Boston Legal-Season 4 (2007)
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David E. Kelley Productions Presents...
|"The quirky characters at Crane Poole & Schmidt are at it again, bringing the most outrageous and often times improbable cases to court.|
This five disc collection includes all 20 episodes from Season Four of Boston Legal!"
"Nobody does lawyer comedy dramas quite like David E. Kelley. Brett Cullum, DVD Verdict
"...one of TV's most entertaining, intelligent shows...inventive acting and splendid chemistry... Kim Morgan, Reel.com
"Poetically demented. Seattle Post-Intelligencer
"This wonderfully executed eccentricity of a show couldn't be any more charmed. TV Guide
Editor's NoteBOSTON LEGAL, a wry courtroom television show that walks the line between drama and comedy, is the creation of perennial hit-maker David E. Kelly (ALLY MCBEAL, PICKET FENCES). The series revolves around the Boston litigation law firm of Crane, Poole, & Schmidt, and in particular two eccentric and flawed attorneys, Alan Shore and Denny Crane. Shore, an unscrupulous and wily ambulance chaser and womanizer (played with sly charm by James Spader), finds an uneasy alliance with Crane, a bombastic, self-aggrandizing, and occasionally batty elder lawyer (William Shatner in an Emmy-winning performance). Despite their ethical and emotional deficiencies, Shore and Crane usually find themselves fighting on the right side, as they take up cases that no one else is willing to touch. Candice Bergen also stars as Shirley Schmidt, a lawyer who joined the firm despite having some past history with both Crane and Shore. TV court veteran John Larroquette joins the cast in this exceptional fourth season.
Cast & Crew
|Gary Anthony Williams|
|David E. Kelley - Creator|
|Jeff Bleckner - Director|
|Bill D'Elia - Director|
|Bill D'Elia, Nominee, Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series|
|Clark King, et. al., Nominee, Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy or Drama Series (One-Hour)|
|David E. Kelley, et. al., Nominee, Outstanding Drama Series|
|Candice Bergen, Nominee, Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series|
|Christian Clemenson, Winner, Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series|
|Craig Hunter, et. al., Winner, Outstanding Single-Camera Sound Mixing for a Series|
|Ken Miller, Nikki Valko, Nominee, Outstanding Casting for a Drama Series|
|Michael J. Fox, Nominee, Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series|
|Philip Carr Neel, Nominee, Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Drama Series|
|James Spader, Winner, Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series|
|William Shatner, Winner, Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series|
Golden Globe (2005)
|William Shatner, Winner, Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Series, Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television|