- Actores: Fran Drescher, Madeline Zima, Benjamin Salisbury, Renee Taylor, Charles Shaughnessy
- Directores: Randy Bennett, Lee Shalla
- Formato: PAL, Subtitulado
- Audio: Alemán (Dolby Digital 5.1), Inglés (Dolby Digital 5.1), Francés (Dolby Digital 5.1), Castellano (Dolby Digital 5.1)
- Subtítulos: Castellano, Portugués, Inglés, Árabe, Holandés, Francés, Alemán, Griego, Turco
- Región: Región 2 (Más información sobre Formatos de DVD.)
- Relación de aspecto: 1.33:1
- Número de discos: 1
- Calificación española (ICAA): Apta para todos los públicos
- Estudio: Sony Pictures Home Entertaiment
- Fecha de lanzamiento: 19 jul 2005
- Duración: 562 minutos
- Valoración media de los clientes: 4.3 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Ver todas las opiniones (3 opiniones de clientes)
- ASIN: B0053C8LDS
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº29.895 en Cine y Series TV (Ver el Top 100 en Cine y Series TV)
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La niñera (1ª temporada) [DVD]
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Fran Fine (Fran Drescher) es una joben espabilada que no pasa por su mejor momento; recién despedida de su trabajo, como consultora nupcial en la tienda de su novio, aparece ante la puerta de un productor de Broadway llamado Maxwell Sheffield para vender cosméticos, donde, sin mediar palabra, la contratan como La Niñera de sus tres hijos. Es así como Fran, capaz de volver loco a cualquiera, consigue que la aburrida familia Sheffield recupere el buen humor. Una disparatada serie donde nada es como debería ser..
Disco 1. Comentarios con Fran Drescher: Episodio piloto, amigo imaginario
Disco 3. Comentarios con Fran Drescher: No te recuerdo, mamá.
Documental cómo se hizo el rodaje de "La niñera"
Traileres promocionales de: Embrujada (la Serie de TV) y Dawson Crece.
Fran Fine (Fran Drescher), Una Joven Judía Del Barrio De Queens De Nueva York, Al Ser Despedida De La Tienda Donde Trabajaba Junto A Su Ex Novio, Encuentra Un Empleo Como Canguro En Casa De Maxwell Sheffield (Charles Shaughnessy), Un Millonario Productor De Broadway Que Vive Solo Con Sus Tres Hijos. Fran Vive Una Vida Llena De Sorpresas En La Que Trata De Enamorar Al Padre De Los Niños Que Cuida.
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This season includes the hilarious imaginary friend episode, the cemetery plot episode, and the episode in which Mr. Sheffield's entire family gets stuck at the home of Fran's working-class family during a snowstorm.
Buy this first season DVD today, and welcome Fran, the Sheffieldsn, Niles the butler, and C.C. the cutthroat business associate into your home--you won't regret it!
Fran Fine is fired from her job at a bridal boutique after her boyfriend (the owner) dumps her. So Fran takes a job selling make-up door to door, where she stumbles across the home of Maxwell Sheffield, the "famous" Broadway producer. Maxwell is desparately trying to find a nanny, and after a hesitant start, he decides to test Fran out as the answer to his problems.
1.2: "Smoke Gets in Your Lies"
Fran talks about her rebellious high school days, and Brighton reads that as a green light to try smoking. So Fran tries to redeem herself by showing Brighton a real life example of a smoker: her chain-smoking Grandma Yetta.
1.3: "My Fair Nanny"
Fran gets etiquette lessons from Niles and Maxwell so she can hold a mother-daughter tea for Maggie.
1.4: "The Nuchslep"
Tensions arise after Fran chaperones Maggie on a date and the young man (Jimmy Marsden) seems to be more interested in Fran.
1.5: "Here Comes the Brood"
C.C. takes the children to the zoo, but when the whole affair is a dismal failure, she tells the children that Fran only spends time with them because she is paid to. So Grace runs away to find Nanny Fine at her parents' house, and ends up at the wedding of a friend of the Fine's.
1.6: "The Butler, the Husband, the Wife and Her Mother"
Niles is worried because the Butler's association is coming to evaluate him. Meanwhile, Fran's mother tells some friends that Fran is married to Maxwell. When one thing leads to another, Fran is impersonating the lady of the house, Niles is impersonating her husband "Maxwell", and Maxwell is impersonating Niles!
1.7: "Imaginary Friend"
Fran is in big trouble when she accidently eats Grace's imaginary friend, prompting a scolding from Maxwell, and a trip to the shrink for Grace, Maxwell and Fran.
1.8: "Christmas Episode"
Fran spends her first Christmas at the Sheffields, but she is appalled when she finds out that Maxwell hires a professional "gift buyer" to get the children's gifts.
1.9: "Personal Business"
Fran figures she only has one life to live, so she agrees to help Maxwell close a casting deal by dating a young and restless soap-opera star.
1.10: "The Nanny-In-Law"
When Maxwell's childhood nanny (Chloris Leachman) visits, she is appalled by Fran's unique child care methods.
1.11: "A Plot for Nanny"
Fran's mother has a surprise gift for her: a cemetary plot. And it's not exactly a grave undertaking for Fran when she begins dating the gorgeous funeral director (Matt McCoy).
1.12: "The Show Must Go On"
The spotlight is on Fran when Maxwell volunteers her to direct Grace's school production, but he soon takes over.
1.13: "Maggie the Model"
Maxwell's supermodel old flame (Lesley-Anne Down) returns, prompting Maggie to try to become a model.
1.14: "The Family Plumbing"
Fran's doddering Uncle Irving shows up to fix the plumbing, and he's asssisted by Fran's young cousin Tiffany, whom Fran catches kissing Brighton!
1.15: "Deep Throat"
Fran is the one who requires TLC when she has to have her tonsils removed.
1.16: "Schlepped Away"
It's the Holidays, and the Sheffields are heading off to the tropics. All seems to be going well, until everyone gets snowed in at Fran's parents' house, including all of the Sheffields, Niles, and C.C.
1.17: "Stop the Wedding, I Want to Get Off"
Maxwell's sister (Twiggy Lawson) visits New York to get married, but it doesn't take Fran long to figure out that Maxwell's sister only has eyes for her chauffeur.
1.18: "Sunday in the Park with Fran"
When Grace is getting bullied by the son of an influencial theater critic, C.C. convinces Maxwell that Grace should invite the child over. But when the boy is a beast, and Fran hits him with a bagette, it's all Maxwell can do to convince the critic that no harm was done.
1.19: "The Gym Teacher"
Maggie's has a new gym teacher (Rita Moreno): the same tough-as-a-drill- sergeant gym teacher who terrorized Fran in high school.
1.20: "Ode to Barbara Joan (a.k.a. Daddy Dearest)"
C.C.'s dad (Robert Culp) is in town, but he and C.C. don't get along, so when he has tickets to a Streisand concert, he invites Fran instead!
1.21: "Frannie's Choice"
Danny, the guy who originally dumpted Fran, gets dumped by his girlfreind, so he proposes to Fran, who says yes. But no one is happy about this, including Niles, her mother or the Sheffield family, and Fran is left to decide whether leaving the Sheffields is the right thing to do.
1.22: "I Don't Remember Mama"
Fran encourages Maxwell to abandon his attempt to take the kids' minds off Mother's Day, so he takes them to the country club, where Fran promptly enters herself and Grace in a "Mother-Daughter Beauty Pagent".
Case: GREAT, easy to remove DVDs. All cases should be like this. Single-sided disks mean less problems for kids (and adults too) to handle.
Episodes: seem to be uncut and roughly 25 minutes long. Each one that I have seen (1-10) is so well done and original.
Extras: they are there. The commentary is also nice. HOWEVER, I wish that there were ENGLISH SUBTITLES as only Spanish and French are available. Please provide ENGLISH SUBTITLES that allow people with hearing impairments to enjoy the series AND also for NON-NATIVE speakers to learn.
Overall, this series is VERY NICE for the entire family. Highly recommended and the price ($20) is right.
The show suffers from the problem all shows have, working through the first couple of episodes--introducing characters and plot, finding its voice. But it is a very quick affliction. By episode three or so, the show was great. I found myself laughing out loud. The writing is wonderful, and the cast has good chemistry.
I am pleased to see this show on DVD, and am back to pick up the second season.