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  • Actors: David Caruso, Emily Procter, Adam Rodriguez, Rex Linn, Jonathan Togo
  • Directors: Duane Clark, Eagle Egilsson, Ernest R. Dickerson, Jonathan Glassner, Karen Gaviola
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1), Spanish (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround)
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.66:1
  • Number of discs: 7
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Paramount
  • DVD Release Date: October 31, 2006
  • Run Time: 1090 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (68 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000H7JCEG
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #27,447 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "CSI: Miami: Season 4" on IMDb

Special Features

  • 25 episodes on seven discs
  • Commentary on six episodes
  • "Creating Feature Television: The Concept, Script, and Pre-Production of CSI: Miami" featurette
  • "Producing Feature Television The Production of CSI: Miami" featurette
  • "Finishing Feature Television The Post-Production of CSI: Miami" featurette

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Join lead criminalist Horatio Caine (David Caruso) and his state-of-the-art forensics team as they investigate hot and steamy Miami crimes using cold hard facts. The CSI: Miami Season 4 Complete DVD Collection features 25 episodes of riveting and shocking mysteries. The evidence leads into seedy nightclubs, privileged suburbs and explosive family secrets. The stakes are higher than ever before, because this time it's personal.

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A marriage, a murder, and a mole all play relevant roles in the fourth season of CSI: Miami. Easily the most stylistic show in the CSI franchise, the series stars David Caruso (NYPD Blue as Horatio Caine, the lead investigator with the Miami Police Department. With his black clothing, Caine stands out in a sea of pastel-clad colleagues that include ballistics expert Calleigh Dusquene (Emily Procter), underwater recovery whiz Eric Delko (Adam Rodriguez), and medical examiner Alexx Woods (Khandi Alexander). Speaking in an even-keeled tone, Caine's one-liners effortlessly roll off his tongue in the same manner as Law & Order's Lenny Briscoe (Jerry Orbach). When a philandering husband--whose DNA is being collected--excuses his behavior by saying, "So I'm human," Caine zings back, "Yeah, too bad there's not a swab that can confirm that." On the 25 episodes featured in this 7-disc set, he doesn't scream or shout once. When alarmed, Caine lets his gun make his more salient points. Actually, he and the other CSIs seem more proficient with their weapons than the FBI that sometimes "backs" them up. Who needs a sniper when Horatio is there? The generally good-looking cast also spends more time in the field than in the crime lab, giving them plenty of opportunity to bask in the sunshine and mingle with the bikini-clad beauties that seem to populate Miami. Even semi-regular cast member Joel West, who plays a police officer, is a former Calvin Klein model.

The season, which ran during 2005-2006, includes a crossover episode with CSI: New York. Unfortunately, only the Miami segment is included on this set, leaving viewers to wonder what happened in Part 2 when Caine and Mac Taylor (Gary Sinise) team up to capture a serial killer who locks children in the closet while he murders their parents. Still, there are some excellent episodes on this set, including one where a team of scam artists pose as father and children to steal a slew of money from the local country club Richie Riches. Another involves a group of college kids intent on recreating the violence they've played on a Grand Theft Auto-type of videogame. In many ways, this season is more about style than substance. Why else would there be avant-garde subtitles for one sequence where the criminal is speaking perfectly coherent English? More so than in previous seasons, there is a soap opera mentality to the show that's entertaining, but out of place in this series. Horatio is involved in a doomed romance, there's a romantic triangle between colleagues, and all too much is made of a possible mole within the lab who is leaking confidential information. While Caine's whispered threats lend a certain entertaining cachet to the show, his preening gets old fast. When he enters a room, Caine plants himself into a theatrical stance that makes him look less like a tough guy than one of Charlie's Angels. Too bad there's not a swab that can fix that. --Jae-Ha Kim

Customer Reviews

Can't wait for Season 5 gotta buy that.
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I have all the seasons now and have watched every single one.
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I love CSI:Miami more than the other two.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Michael Butts HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on November 5, 2006
Format: DVD
This fourth season of the flashiest of the CSI franchises is packed with a lot of personal dilemmas squeezed in with the usual vicious crimes. David Caruso's cool Horatio has to deal with the return of serial killer Walter Resden; a romance with Eric's cancer-stricken sister; and the possible closedown of his lab. Emily Procter's lovely Caleigh finds herself discovering a few things about her Federal agent boyfriend and dealing with an incompetent replacement (Joshua Leonard) in the firearms division; Adam Rodriguez's Eric is ridden with financial problems, his ill sister and possible drug charges; Khandi Alexander's stoic coroner Alexx finds herself in the middle of the murder of a known pedophile, and possibly losing her job because she's doctored Ryan on the sly; and Jonathan Togo's Ryan finds himself injured in a confrontation with a killer and possibly losing his eyesight. Whew! It's all done in typical CSI fashion and I am a big fan of these shows, so I loved it. The crimes are all fascinating and the technical aspects right up there. If you like CSI MIAMI, you'll love this great season.
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17 of 21 people found the following review helpful By David Solomon on September 18, 2006
Format: DVD
For the first 3 seasons, CSI: Miami was hindered by occasional clunky and uninteresting crimes and lack of character development.

But in Season 4, this show really takes off by adding subplots that set it apart from the other CSI shows and make the characters more interesting.

You now know Eric Delko has a sister who has cancer that he's helping get pot for. You see Ryan Wolfe's love and dedication to his job through the storyline involving a threat to his eyesight. Even coroner Alexx Woods has a meaty episode in which she's given an opportunity to work with another team.

These storylines are merely a backdrop to the thrilling cliff-hangers the writers/producers cooked up for this year: the identity of the mole in the lab and the continuing war against the Mala Noches.

All of these arcs are so well-handled that you'll be on the edge of your seat until the final episode of this season.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Lisa Resuggan on February 12, 2007
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CSI: Miami is one of the best shows on television today. Season four is by far the best season so far. Horatio, Calleigh, Eric and Ryan take us through another exciting journey in the life of Miami CSI.

I have been HUGE fan of David Caruso's for years and was thrilled when I heard he was going to be the lead actor in a CSI spin-off. Emily Procter was fantastic in the West Wing and I recember her from an early episode of Friends.

I would recommend this DVD set for anyone who loves great television.

Order your copy from Amazon today!!
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Charles H. Levenson on August 21, 2007
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C.S.I.Miami USED to be one of my favorite shows...But this particular season the writers chose to concentrate on the private lives of the various charecters rather than on the crimes,and ended up with a soap opera with corpses...The balderdash plotlines alledgedly portraying the private lives of Caine,Delko,Wolfe,ect are ridiculous,to say the very least..For example,the romance between Delko's sister and Caine;She is supposed to have cancer and be undergoing chemotherapy,but she looks like she just walked off the cover of a fashion magazine...No hair loss,no pallor,no sign whatsoever that ,as Delko himself mentions in one of the episodes,"the doctors say she has only a few months left"..and ,of course,SHE is somehow involved in several of the crimes,either as a witness,a victim,or a corpse(she marries Caine and gets shot to death all in the same afternoon)..About as realistic as santa claus...Then there is the episode where Mr.Wolfe gets shot in the eye with a nail gun..if it was you,or me,we would wind up blind,at the very least,but this guy not only makes what is more or less an astonishing recovery,but does not even sport a visible scar...Talk about UNREALISTIC...The plotlines involving the crimes have gone from realistic to very very very unrealistic,and the fact that,apparently,most of them get solved before lunch deepens the unrealism...
This show has become a comic book,and a bad one at that.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Eran Cohen on September 8, 2007
Format: DVD
CSI Miami is, according to Reuters, "the most-watched U.S. series around the world", and one can easily understand why.

American TV shows have been a vehicle used to spread and promote the American way of life (occasionally while glorifying it) for years. In my opinion, no other show conveys the essence of the American dream better than CSI Miami - and that's the source of its phenomenal success.

Police work and life in general have never looked so attractive and fulfilling; Florida, what a beautiful land, even more when all the females you ever get to see (cast members or random passers-by) are top models. The cars the police officers drive are fancy Hummers, the equiptment used for the CSI work is always on the top of the line. Most of the crimes are committed in the best and wealthiest neighborhoods, mostly by - you must have guessed - handsome/beautiful, charming and occasionally rich criminals. The poor victims seem almost good looking on their deathbeds. Add to that the amazing speed in which justice is served (usually within 40 minutes), and you get the most easily watched syndicated program in the history of television.

It should be noted that the creators of the show do not shy away from planting the expected crimes in places in which sometimes the most unusual, disturbing and bizarre types of behaviors found within the American society happen; from getaway promiscuous parties for bored wives, to arranged dates for men with shameless gold diggers going to one night stand meetings for men and willing women, and so forth. These outrageous and often sensational plot contexts undoubtly contribute to the appeal of the series no less than all the other elements.

The entertainment-value of the final outcome is undisputable.
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