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  • An MVD Exclusive
  • Format: Blu-ray
  • SKU: LIB-4028
  • UPC: 089353402822
  • Street Date: 05/24/22
  • PreBook Date: 04/05/22
  • Label: Liberation Hall »
  • Genre: Action/Adventure
  • Run Time: 1020 mins
  • Number of Discs: 5
  • Audio: STEREO
  • Year of Production: 1994
  • Region Code: 0
  • Box Lot: 20
  • Territory: WORLD
  • Language: English

 

Cast & Crew

  • Actor: Richard Eden
  • Actor: Yvette Nipar
  • Actor: Blu Mankuma
  • Actor: Martin Milner
  • Actor: Cliff DeYoung
  • Actor: John Rubenstein
  • Actor: Roddy Piper
  • Director: Various
  • Director: Various

 

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Robocop: The Series

Based on the classic 1987 film by Paul Verhoeven, ROBOCOP: THE SERIES stars Richard Eden (Shootfighter: Fight to the Death) as the titular cyborg.

Robocop: The Series
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Based on the classic 1987 film by Paul Verhoeven, ROBOCOP: THE SERIES stars Richard Eden (Shootfighter: Fight to the Death) as the titular cyborg.

''Delta City'' (the project OCP is trying to complete in the films) is now complete. Robocop/Alex Murphy (Eden) is now working for the Metro South Police Precinct along with his partner, Lisa Madigan (Yvette Nipar ''21 Jump Street'') and a new set of supporting characters, including precinct head Sgt. Stan Parks (Blu Mankuma, 2012), technician Charlie Lippencott (Ed Sahely, Maximum Risk) and an adopted orphan named Gadget (Sarah Campbell, Body Parts).

Starting with pilot episode (which uses an early script for RoboCop 2 as its basis) sees Robocop running into several new enemies including "Pudface" Morgan (James Kidnie, Bird on a Wire), Dr. Cray Z. Mallardo (Cliff De Young, The Craft), Commander Cash (Roddy Piper, WWE and They Live) and Corrupt Corporate Executive Chip Chayken (John Rubinstein, The Boys From Brazil) in this action-packed TV series.

Media

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Track Listing

Disc 1:
  • - The Future Of Law Enforcement
  • - Prime Suspect
  • Disc 2:
    • - Trouble In Delta City
    • - Officer Missing
    • - What Money Can't Buy
    • - Ghosts Of War
    • - Zone Five
    • Disc 3:
      • - Provision 22
      • - Faces Of Eve
      • - When Justice Fails
      • - The Human Factor
      • - Inside Crime
      • Disc 4:
        • - RoboCop vs Commander Cash
        • - Illusions
        • - Tin Man
        • - Sistrers In Crime
        • - Heartbreakers
        • Disc 5:
          • - Mother's Day
          • - Nano
          • - Corporate Raiders
          • - Midnight Minus One
          • - Public Enemies

Bonus Materials

  • Behind The Scenes Featurette
  • Toy Commercial
  • Photo Gallery
  • Cast Profiles (Richard Eden, Lisa Madigan, Andrea Roth, Sarah Campbell, & David Gardner)
  • From Cinema to the Small Screen
  • The Future of Law Enforcement: The History of RoboCop
  • Fun Facts & Info
  • Put Down Your Weapon: The Auto 9 Gun
  • The Car
  • The Suit

Sales Points

  • The pilot episode runs two hours and was adapted from a discarded RoboCop 2 script, Corporate Wars, by the writers of the original RoboCop, Edward Neumeier and Michael Miner
  • Production budgets for each episode were in excess iof $1 million
  • Nominated for 5 Gemini Awards and 6 Motion Picture Sound Editors awards
  • The series takes place 4-5 years after the original RoboCop film. It ignores the two sequels.
  • Theme song https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W7So8Zur4eY
  • Both Peter Weller and Robert Burke refused to portray the cyborg policeman in the series.
  • Villains on the series include Dr. Cray Z. Mallardo, OCP executive Chip Chayken, William Ray Morgan aka Pudface, Vlad Molotov.
  • Broadcast on SciFi Channel
  • The series theme song was written and performed by Joe Walsh & Lita Ford
  • 86% average audience score on Rotten Tomatoes
  • Appearing on the soundtrack were songs from Nicky Hopkins, Dave Edmunds, Todd Rundgren, The Band, Iron Butterfly and K.C. and the Sunshine Band

Press Quotes

'RoboCop: The Series' is by far one of the best and unfortunately, most overlooked TV shows ever

     —IrinaOma, IMDB

Each episode was interesting, entertaining, and with an hour run-time, there was plenty of room to perfect the pacing of each script. The writing, above all else, was the true highlight of the show. you will find that it's something of a hidden gem. It's

     —Flynn Cook, Robocoparchive.com

This TV series actually manages to capture more of the original than either of the two theatrical sequels. Okay, it's toned down for television, but the self-parodying humor is there in all the right places

     —Gislef, IMDB

The series version of the blockbuster film does much with its far more modest resources. The story is much the same, but the satirical elements and personal stories are done more stylishly here

     —Budikavian, IMDB

...this show was ahead of its timeā€¦

     —Corey Danna, Horror Geek Life

RoboCop: The Series is a much different beast than the classic Paul Verhoeven film and should be judged as such. You will not be witnessing anything in the way of gore or over-the-top violence; this is a show intended for general audiences with a RoboCop that disarms the bad guys instead of literally shooting the arms off of them.

     —Dillon Gonzales, Geek Vibes Nation

  

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