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"Dynasty: Season Two"
Wayne Klein
Studio: Paramount/CBS Home Video
Genre: TV-Series
Special Features: None

The second season of "Dynasty" is where the show truly took off with the introduction of a murder trial involving Blake (John Forsthye) which turns on pivotal testimony of ex-wife Alexis Carrington (John Collins) who truly helped light up the show. The introduction of Alexis Carrington created additional conflict which, along with a top notch parade of guest stars including Mark Richmman, Brian Dehenney among others helped make the second season one of the stand out ones for this prime time soap. ---

Image & Sound:

The show looks decent with good color reproduction. The episodes look quite grainy which is due to the source material and is particularly noticeable during the stock shots used in the show. Audio for the show sounds solid and is presented with its original mono soundtrack. ---

Special Features:

None which is surprising.

Final Words:

The second season of "Dynasty" arrives (belatedly) on DVD due to the switch from Fox Home Video to Paramount. The show looks decent on DVD if grainy and without any extras. Given the popularity, long run of the show and parade of guest stars that appeared on the series, I'm surprised that there aren't any interviews with the surviving cast members.


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