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Full House: The Complete Seasons 1 & 2

Includes:Full House: The Big Three-O (1987) Full House: Sea Cruise (1987) Full House: Knock Yourself Out (1987) Full House: The First Day of School (1987) Full House: The Return of Grandma (1987) Full House: Our Very First Show (1987) Full House: Joey's Place (1987) Full House: Daddy's Home (1987) Full House: Jesse's Girl (1987) Full House: The Miracle of Thanksgiving (1987) Full House: Our Very First Promo (1987) Full House: Our Very First Night (1987) Full House: Our Very First Christmas Show (1988) Full House: Half a Love Story (1988) Full House: A Pox in Our House (1988) Full House: But Seriously, Folks (1988) Full House: Just One of the Guys (1988) Full House: Cutting it Close (1988) Full House: The Seven-Month Itch, Part 1 (1988) Full House: The Seven-Month Itch, Part 2 (1988) Full House: D.J. Tanner's Day Off (1988) Full House: Tanner vs. Gibbler (1988) Full House: Joey Gets Tough (1988) Full House: Triple Date (1988) Full House: Sisterly Love (1988) Full House: Beach Boy Bingo (1988) Full House: Jingle Hell (1988) Full House: D.J.'s Very First Horse (1988) Full House: It's Not My Job (1988) Full House: Mad Money (1988) Full House: Danny's Very First Date (1988) Full House: Pal Joey (1989) Full House: Goodbye, Mr. Bear (1989) Full House: I'm There for You, Babe (1989) Full House: El Problema Grande de D.J. (1989) Full House: Baby Love (1989) Full House: Working Mothers (1989) Full House: Blast From the Past (1989) Full House: Luck Be a Lady, Part 2 (1989) Full House: Fogged In (1989) Full House: Little Shop of Sweaters (1989) Full House: Middle Age Crazy (1989) Full House: A Little Romance (1989) Full House: Luck Be a Lady, Part 1 (1989) Full House: The Big Three-O Hoping to surprise Danny (Bob Saget) on his 30th birthday, Jesse (John Stamos) buys his brother-in-law some expensive new car seats for his precious antique automobile. Unfortunately, before he can show off this gift, Jesse not only wrecks Danny's car, but also sends the vehicle gurgling to the bottom of San Francisco Bay. Now Jesse must conspire with Joey (David Coulier) to make up for this gaffe and transform Danny's birthday party into something that he'll always remember--without any regrets whatsoever. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide Full House: Sea Cruise While the girls are off visiting Grandma Claire, Danny Bob Saget), Jesse (John Stamos) and Joey (David Coulier) take advantage of their absence by embarking on a fishing trip. Unexpectedly joining the boys on this excursion are Jesse's former girlfriend, a rock singer named Roxanne (Michelle Nicastro), and her three backup singers. In the course of events, widower Danny begins to toy with the notion of re-entering the dating scene--or does he? (Trivia note: this is the episode in which Danny's baby daughter Michelle walks for the first time). ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide Full House: Knock Yourself Out San Francisco TV sportscaster Danny (Bob Saget) gets his big chance at nationwide exposure when he is tapped to cover a major boxing match. Alas, the fight is over virtually before it begins--and it's all Danny's fault. Meanwhile, Joey (David Coulier) and Jesse (John Stamos) explore their "inner parent" when Michelle (Jodie Sweetin) catches cold. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide Full House: The First Day of School With the beginning of the school year, D.J. (Candace Cameron) is transferred to a class for gifted students. She isn't particular happy about this, since she will no longer be classmates with her best friend Kimmy (Andrea Barber in her first series appearance. Meanwhile, Stephanie (Jodie Sweetin) faces the prospect of entering Kindergarten with fear and loathing, certain that no one will pay any attention to her. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide Full House: The Return of Grandma Under normal circumstances, Danny (Bob Saget) would greet the news of his mother's impending visit by scurrying around to clean up the house before her arrival. Alas, Joey (David Coulier) has neglected to info

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Released - Tuesday, October 6 , 2009
  • Distributed by - Warner Home Video
  • MPAA Rating - NR
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