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  • Actors: Gary Cole, Steven Colbert, Paget Brewster, Chris Edgerly, Maurice LaMarche
  • Directors: Richard Ferguson-Hull
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Animated, Closed-captioned, Color, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround), English (Dolby Digital 4.0)
  • Subtitles: Spanish, French, English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Turner Home Ent
  • DVD Release Date: July 24, 2007
  • Run Time: 163 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (37 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000PAAJZG
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #18,542 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law, Vol. 3" on IMDb

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HERE IT IS! HARVEY BIRDMAN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, THE THIRD DVD! Yep, that's right: THE THIRD DVD! How many shows can say they've got three DVD-- I'm sorry? All right. "Green Acres," but that was a classic. How many recent sho-- "Full House"? SIX DVDs?! You've gotta be kidding! Friggin Saget. All right, how many animated, 15 minute shows with horny hippopotami and nearly incenstuous one-eyed father/superhero daughter relationships have three DVDs? That's right, smart slacks: One. And it's "Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law." And this is its third DVD.

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Customer Reviews

We laughed so hard and so loud watching it!
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The only thing that made me sad about this DVD set was knowing that there are no follow on DVD sets to go with it.
Wyorattler
The writing is dirtier than the last two seasons, and the visuals are great.
Jay F

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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Eddie Brock on July 25, 2007
This third and final box set of [adult swim]'s Harvey Birdman: Attorney at Law contains some of the most in-joke filled episodes of the run as all of Harvey's previous cases in one form or another come back to say good-bye.

The episodes included:
Turner Classic Birdman
Free Magilla
Return of Birdgirl
Mindless
Identity Theft
Sebben and Sebben Employee Orientation
Mufti Trouble
Incredible Hippo
Babysitter
Birdnapped
Grodin
Juror In Court
The Death of Harvey

Most likely due to scheduling conflicts, Stephen Colbert takes a leave for three episodes and Phil Ken Sebban's absence is dealt with the typical Birdman humor we've come to love.

Gems in this last run would be Turner Classic Birdman, Sebben & Sebben Employee Orientation, Incredible Hippo, and Juror in Court. Extras are not fantastic, but still cool. The Joke Timeline is great, showcasing in order every 'HA HA HA!', 'Bear', 'Back Off!', or 'Mightor Cough.' Lost points, though, for no commentaries or interviews.

If you already have volumes 1 and 2, this is a no brainer.
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By N. Durham HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on May 26, 2007
Adult Swim's Harvey Birdman: Attorney at Law may have gone the way of the dodo, but the episodes collected in this third DVD volume feature more animated hysterics from the superhero turned lawyer. In this collection, Harvey (voiced by Gary Cole) has to deal with the death of Phil Ken Sebben (voiced by Stephen Colbert) as well as endure his high school reunion. Birdgirl (voiced by Paget Brewster) also returns, and there's even more insane and hilarious moments to come that make no sense whatsoever. If there's any drawbacks to these episodes, it's that once Colbert departed the show, he was sorely missed to say the least. His vocal talents as Phil Ken Sebben and Reducto was one of the best elements of the show, and while it was incredibly funny how his characters met their demise, his presence was still missed. That aside though, there's still great work from Cole, Thomas Allen as Peanut, the great John Michael Higgins as Mentok, and Chris Edgerly as Potamus. Not to mention that the "Sebben & Sebben Employee Orientation" episode, which spoofs orientation videos for new employees, is worth the price of admission alone. All in all, this is yet another Adult Swim DVD that is an essential pick up.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Stephen Payne on September 28, 2007
The third volume of Harvey Birdman is great conclusion to a sadly short-lived series. Okay, it was on the air for seven years, but there were only 39 episodes aired sporatically during that time, so it doesn't seem as long.

Standout episodes in the complitation are "Turner Classic Birdman," where the animators have fun inserting their own dialogue into footage from the original series (with knocks of course at the limited animation, continuity errors and other gaffaws prevalent in most of Hanna-Barbara's output from the era) "Sebben & Sebber Employee Orientation" which is a hilarious spoof of kind of soulless orientation crap people used to have to actually sit through, and of course the 30-minute series finale "The Death of Harvey Birdman" were our hero finally faces his destiny, raises to the challenge, and learns an important lesson about the destructive power of buses.

A great sendoff to a great series. Fight on, Harvey! Fight on!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Puppluv on April 4, 2010
I accidentally recorded this on my dvr recently and decided to watch it to see what it was. Harvey Birdman was defending Inch high Private Eye and it cracked me up. Some friends had told me years ago that "Adult Swim" was hilariously funny but there are only a few cartoons I love (being an adult, most are from childhood memories) but new toons, not so much so I never bothered to watch any of them on Adult Swim. It was so funny, I went to buy the show on dvd to see who else of my childhood favorites were in trouble with the law and the set was a bit expensive for me-for a cartoon of which I had only seen one episode. Recently, the short volumes went on sale for $10 and I bought one and laughed out loud until all the episodes were watched. I came back and I had to get them all!

Truthfully, life can be pretty difficult and a good laugh is a much needed treat and can be hard to find on tv since most of what hollywood types find funny is just vulgar or mean and funny at someone's expense. I don't usually find that funny, no matter who's expense it is at and whether I like the person/group or not, I prefer comedy that's just comedy with no message or stab at someone, with no intent to disrespect people-there's only a few comedies on tv these days that are just funny for the purpose of being funny. Did I think I would be resorting to cartoons? Um, no. Every single episode is freakin' hilarious. NOT FOR CHILDREN, but not offensive (so far) either.

The fact that he defends my favorite cartoon characters from the 70's is a great way to watch your old favorites in new material. I haven't seen them all yet but when I need a lightweight laugh with a bit of nostalgia built in, this is a really great show!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Weston Lusk on November 2, 2007
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The third season builds on every ongoing joke of the series until it's a never ending stream of laghter. The mystery of Phil Ken Sedden, that thing I sent ya, Birdgirl, and of course, Jessie Jackson. If your a fan it's for you, but I'd recomend seeing the first two seasons before, just where you can put all the it all together.
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