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Entering our galaxy for the first time in any home entertainment format is In Search of … The Complete Series, available December 4th in a special DVD collector’s set from Visual Entertainment, Inc. (VEI).
Hosted by the iconic, Emmy Award-winning Leonard Nimoy (Star Trek), this popular, documentary television series (1976-1982) traversed the globe with a team of researchers, scientists and highly skilled technicians to conduct in-depth investigations of a wide variety of mysteries and to explore the unexplained.
So popular, it spawned six books, In Search of … took a fresh look at such controversial and mystifying topics as the paranormal; witchcraft, notorious murders; infamous cults; conspiracy theories; missing persons, cities and ships; naturally occurring phenomena; scientific breakthroughs; age-old myths; the lore surrounding historical events and figures; and the downright peculiar!
From the rumored existence of Nazi plunder to the real-life inspiration for Sherlock Holmes to tracking the Loch Ness monster to reincarnation to UFO cover ups (and much more!), it’s an entertaining romp that no sci-fi fan, mystery enthusiast, scientific devotee or history buff will want to miss!
Includes: 152 episodes on 21 discs (approx. 63+ hours). Bonus: Two Rod Serling-hosted specials, which aired prior to the start of the Nimoy-hosted series; and the re-launched 2002 series (eight hour-long episodes) hosted by Mitch Pileggi (The X-Files).
In Search of … The Complete Series is presented in full screen (aspect ratio: 4×3) and stereo.
Visual Entertainment, Inc. (VEI) releases contemporary and classic television programming, across a wide variety of genres, on DVD and Blu-ray. Launched in 2004 and headquartered in Toronto, Canada, VEI boasts a library of 80 titles, licensed from Universal/NBC, MGM, CBS and ITV, among others. VEI serves the collectible, fan marketplace with contemporary hit series (Hell’s Kitchen), popular classic series (Cagney & Lacey, McMillan & Wife, Diagnosis Murder), hard-to-find television (The Invisible Man), cult (Earthworm Jim), and more.