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Nowhere Man - The Complete Series


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  • Actors: Bruce Greenwood, Megan Gallagher
  • Directors: Greg Beeman, Mel Damski, Michael Levine (IV), Guy Magar
  • Format: Box set, Color, Dolby, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 9
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Image Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: December 26, 2005
  • Run Time: 1140 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (94 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000BC8SXS
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #89,104 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Nowhere Man - The Complete Series" on IMDb

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Unknown forces conspire to erase the identity of photographer Thomas Veil (Bruce Greenwood, I, Robot), and without warning, every aspect of his life is erased during the course of one evening. His wife acts as if he's a stranger, his credit cards are suddenly invalid, his keys no longer fit the door to his home and in one way or another, his family and friends are silenced. Completely alone, Veil sets out on a desperate cross-country quest for an answer while eluding his powerful and unknown enemy. His only clue to the possible motivation behind the harrowing ordeal is the disappearance of one of his photographs, "Hidden Agenda," which depicts the execution of natives in a war-torn Third World country. SPECIAL FEATURES: - Audio and video commentaries (Larry Hertzog, Bruce Greenwood, Peter Dunne, Steve Rodman, Art Monterastelli and Ian Toynton) - Interviews (Larry Hertzog, Art Monterastelli, Guy Magar, Steve Rodman, Bruce Greenwood, Michael Levine, Megan Gallagher) - Deleted and extended scenes - Promotional spots - Outtakes - Featurette -- "Networking" (UPN executive Mike Sullivan and series creator Larry Hertzog reminisce) - Featurette -- "Fact or Fiction?" (an anonymous ex-CIA operative reveals real world government conspiracies, mind control techniques and how fragile our identity really is)

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74 of 80 people found the following review helpful By C. Freeman on October 14, 2005
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In the fall of 1995 one of the most original progams of that season made it's debut: Nowhere Man. Played by the under-rated Bruce Greenwood who brought just the right amount of suspicion and paranoia to the table, the show quite effectively, and chillingly, shows what could happen if someone had their identity completely erased, in this case after Greenwood's character (photographer Thomas J. Veil) takes a snapshot of what appears to be a hanging in Central America. His life quite literally unravels like a roll of film when the people who want the negatives erases his identity and forces him to go on the run. Everyone, including his wife, no longer recognizes or will have anything to do with him. He is, quite literally, a man without an identity or a past, who must sort out what has happened while avoid being captured. One of the themes of Nowhere Man was that you never knew who was friend or foe, which gave the show it's paranoid edge.

Unfortunately after only one season, and just when it appeared that we were getting to the bottom of who was behind Thomas Veil's erasure and how it was done, the show was cancelled, leaving many a fan, myself included, hanging in the air. It's great that this show is finally being released on DVD, it would have been greater still if they had done so 10 years ago.
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61 of 68 people found the following review helpful By Debra B. on November 8, 2005
I don't make it a point to watch many TV shows as most shows are terrible. I caught the very beginning of the Nowhere Man pilot completely by accident back in 1995 and before the intro was finished......I WAS HOOKED! I was completely devastated when it didn't return and the fact that the show has NEVER been in reruns in the United States, completely evades all logic as it runs in other countries.

I've read rumors about the show possibly being available on DVD for some time, but it seemed to only be a CONSPIRACY to get people like me excited. Now it appears to really be the TRUTH. This is the best news I've heard all year! I'M THRILLED! I'm looking forward to having Nowhere Man on DVD and I'm also hoping that a release of this fine show will cause many people to get as hooked on it as I have been since that fateful Monday night back in 1995. (The above was written before news of a definite release.)

***************** NOWHERE MAN UPDATE

FINALLY!!!! MY FAVORITE TV SHOW OF ALL TIME! "Nowhere Man" is slated to be released on December 27, 2005 on DVD. This will be a first time release for this program in ANY format.

It ran the 25 episodes in 1995/1996 ONE (1) time and has NEVER been seen again (in the USA that is, it ran in reruns overseas). There is a cult following of this show and we've followed news (very scant news since most people haven't heard of this show) for years since it went off the air. We just knew it was a real conspiracy trying to keep our beloved "Nowhere Man" from us.

This show will knock the wind out of you! The absolute best I've ever seen! This is a very CEREBRAL and smart show......we think that's why UPN pulled the plug after only 25 episodes.
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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Alexander E. Paulsen on December 13, 2005
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More proof that TV is not a lost cause - Firefly is supporting evidence.

Nowhere man was a milestone in American TV. It is the US version of the UK series The Prisoner.

I am not so surprised that it was cancelled after a season, I am more shocked that it made on the air to begin with and lasted the season. This is a very thought provoking and cerebral story. This is not for the average "Entertainment Tonight/Desperate Housewives" TV viewer.

This show truly meant something and communicated it's message on a variety of levels. Elements of this show were exciting and in-your-face while other plot elements went deeper and were revealed often hours after you have seen an episode only after it sunk inand your brain absorbed the sublties.

There was not a single bad, dry or slow episode in the whole series. Every one was important and added another piece to the puzzle.

Plus there was absolutely no clue as to where the thing was headed until very close to the end. This was spectacularly well done and Bruce Greenwood was magnificent in his role.

This show so intrigued me I wrote a script for it. The show was cancelled before I presented it to the producer.

I was sad when it was cancelled but pleased that they were able to hastily put together a wrap for the story that while a little cryptic, not as surreal as the ending of The Prisoner.

I think The Prisoner is one of the true masterpieces of artistic TV production, and Nowhere Man is easily it's equal.

I can't wait for the release. I have to have this set. I made room for it right next to my Prisoner Megaset.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Wayne Klein HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on December 26, 2005
After taking and publishing a mysterious photo showing an execution in a third world country, photographer Thomas Veil (Bruce Greenwood)finds his life ripped apart. He's having dinner with his wife Allison (Megan Greenwood from "Millennium"), goes to the bathroom and comes back to find her gone. When he comes back at different couple is at his table and his wife isn't there. When he asks Geno the owner where she is he doesn't know who his wife is, who he is and why he's complaining about his table being taken. When he tracks her down he discovers his wife no longer knows who he is and there isn't any evidence he's every existed--except that he knows who he is. He remembers his past. That's all that remains.

An intelligent, clever TV series that lasted only one season on UPN (coupled mysteriously with "Star Trek: Voyager" a big mistake on UPN's part)"Nowhere Man", like "The Prisoner" may have been too good for TV, ahead of its time or had the wrong audience for UPN. It would probably have been coupled better with Fox's "The X-Files". Now 10 years later with shows like "LOST" presenting mysteries and conspiracies like "Nowhere Man", the show's time has finally come.

This excellent release from Image Entertainment includes all 25 of the first season episodes. As extras we get commentary tracks including video commentaries by Bruce Greenwood, producer Peter Dunne and creator/writer/producer Lawrence Hertzog. The video commentaries whomever is doing the commentary frequently presented in splitscreen with the episode itself. There are also traditional audio commentaries (they're separate though)as well as promos and interviews with Bruce Greenwood, Hertzog, Megan Gallagher, director Ian Toynton and others.

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