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  • Directors: Matt Stone, Trey Parker
  • Format: PAL
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: Paramount Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: 22 Oct. 2007
  • Run Time: 305 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (44 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000UG4LLI
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 35,908 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Includes the following episodes:

  • * Cartman Gets an Anal Probe
  • * Weight Gain 4000
  • * Volcano
  • * Big Gay Al's Big Gay Boat Ride
  • * An Elephant Makes Love to a Pig
  • * Death
  • * Pink Eye
  • * Starvin' Marvin
  • * Mr Hankey, the Christmas Poo
  • * Damien
  • * Tom's Rhinoplasty
  • * Mecha Streisand
  • * Cartman's Mom is a Dirty Slut
  • Customer Reviews

    4.5 out of 5 stars

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    6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By The 90's Guy on 21 Sept. 2010
    Format: DVD
    This is it! The very first season of South Park. All 13 episodes available on one DVD boxset, plus a couple of small extras as well. For my money, even after all these years, this is still the best season of South Park EVER. But what exactly makes this show so great? Allow me to explain.

    For many years cartoons were harmless. Yes there were some really funny ones (especially from the 90's) but they were all family friendly. They were aimed to satisfy as many people as possible. Even the Simpsons was like that for many years. But in 1997 South Park came along and changed EVERYTHING. Here was a cartoon that contained foul language...and lots of it. It also contained violence, and we're talking blood, gunshots, impalement, body limbs being cut off, and more.

    South Park also marked a new era in terms of celebrity involvement. Before then celebrities rarely ever appeared in cartoon shows, and on the rare occasions that they did they were treated like royalty...naturally. South Park changed all that. From then on it was No-More-Mr.Treat-Celebrities-Nicely. Pratically every famous face that has appeared in Trey Parker and Matt Stone's universe has been treated as badly as last week's newspaper...?...Sorry, that was the best metaphor I could think up.

    Anyway South Park rung in a new era of attitude in cartoons and animated comedy that clearly inspired other shows. Futurama took a whole bunch of celebrities and stuck their heads in jars. Family Guy came along and showed no respect to Hollywood or any kind of celebrity club. Drawn Together featured cartoon violence and a long list of cartoon character parodies. Even the Simpsons started to get more lippy towards celebrities from around 2000 onwards.
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    6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Joanna Baker on 30 Aug. 2010
    Format: DVD Verified Purchase
    This is the first season of South Park and shows how much the series has moved on. It has some cringingly funny moments, all served in a sense of humour only some will understand....

    These are my thoughts on each episode:

    Cartman Gets An Anal Probe: 5/5- This was the first ever South Parks, and it shows, as Cartmans voice is harder to
    understand, and the animation is made out of paper, but it is a south park classic

    Weightgain 4000: 5/5- Cartman wins an enviormental contest by cheating and covering up a book and saying its his
    own. Kathy Lee Gifford comes to the town to present the award. For the show, cartman tries
    to be a beedcake by taking the weightgain 4000, and thinks he is getting muscle, but really
    he gets even fatter! Hilarious episode

    Voclano: 4/5- The boys and stans uncle go on a hunting trip up in the mountain. What the don't know is the mountain
    is actualy a volcano thats about to erupt! Funny, but not one of the best.

    Big Gay Als Big Gay Boat Ride: 5/5- Kyle gets a dog that he thinks is really tough, untill it starts... domineering
    all the other dogs. Kyle then loses respect for the dog, and it runs away and
    finds Big Gay Als Big Gay Pet Home! Again, very funny, with the intro of Gay Al

    An Elephant Makes Love To A Pig: 5/5- Well, an elephant makes love to a pig... Good writers commentary on this one
    though!

    Death: 4/5- Its Stans grandpa's 102nd birthday, and he wants Stan to kill him. Whilst he is trying to get Stan to
    kill him, Kyles mom puts up a protest to ban Terrance And Phillip!

    Pinkeye: 6/5- No, thats not an error, this is THE best episode on season 1! A mishap turns the town into brain
    eating zombies!
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    25 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Mr. A. Easton on 24 Sept. 2007
    Format: DVD
    At last, after waiting and waiting and having to put up with 4 Season 1-4 boxsets that lack extras, South Park finally gets the DVD treat it deserves in the UK, and in style! 3 Boxsets at a time? I m a happy bunny! =D

    This boxset contains the very first 13 episodes and if the America version is anything to go by, introductions on every episodes with the creaters, animated music videos, The boys presenting a winner in the 1997 Cable ACE Award in a short piece of animation and a Tonight Show Thanksgiving special, in which Jay Leno makes a special appearance in the boy's class -- and is asked incessant questions about his chin. While the episodes might seem old, they are classic in their right mind and as the show continues to go on, it gets better and better. Its certainly evolved more in years then other US cartoons (The Simpsons and Family Guy).

    If you want to rewaind to 10 years ago to the classic episodes like Mr Hankey the Xmas Poo, Cartmans Mom is a Dirty S**t and the still funny Cartman Get An Anal Probe, then this is the boxset for you. If you perfer the newer episodes and these episodes arnt funny to you anymore, then go for the later seasons. Either way, you won't be dissappointed. ;D
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    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Paul Tapner TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 28 Jun. 2011
    Format: DVD
    A new dvd edition for the first season of the cult cartoon.

    Although it is just the same as the previous editions, just put into different and smaller packaging.

    All thirteen twenty five minute long episodes are present here, spread over three discs.

    It has the following language and subtitle options:

    Languages: English German Spanish.

    Subtitles: English Danish Dutch Finnish German Norwegian Spanish Swedish.

    When these episodes first hit our screens back in the 1990's they captivated via their sheer originality and style. And they still stand up well enough today. Although some are better than others and you can see the animators and the voice actors learning their craft and style as the season goes along. The same is also true for the writing.

    The third disc contains three short extras, all no longer than a couple of minutes.

    'A South Park thanksgiving' with American chat show host Jay Leno visiting the school class.

    Cartman 'O Holy night' music video.

    Ned 'O little town of Bethlemen' music video.

    The latter two were both tv adverts for the show, and all three of these are quite funny.

    What may or may not seem funny is that every episode has a short spoof introduction from the two creators of the show. These run no more than a couple of minutes each but can't be skipped over so the only way past them is via fast forward. Some do contain some genuinely funny jokes. Some contain uncensored strong language. But the style may quickly grate.

    Even so, you have the beginning of a classic tv phenomenon in a new and cheaper edition, so the product as a whole is pretty good.
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