Soprano Sue's Sightings
 

On April 25, 2007 marked the end of a huge part of my life. It is the day defined the words, "This is the end." It is a very sad day for me, today I will say my final good byes to people I have known for years. This has been, as one crew member put it, "this is a one in a life time thing, where you work with the same group of people for years and you eventually bond together to become family." This is what it was liike at the final on location filming of The Sopranos at Holsten's Ice Cream Parlor in Bloomfield, New Jersey.

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This is an example of a crew that has gone from co workers to part of a family that contributed to the creation of what will probably be known as "The Greatest Television Show of all Time" Better known to us, as The Sopranos. One of the tag lines early on, was "Family Redefined" which I can now say earned the title "Television Redefined"

 

 

 

This man may have muscles of steel, but he truly has a heart of gold.

 

 

 

A featured extra in the episode, they should have cast this guy earlier to teach Christopher Moltisanti and Paulie Walnuts some survival skills....

This is Uncle Steve. Steve is one of the kindest guys I ever met. In November, I brought my two neices (ages 6 & 9) who were visiting from California to a funeral scene being filmed at Cozzerelli's in Belleville. Steve took my neices on a tour of the set, like no other tour I ever got. The first and only stop was the craft table, which is loaded with sorts of goodies, like candy and cookies. He had them stuff thier pockets with all sorts of goodies, and if that wasn't even enough to make a kid happy, he took their knapsack and put some chips and soda in it. Talk about two smiling kids, Steve really made their day. Me, I got 2 neices who will always remember the day they went "treat or treating" at a Sopranos funeral.

Thank you Steve!

 

 

This is Holsten's, were the final scene was fimed. It may not be the final scene, but I am not in the editing room, so since I am doing this prior to viewing the finale.

 

 

 

One of these day I definately have to get one of these to pass over the commuting traffic on Route 3.

 

Above is a photo of Team Soprano - The Pride of the Garden State

 

To the right is Freddy, an indispenible member of the crew (he thinks so anyway). Freddy really like The New York Daily News....

 

 

 

 

The man pictured to the left is Tony Soprano's stand in. When they are setting up a scene, they will use him to adjust the lighting and camera angles. He is also one of the special people I will miss.

 

 

More of Team Soprano.

 

 

Another jacket I wouldn't mind owning.

I am truly happy to be part of history, the making of the the Greatest Show on Earth, The Sopranos! I appreciate all the wonderful people I have met, and loved every moment out there watching the filming of The Sopranos (even in the snow, the cold and the blistering heat). When I started doing Soprano Sightings in 2001, never to I think it would become what it is to me today. It inspired me to return to school and get a Certificate in Web Design, it improved my camera skills, and most of all, it was truly a one of a kind life experience, that has changed my life forever.

Thank you to everyone, who helped make my experience a once in a lifetime dream. I am truly thankful!

To all my friends I have met on the crew, the cast and the fans, I wish everyone the best, and please keep in touch, we share a bond that will stay will us forever! And if you ever need a website....

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