The Smurfs: Season 1, Vol. One
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Tiny, blue, international celebrities the Smurfs--all 101 of them--dwell joyfully together in a medieval forest village. Only three apples tall, they live in mushroom houses and take their morning showers with dewdrops. Papa Smurf, wise beyond his 543 years, gently rules a raucous clan that includes Brainy, Jokey, Clumsy, Vanity, Grouchy, and that luscious femme fatale, Smurfette. But Gargamel, the local wicked wizard, despises the Smurf's happiness. With his fiendish cat, Azrael, Gargamel schemes to capture the Smurfs. Luckily, the Smurf village cannot be found unless a Smurf leads the way, and the Smurfs are as resourceful as they are lovable.]]>
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Starring the veteran voice talents of Paul Winchell (Winnie the Pooh), Lucille Bliss (Space Kidettes), Frank Welker (Scooby-Doo), Don Messick (Jonny Quest), June Foray (Rocky & Bullwinkle) and many others, The Smurfs was a monster Saturday morning hit for NBC, lasting for nine seasons (1981-1990).
Season One of The Smurfs originally aired as an hour-long show, comprised of two eleven minute episodes and one full half-hour episode. Because episodes were repeated as early as Show #3, resulting in more repeats than original episodes being aired, Warner Home Video gives you the episodes in original order from Season One's hour-long format, minus all the repeats.
The Smurfs - Season One, Volume One is a 2-disc (345 min.) set featuring 19 digitally remastered and uncut episodes (complete with original broadcast version title screens); Full Frame (1.33:1) video; English Mono audio; English subtitles; plus extras. Here are the contents of this collection.
1. The Smurf's Apprentice
2. The Smurfette
3. Vanity Fare
4. King Smurf
5. The Astrosmurf
6. Jokey's Medicine
7. St. Smurf and the Dragon
8. Sorcerer Smurf
9. The Smurfs and the Howlibird
10. The Magical Meanie
11. Bewitched Bothered and Be-Smurfed
12. Smurf-Colored Glasses
13. Dreamy's Nightmare
14. Fuzzle Trouble
15. Soup A La Smurf
16. All That Glitters Isn't Smurf
17. Romeo and Smurfette
18. The Hundredth Smurf
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My first experience with the Smurfs wasn't this television. In fact my first exposure to the little blue creatures were in the form of little plastic figurines sold at the local Hallmark card store. I only knew of them as different little blue guys who wore different clothes that apparently denoted their profession or interest (I personally had the Karate Smurf and the Police Smurf) and they were created by somebody named Peyo (according to box that held the Smurfs). The television translation of the only thing I know about Smurfs was different, but appropriate.
You see every Smurt in the cartoon has some characteristic, trade, or skill that sets them apart from the rest. In this colony of 100 Smurfs you would have a baker, poet, carpenter and other useful trades along with Smurfs who were lazy, clumsy, vain (and were named as such). Each episode was about their interacting with each other and their surroundings based on who they were. Top it all off with a Papa Smurf to keep them all in line and a human wizard named Gargamel who wants (of all things) to eat the Smurfs and get the gist of show.
This simplistic premise was all you needed to make a fun, if overly cutesy, series that would evolve each season with new characters and themes.Read more ›
Us smurf fans "PLAY ALL" when we watch our beloved smurfs, bring on volume 2, volume 3, the boxed sets season by season, oh don't worry hanna-barbera...... WE'LL BUY THEM.
More smurfs More smurfs.
If they were smart, the publisher would sell each of these dvd's with limited edition smurf figurines.
The DVD set is well worth the price. I honestly don't like that there's so few episodes on here in comparison to how many were made, but it's a great start. The box itself is very colorful and even poppish-style accents around the charecters and writing to enhance its visual enjoyment. I really like that neither one of the two discs are double sided, like they were in "Josie & The Pussy Cats", and "The Flintstones" season sets. You get two single-sided discs which also looks great sitting inside the case. And the picture quality of the cartoons are great, as well. Hard to believe these cartoons were made more than 25 years ago. Very bright, colorful, and very little dust or dirt (and I watched them on an HDTV).
So, if you're a Smurf fan, go grab this smurfin' great DVD collection and tell Warner Bros. they need to release more soon. This set has me craving more sSmurfs more than any other cartoon set they've released lately. Must send more Smurfs to DVD...and smurfin' soon.
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This is a well-put-together collection of some o f the earliest Smurf cartoons. I really thought that these held up better tahn some of the other cartoons I watched as a child. Read morePublished 22 days ago by M. 9 Fingers
love this product could watch it over and over i completely recommend you buy this product.Published 27 days ago by Ben
LAH LAH Lalalala LA lalalala.... Yes, this is the original SMURFS of my youth. So happy to have this set.Published 3 months ago by JEN
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