Deadliest Catch - Season 3

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Overview

Venture into the dark waters of the Bering Sea with eight crab fishing boats and their crews through the world's two most difficult and dangerous fishing seasons in this Discovery Channel hit. Captain Sig Hansen of the Northwestern returns to match skills against his old rival, Phil Harris of the Cornelia Marie, and a new challenger, rookie captain Blake Painter of the Maverick. With rough waters and fierce weather, the captains and their crews will be pushed to their limits of mental and physical endurance in ...
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Overview

Venture into the dark waters of the Bering Sea with eight crab fishing boats and their crews through the world's two most difficult and dangerous fishing seasons in this Discovery Channel hit. Captain Sig Hansen of the Northwestern returns to match skills against his old rival, Phil Harris of the Cornelia Marie, and a new challenger, rookie captain Blake Painter of the Maverick. With rough waters and fierce weather, the captains and their crews will be pushed to their limits of mental and physical endurance in their search for the elusive red king and opilio crab. Of the 11 episodes that aired during this 2007 season, standouts include the heart wrenching "A Tragic Beginning," which details the loss of the crabbing boat Ocean Challenger, and "Cheating Death," wherein Trailblazer deckhand Josh White is washed overboard and Timebandit crew members rescue him -- all of which is caught on tape. Bonus behind-the-scenes footage captures the difficulty of day-to-day filming on the rugged seas.
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Special Features

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Product Details

  • Release Date: 4/8/2008
  • UPC: 014381419429
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  • Source: Discovery Channel
  • Presentation: Wide Screen
  • Language: English
  • Time: 8:00:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 34,130

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Mike Rowe Host
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Deadliest Catch, Episodes 1-4
1. A Tragic Beginning [13:12]
1. The Unforgiving Sea [6:12]
1. Pain and Paybacks [5:21]
Disc #2 -- Deadliest Catch - Episodes 5-8
1. Bering Sea Salvation [12:11]
1. The Last Lap [5:26]
1. New Beginnings [5:58]
1. Caught in the Storm [5:08]
5. Chapter 5 [5:24]
6. Chapter 6 [7:41]
7. Chapter 7 [:00]
Disc #3 -- Deadliest Catch - Episodes 9 - 12
1. Crossing the Line [10:11]
1. Trials of the Greenhorns [5:56]
1. Ice and Open Water [5:09]
1. A Frozen Finish [8:28]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- Deadliest Catch, Episodes 1-4
   Cheating Death
Disc #2 -- Deadliest Catch - Episodes 5-8
   Menu Group #1 with 7 chapter(s) covering 00:41:51
Disc #3 -- Deadliest Catch - Episodes 9 - 12
   Behind the Scenes
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

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    While not the season I first saw that got me into the series, it was the one that fully cemented my interest. Every aspect of the show, even those alien to someone like me who grew up in the middle of the Northern Chihuahua Desert and the Franklin Mountains of Texas, engross and absorb the viewer. The act of bringing in crab is repetitious, but when punctuated by the frequent hazards they face in the process and after watching the show for a few episodes, every pot they pull up becomes a moment of triumph or loss that the viewer becomes a part of. Buy the whole series. You wont regret it.

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