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The Sopranos: A Family History

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The only official tie-in guide available-written with the full cooperation of the cast, creator David Chase, and the full support of HBO.

This deluxe hardcover edition includes:

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Overview

The only official tie-in guide available-written with the full cooperation of the cast, creator David Chase, and the full support of HBO.

This deluxe hardcover edition includes:

  • Over a hundred full-color photographs
  • Complete histories of the families
  • Never-before-seen family documents
  • Mock FBI files and surveillance records
  • Complete season-by-season episode guide
  • Exclusive interview with creator david chase
  • Intimate cast profiles and interviews
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Editorial Reviews

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Tough guys, goodfellas, and made men have captivated our imaginations since The Godfather appeared on the scene in the 1970s. But the runaway hit series The Sopranos heralded a whole new approach to mobsters -- hey, they got feelings, too, you know what I'm sayin'? Now fans can get an insider's look at the world of Tony Soprano and his family with this fact-filled, handsomely illustrated book.
Denver Post
Television at its best.
Chicago Sun-Times
The best drama on television...It's why you get HBO, it's why you get cable, it's why you get a television.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780641622373
  • Publisher: Penguin Group (USA)
  • Publication date: 11/1/2000
  • Pages: 192
  • Product dimensions: 9.07 (w) x 11.51 (h) x 0.77 (d)

Meet the Author

Allen Rucker is a writer and television journalist. He cofounded the experimental video group TVTV, and has written numerous award-winning TV specials and documentaries including the recent Family Values: The Mob and the Movies. His published work includes two books of satire, The History of White People in America and A Paler Shade of White, both coauthored with comedian Martin Mull. He teaches in the School of Cinema-TV at the University of Southern California. He majored in English at Washington University, and has two MAs in American Culture and Communication from the University of Michigan and Standford (where he first met Sopranos creator David Chase.) He lives in Los Angeles with his wife and the younger of their two sons.

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