Memory lane time: This is an 1990's animated collection to share with your own kids, as August 23 brings back the Beavers!
Oh spoot! Two angry beavers will run wild on August 23, 2011, when Shout! Factory releases Angry Beavers: Season One & Two. Featuring all 26 episodes.
Angry Beavers: Season One & Two follows the crazy, irreverent and hilarious adventures of twin beavers Norbert and Daggett.
The Angry Beavers: Season One & Two has not been available in stores until now. A must have for fans of Nickelodeon, cartoon fanatics and DVD collectors.
Like all of Nickelodeon’s classic shows, The Angry Beavers: Season One & Two features an all-star voice cast which includes Richard Steven Horvitz (Mighty Morphin Power Rangers), Nick Bakay (Sabrina, The Teenage Witch) and Charlie Brisette (The Ren & Stimpy Show).
A favorite amongst fans and critics, The Angry Beavers: Season One & Two, follows the lives of two crazy, bon vivant beavers - Norbert Foster and Daggett Doofus Beaver - twin brothers that leave their home to begin enjoying the wild and freewheeling life of bachelorhood. These boys like to party hard and play all day until sleep deprivation drives them spootin’ mad! Fortunately, the boys have friends Stump (an actual tree stump), Barry Bear (he has a fear of clowns) and Treeflower (the love of Norbert's life) that often join the revelry. When all is said and done, the beavers have caused massive mayhem, many in fan-favorite episodes “Bummer Of Love,” “Fancy Prance,” “Food Of The Clods,” “If You Insisters,” “Beaver Fever,” “The Day The Earth Got Really Screwed Up” all of which are included in the DVD-set.
Created by Mitch Schauer, The Angry Beavers debuted on Nickelodeon in April 1997 and aired until November 2001. In 2009, the show debuted on Nickelodeon Canada (or as the beavers would say “Ca-naa-da”). The Angry Beavers is scheduled to return to Nicktoons in the summer of 2011 as part of its Nicktoons Rewind programming.
Traveling is expensive. If only there was an easier way!!! If you’re a beaver, there is and it’s called hitchhiking. Well technically, they call it “migrating” but we know better!