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The Complete West Wing: Seasons 1-7 (44 Disc Box Set) [DVD]

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  • Actors: Martin Sheen, Rob Lowe
  • Directors: Jason Ensler
  • Format: Box set, PAL
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 44
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: 6 Nov. 2006
  • Run Time: 6720 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (483 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000I8OC08
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 16,544 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Product Description

Box set containing all seven seasons of the hugely popular political drama series. Episodes from season one are: 'Pilot', 'Post Hoc, Ergo Propter Hoc', 'A Proportional Response', 'Five Votes Down', 'The Crackpots and These Women', 'Mr Willis of Ohio', 'The State Dinner', 'Enemies', 'The Short List', 'In Excelsis Deo', 'Lord John Marbury', 'He Shall, from Time to Time', 'Take Out the Trash Day', 'Take This Sabbath Day', 'Celestial Navigation', '20 Hours in LA', 'The White House Pro-Am', 'Six Meetings Before Lunch', 'Let Bartlet be Bartlet', 'Mandatory Minimums', 'Lies, Damn Lies and Statistics' and 'What Kind of Day Has It Been?'. Season two - 'In the Shadow of Two Gunmen: Parts 1 and 2', 'The Midterms', 'In This Whitehouse', 'And It's Surely to Their Credit', 'The Lame Duck Congress', 'The Portland Trip', 'Shibboleth', 'Galileo', 'Noel', 'The Leadership Breakfast', 'The Drop In', 'Bartlet's Third State of the Union', 'The War at Home', 'Ellie', 'Someone's Going to Emergency, Someone's Going to Jail', 'The Stackhouse Filibuster', '17 People', 'Bad Moon Rising', 'The Fall's Gonna Kill You', '18th and Potomac' and 'Two Cathedrals'. Season three - 'Manchester (Parts 1 and 2)', 'Ways and Means', 'On the Day Before', 'War Crimes', 'Gone Quiet', 'The Indians in the Lobby', 'The Women of Qumar', 'Bartlet For America', 'H. Con-172', '100,000 Airplanes', 'The Two Bartlets', 'Night Five', 'Hartsfield's Landing', 'Dead Irish Writers', 'The US Poet Laureate', 'Stirred', 'Enemies, Foreign and Domestic', 'The Black Vera Wang', 'We Killed Yamamoto' and 'Posse Comitatus'. Season four - '20 Hours in America', 'College Kids', 'The Red Mass', 'Debate Camp', 'Game On', 'Election Night', 'Process Stories', 'Swiss Diplomacy', 'Arctic Radar', 'Holy Night', 'Guns Not Butter', 'The Long Goodbye', 'Inauguration', 'The California 47th', 'Red Haven's on Fire', 'Privateers', 'Angel Maintenance', 'Evidence of Things Not Seen', 'Life on Mars', 'Commencement' and '25'. Season five - '7A WF 83429', 'The Dogs of War', 'Jefferson Lives', 'Han', 'Constituency of One', 'Disaster Relief', 'Separation of Powers', 'Shutdown', 'Abu el Banat', 'The Stormy Present', 'The Benign Prerogative', 'Slow News Day', 'The Warfare of Genghis Khan', 'An Khe', 'Full Disclosure', 'Eppur Si Muove', 'The Supremes', 'Access', 'Talking Points', 'No Exit', 'Gaza' and 'Memorial Day'. Season six - 'NSF Thurmont', 'The Birnam Wood', 'Third-Day Story', 'Liftoff', 'The Hubbert Peak', 'The Dover Test', 'A Change Is Gonna Come', 'In The Room', 'Impact Winter', 'Faith Based Initiative', 'Opposition Research', '365 Days', 'King Corn', 'The Wake Up Call', 'Freedonia', 'Drought Conditions', 'A Good Day', 'La Palabra', 'Ninety Miles Away', 'In God We Trust', 'Things Fall Apart' and '2162 Votes'. Season seven - 'The Ticket', 'The Mommy Problem', 'Message of the Week', 'Mr. Frost', 'Here Today', 'The Al Smith Dinner', 'The Debate', 'Undecideds', 'The Wedding', 'Running Mates', 'Internal Displacement', 'Duck and Cover', 'The Cold', 'Two Weeks Out', 'Welcome yo Wherever You Are', 'Election Day (Part 1)', 'Election Day (Part 2)', 'Requiem', 'Transition', 'The Last Hurrah', 'Institutional Memory' and 'Tomorrow'.

Synopsis

The West Wing ventured where no other TV series had gone before: an extraordinarily intimate look at an American President and the inner workings of the White House. Experience all the crises, triumphs, lofty idealism and hard realities of the acclaimed series in this complete seven-season DVD set. Here, on 45 discs, are all 154 episodes of the series that won 26 Emmys, including 4 for Outstanding Drama Series. Hail to chief - and to the creators and stars of this ground-breaking series. Also Included: Pilot Script with Foreword from Series Creator Aaron Sorkin. Hours of Special Feature: Over 20 Commentaries Over 20 Behind-the-Scenes Featurettes Unaired Scenes,Gag Reels and More --This text refers to an alternate DVD edition.

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5 stars

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298 of 305 people found the following review helpful By m.bison on 25 Nov. 2006
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If you are new to The West Wing, I cannot tell you how good it is. I remember when I bought the Season 1 box set a number of years ago. At the time, I had no interest whatsoever in politics and I was merely going on a handful of recommendations. I had no idea that I would be buying not only the best TV show ever created, but also the best piece of entertainment ever created in ANY format.

First and foremost, the writing is of the absolute highest quality. The only thing that comes close to the intelligent and often hilarious writing is Aaron Sorkin's (creator of the show) other work, i.e. A Few Good Men, The American President (which is like a condensed, movie-version of the show). Sorkin wrote nearly every episode of Season 1-4 and I think he is the closest thing we have to a modern day Shakespeare. The fast paced, overlapping dialogue that he penned is simply sublime, as brilliantly crafted, heavyweight characters spar with each other over colossal issues that impact millions of people or over the day-to-day banality of working in the office (albeit the most important one in the world). Sorkin has taken the senior staff of a White House Administration and created a unique and endearing character for each position. The pitch perfect casting of these characters is the second thing that makes the show so special.

I can praise the standard of writing or the exceptional acting forever, but perhaps the biggest compliment I can pay is to reveal how inspirational this show has been for me. Before I bought The West Wing, I was languishing in my final year at University, simply going through the motions of trying to briefly memorise facts and figures for exams. After watching this show, I developed a thirst for knowledge and a desire to become more dynamic.
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99 of 101 people found the following review helpful By Bingo Bob on 24 May 2007
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I didn't actually see The West Wing when it was first broadcast on TV and I bought this box set after having only seen the first two seasons (which I rented on DVD). Four months on, I've now watched the whole thing and I have to say it was worth every penny.

As has been suggested in other reviews, the first four seasons (written by Aaron Sorkin) stand out as the best but that doesn't mean there is a nosedive in quality once you hit Season 5. Certainly the show does change direction but I think it's realistic to expect that in any long-running series.

There are so many things to admire about The West Wing and previous reviewers have described the series much better than I can - in fact they convinced me to buy it! I can only agree with everything they've said. A brilliant ensemble cast, intelligent scriptwriting, thought-provoking storylines and a mind-boggling array of famous guest stars all combine to make this a truly outstanding TV programme. It's impossible to give it anything other than 5 stars.

Fantastic stuff!
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153 of 158 people found the following review helpful By Martin Talbot on 10 Nov. 2006
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I sold all of my individual sets to buy this overview of every episode of the greatest TV show ever made, and I am not regretting it for a second.

Any box set bringing together seasons of the West Wing has an excellent starting point. And this new set does its subject matter proud, improving on the individual season sets in a number of ways.

For a start, it offers five hours of pretty excellent extras - documentaries, bloopers, deleted scenes, among other things. It is a shame there are no cast or production commentaries on any of the episodes, but the extras are all fine in themselves.

The previous packaging for the season-by-season sets - the card-based, expanding boxes, which show wear and tear and are darned unwieldy to open - have been replaced by slimline DVD cases, holding two discs each, all packaged within season-by-season slip cases.

The whole thing is packaged in an elegant, exceptionally compact box, which you would never guess holds more than 150 episodes of the best television money can buy.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Angelfish on 27 Feb. 2011
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This is a beautifully packaged set. The inclusion of the booklet outlining all the episodes is a great idea since the early seasons don't use the episode titles on the disc menus. I agree with other reviewers that the quality and format of the picture leaves something to be desired for some of the seasons, but I found that it really didn't bother me too much - the stories and characterisations carry you along so well that this can be forgiven. My only problem with the set was that having worked my way through it from the beginning over the course of 5 months, I came to Season 6 only to find that I did not have Disc 1 episodes 1-4, but had instead been blessed with 2 discs of episodes 5-8! I was lucky in that when I contacted the seller they very kindly found and sent me a copy of the missing disc - and this was 5 months after they had sold me the set, so I'm not sure that they were obliged to do so. I strongly recommend therefore that anyone who buys this should check their set carefully on arrival to make sure they really do have the Complete Season 1-7!
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75 of 78 people found the following review helpful By Uenna TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 27 Sept. 2009
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This new set is really ultra sleek and slim packaged. Still the same west wing and to my mind needs no introduction. Engaging, witty and entertaining - arguably the best political drama ever made. In seven seasons of fast paced, quirky and original white house drama you will meet president Bartlett and his team and gain an insight into the running of the white house and the American political system.

There is no difference between this and the old boxset in DVD content and content of the special features dvd, but while the old box set has each season's six discs in three individual dvd cases, making it two discs in one case, the new slim boxset has all six discs in one multi dvd case with trays. The only downside of this is that the plastic holding the trays can sometimes get damaged but with care this should not happen. I love this new set for the slim packaging, compactness and convenience for travelling, but the old boxset has its merits too. This one also has a complete season 1-7 booklet with pictures and episode guide. You can't go wrong with this DVD boxset.
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