Shout! Factory brings you your favorite back to school gang from Bayside High Saved By The Bell: The Complete Collection it aired from 1989 to 1993, for a generation of TV viewers, "Saved by the Bell" was the show that perfectly echoed their lives in middle school and high school and it became a cultural touchstone, changing teen programming forever. To help this ultimate collector's release matriculate, the pop culture mavens at Shout! have assembled an extra-credit worthy line-up of bonus programming, including two Brand New documentary featurettes: "Past Times at Bayside High: Making Saved by the Bell," a retrospective documentary featuring interviews with writer/producer Peter Engel, producer Franco Bario, writer/producer Tom Tenowich, writer/producer Bennett Tramer, actress Lark Voorhies, and more; and, "Bayside's Greatest Hits: The Music Of Saved By The Bell," a documentary short featuring songwriter/composer Scott Gale and composer Rich Eames! Additional bonuses include more in-depth featurettes, audio commentaries, a 16-page episode guide and more!
Set in the fictional town of Palisades, California and in the hallways of Bayside High, the breezy adventures of Zack Morris (Mark-Paul Gosselaar) and his friends -- Kelly Kapowski (Tiffani-Amber Thiessen), A.C. Slater (Mario Lopez), Jessie Myrtle Spano (Elizabeth Berkley), Lisa Turtle (Lark Voorhies), and Samuel "Screech" Powers (Dustin Diamond) unspooled in hilarious fashion across 86 unforgettable episodes and home audiences can relive the laughter, lessons, and love all over again with this loaded set containing more than 46 incredible hours of Bayside bliss, including every episode from 1988's "Good Morning, Miss Bliss" which became "Saved By the Bell: The Junior High Years" and the fan-favorite "Saved by the Bell" to "Saved By the Bell: The College Years" and the two feature-length TV movies that followed.
Complete List of Bonus Features
NEW Documentary features: "Past Times at Bayside High: Making Saved by the Bell" and "Bayside's Greatest Hits: The Music Of Saved By The Bell"
Featurette: "Saturday Morning: From Toons To Teens"
Featurette: "It's Alright: Back To The Bell"
Featurette: "The First of Its Class: From Sit-Com To Icon"
16 Page Episode Guide
My Opinion: I watched Saved By The Bell every Saturday morning which by the way was the only day cartoons were on. I was a teen and my favorite was Slater and who did not have a crush on him? I enjoyed watching this and reliving my teenage years.
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