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Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Snorks: The Complete First Season DVD Review

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Snorks: The Complete First Season DVD Review

Synopsis: "I first discovered Captain Ortega's logbook in a monastery that overlooks the sea. On the morning of February 13, 1634, Captain Ortega anchored his ship behind a barrier reef. That night, they were attacked by pirates. The ship, set afire, sank into the lagoon. Ten days later, the captain was found, delirious, still clutching his logbook. He described a world of tiny, underwater creatures no bigger than his thumb. No one believed him, but you know, there's something about Captain Ortega's story…that makes me believe it's true!" It’s true, all right – just ask the Snorks! In their steam-powered city carved out of coral, these multi-colored denizens of the deep have whale-sized hearts and are up for any challenge – or party – the ocean might send their way. So come along with Allstar, Casey, Daffney, Dimmy, Junior and Tooter as they explore life within – and sometimes beyond – the limits!

Review: Finally animation fans get the Snorks on DVD!  This beloved, albeit somewhat obscure, series from the 1980s ran for four wonderful seasons.  This manufacture on demand DVD from the Warner Archive covers the complete first season, which originally aired the fall of 1984.   This show features the Snorks, an ancient race of underwater beings that rarely dare to venture into space (the surface).   This show is adorable and fun and everything we loved in 1980s Hanna-Barbera animation.  The video transfer is fantastic and all of the title cards appear to be in-tact.  Hopefully, we'll get the rest of this series released to DVD soon.  We highly recommend this one for any fan of animation and, of course, the Snorks!  Our kids loved this show.  Its fantastic to be able to expose them to the great animation of my youth.

Interest Range: Vintage Animation