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Stripperella - Season One - Uncensored

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Complete first season of the TV series Stripperella.

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Product Details

  • Actors: Pamela Anderson, Tom Kenny, Maurice LaMarche, Jill Talley, Sirena Irwin
  • Directors: Kevin Altieri, Mario Piluso, Troy Adomitis
  • Writers: Heath Seifert, Kevin Kopelow, Nadine Christine Hamdan, Stan Lee, Steve Freeman
  • Format: Animated, Color, Full Screen, NTSC, Dolby
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0)
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated:
    NR
    Not Rated
  • Studio: Comedy Central
  • DVD Release Date: February 22, 2005
  • Run Time: 286 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (237 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0006VXMNA
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #23,754 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Stripperella - Season One - Uncensored" on IMDb

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I saw this DVD by chance and it looked so crazy that I just had to check it out. The show turned out to be better than what I expected and less sleazy, with some gratuitous topless stuff at the strip club and rampant bathroom humor throughout the series. It's primarily a superhero/spy spoof, sort of in the style of Austin Powers. Stan Lee developed the show and one of the directors is Kevin Altieri, who worked on Batman: The Animated Series, so there's automatically a certain level of quality brought to the show. The animation and designs are very well done, on par with Batman. The artists also do a great job caricaturing many different types of people. Stripperella herself comes across as a dorky likeable character and is well-acted by Pamela Anderson. The villains are over-the-top parodies of megalomaniacs you see over and over in comic books and James Bond movies. Many characters are funny, like the strip club employees, the siamese twins, and especially the spy agency scientists. The spy chief is whacked out. There is also quite a bit of subtle social satire throughout the show. I did feel that a few of the episodes try a little too hard to be funny and cheesy. But episodes like "Beauty and the Obese" and "The Bridesmaid" are pretty good. It's interesting that the visual design for the series changes about halfway through the season. Overall, I felt that Stripperella's new design (the one you see on the DVD cover) has a bit more character than the original design, although the original one is also quite cool. Like one of the other reviewers, I did notice aliasing (jagged edges) on the images and it was a bit distracting. But if you're into ridiculous offbeat cartoons, it's worth checking out!
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I haven't had any problems at all with my two discs. They play just fine and look fine.

My only beef would be the change in the animation & writting after episode 4. It became way to 'cutesy' and less crass. No more exposed breasts get shown, no more truely funny innuendos. I felt like I was watching a saturday morning fluffy cartoon.

Now I understand why it got cancelled. Someone screwed with it and screwed it up.

It is worth buying for the orginial first 4 episodes tho.
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I don't know what happened with the other reviewers, but my DVD's played with no problem and nothing was pixelated out. The only censoring I found was a couple of words were "beeped" out and I think that was part of the script. The series itself was a fun parody of comic characters and sexual innuendo. This isn't a kid's cartoon, but lots of R rated humor for adults.
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I discovered this show through the Stan Lee reality show, when there was a picture of Stripperella in the background. I knew it was going to be cheesy just from the fact that the lead character is a stripper who fights crime. I didn't think I'd like it as much as I did, but at the same time the show really didn't live up to the amount of expectation that I had for it.

The show sets off to be a parody of the super-hero genre & it's characters, but falls short of that goal at times. I think that's partially why it only lasted about 13 episodes- it never seemed to actually go beyond the initial blue humor of the series. While that was fun at first, the writers just never seemed to do anything that could really flesh out the characters. (I refuse to believe that the skanky IRL "Stripperella" had anything to do with the cancellation.) I mean, there's only so many times you can reuse the same jokes about sex, strippers & such.

Even so, the promise in this show really shines through & makes you as "what if...". The premise was novel & the characters' initial premise was intriguing. It just never really seemed to get that one really great blast of energy that shows need to really take off.
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This series was hilarious as all get out - I remember catching quick glances at it on Spike years ago when I was a teen but now watching the full uncensored version was a riot. Pamela Anderson voices the title character with a wink and nod to being ditzy yet brillant and with decent comedic timing. Shame it didn't go on for another season or so - the characters are a hot mess; in a hilarious way.
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First it's not uncensored, close but not completely, take note of the scene with the chief having pictures of him in his birthday suit in one of the early episodes. A key area is pixilated, being a guy that did not bother me at all but it does say uncensored. They easily could have had an obstruction just as they do whenever Stripperella is topless. Now the cartoons themselves have above average animation, though the episodes seem slightly softer after the first few, this is probably happened when the show went on hiatus in mid-season. The jokes and dialog does tend to be similar from episode to episode, different sexual innuendos but I found them enjoyable. Be warned these are not for the young and should be considered adult only material.
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I had no idea this was a Stan Lee creation, and I was pleasantly surprised by the quality of the satire on superhero cartoons in general. I like South Park at a four-star level, and this felt like a phoned-in episode of South Park, so I'm giving it three. If you like South Park on a five-star level, maybe you'll like this more then I did.
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