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Jesse Stone: 9-Movie Collection on DVD Tom Selleck as Jesse Stone (2005 – 2015) from the novels by Robert B. Parker

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Jesse Stone: 9-Movie Collection on DVD Color Widescreen Approx TRT: 13 hours and 17 minutes, optional subtitles / close captions (as listed). Digitally mastered. Playable on any standard North American (US, Canada, etc.) standard DVD player

Jesse Stone (Tom Selleck) is the lead character in a series of detective novels written by Robert B. Parker. They were among his last works, and the first series in which the novelist used the third-person narrative. In the made for TV Movies, Tom Selleck stars as the L.A. cop, who relocates to the small town of Paradise, only to find himself immersed in one mystery after another.

Includes:

    Stone Cold (2005)

    Jesse Stone: Night Passage (2006)

    Jesse Stone: Death in Paradise (2006)

    Jesse Stone: Sea Change (2007)

    Jesse Stone: Thin Ice (2009)

    Jesse Stone: No Remorse (2010)

    Jesse Stone: Innocents Lost (2011) with close captions English SDH

    Jesse Stone: Benefit of the Doubt (2012) with close captions English SDH

    Jesse Stone: Lost in Paradise (2015) with close captions English SDH,French

The "Jesse Stone" series of nine (9) movies, from the bestselling novels by Robert B. Parker. Tom Selleck join Michael Brandman to jointly Executive Produce the series, beginning in 2005.

Each of the nine stand on their own, but have a connection, in some part, where the preceding film leaves off. The series is about a top grade L.A. Police Homicide detective who's forced into earlier retirement due to being caught drinking on the job. After retirement, he accepts a job on the opposite side of the country as the Police Chief of a small, seasonal, coastal town called "Paradise," run by a handful of stiff-necked, small-town bureaucrats who soon learn they can fire Stone, but they can't tell him what to do. He's overqualified for the position and the locals don't think his qualifications for solving murders is necessary, because as Jesse often says, he's "just a small town cop who mainly writes parking tickets." Of course, it isn't long before murder comes to Paradise, and while struggling with his need for "two drinks" every night, he never drinks "on the job" again.

We are led through very well written and well portrayed personal depths of the Jesse Stone character as more human than super-cop. Part of the viewer's journey, besides watching Jesse catch the killer, is following Jesse Stone's own struggle with alcohol. Did he begin drinking because of his divorce or did he get divorced because he drinks? Even he never figures it out. 

With repeat appearances of top actors like William Devane (playing his personal psychiatrist); Kathy Baker, William Sadler, Kerri Smith, Stephen McHattie and Kohl Sudduth. The Jesse Stone is a Collection worth having and worth watching again and again.