One Tree Hill - Season 1 (DVD)

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Description

This series follows the eventful lives of some high-school kids in Tree Hill, a small but not too quiet town in North Carolina, where the greatest source of pride is the high school basketball team, the Ravens,

Product Details

Barcode
7321900710923
Department
Movies & TV
Released
16 Jan 2006
Type
TV Shows
Format
DVD
Genre
Drama
Season
1
Region
Region 2
Year
2003
Language
English
Studio
Warner Bros. Pictures
Number of Discs
6
Series
One Tree Hill
Age Restriction
12
Supply Source
South Africa

TV Show

Title
One Tree Hill - The Complete First Season
Release Year
2003
Running Time
944 min
Categories
Dramas / Television / Coming Of Age / High School Experiences / Series
Synopsis
Lucas (Chad Michael Murray) and Nathan Scott (James Lafferty) are two half-brothers whose lives are brought together on the basketball court when they both end up playing for the same team in high school. The previously estranged twosome struggle to prove who is the better player on the court, and also face personal turmoil, most notably in the shape of Nathan's girlfriend, Peyton Sawyer (Hilarie Burton), whom they both lust after. The parental struggle that split the boy's upbringings also plays a major part in ONE TREE HILL, with Nathan's father, Dan (Paul Johansson) and Lucas' mother, Karen (Moira Kelly) bringing many unneeded complications into Nathan and Lucas's lives. The first season is included here in its entirety.
Cast & Crew
Director
Brian Robbins
Star
Barry Corbin / Paul Johansson / Moira Kelly / James Lafferty / Chad Michael Murray / Craig Sheffer / Robin Weingart
Producer
Joe Davola / Michael Tollin
Creator
Mark Schwan
Movie Critics
Entertainment Weekly
"[T]he show handles its adolescent alienation, high school love triangles, drug abuse, and dysfunctional parenting with a dignity and insight that prevent it from devolving into some cautionary after-school melodrama..."
Timothy Gunatilaka (28 Jan 2005, p.69-70)