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Format: DVD
Sku: 205728387
UPC: 085391200192
UPC 14: 00085391200192
The Magic. The Mischief. The Menace. The Movies.
Perfect for the whole family, the Dennis the Menace Collection features the pranks and predicaments of a young boy who can't seem to keep himself out of trouble! This DVD 3-pack includes DENNIS THE MENACE: SPECIAL EDITION, DENNIS THE MENACE STRIKES AGAIN, and A DENNIS THE MENACE CHRISTMAS!

DENNIS THE MENACE: Hank Ketcham's popular comic-strip kid comes to uproarious screen life in Dennis the Menace, from writer/producer John Hughes, the creative force behind the family mega-hits Home Alone and Beethoven. Young Mason Gamble is all-boy, all-menace, all-Dennis right down to his slingshot and dog, Ruff.

DENNIS THE MENACE STRIKES AGAIN: Barricade the doors. Lock the windows. Because he's baaaack. That one-boy wrecking crew, Dennis the Menace, returns for more mischief and mayhem. Based on the comic strip and TV show about a mischievous little boy with a gift for the potentially lethal prank.

A DENNIS THE MENACE CHRISTMAS: In this all new Christmas adventure, Robert Wagner stars as Mr. Wilson, who learns about the Christmas spirit from his rascally neighbor, Dennis the Menace!

"[Dennis] Dennis the Menace is an irresitible treat.  Bill Diehl, ABC Radio Network
"[Dennis] It captures the Home Alone magic.  Susan Granger, CBS & American Movie Classics

Editor's Note
DENNIS THE MENACE (1993), DENNIS THE MENACE STRIKES AGAIN, and A DENNIS THE MENACE CHRISTMAS are the three titles included in this collection. Please see individual entries for synopsis information.


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Technical Info

Release Information
Video Mfg Name Studio: Warner
Video Release Date Release Date: 11/13/2007
Video CategoryId Catalog ID: 1000027446
Video UPC UPC: 00085391200192
Video Number of Discs Number of Discs: 3

Audio & Video
Video Original Language Original Language: English
Video Audio Spec Available Audio Tracks: English
Video Color Spec Video: Color

Aspect Ratio
Video Aspect Ratio Anamorphic Widescreen/Standard  1.85:1/1.33:1 [4:3]

Cast & Crew

Video Cast Info Betty White
Video Cast Info Christopher Lloyd
Video Cast Info Don Rickles
Video Cast Info Justin Cooper
Video Cast Info Kim Schraner
Video Cast Info Lea Thompson
Video Cast Info Louise Fletcher
Video Cast Info Mason Gamble
Video Cast Info Maxwell Perry Cotton
Video Cast Info Robert Wagner
Video Cast Info Scott "Carrot Top" Thompson
Video Cast Info Walter Matthau
Video Cast Info Charles T. Kanganis - [Strikes Again] Director
Video Cast Info Nick Castle - [Dennis] Director
Video Cast Info Ron Oliver - [Christmas] Director

Professional Reviews

Chicago Sun-Times 7 of 10
[Dennis] There is a theory among students of television that the fatal flaw in the "Dennis the Menace" TV series was that the Dennis character was old enough to know better. That is not the case with the new feature-length film "Dennis the Menace," in which the little monster and the actor who plays him (Mason Gamble of Oak Park) are both about 7. Dennis' tender years allow him the luxury of innocence, and even Mr. Wilson, his long-suffering next-door neighbor, seems to understand that Dennis is not malevolent, just very, very bad at decision-making...The best parts of the movie are those in which Dennis' games and plans go astray, often in the direction of Mr. Wilson. The worst parts involve an unnecessary and ambiguous subplot involving an ominous drifter named Switchblade Sam (Christopher Lloyd), who menaces the little boy...I also enjoyed the comfortable domesticity in the Wilson household, where Wilson and his wife (a serene performance by Joan Plowright) answer at least some of our questions about them; I always knew there was something to define the Wilsons apart from the fact that they lived next to the Mitchells. - Roger Ebert

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