Published: Burbank, CA : Distributed by Warner Home Video, 2010 Description: 5 videodiscs (924 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in ISBN/ISSN: 1419890980, 9781419890987, Language: English
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Release date: Aug. 24, 2010
Special features: unaired scenes ; OTH--the directors debut ; commentary by creator, cast and crew ; gag reel
James Lafferty, Bethany Joy Galeotti, Sophia Bush, Austin Nichols, Robert Buckley, Shantel Vansanten, Jackson Brudage, Lee Norris, Antwon Tanner, Jana Kramer, Lisa Goldstein and Paul Johansson
The journeys of those who hail from the town of Tree Hill have been vast, from Nathan and Haley's first kiss to marriage, a son and, most recently, Nathan's return to the basketball court. Now in its seventh season, One Tree Hill continues to explore the journeys of its beloved characters, while seamlessly introducing new favorites. As the series jumps ahead 14 months, these new relationships infuse the history and change the lives of those who live there
DVD, widescreen region 1
English subtitled for the deaf and hard of hearing
English dialogue; French, Portuguese and Spanish subtitles
4:30 AM (apparently they were traveling abroad) / What are you willing to lose / Hold my hand as I am lowered / Believe me, I'm lying / Your cheatin' heart / Disc one. Episode 1: Episode 2: Episode 3: Episode 4: Episode 5:
Deep ocean vast sea / I and love and you / I just died in your arms tonight / Now you lift your eyes to the sun / You are a runner and I am my father's son / Disc two. Episode 6: Episode 7: Episode 8: Episode 9: Episode 10:
You know I love you, don't you? / Some roads lead nowhere / Weeks go by like days / Family affair / Don't you forget about me / Disc three. Episode 11: Episode 12: Episode 13: Episode 14: Episode 15:
My attendance is bad but my intentions are good / At thebottom of everything / The last day of our acquaintenance / Every picture tells a story / Learning to fall / Disc four. Episode 16: Episode 17: Episode 18: Episode 19: Episode 20:
What's in the ground belongs to you / Almost everything I wish I'd said the last time I saw you / Disc five. Episode 21: Episode 22:
written by Mark Schwahn ; directed by Clark Mathis -- written by Mark Schwahn ; directed by Les Butler -- written by Marc Schwahn ; directed by Liz Friedlander -- written by John a Norris ; directed by Greg prange -- written by Mike Herro & David Strauss ; directed by Peter B. Kowalski
written by Mike Daniels ; directed by Janice Cooke -- written by Mark Schwahn ; directed by James Lafferty -- written by Terrence Coli ; directed by Michael J. Leone -- written by Karin Gist ; directed by Sophia Bush -- written by Mark Schwahn ; directed by Paul Johansson
written by William H. Brown ; directed by Greg Prange -- written by Mark Schwahn ; directed by Mark Schwahn -- written by Karin Gist ; directed by Joe Davola -- written by Mike Herro & David Strauss ; directed by Paul Johansson -- written by Terrence Coli ; directed by Les Butler
written by Nikki Schiefelbein ; directed by Jessica Landaw -- written by John A. Norris ; directed by Bethany Joy Galeotti -- written by Mike Daniels ; directed by Joe Davola -- written by William H. Brown ; directed by Chad Graves -- written by Shaina Fewell & Renee Intlekofer ; directed by Greg Prange
written by Mark Schwahn ; directed by Peter B. Kowalski -- written by Mark Schwahn ; directed by Mark Schwahn
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