- Rated: Not Rated
- Run Time: 6 hours, 4 minutes
- Video: Color
- Encoding: Region 1 (USA & Canada)
- Released: January 17, 2006
- Originally Released: 2006
- Label: Starlight/Hearst Entertainment
- Aspect Ratio: Full Frame - 1.33
Performers, Cast and Crew:
VIDEO VOYEUR: THE SUSAN WILSON STORY: A Louisiana housewife, Susan Wilson, became an activist upon learning of the secret activities of her next-door neighbor. Wilson spotted her neighbor so often that she began to think he was spying on her. Breaking into his home, she found piles of videotapes, all of herself. The tapes included footage of her making love with her husband, caught in the shower, and other intimate moments. Wilson searched her own home to discover electrical devices and cameras planted throughout the house. Presenting the authorities with the information, Susan Wilson finds that video voyeurism is not a crime. Wilson then worked hard to bring legislation against her peeping Tom neighbor. Angie Harmon plays Wilson in this Lifetime original movie, one of the most popular in the network's history. Harmon would eventually join the real life Susan Wilson in proposing peeping Tom video legislation.
ANOTHER WOMAN'S HUSBAND: After being witness to her brother's drowning death, Laurel decides, 25 years later, that she is going to get over her fear of the water by taking swimming lessons. Susan is the swimming instructor Laurel goes to for help, and as time passes, the two women form a close friendship that reaches beyond just teacher/student. Unfortunately, their friendship is put to the test after they come to realize that they're in a relationship with the same man.
SEX & MRS. X: After losing her husband to a younger woman, a New York journalist is given the assignment to cover the story of an infamous madam in Paris. The tables turn and she unintentionally ends up being "interviewed" by the madam, which helps her gain a fresh new perspective on life and on her future.
LIP SERVICE: Roger Deacon (Peter Outerbridge) may be on his last legs in the music business, but he still knows star power when he sees it. Sunni (Kari Wuhrer) blinds him with her stage presence and sexy appearance, but she doesn't have the voice to put over the songs Deacon intended to produce for her. Good fortune comes his way in the vocal chords of a housewife (Gail O'Grady) who offers to "Milli Vanilli" Sunni's album. When the album becomes a hit, the dubbing of Sunni's album becomes harder to hide from both the news media and the fans.
Description by Starlight Home Entertainment:
Movies for the Desperate Housewife. This 4-Pack DVD collection features Video Voyeur: The Susan Wilson Story, Another Woman's Husband, Lip Service, and Sex & Mrs. X.