Format: Color, Closed-captioned, HiFi Sound, Animated, Box set, NTSC
Studio: Twentieth Century Fox
Video Release Date: February 3, 1998
VHS Features: NTSC format (US and Canada only.)
Color, Closed-captioned, HiFi Sound, Animated, Box set, NTSC
Number of tapes: 3
From IMDb: Quotes & Trivia
There are a number of solid episodes in this collection, which includes "Treehouse of Horror," the first Simpsons' Halloween special and one of the best; "Bart Gets an F," in which Bart gets Martin to tutor him and winds up corrupting him instead; "Two Cars in Every Garage and Three Eyes on Every Fish," in which Mr. Burns runs for governor and has a hilarious dinner at the Simpson household on live TV; "Bart vs. Thanksgiving," in which Bart runs away from home after getting in trouble and eats turkey at a soup kitchen; "Bart the Daredevil," featuring a hysterically gruesome appearance by Captain Lance Murdock; and "Itchy & Scratchy & Marge," wherein Marge takes on violence in cartoons--and wins. --Marshall Fine
The Simpsons classic epidoses!, October 30, 2002
Reviewer: Fabo from NO!!!
How are some reviewers saying these epidoses ain't as clever and funny as the later time? please these epidoses are great and for every Simpsons fan, including me. The Edgar Allan Poe "Raven" skid was great, but my personal favorite is Bart the Daredevil, "I'm the king of the world!..." says Homer after a hilarous mishap occurs, my favorite simpsons moment of all time, don't listen to anyone else, these epidose are brillant!
You can't go wrong with the Simpsons, February 2, 2002
Reviewer: jendf from Phoenix, AZ United States
I purchased this set specifically for the Edgar Allen Poe's, "The Raven," spoof, but the entire set is a great addition to any Simpsons' Fan video library. I recommend highly!
Great classic episodes., September 1, 2001
Reviewer: irmita from usa
This is indeed a fabulous collection of the earlier Simpsons episodes, most of which feature Bart misbehaving (such as "Bart vs. Thanksgiving" and "Bart Gets an F"). After Bart ruins Thanksgiving for his family, he impulsively runs away and ends up in a homeless shelter. In "Bart Gets an F," it is critical for Bart to pass his history test in order to be promoted to the fifth grade. A Halloween special is also included, along with the political episode where Mr. Burns gets involved in an electoral campaign. Watching these episodes is a true delight for any fan.
The Simpsons Rule, January 2, 2000
Reviewer: Charles Wahl from Buffalo, NY
For these reviews, I like to know what I'm getting. Here are the episodes- Simpsons Haloween Special, Bart Gets An F, Two Cars in Every Garage and Three Eyes on Every Fish, Bart VS. Thanksgiving, Bart the Daredevil, and my personal favorite, Marge VS. Itchy and Scratchy. If I were you, I'd go for Wave three. But these are also wonderfully "delicious" episodes.
This is a great collection! although..., March 15, 1999
Reviewer: potatoejudge from Texas, USA
I must say, all of these episodes are superb, and between each one is a 5 minute cartoon from back when the Simpson's was on the Tracy Allman show. This is a must have for the Simpsons fan, although I found it at Wallmart on sale, for way less than 20 bucks, but they only had one, and I've never seen this since, so look around but remember that Amazon does have the best selections. In my opinion, all of these are classics, so get it.
Can't get enough of those wonderful Simpsons - D'oh!, January 9, 1999
Reviewer: A viewer from Augsburg, Germany
This collection is absolutely hilarious and more than a must for any Simpsons-enthusiast. It contains Bart the Daredevil - Itchy, Scratchy and Marge - Two cars in every garage and 3 eyes on every fish [Blinky] - Bart vs. Thanksgiving - Tree House of Horror - Bart gets an F. Bart sez: Ay Carumba - Get it man or eat my shorts!