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Boston Legal DVD BOX 2004 5DVD First Season - Primera Temporada / Created by David E. Kelley / Starring: James Spader, William Shatner, Candice Bergen, Monica Potter

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Boston Legal DVD BOX 2004 5DVD First Season - Primera Temporada / Created by David E. Kelley / Starring: James Spader, William Shatner, Candice Bergen, Monica Potter

UPC 8420266927101



AUDIO: English 2.0, Spanish (Castilian) 2.0

SUBTITLES: English, Castilian 

Total Runtime: 765 minutes (5 Discs)


!!! Condition of the DVD set is USED LIKE NEW !!!


English Summary:

Boston Legal is an American legal comedy-drama television series created by David E. Kelley and produced in association with 20th Century Fox Television for ABC. The series aired from October 3, 2004, to December 8, 2008. The series starred James Spader, William Shatner, and Candice Bergen, and is a direct follow-on spin-off to the TV series The Practice, with several characters from that series' Season 8 moving to Boston Legal.

A spin-off of the long-running Kelley series The Practice, Boston Legal follows the exploits of former Practice character Alan Shore at the legal firm of Crane, Poole & Schmidt where he is best friends with founding partner Denny Crane and is arguably their best lawyer. Crane, Poole & Schmidt is shown to be a very large and respected law firm with offices across the United States as well as international locations. It is said there are some 50 senior partners besides the named ones, several of whom have appeared on the show.


Spanish Summary:


La octava temporada de El abogado (The Practice), especialmente sus episodios finales, sirvió para presentar los nuevos personajes de Crane, Poole & Schmidt, el bufete de abogados de la serie Boston Legal. Esta presentación comienza cuando en El abogado los socios fundadores Eugene Young (Steve Harris) y Jimmy Berluti (Michael Badalucco), de la firma Young, Frutt & Berluti, deciden despedir a Alan Shore sin consultar a Ellenor Frutt (Camryn Manheim), su gran amiga. A pesar de que Shore le había conseguido al bufete ganancias por más de seis millones de dólares, le dieron una compensación de sólo quince mil.

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Después de terminar con El abogado, Alan Shore es contratado por Crane, Poole & Schmidt, al caerle bien a uno de sus socios Denny Crane. En esta serie, se narran las aventuras de una de las firmas más prestigiosas de Boston, donde los abogados protagonistas son ricos, tienen sólidas carreras y buscan siempre su beneficio a costa de casi cualquier cosa.

La serie pivota alrededor de tres actores principales: William Shatner (Denny Crane), James Spader (Alan Shore) y Candice Bergen (Shirley Schmidt). Los dos primeros actúan como pareja protagonista, Denny Crane y Alan Shore: las estrellas del bufete. Denny Crane es una leyenda en el mundo del Derecho, ultraconservador, mujeriego y aquejado de un principio de alzheimer,2​ presente en toda la trama. Alan Shore es más joven y más arrogante. Con respecto a Shirley Schmidt es la que pone el punto de cordura,2​ aunque en ocasiones sea arrastrada al abismo por los dos.


Episodes on Discs / Episodios:


1    "Head Cases"    Bill D'Elia    Scott Kaufer, Jeff Rake, and David E. Kelley    October 3, 2004    13.07[1]
When Edwin Poole (Larry Miller) is institutionalized, Paul Lewiston asks Brad Chase to return to the Boston office; Alan Shore is assigned a case in which a mother wants to sue the producers of Annie after her daughter is refused the title role because she is black; Brad and Sally Heep file an emergency appeal when a client's ex-husband will not allow her to take her children to New York; Denny Crane tries to prevent his client from hiring a private investigator to find out who his wife's lover is, and Lewiston assigns Lori Colson to ensure that an investigator is not hired.

2    "Still Crazy After All These Years"    Charles Haid    Kerry Ehrin & David E. Kelley    October 10, 2004    12.13[2]
Alan helps Christine Pauley (Elizabeth Mitchell), an ex-lover whom he had committed, secure release from the mental hospital and Sally and Tara become concerned for Alan once it appears that Christine is stalking him; Denny finds himself at the end of a lawsuit when he comments on an opposing client's sex life. Paul Lewiston and the senior partners plan to oust Denny from the firm, something Lori and Brad try to stop.

3    "Catch and Release"    Daniel Attias    David E. Kelley and Peter Ocko    October 17, 2004    11.14[3]
A client's major real estate project is slowed to a halt when a lawyer, Denny's estranged illegitimate son (Freddie Prinze Jr.), files a temporary restraining order to save an endangered fish; Lori supervises Alan in a sexual harassment case where opposing counsel happens to be Christine; Sally is nervous about her first jury trial, especially when it becomes clear her client is guilty.

4    "Change of Course"    Ron Underwood    Story by : David E. Kelley & Jonathan Shapiro
Teleplay by : David E. Kelley    October 24, 2004    10.82[4]
Edwin Poole escapes from the mental hospital and takes a murder case. When Edwin proves incompetent, Lori must overcome her own principles to defend his murder client; Alan defends one of the firm's biggest clients after she is caught stealing a scarf and jeopardizes his relationship with Sally by asking her to commit an unethical act.


5    "An Eye for an Eye"    Mike Listo    Jeff Rake & David E. Kelley    October 31, 2004    11.59[5]
Alan and Tara represent a hypochondriac suing his physician for malpractice; Lori and Sally take a court appointment accused of killing a man in a bar fight, but face difficulties when it is revealed he knew the victim; when a class-action suit assigned to Edwin Poole comes up for trial, Brad and Paul rush to coach Denny on the facts of the case.

6    "Truth Be Told"    Tucker Gates    Scott Kaufer    November 7, 2004    11.88[6]
Alan helps an old crush when her husband's campaign for mayor is threatened by slander, posing a conflict of interest, as the firm already represents his opponent; Denny takes a test for Alzheimer's disease; Paul is concerned when he notices a decline in Denny's workload; Lori helps an Assistant District Attorney who wants access to his son's frozen umbilical cord to treat his leukemia; Sally is surprised when Denny steals her client, although it turns out to be in the best interests of the firm.

7    "Questionable Characters"    Mel Damski    Lukas Reiter    November 21, 2004    12.04[7]
Lori helps her former informant who was shot while robbing a convenience store and who does not want the bullet removed because it could incriminate him, even though the bullet is jeopardizing his life; Alan tries to help his client who is accused of being a slumlord and is forced to do a despicable act from an infuriating judge even though he has been hospitalized; Denny gets arrested for solicitation.

8   "Loose Lips"    Jeannot Szwarc    Jonathan Shapiro & David E. Kelley    November 28, 2004    13.65[8]
After Denny rejects a case for personal reasons, Alan defends a man who was fired from being a department store Santa Claus because he is a gay cross-dresser; Brad and Alan make a bet on Alan's case – the loser will be the others elf for the day; backed into a dilemma, Lori goes to extreme measures to help her therapist, but she soon discovers the consequences are more than she bargained for.


9    "A Greater Good"    Arlene Sanford    Peter Ocko    December 12, 2004    11.72[9]
Alan and Denny defend a drug company that is being sued by a woman who states they provided false reasoning when they took her off of an experimental pill that was a possible cure for her sickness and they discover a shocking secret that could make or break their case; Lori discovers that Tara's new information for their case would win it for them, but the way she retrieved it could cost them their case and their careers; Lori learns a secret about Brad.

10   "Hired Guns"    Dennis Smith    David E. Kelley    December 19, 2004    12.68[10]

Lori and Brad defend a woman who is accused of murdering her husband and his mistress while they were in bed together; Alan is held hostage when he helps a woman whose ex-husband repeatedly kidnaps their children every Christmas.

11    "Schmidt Happens"    Allison Liddi-Brown    David E. Kelley    January 9, 2005    14.35[11]

A prominent business man who is originally a Sudanese native wants to sue the U.S. government for the lack of action taken against the mayhem happening in his country and Paul looks to Lori to take the case; founding partner Shirley Schmidt arrives with a mission to bring order to the firm and while making herself known, she has to deal with Denny who does not want her there, help with Lori's extremely high profile case, and learns that she has to keep her eye on Alan; Alan ends up defending a man who killed his mother by accident, or so he says.
* First appearance of Shirley Schmidt

12    "From Whence We Came"    Mike Listo    David E. Kelley    January 16, 2005    13.88[12]

Lori, along with Denny and Shirley, defend a school superintendent who fired three science teachers because they refused to teach creationism and is now being sued by them; Alan learns his assistant has expressed concern about their work relationship; Alan discovers that his client Bernard Ferrion, who killed his mother, may have killed again, and this time his neighbour; Sally is fired and learns that a close associate is not too keen on lending a supportive hand; Alan is surprised to see a familiar face appear – Catherine Piper (from an earlier episode of The Practice where she was a witness in Alan's hometown murder case – most noted for shaking Alans hand with "poop" on her gloves as payback for his childhood pranks).
* Final regular appearance of Sally Heep


13   "It Girls and Beyond"    Mike Listo    Jonathan Shapiro & David E. Kelley    January 23, 2005    15.34[13]
Brad becomes attracted to his client who is being sued for having a relationship with her business partner merely for financial purposes and to make matters more difficult, Brad convinces himself that the doubts he feels are due to her lying about being a lesbian; Alan is asked to second chair on Denny's trial case where a doctor is being sued for prescribing a drug that has not been FDA approved when Denny seems to be on a personal mission to prove that he is a competent attorney by taking the case solo and it turns out that the case has reflection in Denny's own life.

14    "'Til We Meat Again"    Bill D'Elia    David E. Kelley    February 12, 2005    12.89[14]
While out with Tara, Alan is assaulted leading to him causing a barroom brawl and, as a result, becomes arrested for conspiracy to commit assault & battery; Shirley and Denny represent a man whose steakhouse is being put out of business because the Selectmen of a small town have banned red meat in the town due to fear of mad-cow disease.

15    "Tortured Souls"    Jeff Bleckner    David E. Kelley    February 20, 2005    13.62[15]
Shirley asks Alan Shore to use his odious lawyering to help her defend a police officer accused of torture; Donny Crane returns and is the opposing counsel in Denny's case with Chelina Hall (Kerry Washington) as second chair, where a woman wants to sue her former boyfriend for saying no to her at the altar. For Denny, this is an easy case, while for Donny this is to settle a score with Denny for letting him believe for 25 years that he was his father; Bernard Ferrion is befriended by Catherine, and Alan finds variance with that.

16    "Let Sales Ring"    Hubert De La Bouillerie    David E. Kelley    March 13, 2005    11.12[16]
Milton Bombay (Carl Reiner) is asking the courts to allow him to be frozen until another century so he can continue his legacy of being a great lawyer and needs Denny and Shirley to defend him; Alan and Chelina defend a high school student who accuses his teacher of censorship when he blocks out a news station on the school's televisions. The news station in question is Fox News (a corporate partner of 20th Century Fox Television who co-produce the show) but whose name is only hinted at. The school in question is Winslow High School, the school in another Boston-based show from David E. Kelley, Boston Public, which features an appearance by the principal, Steven Harper and again played by Chi McBride.



17   "Death Be Not Proud"    Matt Shakman    David E. Kelley & Jonathan Shapiro    March 20, 2005    11.18[17]
Chelina asks Alan to assist her in Texas because her former client is getting executed but may be innocent of the crime; an old friend of Denny and Shirley asks them for legal representation when she is charged with having sexual encounters for a fee; Lori files a complaint about Denny with Shirley and Paul and they seriously consider doing something about it, especially when they suspect he performed an unethical act on his recent case.



Cast / Reparto

  • James Spader as Alan Shore (seasons 1–5; The Practice season 8)
  • William Shatner as Denny Crane (seasons 1–5; The Practice season 8)
  • Rhona Mitra as Tara Wilson (season 1, recurring 2; The Practice season 8)
  • Lake Bell as Sally Heep (season 1, guest 3; The Practice season 8)
  • Candice Bergen as Shirley Schmidt (seasons 1–5, starting with episode 11)
  • René Auberjonois as Paul Lewiston (seasons 1–3, recurring 4–5)
  • Mark Valley as Brad Chase (seasons 1–3, recurring 4)
  • Monica Potter as Lori Colson (season 1, recurring 2)
  • Julie Bowen as Denise Bauer (seasons 2–3, guest 5)
  • Ryan Michelle Bathe as Sara Holt (season 2)
  • Justin Mentell as Garrett Wells (season 2)
  • Christian Clemenson as Jerry Espenson (seasons 4–5, recurring 2–3)
  • Constance Zimmer as Claire Simms (season 3)
  • Craig Bierko as Jeffrey Coho (season 3)
  • Gary Anthony Williams as Clarence Bell (seasons 3–4)
  • Taraji P. Henson as Whitney Rome (season 4)
  • Saffron Burrows as Lorraine Weller (season 4)
  • Tara Summers as Katie Lloyd (seasons 4–5)
  • John Larroquette as Carl Sack (seasons 4–5)


  • Legal drama
  • Comedy-drama
Created by David E. Kelley
  • James Spader
  • William Shatner
  • Candice Bergen
  • Monica Potter
  • Mark Valley
  • Rhona Mitra
  • Lake Bell
  • René Auberjonois
  • Julie Bowen
  • Ryan Michelle Bathe
  • Justin Mentell
  • Constance Zimmer
  • Craig Bierko
  • Gary Anthony Williams
  • John Larroquette
  • Christian Clemenson
  • Tara Summers
  • Taraji P. Henson
  • Saffron Burrows
Composer(s) Danny Lux
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 5
No. of episodes 101 (list of episodes)
Executive producer(s)
  • David E. Kelley
  • Bill D'Elia
  • Mike Listo
  • Lawrence Broch
  • Janet Leahy (2.04–3.24)
  • Scott Kaufer (1.01–2.03, 2.23)
  • Jeff Rake (1.01–1.13)
Running time 42 minutes
Production company(s)
  • David E. Kelley Productions
  • 20th Century Fox Television
Distributor 20th Television


Boston Legal DVD BOX 2004 3DVD First Season - Primera Temporada 1

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