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Garfield and Friends: Volume 2


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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
The Next Installment! Nov. 13 2004
By Tom N Carello - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
More Garfield And Friends!

After viewing Vol 1, I remember just how much I missed these Cartoons on Saturday Morning! I don't know the Cartoon List, but 24 more Shows..well, you can't go wrong there!

Also, Garfield Fans, look on this site for 'Garfield's Travel Adventures', the next installment of specials, now available for pre-order!

Garfield is at the top of my DVD Toon list (and all-time favorite toons) with other collections now including Tom & Jerry and Looney Tunes Gold Collections.
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Another great season of Garfield and Friends Dec 23 2004
By Kelli - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
I watched this show every Saturday morning growing up. It's a classic in my opinion. This season has some great episodes on it, such as robo-odie, Kung-Foo creatures on the Rampage 2, Mystic Manor, Fit for a king, Ben Hog, and Dessert in the Desert. A must have!
12 of 15 people found the following review helpful
Too Much Garfield is Never Enough Jan. 27 2005
By Gord Wilson - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
The early 'eighties were arguably an all-time low for cartoons. Then in 1983, four stars appeared to light the way. Alvin and the Chipmunks marked the recording rodents' return to TV, (absent since The Alvin Show in the 'sixties). Mickey Mouse, last seen in 1953's "The Simple Things," re-entered the spotlight in Mickey's Christmas Carol. The Peanuts Gang got their own weekly slot on "The Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show." And Jim Davis' fat cat made his first TV appearance in Here Comes Garfield. These four classic characters were in the vanguard of an animation revolution.

The undebated high point came five years later when Fox syndicated the wonderful weekly series, Garfield and Friends. It was everything other cartoon fare wasn't. Like Peanuts, it was paced to the comic. Long before Animaniacs, there were subtle send-ups of the state of the tube: the Buddy Bears parodying early attempts at "educational" cartoons, prompting Joe Barbara to proclaim he was in favor of cartoons that were "mindlessly funny" instead of "mindlessly preachy." It stands up now as a cartoon with high production values, and the series compares favorably with Film Roman's Garfield specials. Disney would bring the same high standard with its re-entry into weekday cartoons, beginning with Ducktales.

Then there was Lorenzo Music's inimitable voicing of Garfield. Characters frequently broke into song and dance numbers, but always stopping to wink at the audience, "hey, you know it's a cartoon." Running through the endlessly repeating set of a haunted house, Garfield would note that either monsters were afoot or the producers had been buying old Scooby Doo scripts. Orson Pig would read books, not to be educational, but always with pratfalls, slapstick and pure imagination. As other reviewers have noted, the early theme song is annoying. The better-known and far wittier "We're ready to party, we're ready" with "surprises and pies of all sizes" takes over two thirds of the way into the second season. It's almost too great to watch an episode a day instead of once a week, as they originally aired, but as any fan of the lasagna-loving feline knows, too much Garfield is never enough.
9 of 11 people found the following review helpful
EXCELLENT Oct. 3 2004
By John Philippi - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
I updated this post before, but apparently Amazon would rather I not list all 24 episodes in my review. This DVD is definitely worth your money. In my opinion, the episodes in this installment of Garfield & Friends are even better than the first one. It even has the Mini-Mall episode! Hurry up and grab this one. ;)
10 of 13 people found the following review helpful
The most anticipated G&F Volume yet, and for good reason. Dec 9 2004
By D. Vincent - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
This volume has "Video Airlines," possibly the best ep of Garfield and Friends ever - most people probably know it as the one with the Kung Fu Creatures on the Rampage, TWO.

"Tu! Tu no eres Sylvia! Tu eres una de las criaturas de Kung Fu en rampaje - DOS!"

I never get tired of that. But you should buy this because G&F is the last of a dead breed - quality Saturday Morning animation that anyone can enjoy, because the writing is well done, even though the animation is definitely on the cheap side.

I did wish that this set had some more extra features than just the Garfield movie trailer (Don't watch that movie, by the way). Writer's commentary by Mark Evanier would have been nice, but I wasn't holding my breath. That's the only real criticism I can levy against this, though. If you love cartoons, or just like to laugh, this is a set to buy.


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