Watch The Doorman in The BD /BRRip series on DVD. The BD/BRRip Movie from the series looks great, but, because the original encoding is from an inferior source, the final transfer tends to be inferior as well. In general, BDRips are only available from high-definition sources (HD), but many will also switch from Blu-ray to SD to HD and then to SD again. As long as they decrease in source disc resolution, as long as they're at least 720p, they'll play on your DVD player or on the internet. You won't have to worry about getting an inferior transfer for your DVD.
For the uninitiated, The Doorman was an American TV comedy series that aired on NBC during the 1990s. The show was about a doorman at a high-rise building, who was responsible for keeping the building's residents safe. His primary responsibility involved guarding the front door. When a person came into the building, the doorman would ask for his name and pass on his request to a security guard. When the guard opened the door, the doorman would then go back inside the building to take care of other things.
The Doorman's most popular TV season was the third season, which was filmed during the early part of the decade. Since this is a comedy series, it's natural for some comedy elements to be removed. However, a few elements like the doorman's voice and his appearance were retained to create the best results.
One major difference between the Doorman from The Doorman in The Movie and the original TV series is the amount of dialogue in the series. The original series had the original Doorman only say a handful of words throughout the series, but the movie version adds a lot more. In fact, most of the dialogue is in the voice of the character himself. It's a small addition, but is a big improvement.
If you haven't seen the Doorman in The Movie or you've watched it on DVD, try watching it on your computer. The differences in quality between the original and new versions make it much easier for you to see how the new version makes the show superior to the old version. If you've never seen the series, or movie, I highly recommend you start with the first and then go back to the second season, or the third.
If you have the Blu-ray DVD, the entire season is available in a collection called The Doorman Collection. You can also purchase individual episodes on Blu-ray.