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  • Actors: James Gandolfini, Lorraine Bracco, Edie Falco
  • Format: Import, Blu-ray, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Latin Spanish, French, German, Castilian, Dutch, Danish, Finnish, Norwegian, Swedish
  • Dubbed: Latin Spanish, French, German, Castilian
  • Subtitles For The Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: All Regions (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 28
  • Classification: 18
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: 8 Sept. 2014
  • Run Time: 4300 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (699 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00K0OZ3Y4
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 157 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

Product Description

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Fifteen years after making its revolutionary debut and radically altering the TV landscape, fans of the legendary HBO series The Sopranos can now experience the show like never before as all 86 episodes of the beloved Emmy-, Golden Globe- and Peabody Award-winning series are available for the first time in Blu-ray. With 28 Blu-ray discs packaged in an elegant box set featuring iconic artwork from the series, The Sopranos: The Complete Series Blu-ray is an essential addition to any home entertainment collection.

The Sopranos: The Complete Series Blu-ray set is loaded with more than five hours of bonus material including a new and exclusive feature exploring how The Sopranos came to be and how it transformed the television landscape. "Defining a Television Landmark," which runs approximately 45 minutes, features all-new interviews with cast, crew, celebrities, filmmakers and academics--including series creator David Chase, star James Gandolfini, Academy Award winning director Steven Soderbergh, Emmy Award winner Jeff Daniels and Golden Globe winner Steve Buscemi--discussing the impact and influence of the groundbreaking series, with brand new archival footage. Additional bonus material includes lost scenes, two round table dinners with cast and crew, 25 audio commentaries and much more.

Extra Content

Season 1
A. Audio Commentary with Creator/Writer/Director David Chase and Peter Bogdanovich
B. David Chase Interview (77:30)
C. Featurette #1 "Family Life" (4:12)
D. Featurette #2 "Meet Tony Soprano" (3:30)

Season 2
A. Audio Commentary with Director Tim Van Patten
B. Audio Commentary with Director Henry J. Bronchtein and Producer Ilene Landress
C. Audio Commentary with Director Allen Coulter and Producer Ilene Landress
D. Audio Commentary with Director John Patterson
E. Behind-the-Scenes Featurette: "The Real Deal"  (04:51)
F. Behind-the-Scenes Featurette: "A Sit-Down with The Sopranos"  (13:36)

Season 3
A. Audio Commentary with Writer/Cast Member Michael Imperioli
B. Audio Commentary with Director Steve Buscemi
C. Audio Commentary with Series Creator/Writer David Chase
D. Behind-the-Scenes Featurette w/host Karen Duffy (3:46)

Season 4
A. Audio Commentary with Writer Terence Winter
B. Audio Commentary with Writer/Cast Member Michael Imperioli
C. Audio Commentary with Writers Robin Green and Mitchell Burgess
D. Audio Commentary with Series Creator/Writer David Chase

Season 5
A. Audio Commentary with Director Rodrigo Garcia
B. Audio Commentary with Director Peter Bogdanovich
C. Audio Commentary with Director Steve Buscemi
D. Audio Commentary with Director Mike Figgis
E. Audio Commentary with Cast Member Drea de Mattteo

Season 6A
A. Audio Commentary with Cast Members Edie Falco, Robert Iler and Jamie-Lynn Sigler
B. Audio Commentary with Writer Matthew Weiner
C. Audio Commentary with Writer Terence Winter and Cast Members Michael Imperioli and Tony Sirico
D. Audio Commentary with Series Creator/Writer David Chase

Season 6B
A. Audio Commentary with Cast Member Steven R. Schirripa
B. Audio Commentary with Cast Member Dominic Chianese
C. Audio Commentary with Cast Member Robert Iler
D. Audio Commentary with Cast Members Stevie Van Zandt and Arthur Nascarella
E. Making Cleaver (7:50)
F. The Music of the Sopranos  (16:28)

Sopranos Extra Content Bonus Disc
A. Supper with The Sopranos Part I (36:50)
B. Supper with The Sopranos Part II (38:02)
C. Lost Scenes (Season 1, Episode 1): Tony and Dr. Melfi discuss Gotti, Guiliani and his Mother (01:33)
D. Lost Scenes (Season 2, Episode 1): Meadow asks Carmela about Tony's feud with his mother. Carmela and Meadow go to see Livia in the hospital and are greeted by Janice and a bodyguard, etc. (04:07)
E. Lost Scenes (Season 2, Episode 1): Pussy, Silvio, Paulie and the guys discuss Tony's relationshiop with his mother. (01:02)
F. Lost Scenes (Season 3, Episode 10): Pussy is cornered in a heroin bust. (02:17)
G. Lost Scenes (Season 4, Episode 3): Tony and Melfi discuss prejudice against Italians.  (01:59)
H. Lost Scenes (Season 5, Episode 3): Paulie calls Tony to ask for a meeting. They meet and Paulie asks for a sit-down with Feech.  (02:24)
I. Lost Scenes (Season 6A, Episode 1): Junior is paranoid about a car parked on the street. (00:36)
J. Lost Scenes (Season 6A, Episode 8): Tony tells Vito it's safe to come home.  (02:22)
K. Lost Scenes (Season 6A, Episode 11): Phil stops by to visit Vito's house and check the place out.  (01:45)
L. Lost Scenes (Season 6B, Episode 1): Tony and Bobby play with fireworks. Janice asks where her hat is.  (00:47)
M. Alec Baldwin Interviews David Chase: "Cut to the Chase"  (21:13)
N. Alec Baldwin Interviews David Chase: "Anatomy of the Mob"  (22:02)
O. Lost Scenes (Season 2, Episode 2): Janice tells Livia she's not going to be defeated that easily.  (01:51)
P. Lost Scenes (Season 2, Episode 6): Tony rants to his family about Richie being at the funeral.  (00:51)
Q. Defining A Television Landmark  (45:29)


A flat-out treasure trove of television, The Sopranos Complete HBO Seasons 1-6 box set brings together every episode of a genuinely extraordinary series. Those that call it quite possibly the best show America has produced in the last decade aren’t far wide of the mark (although fans of The Wire could have an argument there).

To think The Sopranos all started from a simple sell: that a New Jersey mob boss falls into depression, and seeks out counselling to help him cope. And while early episodes followed Tony Soprano’s balancing act as he sought to keep this from his mobster friends, The Sopranos took this foundation and built upon it a collection of layered, intriguing characters from both Tony’s ‘work’ and ‘home’ families.

That’s only part of the reason for The Sopranos’ extraordinary success, though. Because the writers then seeded many delightfully intricate plotlines, that seemed to seamlessly weave between one another. The end result was that every character was important, and--crucially--there was a real sense of unease, as fans began to realise that The Sopranos could have a quiet run of episodes, and then suddenly take out a character you’ve spent hours engaged with.

It’s a fascinating cocktail. Ruthless yet emotional, violent yet intimate, brash yet insecure, the characters of The Sopranos are as three dimensional as television drama gets. It’s a tragedy it’s finished, but the six series in this box offer a stunning legacy, and a masterclass to anyone else in the planet looking to make a character-driven drama. --Simon Brew --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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218 of 224 people found the following review helpful By P. Foster on 23 Jan. 2009
Format: DVD
There is no question that The Sopranos achieved an astounding milestone in television history. Every episode has the aura of a feature-length film, from the inter-weaving plots and interesting character arcs to the flawless wide-angle camera work.

The Sopranos rises above great television to become great art because the characters, plots, even the beautifully shot scenes of the not-so-beautiful New Jersey, become embedded in your mind. Once you're hooked, you cannot go one day without thinking about the Soprano universe and exactly what is going to happen next.

When it comes to the characters, don't be mislead: these are horrible, ruthless people who, when all is said and done, are always thinking about themselves.'ll like them. You'll cheer at the screen when Tony Soprano gets one over on an enemy or the Feds; you'll laugh your socks off when Silvio impersonates Michael Corleone. This is the genius of the series - here are mobsters who fight, steal and kill for a living, yet they go to PTA meetings, worry about the mortgage, put on a smile when they meet their children's friends.

The 18-rated themes of violence, sex and corruption are dealt with carefully and realistically. There are no stylised depictions of mob life - it is made clear that people fight back when someone tries to kill them, drugs and alcohol ruin lives and hardly anybody, when push comes to shove, actually likes what they sometimes have to do. The side-by-side rendering of domestic and mob life makes The Sopranos the most believable Mafia story ever committed to screen. Yes, even more so than Goodfellas of the Godfather.

The cast do the writing every inch of justice - James Gandolfini dominates every scene that Tony Soprano is in: even his breathing chews the speakers and reminds the viewer who is in charge.

Quite simply, no review can fully describe how ground-breaking, addictive and joyous The Sopranos is. Buy it, watch it and re-watch it.
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169 of 183 people found the following review helpful By O. Morad on 29 Oct. 2009
Format: DVD
I can't add anything new to all the praise that's been handed upon this show apart from saying that it's all deserved. Instead I'm going to talk specifically about this DVD set.

The content:
In case you were confused about which box set to get - this one is the full series over 28 discs which include all of the special features in the individual seasons.

The Packaging:
All 6 seasons are presented in 7 individual amery cases in the lovely black box - an apparent improvement over the "deluxe box set" but I'll come back to that later.

Versus the Deluxe Box Set:
There is also a deluxe box set out with 2 extra discs of extra features which are NOT included in this box set but it's composed out of a cardboard digipack case which is easier to damage and the housing for the discs leaves them open to lots of scratches.

It's also about £60 more expensive and the extra features don't seem good enough to warrant that price tag - even for a Sopranos purist.

In terms of value and packaging - I'd definitely recommend you go for this box set over the deluxe one - especially at the prices it's going for now but if you really want to see those extra features - here is the link for the other box set -
The Sopranos - Complete HBO Season 1-6 - Deluxe Edition [DVD] [1999]
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49 of 54 people found the following review helpful By Tristan Martin VINE VOICE on 27 Nov. 2007
Format: DVD
New Jersey mafia drama, The Sopranos, has been deluged with praise. Anyone approaching this for the first time might be expecting to have their expectations unrealistically raised - The New York Times called it possibly the finest piece of American television "in the last twenty years." However, this modern classic fully deserves every plaudit that has been laid at its door. The Sopranos is in the same rich vein of epic Italian-American storytelling as both The Godfather and Goodfellas, two classics of cinema; The Sopranos is easily a modern contemporary that can proudly take its place in the same pantheon.

The initial conceit of The Sopranos, as envisaged by creator David Chase, is that Tony Soprano, family man and Family man, is indulging in that quintessential middle class American crutch - psychotherapy. This calculating, cynical, mid-level mafia boss, is plagued by feelings of doubt and lack of self-esteem, `issues' that were inculcated in childhood and that have now blossomed in to full blown neuroses; these psychological problems are now starting to diffuse into both his personal relations with his family and his `business' decisions within organised crime.

The second conceit, one that is mostly played for laughs, is that the mobsters in The Sopranos are not only aware of films like The Godfather, they positively revel in their cinematic ancestry: mobster Silvio Dante repeatedly does terrible impressions of Al Pacino (from The Godfather Part III), other mobsters misquote or discuss various films and their similarities to the events that are happening around them; other scenes are based on sequences from Goodfellas et al but given an ironic twist.
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46 of 51 people found the following review helpful By Marty Gillis on 13 Sept. 2014
Format: Blu-ray
For all of you who have wondered whether or not Season One of The Sopranos on Blu Ray would be remastered, the wait is OVER! I am here to tell you that Season One has never looked better. Not even during the original broadcast. It has been cleaned up and restored, ditching all that noise and overt amounts of grain in favor of a highly detailed and simply breathtaking version that is as sharp as it is colorful. All the beautiful high contrast scenes are rendered almost flawlessly with black levels that dig deep and shadow detail aplenty. Images and colors pop right off the screen and motion has never looked as good.

This time Season One got the AVC treatment with DTS HD Master Audio 5.1 and it looks and sounds fantastic... Season one has always been a bit problematic, video wise, but it truly shines on this set. Although the excessive noise and grain have been cleaned up, the fine detail remains.

AVC w/1080p 24 all the way on this one. Very high bit rates are provided, frequently topping off past 33 mbps. It's a textbook example of how to do home video on Blu Ray correctly. Hats off to the engineers who worked on this. Its fabulous.

Needless to say, I found the same level of quality in both picture and sound as the series progressed. I took random samplings of each season and viewed them on my LG OLED 9300 w/video output from an Oppo BDP-95. The results are absolutely stunning. HBO did not cheap out on us. They went the full route here. Excellent revised menus, great disc authoring , high quality packaging and robust media.

Sound is DTS-HD Master audio 5.1 all the way. Sounds fantastic. There is nothing bad to say about the mix and the production sound was always high quality. We get it presented to us in lossless 5.1 and it is excellent!
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