West Wing-Complete 3rd Season (2001) - New!
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|This Election Day follow the riveting re-election campaign of President Josiah Bartlet in this 23-episode, 4 disc collector's set. Compelling and clever storylines focus on Bartlet's campaign and continue to reveal the inner workings of the White House in this innovative, multiple Emmy Award-winning drama series from producers John Wells ("ER," "China Beach"), Aaron Sorkin ("Sports Night") and Thomas Schlamme ("Sports Night").Presented with must-see bonus materials including an award-winning documentary, The West Wing's third season had 5 Emmy wins including, Best Drama Series and Outstanding Special Episode.|
Editor's NoteScreenwriter Aaron Sorkin's brilliant television drama THE WEST WING follows the hyperdramatic, behind-the-scenes moral struggles that accompany everyday political life in the White House. Starring Martin Sheen as President Jed Bartlet, the series addresses topical issues such as welfare reform and criminal executions while dissecting the interpersonal relationships among White House staffers with a fast-paced, cerebral style. Rounding out the topnotch cast are Rob Lowe, John Spencer, Bradley Whitford, Allison Janney, Richard Schiff, and the always-stellar Stockard Channing as First Lady Abbey Bartlet. This collection includes every episode from the series' third season.
Cast & Crew
|Aaron Sorkin - Write/Creator|
|Aaron Sorkin - Executive Producer|
|Alex Graves - Director|
|Bill Johnson - Editor|
|Chris Misiano - Director|
|Ken Hardey - Production Designer|
|Llewellen Wells - Producer|
|Mike Fash - Cinematographer|
|Thomas Schlamme - Director|
|Thomas Schlamme, Winner, Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series|
|Aaron Sorkin, Thomas Schlamme, John Wells, Kristin Harms, Llewellyn Wells , Winner, Outstanding Drama Series|
|Aaron Sorkin, Winner, Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series|
Golden Globe (2000)
|Martin Sheen, Nominee, Best Performance by an Actor in a TV-Series - Drama|