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THE BIONIC WOMAN

Series This iconic '70s series is more serious than you remember. It's no accident that star Lindsay Wagner won an Emmy as the high-tech heroine, lending a soulful humanity to what could have been fly-by-night fantasy. Wagner's gutsy derring-do inspired an entire generation of empowered females.

Extras Warm retrospective half-hour with great new interviews (Wagner, Richard Anderson, creator Kenneth Johnson), gag reel, more.

List price $40 for 4 discs, Universal


ALSO OUT

YOU DON'T KNOW JACK Al Pacino's Emmy-winning portrayal of "Dr. Death" Jack Kevorkian, plus TV movie making-of; $27, HBO.


EVENING PRIMROSE Broadway fave Stephen Sondheim's rediscovered "lost" TV original (from ABC's short-lived "Stage 67" showcase) plays like a "Twilight Zone" musical, darkly portraying disaffected people secretly living by night inside a department store (taped on location at a 1966 Stern's), with star Anthony Perkins and exquisite songs ("I Remember"), bonus interviews; $30, eOne.


THE ADDAMS FAMILY: THE ANIMATED SERIES Morticia and Gomez's family hit the road by RV in 1973 cartoon form; $30, only from warnerarchive.com.


TV DVDS ON THE WAY

Nov. 2: Persons Unknown

Dec. 21: Best of Mayberry

Jan. 4: Life Unexpected

Jan. 18: Dark Skies

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