Buffy the Vampire Slayer - The Chosen Collection

Buffy the Vampire Slayer - The Chosen Collection

Director: Alan J. Levi, Bill L. Norton, Charles Martin Smith
Cast: Bruce Seth Green

DVD (Includes book)

Product Details

Release Date: 09/19/2006
UPC: 0024543212904
Original Release: 0000
Rating: NR
Source: 20th Century Fox

Special Features

Introduction by Joss Whedon; Back to the Hellmouth: A Conversation with Creators and Cast; Breaking Barriers: It's Not a Chick Fight Thing; Love Bites: Relationships in the Buffyverse; Evil Fiends; Buffy: An Unlikely Role Model; Buffy Cast and Crew: Favorite Episodes

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Kaarina Aufranc Nancy
D.B. Woodside Principal Robin Wood
Emma Caulfield Anya Emerson
Jack Sundmacher Actor
Mark Metcalf the Master
Sarah Michelle Gellar Buffy Summers
Alyson Hannigan Willow Rosenberg
Amber Benson Tara Maclay
Andrew J. Ferchland The Anointed One
Eliza Dushku Faith
Hinton Battle Sweet
Tom Lenk Andrew
Adam Busch Warren
Camden Toy Ubervamp
Christopher Wiehl Owen
Danny Strong Jonathan
Iyari Limon Kennedy
Kali Rocha Halfrek
Ken Lerner Principal Flutie
Kristine Sutherland Joyce Summers
Marti Noxon Parking Ticket Woman
Nicholas Brendon 'Xander' Harris
Andy Umberger D'Hoffryn
Anthony Head Rupert 'Ripper' Giles
Brett Wagner Trucker
Clara Bryant Molly
David Fury Mustard Man
Dean Butler Hank Summers
Geoff Meed Andrew Borba
Ryan Browning Richard
Casey Sanders Mr. Harris
Daniel Weaver Handsome Young Man
David Boreanaz Liam/Angelus/Angel
Indigo Rona
Julie Benz Darla
Paul-Felix Montez Mysterious guy
Steven W. Bailey Cave Demon
Brian Thompson Luke
Elizabeth Anne Allen Amy
James Marsters William the Bloody/Spike
Charisma Carpenter Cordelia Chase
Seth Green Daniel 'Oz' Osborne
Alexis Denisof Wesley Wyndam-Pryce
Michelle Trachtenberg Dawn Summers
Emma Caulfield Anya
Marc Blucas Riley Finn

Technical Credits
Alan J. Levi Director
Bill L. Norton Director
Bruce Seth Green Director
Charles Martin Smith Director
Chris Hibler Director
Daniel Attias Director
David Fury Director
David Greenwalt Director
David Grossman Director
David Semel Director
David Solomon Director
Deran Sarafian Director
Douglas Petrie Director
Ellen S. Pressman Director
James A. Contner Director
James Grossman Director
James Whitmore Director
John T. Kertchmer Director
John T. Kretchmer Director
Joss Whedon Writer,Director
Marita Grabiak Director
Marti Noxon Director
Michael Gershman Director
Michael Lange Director
Michael N. Grossman Director
Nick Marck Director
Regis Kimble Director
Reza S. Badiyi Director
Rick Rosenthal Director
Scott Brazil Director
Seth Green Director
Stephen Cragg Director
Stephen L. Posey Director
Tucker Gates Director
Turi Meyer Director
Bruce Seth Director

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Buffy the Vampire Slayer - The Chosen Collection 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 57 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Buffy the Vampire Slayer premiered as a midseason replacement on the fledgling WB network in the Spring of 1997. The series instantly garnered rave reviews from critics and established a small but loyal fan base. Sarah Michelle Gellar stared as Buffy, a teenage girl torn between the isolation inherent in her role as the slayer and her desire to maintain normalcy and a social life. More than about fighting vampires, the show was ultimately about combating inner demons, with the corporeal monsters serving as metaphors for those which lie within. The supernatural element quickly became a vehicle for metaphor and symbolism and, as a result, the series was able to explore growing up (along with many other themes) with an originality rarely seen on television. Another of the series strong points was the sense of community developed by Buffy and her friends over the years (the self-proclaimed Scooby Gang). These interpersonal relationships were among the best on television most of the characters that populated Sunnydale were dynamic, interesting, and ultimately realistic (I know, shocking for a show called Buffy the Vampire Slayer. The show's dialogue is witty and original, and the arcs are all engaging and entertaining, but the writers' pinnacle achievement is their ability to tell long, careful, meticulously crafted stories in an episodic format. All 144 episodes of the series are self-contained yet they also contribute to an overriding season arc, and ultimately, these seasons compile to illustrate the slayer's full journey. Joss Whedon, series creator and executive producer, was also able to use his creation to explore many genres of cinematic storytelling: Buffy successfully ventured into silent film, musical, and harrowing drama. The standout episodes that were produced from these experiments (Hush, Once More with Feeling, & The Body) receive the most consistent praise, but the series' true strength comes from its ability to routinely juggle drama, comedy, and horror. Buffy ran for seven seasons, and in retrospect it has become the standard by which many genre shows are measured. This series is commonly affecting, genuinely entertaining, and has become an important part of pop culture. These DVDs contain an amazing 7 year ride that I encourage you to investigate or revisit.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I am so glad I bought this box set. I wasn't really able to follow the show while it was on TV, but I rediscovered it on Hulu and fell in love. It continues to get more and more interesting and exciting with each passing season. The packaging is very cool and useful. I also love all the special features! Definitely a must-buy for old and new fans alike.
Technowitch More than 1 year ago
The perfect way to just lose yourself in funny, engaging, Vampire Slayage for lots of hours. This series is great for when you sick, or just bored and want some easy-to-watch entertainment. I'd have to say, too, these folks are getting better with the packaging, realizing people don't have endless shelf space. This one box contains all 40 discs in the set. My only complaint is that sometimes the video transfer isn't the best (but I've a feeling the original aired version wasn't much better), and on some of the discs, the chapter settings are such that you can't just skip the credits by jumping forward to the next. But if you like Buffy & the Scoobs -- this is the set to get.
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Earlier this year, I decided to give this show a go since I'd heard nothing but rave reviews. I found it a little hard to believe, especially considering the title and basic plot elements, that a show like this could be as great as everybody makes it out to be. Well, shock horror, it IS. I bought Season 1 and 2 in their individual cases, and before I even made it through Season 1 (one of the weakest seasons of the show), I bought the entire Chosen Collection, a purchase I definitely don't regret. If you make it through Season 1 thinking the show is pretty much crap, don't worry, by the end of Season 2, the Whedon & co. show what they can really do in some of the series' best episodes. And it only gets better from there. The packaging itself is quite nice and compact. It doesn't take up much less space than the individual season cases, but if you're a sucker for special packaging, like me, then this is a good'un. The bonus disc included also has some nice features and videos with the cast and crew. Buffy is my absolute favorite show. Don't let the title fool you into thinking it's anything short of brilliant.
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bought as a gift for a buffy fan who was thrilled to have such a nicely packaged boxed set. when i bought it from b&n with an online coupon, i thought it was a great deal (the best i'd seen in a year of tracking prices) but soon after found it very deeply discounted at a big box store. kept the b&n purchase, but would have liked a better price.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The TV series was great, however the DVD's are a little darker which makes it hard to see what is happening. Overall good buy, however alittle pricey.
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Scribbles-A-Lot More than 1 year ago
Go Buffy! Woo-hoo!
Aglaia More than 1 year ago
I was a big Buffy fan back in the days, but never actually saw all seasons, until a couple of months ago, I realized what a huge mistake I had made and immediately acquired this neat box set. First off, Buffy is based on such a simple little idea, yet it has depth, humanity, humor, morality, friendship, love, cool plotlines, good acting, and it is plain unforgettable. Once you start watching, you can`t stop. There are those tiny details, that convince you that this is top-notch, first-rate work. The Chosen Collection is a must-have for all old and new Buffy fans. The dvd collection has some extras, which are good, but frankly, I just go for the actual series all the time.
Ash84 More than 1 year ago
Great series to own and be able to watch again. My only issues are that some of the DVDs do not play correctly on several episodes (this has happened on at least 5 DVDs that I have seen so far). The show itself is great, but some of the menus to get to the episodes are repetitive and annoying to click through if you are watching a few in a row.
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