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Gogs: Volume 1/Volume 2/Gogwana [DVD]

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  • Actors: Gillian Elisa, Marie Clifford, Dafydd Emyr, Josie Lawrence, Rob Rackstraw
  • Format: Full Screen, PAL
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 4:3 - 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: PG
  • Studio: Warner
  • DVD Release Date: 9 April 2001
  • Run Time: 88 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (34 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00005226R
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 28,511 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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The complete adventures of the Gogs family, including all the material from 'Gogs', 'Gogs 2' and 'Gogwana'. The Gogs are a dysfunctional stone-age family struggling to survive in the harshest of environments, dealing with such problems as inclement weather, killer dinosaurs and, most perilously, each other's violent moodswings. Eventually, after their dwelling is destroyed in an earthquake, the Gogs find themselves homeless and begin to follow a large, bright star in the hope that it will lead them to a new home.

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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Mr. RCS Young on 30 Sept. 2005
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Plasticine violence. Can't beat it.
Gogs was brought out on BBC2 I don't know how long ago but it is a wonderful piece of stupid humour following a family of cavemen and their quest for food and shelter.
People get hit on the head a lot, they get chased a lot and fart a lot. And if you liked the beans scene from Blazing Saddles then you'll like this.
The missing star is because it can be a bit samey - there is limited scope for hitting people with clubs - and the DVD menu is non-existent, meaning that it's appallingly un-userfriendly. You have no idea how many episodes are on there and just have to keep flicking through them all until you find the one that you want.
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32 of 33 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 14 Oct. 2001
Format: DVD
The Gogs- "What?!?!?" I hear you say?
put simply, whilst other controversial programmes such as South park and long running, critically acclaimed Beavis & Butthead have stolen the limelight for this type of genre, it was the gogs that first got me interested in television of the "not-so-serious" kind. For those who have never heard of the Gogs, you wouldn't be alone- the (in my opinion) under-rated plasticene 10 minute show was aired a couple of years ago prime time on BBC2- there may have been repeats, i'm not sure but the originals went largely un noticed.
In truth, the Wallace and Gromit style presentation of the characters in The Gogs, put lots of people off, dismissing it as a childrens programme. Which couldn't be further from the point.
The small caveman family have been reproduced in plasticene along with their locations, it seems like a weird equation, but Cavemen + Plasticene + Toilet Humour = extremely good fun.
Like South Park? My bets is you would love this.
Why only 4 stars? well there will always be people who don't like this type of material, and also the programmes themselves were all too short. The DVD itself in my opinion is an essential piece of comedy, worthy of anyones money, but i don't suppose i speak for everyone. It does exactly what it says on the box- Every episode.... Missed it on TV? give it a try now, you will not be disappointed.
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32 of 33 people found the following review helpful By "daveleeds666" on 8 Sept. 2004
Format: DVD
The Gogs was a series of plastacine animations from the mid 1990's about a family of cavemen. I remember the series as being essential after pub television when I was at college, and snapped the DVD up as soon as I saw it was available. The DVD has every 10 minute episode from series 1 and 2, and Gogwana, which is a full length movie...of sorts.
We see the gogs blunder through the prehistoric world of flesh eating dinosaurs, storms volcanoes, deserts. On the way they invent wall paintings, discover fire, lose fire, build stonehenge and generally get in a disgusting mess.
It really is hilarious (check out the kung fu fighting dinosaur)and anyone can enjoy it,unless you want witty intellegent dialogue. If you do you'll be dissapointed as the communication is limited to pointing, grunting, yelling and hitting one another over the head with clubs.
In short, if you like plastacine animation, slapstick violence and toilet humour this is for you.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By T. Bobley on 22 Dec. 2006
Format: DVD
The two series of short animations and one fairly short animated film are included on this disc and the total running time is almost one and a half hours. I watched the shorts when they were shown by the BBC a few years ago and I taped them. Wore the tape out and looked for a DVD version. The DVD cost quite a lot for quite a long time so I waited and watched my increasingly grainy tape. Now the price is very reasonable indeed and the DVD has the film (which I hadn't seen previously) as well as the two series. All very hilarious. I'm surprised that there aren't a couple of dozen reviews here, as there are for the Wallace and Gromit - 3 Cracking Adventures DVD. It really should be very much more popular than it seems to be. The Gogs are undeniably more crude and earthy (in a toilet rather than a bedroom sort of way) than W & G, so might be thought unsuitable for impressionable children - or at least those who should not be encouraged when it comes to nose-picking and loudly passing wind. But for anyone who enjoys this sort of animation and doesn't mind some added "yuk" factor, it's an absolute treasure. All communication is in grunts, roars, screams and other non-language specific form (punches, blows with a club, pokes with a broom etc) so anyone at all will be able to understand it. And it's made in Wales. Excellent.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Naomi B on 28 Feb. 2007
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This DVD has all the episodes of The Gogs. They are hilarious plastercene characters and well done in stop frame animation.

It is about a family of cavemen, and the troubles they encounter. They don't speak, but grunt, burp and fart a lot.

Some reviews below have mentioned that there is no main menu, but most DVD remote controls have a 'Top Menu' or 'Title menu' button, which should take you to the main menu.

They are great to watch once in a while, but to watch all at once they can get a bit the same.

I thought the dinosaur in the second episode was especially well animated, and the baby of the family expressions are hilarious.

They have some very funny scenes and well worth a watch!
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