The Sopranos - Season 5 - Robert Loggia as Michele "Feech" La Manna, Steve Buscemi as Tony Blundetto
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The Sopranos - "Fuck you Paulie. Captain or no captain, right now we're just two assholes lost in the woods" #GangsterFlick

The Sopranos - "Fuck you Paulie. Captain or no captain, right now we're just two assholes lost in the woods" #GangsterFlick

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See photos from The Sopranos episodes, red carpet events and get the latest cast images and more on TVGuide.com

See photos from The Sopranos episodes, red carpet events and get the latest cast images and more on TVGuide.com

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Christopher and Tony...The Sopranos...one of my all time favorite shows.
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The Sopranos - "All due respect, you got no f*cking' idea what it's like to be number one" by Martin Woutisseth #GangsterFlick

The Sopranos - "All due respect, you got no f*cking' idea what it's like to be number one" by Martin Woutisseth #GangsterFlick

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Rusty Millio (Frankie Valli) - Valli made several appearances in Seasons 5 and 6 of the HBO series The Sopranos, as mobster Rusty Millio (once referred to as "The Mayor of Munchkin Land"). Also, his and the Four Seasons' music is heard in other Sopranos episodes, especially in the one eponymously titled "Big Girls Don't Cry".

Rusty Millio (Frankie Valli) - Valli made several appearances in Seasons 5 and 6 of the HBO series The Sopranos, as mobster Rusty Millio (once referred to as "The Mayor of Munchkin Land"). Also, his and the Four Seasons' music is heard in other Sopranos episodes, especially in the one eponymously titled "Big Girls Don't Cry".

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Since that controversial last episode of The Sopranos, in June 2007, the cast and crew have never spoken so candidly about the show that changed both their lives and the showbiz landscape. With creator David Chase leading the way, Sam Kashner gets a behind-the-scenes history of a national obsession as James Gandolfini, Edie Falco, Michael Imperioli, and other Sopranos

Since that controversial last episode of The Sopranos, in June 2007, the cast and crew have never spoken so candidly about the show that changed both their lives and the showbiz landscape. With creator David Chase leading the way, Sam Kashner gets a behind-the-scenes history of a national obsession as James Gandolfini, Edie Falco, Michael Imperioli, and other Sopranos

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