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Dexter. : Season 1 (2007, original release: 2006)


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Published: [Los Angeles, Calif.] : Showtime Entertainment : CBS DVD, [2007]
Description:  4 videodiscs (650 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in
ISBN/ISSN: 9786311202104, 1415728488, 9781415728482,
Language:  English

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Based on the novel Darkly dreaming Dexter by Jeff Lindsay

Originally broadcast on Showtime in 2006

Contains all 12 episodes from the first season

Special features: Disc 4: "The academy of blood" : a killer course; "Witnessed in blood" : a true murder investigation; two free episodes of Showtime's hit series "Brotherhood"; free episodic download of "The Tudors"; the first two chapters of "Dexter in the dark," the newest Dexter novel; two audio commentaries by the cast & producers

Michael C. Hall, Julie Benz, Jennifer Carpenter, Erik King, Lauren Velez, David Zayas, James Remar

Dexter Morgan is a Miami police forensics expert who moonlights as a serial killer of criminals who he believes have escaped justice

Not rated

DVD, region 1, widescreen (16:9 enhanced) presentation; Dolby Digital 5.1 surround, Dolby Digital 2.0 stereo., surround, Dolby Digital mono., NTSC

English (5.1 or 2.0) or dubbed Spanish (mono.) dialogue; closed-captioned

Disc 1: Episode 1: Dexter ; Episode 2: Crocodile ; Episode 3: Popping Cherry ; Episode 4: Let's give the boy a hand -- Disc 2: Episode 5: Love American style ; Episode 6: Return to sender ; Episode 7: Circle of friends ; Episode 8: Shrink wrap -- Disc 3: Episode 9: Father knows best ; Episode 10: Seeing red ; Episode 11: Truth be told -- Disc 4: Episode 12: Born free

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Additional Credits:
Manos, James, Jr.
Hall, Michael C., 1971-
Benz, Julie, 1972-
Carpenter, Jennifer, 1979-
King, Erik.
VĂ©lez, Lauren.
Zayas, David.
Remar, James.
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A Bloody Masterpiece!

Dexter will never disappoint. Each and every episode is a work of art, and it never gets boring or old. To start, we have excellent deliveries from Michael C. Hall as the serial killer (yet a like-able one) known as Dexter Morgan. Add "The Excorcism Of Emily Rose" star Jennifer Carpenter, who plays Dexter's sometimes moody sister, Deb. It's a hard accomplishment to get someone to actually love a serial killer. But Dexter is one of those few attempts that works. It's not forced upon you- the show doesn't shove the whole "well this serial killer had a terrible childhood..." in your face. And it doesn't need to in order to get you to love its main character. You just do. Michael C. Hall can play any emotion he's handed. Jennifer Carpenter fits her character perfectly, as does everyone else in the cast. Then there's the actual story lines. It's not cliché. It's actually scary and chilling. It keeps you guessing. It's one of those mysteries that is very difficult to solve, but it still keeps your interest. 'Dexter' can also be hilarious when it wants to be, depressing when it wants to be and especially thrilling when it wants to be. And it doesn't come across as trying too hard. Strong writing, clever dialogue, talented stars. It all makes for a wonderful TV show. Definitely one of the best shows of all time.

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