OUTLANDER: The Series Blu-ray Season 1 Volume 1

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OUTLANDER: The Series Blu-ray Season 1 Volume 1

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Please Note – This is not a DVD. This is a Blu-ray. This disc can only be played on a Blu-ray compatible device.

 

Based on the international best seller by Diana Gabaldon.

British combat nurse Claire Randall is reunited with her husband after returning from the battlefields of World War ll. While on their second honeymoon, she walks through one of the ancient stone circles that dot the British Isles and is suddenly transported to 1743 Scotland, torn by ware and rogue Highland clans. Hurled back in time by forces she cannot understand, Claire is catapulted into intrigue and danger when she is accused of being a spy. Forced by circumstance to marry an outlawed Highlander, she finds herself falling in love and torn by her loyalties to two men in vastly different times, all of which may threaten her life and shatter her heart.

Diana Gabaldon’s best selling book series is stunningly realized by Executive Producer Ronald D. Moore in Season One’s first eight episodes.

Personal note: All of us here at The Celtic Croft love this series. It is fascinating, exciting and all about the 18th century Highlands. And no one looks better in a kilt than Jamie. Be aware that it is not rated, but if it were, it would be TV/MA. There is violence, nudity and sex.

1080p High Definition 1.78/1
5.1 DTS-HD Audio
Approx. 459 Mins.
Includes Digital HD Ultraviolet Digital Copy (episodes only, no bonus content) 

Blu-ray™ Bonus Features:

DISC 1:

  • 11 Deleted Scenes
  • Three all-new featurettes:
  • “Outlander: An Epic Adaptation”
  • “Authentic in Design: The Dresses & Kilts of Outlander”
  • “Casting Outlander”

DISC 2:

  • 10 Deleted Scenes
  • Three all-new featurettes:
  • On Location: Castle Leoch and the Magic of Scotland
  • Emerging a Scot: Cast Goes to Bootcamp
  • Walk Through the Sets and Stages with Ronald D. Moore