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  • Actors: Timothy Olyphant, Natalie Zea, Nick Searcy, Jacob Pitts, Joelle Carter
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: Sony Pictures Home Ent. UK
  • DVD Release Date: 29 Nov. 2010
  • Run Time: 552 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (145 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B003I862JE
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 66,334 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Justified is the story of Deputy U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens (Timothy Olyphant), a true-blue hero and something of a throwback, given to wearing a Stetson and cowboy boots, carrying his sidearm in a hip holster – a weapon he only draws when he has to, and when he does, he shoots to kill, because, as he sees it, that’s the purpose of a gun. The character of Deputy U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens was created by America’s pre-eminent crime novelist Elmore Leonard (Get Shorty, Out of Sight) and is played by Timothy Olyphant (Deadwood, Live Free or Die Hard). The Chief Deputy of the Lexington USMS office is Art Mullen, played by Nick Searcy (Cast Away, From the Earth to the Moon). Working alongside Raylan are fellow deputies Tim Gutterson – played by Jacob Pitts (The Pacific) – and Rachel Brooks – played by Erica Tazel (Life, The Office: An American Workplace). Raylan, Art and the other deputies do what all U.S. Marshals do – chase down fugitives, protect witnesses, transport prisoners.

Special Features

  • What Would Elmore Do?
  • The Story of Justified
  • Justified: Meet the Characters

Episode Guide

DISC 1

EPISODE 1 – FIRE IN THE HOLE

Gunslinging U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens faces off against his oldest friend (guest star Walton Goggins) in Harlan, Kentucky – a 21st-Century wild west.

EPISODE 2 – RIVERBROOK

Raylan hunts an escaped prisoner who is determined to reunite with his ex-wife… and his stashed fortune.

EPISODE 3 – FIXER

Raylan uncovers a deadly extortion attempt targeting a confidential informant.

EPISODE 4 – LONG IN THE TOOTH

Raylan and the mob compete to capture a fugitive racing to the Mexican border.

EPISODE 5 – THE LORD OF WAR AND THUNDER

Raylan must pick a side when his estranged father goes to war with a drug runner.


DISC 2

EPISODE 6 – THE COLLECTION

After an apparent suicide on an opulent Kentucky horse farm, Raylan must resist the sexy widow as he searches for the dead man’s missing art.

EPISODE 7 – BLIND SPOT

After foiling an apparent hit on Ava, Raylan will stop at nothing to track down the people responsible, only to find that she may not have been their actual target.

EPISODE 8 – BLOWBACK

When a murderous inmate takes hostages, Raylan must scramble to defuse the situation before the

bullets start flying.

EPISODE 9 – HATLESS

Suspended from the Marshals Service and feeling like he has nothing to lose, Raylan faces off with the gangsters who are muscling his ex-wife’s new husband.

 

DISC 3

EPISODE 10 – HAMMER

Determined to repair the damage he’s done, Raylan takes time away from his assignment bodyguarding an eccentric judge to track down an old lead.

EPISODE 11 – VETERANS

When Boyd Crowder and his crusaders become vigilantes, Raylan takes it upon himself to try to shut them down.

EPISODE 12 – FATHERS AND SONS

Raylan is ordered to enlist his estranged father’s help against the increasing threat of Bo Crowder.

EPISODE 13 – BULLETVILLE

In the season finale, things come to a head in Harlan when the worlds of Raylan, Boyd and Bo Crowder collide.

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer TOP 500 REVIEWER on 8 Sept. 2011
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Old-school U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens is reassigned from Miami to his childhood home in the poor, rural coal-mining towns in Eastern Kentucky after an episode where he (once again) was a bit too fast on the trigger. This is close to the last place on earth he wants to be, but he figures that if he follows orders and keeps his head down, he'll soon be back in Miami... unfortunately, keeping out of trouble is not what he does best - especially not when his old friend Boyd Crowder, who also happens to be his worst opponent, always seem to stir up trouble. Of course he is not much helped by his romantic interest in his ex-wife (who is now happily married to another man) and his old "fan" Ava Crowder, who recently shot and killed her husband, who also happens to be Boyd's brother.

I am a fan of this first series - it's cool, well-acted, modern and it has a good mixture of a long-running storyline combined with the side stories that fit the individual episodes.

The dialects are delightful (a bit in line with the "newness" of True Blood - I spent the first two episodes of that particular series just listening to the drawls of the characters rather than paying much attention to the contents) and the cast seems to be pretty much perfect for the roles - both the tough opponents and the romantic interests.

The characters are bordering on caricatures, but as long as they stay on this side of the line, I'm more than happy to embark on series 2 (which is already ordered).
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105 of 113 people found the following review helpful By P. J. Potter on 24 Jun. 2010
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A little over 18 months ago a programme known as The Shield came to the end of its Tuesday night run on American channel FX. Known as the best show on FX, having some of its highest ratings and lasting 7 seasons, it left a pretty big hole on Tuesday nights. FX needed something to fill it. Justified is that show. But as much as it was promoted towards Shield fans (Doors being kicked in, guns going off, Walton Goggins featured prominently in advertising) Justified is a much different style of cop show.

Using Elmore Leonard's 'Fire In The Hole' as a jump-off point for the show, it nails his style completely. From the pilot the the season's end it maintains a slow and steady pace, each episode heavy on the dialogue, loads of great character moments and typically ending with someone catching a bullet or two.

The jist of the season is Deputy Marshall Raylan Givens (Timothy Olyphant of Deadwood fame) with having to protect his old flame Ava from the biggoted and corrupt Crowder family she was married into - before shooting her husband with a shotgun over dinner - in particular white supremecist Boyd Crowder, played by Walton Goggins. Meanwhile Raylan has to keep a lid on his temper as he's being investigated for his tendency to fill criminals with lead. And his issues with his Ex-wife and her new husband. And his dad.

The first half of the season (pilot aside) are procedural like, with their stand alone storylines and excellent one-off characters (How about a former mob accountant, now working as a dentist who attacks one of his more annoying patients?), but the second half gets into the serialised story, Boyd gets more screen time and it builds towards it's Wild West climax.
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62 of 67 people found the following review helpful By Mark Shepperson on 23 Aug. 2010
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Justified is a gem of a show. The characters are well written and develop well; even over the course of one season with one the best supporting actor roles ever (Walton Goggins).
The show takes place at the home town of our main character ( a US marshall) after he has been moved back in the fallout of a internal affairs investigation about a shooting, hence the shows name.
The world is believable but slightly unrealistic (think of 'No Country for old men') that gives the makers a little space to create a more rich and interesting place with ex-wife's, ex-girlfriends, local crime family and a scammer of a dad (the brilliant Raymond J. Barry). All well acted without exception.
The story is gritty, funny, sad, desperate, intelligent and violent with a few twists and loyalty shifts thrown in for good measure. Our Marshall has a dark side and this helps him get into trouble with the local boys network and dispatches his justice in a Spaghetti Western style.

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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Son of Sam on 10 Jun. 2011
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It would be really easy to steriotype this as a cowboy in the modern world crime series. The reality is that it surpasses the cliches and and is much more complex. It is incredibly well written with each episode being an original story in its own right. The cast and the dialogue is superb.

Half way through the first episode I had to check the box to see if it was an HBO production because the production standards and script were so good. The story lines are entertaining and gripping, but not without humour and whit.

All this aside it also gives an interesting insight into redneck kentucky small town crime and drug supplying. Im tempted to say that its like a redneck version of The Wire, but that would do it an injustice as its far more original than that.

Very original, very entertaining, very well made.
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