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'X-Files' Complete Collection Coming Nov. 6

15 Aug, 2007 By: John Latchem


The 61-DVD boxed set includes all nine seasons of the TV show, as well as the theatrical film, deleted scenes, commentaries and featurettes, for $329.98.


Conspiracy theorists rejoice: 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment Nov. 6 (prebook Oct. 10) releases The X-Files: The Complete Collector's Edition. The 61-DVD boxed set includes all nine seasons of the fan-favorite TV show, as well as the theatrical film, deleted scenes, commentaries and featurettes, for $329.98.

The bonus materials were culled from the previously released season sets of the show, as well as the “Mythology” episode compilations.

The 1993-2002 series chronicled the investigations of FBI agents Fox Mulder (David Duchovny) and Dana Scully (Gillian Anderson), who handled cases of a seemingly supernatural nature. The 1998 feature film, Fight the Future, continued their quest to unlock a government conspiracy involving alien life forms.

The show was the longest-running American science-fiction series until last year, when “Stargate SG-1” began its 10th season.

This collection may not be too complete for long, however. IMDb lists a second potential “X-Files” movie in production for a 2009 release.

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