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Soleil Moon-Frye stars as the orphaned little girl with an indomitable spirit, who, with her faithful dog Brandon, brings light and laughter into the life of a grumpy, old photographer played by George Gaynes.
Punky Brewsters' first season from 1984 on NBC was a Sunday night hit - and this box set features all 23 episodes!
Interviews with cast & crew
2 hours of the popular Saturday morning cartoon, Its Punky Brewster, featuring many of the voices from Punky Brewster.
Gaynes's autumnal Henry is the gruff-but-lovable loner who discovers 8-year-old, abandoned Punky (Soleil Moon Frye) squatting with her golden lab puppy, Brandon, in an empty apartment across from his own. With great reluctance, Henry allows the loquacious, spunky Punky to stay with him until she's situated with Chicago's youth services, then misses her the moment she's gone. After a cute showdown with officials in court (Punky cracks wise atop the judge's desk), Henry and his moppet become a family, and the series explores the many ways in which the duo (well, Henry, actually) learns to accommodate a shared life. In "Punky Gets Her Own Room," the impetuous heroine turns Henry's dusty study into a brightly painted bedroom, much to her new dad's shock. "Parents Night" finds Henry annoyed that he's supposed to show up at his charge's school when he'd rather be working. Punky Brewster's initial 22 episodes wisely allowed the core relationship between man and girl to settle before introducing other significant characters and story threads. By the season's middle, however, other relationships and conflicts develop, including a romance for Henry and trouble with bullies at school. It's all good, family entertainment that doesn't condescend. Special features include three segments from the subsequent, animated It's Punky Brewster series. --Tom Keogh
If you haven't seen all 4 seasons of "Punky Brewster" you are pretty much missing out. A real good treat for any person born in the 80's (like myself) or an 80's fanatic.Published 6 days ago by Rafael Herbert
Shipped quickly, and it was fun to show my 11 yr old daughter another show that I watched at her age. She enjoys them, and has watched the entire season.Published 1 month ago by hillpeople
I loved this show when I was 8 now my daughter loves this show. I'm glad I can get her to watch tv shows I've watch as a child. All the crap this on tv these days not goodPublished 1 month ago by Julie
I used to watch it when I was younger, I like the old showsPublished 2 months ago by Rebecca Pierce