THE SOPRANOS TV CAST - SCRIPT SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: LORRAINE BRACCO, JAMES GANDOLFINI, STEVEN VAN ZANDT, TONY SIRICO, EDIE FALCO, ROBERT ILER, STEVE SCHIRRIPA, DOMINIC CHIANESE, AIDA TURTURRO, FRANK VINCENT, RAY ABRUZZO - HFSID 273186
Sale Price $1,487.50
PILOT FOR THE CRITICALLY ACCLAIMED AND AWARD-WINNING HBO MOB DRAMATHE SOPRANOS: JAMES GANDOLFINI, EDIE FALCO, LORRAINE BRACCO, RAY ABRUZZO, DOMINIC CHIANESE, STEVE SCHIRRIPA, ROBERT ILER, TONY SIRICO, AIDA TURTURRO, STEVEN VAN ZANDT and FRANK VINCENT. Script signed: "Robert/Iler", "Tony Sirico", "Dominic Chianese", "Steve Schirripa", "Edie Falco", "Frank/Vincent", "J Gandolfini", "Stevie V Z", "Aida Turturro", "Ray/Abruzzio", "Lorraine Bracco" 66p, 8½x11, separate sheets. Headed: "THE SOPRANOS/'The Sopranos'/Pilot/Written and Directed by/David Chase". The production draft was dated: "7/16/1997". Chase later became Executive Producer of the series. The Sopranos, the multi-Emmy Award- and multi-Golden Globe-winning HBO series about a New Jersey crime family headed by Tony Soprano, JAMES GANDOLFINI (1961-2013), completed its seventh and final season in early 2007. This script begins by introducing Soprano to Dr. Jennifer Melfi, LORRAINE BRACCO (b.1954), in her office, where he has been sent after suffering what was said to be a panic attack.EDIE FALCO (b.1963) co-starred as Carmela Soprano, DOMINIC CHIANESE(b.1931) portrayed Junior Soprano, ROBERT ILER (b.1985) played AJ Soprano, STEVEN VAN ZANDT (b.1950) was Silvio Dante and TONY SIRICO (b.1942) was Paulie "Walnuts" Gualtieri. AIDA TURTURRO(b.1962) was featured as Janice Soprano from 2000-2006, RAY ABRUZZO (b.1954) was "Little" Carmine Lupertazzi, Jr. from 2002-2006 and FRANK VINCENT (b.1939) appeared as Phil Leotardo from 2004-2006. All dates are current as of November 2006 and do not reflect cast changes in the 2007 season. Steve Schrripa, the former entertainment director of the Riviera Hotel in Las Vegas, is perhaps best known for his role as Bobby "Bacala" Baccilieri, Uncle Junior's right hand man, on the award-winning HBO series, The Sopranos. Slightly creased. Three file holes at blank left margin, bound together by two brass fasteners. Fine condition.
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