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Warner Home Video Releases the Seventh Season of Full House, the Charming Family Comedy, on DVD August 7th

The Seventh Volume of This Top-Selling Classic TV on DVD Franchise Will Feature 24 Episodes on Four Discs

BURBANK, CA (April 24, 2007) – The zaniness of the Tanner household returns to delight viewers again when Warner Home Video releases the seventh season of the top-selling classic Full House on DVD August 7, 2007. Full House: The Complete Seventh Season will include 24 episodes from the show’s seventh season in a four-disc set, and will retail for $29.98 SRP.

Viewers of all ages will be captivated by the happenings in the lives of the Tanner girls, D.J., Stephanie and Michelle, during the seventh season of Full House. The season starts with the girls returning from a summer at Camp Lakota and Michelle innocently bringing home a stray bunny named Gilbert. The girls are growing up and Danny worries about D.J. spending time alone with her boyfriend Steve in his very own apartment. Michelle on the other hand, decides to quit playing soccer after she scores a goal for the opposite team and Stephanie struggles to make new friends when she attends a new middle school. The other members living in the Tanner household experience their own dilemmas. Twins Alex and Nicky’s behavior gets out of control and begins to affect the whole house. Jesse inherits the run-down Smash Club but must re-model and open it before he can own it. Danny breaks up with Vicky and D.J. breaks up with Steve. At the end of the season, the clan considers selling their beloved house to its previous owner who offers them double of what its worth.

“We think Full House is such an enormous hit with consumers because the show has a way of making viewers feel like they are part of the Tanner household. We become involved with the characters’ daily lives, their joys, disappointments, struggles, achievements, etc. Plus kids of all ages can find someone on the show to relate to,” commented Rosemary Markson, WHV Vice President, TV Marketing. She added, “Anyone who is a Full House fan won’t want to miss this volume of the series because it’s filled with important, memorable moments in the lives of the growing Tanner girls.”

Set in San Francisco, Full House chronicles the adventures of the Tanners, an unconventional family headed by Danny Tanner (Bob Saget), a doting, widowed father who’s left to raise his daughters. With his brother-in-law, the wanna-be rock star “Uncle Jesse” Katsopolis (John Stamos), and his best friend, the stand-up comic Joey Gladstone (Dave Coulier), by his side, Danny learns all about parenting three young girls including eldest daughter D.J. (Candace Cameron), Stephanie (Jodie Sweetin) and the baby of the family, Michelle (Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen). The seventh season of the show also stars Lori Laughlin as Rebecca, Jesse’s wife. Blake and Dylan Tuomy-Wilhoit, portray Nicky and Alex, Jesse and Rebecca’s twin sons. Scott Weinger is regularly featured as Steve Hale, D.J.’s steady boyfriend.

Full House originally debuted on ABC on September 22, 1987 and was broadcast until May 23, 1995. Today, the show airs in syndication on Nick at Nite and ABC Family. It continues to rank in the top 5 for girls ages 8-15 and in the top 10 for boys ages 8-11.

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