Beverly Hills, CA : Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, c2005
4-disc Collector's edDescription:
4 videodiscs (ca. 1014 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in ISBN/ISSN:
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Videodisc release of a 1995-1996 television broadcast
Double sided: disc 1: episodes 1-6; disc 2: 7-12; disc 3: 13-18; disc 4: 19-22
Contains all 22 episodes from the third season
Special features: Disc 2, side 1: "Sorry, wrong suspect" commentary with director Michael Robin; Disc 3, side 1: "Head case" commentary with director Randall Zisk and actor Gordon Clapp; Disc 4, side 2: season three overview featurette; "Fathers and sons" featurette; "Women of NYPD blue" featurette; "The 15th precinct" featurette; "FX: NYPD Blue" TV spot
Dennis Franz, Gordon Clapp, James McDaniel, Nicholas Turturro, Sharon Lawrence, Gail O'Grady, Jimmy Smits, Kim Delaney
Relive all the passion, brotherhood, joy, and heartbreak of the 15th precinct of NYPD Blue. This season Det. Andy Sipowicz experiences the highs of falling in love and the tragic murder of his son Andy Jr
DVD, region 1, full screen (1.33:1) presentation; Dolby Digital, surround
In English, French or Spanish with English or Spanish subtitles
E.R. ; Torah! Torah! Torah! ; One big happy family ; Heavin' can wait ; Dirty laundry ; Curt Russell -- Aging bull ; Cold heaters ; Sorry, wrong suspect ; The backboard jungle ; Burnin' love ; These old bones -- A tushfull of dollars ; The nutty confessor ; Head case ; Girl talk ; Hollie and the blowfish ; We was robbed -- Aintie maimed ; A death in the family ; Closing time ; He's not guilty, he's my brother Disc 1. Disc 2. Disc 3. Disc 4.
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