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Simpsons: Season 1 [Import USA Zone 1]

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  • Format : AC-3, Coffret, Dolby, Sous-titré, NTSC, Import
  • Audio : Anglais (Dolby Surround), Français (Dolby Surround)
  • Sous-titres : Anglais, Espagnol
  • Région : Région 1 (USA et Canada). Ce DVD ne pourra probablement pas être visualisé en Europe. Plus d'informations sur les formats DVD/Blu-ray.
  • Nombre de disques : 3
  • Studio : 20th Century Fox
  • Date de sortie du DVD : 15 mai 2012
  • ASIN: B007KFZ85K
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Grab the remote and D'oh let go! The world's funniest and most dysfunctional family are on a collision course with technology in the long-awaited, highly anticipated release ...


From practically the first episode, broadcast in 1989, The Simpsons impacted on planet TV like a giant multi-coloured meteor. With a claim to being the defining pop cultural phenomenon of the 1990s--hip, fast, sharp and primary--there was nothing even in rock & roll to match this. The Simpsons is possibly the greatest sitcom ever made. Although the animation was initially primitive, never before had cartoon characters been so well drawn. There had been loveable middle-aged layabouts on TV before, but Homer Simpson successfully stole their crown and out-slobbed them all in every department ("The guys at the plant are gonna have a field day with this," he grumbles in "Call of The Simpsons" as he watches scientists on a TV news item who can't decide whether he is incredibly dense or a brilliant beast). However, in this first series he isn't quite yet the bloated man-child he would become in later series; instead he's a growling patriarch with a Walter Matthau-type voice. His sensible half Marge's croak, meanwhile, has yet to settle down, while the vast cast of minor Springfield characters have yet to find their place. Bart, however, was a smash from the start: dumb as Homer but spiky-haired and resourceful, he sets out his manifesto in "Bart the Genius"; while "Moaning Lisa" spotlights his over-achieving sister and is a good early example of the series' clever handling of melancholy bass notes.

Throughout its life there's always been confusion as to whether The Simpsons is a show for kids or adults, but with allusions in these first 13 episodes to Kubrick, Diane Arbus, Citizen Kane and (in a very satisfyingly anti-French episode) Manon des Sources, it should already have been clear that this was a programme for all ages and all IQs from 0 to 200. Dysfunctional they may have been, but the Simpsons stuck together, and audiences stuck with them into the 21st century. --David Stubbs

On the DVD: The packaging is good but the 13 episodes are spread very thinly here, with just five each on discs one and two . The commentary track is intermittently interesting though a tad repetitive, as creator David Groening is joined by various other members of the team. The third disc has some neat extra stuff, including outtakes, the original Tracey Ullman Show shorts and a five-minute BBC documentary, but is again fairly brief. The menu interfaces are pretty clunky, annoyingly forcing you to watch endless copyright warnings after each episode and with no facility to "play all". The content is wonderful, of course, but three discs looks like overkill. --Mark Walker --Ce texte fait référence à l'édition DVD.

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187 internautes sur 224 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
More information on this incredible release. 3 juillet 2001
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
This set represents the first of an expected 12 (more?) seasons of the Simpsons to be released on DVD. The current plan is to release 2-3 seasons a year. The second season will be released in time for Christmas.
Since the first season was shorter, this first disc has many extras. First, all of the shorts from the Tracy Ullman show will be there. Also, there will be a "lost" episode included.
Fox must be commended in releasing these discs. When they were preparing to release the discs, they went to the fans, and asked how we would like them released. As season packs? How many extras? How often? Rarely does a publisher care that much.
Specific Contents:
There are 48 shorts from 3 seasons (1987-1989) of the Tracy Ullman Show.
The first season (1989-1990) includes:
7G08 Simpsons Roasting on an Open Fire
7G02 Bart the Genius
7G03 Homer's Odyssey
7G04 There's No Disgrace Like Home
7G05 Bart the General
7G06 Moaning Lisa

7G09 Call of the Simpsons
7G07 The Tell-Tale Head
7G11 Jacques To Be Wild (aka Life on the Fast Lane)
7G10 Homer's Night Out
7G13 The Crepes of Wrath
7G12 Krusty Gets Busted
7G01 Some Enchanted Evening

The Simpsons is the longest running comedy, longest running prime time animated series, and is definately some of the wisest, best written comedy and satire ever put on TV. God Bless Fox for giving them all to us.
17 internautes sur 17 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
This DVD is... Excellent 3 juillet 2001
Par Joecool - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
The Simpsons is art at its finest. The opening season is the shortest containing 13 classic episodes compared to 20+ in the following seasons, which will all be released in order eventually. Sure the animation isn't as good and Homer's voice is a little different (even though it is the same person), but these stories are among the best and started the most entertaining series ever. This is the origin of many funny phrases that have become apart of American culture. Also, this will show each episode in its entirety. Syndicated reruns often cut out a few seconds per episode to make room for commercials, so unless you recorded the original airing you're probably missing something.
Season One (1989-1990) consists of: Simpsons Roasting on an Open Fire (7G08) Bart the Genius (7G02) Homer's Odyssey (7G03) There's No Disgrace Like Home (7G04) Bart the General (7G05) Moaning Lisa (7G06) Call of the Simpsons (7G09) The Telltale Head (7G07) Life on the Fast Lane (7G11) Homer's Night Out (7G10) The Crepes of Wrath (7G13) Krusty Gets Busted (7G12) and Some Enchanted Evening (7G01).
If you still don't own a DVD player, unlimited replay of the funniest show ever should be reason enough to finally get one. Pick this up when you get the chance, but beware you may never go outside again.
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Look at it with fresh eyes! 10 janvier 2005
Par JLG - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Wow. I didn't expect the reviews of Season 1 to be so overwhelmingly negative.

I've discovered something interesting. "The Simpsons" is like politics. Two people look at the very same thing, but come to incredibly different conclusions that seem to directly contradict each other. I'm beginning to understand why Washington is so bitterly partisan. But I digress!

I'll come out and say it: I love these thirteen quirky little films. I know many people have been denouncing them as unfunny, poorly animated, awkward-looking, and slowly-paced. You can make a case for all these arguments---humor is always subjective---but it's important to view things in context. The causually negative reviews seem like an odd case of amnesia. As awful as you might think these are, just 15 short years ago they had critics and audiences alike rolling on the floor. They were, to put it bluntly, groundbreakers. Things have caught up, as they always do, and have made the innovators look old-fashioned.

People begin a television series knowing full well that if they get to make more seasons, the show will inevitably change. Things develop, characters are fleshed out, awkward ideas are dropped, the internal logic works itself out.

What if "The Simpsons" had been a ratings failure, loved by critics and audiences but cancelled after just one or two seasons? This first season would be a cult classic today, and there would have been mounds of unfulfilled potential, something that pervades any first season of any show. Homer can't go into space yet--we've got to get to know him first!

What one thinks of this first season (and what what thinks of the current seasons) depends on what they like about the show to begin with. It seems that those who just love the comedy element, the razor-sharp timing, breakneck jokes and topical jabs, and goofy characters doing crazy things, are in love with the modern show and scratch their heads over this disk. Others love the comedy too, but they also love the show as the story of these characters, this goofy family that wormed its way into our hearts, corny as that sounds. They feel that comedy is even better with a little dramatic backdrop to give it some urgency. They don't just laugh at the characters, they feel for them a little, too. The slower pace of these early stories and the more character-oriented dialogue fit right in with that sensibility.

I agree with the reviewer who said that these shows seem to be less out-and-out comedies than funny family sitcoms with a dramatic tinge. From what the commentaries suggest, it seems it was largely the influence of James L. Brooks that gave it that element. I miss it a lot. As the show got funnier and funnier, it gradually lost the warmth. (These days, as someone else pointed out, it's also lost a lot of maturity.) The best balance between humor and warmth was achieved, I think, in seasons 2 through 4. After that the show was incredibly funny, but it rarely ever had the sincerity that seems to color this first, half-season. Don't forget, they were in uncharted waters. It was very unlikely in anyone's mind that the show would take off the way it did. Matt Groening was right when he referred to season one as "a series of wild experiments that succeeded beyond our dreams". They were appealing to anyone out there who would tune in and give the show a chance. Kids were a bonus, but it was the adults who mattered.

What I regret is how "The Simpsons" seems to have been taken over by a "Comic-Book Guy" mentality, only speaking to people who have seen every episode, memorize lines, and know a lot of trivia. What about outsiders? This DVD represents the sweat and blood of people who believed enough in this premise to put it out there before the prime-time audiences of America and see what would happen.

Do yourself a favor. Forget everything. Forget "Simpsons-mania". Forget Emmy awards. Forget "fans". Forget "DVD extras". Forget phrases like "worst episode ever!" This is just a show on television. You're flipping the channels and you come across this weird cartoon family misbehaving in an opera balcony. What the hell is this? Is this about a yellow bug family or something?

You're curious, and you put down the remote. You view all of this with fresh eyes. See it for the first time. ("What's the name of the mom, again? That weird old guy the father works for is funny. Hey, that principal kinda reminds me of my uncle. Omigod, Bart is just like my cousin! Say, what state do they live in?")

If you simply don't like these episodes, even in that context, then that's that. Again, everything's subjective. But if you can view these films on their own terms, blotting out what would come later, you may find it's like being reintroduced to some old friends.

The animation is crude and quirky, but if you know a little about how television animation is produced, you'll know that it's a system where you don't always know who in Asia will be working on what, whether you've got an A crew or a B crew, or how closely the final thing will reflect your carefully made plans. The overseas system, thankfully, has gotten much better in the last fifteen years, thus so has quality-control.

Besides, I think it's fun to see the familiar characters moving in fluid, rubbery ways and occasionally distorting into weird shapes. As for the voices, while some of them have changed drastically over time, the performances themselves are mostly as good as they ever were. At times I do find some of Harry Shearer's (Skinner, Smithers, Flanders) performances a little flat, but he settled in very quickly.

(side note: I don't buy the "Bart-centric" myth at all. If you actually look at these (and season 2)one by one, there are less Bart-centered stories versus ones built around Homer and others. Bart was certainly the one who was merchandised to death early on and was the talk of parents and teachers, but it was totally overblown. Remove all that and he's just one main character out of four. Okay, five.)

To conclude, this DVD contains a very different animal than the one that's on today, and even the classic seasons that followed it. But it's a show that was raw, honest, and for the time, edgy. Watching it, you'll see that it could have developed in several different directions than the one it did. This makes it historically interesting to fans, but forget about us. Casual buyers who never really got into the show should pick this up to see what all the shouting was about fifteen years ago. I dare 'em not to at least grin.
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At last 5 juillet 2001
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
The best television art North America has ever produced comes to DVD at last. All 13 original episodes and with commentary by Matt Groening too and then some !! Mmmmmmmm DVD with sprinkles. Here are more details: Disc One: 1. "Simpsons Roasting On An Open Fire" ­ episode and commentary. 2. "Bart The Genius" ­ episode, commentary and original script. 3. "Homer's Odyssey" ­ episode and commentary. 4. "There's No Disgrace Like Homer"­ episode and commentary. "Bart The General"­ episode, commentary and original script. 5. "Moaning Lisa"­ episode, commentary and original script. Disc Two: 1. "Call Of The Simpsons"­ episode and commentary. 2. "The Telltale Head"­ episode and commentary. 3. "Life On The Fast Lane"­ episode and commentary. 4. "Homer's Night Out"­ episode and commentary. "The Crepes Of Wrath"­ episode and commentary. 5. "Krusty Gets Busted"­ episode and commentary. Disc Three: 1. "Some Enchanted Evening"­ episode, commentary, unaired outtakes and original script. 2. Animatic of "Bart The General" with commentary by Matt Groening and David Silverman. 3. Albert Brooks outtakes from "Life On The Fast Lane." 4. "America's First Family" BBC special. 5. ABC News special report on the famous Bart Simpson T-shirt controversy. 6. "Good Night Simpsons" short, the first to air on "The Tracey Ullman Show. " 7. At least five foreign language clips. 8. 100 early sketches in a still gallery. 9. 12 stills and magazine covers.
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Finally 4 juillet 2001
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Oh my God. When I found out about the Simpsons Season 1 Dvd's I fell of my bed. I'm so happy, because the Simpsons is the best show in the world, anyway I think the 1st season is the 3rd best. The first two being 3 and 11. Okay, so the episodes are... 1. SIMPSONS ROASTING ON AN OPEN FIRE - When bart get's a tatto, marge has to use the family's christmas money on a removal, and Homer doesn't get a bonus, Homer gets a job as a Mall Santa. 2. BART THE GENIUS-Bart cheats on a IQ test and goes a new school. 3. HOMER'S ODYSSEY - Homer get's fired and goes on a safty kick. 4. THERE'S NO DISGRACE LIKE HOMER - After a picnic homer thinks the family needs theorapy. 5. BART THE GENERAL - Bart leads a battle against Nelson. 6. MOANING LISA - Lisa is sad, but cheered up by Bleeding Gums. 7. THE CALL OF THE SIMPSONS - the Simpsons get lost on a camping trip. 8. THE TELLTALE HEAD - Bart steals a statues Head 9. LIFE ON THE FAST LANE - Marge considers having an affair. 10. HOMER'S NIGHT OUT - Homer get's caught dancing with a stripper. 11. CREEPS OF WRATH - Bart goes to Paris. 12. KRUSTY GET'S BUSTED - This is the episodes were Sideshow Bob frames Krusty. 13. SOME ENCHANTED EVENING - Homer hires a burglar to babysit the kids. This is great set for new viewers trying to catch up. Or old to go down Simpson memorie Lane
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