Buffalo Bill: Seasons 1 & 2

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Special Features

Closed Caption; 4x3 full screen version; 2.0 Dolby Stereo; English closed captioning; Episode selection
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 9/6/2005
  • UPC: 031398178118
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  • Source: Lions Gate
  • Region Code: 1
  • Time: 10:30:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 38,454

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Disc #1 -- Buffalo Bill: The Complete First and Second Seasons, Disc 1
   Play Season One
   Season One Episodes
      Pilot Episode
      Buffalo Beat
      Woody Quits
      Buffalo Bill and the Movies
      Mrs. Buffalo Bill?
      Wilkinson's Sword
      Guess Who's Coming to Buffalo?
      Below the Belt
Disc #2 -- Buffalo Bill: The Complete First and Second Seasons, Disc 2
   Play Season One and Two
   Season One and Two Episodes
      Ratings
      True Love
      The Fan
      Hackles
      Hit the Road, Newdell
      Jerry Lewis Week
      The Interview
      Company Ink
      Jo-Jo's Problem Part 1
Disc #3 -- Buffalo Bill: The Complete First and Second Seasons, Disc 3
   Play Season Two
   Season Two Episodes
      Jo Jo's Problem Part 2
      Miss WBFL
      Nuclear Freeze
      The Girl on the Jetty
      Buffalo Bill Versus the Kremlin
      A Hero
      The Tap Dancer
      Have Yourself a Very Degrading Christmas
      Church of the Poisoned Mind
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A brilliant "dark" comedy

    Only once in a while does a show this clever come along. Buffalo Bill Bittiner (Dabney Coleman) is an arrogant, self-centered, misogynistic pig, who hosts a low budget local talk show in Buffalo, NY. While the concept of an off-color comedy based on such a vile character will not appeal to all audiences, this show had many layers, and was very well written and executed. On the surface, the show focused on the offensive, yet hilarious, antics of Dabney’s character, but below the surface is an insecure, paranoid, confused, and cowardly train wreck of a man -- not that one should feel sorry for him. Bill Bittiner may think his “assertive” antics conceal his flaws and insecurities from his co-workers and TV audience, but these antics are transparent to everyone but Bill, and only added comedic and ironic flavor to the show. Not only was Dabney Coleman brilliant in this role, but so was his supporting cast. His research assistant was played by a young Gina Davis, his faithful stage hand by the late John Fiedler (the voice of Piglet), and his makeup man was played by Charles Robinson, who later directed Night Court. There were also a number of notable guest appearances such as: Oscar winner Martin Landau, comedian Julie Brown, and an uncredited appearance by Jim Carrey. Most of the show focused on Bill Bittinger’s antics, but there were also some genuine moments and meaningful side-skits acted out by Coleman’s diverse cast of supporting characters. This show did not do so well in prime time, and I was very disappointed to see it canceled.. I suspect that too many viewers found Coleman’s character too much to bear, even if taken with a grain of salt. Nevertheless, I was thrilled when I found out that the complete series was released on DVD, even though it took 20 years.

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