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Outrageous hijinks and crazy shenanigans abound throughout the second, third and fourth seasons of A PUP NAMED SCOOBY-DOO. In "Commander Cool," Shaggy's diagnosed with amnesia and thinks he's Commander Cool. The gang investigates a giant hamburger creature in "Night of the Living Burger" while in "The Computer Walks Among Us," Velma is suspect to a series of mysterious locker robberies. The monster of Chickenstein tries to scare everyone off in "Chickenstein Lives" and a ghost clown haunts the Coolsville amusement park in "Terror, Thy Name is Zombo." A strange hair monster terrorizes the Coolsville mall in "Horror of the Haunted Hair Piece" while a giant snail terrifies everyone in New York City in "Mayhem of the Moving Mollusk."
Episodes from Season 2 include: "Curse of the Collar," "The Return of Commander Cool," "The Spirit of Rock'n Roll," "Chickenstein Lives," "Night of the Living Burger," "The Computer Walks Among Us," "Dog Gone Scooby," "Terror, Thy Name is Zombo."
Episodes from Season 3 include: "Night of the Boogey Biker," "Dawn of the Spooky Shuttle Scare," "Horror of the Haunted Hairpiece," "Wrestle Maniacs."
Episodes from Season 4 include: "The Weredog of Doo Manor," "Ghost of Mrs. Shushman," "Catcher of the Sly," "The Wrath of Waitro," "Mayhem of the Moving Mollusk."
THE SPECTACULAR SPIDER-MAN: Volume 2 and Volume 3 on DVD
Everyone's favorite web slinging super hero returns to home screens in two new-to-DVD animated collections: THE SPECTACULAR SPIDER-MAN: Volume 2 and Volume 3 arriving March 17 from Sony Pictures Television. Executive produced by Stan Lee, Craig Kyle, Eric S. Rollman, and produced by Greg Weisman, Victor Cook and Diane A. Crea, these latest volumes were created from episodes of the hit kids' television show on the CW. The network series drew more than 1.8 million viewers weekly and will re-launch in 2009 on Disney's XD network. THE SPECTACULAR SPIDER-MAN: Volume 2 and Volume 3 are the next chapters in the series of releases. Both volumes feature a "Play All Episodes" function for seamless viewing with credits.
In the action-packed THE SPECTACULAR SPIDER-MAN: Volume 2, Peter Parker's ability to tackle an onslaught of menacing super-villains is put to the ultimate test. He must take on the evil likes of some of his most daunting rivals ever -- the Shocker, Sandman and Rhino, all while finding time for his Chemistry lessons.
In THE SPECTACULAR SPIDER-MAN: Volume 3, Peter finds himself amidst more dangerous arch enemies -- the Green Goblin, Doctor Octopus and Tombstone.
THE SPECTACULAR SPIDER-MAN: Volume 2 has a run time of 69 minutes and is rated TV Y7.
THE SPECTACULAR SPIDER-MAN: Volume 3 has a run time of 70 minutes and is rated TV Y7.
THE VELVETEEN RABBIT on DVD
From Starz/Anchor Bay, in this brand new feature film, one of the most beloved family tales of all time comes to life in an enchanting combination of live -- action drama and animated adventure. It's the story of a young boy named Toby who is sent by his busy father to spend the holiday season in the home of his stern grandmother. Toby's world instantly changes when he discovers the house's 'magic attic' where three forgotten toys - including a special stuffed rabbit - unlock a world of imagination that will change all their lives forever.
The voice talents of Jane Seymour, Tom Skerritt and Oscar winner Ellen Burstyn stair in this heartwarming story about how we bring the things we love to life, inspired by the classic children's book by Margery Williams and directed by Michael Landon, Jr.
THE ZETA PROJECT: Season 1 on DVD
Warner Home Video and DC Comics bring Zeta, the experientially infiltrated robot from BATMAN BEYOND, to DVD in THE ZETA PROJECT: The Complete First Season, on March 17. The multi-disc compilation is a spin-off from the animated series BATMAN BEYOND and includes bonus episodes from BATMAN BEYOND that feature Zeta and a featurette with producer Robert Goodman.