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Futurama. : Volume 2 (2003, original release: 1999)


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MoviesDVD/TV/FUTURAMADue 10-22-15
Published: Beverly Hills, CA : Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation, c2003
Description:  4 videodiscs (ca. 437 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in
ISBN/ISSN: 6307844256 a,
Language:  English

Second season (19 episodes) of the sci-fi spoof, Futurama. Originally aired in 1999-2000

Bonus features include: full-length audio commentary on all 19 episodes ; animatics, script and storyboards and deleted scenes from selected episodes


Closed captioned for the hearing impaired

Can be viewed subtitled in English or Spanish or dubbed in Spanish or French

Disc 1: Episode 1. I second that emotion -- Episode 2. Brannigan, begin again -- Episode 3. A head in the polls -- Episode 4. Xmas story -- Episode 5. Why must I be a crustacean in love -- disc 2: Episode 6. The lesser of two evils -- Episode 7. Put your head on my shoulders -- Episode 8. Raging Bender -- Episode 9. A bicyclops built for two -- Episode 10. A clone of my own -- disc 3: Episode 11. How Hermes requisioned his groove back -- Episode 12. The deep south -- Episode 13. Bender gets made -- Episode 14. Mother's Day -- Episode 15. The problem with Popplers -- disc 4: Episode 16. Anthology of interest I -- Episode 17. War is the H-word -- Episode 18. The honking -- Episode 19. The cryonic woman

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Additional Credits:
Groening, Matt
Morton, Lewis
Dietter, Susan
West, Billy
Sagal, Katey
DiMaggio, John, 1968-
Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation

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