Full House: The Complete Seasons 1 - 7

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Full House: The Complete Seasons 1 - 7

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Full House: The Complete Seasons 1 - 7


Season 1

Take three little girls, their recently widowed father, and two of dad's best buddies, put them in the same household, and stand back for a Full House of laughs, love and warmth.

Enjoy all 22 Season One episodes (plus wonderful extras!!) of the smash-hit series that ran from 1987 to 1995. Bob Saget plays Danny Tanner, the girls' doting dad. John Stamos is their rock 'n' rollin' Uncle Jesse. Dave Coulier is Joey, a wannabe comic whose best audience is right at home. And the three Tanner youngsters are played by Candice Cameron, Jodie Sweetin and Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, who share the role of nine-month-old scene stealer Michelle.

Season 2

There are lots of changes at the Tanner house this year: Danny gets a new job (as a morning talk-show host) and a co-host (Rebecca, who wins Jesse's heart). Jesse and Joey team up as jingle writers and baby Michelle starts walking and talking. These changes and more make sure one thing hasn't changed: Full House is still a fun house, a happy haven for growing up and going strong!

Join the good times as three great guys and three little girls make being a family the coolest gig in town.

Season 3

Ready, set, grow. This year the Tanner girls are really growing up. Michelle starts preschool. Stephanie is the only Tanner left in elementary school. And D.J. makes the big move to junior high, an exciting but scary new world of boys, parties, makeup and freaked-out fathers like Danny (plus freaked-out father substitutes like Jesse and Joey). But there's still plenty of time for silly fun. Danny and Joey attend their fraternity reunion - in drag. Jesse tries to relive his rebellious youth by performing a death-defying stunt. And an adorable golden retriever helps fill Full House with even more love.

Season 4

Everyone remember the fun they had watching Full House on TV. Those memories have to include D.J.'s first after-school job. Stephanie getting (eeeek!) glasses. Michelle treating her goldfish to a bubble bath. Joey's co-starring role with Frankie Avalon and Annette Funicello in a surf-and-sand TV series. Danny dating a ditzy 21-year-old who's more into clubbing than kids. And best of all, the romantic (and frantic) Katsopolis-Donaldson nuptials. All those moments - and more - are here to enjoy in the 26-episode Season Four of good times. Full House style.

Season 5

This season Full House really lives up to its name: Jesse and Becky have twins! Yup, a double helping of baby love has everyone oohing, cooing and bumping into each other. But even with the Tanner household bursting at the seams, Michelle thinks there's room for one more: She wants her kindergarten teacher to marry her daddy! Adding newborns Nick and Alex to the comedy mix is just the start of the Season 5 update. Joey gets a cool new job as Ranger Joe, TV's cartoon host with the most. D.J. learns to drive. Stephanie drives everyone crazy when she competes in a spelling bee. And Michelle becomes the latest Tanner daughter to join the Honeybees.

Season 6

The welcome mat is out for another full season of Full House, where the Tanner household population explosions has now reached nine. But that just means more fun-for-all and all-for-fun.

Season 7

Fun and games, love and laughs - all under one roof! Full House is back for a sunny seventh season with 24 episodes full of remember-when joy. This time around, Jesse inherits the Smash Club, the venue where his band used to play. Joey falls for a comedienne who's into insult humor (sooo unTanner). And Danny wins a perfect-couple contest with an unlikely fiance. But the biggest surprise comes last, when Danny gets an offer on the Tanner house at double its value. With the house so full and lives so busy, could it be time for everyone to split up and move on?


  • Length
  • Rating NR
  • Released:
  • Added May 02 2007
  • Empire SKU 1327137
  • UPC Code 085391114758
  • Studio  Warner Bros.
  • Packaging Custom
  • Number of Discs 28
  • Disc SS-DL


Season 1
Original Unaired Pilot with John Posey in the Bob Saget role
Commentary by Creator/Executive Producer Jeff Franklin on Our Very First Show and Mad Money
House of Trivia Selectable fast-fact Subtitle Track on The Miracle of Thanksgiving

Season 2
Top Ten Rules of Parenting
Full House Trivia

Season 3
Joey Impersonations: Season 3 Montage

Season 4, 5, 6 & 7
Features Not Specified


  • Audio
    English Dolby Digital Mono [CC]
    English Dolby Digital Stereo [CC]
  • Video
    Standard 1.33:1 Color

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