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  • Actors: Maurice LaMarche, Rob Paulsen, Joe Lala, Roddy McDowell
  • Directors: Tress MacNeill, Jon McClenahan, Mike Milo, Rusty Mills, Russell Calabrese
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Animated, Box set, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 4.0), 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: 4
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: June 19, 2007
  • Run Time: 470 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (60 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000O179IG
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #14,035 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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Some of the best animation ever.
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A Pinky and the Brain fan For life!
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Kyle Skelley on June 10, 2007
pinky and the brain has to be my favorite cartoon of all time. from bizzare plans to take over the world to even more bizarre plans to make those bizzare plans work, pinky and the brains shenanigans never get old. i grew up watching pinky and the brain, and they never get old. Strange and interesting characters, ranging from brains nemesis snowball, to pinky's horse/girlfriend, as well as the occasional anamaniac apperances, round out the outrageous cast of the show. The joy that they seem to take in slamming bill clinton and other famous figure (although mostly clinton), is just so infectious that you cant help but laugh. And even better are the deep themes that appear if you watch closely enough, but dont affect the hilarity of the show if you dont notice them, makes the show fun to watch for everyone. i even wrote a paper on one of the episodes for my compostion class. there will never be another cartoon of pinky and the brains caliber. this show is the perfect thing to enjoy with your children and friends. it may take some convincing to get them to watch, but once they do they will be hooked.

A Pinky and the Brain fan For life!
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Tim Coogan on August 24, 2007
It's their last hurrah in the third and final volume of Steven Speilberg's award-winning series as Pinky and the Brain continue their global conquest which will keep you laughing at each failure. (Even more of their attempts are shown in "Animaniacs, Vol. 3" also available.)

These 22 episodes on four discs include "But That's Not All Folks", "Broadway Malady", "Dangerous Brains", the three-part special "Brainwashed", and the Animaniacs themed "Star Warners".

This set also has a special feature called "It's All About the Fans" where the voices of the title rodent characters (Rob Paulsen and Maurice LaMarche) pay tribute to us fellow viewers.

Now that this is the last volume of this series, I wonder what will take its place when "Animaniacs, Volume Four" is out ? I hope it's "Tiny Toons Adventures". That would really be something to own on DVD. I'd really like to catch up on the crazy mis-adventures of Buster Bunny, Babs Bunny, Plucky Duck, and a whole lotta other Looney Tunes inspired characters. Yeah, I really hope that's in development.

Oh, wait. There's also "Pinky, Elmyra, and the Brain". The adventures of those little mice with big plans still continue, but under a new roof. The roof of the animal-loving Elmyra, who is another character from "Tiny Toons". I probably think that will be on DVD next. Either way, I really want to see some more classic Kids WB series on DVD for the first time. I don't mind waiting, that's for sure.
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19 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Mark Clegg on May 30, 2007
By the time this show reached its third season, the joke was getting a little thinly spread. The plots became further away from the initial concept of two lab mice wanting to take over the world and more a showcase for the two lead characters' interaction. This however is not a criticism.

In TV the word 'formula' is dreaded. However, here the characters remain so endearing that the blueprint of every plot being vitually the same did not matter.

Most episodes followed this arc: -

1. Brain has a bizarre idea as to how to take over the world

2. To carry out this plan some equipment/money is needed

3. Brain comes up with an even more bizarre way to get said equipment/money

4. The plan fails due to Pinky's stupidity

5. The initial plan to take over the world is abandoned

6. Start over tomorrow night

Although there are exceptions, that basically sums up this and the previous two seasons but as the saying goes - If ain't broke don't fix it - and this formula was one that bore a lot of comedy fruit.

This show certainly beats some of the dross that graces our screens these days and had the nerve to demand that its audience had some intelligence.

Not laugh-a-minute but still a classic.

Ps .

I still can't believe that no-one has decided to revive these characters to star in a live-action movie (with CGI P&B of course).
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Photoscribe on June 15, 2012
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Warner Bros. is an amazing outfit. Almost dying in the sixties, with De Patie-Freleng doing their animation work, and putting out some of the most formulaic swill imaginable in detective shows and westerns for TV, (except for "F-Troop", a sitcom staged like one of their old cartoons done live,) and after having the foresight to sign up Stanley Kubrick as their in-house cinematic "artiste" in the 70s, revived their animation department in the early nineties, and, while not as fluid and great as their golden stuff from the forties and early fifties, the writing was ingenious as h-e-double hockey-sticks, and this duo's antics were a prime example. Along with Slappy Squirrel, "Pinky and the Brain" was definitely one of the cleverest cartoon series ever written, as episodes like "Broadway Malady" bear witness. This is an episode with songs like "The Schoeden-Freude Polka", "I'm Going To Have To Hurt You" and "Angst!"...stuff so far over unit-aged kids' heads, it's incredible! Yes, the animation could be MUCH better, but when you're doing two or three animated series at once, I guess some compromises have to be made. I dunno... Disney didn't do TOO badly with their TV animation, and they were turning them out like fishcakes for a while there, too!

Anyway, buy or rent this collection, (I may buy all three eventually,) and I can assure you, you won't feel like a stupid jerk watching a kiddie cartoon! If anything, you'll need a thesaurus!!

Pinky and the Brain, Vol. 3
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Elmira?
No, the one you're thinking of is the weird spinoff: Pinky, Elmyra and The Brain. I doubt they'll release that on DVD; it was never very popular.
Jun 21, 2007 by Lauri Drosendahl |  See all 3 posts
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