80’s action series Street Hawk comes to DVD for the first time ever next month boasting a full slate of extras and we have all the exciting details.
As if you didn’t know, the series follows Jesse Mach (Rex Smith), a motorcycle cop who is injured in the line of duty-now and relegated to a desk job until a top secret government organisation use pioneering medical technology to reverse his injuries in return for riding Street Hawk, an all terrain attack motorcycle designed to fight urban crime, capable of incredible speeds of up to 300 mph and immense firepower.
To mask his involvement in the Street Hawk project Jesse must hide his return to full-health from his police colleagues, while also dodging the attentions of a police force which doesn’t welcome the arrival of a masked vigilante on their patch.
As he takes on the city’s most dangerous criminals Jesse can rely on only one man, Street Hawk developer Norman Tuttle (Joe Regalbuto).
The series, which has never been released anywhere in the entire world on DVD until now, hits shelves on March 22nd 2010 and can be pre-ordered from the seenit.co.uk store
Original Pilot Episode 73mins
All 12 Original Episodes x 43mins
Unbroadcasted Pilot featuring different Street Hawk firepower (73minutes)
Street Hawk, The Making of a Legend- A brand new documentary featuring Rex Smith, Joe Regalbuto and Jeannie Wilson (41minutes)
8 Page Collectors Booklet
Stunning Motion Menus
Also out next month are:
Saved by the Bell – Series One which chronicles the comedic high school adventures of six students at Bayside High School: fast-talking Zack (Mark Paul Gosselaar), jockey Slater (Mario Lopez), nerdy Screech (Dustin Diamond), fashionable gossiper Lisa (Lark Voorhies), cheerleader Kelly (Tiffani- Amber Thiessen), and brainy Jessie (Elizabeth Berkley). Pre-order now.
It’s Garry Shandling’s Show – The Complete First Series Before the internet, before reality TV, what television series was more humourous and with more vision than ‘It’s Garry Shandling’s Show’. In 1986 Garry Shandling was poised to become a permanent guest host on Johnny Carson’s The Tonight Show. Instead he took a chance of an offer from fledgling network Showtime to create his own television series. Pre-order now.