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  1. The O.C.: Season 1
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  2. The O.C.: Season 1

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    Price R757.00

Product Description

  • DVD
  • 4 X 3 FULL FRAME
  • Digi-Pack
  • Multi Disc
  • Dolby Surround Stereo - English
  • Additional Scenes: With introductions by creator Josh Schwartz. Audio Commentary: On pilot episode by Creator Josh Schwartz and Producer Stephanie Savage. Easter Eggs: On three episodes. Featurette: Three Featurettes - Casting the OC The Music of the OC and The Real OC featuring behind-the-scenes footage and cast & crew interviews. Other: The Music Of The O.C. - an screen music guide for six episodes.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

The O.C. was the latest in a line of teen-centric night time soap operas that sprang up in the early-mid 2000s. It was what I would describe as a mini "it show" in that it was very popular out of the gate, and had some main stream exposure. It was not necessarily a show that you could not miss on a weekly basis, but it was talked about a lot. The easy comparisons are to shows like 90210, Dawson's Creek etc. There are certainly elements from those shows, and pretty much every other show in the genre that popped up in this one. But unlike some of those, the show also made the stories with the adults interesting enough that you did not have to be in (or recently graduated from) high school at the time to appreciate it.

The first season had a lot of episodes (27 in all) and as a result the story lines were kind of all over the place. It had a very large ensemble cast (some of whom would eventually be weeded out) and there was a lot going on with all the characters. The... Read more
The FOX Television Network scored a major hit in 2003 when The O.C. premiered on August 5. The show at first seemed to be the next logical step in updating the Beverly Hills 90210 and Dawson's Creek teen soap genre for the 2000s. In many ways it improved on the formula in its first season and used up and coming music stars to propel the action on screen, making stars of little known recording artists in the process. However, the show's quick rise to popularity is often compared to its equally swift fall. But that's not to say that the first season was a mediocre one.

I didn't catch the show during the 2003-2004 TV season, but viewed the entire season on the subsequently released DVD set. The story centers around fish-out-of-water Ryan, a brooding, bad-boy teenager who moves in with a rich Newport Beach family in Southern California. The Cohens are a family with money - mother Kirsten works for her rich father, who is at odds with father Sandy, a local attorney. It's Sandy... Read more
In my opinion, we are living in the new Golden Age of television. The reasons are twofold: a sharp increase in the quality of television writing and improved means of viewing series thanks to both high definition television and DVDs. The quality of writing is not just a result of a new generation of highly talented writers hitting the scene, but a tremendous broadening of what writers are able to achieve in the medium. Before shows like HILL STREET BLUES began breaking down the stand-alone episode format that had dominated television for decades, allowing a degree of character of development and a narrative complexity not previously possible, writers were saddled with concocting stories that had to be contained entirely within a 40 or 20 minute show. But beginning in the late 1980s and especially after shows like THE X-FILES, plots began breaking out of the 40 minute strait-jacket and an individual episode started picking up plot details from earlier shows, more often than not leaving... Read more
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