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  • Actors: Rob Morrow, Janine Turner, John Corbett
  • Format: Box set, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, Full Screen, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo)
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Universal Studios
  • DVD Release Date: March 28, 2006
  • Run Time: 1166 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (166 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000CQM4Z6
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #41,753 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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Special Features

Disc 1:
  • Deleted / Extended Scenes
  • Unexposed Footage

  • Disc 2:
  • Deleted / Extended Scenes
  • Deleted / Extended Scenes

  • Disc 3:
  • Deleted / Extended Scenes
  • Deleted / Extended Scenes
  • Northern Exposure Promos

  • Editorial Reviews

    Reunite with the eccentric and endearing folks of Cicely, Alaska, as Northern Exposure The Complete Fourth Season arrives on DVD! Nominated for an amazing 16 Emmy awards, including Outstanding Drama Series, this must-see season has Joel (Rob Morrow), Maggie (Janine Turner), "Chris-in-the-Morning" (John Corbett) and the rest of the town's residents in their most hilarious and heartwarming antics yet - from the arrival of a rock star to a totem pole war to the annual Mosquito Festival! And now, fans can see one of the most popular seasons ever in a newly digitally remastered format for unbelievable picture quality. Follow the moose north for critically acclaimed comedy and own all 25 groundbreaking fourth season episodes today!

    Customer Reviews

    Every night, we sit and watch several episodes.
    If that show that made little to no money can release their DVD set right, you think Universal could with the Northern Exposure set!
    The characters are well written as well as acted.
    Jill C. Butz

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    294 of 310 people found the following review helpful By Jake McKay on December 15, 2005
    Format: DVD
    Season Four of Northern Exposure introduces us to the strange "Bubble Man", depicts Chris flinging a coffin, and leaves us with a pregnant and musical Shelly. There's lots more to enjoy in this mid-series season!

    Here is a brief decription of each episode (from [...]%7Emcnotes/WhatEp.html )

    4.1 Northwest Passages

    To celebrate her thirtieth birthday, Maggie spends the weekend camping alone to reflect on her life and cleanse her soul. Marilyn asks Chris to help her learn how to drive. Maurice rambles endlessly into a recorder about his past in an attempt to write his memoirs.

    4.2 Midnight Sun

    Joel is "light loony" and, with his enormous amount of excess energy, coaches the Cicely Quarks in their annual basketball game against Sleetmute. An old friend (Gillis Toomy) drops in to visit Ruth-Anne and outfits the town from his collection of fashionable ensembles.

    4.3 Nothing's Perfect

    Chris kills a dog with his truck and quickly falls in love with its owner (Amy, the Pi Lady). Maurice buys an extremely expensive Augsburg clock and with its delivery comes a highly trained specialist to install it.

    4.4 Heroes

    Chris must decide what to do with his deceased friend's remains (Tooley). A heavy-metal rock star (Guest star Adam Ant) mistakenly arrives in Cicely instead of Sicily.

    4.5 Blowing Bubbles

    A mysterious new resident (Mike Monroe) quarantines himself in Cicely, arousing Maggie's interest and Joel's disbelief. Ruth-Anne must also cope with a new addition to the community - her materialistic son, Matthew, who gives up his career as an investment banker in Atlanta in search of a simpler life.

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    56 of 61 people found the following review helpful By keauxgeigh on December 2, 2006
    Format: DVD
    The replacement music on the DVDs has been such a mighty controversy regarding the release of NX on DVD. It's such a shame because I haven't heard of any other TV show being released on DVD that has had this problem.

    I loved the show, and I really didn't notice the replacement music on Seasons 1-3, so I thought it could be forgiven. I figured that the original music was an artistic decision on the part of the creators of the series. If they couldn't get the rights at an affordable price for the DVDs, they would have to make more artistic decisions regarding replacement music. How bad could it be? How far could they go wrong?

    Unfortunately, with Season 4, I am noticing it, and for me, I'm realizing how much the original choices of music were the heart of some scenes, and very often the heart of the all-important final scene, the one that leaves you with "that feeling". Often the music is essential for "that feeling".

    So I realize I fall into the "original music is essential" camp of NX fans. If the music isn't the heart of the show's emotions for you, great. But Season 4 is the last one that I'll buy unless they find a way to release the series with the original music.

    I'm glad I purchased seasons 1-4 to show my support (or else how else would they know how popular the show is so they can think about buying the rights to the original music), but I'm done with these DVDs. I'll watch them through and put them on a shelf, give them to relatives and hope they can get into them, but for my enjoyment, the original music was essential, and it's missing.

    Hopefully, they won't be like David Bowie CDs, undergoing 3 or 4 releases until hardcore fans give him the finger and say "F*** You, David, I've given you enough money. I'm sticking with the Rykodiscs" like I did.
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    63 of 72 people found the following review helpful By Rob Woodford on April 17, 2006
    Format: DVD
    I have all the episodes of Northern Exposure on VHS and have enjoyed them for several years now. It's my favorite television show; I've seen every episode multiple times.

    I've been fine with the DVDs but preferred the VHS tapes - despite their commercials, inferior quality, and slightly cut scenes - because, as many people have noted, the soundtracks on the DVDs for the second through fourth season have been changed.

    The fourth season has finally turned me against the DVDs, for a very personal reason.

    My favorite episode of Northern Exposure is "Nothing's Perfect," the third episode of the fourth season. The absolutely, positively most poignant few minutes of that show are hearing Danny Kaye's recording of "Inchworm" at the end of the episode. Truly, it's enough to make a person a little misty.

    Prior to the season four DVDs I grudgingly accepted the replacement music because it generally didn't grossly interfere with the telling of the stories. Yes, it was hard not to hear "Is That All There Is?" at Rick's funeral in season two, but I could deal with that.

    "Nothing's Perfect" is absolutely, positively not the same show without "Inchworm." I was relieved at first, because the DVD deceptively borrows a few lines of the song, but then it morphs into a song that has nothing to do with the theme of the show - as show which, as noted, is my favorite episode of my favorite television show of all-time.

    Universal Studios is known for giving reputable actors a lot of money to take part in cheesy films. I didn't know the same cheese factor applies to its television offerings, but I've learned that's the case.
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