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    'Sopranos' Creator David Chase Discusses the Unknown Facts of the Show and Its Infamously Ambiguous Finale

    There isn't a "Sopranos" fan alive who wouldn't kill to know how the series actually ended. With a cut to black that caused half the show's viewers to assume they'd experienced a power outage, the final episode gave us what is arguably the most notoriously ambiguous ending of any television program ...

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    Steve Buscemi and 'Sopranos' Creator David Chase Discuss Why Television Loves Its Antiheroes

    Two of HBO's finest, Steve Buscemi and David Chase, spoke about why so many of TV's best characters are morally corrupt?

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    'The Sopranos' Creator David Chase Puts On 'Little Black Dress' For His Directorial Feature

    As the writer and creator of the groundbreaking, bar-setting, measuring-stick-by-which-all-others-are-judged "The Sopranos," David Chase's legacy is set. Everything else from here on out is gravy, and if it even approaches the ballpark of quality of his HBO series, that will be an accomplishment alo...

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    David Chase Eulogizes James Gandolfini: 'I tried to write a traditional eulogy, but it came out like bad TV'

    James Gandolfini's funeral was held this morning at the Cathedral Church of Saint John the Divine in New York. Among the mourners were his "Sopranos" castmates as well as the show's creator, David Chase, who offered a eulogy for his friend and colleague.

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    'The Sopranos' Creator David Chase's Must See Movies Include 'Barry Lyndon,' 'Bicycle Thieves,' 'Something Wild' & More

    There’s a fun little series on NPR, titled “Watch This,” which occasionally takes a look at the favorite films from filmmakers such as William Friedkin, Paul Feig, and Kevin Smith. The latest edition features “The Sopranos” creator David Chase and it’s filled with a lot of interesting choices. It’s ...

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    20 Years of TV: How HBO Paved the Way for Television to Be Taken Seriously

    Any look at the artistic renaissance in television would be incomplete without HBO. From its start in 1972, its status as a premium cable channel afforded HBO permission to say those famous seven words you can't say on standard TV, as well as more graphic violence and nudity.

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    Review: Rock 'N' Roll Dreams Are Fleeting & Familiar In David Chase's Uneven 'Not Fade Away'

    For a film that’s ostensibly set to the vibrant pulse of early ‘60s rock 'n' roll and blues -- The Rolling Stones, the early Beatles, Bo Diddley, etc. -- David Chase’s directorial debut, “Not Fade Away,” sure has a curious, circuitous and eventually long-winded tempo. Set in 1964, just a few months ...

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    Watch: 'The Sopranos' Creator David Chase Makes the Move to the Big Screen With 'Not Fade Away' Trailer (VIDEO)

    "The Sopranos" creator David Chase's feature-film debut, "Not Fade Away," failed to impress the majority of critics upon its unveiling last week at the still-ongoing New York Film Festival. Now that the trailer has been released we're starting to see why. A coming-of...

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    NYFF: David Chase & Steve Van Zandt Talk The Music That Drove Them To 'Not Fade Away'

    As the movie entered common film-buff conversation, talk persisted that David Chase’s directorial debut “Not Fade Away” was autobiographical. The creator of “The Sopranos” had crafted a nostalgic tale set in the era in which he came of age, with a young group of mavericks dreaming of stardom from th...

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    NYFF Review: Rock 'N' Roll Dreams Are Fleeting & Familiar In David Chase's Uneven 'Not Fade Away'

    For a film that’s ostensibly set to the vibrant pulse of early ‘60s rock 'n' roll and blues -- The Rolling Stones, the early Beatles, Bo Diddley, etc. -- David Chase’s directorial debut, “Not Fade Away,” sure has a curious, circuitous and eventually long-winded tempo. Set in 1964, just a few months ...

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