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Format: DVD
Sku: 208969978
UPC: 884487100435
UPC 14: 00884487100435
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20 Disc Set Includes All 96 Episodes and 8 All-New Special Features!
Celebrate 25 years of the Fraggle Rock series with the music and memories that have kept fans rockin' in the ultimate Fraggle Rock Complete Series Collection! Starring all your favorite Jim Henson characters - Red, Mokey, Wembley, Gobo, and Boober - joined by tiny diligent Doozers and giant Gorgs in one fantastical subterranean world that was awarded five International Emmy Awards and has continued to be adored by millions of fans worldwide! Dance your cares away with the fully loaded collectible set containing all 96 episodes and 100 original songs of the award-winning series, including Season 4 available for the first time ever on DVD! The Complete Series Collection is a fan favorite with over 47 hours of content on an impressive 20 discs, including over two hours of never-before-seen bonus features and an original Fraggle Rock illustration poster - all presented together in this exclusive 25th Anniversary Collectible Set! So save your worries for another day and let the Fraggles take you to a place far away...

"A playful and simplistic show with surprising depth and meaning...  Adam Arseneau, DVD Verdict
"...an awful lot of fun - the sweet series offers great stories for kids and adults...Highly recommended.  CurrentFilm.com

Editor's Note
The magical underground realm of Fraggle Rock is situated behind a wall in inventor Doc's laboratory, in this charming series from the master of puppets, Jim Henson. Doc's dog Sprocket knows something is back there, and is constantly trying to get to the fraggles, while far below in the brightly lit caverns, the furry fraggles frolic and play, and learn valuable lessons along the way. All 96 episodes of the series are included in this hugely comprehensive set, as Wembley, Gobo, Red, Mobley, and Boober have exciting adventures and present their catchy, infectious repertoire of songs. Adults will revel in the memories while children will delight in the newfound fun, as Boober has to muster his courage after he loses his lucky hat in "You Can't do that Without a Hat," and Red's best-laid plans go awry in "Let the Water Run." Other episodes include "The Thirty Minute Work Week," where Wembley has to choose his occupation; "Catch the Tail by the Tiger," where Gobo ventures into outer space to find Traveling Matt; and "The Finger of Light," which sees Mokey learning how to be in charge.

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Release Information
Video Mfg Name Studio: Lions Gate
Video Release Date Release Date: 11/4/2008
Video Play Time Running Time: 2186 minutes
Video CategoryId Catalog ID: 180063
Video UPC UPC: 00884487100435
Video Number of Discs Number of Discs: 20

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 Standard  1.33:1 [4:3]

Cast & Crew

Video Cast Info Jim Henson - Producer

Professional Reviews

DVD Times 7 of 10
Of Henson's biggest three series - The Muppet Show, Sesame Street and Fraggle Rock, this latter is arguably the least, having neither the anarchic brilliance of the Muppets nor the memorable characters of Sesame Street. Thematically it sits squarely in between those two other shows, combining the pure entertainment drive of Kermit and co with the desire to impart simple life lessons ala Big Bird and his friends. As with all of Henson's oeuvre it's a very moral show with a simple heartfelt message to impart, namely that the world is full of different types of people and that it's only when we learn to appreciate and embrace that diversity that we'll truly be able to live in a fully-functioning society...In that way, it's a far more sophisticated educational tool than Sesame Street, a moral counterbalance to that other's dedication to hard facts. - James Gray
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