Wonder Years Season Six now available on DVD #JBGiftGuide16

Over time, I have shared the DVD release of each Season of the Wonder Years.  Seeing Kevin, Winnie and the gang grow over the years was a treat for fans and it is great that it has finally been released on DVD for us to enjoy time and time again.  I don't know about you, but I know one certain someone that is going to be recieving The Six Season under the tree this year!!!!
Were you a fan of the Wonder Years?  What show would you like to see on DVD?



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The final DVD installment in the series, THE WONDER YEARS: THE COMPLETE SIXTH SEASON contains all 22 episodes from Season 6 (September 23, 1992-May 12, 1993) in their original broadcast versions.  Season 6 finds Kevin and his friends coping with the challenges of high school.  He joins the wrestling team, gets conned by the goof-offs he hires to paint his teacher's house, and preps for the SAT with Paul (Josh Saviano) and Winnie (Danica McKellar).  In the Arnold household, the men endure their annual fishing trip, Norma (Alley Mills) gets a high-paying job, Jack (Dan Lauria) is frustrated by a lukewarm evaluation at work and tries to start his own business, and Wayne (Jason Hervey) has a new girlfriend - who's 23, divorced, and has a baby.  Kevin's delivery job leaves him no time to spend with Winnie, an enthusiastic volunteer with the McGovern campaign.  He sneaks out in his father's new car to try and take her to a Rolling Stones show, frets over what to give her for Christmas and gets in trouble for calling her perfect.  The regular poker game reveals big problems among the guys, but more seriously, after an innocent mistake, Kevin lets everyone believe that he and Winnie spent the night together.  When she leaves to take a lifeguard job at a summer resort, Kevin follows, and while making their way home they take refuge in a barn and spend a very special Independence Day together in the final memorable episode.
 
This new-to-retail 4 DVD set includes more than two hours of specially-produced bonus features, which includes the one-hour ABC broadcast of the series finale, featurettes and more.  Also included are more than two dozen songs as they were featured in the original broadcast with classics by The Association, Bachman-Turner Overdrive, The Beach Boys, Canned Heat, The Champs, Eddie Cochran, Joe Cocker, Nat King Cole, The Everley Brothers, Marvin Gaye, Lesley Gore, Grateful Dead, Ben E. King, The Miracles, The O'Jays, Helen Reddy, Johnny Rivers, The Rolling Stones, Sam & Dave, Frank Sinatra, Stealers Wheel, Steely Dan, Hank Williams, Tammy Wynette, and many others.
 
BONUS FEATURES 
One-hour ABC broadcast of the Series Finale
Featurette: At Last: The Final Episode
Interview: Executive Producer Bob Brush
From the Vault: Alley Mills and Bob Brush Letters 

SONGS BY EPISODE

"Homecoming"
Cherish-The Association
 
"Fishing"
Going Up the Country-Canned Heat
Fishing Blues-Taj Mahal
 
"Scenes from a Wedding"
Bad Bad Leroy Brown-On-Screen Character Performance
For Once In My Life-On-Screen Character Performance
I Am Woman-On-Screen Character Performance
The Look Of Love-On-Screen Character Performance
We've Only Just Begun-On-Screen Character Performance
Fly Me to the Moon-Frank Sinatra
 
"Sex and Economics"
Takin' Care of Business-Bachman-Turner Overdrive
If I Didn't Care-Ink Spots
 
"Politics as Usual"
Happy Days Are Here Again-Leo Reisman & His Orchestra
 
"White Lies"
Wake Up Little Susie-The Everly Brothers
 
"Wayne and Bonnie"
Shop Around-The Miracles
 
"Kevin Delivers"
Soul Man-Sam & Dave
Take a Letter Maria-R.B. Greaves
Bobby's Girl-Marcie Blane
Respect-Aretha Franklin
It's My Party-Lesley Gore
Stand by Me-Ben E. King
 
"The Test"
Stuck in the Middle with You-Stealers Wheel
 
"Let Nothing You Dismay"
Santa Claus Is Coming To Town-Instrumental
It's Beginning To Look Like Christmas-Instrumental
Frosty The Snowman-Instrumental
 
"New Years"
Lara's Theme-Instrumental
Auld Lang Syne-Guy Lombardo & His Royal Canadians
 
"Alice in Autoland"
Swayin' to the Music (Slow Dancin')-Johnny Rivers - John shows title as Slow Dancing
 
"Ladies and Gentlemen....The Rolling Stones"
All the Way from Memphis-Mott the Hoople
Crazy Heart-Hank Williams
Brown Sugar-The Rolling Stones
 
"Unpacking"
Tequila-The Champs
Reeling in the Years-Steely Dan
 
"Hulk Arnold"
Let's Get It On-Marvin Gaye
 
"Nose"
Walk Away Renee-Four Tops
Could It Be I'm Falling in Love-Spinners
Love Train-The O'Jays
You Are So Beautiful-Joe Cocker
 
"Eclipse"
Truckin'-Grateful Dead
 
"Poker"
When I Grow Up (To Be a Man)-The Beach Boys
 
"The Little Women"
I Am Woman-Helen Reddy
Never My Love-The Association
Stand by Your Man-Tammy Wynette
 
"Reunion"
Love Is Here to Stay-Nat King Cole
A White Sport Coat (And a Pink Carnation)-Marty Robbins
Tippin' In-Erskine Hawkins & His Orchestra
 
"Summer"
Summertime Blues-Eddie Cochran
Sealed with a Kiss-Brian Hyland
Up around the Bend-Creedence Clearwater Revival
When a Man Loves a Woman-Percy Sledge
 
"Independence Day"
The Natural-Soundtrack

Comments

  1. We just watched this. I convinced the library to buy it. The last episode is so sad. Important, but sad.

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