Sopranos - Season 4

The Sopranos - Season 4

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Director: James Gandolfini, Edie Falco, Michael Imperioli, Lorraine Bracco

Cast: James Gandolfini, Edie Falco, Michael Imperioli, Lorraine Bracco

     
 
America's first family of suburban dysfunction, conspicuous consumption, and contract kills comes to DVD with this comprehensive collection of episodes and extras from the series' fourth season. The Sopranos: The Complete Fourth Season comprises four discs packaged in a special silver foil box. All episodes are presented in their intended letterboxed format, and have

Overview

America's first family of suburban dysfunction, conspicuous consumption, and contract kills comes to DVD with this comprehensive collection of episodes and extras from the series' fourth season. The Sopranos: The Complete Fourth Season comprises four discs packaged in a special silver foil box. All episodes are presented in their intended letterboxed format, and have a full complement of previews and recaps as they originally aired. Four episodes get commentary tracks from various writers, including co-star Michael Imperioli, Robin Green, Terence Winter, Mitchell Burgess, and creator David Chase. Cast and crew bios round out the set.

Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble
The fourth season of HBO's Mob hit The Sopranos gets rolling with Uncle Junior feeling the squeeze of his legal costs, Carmela stressed out over money issues, Christopher anxiously escaping into heroin, and Tony feeling new pressures from everyone -- including an increasingly unruly Anthony Jr. There is dissension in the Family ranks, and Tony's New York counterparts have grown hungry for a bigger piece of his pie. Overall, the fourth season offers more complications a bit less blood than its immediate predecessor, and sets up more storylines than it concludes. It also drew the highest ratings in the show's history, and garnered 13 Emmy nominations.

Product Details

Release Date:
10/28/2003
UPC:
0026359908125
Rating:
NR
Source:
Hbo Home Video
Region Code:
1
Presentation:
[Wide Screen]
Sound:
[Dolby Surround, Dolby Digital Stereo, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]
Time:
13:20:00

Special Features

Closed Caption; 4 audio commentaries with writers Terence Winter, Michael Imperioli, Robin Green and Mitchell Burgess, and with series creator David Chase; Episodic previews and recaps; Recaps of seasons 1, 2, and 3; Scene selections; Cast/crew biographies

Cast & Crew

Scene Index

Side #1 -- Episodes 1-3
2. Diversifying Arrangements [8:05]
3. Stimulating Growth Potential [9:52]
4. Hiding Assets [9:45]
5. Undercover Calls [9:27]
6. Cutting Losses [10:46]
7. Blood Bonds [8:06]
2. Job Market [7:11]
3. Sharing Confidences [8:34]
4. Taking Time Off [5:06]
5. Divided Front [2:23]
6. Napoleon Complex [8:41]
7. Forced to Comply [10:55]
2. Italian Pride [9:18]
3. Protestations [8:56]
4. Historical Figure [8:09]
5. Wounds Run Deep [8:41]
6. Chief Concerns [8:20]
7. After the Parade [9:05]
Side #2 -- Episodes 4-7
2. Insult to Injury [9:02]
3. Pinpointing the Mole [8:59]
4. Meeting to Avenge [9:31]
5. Nod to Hit [9:46]
6. Zoning Regulations [7:10]
7. Dancing on Air [12:14]
2. Close Watch [7:35]
3. Meaningful Investment [7:51]
4. Winning Stock [7:14]
5. Splitting Profits [7:47]
6. Back in the Saddle [11:37]
7. Tender-Footed [10:45]
2. Protection Block [7:29]
3. Short-Term Lender [8:59]
4. Living Trust [7:35]
5. Intimate Space [7:39]
6. Talk of Suicide [11:19]
7. Untold Truths [10:26]
2. Welcome Home [6:00]
3. Urban Housing League [7:43]
4. Real Estate Deal [8:09]
5. Marriage Proposal [6:55]
6. Airing Grudges [12:45]
7. Rewards and Punishment [10:33]
Side #3 -- Episodes 8-10
2. Dangerous Combination [8:47]
3. Commissioned Portrait [9:11]
4. Tip Off [9:08]
5. Unlocked Funds [7:26]
6. Maternal Ties [8:09]
7. Into the Spirit [11:33]
2. Prank Call [7:48]
3. Make Pretend [8:56]
4. A Different Man [9:18]
5. Stable Fire [2:14]
6. Blood Bath [6:35]
7. Waste Management [8:29]
2. Cut Short [7:09]
3. Tears of Sadness [8:21]
4. Handle With Care [8:22]
5. Gathered Together [8:26]
6. Intervention [8:35]
7. Flying Solo [10:48]
Side #4 -- Episodes 11-13
2. Backseat Passenger [6:56]
3. Parked at Platonic [9:28]
4. Contacting Spirits [7:29]
5. End of the Road [1:47]
6. The Last Ziti [6:42]
7. House Call [5:40]
2. Mood Swings [8:48]
3. Above the Limit [9:20]
4. Living Situation [8:31]
5. Ratted Out [8:43]
6. Another World [7:31]
7. Life Change [11:28]
2. Home Remedy [13:13]
3. Turn of Events [12:30]
4. Sleeping Arrangements [9:05]
5. Put to Bed [12:44]
6. Deadlocked [12:38]
7. Disturbing the Peace [13:14]

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The Sopranos - Season 4 4.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Season 4 goes beyond any soprano's season. In past seasons the the problem throughout the season have been resolved in the last episode, whereas in this season, they leave wondering if Adrianna is going to get whacked for talking to the mob, if Paula will still be alive after his betrayal to the NJ family, and the question is left hanging whether Tony and Carmella will still be together. THat is why I love this season because it leaves wanting more! All i know is I can't wait to see what happens in season 5!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This has to top the first the three seasons including season 1. Tony and Carmela will be tested emotionally and their marriage will be put to the test. Will they come out still loving each other? The family business had to dodge some bullets in the family business and Paulie and Johnny Sack almost cause a war between the New York family and the New Jersey family. This season should win any award that it is nominated for.
Guest More than 1 year ago
this show kicks butt. royal butt!
Guest More than 1 year ago
There's more to Season 4 than Ralph C's head in a bowling bag, but that's likely the focal point when the history of the HBO series is written. Again, THE SOPRANOS shine and the great moments abound: A sensitive Tony keeping a midnight vigil with a sick race horse (Dean Martin's ''My Rifle, My Pony & Me'' warbling in the background), Christopher's (hysterical) intervention and the always dependable soundtrack. The series heads into the home stretch for Seasons 5 & 6.
Guest More than 1 year ago
After watching the fourth season on HBO, i am convinced that this is the best season yet. All the drama rapped up in all the action made me want to be apart of Tony's crew. God i hope the 5th season can top this one!
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