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|Genre/Form:||Films for the hearing impaired
Detective and mystery television programs
Thrillers (Motion pictures)
Video recordings for the hearing impaired
Mystery television programs
Suspense television programs
Thrillers (Television programs)
Thrillers (Motion pictures, television, etc.)
|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||Rob Morrow; David Krumholtz; Judd Hirsch; Peter MacNicol; Cheryl Heuton; Nicolas Falacci; Liz Friedman; Tim Matheson; Skip Chaisson; Mick Jackson; Davis Guggenheim; Jeff Vlaming; David Von Ancken; Doris Egan; Lesli Linka Glatter; Lou Antonio; Andrew Dettmann; Alex Zakrzewski; Wendy West; Martha Mitchell; Ken Sanzel; J Miller Tobin; Paris Barclay; Paul Holahan; Sabrina Lloyd; Robinne Lee; C C H Pounder; Rainn Wilson; J K Simmons; Alyson Reed; Douglas Sills; Michael Bryan French; Susan Egan; Tom Irwin; Greg Zola; Neil Patrick Harris; Jeffrey D Sams; Keith Szarabajka; Ruben Garfias; Benjamin Salisbury; Victor Raider-Wexler; Mel Winkler; Molly Hagan; Angela Paton; Lou Diamond Phillips; Arabella Field; David Marshall Grant; Carrie Preston; Roxanne Hart; Victor Rivers; Joseph Gordon-Levitt; Stacy Edwards; Bruce Davison; James Sie; Bill Smitrovich; Rod McLachlan; Ethan Embry; Gloria Reuben; Max Martini; Anthony De Sando; Jennifer Westfeldt; Eddie Velez; Mark Saks; Ivan Strasburg; Charlie Clouser; Navi Rawat; Anthony Heald; Paramount Pictures Corporation.; Scott Free Productions.; CBS DVD (Firm); Paramount DVD (Firm)|
|Notes:||Title from menu.
Originally broadcast on CBS television during 2005.
Contains all 13 episodes from the first season.
"Enhanced for 16:9 TVs"--Container.
Recorded in Dolby digital 5.1 surround.
Special features: Crunching Numb3rs : season one; Point of origin : inside the unaired pilot; audition reels with optional commentary by Mark Saks; Do the math : the Caltech analysis; Charlievision : FX sequences 1.0; blooper reel; cast and crew commentaries on select episodes.
|Credits:||Director of photography, Ivan Strasburg (1st-8th episodes), Matthew Jensen (9th-13th episodes) ; editing, Jan Northrop (1st, 4th, 6th, 7th episodes), Robert McFalls (2nd, 9th, 12th episodes), Stan Salfas (3rd, 5th, 8th episodes), Todd Desrosiers (10th, 13th episodes), Clay Cambern (11th episode) ; music, Charlie Clouser.|
|Cast:||Rob Morrow, David Krumholtz, Judd Hirsch, Peter MacNicol, Alimi Ballard, Sabrina Lloyd, Navi Rawat, Kate Norby, Anthony Heald, William O'Leary, Gibby Brand, Karl Calhoun, Amanda Carlin, John Lacy, Kristen Ariza, Alan Davidson, David Carrera, Robinne Lee, Andrew Caple-Shaw, Sam Wellington, Ken Meseroll, CCH Pounder, Rainn Wilson, Elizabeth Connors, Marita Geraghty, Anjul Nigam, J.K. Simmons, David Hunt, Alyson Reed, Douglas Sills, Annika Peterson, Michael Bryan French, James Immekus, Devon Michaels, James Joseph O'Neil, James Martin Kelly, Susan Egan, Tom Irwin, Ian Barford, Jamie McShane, Greg Zola, Fay Wolf, Neil Patrick Harris, Emma Prescott, Murphy Cross, Jeffrey D. Sams, Keith Szarabajka, Bobby Preston, Colette Kilroy, Ruben Garfias, Randy Kovitz, Caryn West, George Gerdes, Lyle Kanouse, Benjamin Salisbury, Sam Ayers, Marcus Chait, Victor Raider-Wexler, Michole Briana White, Geoffrey Rivas, Mel Winkler, Dale Dickey, Sarah Wayne Callies, James Leo Ryan, Jennifer Carta, Vince Deadrick, Sr., Melanie Lora, David Figlioli, Luis Antonio Ramos, Chris Butler, Marek Probosz, Dominic Fumusa, Molly Hagan, Angela Paton, Vanita Harbour, Janan Raouf, Scott Paetty, Noah Bean, Jayne Taini, Don Fischer, Franc Ross, Lou Diamond Phillips, Arabella Field, Heather Lee, Nathanael Johnson, David Marshall Grant, Reynaldo Rosales, Ron Dean, Carrie Preston, Roxanne Hart, Michael Shamus Wiles, Susan Merson, Victor Rivers, Mark Watson, Sendhil Ramamurthy, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Corey Stoll, Stacy Edwards, Ross Gibby, Elizabeth Dennehy, Bruce Davison, Susan Beaubian, James Sie, Bill Smitrovich, Rod McLachlan, Castulo Guerra, Dwayne L. Barnes, Ethan Embry, Gloria Reuben, Benjamin Jay Davis, Max Martini, Anthony De Sando, Jennifer Westfeldt, Chad L. Coleman, Christina Cox, Eddie Velez, Kevin Fry-Bowers, Ryan McConville, John Del Regno, Tiara Parker, Julie Mann, Jim Wilkey.|
|Target Audience:||MPAA: Not rated.|
|Description:||4 videodiscs (544 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Contents:||Disc 1: Pilot / producer, Skip Chaisson ; written by Cheryl Heuton & Nicolas Falacci ; directed by Mick Jackson --
Uncertainty principle / written by Cheryl Heuton & Nicolas Falacci ; directed by Davis Guggenheim --
Vector / written by Jeff Vlaming ; directed by David Von Ancken --
Structural corruption / written by Liz Friedman ; directed by Tim Matheson --
disc 2: Prime suspect / written by Doris Egan ; directed by Lesli Linka Glatter --
Sabotage / written by Liz Friedman ; directed by Lou Antonio --
Counterfeit reality / written by Andrew Dettmann ; directed by Alexander Zakrzewski --
Identity crisis / written by Wendy West ; directed by Martha Mitchell --
disc 3: Sniper zero / written by Ken Sanzel ; directed by J. Miller Tobin --
Dirty bomb / written by Andrew Dettmann ; directed by Paris Barclay --
Sacrifice / written by Ken Sanzel ; directed by Paul Holahan --
Noisy edge / written by Cheryl Heuton and Nicolas Falacci ; directed by J. Miller Tobin --
disc 4: Manhunt / written by Andrew Dettmann ; directed by Martha Mitchell --
Numb3rs (Television program)
|Responsibility:||created by Cheryl Heuton & Nicolas Falacci ; Scott Free in association with Paramount.|
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