)
  • Photo Galleries
  • Trailers
  • Interviews with Joss Whedon and David Boreanaz
  • Pilot Script

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 Welcome To The Hellmouth

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An introduction to Buffy and the gang, series 1 is a light-hearted series in many respects. Not only are there horrors of demons and vampires, but the horrors of high school are also recognised. Buffy finds it hard to settle in at first, but as the series progresses, she bonds with her friends and watcher over demon corpses and piles of vampire dust.

As well as Buffy, Xander, Willow and Giles, Angel is introduced - the broody vampire with a soul who makes women everywhere swoon. With other characters such as a overgrown preying mantis, an internet demon, and an invisible girl, this series is quirky and clever. With only 12 episodes in this series, it leaves you begging for more!

 How it all began!!

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I love Buffy and I am recently re-watching all of them at the moment, still finding them enjoyable. This first season gives us a taste and explination of what kinds of things Buffy does and that means not just slaying Vampires. She has to constantly battle other types of Demons, Witches, Robots, etc and all with very human attributes, which is what makes it so fascinating!!
In season one she has to fight The Master of the Vampires who threatens to rise and continue a reign of terror. Along the way, dealing with all the other kinds of mischeif which happens on the Hellmouth.
An excellent series and a must for both horror and drama fans!!

 The start of somthin new

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Buffy season 1 is great, it shows many different aspects of school life and what it would be like to fight a giant praying mantis, internet demon and even a bat faced vampire called the Master well trying to fit in. Joss Whedon has created the greatest program when it consernes mixing thriller/horror with a great scenes of humor and mayhem. Along side pulp fiction which make the charactor silly and quick whitted it starts the seven season long program with a great acting crew and charactors. the story lines fit in with buffy and her friend trying to go to school get great jobs and slay the occasonal evil that trys to destroy the world.

 Amazing

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This is so worth the buy. After watching this i was dying to watch the rest of Buffy. I carried on buying and now own the whole seven seasons. if your considering buying it do so. You'll get introduced to many caracters and enter a world you couldn't imagine. You'll get totally hooked so do yourself a favour and buy it.

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ActorsSarah Michelle Gellar, Anthony Stewart Head, Alyson Hannigan, Nicholas Brendon, Charisma Carpenter & David Boreanaz
Certificate15 years and over
Year1996, 1997
ScreenFullscreen 4:3
LanguagesEnglish - Dolby (2.0) Stereo
Additional LanguagesFrench
SubtitlesEnglish ; French ; Dutch ; English for the hearing impaired
Duration8 hours and 48 minutes (approx)
RegionRegion 2 - Will only play on European Region 2 or multi-region DVD players.