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In contrast, we have Combat! This series has been packaged and repackaged again, as single seasons, complete series boxed sets and sets devoted to certain characters. Here it is again. (If you're wondering why, big box stores like Walmart don't carry an extensive library of DVDs; they only stock new releases. So if you want your set in stores for the holidays, you have to repackage it and pretend it's "new" so they'll put it on their shelves.) This is another landmark series, this one following a squad of soldiers after D-Day as they fight their way across France. It lasted for five years -- longer than the US involvement in WW II. Combat! was known for a relatively realistic take on war; like Star Trek it was usually the guest stars who joined the squad that were sitting ducks for injury or death but still, it was far more realistic than anything before. Unfortunately, these are the trimmed-down versions of episodes prepared for syndication, not the original full length shows. Apparently the originals can't be found or no one can afford to restore them. You can moan their fate or just knuckle down and get these versions to get a good sense of what this show was like, a show by the way that aired into the late 1960s as US involvement in Vietnam inexorably grew.

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