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The Untouchables: The Complete Series Pack (Complete Seasons 1-4)

Robert Stack , Abel Fernandez    Unrated   DVD
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Synopsis: The Untouchables chronicles the campaign of Eliot Ness (Robert Stack), the young U.S. Prohibition Bureau agent determined to smash the beer and booze empire of Al Capone in 1920s Chicago.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The Untouchables TV Series Nov. 12 2012
By Jerluk
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It was just like I remembered the series when I was younger. Robert Stack played it to perfection and was dead pan in his acting of Elliot Ness. Well done series.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
By Gary
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I'm really enjoying this series and watch at least one episode nearly every night. Like the way Walter Winchell narrates it and that much of the series is quite factual.
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5.0 out of 5 stars absolutely wonderful Oct. 19 2013
By L. Wood
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We have been watching the series ever since we got it. We absolutely love it. I am glad they left it in black and white instead of colorizing it. We have been enjoying every minute of it.
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72 of 74 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Timeless Television June 1 2012
By Karen P. Rhodes - Published on Amazon.com
I have been buying the series. At first, only the first three seasons had been released, and we fans were extremely disappointed. However, the fourth season was finally released and will come out on 24 July. This series is worth it. By today's standards it may seem quaint, and like any other television series it has its flaws. Television is entertainment designed by a committee. If you view it as 30s noir, however, it is great. It's raw, it's gritty, and it got away with some things that just were not done on television in the day (1959-1963). I cannot say enough about Robert Stack's portrayal of Eliot Ness. He set the mold in which such characters as Steve McGarrett (Jack Lord's portrayal in the original "Hawaii Five-0") and Aaron Hotchner ("Criminal Minds") were later cast. I argue with those critics who said that Robert Stack played Ness as cold, unsmiling, unemotional. Critics never see an entire series, so they miss a lot. In the episodes, we see Ness smiling as he greets an old friend, sharing a joke with Nick Georgiade's Rico Rossi at the expense of a smug (and crooked) banker, weeping openly at the death of one of his team, and in red-hot anger. It's a wonderful portrayal. Robert Stack was not one of those emotive actors; he was much more subtle and conveyed a lot with looks, gestures, and mannerisms (which one fan says Mrs. Eliot Ness said were so like her husband's). The supporting cast is fine, as well, and my particular favorites were and are Nick Georgiade as Rico Rossi and Paul Picerni as Lee Hobson. If you pay attention watching the episodes, you will quickly see that there was a repertory-theatre atmosphere about the series, as some of the finest television and film actors of the day, as well as many well-known character actors, appeared multiple times. There were a number of repeat characters, most notably Neville Brand as Al Capone and Bruce Gordon as his "enforcer," Frank Nitti. Some have complained about the price, but buyers must consider that when "The Untouchables" was filmed, television series episodes were several minutes longer than they are today, and there were more of them in a season. This series is worth the price.
16 of 20 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Complete Series of Volume 0ne - Three July 4 2012
By Ethel Lee - Published on Amazon.com
Just amazing series with no commercial. Once you started watching one, you just can't stop watching. The series are addicting. So excited by Series Four coming out. Just simply priceless.
12 of 15 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent Series!! Jan. 31 2013
By Choren - Published on Amazon.com
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I used to watch "The Untouchables" when I was a child. Now that I'm watching them again I can say that this series are really great!! Excellent stories and excellent acting! The dvds are very well protected in their cases. All the series have English and Spanish subtitles. Para mis paisanos: también están dobladas en español neutro (no en castellano como: "jolines tío"), están tal y como las pasaban en canal cuatro! Revive las aventuras de Eliot Ness!!!
9 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars THEY DON'T MAKE 'EM LIKE THIS ANYMORE March 2 2013
By kenrick s. thompson - Published on Amazon.com
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The original "Untouchables" TV series, starring Robert Stack, and narrated by Walter Winchell, is an example of television at its finest during the late '50s and early '60s. The Show falls into the same category as "The Twilight Zone," with solid acting, guest stars who went on to bigger-and-better roles, and thoughtful production. Compare "The Untouchables" to the meaningless, nonsensical programming today. Of course, fans of contemporary Shows, like "Two-and-a-Half-Men" would think of "The Untouchables" as boring and not very entertaining. It's all relative, I suppose........
12 of 15 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Memories Sept. 8 2013
By Charles A. Smith - Published on Amazon.com
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I used to watch this series when I was a Kid and haven't seen an episode in 50 years. It is great to see this series again. This is a product from an era when Television used to provide great entertainment, not like today as there is nothing worth watching.
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