Alias - Complete Seasons 1-5

Alias - Complete Seasons 1-5

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Director: Alex Kurtzman-Counter, Barnet Kellman, Craig Zisk, Daniel Attias

Cast: Alex Kurtzman-Counter, Barnet Kellman, Craig Zisk, Daniel Attias

     
 
The weekly, hour-long TV adventure series Alias wasted no time in establishing a high level of suspense. Its first episode, "Truth Be Told, ran a full 65 minutes, with no commercial interruptions -- and be assured that few viewers were willing to leave their seats for the duration. Jennifer Garner starred as college student Sydney Bristow, who during her

Overview

The weekly, hour-long TV adventure series Alias wasted no time in establishing a high level of suspense. Its first episode, "Truth Be Told, ran a full 65 minutes, with no commercial interruptions -- and be assured that few viewers were willing to leave their seats for the duration. Jennifer Garner starred as college student Sydney Bristow, who during her senior year was recruited into SD-6, the shadowy "special operations" division of the CIA of which her father, Jack (Victor Garber), was a top functionary. Given a crash course in martial arts and high technology, Sydney still did not quite appreciate the gravity of her mission in life until she inadvertently caused the murder of her fiancé. Thereafter, she kept her profession a secret from everyone she knew -- and did her best to stay at least one step ahead of whatever enemy happened to be after her during a given episode. Created by Felicity's J.J. Abrams, Alias made its ABC network debut on September 30, 2001.

Product Details

Release Date:
11/21/2006
UPC:
0786936721201
Rating:
TV14
Source:
Abc Studios
Region Code:
1
Time:
75:12:00

Special Features

Case closed - cast & crew reunite for this all-new, in-depth llok back at five seasons; Never-before-seen footage of Jennifer Garner in her first interview as Sydney Bristow; Special guests, newly uncovered footage and an exploration into the secrets of #47; Plus: exclusive book - Alias Revealed - get the mysteries of Alias' deepest mysteries from the people behind the show; Includes a special introduction letter from J.J. Abrams; And more

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Jennifer Garner Sydney Bristow,Actress
Griffin Dunne Leonid Lisenker
Michael Vartan Actor,Michael Vaughn
Ron Rifkin Arvin Sloane,Actor
Victor Garber Jack Bristow,Actor
Ricky Gervais Daniel Ryan
Carl Lumbly Marcus Dixon
Kevin Weisman Marshall Flinkman
Lena Olin Irina Derevko
Melissa George Lauren Reed
Natasha Pavlovich Irina Derevko
Bradley Cooper Will Tippin
David Anders Sark
Isabella Rossellini Katya Derevko
Merrin Dungey Francie Calfo,Allison Doren
Rachel Nichols Actor
Rachel Nichols Actor
Élodie Bouchez Actor
Balthazar Getty Actor

Technical Credits
Alex Kurtzman-Counter Director
Barnet Kellman Director
Craig Zisk Director
Daniel Attias Director
Davis Guggenheim Director
Guy Bee Director
Harry Winer Director
J.J. Abrams Director
Jack Bender Director
Ken Olin Director
Lawrence Trilling Director
Maryann Brandon Director
Max Mayer Director
Mikael Salomon Director
Nelson McCormick Director
Perry Lang Director
Thomas J. Wright Director
Roberto Orci Director

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Alias - Complete Seasons 1-5 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 16 reviews.
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Wanda804 More than 1 year ago
I got this Alias set for xmas. I just started watching it and it is great because you don't get interupted with commercials. You get into it and you don't want to stop. The only thing that I am scared of is not having the extras. I know that if you were to buy season 1 seaparate you get in the extras a showing of one of Marshalls inventions. So, when I finish watching each season, I will let you know if it has the extras. The box is small and I thought is was a big deal of having it like this, but its not. There is a booklet with info on the show, but no biggie. But if you are a fan, you definitely would want to have it like this. Anyway, stay in the lookout for my final review. Enjoy it, cause I am.
Miss_Anthrope More than 1 year ago
One thing I hate most about female heroines is that whenever you see these tiny, skinny women, you can never believe that they would be able to punch out a bad guy. Thankfully, Alias is not typical of that genre. Jennifer Garner really makes you believe that she can perform as a spy, including handling weapons, speaking foreign languages, dressing up to go undercover, and kicking serious butt. The series began to get convoluted as it hit Season 4 or so, with the Rambaldi crap really bogging down the show. But if you watch the pilot (and later in Season 1, one of the greatest girl-on-girl fights EVER) I guarantee you will be hooked.
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