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Phineas and Ferb: Animal Agents DVD Review

Phineas and Ferb: Animal Agents DVD Review

Tomorrow is the official release of Phineas and Ferb: Animal Agents on DVD, and ToonBarn has reviewed it for you. If you are a Phineas and Ferb fan, your decision to purchase or not purchase this DVD is an easy one. Go get it, and add these episodes to your library!

Alright, for those of you still on the pro-“Ferb”-ial fence, let’s give you a review of the whole package. Phineas and Ferb: Animal Agents is a collection of episodes that feature all of the different Agents of the OWCA (Organization Without A Cool Acronym). These Agents are all animals like Perry the Platypus, that also lead double lives as mild-mannered pets. For instance, Pinky the Chihuahua, who is Isabella’s pet, also doubles as an OWCA Agent. Each of these Animal Agents also have their own evil nemesis counterpart, the same way Perry has Doofenshmirtz.

Phineas and Ferb: Animal Agents DVD
Phineas and Ferb: Animal Agents DVD

Here is a list of the episodes you will see on Phineas and Ferb: Animal Agents:

    “Journey to the Center of Candace”
    “Traffic Jam Caper”
    “Bowl-R-Rama Drama”
    “Vanessasary Roughness”
    “Isabella and The Temple of Sap”
    “Cheer Up Candace”
    “Robot Rodeo”
    “Lotsa Latkes”
    “Agent Doof”
    “Where’s Perry, Part 1”
    “Where’s Perry, Part 2”
    “What’d I Miss?”

The bonus features include several episodes of Phineas and Ferb: Take Two, which has our heroes playing the Space Ghost role, conducting short, little interviews with celebrities like:

    Cedric the Entertainer
    David Beckham
    Jason Segel
    Miss Piggy

and more…

Phineas and Ferb: Animal Agents Spy Kit

You also get an additional bonus with this DVD: The OWCA Spy Kit, which includes:

    1. A set of OWCA Spy Binoculars (they really work!)
    2. Your own OWCA ID Badge, making you an official Agent!

    3. A set of Animal Agent Trading Cards, with pics and descriptions of each Agent

    4. Offical OWCA stationary with OWCA letterhead

Disc Specifications for Phineas and Ferb: Animal Agents:

Suggested Retail Price: $19.99
Rating: TV-G in U.S. and PG in Canada
Feature Run Time: Approximately 155 minutes
Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1/Widescreen
Sound: Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround Sound
Languages: English, French, and Spanish language tracks (episodes only)

And the worm goes... (dead silence).
And the worm goes… (dead silence).

If you don’t want to miss Doofenshmirtz’s daughter, Vanessa, giving Ferb a kiss on the cheek, or finding out how often Isabella daydreams about riding on rainbows with Phineas, then don’t miss the episodes on this DVD. You’ll soon find yourself singing along with the “The Fireside Girls Song” (which isn’t too terribly long!), or “Mix and Mingle Machine”, or even an unconventional Carl the Intern’s version of “Evil for Extra Credit”. There’s even a rare nighttime episode that shows what happens when Agent Perry borrows Norm the Robot from Dr. Doofenshmirtz to protect the secrecy of the OWCA.

These episodes wouldn’t be possible without the incredible voice talents from the Phineas and Ferb Cast:

Vincent Martella (TV’s “Everybody Hates Chris”) as voice of Phineas
Thomas Brodie-Sangster ( “Nanny McPhee”) as voice of Ferb
Ashley Tisdale (“Sharpay’s Fabulous Adventure”) as voice of Candace
Alyson Stoner (“Step Up 3D,” “Camp Rock 1 & 2”) as voice of Isabella
Caroline Rhea (TV’s “The Suite Life of Zach and Cody”) as voice of Mom
Dan Povenmire as voice of Dr. Heinz Doofenshmirtz

If you didn’t see it last week, we interviewed the fantastic Creators & Executive Producers of Phineas and Ferb:

Jeff “Swampy” Marsh & Dan Povenmire

You can catch that interview here:

Phineas and Ferb Creators’ Dan Povenmire and Swampy Marsh

Phineas and Ferb: Animal Agents

By Marc Morrell

I am a Big Fan of all types of animation. Like a lot of things, the cream always rises to the top. My favorites have included Star Wars: The Clone Wars and Rebels, anything Pixar, Phineas and Ferb, Voltron Legendary Defender, and the DC/WB Animated Films. I have a lot of Old School favorites as well, such as Star Blazers, Voltron, Looney Toons, Tom & Jerry, and Scooby Doo.

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