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Unrelenting, powerful and full of twists, Law & Order remains TV’s longest running crime series of all time. Honored with 11 consecutive Primetime Emmy® Award nominations for Outstanding Drama Series and an amazing 50 Primetime Emmy® Award nominations since its inception, this acclaimed and intelligent series continues to captivate audiences with its provocative storylines ripped from today’s news headlines. And now, the entire Seventh Year—all 23 groundbreaking episodes—are available on DVD in this five-disc collector’s set. Carey Lowell joins returning stars Benjamin Bratt, Sam Waterston and Jerry Orbach as they take on new cases that deal with everything from explosive race relations to poisonous blood relations. Also featuring guest stars Taye Diggs, Edie Falco, Lauren Graham, Felicity Huffman, Jennifer Esposito and more, it’s hard-hitting viewing that sets the bar for every other legal drama ever made.


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  • Actors: Benjamin Bratt, Sam Waterston, Jerry Orbach, Carey Lowell
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Color, Dolby, DTS Surround Sound, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo)
  • Subtitles: Spanish
  • Subtitles for the Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 5
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Universal Studios
  • DVD Release Date: January 19, 2010
  • Run Time: 1080 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (66 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002UOMGWO
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #36,306 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Law & Order: The Seventh Year" on IMDb

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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Francis Amar on February 6, 2010
Format: DVD
One of my favorite seasons, Law and Order Season 7 has a little bit of everything. While one of the previous reviewers complains about what they call the predictable "body found-investigation-arrest-trial" pattern of Law and Order, what they fail to recognize is the case variety and the myriad issues involved that make each episode unique. While it's true that the show seems to follow a certain pattern, the underlying causes and the secondary issues at play in each episode makes the show relevant after all these years. While "Good Girl" and "Entrapment" return to the familiar Law and Order territory of racial conflict and and police misconduct rears its head in "Corruption", "I.D." deals with identity theft and sexual harrassment (from a judge), and "Mad Dog" deals with the controversial issue of dealing with rapists/sex offenders post-incarceration, to cite just two examples.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By FL. review on April 18, 2010
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If u love to watch law and order the way i do this is a must own season which includes some of the best episodes with detective Lenny Briscoe (Jerry Orbach ) and detective Ray Curtis ( Benjamin Bratt ) also joining the cast is newly appointed assistant Jamie Ross ( Carey Lowell ) to a.d.a Jack Mccoy (Sam Waterston ). Included in this season is a three part episode that takes the cast from new york to L.A. and back. also i could list every episode and main theme but that would take up too much space in my opinion this is one of the best season on sale to date and the season finale episode is one you will never forget. which takes the
D.A. adam schiff from a capitol punishment involved case to his personal decision on his wife's life who is on life support. I would definetly recommend this season this anyone who is a fan of law and order. ( i can't wait till season 8 goes on sale).
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By LactivistAnti-VaccineLiberal on February 17, 2013
Format: DVD
Because I am a HUGE fan of Benjamin Bratt (hence my screen-name!) the seasons where he appears (Seasons 6, 7, 8 & 9) are my ABSOLUTE FAVORITES (though since I really like Jill Hennessy/Claire Kincaid, I LOVE Seasons 4 and 5 as well) of the ENTIRE 20-season series of Law & Order

There are some seasons of Law & Order which are my favorites, and other seasons which I do NOT really like -- and its all based on the particular cast of characters (and actors/actresses) during that season.

I have many FAVORITE characters on the show, including Rey Curtis (obviously!), Jamie Ross, Claire Kincaid, Anita van Buren, Lennie Briscoe & Jack McCoy (of course!), Mike Logan, Abbie Carmichael, Ben Stone and Adam Schiff, and I LOVE the seasons they are in. But by the same token, I HATE Arthur Branch, Kevin Bernard, Cyrus Lupo & Ed Green, and I don't really like the characters of Michael Cutter, Serena Southerlyn, Alexandra Borgia, Connie Rubirosa, Nick Falco, Joe Fontana or Nina Cassady very much, so I HATE (or don't care very much for) the seasons that they are in.

Also, though I liked the CHARACTERS of Max Greevey, Phil Cerreta, Don Cragen & Paul Robinette, because there were NO women characters in the main cast, during the seasons in which they appeared (Seasons 1, 2, and 3) the show was way too male-heavy/male-centric.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By carol irvin TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on March 23, 2010
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This was early in the series and shortly after Sam Waterston came aboard as the assistant DA. He is absolutely fantastic in this role. This also is the time when the DA above him is played by the actor who played it best. Then among the police we have Jerry Orbach as the cop with the quips and he is marvelous too along with his take no prisoners female lieutenant. The stories remain a constant in this series, always following the headlines of the day. First the crime is committed, then investigated and solved by the police and then tried by the D.A.'s office. Frequently there is dissension about what the police want versus what the D.A.'s office can get. The biggest differences I find between the scripts of L&O right now from versus back then is that 1) the difference in how computers have taken over the L&O workplace, not to mention the crime it has added on and 2) the focus on terrorist activities. Other than these two differences in script themes though, it is basically murder, day in and day out, in New York City.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By 'Mez' on March 24, 2010
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I love this show so much! I just wish they would issue all the seasons.
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I watched Law & Order on Netflix, seasons 1-8, straight through. Unfortunately, Netflix had no seasons after 8 and, now, they don't have the rights to it any longer. I've been purchasing the seasons that I most enjoy and that I'll watch over and over. What I've found most interesting as I re-watch this season is my appreciation for Carey Lowell (Jamie Ross). Perhaps her talent and her character were overshadowed by the death of Claire Kincaid, which was a surprise to me when I first watched the show. Carey Lowell (Jamie Ross) is great, for a number of reasons. The contrast between Ross and Kincaid is also what the show needed rather than attempt to replace Kincaid with a similar character, which would have been doomed, given viewer fondness for Claire Kincaid (myself included). So what is it about Jamie Ross that sets her apart? In the beginning, it's clear that she pushes at McCoy's backing off on on "giving 'em the max." The after-effects of Season 6's last episode, which focused on the team witnessing a death-penalty lethal injection, appear to have left McCoy timid at the opening of the season, willing to cut deals that he'd have never considered in the past. Ross opens with: "Jack, I believe in monsters and things that go bump in the night, and may they all rot in hell." Ross' aggressiveness and unwillingness to defer to McCoy are new experiences for him, I think. Ross is more sexualized than Kincaid, but appropriately so. She carries herself more as a woman (she's not rail-thin, barely filling out her business suit) and she'll connect with people in a more emotional manner than did Kincaid. I find her interesting as a woman. Kincaid's feminism was often dismissed by Schiff and McCoy, and I think that Claire deferred more than she'd have liked.Read more ›
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