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Without A Trace - Complete Season 1 [DVD] [2002] [2004]

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  • Actors: Anthony LaPaglia, Poppy Montgomery, Marianne Jean-Baptiste, Enrique Murciano, Eric Close
  • Directors: Charles Correll, David Nutter, Deran Sarafian, John McNaughton, Kevin Hooks
  • Format: PAL, Subtitled
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: Dutch, Spanish, English
  • Dubbed: Spanish
  • Subtitles For The Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 4:3 - 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: 10 Jan. 2005
  • Run Time: 950 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (66 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0002GZA2K
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 25,866 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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All 23 episodes from the first season of the drama series about the FBI's Missing Persons Bureau. In the pilot episode, Jack (Anthony LaPaglia) and his team investigate the case of a lonely 28-year-old marketing executive who has seemingly walked out of her life leaving everything behind. In 'Birthday Boy', the team search for an 11-year-old boy who disappears from a subway station on his way to the Yankee Stadium for his birthday celebration. In 'Midnight Sun', a father and daughter go missing during their usual morning routine. 'He Saw, She Saw' finds a woman driving away from her husband after a shopping trip - but was she kidnapped? In 'Between the Cracks', the agents try to track down a missing woman who changes her appearance according to whatever acting and modelling jobs she is currently doing. In 'Silent Partner', a New York businessman turns out to be leading a double life. 'Snatch Back' sees Jack and the squad searching for a toddler who has been snatched from a playground while playing with another child. In 'Suspect', the headmaster of a private boarding school comes under suspicion when one of his pupils goes missing. In 'Little Big Man', a teenager goes missing in a rough neighbourhood after a showdown with a local bully. 'In Extremis' sees the team investigating the disappearance of a Saudi medic who may have links to terrorist organisations. In 'Maple Street', two teenage girls disappear on Long Island - but can the team find them while they are still alive? In 'Hang On To Me', Jack is feeling the pressure when his failure to find a man's son leads to the man mounting a search of his own. In 'Underground Railroad', Jack and the team search for a pregnant woman who disappeared from a hospital before being told that she has serious complications. In 'The Friendly Skies', an airline stewardess appears to be the latest in a string of victims of a serial killer who she met on the Internet. 'Claire De Lune' sees a teenage girl disappearing from a mental hospital after suffering extreme psychosis. In 'There Goes the Bride', the investigators uncover a blackmail plot after a bride goes missing from her wedding. In 'Kam Li', Jack and his team search for a Vietnam veteran who goes missing after a reunion dinner for his former platoon. 'The Source' finds the team on the case of a young investigative journalist who has gone missing while working on a dangerous, high-profile story. In 'Victory for Humanity', a dedicated young school teacher goes missing after teaching a night class in the Bronx. In 'No Mas', a boxer is found murdered after vanishing just before a much-hyped fight in Madison Square Garden. In the two-parter 'Fallout', a small-time kidnapping incident escalates into a volatile hostage crisis. Finally, in 'Are You Now or have You Ever Been...?', Jack finds himself at the centre of an investigation into the handling of missing persons - and the professional future of the entire team hangs in the balance.

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It has not taken long for Without a Trace to emerge from the shadows of CSI and become a ratings force in its own right. Jerry Bruckheimer produced both series, and both feature the-face-is-familiar character actors with extensive and diverse resumes who have been catapulted to primetime stardom. Jack Malone, head of a crack FBI missing persons unit, is the Australian-born Anthony LaPaglia's breakout role after years of portraying enough Italian mobsters and criminals to populate a season of The Sopranos. LaPaglia was a surprise Golden Globe Award-winner for this inaugural season. Without a Trace is instantly arresting. "The clock is ticking" in each episode, as Malone and company race against time to find a missing person. "After 48 hours," Malone explains to the rookie member of the team in the series pilot, "they're gone." To solve each baffling case, Malone and fellow agents Samantha Spade (Poppy Montgomery), Vivian Johnson (Marianne Jean-Baptiste of Secrets and Lies), Danny Taylor (Enrique Murciano), and new guy Martin Fitzgerald (Eric Close), must work from the inside out. "Once we find out who she is," Malone says of one victim, "odds are we'll find out where she is."

Among the inaugural season's most wrenching episodes are "Between the Cracks" and "Hang On to Me," both featuring Charles Dutton in his Emmy Award-winning performance as a father whose son has been missing for five years. The powerful season finale, "Fallout," presented in this four-disc set in a "creator's cut," concerns a man who lost his wife in the 9/11 attacks. The riveting episodes mostly stand alone, but some cases do return to haunt Malone, as witness "In Extremis," a case that ends tragically and leads to an internal investigation that threatens to subvert the close-knit unit in the episode. "Are You Now or Have You Ever Been?" Sharp writing, authentic procedurals, taut direction, and effective use of music make Without a Tracea series worth finding on DVD. --Donald Liebenson

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By A Customer on 12 May 2005
Format: DVD
I really recommend this to anyone I was addicted from the first episode so recently decided to buy the DVD, which doesn't disappoint. The storylines are really addictive - as you follow five FBI agents in a special Missing Persons unit that beleives they only have 48 hours to find the missing person before they are "lost" as agent Malone, who heads up the unit, puts it. You never know more than the agents themselves and there are soo many red herrins along the way which just adds to the tension. This unit beleives the only way to find someone is to find out as much as possible about their life often with very unexpected revelations - nothing or should I say no-one is as they first seem in this programme.
Overall a brilliant programme and fully recommended even in todays world which features many good cop shows such as CSI etc. but in my opinion none can compete.
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By A Customer on 4 Dec. 2004
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Without a Trace is a fantastic TV show. It got me hooked instantly! It gets you drawn into the situations, and you feel as if you are part of the missing persons team with them, and you feel every bit of frustraion, sadness and joy as the missing are looked for and found.
Every episode is as interesting as the next, and the story is easy to follow if you miss parts of it.
The first season is superb at introducing the missing persons agents characters lives at work, and at home, to make you feel like you know them. It would be an excellent choise for anyone who loves to solve mysteries, and enjoys the mind bending plots of kidnappers and run-a-ways.
Highly recomended.
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Without a Trace is arguably the best thing on British TV right now - the only thing that gets me through Mondays! The release of Season 1 on DVD is a real treat for devotees like myself, especially for those who missed the recent repeats on E4. This series has it all - engaging storylines, interesting cameos, great views of NYC and the 5 lead characters provide pin-ups for all tastes (my fav is Martin, he's got great hair!) Amongst the standout stories for me were the season's closing episodes, a love letter to New York in the aftermath of 9/11. So roll on Jan 2005 - when the current run finishes on Channel 4 the Season 1 DVD can fill the gap in our lives - until the arrival of Season 3!!
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For some reason this series had not appeared on my radar before and I chanced upon it by accident when I was, funnily enough, reading Amazon reviews. It's not brilliant, it's not 'must-see' television but it does provide consistent entertainment throughout the programmes and there are a couple of episodes that are very good indeed.

Each episode follows a set format- we briefly see the person who goes missing and then we follow the FBI agents in their efforts to find him/her/them. Sometimes the reasons for a disappearance can be obvious, whereas other times the reasons are not as clear. The entertainment is derived from how the team follow the case and the interaction between the individual members of the team. Season 1 is very episodic with each story standing on its own and there are very few overarching storylines that run throughout the series (with one brilliant exception), an issue that was addressed in Season 2

None of this is ground breaking stuff- we've seen it all before on procedural shows like Law & Order and C.S.I. However, the cast are a likeable bunch and Anthony LaPaglia is a revelation as Jack Malone, the leader of the team. It is difficult to believe that he was Daphnes really annoying brother in Frasier- here he slots into his role as if it is what he was born to do. In fact LaPaglia is the main reason to watch the show! The only disappointment in the acting stakes is Poppy Montgomery as Agent Sam Spade (what were the writers thinking of?)who has one expression (a mildly confused pout) for every emotion.

Season 1 is a solid introduction to the programme and Season 2 delves a little more into the private lives of the characters and is all the better for it. I've just ordered Season 3 and am looking forward to seeing how the storylines develop.
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If you have not watched this series on channel 4 you have really been missing out I have had to buy the series even though I have watched it. The story lines are brilliant. When someone goes missing this starts the ball rolling for the fbi they retrace the persons last steps and deduce from each movement where they may have been. I couple of the episodes are links to later ones especially when Jack (the boss of the team) has become emotionally involved ih helping a man whose son disappeared 5 year.s previous you get to see this man in a couple of episodes which leads into his story. sometimes you will cry with joy othertimes you cry for the loss but you never know which way the storyline will go. Every so often little bits come out about the agents lives, which adds to the whole storylines. I just wish they would release a cd to some of the music played.
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The series took a while to get into but it's worth sticking with and getting to know the characters better with each episode . The title music is absolutely appalling though and enough to put you completely off .
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The first couple of episodes are thinner than expected and I wondered what I'd got myself into but patience is rewarded as the series develops: the plots improve dramatically and the actors settle in to their roles. Not as good as the HBO/Baltimore shows but it may evolve some more.
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