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Seinfeld: The Complete Series

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Editorial Reviews

No show captured the eccentricities of New York like the Larry David-created sitcom Seinfeld. Helping to define America's view of New Yorkers, the series gained endless fans over its nine season run. Though it wasn't the first show to assert the rudeness of Gotham's citizens, its characters are selfish to a fault--not that there's anything wrong with that. Self-obsessed comedian Jerry Seinfeld is joined in the cast by his neurotic ex-girlfriend, Elaine (Julia Louis-Dreyfus); his chronically lazy pal, George (Jason Alexander); and Cosmo Kramer (Michael Richards), who takes the sitcom cliche of the weird neighbor to impressive new heights. Despite their faults (or perhaps because of them), they're some of the most hilariously watchable characters in television history. The entire series is presented here.

Special Features

  • Features 32 DVDs with all 180 episodes
  • More than 104 hours of amazing extras
  • The Official Coffee Table Book: a 226-page bound anthology filled with photos, quotes, and trivia from every episode
  • Bonus disc featuring the reunion of the cast plus Larry David on the ninth anniversary of the series finale
  • Packaged in a handy collector's case that will look great on your shelf
  • Documentaries for all nine seasons
  • Inside looks
  • Not That There's Anything Wrong With That (bloopers)
  • In the vault (deleted scenes)
  • Yada Yada Yada (commentaries)
  • "Sein-Imation"
  • Notes about nothing

Product Details

  • Actors: Jerry Seinfeld, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Michael Richards, Jason Alexander, Ruth Cohen
  • Writers: Jerry Seinfeld, Larry David
  • Format: Box set, Closed-captioned, Color, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish, French, Portuguese
  • Region: Region 1 encoding (US and Canada only)
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  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 33
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: November 6, 2007
  • Run Time: 4121 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (395 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #45,522 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Seinfeld: The Complete Series" on IMDb

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To me, Seinfeld can basically be broken into three parts - seasons one and two where the series is just finding itself, seasons three through seven in which absolutely everything clicks due to the cast's great on-screen rapport and the genius of Larry David, and the last two seasons after Larry David's departure in which the focus shifted somewhat from a satirical look at the uglier side of human nature to zany comedy. Usually every episode was a stand-alone. In fact, some of the early episodes are so stand-alone as to have the audience wonder what happened. In season two's "The Deal", Elaine and Jerry decide to try combining their current friendship ("this") with their past by sleeping together ("that"). As George portends though, it is pretty much impossible to mix "this and that" without eventually losing both. The end of the episode shows Jerry and Elaine pretty much settling into "this that and the other" - a romantic relationship - and then the series just drops the subject like the whole episode never happened.

Occasionally Seinfeld would have a story arc of sorts. For example, in season four the show poked fun at network television executives and their decision-making process when George and Jerry wind up pitching the idea for "a TV show about nothing" to NBC. The two offer up what is essentially the script of the widely acclaimed Seinfeld episode "The Chinese Restaurant". The network suits are unimpressed. As an alternative George and Jerry present a ridiculous plot in which a judge sentences someone who has hit Jerry's car to be his butler. This time the suits are bowled over. Seinfeld also truly had a gift for entertaining while pushing the audience to the brink of offense.
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This box set (and by the way the TV show behind it) deserves every star it can possibly get. Offering us the long view on "Seinfeld," from day one to day last, it allows us to see the scope of this greatest of all television shows, transmogrifying itself from Jerry-In-Red-Sweatpants at the beginning to Jerry-In-Lear-Jet at the end, like the old drawing of Darwin's "ape-caveman-upright man" progression.

And we see that the ape era wasn't so bad, after all; in fact, looked at as part of the show's evolution, the first two seasons, while the writers and actors were finding their voices, were the truest period of all for the show. Scrambling (sometimes raging) to find something, ANYthing to make a show about, Larry David and Jerry Seinfeld plumbed the best of their depths, offering a crash course in late-20th century survival of the un-fittest. Even at its 4th-season artistic zenith, the show would never be this real.

With the whole thing here in one place, we can even see that there are periods to this show as with any longterm work. The first period (Seasons 1-2) is the most grounded in reality; the second period (Seasons 3-5) is the most artistically rich, where the show has truly found its niche and explores it like a kid in a Toys R Us with an unlimited charge account; the third period (Seasons 6-7) is the wheels-are-off-the-wagon period, where anything goes as long as it's funny, no idea is too insane; the fourth and final period (Seasons 8-9) is just as anything-goes but it gets just a bit too manic at times, and you occasionally lose the suspension of disbelief you need to enjoy any work of fiction.
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I was going to give this a 1 star rating but I love seinfeld way too much, my issue with this listing on amazon is that the price on this product when sold by amazon can go between 100-215 dollars. Im telling you put this on your wish list and watch almost every 2 days the price either dips or rises. Please... if you interested in this product... DO NOT BUY unless its at least under $130. I would hate to be anyone paying more than $130 for this item.
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I decided I wanted to get this set, at least think about it. Come to find a 4 star rating for this box set. I was surprised, since I feel this is a 5 star series. I thought, perhaps the set is defective or not done right or something, so I read the reviews, only to find out an otherwise 5 star average is brought down because of idiotic winers complaining about having bought the whole series for more already or something. I'm glad to see some others who have noticed this nonsense, so I'll add my two cents as well... If you purchased all of the series separately, I would think you would rate this 4 or 5 stars. Giving it one star because you somehow feel cheated is idiotic and unjust. That has nothing to do with a review of this set.

As others have pointed out, you pays your money, you takes your choice. You got to watch these as they came out. Are you sincerely surprised that the price is less now for the whole series? Wake up! Nearly every DVD I know of is most expensive when it comes out (excluding sales). You see, in a free market society, when you sell something, you set your price at market value. As demand subsides, you lower the price. I think it's called free enterprise, and is the basis of American marketing.

I bought Star wars when it first came out, and now that it's been re-released as a box set, do I give it one star because it's less than I paid? No! That makes absoulutely no sense. There's no reason this box set should be any less than 5 stars, so I had to add my 5 stars to counter these idiots. What a bunch of winers! Review the set next time, not your decision!
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I am holding out for a Blue-Ray set
Upon further review.. it turns out Seinfeld was filmed on 35mm stock with Panavision cameras. This means Warner Brothers can produce an HD version of Seinfeld at any time they want. The 16:9 35mm film stock shoots a 4:3 TV picture with a "safe zone" to the left and right covering an... Read More
Mar 6, 2009 by stlouisbrad |  See all 42 posts
But seriously, why are the dvds not in air date order?!

I know this is over 3 years late, but having just recently bought the complete series, I have been asking myself the same question. Why in the world would they do this? What sense does it make to the consumer? The consumer wants to watch the shows in the order they would have seen... Read More
Jan 25, 2012 by BTBR |  See all 4 posts
Is it me or did Michael Richards seem too uptight in the bloopers on...
A little late to respond but I would agree with that. He is a lot more serious than he acts. Plus you got to think these guys are shooting 10-12 hours a day, some times its the middle of the night. I can understand why it's so hard to not laugh at him but it means having to re do takes 5, 10+... Read More
Jul 30, 2012 by travis |  See all 2 posts
how much does it weigh ?
5 lb 15.2 oz

Brand new from Amazon.com
Dec 17, 2010 by KS Yeung |  See all 2 posts
How does math work!?
Ended up going with the individual seasons anyway. 78 bucks altogether.
Nov 29, 2011 by secondbushome |  See all 6 posts
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