Danny Phantom Season One DVD collection, from Nickelodeon and Shout!
After all this waiting, we’re finally ready to take a trip to the other side! On September 13th, Nickelodeon finally welcomes Danny Phantom home to DVD in a collection from Shout! Factory, Danny Phantom: Season One. Twenty episodes are collected across four discs, offering all of the old school goodness you could hope for. Originally created by Butch Hartman, the man behind Fairly OddParents, Danny Phantom holds the honorary title of being the first of the Nicktoons to be properly called a super hero, and this DVD package is proof he’s here to save the day.
Ready to take a trip to the other side? DANNY PHANTOM: SEASON ONE FINALLY DEBUTS ON DVD! Four-Disc DVD Set Includes 20 Awesome Episodes DVD Flies Onto Shelves September 13, 2011 from Shout! Factory
Part boy, part ghost Danny Phantom, one of Nickelodeon’s most popular animated characters, finally arrives on DVD! Get ready to huntghosts on September 13, 2011, when Shout! Factory releases Danny Phantom: Season One on DVD. Featuring all 20 spooky and hilarious episodes, Danny Phantom: Season One follows the adventures of Danny Fenton – a regular boy by day, a ghost hunter by night except that as fate would have it, he’s part boy part ghost! Long anticipated by fans, Danny Phantom: Season One has not been available in stores until now. A must have for Nickelodeon fans and DVD collectors, the four-disc DVD set will retail nationwide for $29.93.
Aside from other-worldly action, adventure and homework, Danny Phantom: Season One boasts an all-star voice cast which includes David Kaufman (The Buzz on Maggie), Grey DiLisle (Rugrats, The Fairly Odd Parents), Rickey D’Shon Collins (Recess), Colleen O’Shaughnessey (Naruto), Rob Paulsen (Pinky and the Brain), Kath Soucie (Dexter’s Laboratory, Ben 10), Martin Mull and Frank Welker (Transformers).
One of the most memorable Nickelodeon cartoons, Danny Phantom stars 14-year-old Danny Fenton, an unpopular but good-natured boy attending Casper High School in his small American hometown. Danny lives with his strange, ghost hunting parents Maddie and Jack as well as an overbearing 16-year-old sister, Jasmine. One day, while exploring his parents’ Ghost Portal, Danny accidentally turns himself into a half ghost boy launching a series of memorable adventures. Accompanied by his best friends Samantha and Tucker, Danny battles ghosts, the spiteful ghost hunter Valerie Gray, his ghost hunting parents all while keeping his new identity a secret!
Created by Butch Hartman for Nickelodeon and produced by Billionfold Studios, Danny Phantom premiered on Nickelodeon in 2004 and ran until 2007. The show also aired on TeenNick from 2004-06 and currently airs daily on NickToons.
About Shout! Factory
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