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Secret World of Alex MacK-1st Season DVD 1 of 1

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Format: DVD
Sku: 205124068
UPC: 796019805209
UPC 14: 00796019805209
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Featuring Jessica Alba in Her TV Debut!
Alex Mack is a normal thirteen-year-old, dreading her first day of junior high school and trying to deal with the typical adolescent concerns, like just feeling ordinary. But a toxic spill changes all that. On her way home from school, a chemical accident suddenly leaves her biologically altered. Alex now has the ability to liquefy herself, turn into a human magnet, move objects and create force fields.

Featuring the TV acting debut of Jessica Alba (Sin City, Fantastic Four) and Larisa Oleynik (10 Things I Hate About You) in the title role, The Secret World of Alex Mack: The Complete First Season is now available for the first time on DVD!

This two disc collection includes all 12 episodes from the premiere season!

" undeniable charm...a lot of impressive illusions with some primitive visual effects. Plus, big points for chic retro styling...  Adam Arseneau, DVD Verdict

Editor's Note
A freak chemical spill endows teenager Alex Mack with special powers, including the ability to "zap" electric shocks, liquefy into a puddle, and move objects with her mind. Fearing discovery, Alex only shares her secret with her whiz-kid sister, Anne, and her trusty best friend, Raymond. But will any of Alex's marvellous new abilities help her face the awkwardness of junior high? A replacement for the popular CLARISSA EXPLAINS IT ALL, this hit Nickelodeon series mines similar territory with its savvy young heroine dealing humorously with the complications of adolescent life. Included here is the show's complete first season, which features appearances by a young Jessica Alba.


Video Features DVD

Technical Info

Release Information
Video Mfg Name Studio: Universal (Music)
Video Release Date Release Date: 10/2/2007
Video Play Time Running Time: 390 minutes
Video Release Year Original Release Date: 1994
Video CategoryId Catalog ID: 80520
Video UPC UPC: 00796019805209
Video Number of Discs Number of Discs: 2

Audio & Video
Video Original Language Original Language: English
Video Audio Spec Available Audio Tracks: English
Video Color Spec Video: Color

Aspect Ratio
Video Aspect Ratio Standard  1.33:1 [4:3]

Cast & Crew

Video Cast Info Darris Love
Video Cast Info Jessica Alba
Video Cast Info Larisa Oleynik
Video Cast Info Michael Blakley
Video Cast Info Charles Conner - Production Designer
Video Cast Info Christine Kenton, et. al. - Editor
Video Cast Info Daniel J. Vivanco - Art Director
Video Cast Info David Brookwell - Producer
Video Cast Info Jerry Grant - Original Music By
Video Cast Info Ken Lipman, et. al. - Writer
Video Cast Info Kristan Andrews - Art Director
Video Cast Info Kristan Andrews - Production Designer
Video Cast Info Philip Holahan, et. al. - Cinematographer
Video Cast Info Shawn Levy, et. al. - Director
Video Cast Info Tommy Lynch - Executive Producer

Professional Reviews

DVD Verdict 8 of 10
While not the best-acted show, or even the best-written, The Secret World of Alex Mack has an undeniable charm. There is decent entertainment value to be had for pre-teeny types--you've got secret mysterious organizations chasing after kids in a bumbling, yet always vaguely threatening, fashion, a girl with bizarre superpowers that turn her into liquid and let her zap things with electricity, and your standard mix of Disney Channel-style boy crushes, friend in-fighting, jealousy, and math tests. These days, entire cable channels are devoted to programming like this, but back in 1994, The Secret World of Alex Mack was fairly novel...Egregiously painful fashion stylings and lame dialogue cement Alex and her peers smack in the middle of California during the early 1990s, an embarrassing place to be, still rooted so firmly in the 1980s fascination with high pants, bad hats, and pastel colors. If you can get over the tackiness, the show is fairly charming in its own pubescent sort of way...The special effects are pretty dire, no doubt, but you can tell the creators did the best they could with a limited operation budget. All things considered, they pull a lot of impressive illusions with some primitive visual effects. Plus, big points for chic retro styling--you gotta love the corniness. - Adam Arseneau

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