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The Sopranos, The Vanity Fair Oral History

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First airing in 1999, The Sopranos may be the best television show of all time, forever changing the public’s expectations of what a television series can be and winning 21 Emmy Awards during its eight-year run. On the fifth anniversary of the show’s hotly debated series finale, in 2007, Vanity Fair releases a 20,000-word e-book, the untold, behind-the-scenes story of The ...more
Kindle Edition, 63 pages
Published June 12th 2012 by Vanity Fair (first published June 1st 2012)
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Mitchell Warriner
Jul 16, 2016 Mitchell Warriner rated it it was amazing
Behind the scenes of "The Sopranos"

This brief narrative of interviews amongst the cast gives us insight from the actor's perspective of their characters, life on set of "The Sopranos," and thoughts on key episodes. An in depth behind the scenes look into the show, this is an interesting read for anyone who is a fan of arguably the greatest television show ever made.
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Short but comprehensive snippets about the show. Including sound bites from a lot of the favourite characters. Highly recommend to fans.
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Edward Graydon Carter is a Canadian-born American journalist and author. He is editor of Vanity Fair. He also co-founded, with Kurt Andersen and Tom Phillips, the satirical monthly magazine Spy in 1986.
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