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Dark angel. / The complete first season

Author: James CameronCharles H EgleeAllan KroekerDavid NutterMichael Ray RhodesAll authors
Publisher: [United States] : 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment, [2003]
Edition/Format:   DVD video : NTSC color broadcast system : English : DVD collector's edView all editions and formats
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Set in post-apocalyptic Seattle in the year 2019. Max Guevara is a young genetically created woman and part of a top-secret government elite military squad, who is living life as a bicycle messenger/fugitive in the ruins of Seattle. She is hiding from her former commanding officer, Lydecker who is looking to bring her back to his fold. Max meets and turns to Logan Cale, a crippled computer specialist/left-wing rebel  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Television programs
Video recordings for the hearing impaired
Drama
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: James Cameron; Charles H Eglee; Allan Kroeker; David Nutter; Michael Ray Rhodes; Jessica Alba; Michael Weatherly; John Savage; Alimi Ballard; Jennifer Blanc; Richard Gunn; J C MacKenzie; Valarie Rae Miller; Stephen Lee; Peter Wunstorf; Stephen Mark; Twentieth Century-Fox Television, Inc.; Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, Inc.
OCLC Number: 52142422
Language Note: English, French or Spanish dialogue with Spanish subtitles; closed-captioned.
Notes: Information from pre-release promotional materials; release date: May 20, 2003. Repackaged in 2009.
Originally released as a television series from 2000-2001.
Special features: commentary by Charles Eglee & David Nutter on pilot episode; commentary by Charles Eglee and Renee Echevarria on "Rising"; commentary by Charles Eglee, Renee Echevarria, and Charles Woolnaugh on "And I Am a Camera"; commentary by Michael Weatherly and Jessica Alba on " ... And Jesus Brought a Casserole"; featurettes: Dark Angel, Genesis, Seattle Ain't What It Used to Be, Creating an X-5; audition tapes; gag reel/bloopers; James Cameron's Dark Angel video game trailer.
Credits: Director of photography, Peter Wunstorf ; editor, Stephen Mark.
Cast: Jessica Alba, Michael Weatherly, John Savage, Alimi Ballard, Jennifer Blanc, Richard Gunn, J.C. Mackenzie, Valarie Rae Miller, Stephen Lee.
Awards: American Cinema Editors, USA, 2001: Eddie - Best Edited Motion Picture for Commercial Television (Stephen Mark).
Target Audience: MPAA rating: Not rated.
Description: 6 videodiscs (ca. 1050 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD, region 1, full screen; Dolby Digital 2.0 surround, NTSC.
Contents: disc 1. Pilot / written by James Cameron and Charles H. Eglee ; directed by David Hutter ; Heat / written by Partick Harbinson, directed by Michael Katleman ; Flushed / written by René Echevarria and Charles H. Eglee, directed by Terrence O'hara --
disc 2. C.R.E.A.M. / wirtten by David Zabel, directed by Chris Long ; 411 on the DL / written by Doris Egan, directed by Joe Ann Fogle ; Prodigy / teleplay by Patrick Harbinson, directed by David Jackson ; Cold comfort / written by Jose Molina, directed by Jefery Levy --
disc 3. Blah blah woof woof / written by Moira Kirland Dekker, directed by Paul Shapiro ; Out / written by David Zabel, directed by Sarah Pia Anderson ; Red / teleplay by Jose Molina and David Zabel, directed by Michael Katleman --
disc 4. Art attack / written by Doris Egan, directed by James Contner ; Rising / story by Jose Molina and David Zabel, directed by Duane Clark ; The kidz are allght / written by René Echevarria and Charles H. Eglee, directed by Echevarria, Charles H. Eglee ; Female trouble / written by Patrick Harbinson, directed by John Kretchmer --
disc 5. Haven / written by se Molina, directed by Michael Rhodes ; Shorties in love / written by Adisa Iwa, directed by Paul Shapiro ; Pollo loco / written by Doris Egan, directed by Thomas J. Wright ; I and I am a camera / written by David Simkins, directed by Jeff Woolnough --
disc 6. Hit a sista back / written by Moira Kirland Dekker, directed by James Whitmore, Jr. ; Meow / written by David Zabel, directed by D.J. Caruso ; --And Jesus brought a casserole / written by René Echevarria and Charles H. Eglee, directed by Joe Ann Fogle.
Other Titles: Dark angel (Television program).
James Cameron's Dark angel
Responsibility: 20th Century Fox Television ; writers, James Cameron, Charles H. Eglee ; directors, Allan Kroeker, David Nuter, Michael Ray Rhodes.

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Set in post-apocalyptic Seattle in the year 2019. Max Guevara is a young genetically created woman and part of a top-secret government elite military squad, who is living life as a bicycle messenger/fugitive in the ruins of Seattle. She is hiding from her former commanding officer, Lydecker who is looking to bring her back to his fold. Max meets and turns to Logan Cale, a crippled computer specialist/left-wing rebel who runs a pirated TV system, who helps hide her and asks for her help in cleaning up Seattle of crime and corruption.

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