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JAG: Judge Advocate General: Season 4


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  • Actors: David James Elliott, Catherine Bell
  • Format: NTSC, Color
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo)
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 6
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Paramount
  • DVD Release Date: August 21, 2007
  • Run Time: 1070 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (107 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000Q6GUS4
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,780 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "JAG: Judge Advocate General: Season 4" on IMDb

Special Features

  • All 24 Episodes from the 1998-1999 Season on 6 discs
  • Gag Reel

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Product Description

In this explosive hour-long dramatic adventure series, David James Elliot stars as Lieutenant Commander "Harm" Rabb, Jr., a brave, outstanding Navy Lawyer and officer in the Judge Advocate General (J.A.G.) Corps. His missions are to investigate and prosecute all crimes, accidents, acts of terrorism and espionage related to the Navy and Marine Corps. Playing the diverse roles of investigator, prosecutor and defense attorney, Harm and his partner Major Sarah "Mac" MacKenzie (Catherine Bell), use their intelligence and determination to uncover the mysteries behind cases involving murder, treason, espionage and other high crimes to bring world-class criminals to justice. JAG combines all the intensity of the battlefield and all the suspense of a criminal investigation into an action-packed hour!

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With the fourth season of JAG: Judge Advocate General, viewers get a real sense of who the characters are. Originally running in 1998-1999, the fourth year is consistently good in both storyline and acting, and rarely loses steam in any of the 24 episodes. The six-disc boxed set begins with Commander Harmon "Harm" Rabb (David James Elliott) and his comely colleague Lieutenant Colonel Sarah "Mac" MacKenzie Mac (Catherine Bell) searching for his father in Russia. The season ends with Harm possibly giving up his military legal career to return to his first love as a naval fighter pilot. But before the cliffhanger, Harm helps to clear Mac's name against charges that she killed her ex-husband, bumbling Bud (Patrick Labyroteaux) and his wife Harriet (Karri Turner) welcome their baby into the world, and Admiral Albert Chegwidden (John M. Jackson) deals with the kidnapping of his daughter. In many ways JAG evokes memories of older whodunit series that relied on charm and humor as much as drama (and gross-out medical examinations) to keep its audience captivated. Elliott and Bell provide pleasing eye candy along with enough flirty chemistry that viewers root for the couple to get together. And Labyorteaux has transitioned well from a child actor into a very funny thespian with superb comic timing. While the plots occasionally can be out there, the series serves up feel-good stories without excessive patriotism or preaching. There's not much in the way of special features, other than a so-so gag reel. But fans of the series won't be disappointed by this set, which tackles political issues as well as matters of the heart. --Jae-Ha Kim

Customer Reviews

I have seasons one through five.
Virginia L. Heck
All in all, a good set of DVDs, I will definately buy the season 5 collection when it comes out!
Julie Mcgugan
It's nice to be able to watch the shows in order now whenever I want.
Sharon

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Charles S. Martin on September 22, 2007
Format: DVD
Season four provides more depth to the main characters in JAG. Harm and Mac survive the cliffhanger in which they were dangling in the last episode of season three, and the search for Harm's father comes to a conclusion. The chemistry between Harm and Mac continues to grow, but neither Harm nor Mac are anywhere near making a committment. Harm is still "playing the field," and emotional wounds from Mac's past require more than bandaids to heal. We see more of AJ's life before and beyond being the Navy's Judge Advocate General, and Bud becomes a "real" lawyer and shows that he is more than just the comic relief for the series.

The action episodes contine to thrill, but at times with resolutions that stretch plausability. "The Embassy" is probably the best with a plot twist that explores the limits of military solutions to the world's problems and lifts the series above military recruiting propaganda. "Nobody's Child" and "Goodbyes" present an emoltional side of Harm we knew he had but only saw glimpses of before. Most of the courtroom episodes are much more realistic than shows like the legal farce, "Matlock,"(my 35 years practicing law more than qualify me to say this) but "People v. Mac" strains legal credibility. However, the episode does give us a glimpe into Mac's Freudian past, and presents a disturbing insight into Brumby, a newcomer to JAG.

Although all of the episodes can "stand alone," CIA Agent Clayton Webb, Congressperson Bobbi Latham, Vietnam vet Roscoe Martin, SEAL Lt. Vernon Rivers, Lt. Cmdr. Theresa Coulter, Francesca Paretti (AJ's daughter) and Special Agent Clark Palmer (Boo!), all reappear from past seasons in their good/good, bad/good or bad/bad rolls. However viewing these episodes without at least a fleeting knowledge of what went before does not allow one to experience the growth of the characters in their rolls that makes the series all that more entertaining and enjoyable.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By kindred spirit VINE VOICE on January 7, 2009
Format: DVD
I didn't watch Jag until it was in the 10th season. Recently I caught it on TV reruns and got totally hooked. I had to get the DVD's. Needless to say I LOVE Harm Rabb, he couldn't be any cuter. Season two brought Catherine Bell on the scene as Harm's Partner. I love the immediate chemistry between them and the looks Harm gives her...my heart swoons. The love is there for sure now but they cannot act on it.

I didn't think it would keep getting better and better but what can I say it does. Season 4 is no dissapointment. I love how it is current with the year it was made as far as what wars are going on.

I think watching this also makes us remember our troops more and all they are doing for us. We can sit and enjoy watching DVD's safe in our homes because they are protecting and defending our freedom.

The adventures are so varied and different in each show. Season two has more courtroom time it's investigations and drama.

I cannot say enough good about this show. You will not be disappointed.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By A. Merrill on August 29, 2007
Format: DVD
I really enjoy watching this series! My husband was in the Navy and he says that this show is very much real to how the navy responds and reacts to different situations! I can't wait to own all the seasons!!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on September 21, 2007
Format: DVD
This was one of JAG's best seasons among many great ones. This season had everything from serious drama like Silent Service and Nobody's Child to fun stories like Jaggle Bells and Yeah, Baby. A lot people didn't like it due to it being about the military but that is their lost. A big part of the lure of the show was the screen chemistry between the stars, David James Elliott and Catherine Bell, which I have not seen on any other show. It is a shame it was wasted.

It is a shame that during the last 2 years of the show it appeared that the creater of the show was engaging in destruction of the masterpiece and longest running of all the shows he has created. I also keep wondering why Paramount allowed the DVD's to be released with the name of David James Elliott misspelled on the Season 3 and 4 case. After all he played the main character of the show.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Julie Mcgugan on September 17, 2007
Format: DVD
I've beeen looking forward to this season for so long and I must say, this boxset did not disappoint! I thought season four was one of the best and contained most of my favourite episodes. The only thing I thought was a shame was that it did not contain any episode commentries like the season 3 boxset and would have liked to see an extended gag reel. All in all, a good set of DVDs, I will definately buy the season 5 collection when it comes out!
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By R. Bailey on September 17, 2007
Format: DVD
I now have all seasons (1-4) of JAG released so far. It hurts me to give this DVD set anything below 5 stars because I'm as big a JAG fan as JAG fans come... but having seen 200+ episodes on TV before the DVD sets were released at all, I wanted to see more than just the episodes. It's great that I have the episodes but it would've been nice to get more than just 4 minutes of bonus features... Even some epidsode commentary would have been nice. That's really disappointing. Seasons 1 and 2 had a few good features. I hope future released seasons offer more.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By vetswife56 on September 2, 2013
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
the fourth season was listed as new and in bubble wrap. when we received it, the outer packaging was worn and torn. the bubble wrap looked as if it had been opened and resealed. and in two incidents, the tape was hanging up anf we had to fast forward to override the program. will not order from this place again.
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