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NCIS: Seasons 1-6 [Import]

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  • Actors: Mark Harmon, Michael Weatherly, David McCallum, Sean Murray, Cote De Pablo
  • Format: Box set, Color, Dolby, DVD-Video, Widescreen, NTSC, Import
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish, Portuguese
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 35
  • MPAA Rating: NR
  • Studio: Paramount
  • Release Date: Aug. 25 2009
  • Run Time: 6048 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 3 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B001G0MFJM
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NCIS: Seasons One - Six

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I've bought the individual seasons as they were released. This package is a good deal at this price, if you don't have any of the seasons already.

I don't usually watch crime dramas. My entire collection contains only 5 categories: NCIS, House, sitcoms, SF shows, things with vampires in them.
I tried CSI, Law and Order, and a few others. I was bored to tears, didn't buy them.

NCIS on the other hand is different. The acting is superb, the characters are funny and likable, and there's a lot of action and humor.
I'm currently watching these DVDs for the 4th time, and they're still very enjoyable.

You're getting a total of 138 episodes of about 40 minutes each. That's over 15 hours per season. Very few shows are that generous.

Audio and sound quality are just fine. There are English subtitles, if you want them. Probably for other languages too, but I haven't checked.

The part I like most about NCIS is how every character is interesting and gets a lot of screen time and makes you care about him or her. It's not just Mark Harmon, that is. Tony and Abby are just as important, for example. I've only seen this sort of thing in Stargate SG-1 and Buffy, and it's extremely hard to do right.
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I purchased seasons 1-6 of ncis. I was not into watching it until recently. I ordered the series and now I think it is the best series on tv.
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Best deal I found for buying seasons 1 to 6. Quality packaging for DVDs to last a long time. A must-have collection for the NCIS fan.
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x9d311468) out of 5 stars 94 reviews
27 of 28 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9cd97eac) out of 5 stars Simply Amazing April 30 2009
By E. Dawkins - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
This show is simply amazing. All seasons of it are wonderfully done. I started watching this show only recently and became so addicted that I bought all of the seasons on dvd. My husband, in-laws and brother-in-law are all now addicted to it as well. I can't wait for this season to be released on dvd and for the next season to start! I usually don't watch tv shows during the season, I typically wait until the season is over and the dvd's are released, but I just haven't been able to wait for season 6, I've actually been watching it on tv (and then on my laptop while at work!!)

The cast works so well together. The dynamics of the the characters - the best I've seen since Firefly. The way they love each other as a family, look out for each other, rip on each other, joke around, work so flawlessly. This is by far the BEST crime show procedural I've ever seen. It's actually very believable. I mean, besides having to solve a crime in such a short time frame.

The music is great, the camera angles, the editing, the everything. This show is amazing! I hope it stays on for as LONG as it can. It's gained 5 new viewers this season alone.

My thanks goes out to the cast and crew for the superb job done on this television show.
11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
By B. Peterson - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
NCIS has been one of the leading network TV shows for the last few seasons. With its colorful cast and fascinating story lines, NCIS proves to be "more addicting than pistachios." NCIS is based out of Washington, DC but the crimes that they investigate take them all over the country and even the world.

The characters that make up the NCIS team are truly what make the show. The team is made up primarily of 6 main characters. The team leader, Special Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs, is an ex-marine gunnery sergeant who proves to be a brilliant investigator whose gut is famous. Under him are his three agents Special Agents DiNozzo, McGee, and Todd (seasons 1+2) or David (seasons 3-7). Special Agent Anthony DiNozzo is the senior field agent and never lets anyone forget it. His personality is best compared to that of an overgrown frat boy. Despite his immaturity, Tony brings his experience working with the Baltimore Police Department adding great experience to the team. The third member of the team is Special Agent Timothy McGee, aka Probie. McGee joined the team half way through the first season bringing with him a MIT education in computer sciences that he uses to track criminals and access pretty much any information that was ever digitalized, if it's out there McGee will find it. He takes flack from Tony for being a geek, often to the point of calling him McGeek, but McGee doesn't let it get him down. The team of special agents can be rounded out by the only female on the team. In seasons one and two this position is filled by Kate Todd, an ex-secret service agent who joins the team in season one after being fired from the Secret Service for helping agents Gibbs and DiNozzo get the body of a dead marine off Air Force One. She is a feisty agent who is always trying to to prove to Tony that she can do anything just as well as any man. Kate takes her job very seriously and this ends up saving Agent Gibbs life, but costing her her own at the end of season two. After Kate's death this position is filled by Mossad Liaison Officer Ziva David. Ziva is a trained assassin from Israel who has issues avoiding using force to get the answers she wants. While this rounds out the team of agents their support staff is just as important and even more colorful.

They are supported by Medical Examiner Dr. Donald Mallard, Ducky and Forensic Scientist Abby Scuito. Ducky is an older gentleman from Scotland who has seen everything and is not afraid to let anyone know. Every case reminds him of something that he has seen before and the story of that situation precedes every briefing Gibbs receives, whether he wants to hear it or not. Ducky is known for his expertise in allowing the dead to tell their stories. He is a proper gentleman and is always sporting a bow tie, except the one time that he was seeing a younger woman and traded the bow tie for a younger looking neck tie for a few weeks. Upstairs from Ducky's autopsy is Abby. Abby is an amazing forensic scientist who never allows anything to go unprocessed and will do it all double time as soon as Gibbs asks. Abby's blood must be type caffeine as she lives off a highly caffeinated drink called caf-pow, which Gibbs brings her every time he needs answers. Abby is one of the happiest people you will ever find yet she has a very extreme sense of style and living. Abby dresses very gothic and even sleeps in a coffin. She is fascinated by death yet so warm and caring. Tony describes Abby as "a paradox wrapped in an oxymoron smothered in contradictions in terms." She shares wonderful relationships with all the members of the team, particularly Gibbs who is very protective of Abby and seems to see her as a daughter figure. Between these two any evidence that exists will be found and linked to anything and everything it can be to catch the criminals.

These six team members always seem to be able to figure out what happened and who is responsible. The rimes that are depicted can often be very troubling and even gruesome at times and watchers of NCIS should be cautions but that should not stop a mature viewer from at least giving NCIS a chance. While NCIS may seem like just another crime show, the characters truly set it far above any other show out there.
15 of 16 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9d0083b4) out of 5 stars NCIS ADDICTION March 4 2009
By Noel Mackin - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
I first started watching NCIS somewhere in Season 2. I liked that much that I now have the complete 5 seasons and cannot wait until season 6 is released. Even my wife who does not watch TV that much keeps on reminding me when NCIS is showing on TV. It has to be one of the best shows around. Come on guys push for Season 6 to be transferred to Disc

Noel from Sydney Australia
16 of 21 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9d3151a4) out of 5 stars Possible bootleg DVD set Dec 30 2009
By Jennifer M. Varriano - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
This is possibly a bootlegged DVD set.
!) One episode had been recorded in closed caption that could not be turned off by us.
2) The packaging was wrong. It wasn't individually packaged by season nor the discs labeled in chronicological order. The disc came in a NCIS tin with disc in plastic sleeves.
3) Subtle breaks in action and movement occasionally seen. Two people are walking down a hall and go from 1/4 of the way down the hall to 3/4 of the way in an instant/blip.

The quality was fine and we still enjoyed watching them.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9d315144) out of 5 stars Excellent Series with some Flaws March 13 2010
By Godogma - Published on Amazon.com
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This series is quite excellent, however some of the plot lines are definitely less than inspiring in latter seasons and I can see why Harmon and Bellisario had their recent disagreement followed by Bellisario taking a step back to keep Harmon aboard.

* Season 5 Spoilers Below, you have been warned *

In season 5 I had some definite problems with how Jenny's character changed from a reasonable woman and intelligent Director to an obsessed woman who wasn't willing to acknowledge or adapt to newly revealed information as far as Rene Benoit was concerned which made her much less effective as a Director - the excessive focus on that plot arc soured me on the character as well as giving me some doubts about Tony who was also involved.

She created trust issues between Gibbs and his team as well as put her own judgment into question with a series of bad decisions that didn't really make a hell of a lot of sense with the information that she would have had available to her - I had liked her previously and I think the writers had a distinct failure to keep within the established character in what I consider to be a failed plot arc.

There were simply too many loose details with too many unreasonable actions attributed to her and caused as a result of the plot line and it turned me off of the show somewhat - its taken me weeks to get through season 5 when I devoured season 1-4 in days. I haven't watched season 6+ as of yet, however I'm certain now that it has been resolved it will return to the quality I expected and enjoyed beforehand.

I wish that they had resolved the situation about Jenny's father with some credibility - it was obvious he's alive up to the point I've seen (that may change with more information later; I'm not sure) as fingerprints that weren't damn recent wouldn't be around after the amount of time he was supposed to be dead on a bottle of whiskey.

Overall, I heartily recommend this show other than the plot issues mentioned. Vance also becomes an issue later on from what I understand and breaks up the team for a while with no real reason for doing so other than to cause some sort of trouble - I haven't seen it yet, but the interplay of the team is what makes the show so great compared to CSI or Law and Order (both of which I'm not terribly fond of).