Pushing Daisies

Pushing Daisies

The Complete First Season

DVD - 2008 | Widescreen.
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Ned is a lonely pie maker whose touch can reanimate the dead, but there's a hitch. If Ned touches the person again, the miracle is reversed. If he doesn't, a bystander dies instead. Ned teams with a private eye to bring murder victims back just long enough to discover whodunit and collect the rewards. Things go well until Ned's boyhood sweetheart is the next dear departed, and he can't resist bringing her back for keeps!
Publisher: Burbank, CA : Warner Home Video, [2008]
Edition: Widescreen.
Copyright Date: ©2007
ISBN: 9781419870675
Branch Call Number: PUSHI
Characteristics: 3 videodiscs (383 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 insert
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d2013 Jul 01, 2018

Fun to watch and entertaining!

Taylor_OPL Mar 30, 2010

This is my absolute favorite show on television! It`s too bad that it`s cancelled, itsn`t it? My favorite caracter is Olive Snook and I always really loved Kristin Chenoweth! All the episodes are fantastic! I can't wait for the comic book series to come!

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d2013 Jul 01, 2018

Fun to watch and entertaining!

samcmar Nov 13, 2017

One of my favourites! This show was cancelled way too soon, but it is just such a funny, sweet, quirky little show. The characters are darling, there's a lot of famous faces. Just a fun show if you want something light to watch!

LPL_FisherA Apr 01, 2017

What can I say that hasn't already been said about this quirky and vibrant series from the incredible and talented Bryan Fuller. This whimsical fairy tale follows a pie maker named Ned who discovers he can bring people back to life with a single touch. This is less of a gift and more of a curse because if he fails to touch them again within 60 seconds, someone else dies in their place, or if he ever touches the reanimated person again, they will go back to their deceased state. I love everyone in the cast (especially Lee Pace and Kristin Chenoweth), the CGI-centric cinematography that perfectly fits the tone of the series, and the fun character dynamics that unfold on screen. There is always something in the show that will make you laugh or smile even when it ventures into morbid territory. Seriously, this is one of the best shows on television. My only complaint is that it was cancelled way too soon.

Jan 17, 2017

Great, underrated TV show.

LPL_KimberlyL Jan 11, 2017

A whimsical and magical series about a pie-maker named Ned, who can bring people back from the dead with just the touch of his finger. Thanks to his mysterious gift (or curse?), he moonlights as a private detective with his partner, Emerson Cod, where the two solve murders (it's easy to find out who done it, when you can just ask the dead body). Olive Snook, played by the charming and talent Kristen Chenoweth, plays the hopelessly-in-love employee at The Pie Hole, who would do anything to make Ned notice her... That is, until Ned discovers his childhood sweetheart has been murdered, and decides to bring her back to life (for good). The premise is odd, yet delightful--full of colorful images, superb acting, quippy dialogue, and one-of-a-kind situations. By far, my favorite television show of all time!

Mar 11, 2014

something original! i was pleasently shocked

hania4987 Dec 14, 2013

unique ... quirky ... funny ... a little macabre ... if you enjoy Gorey and Addams you will love this story. This is such a joy and well-executed gem!

Sep 26, 2012

unusual, colorful, well done.

Apr 14, 2012

i liked it but it leaves you with a taste of bubblegum: little bit to sweet and plastic

Jan 20, 2012

Interesting story premise well delivered in vivid colour and great acting. Very entertaining.

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