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Fans can add 25 episodes of Animaniacs Volume 2 to their classic animation DVD collection starring the Warner Brothers, Yakko and Wakko, and the Warner Sister, Dot so crazy that the studio execs locked them away in the water tower. Animaniacs Volume 2 features over nine hours of great entertainment in this five-disc collector's set. Also, don’t miss 22 episodes from the Emmy® Award Winning series Pinky and the Brain as they attempt to take over the world in Pinky and The Brain Volume 2, a fun-filled four-disc collector's set. Each release is priced to own at $44.98 SRP and has an order due date of October 31, 2006.

In Pinky and The Brain Volume 2, produced by Steven Spielberg, two lab mice (one a genius, the other insane) living in the Acme labs seek to formulate a plan for the duo, led by Brain, to take over the world. In each episode, Pinky and the Brain take on each attempt with a dry wit and humor and likely a parody of other media.

“We are very excited to release the second volumes of both of these classic animated series to DVD,” said Dorinda Marticorena, WHV Vice President, Kids and Sports Marketing. “Volume one of both Animaniacs and Pinky and the Brain had terrific sales success and we are eager to bring fans the next installment of these popular shows.”

Pinky and the Brain Volume 2 special features include:
“The Audition” [Mark Hamill of Star Wars fame, and Wayne Knight of Seinfield come to a casting call. While auditioning they get a surprise voicecoaching lesson from the original Pinky & The Brain voices, Maurice LaMarche (The Brain) and Rob Paulsen (Pinky)]Runtime approx 20 min.

Pinky and the Brain Volume 2
$44.98 SRP
Street Date: December 5, 2006
Pre Order Date: October 31, 2006
Languages: English 5.1, English 2.0
Subtitles: Spanish, French, CC
Running time: 484 minutes
DVD Catalog #82463


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