Murder One - Season 1 details
|Starring:||Mary McCormack, Daniel Benzali, Stanley Tucci, Michael Hayden, Grace Phillips, Kevin Tighe|
|Directors:||Michael Fresco, Jo Ann Fogle, Charles Haid|
|Studio:||20TH CENTURY FOX HOME ENTERTAINMENT|
Murder One - Season 1 - Disc 1
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Murder One - Season 1 - Disc 2
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Murder One - Season 1 - Disc 3
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Murder One - Season 1 - Disc 4
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Murder One - Season 1 - Disc 5
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Murder One - Season 1 - Disc 6
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|Run time:||16 hours 39 minutes|
|Rental release:||06 Sep 2004|
|Hearing impaired subtitles:||English|
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Murder 1 Murdered Them All!By a customer from Grays, Essex , 14 May 2006
[Highly rated reviewer]If you have never seen this series from the 90's then rent it now!
Twists, turns, shocks this is the original 24 genre before Jack Bauer was even a twinkle in the writers eye.
Daniel Banzali as Ted Hoffman gives the performance of his career with excellent supporting cast. Wish i could give it 6 stars.
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Outstanding Show, with excellent castBy Kimberley from Manchester , 12 Jul 2007
THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS Show review anywayHideI first watched this show (i think on BBC2) in the 90's, and remember being hooked on it then, then with the conception of Love Film, this has given me the chance to re-watch this fantastic show.
The acting is top notch, with possibly one of the greatest TV characters of all time being created by Daniel Benzali in the shape of Theodore (Teddy) Hoffman.
Each episode keeps you gripped, and very much in the way of 24 changes the shape of the show.
I have long watched shows (Law and Order, Perry Mason) where the focus is on the prosecution, so it is really strange and nice to see the show focused around the defense, and the tactics involved.
I would recommend this show to anyone.
Watch It!!!By Bristol Bird from England , 13 Feb 2007Really good, you get totally hooked straight away!!
The twist at the end is a shocker!!
One to watch!By Richard G from WORTHING, WEST SUSSEX, ENGLAND , 16 Jan 2007The only reason I watched this back in the 90s was because of it's creator - Stephen Bochco. I had been enjoying Hill Street Blues and thought I would give this new serial a go. I thought that 23 episodes to solve a murder may drag, but how wrong I was! I couldn't wait for each episode. It was one of the finest, if not the finest, series on TV at the time. I have enjoyed watching it all over again - it still keeps you guessing.
Worth a look if you missed it first time aroundBy a customer from Loughborough , 29 Nov 2006Having watched this previously on television, I was looking forward to revisiting this on DVD. Not quite as good as I remembered and has now perhaps been eclipsed by such great shows as 24. A little dated, but still worth a look for those who missed the TV show.
Great, great showBy a customer from Liverpool, England , 31 Aug 2006This is a fantastic show. I rented it because of a review in a magazine ages ago. I'm glad I did.
The lawyers are cool, the supposed killers are cool. The music is a bit 90s, but it just adds to nail-biting nature of the show.
RENT. THIS. NOW!