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  • Actors: Noel Fielding
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 7
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: 2entertain
  • DVD Release Date: 17 Nov. 2008
  • Run Time: 588 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (108 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001F3QJMY
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 35,582 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Product Description

The sleeve has been designed by Noel Fielding and Dave Brown (who plays Bolo in the show). As well as amazing art work the release will also include a sticker sheet containing 17 stickers and 4 double sided art cards.On top of all this there is 2.5 hours of brilliant never before available special features. These are:

A Journey through Time and Space documentary
Behind The Scenes of a Live Night
Footage from the Royal Television Society Awards
Dave Stewart Interview
The Making of Sammy the crab
Deleted Scenes from the Pilot and Outtakes from the Pilot
Pre-recorded Live night links
The Cinema Trailer
The Crimping collection
Paramount Zookeeper sketches
Bob Fossil Audio

Synopsis

Join Howard moon and Vince Noir on their mad capped and surreal capers: from their origins in series 1 as Zoo keepers through to working in a Boutique shop in Dalston in series 3.

They are joined by a host of characters, both friend and foe like Bolo the gorilla and Naboo the shamen, the terrifying crack fox and cockney nightmare, the hitcher.

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5 stars

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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Helonius Melonius on 4 Feb. 2010
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"...your face, an oval of cream, your nose...a slope of delicious cream, your ears...two cream flaps.." That, or something close to it, is a love poem recited by Howard Moon from series one and what got me out of bed in the middle of the night to sober-up in the cold of the bathroom.
Series Two I already knew quite well and was my reason for buying myself this treat just after Christmas - the least funny time of the year - and series three, especially the first two episodes - almost bested all my expectations.
The Mighty Boosh is magical and sweet. It gets dark sometimes in the magic forest, but not rancid - the scarey creatures never get the upper hand and that's because there is a joyful wellspring at the heart of it. Howard Moon and Vince Noir bicker and try to out-do eachother whilst remaining utterly inseperable - if only because Vince has to rescue Howard from whatever trouble his wearing of trousers that are not only too big for him but usually made of a tweedy-type fabric has got him into. Vince basically overcomes every danger by smirking at it and re-styling its hair, and if he can't then he phones Naboo, their stoner shaman friend who turns up with Bollo, his familiar - a gorilla who also DJs - and sorts most things out. The plots are almost the same every episode - but then so are the plots to Doctor Who and it doesn't matter. We don't want to be diverted by clever-clever plots - not that this world is particularly surreal. It all hangs together quite logically - but it's a childish world where many more things can be. The sets are like the Wizard of Oz, the musical pieces brilliantly observed spoofs whilst also being somehow genuinely musical. "It's genius!" as Vince would say.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By steve capes on 3 Mar. 2012
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the mighty boosh is for sure one of the best british comedies out there it dumps all logic and social acceptance in trade for unique and whacky comedy these guys have created something fresh and very funny vince is a hip young guy who's with the fashion and trends where as howard is a square who loves jazz they seem to bounce off each other perfectly and you never know whats coming next throw in other funny characters such as bob fossil and a load of crazy situations and you've got yourself the boosh its a hard show to review unless you have seen it. for boosh fans buy it !
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Ben Dunne on 4 Jun. 2012
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I just adore The Mighty Boosh. It just makes me happy while i'm watching it. Even if a particular joke or line falls flat, (which very rarely happens.) you will still smile and even laugh at it because the show is so delightfully odd you simply can't help but watch it the whole way through with a big stupid grin on your face. The sets are magical, the songs are catchy and funny and the characters are all likeable and wonderful in their own way. This Box Set contains all three series of the show. They are all brillant but the show took a slight dip in quality in the third series, mainly due to the fact that Noel and Julian just didn't have the same chemistry between them that they had in the first and second series. It's still a very good series and isn't half as bad as some people have said though. I definitely recommend this set to anyone who wants something a little (or in this case, a lot)different from the norm. But there is something for everyone in here and I believe if most people give it a fair chance, they will find The Mighty Boosh to easily be one of the greatest comedy shows of the last decade.
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By E. A Solinas HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWER on 17 May 2010
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Sometimes I wonder what they have in the water in England. First they produced "Monty Python," and now they have "The Mighty Boosh."

And while the basic description sounds like a slightly-out-of-the-ordinary sitcom, the reality is anything but. "The Mighty Boosh: The Special Edition Seasons 1-3" is a sitcom drizzled with acid and punched through with the surreal, where the most mundane activities become freakishly bizarre. Lots of raunchy humor, silly puppets, songs and journeys into other realms -- it's a head-trip, and you'll love every second of it.

It follows the awkward cream-poet Howard Moon (Julian Barratt) and flamboyant wacky Vince Noir (Noel Fielding). In the first season, the two guys work at a zoo called the Zooniverse, then they live together in a flat (with an extraterrestrial mystic and an ape) as they try to break into the music business, and finally Howard is employed at a boutique called the Nabootique (owned by aforementioned mystic) while Vince continues trying to break into music.

Along the way we've got the Hitcher (eels!), breeding yetis, the Spirit of Jazz, a deranged sea hermaphrodite called Old Gregg, black magic and Shaman Juice, Nanageddon, a "Fantastic Voyage" to save Vince from an evil jazz cell, a pair of copycats who mimic everything Vince and Howard do, the Crack Fox, a mad scientist kidnapping animals, drainpipe pants, the sapphire Egg of Mantumbi, and kangaroo boxing. And that's only SOME of it.

"The Mighty Boosh" is your basic average sitcom... on enough acid to fry its colorful little brains and send it flying across the universe on Naboo's magic carpet.
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