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Law & Order: The Complete Series - 104-Disc Set (2011) Seasons 1-20

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Featuring two decades of groundbreaking television, "Law & Order: The Complete Series" offers all 456 episodes of the popular show in one place. This series won several Emmys and inspired numerous spinoff shows held in cities across the U.S. Each 45-minute episode in the 104-disc set remains uncut and commercial-free. One of the original police shows, this drama series covers timely issues such as abortion, prostitution, child abuse, and AIDS. Every episode covers the occurrence of a crime, the subsequent investigation, and the arrest of the criminal. The second half shows the legal proceedings. Millions of fans praise the show for its excellent writing, as well as the exciting twists and turns found in each episode's plot. One of the most notable special features on "Law & Order: The Complete Series" is an interview with the creator of the drama, a sure treat for die-hard fans of the show. This 104-disc set is not rated and was released by Universal Studios with an aspect ratio of 1.85:1. With a list of talented actors in its regular cast and plenty of familiar faces playing guest star roles, "Law & Order: The Complete Series" keeps viewers entertained and intrigued.


Product Details
Edition: 104 Discs
Number of Discs: 1
Rating: Not Rated
UPC: 025192104008



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Genre: Dramas, Television
Format: DVD
Display Format: 104 Discs

The Emmy-winning series Law & Order is the longest running crime series of all time and you now hold a complete collection worthy of its iconic status. This incredible set includes every powerful hour made from Law & Order's 20 years on NBC and comes with an exclusive and collectible episode guide.

For twenty seasons, Dick Wolf's Primetime series covered the dedicated New York City police who investigated crimes and the district attorneys who prosecuted the offenders. Known for its hard-hitting, ripped-from-the-headlines style, the series showcased the talents of numerous illustrious stars from stage, film and television

From its gritty documentary look to its signature note-knocking "tching-tching" that signals scene changes, Law & Order was a groundbreaking cop show when it debuted in 1990. It has since earned Emmys for Best Dramatic Series and spun off satellite franchises, and reruns of the original series are as omnipresent in syndication as those of I Love Lucy. Devoted fans and those who came late to the series can catch it from the beginning with this six-disc set that contains all 22 episodes from the inaugural season. Law & Order is television's most resilient series. It has survived wholesale changes to its ensemble. One of the secrets of the show's durability: its compelling structure. The first half of each hour-long episode is classic police procedural in which "Law," personified in the first season by partners Greevey (George Dzundza--and be sure to catch the interview segment with series creator Dick Wolfe to learn how to pronounce his name) and Mike Logan (Christopher Noth, the future "Mr. Big" on Sex and the City) investigate a crime and make an arrest. The second half chronicles the ensuing trial, as prosecuted by assistant district attorneys Ben Stone (Michael Moriarty) and Paul Robinette (Richard Brooks) under the supervision of Steven Hill's Adam Schiff (more feisty and animated here than in later seasons). Law & Order is also distinguished by its superb writing. Several episodes take their inspiration from the headlines, including "By Hooker, By Crook" about a socialite-run call-girl ring, and "Indifference," which recalls the tragic Lisa Steinberg child abuse case. Others deal with such hot-button issues as abortion ("Life Choice") and AIDS ("The Reaper's Helper"). Another plus is the talent pool of character actors who lend their verisimilitude. Guest stars include Samuel L. Jackson and Philip Seymour Hoffman ("The Violence of Summer"), The West Wing's John Spencer ("Prescription for Death"), Sex and the City's Cynthia Nixon ("Subterranean Homeboy Blues"), and The Sopranos' Dominic Chianese

Length 330 hrs. 0 mins.
Rating NR
Released: Nov 08 2011
Added Aug 22 2011
Empire SKU 1584369
UPC Code 025192104008

Studio Universal Studios
Packaging Custom
Number of Discs 104
Disc SS-DL
Subtitles English

Cast
•Chris Noth
•S. Epatha Merkerson
•Jesse L. Martin
•Sam Waterston
•Steven Hill
•Jerry Orbach
•Dennis Farina
    • UPC 025192104008
    • Brand Universal Studios
02231
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