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The Complete Seventh Season
Released On: November 07, 2006
Region: 1
Production Company: Warner Home Video

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Follow the final season of "The West Wing" in "The Complete Seventh Season" DVD set. Follow the election and the untimely death of John Spencer in the 22-episodes of the NBC hit.

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The Complete Series
Released On: November 07, 2006
Region: 1
Production Company: Warner Home Video

Description:
Follow "The West Wing" from beginning to end in "The Complete Series" DVD box set. Follow the elections, the drama, and everything else in these 145 episodes on 45 discs.

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The Complete Box Set - Seasons 1 - 7
Released On: November 06, 2006
Region: 2
Production Company: Warner Home Video

Description:
This complete West Wing gift set contains the entire library (seasons 1-7) beautifully packaged in one elegant, all-inclusive box. The West Wing: The Complete Series Gift Set contains all 154 episodes of the series, as well as two discs and 6 hours of never before available special features, across a total of 44 DVDs and 112 hours of amazing TV.

Now you can relive all seven seasons of this award winning series which has garnered 24 Emmy Awards, including four for Outstanding Drama Series, two Golden Globes, including one for Best TV Drama Series, two Peabody Awards and more!

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Season 7
Released On: September 11, 2006
Region: 2
Production Company: Warner Home Video

Description:
The complete seventh and final season of exceptionally scripted political drama.

Episodes Comprise:

1. The Ticket
2. The Mommy Problem
3. Message Of The Week
4. Mr. Frost
5. Here Today
6. The Al Smith Dinner
7. The Debate
8. Undecideds
9. The Wedding
10. Running Mates
11. Internal Displacement
12. Duck And Cover
13. The Cold
14. Two Weeks Out
15. Welcome To Wherever You Are
16. Election Day (Part 1)
17. Election Day (Part 2)
18. Requiem
19. Transition
20. The Last Hurrah
21. Institutional Memory
22. Tomorrow

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The Complete Sixth Season
Released On: May 09, 2006
Region: 1
Production Company: Warner Home Video

Description:
During Season Six, the presidential race is on, with Senator Arnold Vinick (Alan Alda) as the Republican frontrunner and a Matthew Santos (Jimmy Smits) vying for the hotly contested Democratic presidential nomination.

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The Complete Fifth Season
Released On: December 06, 2005
Region: 1
Production Company: Warner Home Video

Description:
Follow the drama this December 6th, when the government is temporarily passed from a Democratic Administration to the Republican Speaker of the House, as President Bartlet copes with the kidnapping of his youngest daughter Zoey. All 22 episodes from the Emmy Award winning fifth season available in a 6-disc collector's set, including never-before-seen special features.

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Season 6
Released On: September 26, 2005
Region: 2
Production Company: Warner Home Video

Description:
The complete sixth series of the US political drama

Rejoin the Bartlet administration in the aftermath of the Gaza Strip attack that seriously wounded Donna and killed several others and finds President Bartlet facing strong opposition to his peace plans. Defying the wishes of the majority of Congress - including some of the White House's democratic allies - the American people and the Vice President, Bartlet persists in the hope that inviting Palestinian and Israeli leaders to participate in peace talks will forestall the necessity of a U.S. military retaliation. Even Leo feels that the President should order an attack to make a decisive statement on terrorism.

Adding to the stresses of the peace negotiations, magicians Penn and Teller cause controversy at the White House when they burn the American flag as part of their act celebrating Bartlet's birthday. An asteroid hurtles towards Earth and a leak of oxygen on the International Space Station requires a controversial rescue mission and Bartlet is stricken by a paralyzing episode of his multiple sclerosis...

Episodes comprise:

1. NSF Thurmont
2. The Birnam Wood
3. Third-Day Story
4. Liftoff
5. The Hubbert Peak
6. The Dover Test
7. A Change Is Gonna Come
8. In The Room
9. Impact Winter
10. Faith Based Initiative
11. Opposition Research
12. 365 Days
13. King Corn
14. The Wake Up Call
15. Freedonia
16. Drought Conditions
17. A Good Day
18. La Palabra
19. Ninety Miles Away
20. In God We Trust
21. Things Fall Apart
22. 2162 Votes

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The Complete Fourth Season
Released On: April 05, 2005
Region: 1
Production Company: Warner Home Video

Description:
Follow the re-election of President Bartlet to his second term and witness the gripping personal crisis that forces him to chose between the best interests of the country and those of his family in this 22-episode, 6-disc collector's set! Compelling and clever storylines reveal the inner workings of the White House in this innovative, multiple Emmy-Award-winning drama series from producers John Wells ("ER," "China Beach"), Aaron Sorkin ("Sports Night") and Thomas Schlamme ("Sports Night").Presented with must-see bonus materials, The West Wing's fourth season received 15 Emmy nominations and 2 wins including, Best Drama Series and Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series. Starring Richard Schiff, Martin Sheen, Joshua Malina, John Spencer, Dule Hill , Allison Janney, Bradley Whitford, Rob Lowe, Stockard Channing.

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The Complete Third Season
Released On: November 02, 2004
Region: 1
Production Company: Warner Home Video

Description:
This Election Day follow the riveting re-election campaign of President Josiah Bartlet in this 23-episode, 4 disc collector's set. Compelling and clever storylines focus on Bartlet's campaign and continue to reveal the inner workings of the White House in this innovative, multiple Emmy Award-winning drama series from producers John Wells ("ER," "China Beach"), Aaron Sorkin ("Sports Night") and Thomas Schlamme ("Sports Night").Presented with must-see bonus materials including an award-winning documentary, The West Wing's third season had 5 Emmy wins including, Best Drama Series and Outstanding Special Episode.

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Season 4
Released On: September 27, 2004
Region: 2
Production Company: Warner Home Video

Description:
The fourth season of intrigue within the Bartlet administration.

1. 20 Hours In America: Part I
2. 20 Hours In America: Part II
3. College Kids
4. The Red Mass
5. Debate Camp
6. Game On
7. Election Night
8. Process Stories
9. Swiss Diplomacy
10. Arctic Radar
11. Holy Night
12. Guns Not Butter
13. The Long Goodbye
14. Inauguration: Part I
15. Inauguration: Over There
16. The California 47th
17. Red Haven's On Fire
18. Privateers
19. Angel Maintenance
20. Evidence Of Things Not Seen
21. Life On Mars
22. Commencement
23. Twenty Five

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The Complete Second Season
Released On: May 18, 2004
Region: 1
Production Company: Warner Home Video

Description:
It's never politics as usual inside this Oval Office. As Season Two's 22 episodes unfold across this 4-disc set, the President and his staff have been targeted for disruption by rival politicians, soon after being targeted by would-be assassins. Yet the determined colleagues continue to serve the U.S. and its President as the administration heads through midterm elections and into a crisis that leads to allegations of criminal conduct. Presented with must-see bonus materials, The West Wing's second season won the Best Drama Series Emmy and Golden Globe Awards.

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Season 3
Released On: March 29, 2004
Region: 2
Production Company: Warner Home Video

Description:
The complete third season of the multi-award winning series. Episodes comprise:

1. Manchester (Part 1)
2. Manchester (Part 2)
3. Ways and Means
4. On the Day Before
5. War Crimes
6. Gone Quiet
7. The Indians in the Lobby
8. The Women of Qumar
9. Bartlet for America
10. H. Con-172
11. 100,000 Airplanes
12. The Two Bartlets
13. Night Five
14. Hartsfield's Landing
15. Dead Irish Writers
16. The U.S. Poet Laureate
17. Stirred
18. Enemies Foreign and Domestic
19. The Black Vera Wang
20. We Killed Yamamoto
21. Posse Comitatus

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The Complete First Season
Released On: November 18, 2003
Region: 1
Production Company: Warner Home Video

Description:
From Creator Aaron Sorkin and Director Thomas Schlamme ("Sports Night") and Executive Producer John Wells ("ER," "Third Watch"), and featuring one of the most talented ensemble casts ever to star in a drama series, "The West Wing's" Fall 1999 debut on NBC immediately received an extraordinary reception from viewers and television critics alike. The high-profile drama series uniquely documents the daily activities of a fictitious U.S. President's (Martin Sheen as U.S. President Josiah "Jed" Bartlet) highly talented administration portrayed by Dulé Hill as President Bartlet's aide Charlie Young, Allison Janney as Press Secretary C.J. Cregg, Moira Kelly as Media Consultant Mandy Hampton, Rob Lowe as White House Deputy Communications Director Sam Seaborn, Richard Schiff as White House Director of Communications Toby Ziegler, John Spencer as White House Chief of Staff Leo McGarry and Bradley Whitford as Deputy Chief of Staff Josh Lyman. Also starring in the award-winning series is Stockard Channing as First Lady Abigail Bartlet and Janel Moloney as Assistant to Deputy Chief of Staff Donna Moss. Both went on to become regulars on the show. Guest stars during The West Wing's first season include Timothy Busfield ("Thirtysomething"), Tim Matheson ("Martha Inc.") and John Amos ("Coming to America").

Quickly establishing a strong mandate among audiences, The West Wing burst onto the American entertainment and political arenas as one of the finest portrayals in entertainment of The Oval Office's inner sanctum. In addition to generating impressive ratings, The West Wing's historic first season resulted in securing 18 Primetime Emmy Award nominations, winning in nine categories. Emmy's The West Wing received for its first season include Outstanding Drama Series, Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series (Schiff), Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series (Janney), Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series (Sorkin and Rick Cleveland for "In Excelsis Deo"), Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series (Schlamme for the "Pilot") and Outstanding Main Title Theme Music (W.G. Snuffy Walden), among others.

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Season 1
Released On: November 17, 2003
Region: 2
Production Company: Warner Home Video

Description:
This release features every episode from the first season of the acclaimed drama comprising:

1. Pilot
2. Post Hoc, Ergo Propter Hoc
3. A Proportional Response
4. Five Votes Down
5. The Crackpots and These Women
6. Mr. Willis of Ohio
7. The State Dinner
8. Enemies
9. The Short List
10. In Excelsis Deo
11. Lord John Marbury
12. He Shall, from Time to Time
13. Take Out the Trash Day
14. Take This Sabbath Day
15. Celestial Navigation
16. 20 Hours in L.A.
17. The White House Pro-Am
18. Six Meetings Before Lunch
19. Let Bartlet Be Bartlet
20. Mandatory Minimums
21. Lies, Damn Lies and Statistics
22. What Kind of Day Has It Been?

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Season 2
Released On: October 20, 2003
Region: 2
Production Company: Warner Home Video

Description:
The complete second season of intrigue within the Bartlet administration. Episodes comprise:

1. In the Shadow of Two Gunmen - Part 1
2. In the Shadow of Two Gunmen - Part 2
3. The Midterms
4. In This White House
5. And It's Surely to Their Credit
6. The Lame Duck Congress
7. The Portland Trip
8. Shibboleth
9. Galileo
10. Noel
11. The Leadership Breakfast
12. The Drop In
13. Bartlet's Third State of the Union
14. The War at Home
15. Ellie
16. Somebody's Going to Emergency, Somebody's Going to Jail
17. The Stackhouse Filibuster
18. 17 People
19. Bad Moon Rising
20. The Fall's Gonna Kill You
21. 18th and Potomac
22. Two Cathedrals

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Season 5
Region: 2
Production Company: Warner Home Video

Description:
Ladies and gentlemen: the President of the United States! Glenallen Walken, the Speaker of the House and an iron-willed conservative, becomes temporary President while President Bartlet copes with his daughter's kidnapping. The West Wing staffers are torn between duty to the current Chief Executive and loyalty to the former. The resolution of the kidnapping crisis and Bartlet's tenuous return to power are two of the intriguing storylines on an eventful fifth season that brought a Best Actress Emmy Award to Allison Janney for her portrayal of Press Secretary C.J.Cregg. Other highlights in this 22-episode set: a surprise VP replacement, jockeying for Supreme Court appointments and a fateful trip to Gaza.

Episodes comprise:

1. 7A WF 83429
2. The Dogs of War
3. Jefferson Lives
4. Han
5. Constituency of One
6. Disaster Relief
7. Separation of Powers
8. Shutdown
9. Abu el Banat
10. The Stormy Present
11. The Benign Prerogative
12. Slow News Day
13. The Warfare of Genghis Khan
14. An Khe
15. Full Disclosure
16. Eppur Si Muove
17. The Supremes
18. Access
19. Talking Points
20. No Exit
21. Gaza
22. Memorial Day

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Warning: The West Wing guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Scripted
Genre: Drama | Politics
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: NBC ( USA)
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: September 22, 1999
Ended: May 14, 2006
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