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Product NameThe Sopranos: The Complete Second Season
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Long DescriptionGenre: Drama Stars James Gandolfini, Lorraine Bracco and Edie Falco. Directed by Tim Van Patten, Henry J. Bronchtein, Allen Coulter and John Patterson. This 4-disc set features: - Audio commentary by episode directors - Interviews with the cast and creator David Chase - The Real Deal featurette - Cast and crew biographies - Episodic synopses and recap of first-season - TV spots
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