Your life, or the life of a loved one, is in danger and you don't know where to turn for help anymore. Then your eyes catch a small newspaper ad: Gotta problem? Odds against you? Call the Equalizer. You call the number and a friendly, reassuring voice tells you where to meet him. Robert McCall (Edward Woodward) is The Equalizer and he promises to even out the odds in your favour.
Enjoy all 88 episodes of this much loved, long running late 80's series, that features guest appearances from an array of stars including: Alex Winter, Adam Horowitz, Meat Loaf, Adam Ant, John Goodman, Steve Buscemi, Christian Slater, Kevin Spacey, William H Macy, Quentin Crsip, Robert Mitchum, Telly savalas, Macaulay Culkin, Amanda Plummer, Sam Rockwell, Laurence Fishburne and Ving Rhames, with an incredible music score by Stewart Copeland of The Police.
At the 1987 Golden Globe® ,Edward Woodward won Best Actor in a Dramatic TV Series for his role of Robert McCall in The Equalizer.
Box Set includes: Brand New Documentary The Story of The Equalizer featuring interviews with William Zabka (Scott McCall) ,Keith Szarabjaka (Mickey Kostmeyer), Coleman Luck (Co-Executive Producer) and Robert Eisele (Co-Supervising Producer) Episode Guide Booklet Original Cast Biographies Original Series Concept.
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The quintessential 4-series set of the iconic Equalizer never disappoints. From the opening episode through to the very last, this series explores the depths of american predilections, violence and iniquity in fine detail against a background of ground-breaking imagery and one of the most striking musical scores in TV history. Edward Woodward presents a figure of a man who believes he has done what 'The Prisoner' (Patrick McGoohan) could not - RESIGN from the Agency (be it CIA, NSA, MI6 or whatever) and do it on his terms. That belief though is different from the reality he has to live in where he is regarded by his peers as a 'rogue operator' with secrets that cannot be allowed to surface. 'Control' in the form of Robert Lansing provides a neat counterpoint in terms of McCall's attempts at 'freedom' from the very things he despises most. However he has his friends and supporters, some from his previous life and others he has made along the way. These assist him in completing the 'troubles' others have that he takes on as his own. I recommend this set as one of the best purchases you could make for your DVD collection.
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