Posted by sean on March 19, 2006 at 2:11 pm in Television with No Comments

The Maid Marian and Her Merry Men DVD arrived yesterday. The series from the late 80’s/early 90’s will be fondly remembered by anyone aged 18-30 who watched it when it was originally aired. Along with Round the Twist, Maid Marian is quite arguably the best kids TV show ever.

The DVD is very well presented; it would have been so easy for the BBC just to stick the episodes on a disc in a flimsy box with no extras and VHS quality video & audio. This is not the case, the DVD is very well packaged, the soundtrack and picture remastered and a good selection of extras, including commentary from Tony Robinson on episode 1, it’s just a shame all six episodes didn’t have this feature.

As for entertainment, the show is just as funny as I remembered it, there are also a few adult jokes and references which, as a seven year old you would not get watching back in 1989.

All in all a top DVD, Series 2 is scheduled for a summer 2006 release, something to look forward to.

For more “Marian Memories”, or if you are too tight to buy the DVD, take a look at this website, full of sound clips, screen captures and facts on the cult TV show.

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