Global Shopping Center
UK | Germany
Home - Video - Directors - ( E ) - Eliasberg, Jan Help

1-15 of 15       1

click price to see details     click image to enlarge     click link to go to the store

$9.78 list($9.95)
1. Party of Five: The Intervention
list($9.99)
2. Crime Story TV Series Vol. 8
$14.99 list($9.95)
3. Party of Five: The Wedding
$5.89 list($9.95)
4. Party of Five: Richer, Poorer,
$9.99 $6.39
5. Crime Story (Pilot Episode)
$24.95 list($14.95)
6. Past Midnight
$29.95 list($9.99)
7. Crime Story: The Complete Saga,
$9.99
8. Crime Story TV Series Vol. 4
list($9.99)
9. Crime Story TV Series Vol. 3
list($9.99)
10. Crime Story TV Series Vol. 2
$9.99
11. Crime Story TV Series Vol. 5
$34.95 list($14.99)
12. Crime Story TV Series Vol. 9
list($9.99)
13. Crime Story TV Series Vol. 7
$34.95 list($14.99)
14. Crime Story TV Series Vol.10
list($9.99)
15. Crime Story TV Series Vol. 6

1. Party of Five: The Intervention
Director: Peter O'Fallon, Matt Fox (IV), Ellen S. Pressman, Susannah Grant, Arvin Brown, Lou Antonio, Ken Topolsky, Patrick R. Norris, Oz Scott, Richard Pearce, Julianna Lavin, David Dworetzky, Eric Jewett, Rodman Flender, Dennie Gordon, Jan Eliasberg, Vicki Jackson-Lemay, Daniel Attias, Davis Guggenheim, Steven Robman
list price: $9.95
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: 0767832590
Catlog: Video
Sales Rank: 24698
Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Reviews (10)

5-0 out of 5 stars THE BEST Po5 EPISODE EVER!
This episode was, by far, one of the best episodes that they have ever done! Starting out with a family dinner was a good way to lure Bailey, but not the best. The best way to lure Bailey to their house was to get him there by using who he loves most: Owen. I thought the scenes with Lacey were absolutely wonderful. You could really feel her pain as she's talking to him on the phone. Then when he got there, they wanted him to go to rehab. Good acting on Scott's part. But I would have to say my all-time favorite scene in that episode was when Scott lost it with everyone and started attacking them, revealing information about their past. I had only started watching "Party of Five" during the third season, but I have been a faithful viewer...from then to when it was cancelled, and I am sorry it was. Loyal "Party of Five" fans will miss it.

5-0 out of 5 stars The Best Show Never Watched
It's a shame this series struggled for life every season it was on. Party of Five brought some of the most original writing and acting the Fox Televison Network has ever seen. Next to X-Files, this is the single best series they ever produced. I adored every episode of the five years it was on and still miss this show dearly. I felt orphaned when it went off!

My only qualm about the videos is that most of them are pricey and yet contain only one episode-not a good deal at all! Especially "The Intervention" which was a two episode arc and they only delivered the first half to video-who does that? This show never got the respect it deserved while on the air and still is being snubbed by the studio's refusal to release it on DVD. But all is well because we have things like "The Simple Life" to keep us occupied...GET A GRIP FOX!!! PUT PO5 ON DVD THIS MINUTE!!!!!

5-0 out of 5 stars "Intervention" Rocks!!!
This is no doubt one of the best PO5 episodes of all time! When it's rare to find a television show which deals with family drama, you can look no further than "Party of Five!" When I first got hooked onto the show in the spring of 99, I thought it had great potential, and great characters! It started after I saw Lacey Chabert(Claudia) in "Lost in Space," and since then I wanted to see more of her in other things! She truly does shine in PO5 with this episode! As does Scott Wolf who gives his character Bailey more drama with his alcohol problem! What makes this episode stand out from the other episodes in my opinion is because it's all the characters in a closed surrounding when they try to make Bailey come to terms with his drinking problem! With the other episodes, you jump from one character to the next, and it's often to soap opera at times, and hard to keep up! This is one episode where the siblings all come together to save their brother! My compliments to Scott Wolf, Matthew Fox, Neve Campbell, Lacey Chabert, and Jennifer Love Hewitt for making this episode truly work! It's too bad you couldn't see this movie become like a motion picture event(giggle)! That would have been neat!

5-0 out of 5 stars A Must-Have for any true "Party of Five" fan!!!
Simply put, this episode is the hallmark of everything that endeared viewers to this amazing drama that ran on the Fox network from 1994-2000. In the series' beginning, Bailey Salinger was the responsible sibling who put others and their needs before his own, especially when it came to younger siblings Julia, Claudia & Owen. Then Bailey goes off to college, where he has to care for no one except himself. And that's where his downfall begins. Bailey begins to drink--uncontrollably. He cuts himself off from his family, goes out partying and getting drunk every night, and buys liquor with money that was supposed to be used to pay for Owen's birthday celebration. When Bailey shows up at Owen's party stone drunk, the siblings begin to realize just how bad the problem is. So, they stage an intervention. The episode is powerfully written and acted as it walks you through the various stages mof the intervention: the tension beforehand, deciding how to get Bailey to come to the intervention, the emotions that the siblings have in seeing their brother's life in such a mess, Bailey's denial of his drinking problem. In one particularly stunning scene, Bailey feels as if he's being picked on, so he begins fighting back by throwing his siblings' past mistakes right back in their faces: Julia's unplanned pregnancy, Charlie's wedding-that-wasn't, and so on. Then, in the middle of all this mess, Joe, a longtime friend of the family, drops a bomb that catches the whole family off guard: their father was a recovering alcoholic whose drinking nearly wrecked the family. Claudia finds out what made her father to stop drinking, and at the end of the episode, she gives Bailey an ultimatum that leaves the family at a turning point, leaving the viewer on the edge. The writing is exceptionally realistic, as is the acting (especially on the parts of Scott Wolf as Bailey and Lacey Chabert as Claudia). A must-see for any true "Party"-goer.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great series....
The attraction with this series as with so many was the chemistry between the characters. The sweetness of these kids in contrast with the harshness of their lives takes you away from reality and as we all need an esape of some sort, this is mine. I am a customer from the UK and doubt that we have had all of the series on our screens and we also don't have these videos released in the UK. I am very jealous of you guys as I would love to have this in my video cupboard to have a weep on a rainy Sunday..... Ahhhhhhh! those were the days.. ... Read more


2. Crime Story TV Series Vol. 8
Director: Gary Sinise, Michael Mann, David Jackson, Bill Duke, Leon Ichaso, Colin Bucksey, Paul Krasny, Peter Medak, David Soul, Mimi Leder, Eugene Corr, Robert Dalva, Abel Ferrara, Alan Myerson, John Nicolella, James A. Contner, Francis Delia, Mark Rosner, James Quinn, Jan Eliasberg
list price: $9.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: 6303708390
Catlog: Video
Sales Rank: 16590
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

3. Party of Five: The Wedding
Director: Peter O'Fallon, Matt Fox (IV), Ellen S. Pressman, Susannah Grant, Arvin Brown, Lou Antonio, Ken Topolsky, Patrick R. Norris, Oz Scott, Richard Pearce, Julianna Lavin, David Dworetzky, Eric Jewett, Rodman Flender, Dennie Gordon, Jan Eliasberg, Vicki Jackson-Lemay, Daniel Attias, Davis Guggenheim, Steven Robman
list price: $9.95
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: 0767832582
Catlog: Video
Sales Rank: 25957
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars Best show ever (first guy to laugh get's decked)
At a time when full season DVD's are coming out for shows as long lost as MASH and as unasked for as OZ there has to be a market for a full season DVD for Party of Five. Party of Five, in case you missed it, was about the orphaned Salinger clan, and all the various bruising they took out of life. The Wedding is from the first season, and it centers around Charlie who is about to marry Kirsten. Charlie being a man of a suspect reputation gets cold feet and the episode starts to revolve around whether or not he'll go through with taking his vows. The show also offers comedic relief as Julia (Neve Campbell) and her estranged boyfriend Justin get a little drunk off the reception's champagne and commence in one of the more unromantic scenerios one takes part in when losing their virginity. The sad thing is The Wedding is just a small token of everything Party of Five offered as a show. It was probably the best family drama ever produced as their struggles with relatively familar themes come off as real struggles. As opposed the way trite family dramas (See Providence, 7th Heaven, and anything regarded as a 'family' show on ABC) treat similar themes as a way to relay a rather sugar sweetened message with the biggest fireworks coming during sweeps month. Why should only sci-fi nerds get full season treats with items like the X-Files, Star Trek, and Buffy the Vampire Slayer? Why do we have to be subjected to HBO dishing full season DVD's of every show on their schedule? If their's a full season of Arliss available before Party of Five, I'm raising hell.

5-0 out of 5 stars Superb
This was one of the best Party of Five episodes ever. It was a very well-written script and very well-acted. It had laughs and sorrow. One of the best one hour shows you'll ever see.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent
It's one of the best Party of five espisodes. Everything was good: the actors, the script, the dialogues, the scenes...everything. it's really a luxury to have a tv episode like this. Nothing more to say: the best of the best

5-0 out of 5 stars boring
i thought this movie was made very badly. the actors and actresses did a great job but the script was week ... Read more


4. Party of Five: Richer, Poorer, Sickness, and Health
Director: Peter O'Fallon, Matt Fox (IV), Ellen S. Pressman, Susannah Grant, Arvin Brown, Lou Antonio, Ken Topolsky, Patrick R. Norris, Oz Scott, Richard Pearce, Julianna Lavin, David Dworetzky, Eric Jewett, Rodman Flender, Dennie Gordon, Jan Eliasberg, Vicki Jackson-Lemay, Daniel Attias, Davis Guggenheim, Steven Robman
list price: $9.95
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: 0767832604
Catlog: Video
Sales Rank: 3399
Average Customer Review: 4.67 out of 5 stars
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Reviews (3)

4-0 out of 5 stars The Last good show in the series.
One of the Best Episode of the series. It's a heat felt tear jerker that Pretty much defines the essence of this Once Great series. The reason I say once is because pretty much after this episode; the show literally goes down the drain. The quality that had made this show is replaced with sensationalism and exploitation. Going as far as to degrade woman, abuse victims, and homosexuals all for the sake of ratings. Even the actors spoke out on how bad the show had gotten, and could not waited to leave the show. Do yourself a favor, and remember this show for what it was, not for what it had became. Pick up this video, and relive the real Party Of Five, Not the Party of Five The writers and producers had sold out for the sake of ratings

5-0 out of 5 stars I LOVE PARTY OF FIVE
This is the quientsencial Party of Five Vide

5-0 out of 5 stars This is one of the best.
This is a great Party of Five episode Not better then Intervention or The Wedding but great in its own way great acting from Neve Campbell and the rest of the cast and most of all Lacey Chabert. so If you the Wonder Years type of Show you Should buy this video ... Read more


5. Crime Story (Pilot Episode)
Director: Gary Sinise, Michael Mann, David Jackson, Bill Duke, Leon Ichaso, Colin Bucksey, Paul Krasny, Peter Medak, David Soul, Mimi Leder, Eugene Corr, Robert Dalva, Abel Ferrara, Alan Myerson, John Nicolella, James A. Contner, Francis Delia, Mark Rosner, James Quinn, Jan Eliasberg
list price: $9.99
our price: $9.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: 6305971773
Catlog: Video
Sales Rank: 46198
Average Customer Review: 4.67 out of 5 stars
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Reviews (6)

4-0 out of 5 stars Crime Story
While I am a transplant to Chicaga (the way the locals say it) the 'real' feel of the locations seep into this video. The main characters of Ray Luca and Mike Torello join in a pas de deux of crime and justice. Luca is amoral, staying strictly focused on making money as easily as possible, while Torello is so squarely on the line between good and evil that when he walks, one foot lands on the good side and the other foot lands on the side of evil. It is this conflict that generates and develops the characters. Michael Mann has succeeded in adapting Film Noire to Color. The pilot is a great lead in to the rest of the series, and was years ahead of the quality storylines of the Sopranos. The only way it could be better was if the rest of the series was also on DVD.

5-0 out of 5 stars The Untouchables on acid
Before he directed some of my favorite films (Heat, The Insider, Manhunter), Michael Mann created two groundbreaking television series. Miami Vice got most of the viewers but its Crime Story that was truly ahead of its time. Crime Story dealt with Lt. Torello (played by Dennis Farina with a grimness that always allowed a sly wit to shine through) who fought organized crime on the streets of Chicago in the 1950's. His main nemesis is aspiring mobster Luca, himself a fascinating portrait of evil who somehow always managed to be somehow sympathetic in his raw need to be a true crime lord. Even while playing hommage to the crime shows of the past (I always thought of it as the Untouchables if Eliot Ness ended up having a nervous breakdown halfway through the series), Crime Story redefined the genre. It went over the head of most viewers but now, after films like Pulp Fiction changed the way we view entertainment, Crime Story has been rediscovered and its about time. Even as the show's talented cast of character actors dispensed the melodrama with a sly wink at the few members of the audience lucky enough to be in on the joke, the violence was often amazingly intense but never played for cheap thrills. As well, Crime Story had a simply amazing soundtrack. In fact, I first started watching it mostly to hear the wonderful rendition of Del Shannon's "Runaway" over the opening credits but each show was scored with some of the best blues I've ever heard and it created a moody atmosphere that, quite simply, sucked you in. If you're a fan of the crime genre but haven't seen Crime Story, do yourself a favor and track it down. This pilot film is a great place to start on what, I promise, will be one of the most entertaining rides of your life.

4-0 out of 5 stars Crime Story,Julia Roberts
Hallo, I am a German boy. I am a very big Fan from Julia Roberts. She played in an Episode in "Crime Story"(1986). I want to get a tape of this Episode. I will pay well. Can anyone help me??? I think "Crime Story" is a great serie.My E-mail:s.gieseud.hartung@t-online.de

5-0 out of 5 stars Crime Story fan
Absolutely the best crime show ever. I watched the series in highschool and regret not taping it at the time. I've also been searching for a copy of Runaway (the show's theme song - not Del's original version). Can anyone help?

5-0 out of 5 stars The original CASINO, without Hollywood fluff..
..was Crime Story..I have all of these episodes taped from when they were originally broadcasted in the 1980's. The 'true to life' plots and storylines using an actual former Chicago Cop (Farina) and even criminals as actors in this series gave the episodes the *blood* they needed to succeed. Even though Mann was rough on his actors (I knew a few people who were extras in the series) he had to be to bring forth a real life series that had some scripts tailor-made and ghost-written from actual events and real figures in LCN(with poetic license and switching decades, of course) during the 1970's and 1980's. "Torello" and "Luca" are unforgettable as rivals. Sidekick "Paulie Taglia" will make you roar with laughter. Crime Story paved the way for CASINO, which later told you who they really were. ... Read more


6. Past Midnight
Director: Jan Eliasberg
list price: $14.95
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: 630271169X
Catlog: Video
Sales Rank: 50426
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Loved it!
I thought that this movie was great! First of all, it has Rutger Hauer, who is always wonderful and who is one of my favorite actors. He plays Ben Jordan, a man who was convicted of killing his wife and unborn child. He meets up with Natasha Richardson, who plays a social worker, trying to find him a job. Along the way, she develops feelings for him, and is set on proving his innocence. It is a wonderful story with many twists and turns. The ending is a total shocker, and just adds to the suspense of the film. Very good acting by both leads, and Rutger never looked better! This movie will not disappoint, and I urge anyone who reads this review to get it! ... Read more


7. Crime Story: The Complete Saga, Part 1 [TV Series Pilot Movie]
Director: Gary Sinise, Michael Mann, David Jackson, Bill Duke, Leon Ichaso, Colin Bucksey, Paul Krasny, Peter Medak, David Soul, Mimi Leder, Eugene Corr, Robert Dalva, Abel Ferrara, Alan Myerson, John Nicolella, James A. Contner, Francis Delia, Mark Rosner, James Quinn, Jan Eliasberg
list price: $9.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: 6303342043
Catlog: Video
Sales Rank: 66184
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Rockin Roll Crime Fighters
When I saw the pilot, I couldn't wait for the series to begin. This is crime fighting at its best. Every character was interesting and the writing was superb! My only regret is that I didn't have the VCR on "record" for the entire series. If anyone does or knows where I can get complete copies of the series on tape, write me back at humbert@midusa.net

4-0 out of 5 stars A dark, rockin', guns 'n' chrome story.
From the chase up Lake Shore Drive in dueling '59 Ford squad cars, to the heat of Lt. Torello's stuffy office, this is one mesmerizing movie. The music, clothes, dialogue, action - everything comes together to present a wacked-out look at the greasers in the Chicago Outfit in the early 1960's and the good guys in black suits and thin ties who chased them. ... Read more


8. Crime Story TV Series Vol. 4
Director: Gary Sinise, Michael Mann, David Jackson, Bill Duke, Leon Ichaso, Colin Bucksey, Paul Krasny, Peter Medak, David Soul, Mimi Leder, Eugene Corr, Robert Dalva, Abel Ferrara, Alan Myerson, John Nicolella, James A. Contner, Francis Delia, Mark Rosner, James Quinn, Jan Eliasberg
list price: $9.99
our price: $9.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: 6303708358
Catlog: Video
Sales Rank: 81692
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

9. Crime Story TV Series Vol. 3
Director: Gary Sinise, Michael Mann, David Jackson, Bill Duke, Leon Ichaso, Colin Bucksey, Paul Krasny, Peter Medak, David Soul, Mimi Leder, Eugene Corr, Robert Dalva, Abel Ferrara, Alan Myerson, John Nicolella, James A. Contner, Francis Delia, Mark Rosner, James Quinn, Jan Eliasberg
list price: $9.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: 6303361951
Catlog: Video
Sales Rank: 76575
Average Customer Review: 1 out of 5 stars
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Reviews (1)

1-0 out of 5 stars Its a crime to sell Crime Story, the way it was Copied.
I bought the whole set of Crime Story. Some of the tapes contain four to six one-hour episodes. The problem with this is that all these tapes (except for the Pilot episode) are recorded in EP. Most of these tapes contain minutes to hours of untrackable video tape. I own 4 Video recorders and all these tapes could not be adjusted by tracking. Its too bad because I would be more than willing to pay a lot more money for a set, if it was recorded in sp.I think Crime Story is great, thats why this is so frustrating. Buyer Beware ! ... Read more


10. Crime Story TV Series Vol. 2
Director: Gary Sinise, Michael Mann, David Jackson, Bill Duke, Leon Ichaso, Colin Bucksey, Paul Krasny, Peter Medak, David Soul, Mimi Leder, Eugene Corr, Robert Dalva, Abel Ferrara, Alan Myerson, John Nicolella, James A. Contner, Francis Delia, Mark Rosner, James Quinn, Jan Eliasberg
list price: $9.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: 630370834X
Catlog: Video
Sales Rank: 16567
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

11. Crime Story TV Series Vol. 5
Director: Gary Sinise, Michael Mann, David Jackson, Bill Duke, Leon Ichaso, Colin Bucksey, Paul Krasny, Peter Medak, David Soul, Mimi Leder, Eugene Corr, Robert Dalva, Abel Ferrara, Alan Myerson, John Nicolella, James A. Contner, Francis Delia, Mark Rosner, James Quinn, Jan Eliasberg
list price: $9.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: 6303708366
Catlog: Video
Sales Rank: 75866
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

12. Crime Story TV Series Vol. 9
Director: Gary Sinise, Michael Mann, David Jackson, Bill Duke, Leon Ichaso, Colin Bucksey, Paul Krasny, Peter Medak, David Soul, Mimi Leder, Eugene Corr, Robert Dalva, Abel Ferrara, Alan Myerson, John Nicolella, James A. Contner, Francis Delia, Mark Rosner, James Quinn, Jan Eliasberg
list price: $14.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: 6303708404
Catlog: Video
Sales Rank: 89270
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

13. Crime Story TV Series Vol. 7
Director: Gary Sinise, Michael Mann, David Jackson, Bill Duke, Leon Ichaso, Colin Bucksey, Paul Krasny, Peter Medak, David Soul, Mimi Leder, Eugene Corr, Robert Dalva, Abel Ferrara, Alan Myerson, John Nicolella, James A. Contner, Francis Delia, Mark Rosner, James Quinn, Jan Eliasberg
list price: $9.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: 6303708382
Catlog: Video
Sales Rank: 91976
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

14. Crime Story TV Series Vol.10
Director: Gary Sinise, Michael Mann, David Jackson, Bill Duke, Leon Ichaso, Colin Bucksey, Paul Krasny, Peter Medak, David Soul, Mimi Leder, Eugene Corr, Robert Dalva, Abel Ferrara, Alan Myerson, John Nicolella, James A. Contner, Francis Delia, Mark Rosner, James Quinn, Jan Eliasberg
list price: $14.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: 6303708412
Catlog: Video
Sales Rank: 16591
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

15. Crime Story TV Series Vol. 6
Director: Gary Sinise, Michael Mann, David Jackson, Bill Duke, Leon Ichaso, Colin Bucksey, Paul Krasny, Peter Medak, David Soul, Mimi Leder, Eugene Corr, Robert Dalva, Abel Ferrara, Alan Myerson, John Nicolella, James A. Contner, Francis Delia, Mark Rosner, James Quinn, Jan Eliasberg
list price: $9.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: 6303708374
Catlog: Video
Sales Rank: 16588
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

1-15 of 15       1
Prices listed on this site are subject to change without notice.
Questions on ordering or shipping? click here for help.

Top