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Format: Blu-Ray DVD
Sku: 215522291
UPC: 024543674917
UPC 14: 00024543674917
Category Keywords: Crime  Television/TV Series
Rating: NR
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Let The Games Begin.
In this clever and thrilling new TV series, charming con man Neal Caffrey (Matt Bomer) escapes from a maximum security prison, only to be recaptured by his nemesis, FBI Agent Peter Burke (Tim DeKay).With few options, Caffrey agrees to help the bureau bring down other elusive criminals in exchange for his eventual freedom. But before long, Caffrey finds himself playing a game of cat and mouse with those who want him back in prison - or dead. Co-starring Tiffani Thiessen (Beverly Hills, 90210), White Collar is sewn with surprising twists, engaging characters and riveting excitement.

"Terrific acting, crackling dialogue and geek-hip crime...  Mary McNamara, Los Angeles Times
" of the best new shows of the season.  Matthew Gilbert, Boston Globe

Editor's Note
This collection contains every episode from the first season of the humorous series WHITE COLLAR, which followed con man Neal Caffrey $Matt Boner) as he helped the FBI track down bad guys in exchange for his eventual release from custody.


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Video Mfg Name Studio: Foxvideo
Video Release Date Release Date: 7/13/2010
Video Play Time Running Time: 617 minutes
Video Release Year Original Release Date: 2010
Video UPC UPC: 00024543674917
Video Number of Discs Number of Discs: 3

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Video Aspect Ratio Widescreen  1.78:1
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Expert Review White Collar - The Complete First Season - Blu-Ray DVD Review
By: The Masked Movie Snobs Reviews
Published on: 7/17/2010 10:52 AM
USA Network has carved out a niche of breezy, charming shows over the past few years and White Collar is no exception. Joining the likes of Burn Notice, Psych, and even newest arrival Covert Affairs, the series offers up easily digestible standalone episodes with very little cumbersome ongoing plot to keep track of, allowing viewers to pop in for a brief and mindless visit at any time. With a flimsy plot device pairing a dashing con artist with no-nonsense FBI agent, the show takes off on a new investigation every week. the full review

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Video Cast Info Matthew Bomer

Professional Reviews 8 of 10
There's nothing new under the sun, but USA seems to get more mileage out of its retreads than most. Neatly in tune with the breezy charms of Burn Notice, White Collar recycles the outlines of It Takes a Thief, as a high-tech criminal/con artist grudgingly teams with the FBI investigator who put him away. Squabbling shotgun marriages have been a staple of TV, and the series gets nice chemistry initially out of Matt Bomer and Carnivale's Tim DeKay. USA's run of good fortune might run dry, but with White Collar, the channel looks dressed for success?Bomer's Neal Caffrey inexplicably escapes from jail months before his scheduled release, and it doesn't take G-man Peter Burke (DeKay) long to catch up with him. Seems Neal is still pining for his old girlfriend, who has changed her identity and fled to whereabouts unknown?Eager to stay at liberty in order to find her, Neal offers to help Burke corral other white-collar thieves to secure his freedom -- or at least remain out of prison. Of course, there are certain indignities associated with the deal -- like being forced to wear an ankle locator and live in a flop house -- but he's resourceful enough to trump the latter by finding a rich widow (Diahann Carroll, in a recurring role) to take him in?The notion of white collar crime seems timely, but one suspects the series, created by Jeff Eastin, will be less about hunting down Madoff types than a means to explore capers with a high-tech twist. The first case, in the extended 90-minute premiere, involves art fraud, and while the story beats are familiar enough, the resolution is certainly clever and niftily done?Perhaps more significantly, beyond the intermittently hostile "48 HRs."-like relationship between the leads, they're flanked by promising supporting players. Sex and the City's Willie Garson plays Neal's confederate Mozzie, while Tiffani Thiessen is cast as Burke's patient wife, whose husband is a trifle too honest to provide her the finer things to which the suave, law-breaking Caffrey has grown accustomed?White Collar's pilot is directed by Bronwen Hughes, whose credits include Burn Notice, the best of USA's recent crop of original series, which tend to mix action with whimsy. This latest caper isn't at that level yet, but based on the channel's track record, you'd be ill-advised to bet against it tracking down an audience. - Brian Lowry

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