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McLeod's Daughters - The Complete First Season
McLeod's Daughters - The Complete First Season
Actors: Bridie Carter, Lisa Chappell, Jessica Napier, Rachael Carpani, Aaron Jeffery
Directors: Chris Martin-Jones, Donald Crombie, Geoff Bennett, Karl Zwicky, Kay Pavlou
Genres: Drama, Television
NR     2006     16hr 0min

They?re Ordinary Women Facing the Extraordinary Adventure of Life on the Land The landmark first season of McLeod?s Daughters marks the beginning of an unforgettable journey for Claire and Tess ? two sisters separated as c...  more »


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Actors: Bridie Carter, Lisa Chappell, Jessica Napier, Rachael Carpani, Aaron Jeffery
Directors: Chris Martin-Jones, Donald Crombie, Geoff Bennett, Karl Zwicky, Kay Pavlou
Creators: Alexa Wyatt, Caroline Stanton, Cathy Strickland
Genres: Drama, Television
Sub-Genres: Drama, Drama
Format: DVD - Color
DVD Release Date: 10/03/2006
Original Release Date: 10/02/2004
Theatrical Release Date: 10/02/2004
Release Year: 2006
Run Time: 16hr 0min
Screens: Color
Number of Discs: 6
SwapaDVD Credits: 6
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 12
Edition: Box set
MPAA Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Languages: English, French, Spanish

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Member Movie Reviews

Jennifer C. (JustJen) from BOURBON, MO
Reviewed on 3/22/2009...
If you haven't watched McLeod's you are missing a great show.

Can't say enough great things about this series. In my opinion the first 3 season's are the best.

Wish the states would have more TV shows like this. Couldn't even watch this in the states, had to rent from netflix.

It is well worth watching all 8 seasons, though.

HIGHLY recommend!
Rick W. from AUSTIN, MN
Reviewed on 8/8/2008...
This is a terrific series. My husband and I both think it worth watching and have enjoyed the first season and can't wait for season two to be available. It is well written, great characters & actors - maybe a little hard to understand due to their accents, but hey, what is DVD good for if you can't re-wind and listen closer? Definitely a 4 1/2 star watch!!!

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Finally McLeod's Available in the States
M. Johnson | Texas | 08/05/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"McLeod's Daughters is an Australian soap opera that has played on WE (Women's Entertainment) TV for the last couple of years up until a few months ago when they decided to discontinue showing it. It is now at the end of its 6th season in Australia and WE had played seasons 1-3. Of course, being a soap opera, it is addictive, and not being able to watch the rest of the seasons is killing a lot of the fans who don't have region free DVD players (or $80 to fork over per season).

The plot at the beginning of the first season is basically two half-sisters (Claire and Tess) who have lived apart for most of their lives (same father, different mothers) come together to save Claire's ranch after their father dies. Claire has lived on the ranch all her life and Tess has lived in the big city with her mother most of her life. Tess, being from the big city, is not too keen on living on a ranch, but she helps her sister, and ends up staying at the ranch to help run it.

Along with the sisters there are other characters who liven up the place, as only soap opera characters can do. There's the two brothers, Alex and Nick, who help run their nearby ranch and who become love interests for just about any girl who is on the show. There's Meg, and her wild daughter Jodi, who help at the ranch. Another ranch help, Becky, who has a troubled past, but is a hard worker. And Terry, a ranch hand at Alex and Nick's ranch, who has an on-again, off-again, relationship with Meg. There are other regulars who have come and gone over the course of the six seasons, but those are most of the main ones from season 1.

The actors in this series are very good, and as we all know, many famous, well-renowned actors have started on soap operas. If they have been in anything else in the U.S. I don't know about it, but as far as I can tell from IMdB, most of them have been in a lot of Australian productions. Recently, John Jarrett, who plays Terry, was in the movie Wolf Creek. His portrayal in that movie was totally different than his role on McLeod's Daughters. It shows he has quite an acting range.

It is nice to finally have this fine and addictive series available in our region for a reasonable price."
I can't believe it...McLeod's FINALLY comes to the U.S.!!!! | 09/04/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"It only took 6 years for distributors to finally wake up and see what an excellent show this is, and not just for the Australian audience. American producers usually portray female farmers/ranchers as either man-hating butches or tobacco-spitting rednecks. MD shows that a female farmer/rancher can be independent, sexy, beautiful, strong, and intelligent. This show is so down-to-earth, the actors do such an excellent job bringing their characters to life. Seasons 1-4 are the best (in my opinion), hopefully they will all be brought to the U.S.!!! I wish they had put a little more into the "Behind the Scenes" bit in the Special Features. I'm assuming that this is going to go down as one of the greatest TV series ever (at least I think it should!!!), and there is so little info about it, and what's behind it. I wish they had put a lot of behind the scenes stuff on every disc!! Posie Graeme Evans and Caroline Stanton are geniuises!"
McLeod's Daughters
Maggie Mc | Washington DC USA | 05/12/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)

"If you want to see how women can handle a ranch in the Austrailian West, this program will be one you won't want to miss. The characters are strong, focused on succeeding in running the property, and are learning how to take one day at a time. Conflicts are eventually worked out as all of them learn how to operate in a different kind of terrain. Tess, the sister who left when she was 5 with her mother, is urbanized, educated and not sure how to fit in. Clare, the sister who stayed, is tough, determined yet willing to negotiate if it means she can keep the place. The sisters learn how to work together while working with the three other women on the ranch: a mother (Meg) and daughter (Jody) and friend from the nearest city who came to the Ranch to start a new life."