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The Sopranos 6 Seasons 1999

Season 1
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Six-volume box set containing the entire first series of the acclaimed drama centred around a New Jersey Mafia family. In 'The Sopranos (Pilot)', Tony Soprano sees a psychiatrist when family problems become too much for him. '46 Long' sees acting family boss Giacomo 'Jackie' Aprile seriously ill with cancer, while Tony becomes reluctantly embroiled in a power struggle with Uncle Junior. In 'Den...

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1. Pilot

In the series premiere, after suffering a series of mysterious anxiety attacks, New Jersey mob boss Tony Soprano agrees to see a psychiatrist, Dr. Jennifer Melfi.

AGES-18-AND-OVER Subtitles Runtime: 59 minutes Release date: 1 January 1999
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2. 46 Long

With acting boss Jackie Aprile dying of cancer, Tony prepares for a power struggle with Uncle Junior. Christopher and his associate Brendan make trouble for themselves when they jack a truck full of DVD players.

AGES-18-AND-OVER Subtitles Runtime: 49 minutes Release date: 1 January 1999
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3. Denial, Anger, Acceptance

Uncle Junior's associate Mikey Palmice stirs things up by making Junior think Tony wants to be next in line for boss. Meanwhile, Tony, Paulie and Silvio deal with Hasidic family problems.

AGES-18-AND-OVER Subtitles Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: 1 January 1999
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4. Meadowlands

Jackie Aprile's health worsens, forcing Tony to make a tough decision. Meanwhile, Anthony Jr. learns the true nature of his father's job in 'waste management.' Also, Tony hires sleazy police lieutenant Vin Makazian to look at Melfi's background.

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5. College

During a trip to Maine for Meadow's college interviews, Tony sees a man he believes is a relocated mob snitch. Back at home, Carmela receives comfort from Father Phil.

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6. Pax Soprana

At Tony's suggestion, Junior is made acting boss after Jackie dies. In therapy, Tony surprises Dr. Melfi with a surprise admission. Carmela and Irina (Tony's mistress) both suffer as Tony's libido takes a nosedive.

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7. Down Neck

After stealing the 'sacramental wine' from the school chapel, Anthony Jr. is suspended. Tony is concerned that his bad influence is responsible for his son's behavior, and has a series of disturbing flashbacks about his own father.

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8. The Legend of Tennessee Moltisanti

At a wedding, the 'boys' find out they're going to be indicted, and rush home to get rid of evidence. Upset that he isn't getting enough notoriety, Christopher has an ugly encounter with a bakery clerk.

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9. Boca

Uncle Junior enjoys a romantic tryst in Boca with his girlfriend Bobbi, not realizing that she's been gabbing to her beauty-parlor friends about his oral talents. Meanwhile, controversy arises when Meadow's soccer coach quits.

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10. A Hit Is a Hit

Christopher and Adrianna cut a deal with a famous gangsta rapper who claims that Hesh took royalties belonging to a cousin who recorded hit songs decades ago. Meanwhile, Tony plays golf with Cusamano and his white-bread friends.

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11. Nobody Knows Anything

After Jimmy and Pussy are arrested in an FBI raid, Makazian tells a stunned Tony that Pussy may be wired for the Feds. Tony sends Paulie to find out for sure. Later, Tony learns that Makazian might be trying to frame Pussy.

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12. Isabella

Hit men are sent out to whack Tony, who comes out of his depression when he meets Isabella, an Italian exchange student staying next door.

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13. I Dream of Jeannie Cusamano

In the Season One finale, Tony is stunned to learn that the attempt on his life may have been ordered by someone close to him. Later, he must deal with the fact that everyone knows he is seeing a shrink. Christopher must take care of Jimmy Altieri.

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An excellent series charting the life of Mafiosa Tony Soprano as well as his family and associates. The gangster genre has undergone many different interpretations over the years, with the highlights being the obvious: Godfather, Once Upon A Time In America etc. However, it is about time a well-made, well-acted and ultimately realistic portrayal came to the small screen - and the Sopranos is it, without a shadow of a doubt. Gritty and violent, yet sardonic and sexy, this series is another fantastic import from HBO. Its popularity is well deserved, and despite some criticism in later series when the focus drifts onto secondary (and more annoying) characters, this first series heralded a new class of tv shows. Highly recommended.
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By O E J TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 30 Dec. 2009
Format: Blu-ray
Well, I've heard arguments about which TV series is the best ever, and the two that keep being named are The Wire and The Sopranos. Personally I can't pick a winner, they're both outstanding in their different ways. This is the first time I've seen either of them in Blu-Ray however, and it makes for a worthwhile bonus for something that, of its kind, is nigh-on perfect. Even its flaws are lovable.

This is the first series from 1999, made up of 13 episodes:-

The Sopranos (Disc 1)
46 Long (Disc 1)
Denial, Anger, Acceptance (Disc 1)
Meadowlands (Disc 2)
College (Disc 2)
Pax Soprana (Disc 2)
Down Neck (Disc 3)
The Legend of Tennessee Moltisanti (Disc 3)
Boca (Disc 3)
A Hit is a Hit (Disc 4)
Nobody Knows Anything (Disc 4)
Isabella (Disc 4)
I Dream of Jeannie Cusamano (Disc 5)

These episodes come on five separate discs - note that if renting from Lovefilm, and possibly elsewhere, one disc gets you three episodes on each of the first four discs but only one episode on the fifth. So you might need to order all five separately in order to see the whole of Season 1 which is the best part of 12 hours long in total - and of course, there are no commercial breaks!

For those who may recently have been rescued from a decade on a desert island, this is an occasionally violent and foul-mouthed drama/comedy built around the stresses and strains of New Jersey 'don' Tony Soprano, although the life of organised crime is a lot less exotic now than in the days of Omerta and the cinematic icons the characters openly adore.
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they puuulll me back in!
Back in your chair to watch the rest of the Sopranos, that is!
This first season of the Sopranos is a real beauty. A great cast (unbelievable acting-debute of Steven Van Zandt!). Great music (Tindersticks e.g.). Great cinematography (little spoiler: Tony's first attack). Great script and quotes. And the necessary humor.
This great show comes in a 4-disk dvd-box. The box-art is really nice. There are some extra's (audio comment of the director for the pilote, an interview with the director,..) but not very much. And maybe also good to know if you're non-UK: there are subtitles for most European languages.
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By hillbank68 TOP 500 REVIEWER on 22 Dec. 2005
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I heard talk of 'The Sopranos' when it first appeared on British TV but thought the title too daft for it to be worth looking at. More fool me. I have all the series now, 1-5, and am frequently staggered by the brilliance of the enterprise, and how it has unfolded and developed. I lent Series 1 to a friend ; he rather shamefacedly told me later that he had sat down to watch the first episode in a morning and, totally transfixed, watched the whole series right through. It gets you that way, and I can't think of much else that does. A modern classic.
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The first season of The Sopranos starts off well and gets better and better with each episode. Rather than focussing solely on the mafia lifestyle, there's also a great deal of domestic drama, and it's interesting to see Tony Soprano (much like any other head of a family) trying to find a decent work/life balance. He has the demanding family at home, but also the demanding "family" in his day to day business dealings.
Overall the first season is a great introduction to a show that continued to get better and better for the next few seasons.
A very good starting point, and excellently written.
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The Godfather, Goodfellas, Donnie Brasco...I loved them all, but somehow The Sopranos passed me by along with the hype (I must have been sleeping with the fishes). Until recently, that is, when my Boss (as in line manager not Mafioso) suggested that, in light of my appreciation of the above classics, I might give The Sopranos a look.
So, with an objective, post hype and critical eye I started to watch series one in February 2004.
Absolutely amazing, I am utterly addicted to this masterpiece of imagination. It portrays the life of a man who seems to have it all; the money, the house, the cars, the ladies, the power.......but he's just as fallible and vulnerable as the rest of us (he may go a little further than most when faced with adversity) but still you find yourself almost identifying and actually rooting for this mob boss.
He's a family man as well as a gangster and it is in this guise that we get the balance and insight into ordinary humanity that empowers the viewer to empathise with Tony Soprano and forgive his excesses in his alter ego of Mafia Don. These two worlds are abridged magnificently by Tony's frank and increasingly open discourse with his Psychiatrist, Dr Melfi.
Their evolving relationship serves to show the viewer the tenderness that Tony is capable of feeling (when he's not "whacking" people) and allows him to express his inner feelings. This lends itself to ever increasing character knowledge and complexity of Tony Soprano, engaging the viewer to want to find out more about Tony and his complex life.
Forget Big Brother, this is the ultimate insight into human nature and all its facets.
I have just ordered the 2nd, 3rd and 4th series through Amazon on the strength of the 1st series and I'm only onto episode 9!
The down side?......
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