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White Collar 6 Seasons

All 14 episodes from the first series of the comic crime drama about a con artist and an FBI agent who join forces to track down elusive criminals. When charming criminal mastermind Neal Caffrey (Matt Bomer) is finally caught by his nemesis, FBI Agent Peter Burke (Tim DeKay), he promptly escapes from maximum-security prison - only to be nabbed by Peter once again.

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Matt Bomer, Tim Dekay

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1. Pilot

When the trail of elusive criminal "The Dutchman" dead ends, FBI Agent Peter Burke (Tim DeKay) teams up with a most unlikely partner to catch him - the imprisoned Neal Caffrey (Matt Bomer): master criminal, conman extraordinaire and Peter's most accomplished collar. Now when Peter sets on the trail of the vicious counterfeiter, he has an equally devious criminal mind on his side.

AGES-15-AND-OVER Subtitles Runtime: 1 hour Release date: 1 January 2009
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2. Threads

It's Fashion Week and everyone in New York is abuzz with excitement; everyone but Peter Burke. Nevertheless, when advanced technology embedded with security data is secretly woven into the fabric of a runway dress, Peter and Neal must dive into the world of fashion to stop an international criminal from completing a treacherous sale.

AGES-15-AND-OVER Subtitles Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: 1 January 2009
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3. Books of Hours

The disappearance of a precious bible creates an interesting union when a New York Mafia kingpin enlists the help of Peter and the FBI in tracking down his beloved artifact. But while rooting out the thief, Neal finds himself in a tango with a sexy female villain and must decide where his loyalty truly lies.

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4. Flip Of The Coin

A cache of gold sends Peter and Neal on a search to track down smuggled Iraqi artifacts. Although signs point to a US soldier, the trail leads to a corrupt news producer who was embedded in the embattled territory.

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5. The Portrait

When an expensive portrait is stolen from a young woman, Peter and Neal set a sting for the cunning and deadly culprit. Neal must uncover the secret truth of the portrait's origin even as the net tightens around the villain - and around Neal himself!

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6. All In

Thrust into the seedy underbelly of New York's Chinatown, Peter and Neal must navigate vicious Triads, mysterious Interpol agents, and a game of Pai Gow in order to capture their target.

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7. Free Fall

The FBI investigates a spectacular jewelry heist and all the clues point to Neal. Now Peter must figure out if his CI is telling the truth or if Neal is pulling a con of his own.

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8. Hard Sell

Neal must infiltrate a company of corrupt Wall Street brokers to preserve his deal with the FBI. When Peter is forced to go undercover alongside him, a discovery is made that could change their partnership forever.

AGES-15-AND-OVER Subtitles Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: 1 January 2010
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9. Bad Judgment

When Peter and Neal discover that an estate judge committing mortgage fraud is also connected to Fowler, they devise a plan to bring them both down.

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10. Vital Signs

When June's niece suffers renal trauma, Neal stumbles upon a cruel scheme to harvest human organs and brings the case to Peter. Together they enact an elaborate scheme in hopes of artfully conning the black market ringleader into exposing his crimes.

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11. Home Invasion

Peter and Neal find themselves on the trail of an elusive femme fatale who is stealing pieces of a valuable collection. Now they must find the woman and reassemble the pieces before an international conflict erupts.

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12. Bottlenecked

An old rival of Neal's lays down a challenge: to see if either of them can create the impossible forgery - fabricating a unique bottle of wine owned by Ben Franklin. As the rival uses brutal and deadly tactics to achieve his ends, Neal quickly realizes that much more is at stake than bragging rights, and he and Peter must figure out how to take the rival down once and for all.

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13. Front Man

When the daughter of a man from his past goes missing, Neal volunteers to help find her. Little does anyone realize the kidnapper is an old enemy of Neal's, and is leading him right into a trap.

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14. Out of the Box

Neal teams up with Alex in order to retrieve the ever-elusive music box at an Italian Consulate. Meanwhile, Peter enlists the help of an old friend to help him with Folwer.

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Product Details

Genres Drama, Crime, Comedy
Director Bronwen Hughes
Starring Matt Bomer, Tim Dekay
Supporting actors Willie Garson, Marsha Thomason, Natalie Morales, Hilarie Burton, Sharif Atkins, Tiffani Thiessen
Network Twentieth Century Fox
Purchase rights Stream instantly Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video)

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By EA Solinas HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWER on 17 May 2010
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I don't think I've ever quite heard of a show quite like "White Collar," a clever new mystery show in which the FBI decides to employ a brilliant criminal to help them bust other "white collar" criminals. While it has an intriguing new twist on the odd-couple cop show, it also has brilliantly witty writing, a murky conspiracy within the FBI, and some excellent actors with plenty of chemistry -- and it promises to get even better.

While searching for a thief known as the Dutchman, FBI agent Peter Burke (Tim DeKay) hears that gentleman thief/conman/counterfeiter Neal Caffrey (Matt Bomer)-- who he put in prison -- has escaped, only to allow himself to be recaptured. Caffrey is desperate to find his girlfriend Kate, and so he makes Burke an offer: free him from prison, and he'll help him catch the Dutchman.

Though he's dubious about Neal, Peter reluctantly agrees. After only a few hours out, Neal has a new wardrobe, a luxurious apartment and a wealthy landlady who doesn't care that he's a former thief. And he's working for the FBI.

Together, the odd partners tackle a bunch of tricky white-collar cases: data hidden in a designer dress, a priceless Bible stolen from a mobster, a painting with a dodgy trail, smuggled Iraqi artifacts, clashes with Interpol in Chinatown, a jewel robbery, infiltrating Wall Street, real estate fraud, an illegal organ-trafficking ring, priceless wine bottles, and a kidnapper who is gunning for Neal. And as Neal tries to unravel the clues that Kate has left him, he and Peter become entangled in a shadowy conspiracy within the FBI...
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As a rule i dont normally watch shows like this as they tend to all be the same but there is something quite different and exciting about White Collar which makes it stand out from the rest,the casting is perfect, all the characters are funny and very likeable which makes it easy to watch and the story lines are great,not once did i get bored and very surprised at that as normally you find 1 or more episode abit boring. I love the relationship between the FBI agent burke and caffrey, sometimes its like watching a married couple.
I bought this dvd 2days after it came out as i love it and thats something i never do so i shocked myself actually, so i would recommend it to anyone of any age, obviously 12 or older.
This gets an A++++++++++++++++++++++ from me!!!!!
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White Collar is a new American TV series about the FBI, only this time there's a twist.

The main charcter - Neal Caffrey (played by the gorgeous Matthew Bomer who you may recognise as Bryce Larkin from Chuck), is in prison serving a 5 year sentence for bond forgery, when his girlfriend Kate tells him that she is leaving him. This prompts Neal to attempt an escape from the high security facility where he is being held, buying a guards uniform with a stolen credit card, reprogramming a security card using a tape deck, and walking straight out the front door.

He's caught soon enough though, by the man who sent him to prison in the first place - Peter Burke, an FBI agent in the White Collar Crimes division, who questions why Caffrey would break out of prison only 4 months before the end of his term, earning him another 4 years as an inmate.

Seizing on an opportunity, Caffrey gives Burke some invaluable information on a case that he is working, and asks for a deal - his help catching other white collar criminals, in return for release into FBI custody, with a tracking anklet fitted.

At first Burke doesn't go for this idea, but eventually reconsiders when he needs help catching a thief known as 'The Dutchman', knowing that Caffreys own experience in the forgery business could prove invaluable to the case.
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Had never heard of this series but was buying something else when the Amazon flyer - 'People who bought this also looked at these .....'. appeared. The review ratings were excellent and so thought we should give Series 1 a try. So glad we did. This is our 'nightcap' treat and we watch it in bed (it's the only room with a DVD Player!). Only thing is that bedtime is getting earlier so that we have time to watch two episodes and so in a short time we're way into Series 2 now!!

No swearing, no violence (seen) and would be completely acceptable for family viewing with over 12's (to understand the story lines). There's great charisma between the two main characters - and ditto with the two other back up main characters when they are on screen with them. Back ups from the two FBI young Agents and the female con artists are also perfect.

Always funny as well as dramatic and New York looks great - a change from the seedier sides as in L&O etc.

ABSOLUTELY RECOMMENDED.

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