Road to Avonlea: The Complete Fifth Season (DVD, 2005, 4-Disc Set)
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- opportunity*kno...Apr 09, 2015by
A quality product for the entire family!
I purchased this item because I am watching the series. It is an amazing series about early 20th Century life on Prince Edward Island with loveable characters and entertaining for young and old alike.
This is one of the best series I have ever come across. I have shared it with my other family members and they have said the same thing. Can't wait to get the next season!
- arielsheraJan 26, 2010by
Road to Avonlea Complete Fifth Season Five (DVD,2005)
An amazing season to be sure! First off, I am a long-time fan of this show as are most of my family. We used to watch it on the Disney Channel in the 1990's. It is a spin-off of the wonderful mini-series, "Anne of Green Gables." Some of the characters from that drama are still the same in these episodes. The shows in season five deal with the younger generation beginning to grow up and make their own decisions for the future. Sara Stanley finds love, Felicity decides what she wants to become when she goes to college. Both she & Gus make choices for their possible future together, Cecily also goes through a life-changing experience. Felix tells his father he wants to be more than a farmer. Also Jasper & Olivia invest in a business, as does Miss Stacey. My favorite episodes are Modern Times, Stranger in the Night, Thursday's Child and Otherwise Engaged. Stranger in the Night stars Bruce Greenwood who helps the Kings out during tough times on their farm. Thursday's Child is focused on Cecily and her father sings a beautiful Welsh Melody entitled, "All Through The Night." This episode is very moving. Stockard Channing also stars in a two-part episode as the new minister's wife and she becomes a dear friend to Janet King. You will not be disappointed with Season Five. The shows just keep getting better & better!Read full review
- alicias1503Feb 22, 2010by
Road to Avonlea 5th Volume
Our family has enjoyed this series. We never saw it prior to when it was on TV. Friends of ours owned volumes 1-3 and lent them to us in December 2009. We are now hooked!
We cried over #61 Thursday's Child when Cecily contracted TB. We cheered Felix on in the Great Race #56 and became agitated with Felicity when Gus left on a ship, #63.
We were not totally thrilled with #64 Enter Prince Charming. Sara was wrong to deceive her Aunt Hetty and Booth was wrong to encourage Sara in her willful disobedience to her aunt.
- barbiedolls57Dec 21, 2008by
Great FAMILY FARE
It doesn't get much better than this. This volume has been just as good, if not better, than all the other volumes up to this point. My children are enjoying the series so much and will watch it again and again. They are kind of growing up with the characters as they are in the same age range. Fantastic scenery, wonderful history, charming community life of a by-gone era are all part of this magnificent family series that we cannot live without.
- buford1115Mar 19, 2008by
Road to Avonlea is billed as a children's dvd but it is really for people of all ages who enjoy clean entertainment. We are retired and someone gave us Tales Of Avonlea to watch on our computer as we do not have a TV. We were hooked at once. We have bought the entire seven seasons and love them all. This fifth one is great as is all the others. How we wish there were more dvd's like Avonlea out there. This one will make you laugh and it will make you cry, but they all do.