Everyone's favorite lovably grumpy comic-strip feline makes the leap to the small screen for this 20th Century Fox release that's sure to entertain the whole family. Each episode is presented as originally aired in 1.33:1 full-frame, with audio rendered in closed-captioned English Dolby Digital Mono and Spanish Dolby Digital Mono with optional English and Spanish subtitles. ~ Jason Buchanan, All Movie Guide
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I'm the son of the name above. Anyway, the Garfield and Friends series are very funny. I've gone up to the 4th volume, and have really liked it. The Garfield episodes (There are 2 Garfields and one Friends epsisode for every time it shows, in GFG order.) are just like the strips, not in the plot, but the way the characters act, how things happen, etc. The comics are too short to make episodes (That's where quickies come in). The voice would proably be pretty closed to what you'd imagine. It's done very well with perfect sarcasm, fear, whichever emotion is being expressed. The first 2 volumes (Or maybe only the first) with the friends episodes are trying to teach lessons, sing songs and all the eduacational stuff. Maybe to little kids it's fun, but for 7+, it's get's really boring. They cut it out after the 1st or 2nd. But I would still strongly recommend these series. Almost all the episodes are original, and always a barrel of laughs. Two thumbs WAAAY up.