Not Just the Best of the Larry Sanders Show

Not Just the Best of the Larry Sanders Show

Director: Alan Myerson, David Mirkin, Dennis Erdman
Cast: Garry Shandling

DVD

Overview

From 1992 through 1998, the Emmy and Cable Ace Award-winning comedy series The Larry Sanders Show gave late night television talk show fans a tantalizing taste of the conversations that happen not only before and after the show, but during the commercial breaks as well. With appearances by numerous celebrities and hilarious performances by Rip Torn as abrasive producer Artie, Jeffrey Tambor as insecure sidekick Hank, and of course Garry Shandling as the self-loathing host of the eponymous talk show, The Larry Sanders Show pulled back the curtain to reveal the inner-workings of television's most enduring format. Now fans of The Larry Sanders Show can own twenty-three of the series' most memorable episodes in this four-volume set that also includes commentaries, documentaries, and interviews with such popular series regulars as Jon Stewart, Alec Baldwin, David Duchovny, and Ellen DeGeneres.

Product Details

Release Date: 04/17/2007
UPC: 0043396102965
Rating: NR
Source: Sony Pictures
Time: 9:39:00

Special Features

Garry Shandling's personal visits; Cast & guest star interviews; Feature-length documentary; Deleted scenes; Audio commentaries

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Not Just the Best of the Larry Sanders Show 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
If you enjoy humor black, acerbic and bittersweet, this DVD is for you. This behind-the-scenes look at the talk show world of the early 90s is hysterically funny. Shandling's low-key neurosis anchors the show. Allowing Rip Torn and Jeffrey Tambor to practically eat the scenery. The celebrities playing themselves are all excellent. Shout-outs go to Carol Burnett, Elvis Costello & David Duchovny. I could live without the self-indugent interviews between Shandling and assorted cast & guest stars. (My only caveat). I only wish they would put out each individual season.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago