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NYPD Blue - Season 4 [DVD] [1996]

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  • Actors: Dennis Franz, Gordon Clapp, Jimmy Smits, Sharon Lawrence, James McDaniel
  • Directors: Gregory Hoblit, Michael M. Robin, Mark Tinker, Daniel Sackheim, Dennis Dugan
  • Format: PAL, Colour, Full Screen, Dolby, Digital Sound
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Subtitles For The Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 4:3 - 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 6
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: Twentieth Century Fox
  • DVD Release Date: 14 Aug. 2006
  • Run Time: 958 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (31 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000FOPO98
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 41,946 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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The fourth, compelling season of TV uberproducer Steven Bochco's NYPD Blue.

It was the groundbreaking series that broke all the rules and triggered what may be the biggest mutiny in TV history when some of the station affiliates refused to carry the show. Some viewers also complained, but the majority loved what was being touted as TV's first R-rated series. NYPD Blue has garnered an amazing 86 Emmy Award nominations and 21 wins. So if you missed all the excitement back then, don't miss it now! Take a ride back and join the cops of the 15th Precinct.

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By Friarofdoom TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 2 Sept. 2006
NYPD blue is one of just a few shows that manage to stand the test of time. Unhindered by changing fashions, well crafted plots that stretch character arcs not just across episodes but across entire series all brought together by top class acting, this is a show to be returned to with relish and that once bought can be enjoyed again and again.

In season 4 the main people continue to develop, Sipowiscz's defective detective remains grumpy and yet likeable, a fine portrait of a man fighting a losing battle with his own imperfections. His partner Simone remains his complete opposite, easy going and charming and patient.

The chief, (lt. Fancy), struggles to keep a fair balance, the female detectives are fighting for their share of the spoils and poor old Greg remains the resident schmuck,( in this series what he thinks is a promising friendship turns itself on its head and finds him being used),.

The stories are interesting and uncompromising, the attack on a colleague, a detective with 2 wives, spying on the mob, and of course all sorts of murders are intertwined with everybodies lives.

Series 4 is a standout from the previous 3,(all 5 star and superb), because of the finale which while utterly gripping is just so sad, and illustrates so well just how NYPD blue is still the standard set for all cop shows. Sorrow, anger and helplessness are displayed by everyone involved in a completely believable fashion.

I agree with the other reviewers that this is a region 2 con as it is overpriced and slow in getting here for no good reason. so enter region 1 and buy yourself the far more reasonable US version from Amazon and enjoy one of the most complete and well produced television shows ever produced.

This is not a season to leave you with a smile on your face, the total opposite in fact, but thats reality isn't it?
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I am convinced that this is the best police drama around and also one of the finest shows on TV. Period. Unfortunately it has now been relegated to an abscure time slot on E4. So treat yourself and buy the box sets. I have Seasons 1-4 so far and they are all worth the money. If you like your drama real then I doubt you will be disappointed. The characters all have their own personalities but they also have what we all have.....little foibles, secrets and flaws. And this makes them seem so much more real and helps you empathise with them. For me it's great stories that don't rely on special effects and multiple bad guys getting shot every episode. It feels like real stories with real people and situations. But it also has all the emotions to go with it. You will feel sad, angry, disappointed, shocked as you get sucked into the world of the 15th precinct. But you will also laugh at the well written humourous situations. For me this is how all shows should be written and acted. Its just pure class.
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By Mr. D. L. Rees TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 20 Aug. 2014
Another gripping season with the groundbreaking grittiness that set new standards for other cop shows. Again an overworked police force in the heart of a district where crime is rife, virtually every day more killings to be investigated. The job is made harder by the prevalence of drugs and lippy offenders who know their rights.

As ever it is Dennis Franz who dominates with one of television's most compelling performances. His Andy Sipowicz is seriously flawed, a mass of prejudices he finds hard to control - especially after his recent tragedy. His interviewing techniques often cross the line, but he gets results. Again Jimmy Smits' Bobby Simone tactfully acts as a restraining influence, in every way this one of the small screen's most arresting partnerships.

Twenty two episodes. Always the scripts deliver the goods, full of the language people actually speak. On every level undercurrents are brilliantly conveyed - not just the friction between officers and underworld, but between colleagues - including hostility between uniforms and suits.

A word of praise for someone perhaps overlooked amidst the general acclaim: James McDaniel as Lieut. Fancy, dedicated to ensuring all runs as smoothly as possible - a job more difficult because he is black. A disturbing subplot has him and his wife pulled over by a racist cop. What follows illustrates endemic problems that exacerbate tensions between communities.

Bonuses include commentaries, an introduction to new characters, an interesting feature on filming techniques. (Those seamlessly integrated out-and-about sequences are in fact from both New York and Washington.)

Apparently the season was too strong for some viewers and certain television networks. Most, though, recognized a true classic when they saw it. Thanks to these box sets, they still can.
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Watching this second time around, after having watched the original series twenty odd years ago when it was first aired, made me ask myself "Why don't they make great TV anymore" -- You would think after having made something as brilliant as this, - they would think now that we've got the formula for the perfect TV show, - let's make more of it, or even try to improve further. -- Sadly nothing has even come close to living up to the exceptionally high standards set here by Steven Bocho in this great series.
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