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The West Wing. / The complete first season

Author: Kevin FallsAllison AbnerAlex GravesJohn SpencerRob Lowe; et al; All authors
Publisher: Burbank, CA : Warner Home Video, [2003]
Edition/Format:   DVD video : NTSC color broadcast system : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Headed by President Josiah Bartlet, demonstrates that office politics are the same everywhere; things just have greater repercussions when your office happens to be the White House. Stories surround the President; his deputy communications director Sam Seaborn; his beleaguered press secretary, C.J. Cregg; the chief of staff, recovering boozehound Leo McGarry, who sacrifices his marriage to his career. Among the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Television programs
Video recordings for the hearing impaired
Drama
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Kevin Falls; Allison Abner; Alex Graves; John Spencer; Rob Lowe; Stockard Channing; Dulé Hill; Allison Janney; Moira Kelly; Janel Moloney; Richard Schiff; Martin Sheen; Bradley Whitford; Thomas Del Ruth; Roxanne Lippel; Aaron Sorkin; John Wells Productions (Firm),; Warner Bros. Television,; Warner Home Video (Firm),; et al
ISBN: 079077612X 9780790776125
OCLC Number: 52934363
Language Note: English dialogue with optional English, French or Spanish subtitles; Closed-captioned.
Notes: Originally released as a television series from 1999-2000.
Based on the series created by Aaron Sorkin.
Special features: commentaries from Aaron Sorkin, "The West Wing" creator and director Thomas Schlamme on five key episodes, including the "Pilot," "What kind of day has it been," "Take this Sabbath day," "In excelsis deo" (featuring additional commentary from co-executive producer/director Alex Graves) and "Celestial navigation" (with co-executive producer/director Chris Misiano joining Sorkin and Schlamme); all-new digital transfers; "The Primaries" and "The West Wing inauguration"--In-depth making-of documentaries; exclusive, behind-the-scenes footage from "The West Wing's" first season, including "Capital Beat" and "Sheet Music"; "Gag order"--a collection of outtakes and bloopers; "Off the record"--outtakes from various cast and producer interviews; deleted scenes.
Credits: Directors of photography, Thomas Del Ruth ... [et al.] ; editors, Russell Denove ... [et al.] ; original music, Roxanne Lippel ; costume designer, Lyn Paolo ; production designer, Ken Hardy.
Cast: John Spencer, Rob Lowe, Stockard Channing, Dulé Hill, Allison Janney, Moira Kelly, Janel Moloney, Richard Schiff, Martin Sheen, Bradley Whitford.
Awards: Multiple Emmy Awards; George Foster Peabody Award; Humanitas Prize; Television Critics Association Awards: Outstanding Achievement in Drama, New Program of the Year, Program of the Year; TV Guide Award; Excellence in Production Design Award; Artios Award; Imagen Award; Prism Award; Shine Award; Maggie Award; Gracie Allen Award; Vision Award; Quality (Q) Awards: Best Quality Drama, Best Actor, Best Supporting Actor; Golden Satellite Awards: Best Television Drama Series, Best Performance by an Actor in a Drama Series.
Target Audience: Not rated.
Description: 4 videodiscs (ca. 957 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD, Region 1 encoding, Full screen presentation, Dolby surround, stereo.
Contents: Disc 1, side A. Pilot ; Post hoc, ergo propter hoc ; A proportional response ; Five votes down --
Disc 1, side B. The crackpots and these women ; Mr Willis of Ohio ; The state dinner ; Enemies --
Disc 2, side A. The short list ; In excelsis deo ; Lord John Marbury ; He shall, from time to time --
Disc 2, side B. Take out the trash day ; Take this Sabbath Day ; Celestial navigation ; 20 hours in L.A. --
Disc 3, side A. The White House pro-am ; Six meetings before lunch ; Let Bartlet be Bartlet --
Disc 3, side B. Mandatory minimums ; Lies, damn lies and statistics ; What kind of day has It been --
Disc 4. Special features.
Other Titles: West Wing (Television program).
West Wing.
Responsibility: John Wells Productions ; Warner Bros. Television ; producers, Kevin Falls ... [et al.] ; writers, Allison Abner ... [et al.] ; directors, Alex Graves ... [et al.].

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Headed by President Josiah Bartlet, demonstrates that office politics are the same everywhere; things just have greater repercussions when your office happens to be the White House. Stories surround the President; his deputy communications director Sam Seaborn; his beleaguered press secretary, C.J. Cregg; the chief of staff, recovering boozehound Leo McGarry, who sacrifices his marriage to his career. Among the global crises Bartlet must finesse are a nuclear showdown between India and Pakistan, an American plane shot down by terrorists, and another downed U.S. plane in Iraq.

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