|Product Name||Mythbusters Season 7|
|Category||Electronics / Photography: A/V Media: Movie / TV|
|Amazon.com||Buy on Amazon ~ B003643BTY|
|Price New||39.99 US Dollars (curriencies)|
|Price Used||19.99 US Dollars (curriencies)|
|Run Time||2,580 minutes|
|Cast||Adam Savage, Grant Imahara, Jamie Hyneman, Kari Byron, Tory Belleci|
|Run Time||2580 minutes|
|Format||Color, Full Screen, NTSC|
|Run Time||2,580 minutes|
|Features||6 DVD Set, 2580 Minutes, Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1, Format: DVD|
|Long Description||Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman are special effects experts who will stop at nothing to find the truth. Using modern day science, they put everyday myths and urban legends to the test to determine what's busted...and what's confirmed. Joined by fellow MythBusters Tory Belleci, Kari Byron and Grant Imahara, this team is always ready to take it to the next level...with explosive results! Disc #1 Ep. 132) Dumpster Diving. Ep. 133) Antacid Jail Break. Ep. 134) Unarmed and Unharmed. Ep. 135) Hidden Nasties. Ep. 131) Mini Myth Mayhem. Disc #2 Ep. 136) Boomerang Bullet. Ep. 137) Soda Cup Killer. Ep. 138) Dive to Survive. Ep. 139) Spy Car Escape. Ep. 140) Bottle Bash. Disc #3 Ep. 142) No Pain, No Gain. Ep. 141) Mythssion Control. Ep. 143)Duct Tape Hour 2. Ep. 144) Waterslide Wipeout. Ep. 145) Fireball Stun Gun. Disc #4 Ep. 146) Flu Fiction. Ep. 147) Storm Chasing Myths. Ep. 150) Cold Feet. Ep. 149) Arrow Machine Gun. Disc #5 Ep. 152) Tablecloth Chaos. Ep. 153) Mini Myth Madness. Ep. 151) Reverse Engineering. Ep. 154) Inverted Underwater Car. Ep. 155) Bug Special. Disc #6 Ep. 156) Green Hornet Special. Ep. 157) President's Challenge. Ep. 158) Operation Valkyrie. BONUS: Each disc has deleted scenes from the episodes.|
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