Garfield: Garfield And Friends, Season 3
- Product Dimensions : 1.78 x 19.05 x 13.72 cm; 77.11 Grams
- Item model number : DGARF607D
- Media Format : NTSC, Widescreen
- Run time : 7 hours and 12 minutes
- Release date : 27 October 2020
- Studio : PBS (Direct)
- ASIN : B088N63P7L
- Number of discs : 2
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Enjoy the complete third season of Garfield and Friends. This hilarious DVD collection based on the newspaper cartoon created by Jim Davis features classic episodes centered around the worlds most lovable feline Garfield, his owner Jon Arbuckle and pal Odie. Watch as Garfield becomes a stowaway after Jon goes on a cruise, as Garfield hosts a TV debate on why cats are better than dogs, and more.
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All 3 seasons would make a great Christmas gift for retro fans and new of Garfield.
This disc contains all 18 episodes from season 3 of Garfield and Friends. This includes both the Garfield episodes-- and the U.S.Acres episodes (which I love). You're not getting any extras-- but you are getting 430 minutes of incredible kids/family television for only $9.99. You really can't beat that.
If you are a packaging guy-- well there isn't much here. It's 2 discs inside of a basic double dvd case with pretty much nothing else to see outside of the double-sided cover art. But for the price point, I really didn't expect much. An episode list might have been nice, though.
This is where things get dicey. Quality wise-- the show has literally never looked this good before. For this series of releases, each episode was restored to HD quality (which is admittedly strange that they then chose to release this on DVD--- you can bet a 4k or bluray release is on its way soon). So yes-- the quality here is pretty great, and far superior to the older releases. The only trade off is that these are presented in widescreen rather than the original 4:3 presentation. For some-- that is a mortal sin. For me, its great! I hate having black bars on the sides of my screen, and I would gladly trade away a little bit of the image to have the entire thing fit on my screen. But to each their own-- if that is going to bother you, stick with the original releases.
If the cost had been more- I would have given this a lower grade due to the lack of box art, no episode list, no ability to choose between wide screen or full screen, and not being available in HD when the show was remastered in HD. However, at $10-- you're getting a great product at the perfect price. You would be hard pressed to find a better value in entertainment these days. $10 for 7 hours of family fun? It's a home run.