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MAMAS FAMILY DVD COLLECTION. The Complete Collection of the hit TV Series on DVD.


Description: MAMAS FAMILY DVD COLLECTION. The Complete Collection of the hit TV Series on DVD.
Genre: Comedy
Price: $119.99
Language: English
Limited Edition DVD Box Set
Every Memorable Episode in One Huge Collection - Lowest Price Online Guaranteed

Mama's Family is an American television sitcom that premiered on NBC on January 22, 1983. It ended its run on that network in May 1984 when it was cancelled, but NBC would continue to air reruns until September 1985. In 1986, Mama's Family returned in syndication, where it aired for an additional four seasons, ending on March 12, 1990. Mama's Family is a spin-off of a recurring series of comedy sketches called The Family, which appeared on The Carol Burnett Show in the 1970s.

The show, set in the small fictional Southern town of Raytown, revolved around a typical squabbling family, headed by Thelma Harper — a buxom, blue-haired, purse-lipped, 65-year-old widow, who is loudmouthed and outspoken. Living with Thelma originally was only her uptight spinster sister Fran, a journalist for a local paper. Thelma's son, Vinton (whose wife, Mitzi, had left him to become a cocktail waitress in Las Vegas, Nevada) and his two children, Sonja and Buzz, moved in with her later.

During the first season, Vinton forged a relationship with the Harper’s flirtatious next-door neighbor Naomi Oates (whom Thelma had a distaste for), and soon married her. Also seen on a recurring basis were Thelma’s two daughters: the snobbish Ellen (Betty White), and the ornery Eunice (Carol Burnett). Harvey Korman, who directed many of the earlier episodes, made featured appearances as Eunice’s husband, Ed Higgins. He also appeared at the beginning of each episode as the stuffed shirt Alistair Quince, who would soberly introduce the program in the style of Masterpiece Theatre. These monologues were cut out of the later syndicated reruns and the subsequent DVD release of the first season.

What an amazing DVD Set for the Mama's Family Fan!

All 130 Uncut Episodes - Complete 6 Seasons on 11 DVDS

  • Excellent video and audio quality
  • 100% in chronological order
  • Commercial free and unedited
  • This box set contains all 11 DVDs with Custom Artwork.
  • These DVDs are region free so they will play on any DVD player Worldwide and DVD-Rom, X-Box or PS2 worldwide

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Mamas family DVD complete series on DVDs

American television sitcom Mama's Family was premiered on NBC on 22nd January, 1983. In May 1984 it was cancelled, but NBC continued to air old episodes till September 1985. Mama's Family returned in September 1986, where four more seasons were aired, and ended on 24th February, 1990. Mama's Family has the taste of comedy series called The Family, which was shown in the 1970s on The Carol Burnett Show.

Set in the little town of Raytown, this show revolved around a usual backbiting family, Thelma Harper is the head of the family " a blue-haired, buxom, purse-lipped, widow aged 65-year-old, who is outspoken and loudmouthed. Uptight single sister Fran was the only one Living with Thelma, who worked as a journalist for a local newspaper. Vinton Thelma's son (Mitzi his wife had left him to be a cocktail waitress in Las Vegas) and his children, Buzz and Sonja, moved in with Thelma’s later.

In first season, Vinton fictitious relationship with Thelma’s flirtatious neighbor Naomi Oates (whom Thelma didn’t like) and shortly married her. After losing the money got from selling their home in a bad business deal, Naomi and Vinton had to move into Thelma's basement and there they remained for the most of the show run. Thelma’s two daughters: the arrogant Ellen (Betty White) and the irritable Eunice (Carol Burnett) were also seen on a habitual basis. Harvey Korman was a director for many of the past episodes, made appearances as husband of Eunice, Ed Higgins. In the final and eleventh season of The Carol Burnett Show (1977), the character Ed Higgins was deleted from Mama’s Family skits, having left Eunice. As the stuffed shirt Alistair Quince at the beginning of each episode Korman appeared, who used to soberly start the program in the way of Masterpiece Theatre. These little scenes were deleted out in the repeated seasons and from the DVD release of the pilot season.

Although not getting a big success, the first season got good enough ratings to be extended for a second season. First episode, "Vint and the Kids Move In," stood among the Top 30 shows and ranked at #28 for the week, garnering a commendable rating/share of 18.6/28. However in the second season, Mama’s Family dropped to 59th position in the annual ratings because of the competition the show got from CBS’s Top 10 hit Magnum, P.I.