King of the Hill may be king of DVD

Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment is not only preparing the Texas-based cartoon King of the Hill: The Complete First Season for a DVD release, but its making it one of the most comprehensive season sets out there.

The 1997 mid-season replacement series from Mike Judge, creator of Beavis and Butthead, followed the lives of Hank, Peggy and Bobby Hill along with their neighbors and friends in a small Texas town with big Texan pride. All twelve episodes of the first season are included in the set.

Presented in their original fullscreen, and Dolby Surround 2.0, the discs will come with a wealth of features including audio commentary on eight episodes, several featurettes including “Becoming King of the Hill,” “Mowing Lesson with Charlie,” “The Do’s and Don’ts of King of the Hill,” “Dale’s Conspiracies,” and “Meet the Hills”, a staggering 75 deleted scenes, extended scenes, and an alternate ending to one of the episodes, a music video from Barenaked Ladies, the main title with alternate music themes, TV spots for each episode, and a special “Thank You from the Production.”.

Priced at $54.95, the set will arrive on June 24th to join your other DVDs and DVD accessories.

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