|The Lone Gunmen|
|The X-Files DVD's|
|The X-Files Mythology|
|The Lone Gunmen|
|Number of Episodes:||13|
|Running Time (Approx):||9 Hrs 15 Mins|
|List Price:||$39.98 (US)|
|Number of Discs:||3|
|Region 1 Release Date:||March 29, 2005|
|Region 2 Release Date:||January 30, 2006|
The Front Page
- “The computer-hacking, conspiracy-exposing Lone Gunmen are always looking for that next big government cover-up that would bring their newsletter, The Lone Gunman, national attention. Whether in their secret underground office or in the back of their old VW bus, this bumbling and often socially inept trio is routinely laughed at by their peers. Now with a young, idealistic new member and a mysterious and exoctic female who is always one step ahead of them, the Lone Gunmen are doubly determined to protect millions of Americans by exposing truths that some would rather keep hidden”
- — From The Back Cover of the DVD Boxset
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- The X-Files episode "Jump the Shark", including an audio commentary by writers Frank Spotnitz, Vince Gilligan and John Shiban
- Audio commentaries on "Pilot", "Bond, Jimmy Bond", "Tango de los Pistoleros" and "All About Yves". On the commentary for the pilot episode, Frank Spotnitz, Vince Gilligan and John Shiban are joined by director Rob Bowman and cinematographer Robert McLachlan. The commentary track for "Bond, Jimmy Bond" includes performers Dean Haglund, Tom Braidwood, Bruce Harwood, Stephen Snedden and Zuleikha Robinson as well as director Bryan Spicer. The same group also discuss the episode "Tango de los Pistoleros", joined by writer Thomas Schnauz. The audio commentary for "All About Yves" is by John Shiban, Frank Spotnitz, Vince Gilligan and Bryan Spicer.
- "Making of The Lone Gunmen" retrospective documentary.
- Four TV spots.
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