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  • Actors: Rob Estes, Mitzi Kapture, David Ciminello, Robia LaMorte, Charlie Brill
  • Directors: Mitzi Kapture, Charles Siebert, David E. Peckinpah, Harvey S. Laidman, James Darren
  • Format: Box set, Color, 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: 3
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Starz / Anchor Bay
  • DVD Release Date: January 3, 2006
  • Run Time: 839 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (23 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000BO0KLY
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #264,204 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Silk Stalkings - Season Four" on IMDb

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In wealthy Palm Beach, ‘The Beautiful People’ flaunt bodies that are hot, hard and sexy…except for the ones that are found cold, stiff and murdered. For homicide detectives Sgt. Rita Lee Lance (Mitzi Kapture) and Sgt. Chris Lorenzo (Rob Estes), these crimes of passion – known as ‘Silk Stalkings’ – lead the partners into the dark side of high society. But will their own growing sexual tension sweep them towards the most explosive seduction of all? Charlie Brill and Mitzi McCall co-star in this top-rated fourth season of the notorious late night crime series created by Stephen J. Cannell (PROFIT, THE COMMISH, THE GREATEST AMERICAN HERO) and featuring such guest stars as Poppy Montgomery, Casper Van Dien, Sarah Buxton, James Darren, Emma Caulfield, Joe Cortese, Gilbert Gottfried, Constance Towers and more

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The fourth season of Silk Stalkings, Stephen J. Cannell's sexy B-grade cable series, begins with Sergeant Chris Lorenzo (Rob Estes) still recovering from his injuries at the end of season 3, though an attractive surgeon, Jillian Duprix (Nancy Valen, replaced in-season by Suanne Braun), helps ease his pain. Sergeant Rita Lance (Mitzi Kapture) can't wait to get her partner back, but his return nearly costs them both dearly and leads to Lorenzo's resignation from the Palm Beach police force. As usual, the Palm Beach homicide detectives hunt down their quota of sexual predators and other sordid offenders while running into dead ends with their personal relationships. Rita dates a former cop turned writer (Eric Pierpoint) with alcohol and financial problems. Chris struggles to understand why Jillian would bother to date an ordinary cop, then has to make a momentous decision when she wants him to move to Boston with her. When he hesitates, she knows that it's not just the job he doesn't want to leave behind. Yes, we knew it was coming--that crucial development that all flirtatious TV-police partners go through when the show needs a boost (but usually ends up jumping the shark). And even if we don't quite get there, the groundwork is laid for the events of the fifth season, which would end up being the last for both Kapture and Estes. Also starring real-life husband-and-wife comedy team Charlie Brill and Mitzi McCall as Captain Lipschitz and his wife, David Ciminello as Rita's foster brother, Gilbert Gottfried and Casper Van Dien as suspicious types, Constance Towers as the sister of an elder victim, and Kellie Overbey Shane as a trainee who accuses Chris of sexual harassment. --David Horiuchi

Customer Reviews

Gosh - I can't wait for season 5 to be released!
Dallas fan
As Mitzy got pregnant and she and Rob left the show,they stopped airing it here, so it's amazing to be able to watch the best late night series all over again!
Lucia Daddario
The dvd's works well, the packaging is attractive and the quality is good.
John Holbrook

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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By R. DeCristofaro on January 4, 2006
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Set in West Palm Beach, Florida (but filmed in San Diego, California), Silk Stalkings was a sort of "Miami Vice" lite for the 90's. Telling the story of Homicide detectives Chris Lorenzo (Rob Estes) and Rita Lee Lance (Mitz Kapture), Silk Stalkings shows the detectives solving crimes of passion among those living the high life.

While I will admit that the show tends toward the cheesy, this guilty pleasure consistently entertained me throughout its 8 seasons. And despite the cast changes over the course of its run, the series remained watchable throughout. The possible exception is the latter half of the fifth season, but I will leave that for my review of that season.

Season Four starts off with a two-part episode "Natural Selection" that is surprisingly dramatic. These two episodes were the first episodes I saw when flipping through the cable channels during the original run of the series. I liked them enough that I continued to watch the show regularly. Soon enough, USA network put the show into a five-nights-a-week late night slot, and I quickly caught up on the first three seasons.

In addition to the usual story of Chris and Rita solving a murder each week, this season also saw good use of the supporting cast, including: Captain Lipschitz and his wife (played by vaudevillians Charlie Brill and Mitzi McCall, married in real life); Donnie "Dogs" DiBarto, the friendliest mafia don in Florida; and Atticus Dunn, who continued to scheme (and impose upon Chris' patience).

Season Four also continues to explore the relationship between the two main characters, Chris and Rita.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Lucia Daddario on March 17, 2006
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As I live in Brazil, I used do watch Silks Stalkings on cable.

I never missed an episode. The plots were really interesting

and Mitzy Kapture and Rob Estes had such a chemistry together

that made you really believed they were partners and best

friends!

As Mitzy got pregnant and she and Rob left the show,they stopped

airing it here, so it's amazing to be able to watch the best

late night series all over again!

I can't wait to buy season 5!

And even though it's been more than 10 years, the series haven't

aged a bit.Each episode mantains its charm,mistery, passion and

sometimes humor. A must see...
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By C. Efteland on March 10, 2006
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Silk stalkings 4th season is a smashing experience! With lots of action, drama and sad stories combined, this is the best season so far! Rita and Chris is still the all time favourite couple, now with new hair cuts and a tiny improvement considering their outfits. I highly recommend this show to all! Silk Stalkings is dearly missed, and watching gorgeus Rob Estes as Chris Lorenzo is a great bonus! Buy it!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Dallas fan on June 16, 2006
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Boy I really missed this show - Rita and Chris - geez the chemistry the best ever on TV! It is still just as great as it was the first time I saw it on cable. Gosh - I can't wait for season 5 to be released! Dang I wish they would both be in more stuff....what a waste of beautiful talent!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By techtime on August 16, 2007
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One more t.v. series I came across while looking on Amazon that I added to my Wish List and received as a birthday present. I was skeptical of my taste in the early 90s vs. today. I remember thinking it was a kind of a newer, maybe shallower Miami Vice-style, that was pretty risqué for regular cable t.v. I used to watch it sporadically on USA late at night, but probably never saw two episodes in a row.

My fiancée and I watched the first episode with my parents. None of us really got into it and I felt a little disappointed. A little while later (days? a week?) my fiancée and I were looking for something to watch that wasn't too long, so we gave it another whirl. After the second episode we were hooked and preceded to watch a bunch, one after another. We cruised through the First Season way too fast that I even found myself watching the Extras! To make a long story short, we're about half way through the Fifth Season now and dread the inevitable, that this is the last season out on DVD.

Yes, there is 90s cheese, florescent outfits that we can't believe we thought were cool, some questionable hairdos, swimsuits, only large-chested women always seemingly getting out of a pool at the crime scene wearing a thong bikini, every episode opens with a sex scene that ends in someone's death, and the list goes on and on. However, we are totally hooked and love every episode and season! It's part romantic comedy, part t.v. detective series drama. I loved Miami Vice, but usually didn't find myself laughing whereas with Silk we are laughing during every episode and feeling good at the end of them. There also is very little blood and gore. You get the idea of what happened, but often see no blood when someone is killed.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By April on March 2, 2006
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I'm so glad they decided to release Silk on DVD! I loved the show when it was on tv and then they stopped showing re-runs all togeter and the series ended. I'm a fan of Rob and Mitzi. Chris and Rita are my favorite out of all the pairings! The show was awesome!
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