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  • Actors: Miley Cyrus, Billy Ray Cyrus
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: G (General Audience)
  • Studio: Walt Disney Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: June 26, 2007
  • Run Time: 91 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #57,044 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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Special Features

"The Real Miley Cyrus" -- Spend A Fun-Filled Day With Miley, Her Family And The HANNAH MONTANA Co-Stars

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You've got an all-access pass to the exciting life of a celebrity in HANNAH MONTANA: POP STAR PROFILE! Relive Hannah's drama when another big star comes on the scene and shakes things up. Plus, meet Miley Cyrus's real-life family and experience Hannah live in concert! There's a new kid in town, and he might just be more popular than Hannah Montana! Not only is Jake Ryan (Cody Linley) a hottie, he's also a famous actor and the star of his own TV series. While "Miley" tries to keep her superstar identity (and her secret crush) under wraps at school, "Hannah" winds up guest starring on his show -- with an on-screen kiss! As usual, her friends and family come to the rescue, but not before she makes her way through all sorts of hilarious adventures and learns not to judge people -- especially celebrity-type people -- by appearances alone. Y'all are gonna love being insiders in Hannah Montana's rockin' world!


Stardom can be a heavy burden for a teenager, but Miley Stewart (Miley Cyrus) has always risen above the temptation to flaunt her fame, and firmly resolved to keep her true identity as teen rock star Hannah Montana a secret from her classmates, in favor of being perceived as a typical teenager. Miley's resolve begins to falter in this foursome of episodes when famous television star Jake Ryan (Cody Linley) suddenly shows up as a new student in Miley's class. Initially assuming that Jake is just another snooty superstar, Miley's distaste quickly turns to confusion and jealousy over all the attention her fellow students, including her smitten best friend Lilly (Emily Osment), are lavishing on him. Miley's inner turmoil results in an impulsive confession of her true identity to Jake and a local reporter. Miley's father Robbie Stewart (played by Miley's real-life father and famous country musician Billy Ray Cyrus) helps convince the local reporter that Miley is just another drama-loving teenager with grandiose dreams and typically wacky schemes. A visit from Aunt Dolly (played by country music icon Dolly Parton) helps Miley realize the importance of taking chances and reaching for her dreams. In the end, everyone learns an important lesson about being open-minded and staying true to one's goals and beliefs. Bonus features include a "Nobody's Perfect" stage performance video and a brief "The Real Miley Cyrus" featurette in which Miley talks about her childhood, home life, and relationship with her co-stars. (Ages 7 and older) --Tami Horiuchi

Customer Reviews

Our Grand daughter loved the DVD!
me carolyn
I have to admit this is one show they watch that I even like to watch with them.
Mom of three
It's written at her level, it teaches good lessons, and it's funny.
Julie Neal

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43 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Alexander Heaukulani on May 17, 2007
Hannah Montana is a cute show about a 14 year old girl living a double life. By day she is Miley Stewart, an average teen girl living an average life, but by night she's Hannah Montana, teen pop sensation. Miley usually likes to keep her second life on the down low but in this collection she is tempted to throw caution to the wind and reveal her secret to the world.

Jake Ryan, a famous TV actor, enrolls at Miley's school and unlike her he absorbs all the attention. Jake gets everything his heart desires while Miley starts to get shafted (her locker is even moved to the basement to make room for Jakes mega star locker). Miley gets really irritated with the way everyone drools over Jake when she is just as (and maybe even more) famous then he is. Later on, however, she starts to see another side of Jake Ryan and a little crush develops.

This collection contains four episodes all revolving around Miley and Jake's relationship:

The New Kid in School:

Jake Ryan enrolls at Miley's school. She gets irritated with the way he gets special treatment.

More Then a Zombie to Me:

Hannah Montana gets a role on Jake's TV show. Miley discovers that she really does like Jake.

Good Golly, Miss Molly:

Miley loses a video tape of her confessing her love for Jake. Somehow it ends up in his possession. She needs to get it back.

People Who Use People:

Miley and Jake 'date' other people to make each other jealous. Jake and Miley confess their feelings for each other and become a couple, for a few minutes anyway.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Julie Neal VINE VOICE on June 29, 2007
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If you've got a 'tween- or teen-age girl, "Hannah Montana" is a sitcom you WANT her to watch. It's written at her level, it teaches good lessons, and it's funny.

The Disney Channel show concerns the double life of Miley Stewart, a smart -- but not all that popular -- brunette 8th grader who at night secretly dons a blond wig to become Hannah Montana, a famous pop singer. The series stars real-life daughter-father Miley and Billy Ray Cyrus, and, as a running joke, makes liberal fun of Billy Ray's past career as a mullet-topped country singer. Remember "Achy Breaky Heart"?

Despite its "Pop Star Profile" subtitle, this DVD is not a profile of either Miley Cyrus or her Miley Stewart/Hannah Montana character. Instead, it's all about boyfriends. Specifically, the disc contains the four episodes from the show's first season (from way back in 2006, when its characters were in 8th grade) that focus on Miley's budding relationship with Jake Ryan, a new kid in school who's also a famous television star and soon the girl's first crush. The episodes piece together into one storyline, so if you watch them with the "Play All" feature they become, in essence, a 90-minute movie.

Besides the fact that these four episodes are some of the funniest in the series, what I liked best about them is how they portray a middle-school girl. Miley is smitten by Jake and not afraid to flirt with him, but always thinks for herself and never dresses like a street tart. Though as light as cotton candy, the programs are also thoughtful and well grounded.

By the way, Miley's Hannah Montana alter ego only appears once in these shows, in a brief scene where she's made up as a zombie.

The disc has two short bonus features.
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Ken Fontenot VINE VOICE on August 6, 2007
"Hannah Montana-Pop Star Profile" takes four episodes of the highly popular Disney Channel series and boxes them into one disc which includes a brief feature on Miley Cyrus (Hannah/Miley Stewart) and a concert performance from the series. The four episodes focus on the relationship between Hannah and her secret crush, Jake Ryan (Cody Linley). For those unaware, Miley is the daughter of Billy Ray Cyrus of "Achy Breaky Heart" fame. Sure, that was his first and biggest hit, but there's a whole lot more to the man than that one song. He struggled for a long time with his band in order to make it. Unfortunately the Nashville machine destroyed a wonderful star before he really ever got started with his commercial success. Those years of struggle (and some solid values) bleed through on this DVD and the TV series as a whole. Cyrus' daughter doesn't dress or act like a tramp, respects her dad and other elders (as witnessed with her interaction with the legendary Dolly Parton who shows up as her aunt on one of the episodes), and is generally a very good kid. That, my friend, is rare in Hollywood these days.

The tween and early teen stars of the show are actually very fun to watch, and pull off some very comedic moments for kids and adults without having to make vulgar remarks or resort to sophomoric humor to get a laugh. Yes, it can get silly and giggly at times, but that's what life is like for youngsters between the ages of ten and fourteen. Cast members include Emily Osment (Lilly), Mitchel Musso (Oliver), Billy Ray Cyrus (Robbie) and Jason Earles as Miley's goofy brother, Jackson.

To top things off, the music featured in the series is actually very good pop music. It's clean, inoffensive pop that's never boring.
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