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My Little Pony: The Complete Series (Original)


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  • Actors: Bettina Bush, Susan Blu
  • Directors: Warren Batchelder
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Animated, Box set, Color, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Rated: G (General Audience)
  • Studio: Shout! Factory
  • DVD Release Date: September 30, 2014
  • Run Time: 720 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00KTFJ6DS
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,212 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

Editorial Reviews

Go Back To Where It All Started!


You’re invited to return to Ponyland, the home of all your favorite classic Little Ponies, including the Earth Ponies, Unicorns, Pegasus Ponies, Flutter Ponies, Sea Ponies, Baby Sea Ponies, their human friends Megan, Danny and Molly and, of course, their dragon friend, Spike! Together, they live a life of games, songs and harmony with allies like the Bushwoolies and Furbobs. But, occasionally, there are problems in Ponyland and the Little Ponies of Paradise Estate must face evil witches, goblins, Stone Backs, Grundles and more! Now you can come join in the fun and adventure with My Little Pony: The Complete Series!


Includes All 65 Episodes of My Little Pony!

Customer Reviews

Seriously... Give G1 a chance!
Richfiles
One look at "Rescue at Midnight Castle," "Return of Tambelon" among others can be downright creepy.
Stephen M. Sturgeon
The Rhino release is much cleaner and nicer as far as video quality.
Bob F.

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35 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Jessica on August 26, 2014
First of all, this was my FAVORITE show growing up! I am a mother of 4 now and my children share my love of ponies. My children have a FEW of the Original G1 episodes on DVD so I was VERY excited to find out about this new Complete Series release of this classic cartoon! I cannot wait to sit down with my little ones and re-watch my childhood!

*** Found this information at this website: http://www.bsckids.com/2014/08/my-little-pony-the-complete-series-coming-to-dvd-sept-30/

I have NO IDEA if any of these episodes are cut or uncut. I am just posting what I have found. For those of you who are contemplating buying "My Little Pony: Escape From Catrina And Other Adventures", ALL the episodes on that DVD are on the Complete Series set, though I do not know if anything is cut or uncut on that DVD either.
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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Stephen M. Sturgeon on September 30, 2014
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If you'd told me two years ago that I'd be a fan of My Little Pony, we would've had words. But once I took the plunge into FiM, I learned a really valuable lesson about passing judgement on a show before seeing it. It only seemed fair to give G1 a chance.

It took me a while to get into G1. At first there were so many 80's animation pitfalls that just couldn't be ignored. If you're familiar with a lot of 80's animation, you know what I mean. It really isn't any better or worse than most animation from the 80's. But let's just say it took me a while to get into it and I can see why some bronies rather not give it a chance.

But if you give it a while, give it a good solid chance, you'll find that G1 does have a charm all its own. It can be downright dark and forboding. One look at "Rescue at Midnight Castle," "Return of Tambelon" among others can be downright creepy. But then you also have the more light hearted episodes as well.

Over all, give it a while to sink in. If you're used to FiM and other cartoons of today, there's a bit of culture shock to get used to. But if you give it a chance, you should find something about it you like.

Just a couple notes. "Rescue at Midnight Castle" and "Escape From Catrina" aired as specials before the series proper started. They were later edited down quite a bit and aired later in the final season. The versions on this collection are the edited down versions.

Also, while the video quality is certainly better than the VHS rips you'll probably find on Youtube and it seems cleaned up rather nicely for this DVD release, it's still definetly 80's animation and could only be cleaned up so much.

Still, a solid release. If you're a brony, you've already taken the plunge to decide you liked FiM. I highly encourage you to take another plunge and really give G1 a chance.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on November 15, 2014
Remember when the little ponies actually did things OTHER than worry about their hair and worry themselves sick over Christmas presents and birthday parties? Remember when evil witches tried to drown the ponies in Smooz? Remember when evil centaurs turned the ponies into demons? Remember when greedy cats enslaved bushwoolies in order to make potions to keep her young? Remember it's actual PLOTS!? Then this show is for you.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on August 9, 2014
Based on one of the most beloved toylines of the 1980's, My Little Pony started out as a couple of animated specials and a feature film before finally becoming a cartoon series. It's various incarnations told the adventures of the little ponies and all of their friends as they lived in the beautiful Dream Valley. There were literally dozens of ponies of all different colors and they were divided into Earth ponies, Unicorns, and Pegasus ponies. All were fundamentally magical beings and each had a small picture on her back that reflected her name or personality.

The ponies' most cherished friend is Megan, a young girl of about 13 who was brought to Ponyland to help them in their darkest hour. She continued to visit her friends and often served as leader when trouble struck. Eventually, her younger brother Danny (probably 11) and sister Molly (around 9) met the ponies, and the three of them came to stay in Ponyland for extended visits.
There were many different beings who lived in Ponyland besides the ponies. Those who were seen most frequently were Spike (a baby dragon), the Moochick (an absent-minded magician), the Bushwoolies (multicolored fur balls who all seemed to act as one) and the Grundles (friendly troll creatures who tunneled underground). They were always willing to lend a hand when a lesson needed to be learned or villains threatened Dream Valley.

The show featured original songs and lessons about teamwork, love, kindness, and bravery. The stories began as 15-minute episodes, but eventually they were expanded into multi-part 15-minute episodes. These were shown alongside other cartoons in a half-hour block titled "My Little Pony and Friends" which included The Moon Dreamers and The Potato Head Kids before being given their own half-hour time slot.
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65 Episodes on 4 DVDs?
This is 65x11 Minute episodes which makes about 3 hours per DVD because originally all 65 MLP segments ran in a primetime show of My Little Pony & Friends with another segment of either the Potato Head Kids/Moondreamers/Glo Friends. But this set just features the My Little Pony Segments which is... Read More
Jun 11, 2014 by Stuart B. Shankland |  See all 4 posts
Between this and the Special's DVD?
Probably not a whole lot. I have the version of this that came out about 10 years ago, and there was no difference. They were thrown in and cut just like when they were on television.
Jun 26, 2014 by H. Weiss |  See all 2 posts
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