Xena Warrior Princess - Season 6

Xena Warrior Princess - Season 6

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Director: Charles Siebert, Charlie Haskell, Chris Martin-Jones, Garth Maxwell

Cast: Charles Siebert, Charlie Haskell, Chris Martin-Jones, Garth Maxwell

     
 
This sixth and final season of Xena: Warrior Princess arrives on DVD full of supplemental materials, as did every DVD release of this program's first five seasons. Each episode is presented in the original broadcast aspect ratio of 1.33:1. English soundtracks are rendered in Dolby Digital 5.1. In addition to interviews with over a dozen members of the

Overview

This sixth and final season of Xena: Warrior Princess arrives on DVD full of supplemental materials, as did every DVD release of this program's first five seasons. Each episode is presented in the original broadcast aspect ratio of 1.33:1. English soundtracks are rendered in Dolby Digital 5.1. In addition to interviews with over a dozen members of the cast and crew, this set contains commentaries by various people associated with the show, five featurettes including one about the mood on the set on the last day of filming, bloopers, a still photo gallery, and the director's cut of the two-part episode "Friend in Need."

Product Details

Release Date:
03/08/2005
UPC:
0013131276695
Rating:
NR
Source:
Starz / Anchor Bay
Sound:
[Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]
Time:
17:20:00

Special Features

Closed Caption; Interviews with Liz Friedman, Eric Gruendemann, Jane Holland, Michael Hurst, Lucy Lawless, William Gregory Lee, Joel Metzger, Renee O'Connor, RJ Stewart, Rob Tapert, Adrienne Wilkinson, and many more; Audio commentaries with Lucy Lawless, Renee O'Connor, Rob Tapert, and Joel Metzger; Alternate director's cuts and deleted scenes; Featurettes: "To Helicon and Back Dailies," "Bringing Monsters to Life at K.N.B. EFX Group - Part 3," "Xena Live - Fan Convention," "In the Beginning," "A Fond Farewell" - On the set of the final episode; Director's cut version of "A Friend in Need" 1 & 2; Xena season-one promo; Bloopers; Never-before-seen on-set footage; Production drawings and sketches; Photo gallery; CD-ROM: Actor, writer, and director bios, series trivia, chronicles, extensive original production designs and sketches

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Lucy Lawless Actress,Xena,Annie
Michael Hurst Nevil
Renee O'Connor Actress,Gabrielle,Mattie
Adrienne Wilkinson Eve,Eve/Livia
Alexandra Tydings Aphrodite
Alison Bruce Kahina
Brittney Powell Brunnhilda
Claire Stansfield Alti,Alexis Los Alamos
Kevin Smith Ares
Marton Csokas Borias,Lord Belach
Ted Raimi Joxer
Tsianina Joelson Varia
William Gregory Lee Virgil
Charmaine Guest Greba
Craig Parker Bellerophon
Darien Takle Cyrene
Ian Harcourt Rubio
Karl Urban Julius Caesar
Katie Stuart Genia
Michelle Ang Akemi
Rawiri Paratene Tazere
Renato Bartolomei Beowulf
Sandy Winton Prince Morloch
Alex Mendoza Lucifer
Alexander Petersons Odin
Alisha Wall Clea
Anthony Ray Parker Mephistopholes
Danielle Cormack Ephiny
John Wielemaker Djindar Alpha Male
Kirstie O'Sullivan Gwyn-Tier
Mac Jeffrey Ong Kenji
Noel Coutts Gasgar
Owen Black Korah
Sela Apera Queen Marga
Taungaroa Emile Frankus
Willa O'Neill Lila

Technical Credits
Charles Siebert Director
Charlie Haskell Director
Chris Martin-Jones Director
Garth Maxwell Director
John Fawcett Director
John Laing Director
Josh Becker Director
Mark Beesley Director
Michael Hurst Director
Renee O'Connor Director
Rick Jacobson Director
Robert Tapert Director

Scene Index

Side #1 -- Disc 1
1. We're Not Strangers [6:28]
2. Calling in a Favor [9:25]
3. Getting Antsy [6:49]
4. Eve Must Die [6:14]
5. To the Death [15:29]
1. What Happened Here? [4:51]
2. I Will Find You [8:53]
3. Portal to Hell [8:51]
4. Mephistopheles [13:35]
5. This Is My Fight [8:10]
1. He May Be Perfect [7:04]
2. Worldly Delights [8:28]
3. Sinners at Heart [11:01]
4. Dirty Work [6:27]
5. Baiting a Trap [10:28]
Side #2 -- Disc 2
1. I Want Vengeance [5:49]
2. Suicide Mission [8:41]
3. Number One Wife [9:30]
4. She'll Make It [10:57]
5. Do It Now [9:29]
1. Evening the Odds [7:43]
2. Desert Hospitality [12:11]
3. Confession [5:11]
4. This Changes Everything [7:15]
5. Saved by the Romans [12:02]
1. A Bad Day [5:01]
2. Cannibals [6:34]
3. Tough Spot [11:23]
4. Damming the River [9:48]
5. Cooking Something Up [11:33]
Side #3 -- Disc 3
1. I'm Waiting for You [7:09]
2. Still Keeping Secrets [12:34]
3. I Want More [7:06]
4. The Rhein Maidens [8:22]
5. Grindl [8:40]
1. Tough to Kill [6:34]
2. Power of the Ring [10:47]
3. Slaying the Beast [8:36]
4. Fighting for Gabrielle [9:16]
5. Curse of the Ring [9:12]
1. Lady of the Ring [6:39]
2. The Wedding of Hrothgar [8:36]
3. I Am Not This Xena [7:28]
4. No Bloodshed [10:36]
5. Into the Flames [11:12]
Side #4 -- Disc 4
1. Scumbag Convention [6:12]
2. Ares Ain't Livin' Here [7:29]
3. This Is Personal [15:22]
4. Stalling [8:21]
5. Nice Moves [7:03]
1. A Message [6:10]
2. Hunting Ground [10:45]
3. Lessons [8:20]
4. Leave Xena for Me [7:51]
5. Face to Face [11:20]
1. New Desperate Times [6:47]
2. Guest of Honor [9:01]
3. Floor Show [7:38]
4. Lust and Violence [5:53]
5. Final Kiss [15:00]
Side #5 -- Disc 5
1. A Long Way From Home [4:33]
2. This Interview Is Over [7:46]
3. Ares' Love Slave? [11:53]
4. Just Doing My Job [9:14]
5. The Golden Apples [11:00]
1. Message of Peace [6:32]
2. No Honor [9:10]
3. Xena for the Defense [9:01]
4. It's What I Do [7:00]
5. Out of Guilt [12:45]
1. Strong Amazon Nation [6:36]
2. Going to War [6:50]
3. Taking the Beach [11:21]
4. No Longer Queen [7:06]
5. Cold and Ruthless [12:37]
Side #6 -- Disc 6
1. Everything We Hoped For [6:16]
2. Preparing for Download [7:11]
3. Something's Had an Effect [5:58]
4. Welcome to the Future [8:35]
5. The Real Truth [16:29]
1. It Can't Be [4:32]
2. Face of Her Past [6:06]
3. Just Ambitious [10:53]
4. How Far You've Come [9:55]
5. Kill Him! [12:06]
1. Tampering With Fate [5:04]
2. Empress of Rome [8:23]
3. Falsely Accused [8:16]
4. I Know the Truth [14:04]
5. Burning the Loom [8:40]
Side #7 -- Disc 7
1. No Practical Jokes [6:34]
2. Blindly Devoted [9:19]
3. An Evil Myth [8:06]
4. Follow My Lead [8:14]
5. This Ends Here [12:14]
1. Xena Was Married [4:34]
2. The Missing Time [8:21]
3. Will You Be My Wife? [6:07]
4. One Small Demand [11:32]
5. You Want My Soul [13:48]
1. Message From Akemi [6:55]
2. A Great Teacher [9:49]
3. Sacred Katana [7:44]
4. Restore My Honor [13:27]
5. Know What I Know [6:27]
Side #8 -- Disc 8
1. Now You Asked for It [7:05]
2. Difficult to Explain [6:41]
3. I Won't Lose You [7:24]
4. Gabrielle's Challenge [8:26]
5. I Can't Come Back [14:45]

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Xena Warrior Princess - Season 6 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I love season six of Xena; these episodes are so great! The drama is outstanding when it’s meant to be, such as in ‘Coming Home’, and ‘Who’s Gurkan’. The comedy is also great! My favorite comedy episode of all times ‘Old Ares Had A Farm’ is in this season; picture the handsome god of war, Ares (played by the late, great Kevin Smith), with no powers, on a farm with Xena and Gabrielle trying to get everything running smoothly while every warlord in the known world attempts to hunt down the former god. It’s just a classic. This season is filled with great stories and wonderful action. In addition to the wonderful episodes the box set also has some great interviews. Being a mega fan I would have loved to have seen more interviews, but I’m grateful to have what was given to us. I recommend this set to everyone willing and able to purchase it!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I only recently got the Xena bug, but in a very short amount of time I found myself watching all 6 seasons on DVD. Season 6 is by far the most over-the-top, and in some cases it works and in some it doesn't. The big focus has always been on the last two episodes "A Friend in Need I, II." Personally, I really don't enjoy the last two episodes because in some ways they just seemed so detached from the rest of the show. Any Xena fan will have his or her own opinion on that of course - some more strongly than others! Overall I felt like Season 6 delivered the goods and was filled with some especially enjoyed the behind the scenes segment of Lucy Lawless and Renee O'Connor on the set of the final episode. A must-have for Xena fans.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I like season 6 of Xena, it has a sense of urgency throughout. Loose ends are tied up and the morality of it all gets greyer and greyer. Kevin Smith also takes his top off in the brilliant 'Old Ares had a farm' The extras are what we have come to expect from a Xena DVD release, commentries, deleted scenes and interviews. But this time you get the directors cut of 'A friend in need' finale, which was originally released on its own. Treat yourself. buy it.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Xena Season Six was an extraordinary final farewell to our heroine Xena. Epic battles, Exhilarating Drama, and life-long friend ships in our own hearts is the moral of the season. Seeing the DVD on sale on the official website, I knew it was a must buy for a fan like me, and anyone who enjoys action, betrayal, and remarkable storylines. In this season I would have to say that my favorite episodes were, “Who’s Gurkan?”, “Old Ares had a Farms,” and “To Helicon and Back.” You see Gabrielle becoming a warrior, and finally actually being a legend, and actual warrior. The acting in the season six is outstandingly well. When I watch the characters “Xena” and “Gabrielle” I don’t see the actors, but the characters. The DVD does not fall short of extras. Having Dolby Digital 5.1 very much improves the viewing. It has, along with the many commentaries, and interviews; it has photo gallery, bloopers, on set of the final episode, and the interesting “Xena Convention 2004”, and MUCH more! Overall this season ranks 2nd in all of the seasons (6) of Xena. Five out of five stars! This is a must buy, and is an astonishingly beautiful yet heartbreaking end to our idol called “Xena, Warrior Princess.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Show was awesome. Sad that this was the final season. Could of done better with the show but something was missing. Now we just wonder, what will they do now since Xena is a spirit to let the other spirits free and Gabrielle now learns how to throw and catch the Chakram plus her hair is much better and outfit is cooler too, she's look more like a warrior but still feels weak for some reason. And also Xena's daughter Eve, and Joxer's son and the amazon's will they meet each other again? Those are the questions we need answers too but looks like we'll never know or will we ?
Guest More than 1 year ago
Lucy Lawless and Renee O’Conner are amazing to watch. In season six they had their characters down so well and they were so good at what they did. Gabrielle was really coming into her own; she was starting to take the lead a lot more (which would come in handy in the series finale). These episodes are some of the best. I really liked the Norse trilogy; I enjoyed watching evil Xena (she really was very evil!). Also there was the classic comedy “Old Ares Had A Farm”. There are no duds in this season, in my opinion. In addition to the wonderful episodes I am also really enjoying the commentary and interviews. Although I wouldn’t mind having more extras, I am satisfied with what they gave us! This is a great DVD box set for everyone to own!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Season 6 has several great episodes and the DVD includes a lot more cast and crew interviews than any other, almost one for each episode, which I enjoy watching as a Xena fan. The season 6 DVD of Xena has been claimed as the most exclusive yet and loaded with bonus features. It includes interviews with the Interviews with the Actors, Producers, Editors, Writers, Set and Costume Designers including: Liz Friedman, Eric Gruendemann, Jane Holland, Michael Hurst, Lucy Lawless, William Gregory Lee, Joel Metzger, Renee O’Connor, RJ Stewart, Rob Tapert, Adrienne Wilkinson, and many more. I love this feature simply because it was very informative and even funny, at times. It is very interesting to see the actors talk about their roles and the storylines. Also, the various producers and directors comments give excellent and insightful background on what were the intentions behind an episode, the complexities and challenges involved in getting it done, and their perception on whether or not the attempted vision was successful or not. This excellent DVD box set even includes never before seen footage of deleted and alternate scenes! These features are also the most enjoyable and most watched for any fans of a show. They present several perspectives of how the story could have developed and they intrigue the viewers. Similarly, the blooper reels are hilarious and so worth watching. They show the “human side” of these “supernatural” actors/actresses and I love it so much. Another feature that is worth mentioning is the photo gallery, which shows a beautiful retrospective of the characters of Xena.
Guest More than 1 year ago
In a collection like no other, the 6th season is simply astounding. One of the best action/adventure shows only gets better, but unfortunately to a close in the sixth installment. Xena, throughout the seasons redefined the role of the female action hero & it's last run exceeds great expectations. Mind-blowing & exhilarating, season Six on DVD is a must-own for any Xena fan!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This set is absolutely rocking! There are a lot of interviews, commentaries and behind the scene extras that put most other TV show sets to same. If you're new to the fandom or have been under a rock and missed the 6th season, then pick up the set today! You won't be disappointed. Satisfication guarnateed!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Love, humor , dramma, and action. Xena hints evil with style, creativity and humor. Season 6 is filled with amazing episods that are must seen and with a suprizing season finale, Go pick it up know.
Guest More than 1 year ago
In the final season, xena must deal with her grown up daughter who becomes something like her back in her days and a beloved character gets killed in the process. The end to a wonderful always remembered show for the next generation.