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Ed Edd N Eddy S2 Comp [Import] (Bilingual)

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  • Actors: Matt Hill, Sam Vincent, Tony Sampson, Keenan Christenson, Janyse Jaud
  • Directors: Danny Antonucci, Marlene Robinson May, Russ Mooney
  • Writers: Danny Antonucci, Geoff Berner, John Mein, Jono Howard, Mike Kubat
  • Format: Animated, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, Dubbed, DVD-Video, Subtitled, NTSC
  • Language: English, French, Spanish
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
  • Dubbed: French, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: Warner Bros. Home Video
  • Release Date: April 24 2007
  • Run Time: 292 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • ASIN: B000M4RG7O
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #38,659 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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This 2-disc set includes all 13 full-length episodes from the Eds' scam-tastic second season plus tons of bonus special features -- like a behind-the-scenes documentary lessons on how to draw Ed a music video and more.Running Time: 295 min.Format: DVD MOVIE Genre: CHILDREN/FAMILY Rating: NR UPC: 053939731026 Manufacturer No: T7310

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I very much enjoyed getting to se ed edd N eddy again and in nice clean sharp picture quality too, a 10 out of 10 from this customer
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22 of 24 people found the following review helpful
Laugh Your ED off... Some More ! April 24 2007
By Tim Coogan - Published on
There's something about "Ed, Edd n Eddy" that makes me laugh... uncontrollably. Whatever the reason, I can laugh some more in the brand new second season DVD set ! Forget five or six stars; I'm rating this SEVEN stars !

Honestly, some of my most favorite ED-isodes are from the second season such as:

"Dear ED" - Jonny 2X4 breaks up with Plank and the Eds help him find a new "friend" for him.
"To Sir With ED" - Nazz comes over Eddy's house to babysit Eddy, who thinks it's all a date.
"Ready, Set, ED !" - The Eds attempt to break a world record.
"Shoo ED" - The Eds use Jonny's annoyance on everyone for cash.
"Floss Your ED" - Single D has a loose tooth and everybody tries to pull it out.
"Home Cooked EDs" - The Kankers vacation in Eddy's front yard.
"ED in a Halfshell" - Jimmy becomes Eddy's protege in scheming.
"One + One = ED" - The Eds enter a parallel universe they've taken apart.

Along with some of these great ED-isodes are some greater special features. They include an in-depth and very informative interview by creator Danny Antonucci, a "How to Draw Ed" feature, two never-before-seen promo spots, and a music video entitled "I'm Not Coming in Today"; better known as "The Incredible Shrinking Day". (I knew it !)

Although I'm a tad bummed that Cartoon Network has officially announced the Eds' series finale recently, I won't be too bummed if I keep on buyin' the DVD sets so I can laugh on and on again and again whenever I want to. Hope you do too. And while we're at it, I hope season three is in the works !
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Toon Mania May 23 2007
By Gord Wilson - Published on
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From the day Danny Antonucci faxed the rough sketch of the Eds to Linda Simensky at Cartoon Network, this early '80s toon was destined to be a classic. Watch the interview with DA on this set and you'll see why. Briefly, this toon introduced the "boiling line" --the outlines are constantly moving. This was initially disconcerting to some viewers, but compare how tastefully nuanced is the movement in this cartoon with the overdone computerized camera used in many live action shows. I could watch this show all day because the character design and backgrounds are so incredible, comparable to early Hanna- Barbera or Peanuts in their restrained "less is more" aesthetic. Contrast that with the CGI music video on this set of "I'm Not Coming In Today," where Sarah has lost all her "Sarah-ness," and the Eds move stiffly. Yawn.

Need more? This is one of the few shows since the Simpsons to feature humans. Like Peanuts or Looney Tunes, it mixes fantasy elements with realistic ones. The shows are also longer-- two to a half hour-- than the HB three to a half hour format they otherwise reflect. DA, known for indie toons Lupo the Butcher and The Brothers Grunt, is the last guy you'd expect to bring the mix of subtlety and innocence that is the secret of every great cartoon, but the first guy who did. In the current animation glut, this secret has been forgotten in the rush to make everything "extreme", which is to say, as overdone and unsubtle as most current live shows. The answer of Suits (or maybe flannel shirts) is to make everything even more extreme in hopes of seducing viewers, a short- sighted strategy if there ever was one. No wonder TV is in trouble. Now, with this great deal on Season two (and Season one also available), this watermark of early '80s toons shows how great a cartoon can be. Watch the Eds, Grasshopper, and learn from the Master.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
ed,edd,n eddy season 2 Jan. 3 2008
By Pebbles - Published on
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Hello I'm an autistic adult.

This is my review on Ed, Edd, N Eddy - the complete second season.

Great season loved it I have volume 1, volume 2, season 1, and season 2 if your a big ed,edd,n eddy fan than this is for you.

Plus there is bonus material that can not be seen on tv.

By this you'll love it and enjoy it.

Ed, Edd, N eddy fan all the way!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
That's Good TV Right There! May 28 2011
By Stacymay - Published on
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Epic yes! The Second Season is one of my favorites; I believe the show got better as time went on, although S5 was a little "off" at times. Anyway, some of my favorite episodes are here such as "Mirror Mirror on the Ed" and "To Sir With Ed". This show cracks me up and will always have a special place in my heart, and my DVD shelf! Amazon delivered it promptly and it was in great condition. I pop in a disc whenever I'm feeling low and it always manages to remind me of simpler times, and of course I'm in love with all 3 Eds and the unique writing and drawing style with a big heaping spoonful of personality.

The special features are pretty good too. I really enjoyed the interview with Danny; very in-depth and interesting! Not a fan of The Incredible Shrinking Day (which I'd already seen on YouTube anyways) or the HTD and origami stuff. Still, enjoyable and SOOOOOOOOOOO worth the buy! What a bargain! *insert Eddy-related scam joke here*
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
An Ed for All Seasons Oct. 6 2008
By Stan North - Published on
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By season 2, the Eds had reached their stride. The animation is assured, the voice actors have grown into their roles, and the writing is solid. Although this set contains a few of my all-time favorite episodes, there really isn't a clunker among them, and how many TV shows can say that, animated or otherwise? Add to that the oh-so-weird, yet oh-so-wonderful music video for "I'm Not Coming In [Anymore]" (identified on the disc as "I'm Not Coming In Today"), and you have a perfect product. As the Eds would say, "Season 3, please!"