Seinfeld - Season 7

Seinfeld - Season 7

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Director: Andy Ackerman

Cast: Andy Ackerman, Jerry Seinfeld, John Lizzi, Heidi Swedberg

     
 
Season seven of Seinfeld maintains the series' brilliance almost from the outset, with an episode in which George (Jason Alexander) renews his relationship with Susan Biddle Ross (Heidi Swedberg) -- a relationship from which, ultimately, only one will emerge alive. Elsewhere, Kramer (

Overview

Season seven of Seinfeld maintains the series' brilliance almost from the outset, with an episode in which George (Jason Alexander) renews his relationship with Susan Biddle Ross (Heidi Swedberg) -- a relationship from which, ultimately, only one will emerge alive. Elsewhere, Kramer (Michael Richards) wins a lawsuit that allows him free coffee at any location in the world, and Elaine (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) dates a man with a highly appropriate nickname in "The Maestro." Jerry (Jerry Seinfeld -- it's his show, remember?) can't get rid of a guy at the movies, while Kramer becomes "Mr. Movie Phone" in "The Pool Guy." Also, George finds himself up for a promotion just because he's been leaving his car overnight in the Yankees' parking lot. Jerry gets more than he bargained for when he steals a loaf of marble rye. And in a deathless moment, Elaine wonders if her current beau is truly "sponge-worthy" (funny about that word "deathless."..especially considering what happens to Susan at season's end). But when all is said and done, if anyone asks why the seventh season of Seinfeld is worthy of immortality, just say three little words: "The Soup Nazi." ~ All Movie Guide

Product Details

Release Date:
11/21/2006
UPC:
0043396159488
Rating:
NR
Source:
Sony Pictures
Region Code:
1
Presentation:
[Full Frame]
Time:
9:01:00

Special Features

All-new interviews with Jerry Seinfeld, Larry David, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Michael Richards and Jason Alexander!; Queen of the Castle: The Elain Benes Story - When Seinfeld need a girl, Julia Luis-Dreyfus fit the bill, bringing luster and laughter to the show; Larry David's Farewell: Reflections on Larry David's final season; Inside Looks: Behind-the-scenes stories from the cast and creators; Not That There's Anything Wrong With That: Never-before-seen outtakes and bloopers; In the Vault: Season seven never-before-seen deleted scenes...saved from the cutting room floor; Yada, Yada, Yada: Cast and crew audio commentaries; Master of His Domain: ; See Jerry Seinfeld in exclusive, never-before-seen stand-up comedy footage; Sein-imation: See classic scenes from "The Engagement" and "The Marine Biologist" re-imagined in Sein-imation; Notes About Nothing:; Behind-the-scenes trivia and production notes

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Jerry Seinfeld Actor
John Lizzi José Carreras
Heidi Swedberg Susan
Jason Alexander Actor
Wayne Knight Newman
Danny Woodburn Mickey Abbott
Janeane Garofalo Jeannie Steinman
John D'Aquino Todd
John O'Hurley J. Peterman
Julia Louis-Dreyfus Actress
Patrick Bristow Ethan
Cary Elwes David
Harry Van Gorkum Craig
Michael Richards Actor
Peter Allas Counter Guy
Phil Morris Jackie Chiles
Richard Herd Wilhelm
Stephen Root Mr. Lager
Brad Garrett Tony
Danette Tayes Nicky
Debra Messing Beth
Gina Mastrogiacomo Prostitute
Rob Schneider Bob
Victor Raider-Wexler Doctor Wexler
Allan Havey Policeman
Brenda Strong Sue Ellen
Greg Collins Policeman
John Riggi Teller
Kimberly Chase Charmaine
Mary Jo Keenen Deena
Pat Cooper Himself

Technical Credits
Andy Ackerman Director

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Seinfeld - Season 7 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
jackdav38 More than 1 year ago
This is a great season. So many funny incidents: Kramer sues for a coffee spill, George and Jerry decide to grow up and think about marriage and family (of course Kramer doesn't approve, warning Jerry that family life is a "man made prison"), a fanatical restaurant owner named The Soup Nazi throws people out who don't order right, George's wink gets him a promotion he doesn't want, and much more. My personal favorite is The Pool Boy, where Jerry and Newman won't help a injured if annoying pool cleaner named Raoul. Also, The Seven had Newman (Wayne Knight) at his best, judging a dispute between Elaine and Kramer and coming to an odd decision. A DVD well worth buying.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Guest More than 1 year ago
Seinfeld continues to be a fantastic show. It was so innovative for its time, and it continues to be better than most of the other drivel on TV today. There are several classic episodes in this season, including most everyone's favorite (or at least the most well known) "The Soup Nazi". In my opinion, however, "The Soup Nazi" is NOT the best Seinfeld episode. In season 7, the best episode is probably "The Rye". And, the all time greatest episode is either "The Opposite" or "The Marine Biologist"...but I digress. This season is fantastic, and a must have for any true Seinfeld fan...
jharlam More than 1 year ago
To have a laugh, to relax, and forget about daily stuff!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago