V: The Series
-- All 19 episodes of V:
The Series are
available on video through Columbia House. The first video you receive
will be for the first two hours of The Original Miniseries, for
$4.95. Subsequent videos are $19.95 each. The first five
videos contain The Original Miniseries and V: The Final Battle.
Beginning with the 6th cassette, you will begin receiving episodes of V:
The Series. Two episodes of the show are included per tape, with
the final tape containing three episodes. The cassettes are packaged
in a red clamshell case. The back of each case has a photo and a
short comment from one of the actors, directors, or writers relating to
the episodes contained within. For further information, visit
Columbia House's website for Canada
or the United States, and click
on the "Classic Television" link.
-- There are promotional soundtracks for both
"V" (music by Joe Harnell) and "V: The Series" (music by
Dennis McCarthy) available online through Screen
Archives. Their price as of July 1999 was $20.00 per CD.
All three soundtracks are also available online at Super
Collectors; Intrada also stocks
all three soundtracks -- as of September 2000, their price was $16.99.
Filmtracks also has
a couple of detailed reviews of both soundtracks at their website.
A promotional soundtrack also exists for V: The Final Battle though
I'm unsure as to how readily available it is. Contact information
for it is: Vangelos Management, 16030 Ventura Blvd, Suite #550, Encino,
-- All of the V novels are currently
out of print. However, you can often find them available through
the Advanced Book Exchange.
Back to V:
The Series HOME
Other V Items --
Laser pistols? Cast photos? Visitor action figures? Bubble
gum cards? All of these things were manufactured during V's run...
and are now out of print. I've found that the best place to find
them these days is through Ebay's online
auctions. A word of advice -- determine in advance how much
you are willing to pay, and don't go over your self-imposed limit.
Much is made of how sellers in online auctions will 'rip you off' on the
price... however, an auction price only rises as far as you let