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Ugly Betty: The Complete First Season

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  • Actors: America Ferrera, Eric Mabius, Vanessa Williams, Alan Dale, Michael Urie
  • Format: Box set, Color, DVD-Video, NTSC, Special Edition
  • Language: Spanish, English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: ABC Studios
  • Release Date: Aug. 21 2007
  • Run Time: 992 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars 7 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B00005JPII
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #12,485 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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Audiences are cheering for a vibrant overachiever with the spirit and smarts to live her dream. America Ferrera stars as go-getter Betty Suarez, a true beauty in the skin-deep world of high fashion. Two very different cultures collide in this sexy and stylish series about believing in yourself regardless of the odds. Earning Golden Globe(R) Awards For Best Television Series (Musical or Comedy, 2006) and Best Performance By an Actress In A Television Series (Musical Or Comedy, 2006) in its very first season, UGLY BETTY is a runaway hit with fans and critics. "UGLY BETTY is a thing of beauty," raves the Boston Herald. Experience every episode of Season One in this six-disc DVD box set. Plus, join executive producer Salma Hayek and actor Eric Mabius for exclusive show insights, and see what it takes for America Ferrera to get Bettyfied -- available only on DVD. You'll find yourself falling in love with every minute of UGLY BETTY.

Special Features

Becoming Ugly -- America Ferrera And Cast Explore What It Means To Get Bettyfied|A La Mode -- Go Behind The Scenes To Discover The Fashion, Decor And Elegance Of MODE|Green Is The New Black -- The High Fashion Of Manhattan And the Coziness Of Queens All Created In Hollywood|Deleted Scenes|Audio Commentaries|And More!

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And by that, I mean the price. Amazon wants $62 for a set that is selling at their US counterpart for $38. Our exchange rate is at 94 cents on the dollar. What is wrong with this picture? I know that this debate has been going on for the past year, with publishers and manufacturers not recognizing that our dollar is much stronger than it used to be. I am completely put off. I think that Ugly Betty is an amazing show, and for a fair price, I would buy it.

This is not a fair price.
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Ugly Betty is a thoroughly enjoyable series ... so refreshing! It's just so much fun to watch! I too would gladly buy this dvd if it was fairly priced. Amazon wants over $70 for it and just recently I've seen it for much less in a local movie rental outlet. Is this just blatant greed? I've always counted on Amazon to offer me the best possible deal but lately it's been letting me down big time.
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From my point of view, "Ugly Betty" is the kind of tv series that can make a fan out of you instantly, even if you watch just an episode. So if you don't have some free time you can dedicate to it every week, remember to avoid this show like the plague :)

Why is this series fun? It's about a young girl from Queens, Betty (America Ferrera), that begins to work as assistant to Daniel (Eric Mabius), the new editor-in-chief at a fashion magazine. Betty is very intelligent and kind, but has a characteristic that amounts to sin in the world of fashion: she is not beautiful. The different episodes show us how she copes with stereotypes, makes new friends, finds love and tries to fight off the people who don't like her or want to see her boss fail.

I think that you will be surprised by how good the actors in "Ugly Betty" are (even though special mention should be given to America Ferrara and Vanessa Williams, everybody shines). But more importantly, I believe that you will love the fact that a show that entertains also happens to deliver a strong and positive message. This tv series allows us to watch things that we take for granted from an unjaundiced point of view, that is from Betty's perspective, saying things that need to be said, but in such a way that you end up being entertained, and wanting to know what will happen next week. And then, you are hooked :)

All in all, a show to recommend...

Belen Alcat
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I avoided this show when it first came out, thinking it was a sort of one-note comedy about an ugly girl working at a fashion magazine. Still I was curious, knowing that it was adapted from a successful Brazillian show. When I finally watched it, I was blown away, not just by how funny it is but how many levels it works on. It is a witty lampooning of the fashion industry (I have friends that work in that industry), an observation of cultural and socioeconomic classes, as well as just a great series about a smart-but-naive young woman and her family negotiating a shark-filled world. It employs outrageous plot twists and characters to keep us entertained, but deep down it's a funny, feel-good show.

Particularly touching is the platonic friendship that develops between Betty and her spoiled-rich-boy boss Daniel Meade, whose publishing magnate father has put him in charge of Mode magazine despite his lack of experience. Daniel's father is the one who hires Betty, because he wants a girl Daniel won't hit on. Although their backgrounds could not be more different, Betty and Daniel quickly become friends because they are both good-hearted and both outsiders to the crazy world of high fashion.

The difference between Ugly Betty and other "feel-good" shows is that Ugly Betty has incredibly clever writing. It is never trite or preachy, and always funny.

Another amazing thing about this show is its broad appeal. Not only do I love it, but my husband loves it, our nieces love it, my friend's teenage son loves it, et cetera. Anyone can identify with the humor in Ugly Betty, because the jokes are not just about the fashion industry, but by extension about the obsessed-with-appearances-and-status world around us.
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