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Law & Order: The Complete Series (R1) in November

Universal Studios Home Entertainment have announced the Region 1 DVD release of Law & Order: The Complete Series on 8th November 2011. The longest running crime drama in the history of television, tied with “Gunsmoke” as the longest running drama series ever, will be released in its entirety as a 20-season, 104-disc collector’s box-set.

Of the 20 seasons, 11 have never been released on DVD until now. The set also boasts an exclusive collectible episode guide and hours of extras. Features include:

  • Full Screen 1.33:1 and Anamorphic Widescreen 1.78:1
  • English DD2.0
  • English SDH, French and Spanish subtitles
  • Deleted and Extended Scenes
  • The Creation of Law & Order: An interview with Dick Wolf about the creation of the series
  • Preview of Law & Order Interactive Game
  • Law & Order: The First Three Seasons
  • Jerry Orbach Tribute: Highlights from his time on the show with comments from “Law & Order” cast members, as well as “Trial by Jury”. Also includes commentary about Jerry from past cast members such as Dann Florek and Chris Noth
  • Jerry Orbach Profile: Commentary from Jerry Orbach, as well as clips from season three as he talks about the cast, characters and stories of Law & Order
  • America’s Top Sleuths
  • Homicide: Life on the Street Crossover Episodes
  • Jesse L. Martin Profile: An in depth one on one interview where he speaks about growing up, how he got into acting and much, much more
  • Fred Thompson Profile: An intimate sit down interview with the Senator where he speaks about how he became a part of the show
  • Set Tour with Jerry Orbach: Jerry Orbach takes the viewers on a walk thru the set. Showing all the ins and outs of the set
  • Interview with Forensic Scientist Park Dietz
  • Cast Member Profiles

No SRP is listed but Amazon.com have the list price as $699.99 (which they’ve cut to $489.99 at the time of writing).

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