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South Park - The Complete First Season

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  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish, French
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 4:3 - 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00006FDCR
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South Park - The Complete First

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Humor supreme 31 Aug 2007
I managed to get all the episodes from this sreies off South Parks site on the internet, and the only reasons I gave this DVD 4 stars inatead of 5 is because you can get the episodes for free, and because this DVD will only work in the USA and Canada. Apart from that though, the first series was probably my favourite series [or one of them anyway], so I`d deffinately reccomend this to any person in for a laugh and without high blood pressure, weak veins, a weak stomach and racial problems. At least those bastards got to kill kenny in all but 1 episode of thid DVD, so that`s another +. I also noticed that in the first episode Mr Hat hasn`t got any eyes and in the rest of them he does... Wonder why!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Where it all began. 29 Jun 2014
Format:Amazon Instant Video|Verified Purchase
After recently playing South Park The Stick of Truth, I had a craving to watch some classic south park, and to my ever lasting joy, amazon instant video delivered.

Except they don't have season 2 which is alittle baffling.
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Hi I not happy with this dvd as it will not play on any of our DVD players it says it will only play in some country's but not ours so we've never been able to watch it
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5.0 out of 5 stars It's finally coming! 19 Oct 2002
By Angela M. Healey - Published on
Warner Bros. are finally releasing South Park's first season on DVD. **ALL** of the episodes from season one are on here, and it has some really good ones. I can't wait until it comes out because I will definitely buy it. If you're not sure which episodes are on the First Season, or forgot what they're about, here they are:
1. Cartman Gets An Anal Probe - 13-Aug-1997
Brief Plot: The boys rescue Kyle's little brother from aliens who have come to South Park.
2. Weight Gain 4000 - 27-Aug-1997
Kathie Lee Gifford presents the award to Cartman for winning the school's essay contest.
3. Volcano - 20-Aug-1997
The boys hunting trip is threatened by activity from a nearby volcano and a mysterious creature.
4. Big Gay Al's Big Gay Boat Ride - 3-Sep-1997
Stan's dog explores his sexuality.
5. An Elephant Makes Love To A Pig - 10-Sep-1997
A genetic engineering experiment unleashes Stans mutant twin.
6. Death - 17-Sep-1997
With the help of Stan's grandfather, the kids summon the Grim Reaper.
7. Pink Eye - 29-Oct-1997
Pinkeye interrupts Halloween festivities.
8. Damien - 4-Feb-1998
Jesus and Satan fight a battle for spiritual domination on Pay-Per-View which conflicts with Cartman's birthday party.
9. Starvin' Marvin - 19-Nov-1997
Government authorities mistake Cartman for a starving African child and send him to Ethiopia.
10. Mr. Hankey, The Christmas Poo - 17-Dec-1997
When Kyle's musical holiday pal Mr. Hankey shows up it makes for a memorable Christmas in South Park.
11. Tom's Rhinoplasty - 11-Feb-1998
A substitute teacher gets in between Stan and Wendy's relationship.
12. Mecha-Streisand - 18-Feb-1998
The boys find a prehistoric relic that spawns a monster that threatens to destroy the world.
13. Cartman's Mom is a Dirty Slut - 25-Feb-1998
When Cartman begins acting strange a guidance counselor suggests the cure lies with finding his father.
This is going to be great! With such episodes as 'Cartman Gets An Anal Probe' and 'Mr. Hankey The Christmas Poo', you would be crazy not to get it.
- Pez King
23 of 25 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars The reason behind why there are no commentaries on this set. 4 Dec 2002
By jadedromantic - Published on
For all of us who have this first boxed set of dvds, PLEASE just enjoy them for the sake of the episodes themselves, and for the funny intros by Matt and Trey. HOWEVER, I recently read in a brief news article the answer to everyone's major complaint: why there is no commentary track on the episodes!
According to the article, Matt and Trey did record commentaries, but Warner Home video was NOT pleased with some of the things Matt and Trey had to say - especially regarding other Warner Video titles that Matt and Trey depicted in a not-so-nice light. When Warner told them to change the commentaries, Matt and Trey said NO WAY - seems they are sick of the studios trying to tell them what's funny and what they can include in their own show - and they got fed up and pulled the commentary tracks from the dvds.
I ordered my own set of commentaries with the special offer from the website the day after the DVDs were released. That is fine with me. I would MUCH rather Matt and Trey be true to their vision of the great "South Park" than to bow down to what any studio wants them to do. Long Live "South Park"!!
13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars "Disentigration was the best album ever!" 14 Mar 2004
By B-MAN - Published on
I received this for Christmas the year it came out and can't tell you how my heart filled with joy to have it! I guess that's fitting since Mr. Hankey the Christmas Poo makes his first appearance this season. South Park is a show that I never really saw until some time after it began on comedy central in 1997, but like many others, when I did see it I was hooked. This essential 3 DVD set includes the 13 episodes that make up Season one. Before this set arrived and before I owned DVDs (perish the thought!) I only had the first three VHS tape volumes totaling 6 episodes! So at that point I hadn't seen the majority of season one! I can still remember when there was so much talk that season sets wouldn't happen, but like Chef told Cartman - "You wait and you wait and you wait..." as did I and it finally came! Season one ran from August '97 to February '98 and includes the following:
Disc One:
01. Cartman gets an anal probe
02. Volcano
03. Weight Gain 4000
04. Big Gay Al's big gay boat ride
Disc Two:
05. An elephant makes love to a pig
06. Death
07. Pinkeye
08. Damien
Disc Three:
09. Starvin' Marvin
10. Mr. Hankey, the Christmas Poo
11. Tom's Rhinoplasty
12. Mecha-Streisand
13. Cartman's Mom is a dirty slut
Each disc includes the same set of South Park/Comedy Central promo commericals, but disc 3 has these additional features:
- Cartman's "O Holy Night" video
- Ned's "O Little town of Bethlehem" video
- Jay Leno's appearance on South Park (shown on Tonight Show)
- The South Park boys announce a cable ace award
Several fans have complained about the lack of episode commentary by Trey Parker & Matt Stone, but who can quibble with all 13 episodes at the push of a button? Besides each episode does include the "fireside" intros Trey & Matt did, which were the funniest of the three (the others being where they are "entertaining" senior citizens & the "makin' bacon" show) I was really happy they included them. South Park is here!
Thanks to Trey & Matt for the funny show and thanks to Robert Smith for destroying Mecha-Streisand!
Also Recommended:
More South Park!
15 of 16 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars I love this show! 17 Aug 2002
By Peter Heisey - Published on
From what I found on other sites the DVD will be full frame with Dolby Digital 2.0 audio. It will also include, intros by Trey and Matt to each episode, Jay Leno's South Park guest appearance and two South Park Christmas music videos.
Cartman: "O Holy Night"
Ned: "O Little Town of Bethlehem"
The episodes will include:
Cartman Gets an Anal Probe
Weight Gain 4000
Big Gay Al's Big Gay Boatride
An Elephant Makes Love to a Pig
Starvin' Marvin
Mr. Hankey the Christmas Poo
Tom's Rhinoplasty
Mecha Striesand
Cartman's Mom is a Dirty Slut
I must have watched these 100's of times. Big gay Al with Stan's gay dog and Tom's Rhinoplasty with Mr. Garrison looking like David Hasselhoff are two of my all time favorite South Park episodes.
The only thing I don't like about this is that they have all been released on DVD before so there are no new episodes here.
**** One big minus, you have to order the audio commentary from Trey and Matt from the Comedy Central website. For $3.50 in shipping and handling you get 5 CD's of commentary, not bad but it should have been included in the DVD's. Apparently they said some things about the movie "Contact" with Jodie Foster, and since Jodie brings in more money than South Park, they yanked it from the DVD. *****
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars WB does it again. 13 Nov 2002
By Eric Meers-Berg - Published on
- One plus to this disk is that this means they will start releasing South Park in seasons instead of isolated episodes on over priced disks.
- Warner Brothers dropped the commentary by the creators and didn't drop the price. I can understand if WB disapproved of the vulgar language they may have used, dismaying all the real South Park fans (adults) but "where's the beef?" in these disks? WB has to be by far the worst at putting together a DVD -- but at least they did it.
- The transfer is inferior to older South Park DVD's with isolated episodes.
- The DVD doesn't even have a chapter search within the episode, not a huge deal but it says something about the time put into the disk.
- The episodes do include the intros by Trey and Matt, which is another plus.
- Overall, I have to say -- if you have all the episodes on the older South Park DVDs or even VHS, which this transfer is comparable to, don't even bother with this disk, the extras are not worth it unless you are a die-hard South Park fan like myself and even then they are questionable.
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