Video recordings for the hearing impaired
Sheila Hockin; Jason Schafer; Michael DeCarlo; Michelle Clunie; Thea Gill; Gale Harold; Randy Harrison; Scott Lowell; Peter Paige; Chris Potter; Hal Sparks; Sharon Gless; Thom Best; Wendy Hallam Martin; Tom Third; Patrick Antosh; Ingrid Jurek; Russell T Davies; Ron Cowen; Daniel Lipman; Tony Jonas Productions (Firm); Cowlip (Firm); Temple Street Productions.; Showtime Networks.; Warner Bros. Television.
|注意：||Originally produced as a television series in 2000.
Based on the British series created by Russell T. Davies ; developed for American television by Ron Cowen, Daniel Lipman.
Contains all 22 episodes from the first season ; each episode is approx. 60 min. each.
Special features: scene introductions by Hal Sparks; outtakes; "Meet the Folks" section with biographies, interviews, and character profiles; season 2 preview; music photo gallery; 3 hours of special edition episodes and commentaries; episode index with previews and summaries; DVD Rom weblink.
|餘額：||Director of photography, Thom Best ; editors, Wendy Hallam Martin [and others] ; music composer, Tom Third ; costume designer, Patrick Antosh ; production designer, Ingrid Jurek.|
|演員名單:||Michelle Clunie, Thea Gill, Gale Harold, Randy Harrison, Scott Lowell, Peter Paige, Chris Potter, Hal Sparks, Sharon Gless.|
|針對讀者群：||MPAA rating: Not rated, however viewer discretion is advised.|
|描述：||6 videodiscs (approximately 1320 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.|
|詳述：||DVD, Dolby digital 2.0 surround.|
|内容：||[Vol 1] Disc 1. Pilot --
Episodes 1-3 --
Disc 2. Episodes 4-7 --
[Vol 2] Disc 3. Episodes 8-11 --
Disc 4. Episodes 12-15 --
[Vol 3] Disc 5. Episodes 16-19 --
Disc 6. Episodes 20-22.
|其他題名：||Queer as folk (Television program : U.S.).|
|責任：||Showtime presents a Tony Jonas Productions, a Cowlip production, Temple Street Productions, a presentation of Showtime Networks Inc. ; producer, Sheila Hockin ; writers, Jason Schafer [and others] ; director, Michael DeCarlo.|
Revolves around a group of gay friends (men & women) living out their day-to-day lives in blue-collar Pittsburgh, PA. This is the first TV drama that treats gay people simply as real people.