Original The Sopranos: A Family History bookstore standee poster for the Allen Rucker book based on the HBO television series

Allen Rucker (author)
David Chase (creator)

N.p. New American Library [NAL], 2000. Vintage "The Sopranos: A Family History" bookstore standee poster announcing the November publication of the 2000 Allen Rucker book, based on the HBO television series, with an unused cardboard easel attached to the verso (as issued).

Published following the series second season on November 1, 2000 by New American Library, "The Sopranos: A Family History" by Allen Rucker is an in depth guide to the fictional family, including Tony Soprano's childhood, the cast, and a synopsis of the first two seasons. Republished and updated for the third season in 2001. Rucker also co-authored the 2008 New York Times bestseller "The Sopranos Family Cookbook: as Compiled by Artie Bucco" with Michele Scicolone, and the 2008 book "Entertaining with the Sopranos," with Kathleen Renda and Michele Scicolone.

The groundbreaking television series followed Italian-American New Jersey mobster Tony Soprano in his attempts to balance the demands and challenges of his family life and the role of capo of the DiMeo crime family, including therapy with his Italian-American psychiatrist Jennifer Melfi. Winner of 21 Primetime Emmy Awards over its six season, eight year run.

Set in New York and New Jersey.

17 x 22 inches, mounted on cardboard. Very Good plus, with light edgewear, bumps to the corners, and a small crease to the far lower right side.

[Book #158631]