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Dexter's Laboratory: Season One [DVD] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]

Christine Cavanaugh , Allison Moore , Craig McCracken , Genndy Tartakovsky    DVD
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  • Actors: Christine Cavanaugh, Allison Moore, Kath Soucie, Frank Welker, Jeff Bennett
  • Directors: Craig McCracken, Genndy Tartakovsky, Paul Rudish, Rob Renzetti
  • Writers: Genndy Tartakovsky, Jason Butler Rote
  • Producers: Bob Onorato, Buzz Potamkin
  • Format: Animated, Colour, DVD-Video, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 4:3 - 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Classification: Unrated (US MPAA rating. See details.)
  • Studio: Cartoon Network
  • DVD Release Date: 12 Oct 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B003UN2IFY
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 76,353 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars That rare thing; a five-star cartoon. 14 Oct 2010
I'll admit that in years past I've gotten over-excited about things and bandied about five-star reviews here on Amazon like buns at a birthday. Recently, I've realised that five-star rating should really only be reserved for the best of things, in order to preserve the integrity of the perfect mark. Ladies and gentlefellas, here we have a deserving, classic, timeless and peerless five-star cartoon: the first season of Genndy Tartakovsky's Dexter's Laboratory is finally available on DVD.

I say finally, whereas more hardened DexLab fans like myself will long ago have hunted down the Australian releases of these cartoons for home consumption. Problem is with these is they're so hard to find- even Amazon here, which offers DVDs from around the world, doesn't have a page for them, not even one to tell you that yes they exist, and no we don't have them in stock. Like this one, really.

Thank heavens for Warner Bros. then, and their Cartoon Network Hall Of Fame series (in fact, make sure and thank them for their sterling releases of classic Looney Tunes and DC Animation releases, too). It's early days yet - the series only debuted in June this year- but hopefully with enough support we can encourage them to release the rest of this classic series, right up to the classic finale "Last But Not Beast", in which Dexter's parents finally found about about his secret life and they all went to Japan to fight a monster alongside the Justice Friends. The two revival seasons that followed (minus Genndy's involvement, not to mention a new actress for Dexter) are to be ignored at all costs.
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5.0 out of 5 stars dexter laboratory 20 July 2014
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I Alway love Dexter laboratory kid great show that way give show five star
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51 of 54 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Gloom and Doom and Things Go Boom... 3 Aug 2010
By Reconnecting To My Childhood - Published on
In Dexter's Labratory Lives The Smartest Boy You've Ever Seen! This is a classic series from the 1990's and from what many consider to be the peak of Cartoon Network's programming. Created by Genndy Tartakovsky, the mind that would later bring us such classic series as Samurai Jack and Star Wars: Clone Wars (2003-05), Dexter's Lab is a truly wonderful series on so many levels. Finally being properly released on DVD this complete first season set will contain the following 13 twenty two minute episodes spread across 2-discs:

1 Deedeemensional, Dial M for Monkey: Magmanamus, Maternal Combat
2 Dexter Dodgeball, Dial M For Monkey: Rasslor, Dexter's Assistant
3 Dexter's Rival, Dial M For Monkey: Simion, Old Man Dexter
4 Double Trouble, Dexter's Lab: A Story, Changes
5 Jurassic Pooch, Dial M For Monkey: Orgon Grindor, Dimwit Dexter
6 Dee Dee's Room, Dial M For Monkey: Huntor, The Big Sister
7 Star Spangled Sidekicks, The Justice Friends: TV Superpals, Gameover
8 Babysitter Blues, The Justice Friends: Valhallen's Room, Dream Machine

9 Dollhouse Drama, The Justice Friends: Krunk's Date, The Big Cheese
10 Way of DeeDee, The Justice Friends: Say Uncle Sam, Tribe Called Girl
11 Spacecase, The Justice Friends: Ratman, Dexter's Debt
12 The Justice Friends: Bee Where?, Mandarker
13 Inflata DeeDee, The Justice Friends: Can't Nap, Monstory

In all the thirteen episodes are comprised of 38 individual stories which adds up to 281 minutes of Dexter. There will be English Subtitles and video will obviously be Standard Full Frame.

I can't say how classic this series truly is. Who could forget characters such as Dexter's rival the nasal voiced Mandark? His lacksadaisical sister DeeDee always interfering with his experiments? Or Dexter's Mom and Dad who never had a clue of his secret lab or of what was really going on in the house. On top of all the delightful Dexter centric episodes are the episodes that focus on The Justice Friends or the episodes that feature the space monkeys.

I'm surprised that no special features are currently listed for this release and hope that changes in the near future (The similar and recently released Johnny Bravo set had some wonderful features including commentaries by the creators and voice actors). At any rate it will be great for fans to be able to at long last own these episodes on a proper DVD set and let's just hope that enough people buy this to justify the release of the rest of the series. Thanks for your time.
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Scientifically Spectacular 16 Oct 2010
By Tim Coogan - Published on
What a fine day... for science ! And it should be when you own a copy of "Dexter's Laboratory: Season 1" on DVD for the first time. The first 13 episodes stars the little fellow with a big brain, Dexter, and his spontaneous sister, Dee Dee, in the following episodes:

"Maternal Combat" - Mother is feeling under the weather, so Dexter invents a robot version of her to cook, clean, and do whatever he says.
"Dexter Dodgeball" - Tired of being pelted by endless dodgeballs, Dexter invents a robo-suit that will let him play HIS way !
"Dexter's Rival" - Introducing Mandark, who has bigger smarts and a better lab. But he has a big weakness to Dexter's advantage: Dee Dee !
"Old Man Dexter" - In order to watch a late-night movie, Dexter makes a device that will make him an adult. Unfortunately, it turns him into an old-timer.
"The Big Sister" - Dee Dee eats an experimental cookie that makes her gigantic. It's up to Dexter to fix this mess.
"Babysitter Blues" - Dexter has a crush on his babysitter, Lisa, but he has to find a way to break up with the boyfriend she already has.
"Inflata-Dee-Dee" - Dee Dee dons Dexter's inflation suit and it becomes a sky-high problem for Dexter.

And that's just the tip of the iceberg. In between the episodes, there are two superheroic spin-offs: "Dial M for MONKEY" and "The Justice Friends". "Dial M for MONKEY" is about the secret adventures of Dexter's experimental pet monkey who becomes a super-powered monkey and fights evil villains and creatures with the luscious Agent Honeydew by his side in the following adventures:

"Magmanamus" - A gigantic lava man wreaks havoc on the city, but all he wants to do is go to sleep.
"Wrasslor" - Heroes from every corner of the galaxy are called forth for the main event against the worst opponent ever. When everyone else fails, MONKEY must step forth and defeat him.
"Orgon Grindor" - A hypnotizing hurdy-gurdy attempts to make MONKEY commit crimes. Agent Honeydew must put MONKEY out of his trance.

The other spin-off, "The Justice Friends", is the comedic capers of three heroes - Major Glory, Val Hallen, and Krunk - under one roof. The episodes include:

"TV Super Pals" - After a long day of crime-fighting, the three heroes race home to watch a little television.
"Krunk's Date" - Krunk falls in love with a woman that looks just like him, but what he doesn't know is that she's the enemy.
"Can't Nap" - Val invites a new hero, White Tiger, over to his place. But Major Glory thinks otherwise.

There seems to be a few slight miscalculations on this 2-disc DVD set. For instance, the episode listing seems to be inaccurate, for reasons unknown. And there are no other special features on this DVD like a retrospective by creator Genndy Tartakofsky (Of course, that depends if you own any of the "Samurai Jack" and/or "Star Wars: The Clone Wars" DVD sets already).

Well, that's about it for now, but get this, there is a new series called "Sym-Bionic Titan" which is co-created by Genndy and a couple of his colleagues. It's about three youths from another world who try to blend into society and fight evil by transforming into huge robots. So, don't miss it !
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars My childhood memories... 29 Jun 2013
By Jakub Kedzior - Published on
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The only complaint that I have is that this is the only season out right now while Netflix has more episodes to watch available that I want to own on DVD... Why is Season 1 the only one to own???!!! C'mon Cartoon Network... get to work!!!
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Ah, what a fine day for science! 18 May 2012
By Phillip Misenti - Published on
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OK, I'll try to keep this short and sweet... As the cover obviously says, every season-one episode of Dexter's Laboratory is on two discs. We even get the mid-show segments of The Justice Friends and Dial M For Monkey. Almost everything is in this must-buy... almost. The only thing that disappoints me about this collection is that the Dial M For Monkey episode "Barbequor" is still missing. During it's first TV airing, it was shown alongside the Dexter episodes "Double Trouble" and "Changes", but was banned a few years later for showing a villain who, while looking like Marvel Comics' Silver Surfer, seemed to resemble a stereotypical depiction of a gay man. Later on in the episode, Justice Friends member The Infraggable Krunk showed us signs of alcohol overdose; he drank too much punch and became a drunkie as the battle progressed. As a result, the whole thing was replaced with an episode from season two, "Dexter's Lab: A Story", on TV and this DVD release. However, the banned Monkey episode can still be seen online, if you look hard enough.
6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars One of the best... 14 Sep 2010
By Sherry O'Connell - Published on
At last, one of the very best animated shows ever will finally be released on DVD. I have already pre-ordered mine! Dexter's family is hilarious, the mom who always wears rubber gloves to avoid any and all germs, the dad who fancies himself maybe a little more, say an FBI agent, and of course, Dexter's little sister, DeeDee, who is always getting into Dexter's stuff, as any little sister would.
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