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  • Actors: Jerry Orbach, Jesse L. Martin, S. Epatha Merkerson, Sam Waterston, Elisabeth Rohm
  • Producers: Dick Wolf
  • Format: Box set, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, Full Screen, Subtitled, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0)
  • Subtitles: Spanish, French
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: National Broadcasting Company (NBC)
  • DVD Release Date: September 14, 2004
  • Run Time: 1746 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (73 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0002CX21K
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #67,217 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Law & Order: The Fourteenth Year" on IMDb

Special Features

Disc 3:
  • Jesse L. Martin Profile
  • Fred Thompson Profile
  • Set Tour with Jerry Orbach
  • Interview with Forensic Scientist Park Dietz
  • Cast Member Profiles

  • Editorial Reviews

    Honored with 11 consecutive Emmy Award nominations for Outstanding Drama Series and winning the Emmy in 1997, Law & Order has captivated audiences and critics alike with storylines ripped straight from the headlines. Law & Order is "absorbing, sharply written," raves TV Guide. The New York Times calls the series a "rare jewel." The star-studded cast features Jerry Orbach, Jesse L. Martin, S. Epatha Merkerson, Sam Waterston, Elisabeth Röhm and Fred Dalton Thompson as the detectives and prosecutors who tackle the challenging cases that come before them.

    Customer Reviews

    It makes me depressed and angry.
    Leslie Thompson
    I think Law & Order has really gone downhill after the first five seasons.
    Can play on both dvd player and laptop.

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    74 of 80 people found the following review helpful By Water Neko on April 7, 2005
    Format: DVD
    After reading all seventeen of the reveiws, I find it odd that not a single person has noticed this dvd set's crucial flaw: the episodes you see are not the episodes that were first shown on TV. Instead, they are the episodes that were shown as re-runs, which means that some of the original content is not there any more.

    At least two of the episodes have missing scenes. "Patient Zero" is missing a crucial moment when it is discovered that the defendant's wife wanted the victim dead. And Dectective Briscoe's last episode, "C.O.D", is missing the part where Green hands Briscoe a characture drawing of himself.

    These are the only ones I noticed, but there might be more. I enjoyed this dvd set, but I paid to get all of the original content, not 90% of it. Am I the only ones who noticed this?
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    92 of 110 people found the following review helpful By Indy Reviewer VINE VOICE on June 28, 2005
    Format: DVD
    As a fairly serious Law and Order fan, I do not two star the fourteenth season of Law and Order lightly. (Read my 5 star reviews of the early seasons if you don't believe me.) Unfortunately the DVD version of this season is really not worth buying unless you simply can't wait. At best this would have been 4 stars given the plot writing has gone downhill, but what really irks me are the lack of special features and even lack of certain scenes (costing another star) and the fact that there was no real reason to release this year in anything less than the eye-candy high definition it was broadcast in (costing yet another). If you aren't planning on upgrading to HD for several years and are a true L&O junkie, this might still be worth a buy; otherwise, wait.

    There's been a lot said about how recent seasons of Law and Order have "jumped the shark" and to some extent I agree. It is still better than many shows on television, but in general only a precious few episodes live up to the quality of the glory years from seasons 3 to 9 or so. Some point to the cast, although in fairness watching the end of season 15 with Annie Parisse flatlining scenes should make most reconsider if Elisabeth Rohm really was that bad of an actress. (While she wasn't great, in fairness she had a very tough comp following Angie Harmon, who was just as stunningly beautiful but surprised everyone by arching her eyebrows and drawling her lines out in a way that took over scenes from even Sam Waterston.) To me, its just that the actors don't have a lot to work with as the writing has become incredibly predictable. (If you don't think Jesse Martin can act, watch him shine in Christmas Carol; he might not be Chris Noth but he doesn't have Noth's lines either.
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    12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on February 25, 2014
    Format: DVD Verified Purchase

    I love Law & Order, always have. I own Season 5-13 on DVD and will eventually get Seasons 1 through 4 on DVD since I've since gained an appreciation for the characters Ben Stone, Max Greevey, and Phil Ceretta. However, Season 14 is still butchered. This is the SECOND release of Season 14. You can still see the original release on Amazon.com and the universal complaint is that while the show was broadcast in widescreen, the DVDs were cropped. I held off in hopes that Universal would change this if/when they rereleased the show. Well, come 10 years later in 2014, they are. And I snatched it up thinking, "Oh, they'll put the episodes on as they were broadcast."

    Dead. Wrong.

    10 seconds in and the show is still cropped to 4x3. I can only imagine the other complaints, such as cut scenes still exist. Come on, Universal. Get your act together. If you can release Seasons 4-13 in widescreen when they were mostly broadcast in 4x3, you can release the show in widescreen AS IT WAS BROADCAST. As for these, I will be returning them for a refund.

    This is a particularly noteworthy season as it was the last season with long-time cast members, Jerry Orbach. So frustrating that NBCU cannot get its act together here.
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    31 of 38 people found the following review helpful By B. Isaf-Lauri on September 15, 2004
    Format: DVD
    In looking over the previous reviews I felt the need to "add my two cents." First and foremost I am very disappointed at the decision to release the seasons out of order. 1, 2, 14?! Come on!! Stop the madness! Go back to chronological order. Anyone not seeing in these in order, who is a latecomer to the francise is missing valuable information and insight into the motivation of these characters. How do you understand Green's comment to Briscoe about having children if you haven't seen earlier episodes to know why that comment was significant?

    Having dispensed with that issue I have to disagree with most of the previous comments about the characters. Without a doubt Briscoe is my favorite character. He has been since his arrival (I've watched from the beginning). I am so sorry to see him go and find it highly improbable that Dennis Farina will come close to filling the gap. I was not a Logan fan...he was written as way too much of a hot head from the beginning and came across as way too smug and short sighted. (Though I did like it when they brought him back for an episode later and would love to see them do that some more.) I am a Green fan. I like his low key approach and his dry humor. (Being a huge theatre fan I also just love the pairing of Orbach and Martin!!)

    As far as the "Order" part of the franchise I MUCH prefer McCoy to Stone. Stone was so damn "holier than thou" that I wanted to reach into the TV and slap him!! I prefer the more realistic portrayal that I believe McCoy delivers. No one is as saintly as Stone was written, especially in a job like that. Angie Harmon's Carmicheal is by far my favorite ADA. Please bring her back!!! Southerland was way too mouthy and condescending from the very first episode. Sorry...
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    I believe season 14 was special as it was the final season that Jerry Orbach (Lenny Briscoe)appeared - it was a tribute to him.
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