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Ed, Edd 'n' Eddy - Season 1, Vol. 1

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Product Description

Six new episodes from our three favorite suburban neighborhood friends (Ed, Edd and Eddy) who are linked by one common goal in life--coming up with schemes to make money so they can buy delicious jaw breakers. Armed with pimples, big feat and oily hair, "The Eds" plunge headlong into outlandish summertime adventure.

DVD Features:
Featurette:Two Featurettes: 1) Plank's Perspective; 2) My Best Freind Plank
Other:Club Ed: The Rules and Regulations

The premier DVD of one of Cartoon Network’s hottest commodities is a compilation of six Ed, Edd n Eddy episodes from its debut 1999 season, brandishing its unique style of adolescent schtick from creator Danny Antonucci ("Lupo the Butcher," "The Brothers Grunt"). School’s out and this trio of Eds are beating the heat in the best way they know how: concocting their next scam while avoiding life’s greatest mystery--girls. Whether babysitting Ed’s demanding sister in "Sir Ed-a-lot," or contending for the best swimming hole in "Hot-Buttered Ed," these musketeers of puberty always get the last word. The best of the bunch is "Avast Ye Eds," where the boys launch their newest entrepreneurial endeavor, "Eddy’s Creek Cruise Line" only to come under attack by a racy raft of pirates, the Kanker Sisters ("Alas, the sea is a cruel mistress"). Antonucci’s gag-driven cartoons are well-crafted animations replete with witty dialogue, vibrant colors, and creative storylines, hinting at influences as far-reaching as Buster Keaton, Hal Roach, Mack Sennett, Vaudeville, and "The Three Stooges." (Ages 8 and older) --Lynn Gibson

Special Features

  • Six episodes
  • Club Ed: The Rules and Regulations
  • My Best Friend Plank music video
  • Plank's Perspective
  • Cartoon Network bonus toon: The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy in "Nursery Crimes"

Product Details

  • Actors: Matt Hill, Sam Vincent, Tony Sampson, Tommy Karlsen, Erin Fitzgerald
  • Directors: Marlene Robinson May
  • Writers: Danny Antonucci, Geoff Berner, John Mein
  • Producers: Dan Sioui
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Animated, Closed-captioned, Color, Dubbed, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo), French (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo), Spanish (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo)
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish, French
  • Dubbed: French, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    Not Rated
  • Studio: Turner Home Ent
  • DVD Release Date: May 10, 2005
  • Run Time: 30 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (142 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0007MSU2G
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #63,331 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Ed, Edd 'n' Eddy - Season 1, Vol. 1" on IMDb

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Yeah, yeah, I know what you're thinking. It's about time the Ed Boys came out by seasons. Why, you ask, did Cartoon Network release two single disc DVDs before this entire first season set? Who knows? Maybe it was one of Eddie's scams. Those volumes, Edifying Ed-Ventures and Fool's Par-Ed-Ise only had six shows each. But here, at last is the Ed-ertainment value of the year: all thirteen episodes (each consisting of two cartoons) from season one on two single discs (with four special features), and at a price that leaves enough left for jawbreakers.

If you did buy the two single disc volumes (like me) the cartoons, "Sir Ed-A-Lot" "Who, What, Where Ed" and "Avast Ye Eds", from the first volume are also on the Season One set. "Fool on the Ed" repeats from the second volume.

Season one includes these episodes:

1. "Pop Goes the Ed" and "Over Your Ed"

2. The Ed-Touchables" and "Nagged to Ed"

3. Sir Ed-A-Lot" and "A Pinch to Grow an Ed"

4. "Dawn of the Eds" and "Vert-Ed-Go"

5. "Read All About Ed" and "Quick Shot Ed"

6. "An Ed Too Many" and "Ed-n-Seek"

7. "Look into My Eds" and "Tag Yer Ed"

8. "Fool on the Ed" and "A Boy and His Ed"

9. It's Way-Ed" and "Laugh Ed Laugh"

10. "A Glass of Warm Ed" and "Flea Bitten Ed"

11. "Who, What, Where, Ed!" and "Keeping Up with the Eds"

12. "Eds-Aggerate" and "Oath to an Ed"

13. "Button Yer Ed" and "Avast Ye Eds"
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Get your buttered toast and pull up a seat; it's finally here, this Ed-citing Ed-stravaganza on DVD. Even the witty title and excellent cover art will have Ed heads slaverying like unsuspecting victims of Eddy's latest scam; it's the un mistakeable Antonucci magic. Volume One contains six Ed-ventures: Sir Ed-a-Lot; Who, What, Where, Ed; Avast Ye Eds; Know-It All Ed; Mirror, Mirror, on the Ed; Hot-Buttered Ed. Plus--get ready-- you get a bonus 'toon of Billy, Mandy and Grim, Nursery Crimes. Throw water on anyone who's fainted because there's still more to come. The Plank video! "My Best Friend Plank" the friendly update of Harry Nilson's theme from "The Courtship of Eddy's Father." Get it, Eddy's father! How many injokes are in this show anyway? Could it be better? Sure-- how about all of season one together in a Golden Collection like the Jetsons and the Flintstones? Is Cartoon Network testing the waters, like they think it won't sell? C'mon! Have you ever seen Ed, Edd and Eddy? The character designs? The background graphics? The witty writing and clever dialogue? This is one cartoon I'm waiting for Warners to merchandise: I want my supersoaker to look like a Canadian squirtgun. I want to own crazy low tech gadgets from double D's fertile brain. AKA Cartoon must be a pretty fun place to work because laughter comes easy in this good-natured cartoon, which tops my most-watched 'toons list (check out the interview with Danny A. at So when do the Eds get the star treatment? Sure I bought this single DVD--any Eds is good Eds, but as with ReBoot, Pinky and the Brain and The Alvin Show, I'm eagerly awaiting the boxed set.
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Ed Edd n Eddy is a great cartoon depicting life as a suburban preteen. The plot basically revolves around three neighborhood outcasts who join forces to obtain money, jawbreakers, or both. They have constant run-ins with the local kids, most of whom don't like them very much. Almost all the characters in the show are perfect spoofs of social molds:

Ed is the local idiot. He makes Forrest Gump look like a genius by comparison. He is a complete slob and often messes up Eddy's scams, but is still a loyal friend and very lovable.

Catch phrase(s): "Buttered toast!", "Gravy!", "I love chickens, Eddy!"

Edd (aka Double D) is the smartest and most mature of the Eds. He is often the voice of reason and caution, but usually comes off as an annoying goody-goody worrywart. He also has something hidden under his hat that no one knows about except Ed and Eddy.

Catch phrase(s): "Oh dear!"

Eddy, the leader, has only 2 loves in his life: cash and jawbreakers. He has the personality of a car salesman and an ego twice the size of his mouth. He is alot like Cartman in South Park: selfish, greedy, annoying, and always coming up with money-making scemes that almost never work.

Catch phrase(s): "We're gonna be rich!"

Sara is Ed's abominable little sister. Boy do I feel sorry for Ed. Sara is every spoiled brat who ever lived, and is extremely mean to Ed (and everyone else except Jimmy). And yet Ed remains unwaiveringly loyal and protective of her, even after all the abuse she dishes out at him on a daily basis.

Catch phrase(s): "OOOOHHHH YOU'RE IN TROUBLE ED!!!!!!!"

Jimmy is Sara's best friend.
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Oh boy. The 1st season on DVD. And for only 15 dollars? Man this is a steal!!! This is probably Cartoon Networks longest and funniest running program. It revolves around 3 adolesents who all have similar names growing up in their cul-de-sac. They go on wild and hysterical adventures trying to scam the other kids out of their money so that they can buy their favorite snack. Jawbreakers. Though they try not to, most of their scams fail and wind up causing more trouble for them. Others shows like The Grim adventures of Billy and Mandy or Camp Lazlo have tried to copy this show and they all have failed miserably. Ed'Edd'N'Eddy is truly classic. This show is the meaning of goofy, off-the-wall comedy. Each character has their own uniquness about them. It funny watch how each kid deals with the Eds and their scams. Whether it's Ed's stupidity and funny quotes, Edd's Cleaniness, or Eddy's over-the-top scams and competiveness each character has a hilairious personality trait that will conflict with other personality traits in the show. Another strongpoint this show has is it's animation style which allows it to show emotions, damage, and facial features with ease. This is a show for anybody who has a good sense of humor. It may say it's for kids 7 & up, but this is a show for all ages. It stays true to it's roots of comedy without ever feeling repetitive.(Unlike Family Guy). And believe it or not the show only has 12 characters that are ever shown. But you won't even notice due to the great plots and superior writing. Don't be fooled by the 2 other DVDs: Fools Par-ed-dise and The Mis-Ed-ventures. These only have 6 episodes each from random seasons and cost more than this one. On this you get about 26-28 Ed-tacular episodes from the 1st season. So if you haven't figured it out by now.........BUY IT On OCTOBER 1OTH.......................
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