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Dragnet [Import anglais]


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  • Acteurs : Jack Webb, Ben Alexander, Richard Boone, Ann Robinson, Stacy Harris
  • Réalisateurs : Jack Webb
  • Scénaristes : Jack Webb, Harry Essex, Richard L. Breen
  • Producteurs : Stanley D. Meyer
  • Format : NTSC, Import
  • Région : Région 1 (USA et Canada). Ce DVD ne pourra probablement pas être visualisé en Europe. Plus d'informations sur les formats DVD/Blu-ray.
  • Nombre de disques : 1
  • Studio : Universal Mod
  • Date de sortie du DVD : 27 septembre 2013
  • Durée : 88 minutes
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  • ASIN: B0033PSH5O
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HASH(0x95776d74) étoiles sur 5 Just the facts . . . The best Dragnet collection! 25 août 2003
Par Robert Huggins - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
While there are numerous DVDs with public domain episodes of the original Dragnet television series on the market today, this set (from Brentwood Home Video) is the one to get. Here's why . . .
1. Quantity - The 20 episodes included on this set represent the largest single collection of original Dragnet episodes released to date (August 2003).
2. Price/Value - At a retail of [$$ it is amazing].
3. Variety - There are some very well-known (and "common") episodes included like The Big Seventeen and The Big Producer, but there are some rarer episodes and one, The Big Frame, has not previously appeared on DVD. Since Amazon did not list the episode titles, I am including them below for Dragnet fans so that you can compare this collection of episodes with others:
Episodes - Disc 1/Side A
1. The Big September Man
2. The Big Seventeen
3. The Big Show
4. The Big Break
5. The Big Hands
Episodes - Disc 1/Side B
1. The Big Betty
2. The Big Thief
3. The Big Little Jesus
4. The Big Bird (mislabeled incorrectly on rear cover and the disc menu as The Big Trunk)
5. The Big Boys
Episodes - Disc 2/Side A
1. The Big Shoplift
2. The Big Hit-Run Killer
3. The Big Girl
4. The Big Frame
5. The Big Producer
Episodes - Disc 2/Side B
1. The Big Crime
2. The Big Pair
3. The Big Bar
4. The Big War
5. The Big Oskar
My five star rating is closer to four & one-half stars as this collection is not "problem free." While all of the episodes range, visually, from fair to very good, there has been no digital restoration of the prints utilized for this collection. All episodes are watchable, just don't expect to see pristine prints . . . you can expect some film scratches and specks. Audio is very good on almost all of the episodes. The episode "The Big War" is of noticeably lesser visual quality than the other episodes. There are no DVD "extras," but you can access individual episodes through a menu option. What shines through on this set is the brilliance of Jack Webb . . . even though most of the episodes were made 50 years ago, the documentary style approach that Webb employed to tell these stories is still better than most of today's television police shows. Highly recommended!!!
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HASH(0x95776dc8) étoiles sur 5 Dragnet -- The First, The Best -- Jack Webb lives! 23 octobre 2005
Par Beth Fox - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Those of us who grew up with and loved the 1960s version of Dragnet are in for a pleasant surprise. The 1950s version is grittier, more true-to-life, and even more "no-nonsense" than the later series. The black-and-white photography makes everything look downbeat and harder, and truly portrays the underside of society, rather than sunny Los Angeles. It's detectives in hats, records in pen and ink, milk in bottles, and cigarettes everywhere. High-tech means sending out a "radiogram." You don't get Friday lecturing hippies, but the 1950s series is, in my opinion, better.

I have many original Dragnet episodes on VHS, but this DVD set is quite a buy. Although some of the episodes have incorrect titles, you cannot beat the price. Fans of the 1960s series will enjoy seeing a rather young Virginia Gregg, a very young Peggy Webber, as well as Art Gilmore, Harry Bartell, a very young Bill Boyett (Sgt. MacDonald on Adam-12), Natalie Masters and assorted other actors who formed Jack Webb's unofficial company of players. There are some classic episodes here.

I noticed that one reviewer posted the list of episodes that you get in this set, but here is a brief explanation of each of them:

Disk 1, Side A

1. The Big September -- A woman is murdered by a religious fanatic.
2. The Big Seventeen -- Episode starts with the destruction of a movie theatre by kids on drugs. The 17-year old in question ruins his life by taking heroin. (Note: this boy would have been born in 1935 -- long before the hippie generation. Webb tackled drug use long before it was commonplace.)
3. The Big Show (should really be the "Big Secret") -- a young Virginia Gregg plays the wife of an army officer. While taking an interstate bus trip, a young woman handed the officer's wife a baby, and said she would be back. When the young mother did not arrive, Friday and Smith investigate. This is one of the best episodes on this DVD set. A must watch!
4. The Big Break -- A guy arrested for robbery breaks out of county jail and then an army jail. Lots of action in this episode.
5. The Big Hands -- A woman's body is found in a hotel room. Friday and Smith have to find out who she is, who killed her, and why. A young Olan Soule is a lab technician, a role that he would reprise in the 1960s Dragnets.

Disc 1, Side B

1. The Big Betty -- Thieves scan the obituary columns, then sell relatives of the deceased worthless merchandise. The last crook is nabbed at a New Year's Eve party. Classic lines: Crook: Evey year, New Year's Eve, I cry. Never had any reason for it. Friday: You're going to have one this year, lady.
2. The Big Thief -- A couple of crooks were robbing doctors at hotels. This is the most personal episode, as it shows Friday's reaction to killing a suspect, and his girlfriend comforts him. One of the best episodes in the DVD set!
3. The Big Little Jesus -- Those who have seen the 1960s series will recognize this one, as the 1960s version was just redone in color. A baby Jesus is missing from the oldest downtown church. Harry Bartell plays the priest.
4. The Big Trunk (really, the Big Bird)-- a burglar breaks into homes in new developments in the San Fernando Valley (which you can buy for $500 down!) and kills any pet birds he finds. Classic lines: Crook: I don't feel sorry for something just 'cause it's locked up. Friday (snapping on the handcuffs): You might.
5. The Big Boys -- Four boys, including a very young Leonard Nimoy, go on a robbery spree.

Disc 2, Side A

1. The Big Shoplift -- The detectives investigate a series of shoplifts of department stores. A young Peggy Webber plays a doctor's wife.
2. The Big Hit-Run Killer -- An elderly woman and her grandson are killed by a hit-and-run driver. With few clues, Friday must track down who it is.
3. The Big Girls -- Motorists are being robbed by different large, attractive women. Friday and Smith get the case.
4. The Big Frame -- Friday and Smith track down the killer of a man who apparently had died in a hit-and-run -- or was there another cause of the death? And who had killed him? The victim's girlfriend is played by a very young Carolyn Jones.
5. The Big Producer -- A very young Martin Milner (Malloy on Adam-12) peddles pornographic photos to his high school friends; Friday then has to find and arrest the producer of pornographic movies. I'm surprised this was shown on TV in 1952.

Disc 2, Side B

1. The Big Crime -- This was indeed a big crime. Two four-year-old twin girls were kidnapped and sexually molested. Again, it is amazing that this was shown on TV in the early 1950s.
2. The Big Pair (should be "The Big Housekeeping") -- A couple completely strip homes of their furnishings while the owners are on vacation.
3. The Big Bar -- A killer keeps murdering bar owners. He has the unusual habit of playing one song over and over on the juke box.
4. The Big War -- Friday tries to prevent a juvenile gang war. The episode features Natalie Masters as a doting mother who refuses to believe her darling son could be up to any trouble. This is a role she would repeat in the 1960s Dragnet series.
5. The Big Oskar -- A man comes into the police station claiming that he knows where stolen goods are and who stole them.

This is a great deal. I only wish they would bring out all the black and white episodes on DVD, season by season.
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HASH(0x9577d21c) étoiles sur 5 Unless you're growin', Sit down! 27 mai 2010
Par Adam Graham, Superhero and Detective Fiction Author - Publié sur Amazon.com
Achat vérifié
This is Sgt. Friday in living color in 1950s form before the middle age paunch of the 1960s. It's Sergeant Friday in a show that mixes Dragnet with the fast-paced Noir writing that made Webb's Private Detective show, Pat Novak for Hire (written by screenwriter Richard Breen,) a classic.

1) Picture Quality was superb: I've seen this on an old rental VHS and the difference is night and day. The color is crisp and stunning. This is a good print that Universal used.

2) The Story is not your ordinary Dragnet. This film would be considered a minor noir classic if it weren't based on a TV show. In many ways it deviates with a fist fight in a bridge hall and the lack of banter between Friday and Smith. As well, Friday is a little more aggressive and on-edge than normally written. This is because Breen didn't write for Dragnet. It's very similar to the normal Dragnet, but with a greater hard boiled punch to it that makes it interesting. It also fits that Friday would be a little tougher as he's dealing with underworld hoods throughout the whole thing, and not Mrs. Garrity, the grey-haired landlady. Just because it's different, doesn't make it bad or unfitting for the canon. It's actually a well-made and distinct film.

3) The Dialogue is a Work of Art. This is Friday at his toughest, delivering lines such as, "Unless you're growin', Sit down! " to a hood trying to start something.

Friday is tough and ready for action in a forgotten classic that is a must see for fans of Dragnet, NOIR, or detective fiction.
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HASH(0x9577d378) étoiles sur 5 Old "Dragnet" made new 1 juin 2010
Par S. R. Petix - Publié sur Amazon.com
Achat vérifié
Kudos to Universal Vault series for their bringing this 1954 Warner Bros. movie classic to DVD. I had an old BETA(!)copy that was poorly transferred with washed-out colors. The DVD corrects all that and makes available a classic "police-action" concept from the '50s enjoyable to watch, with all its dated dialog and action intact. Great fun!
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HASH(0x9577d6cc) étoiles sur 5 Most of these reviews are not for this product 11 février 2010
Par Paul F. Penna - Publié sur Amazon.com
Achat vérifié
Ignore any reviews dated before 2010 as Amazon has, at least as of this date, mistakenly assigned them to this product, which was not issued until Jan. 10, 2010. As jrc "jrcasey" has already pointed out, those old reviews are for public-domain compilations of episodes of the "Dragnet" TV series. I agree with his comments about the quality of this DVD of the 1954 feature film. Appears to be a recent transfer from an excellent-quality film element. Even the opticals (fade-ins, fade-outs and dissolves between scenes, accomplished by re-photographing the original negative) are in better shape than is often seen in films of this vintage. While the film itself isn't quite all I'd hoped it would be - for one thing, I was wishing for less back lot photography and more on location - there's plenty to drink in if you appreciate time-capsule looks into early-fifties culture: the clothes, the cars, the technology, all in color. And you can't beat that rapid-fire, hardboiled Dragnet dialog.Dragnet (1954) (Amazon.com Exclusive)
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