Animaniacs is a children's animated television program that ran from 1993 to 1998. Over the show's course, several VHS collections were released, and DVD box sets were released as well.
Several VHS videos were released in the United States, in the United Kingdom and Australia. All of these videos are out of print, but are still available at some online sellers. The episodes in the VHS "volumes" were generally jumbled at random and are in no particular order with the series. The other videotapes (with the exception of Animaniacs Stew) feature episodes that had focused on one general subject. Each video featured four to five skits each and was accompanied by a handful of skit intros, with a running time of about 45 minutes.
The Ballad of Magellan; The Presidents Song; The Planets; The Panama Canal; Be Careful What You Eat; A Quake, A Quake; Big Wrap Party Tonight; The Senses; What Are We?; All the Words in the English Language; The Tiger Prince; Hello Nurse
Video Name (Volumes)
September 21, 1993
Ups and Downs; Critical Condition; Wally Llama; Spellbound
November 2, 1993
Drive Insane; Cat on a Hot Steel Beam; With Three You Get Egg-Roll; Jockey for Position; Woodstock Slappy
December 20, 1993
Hooked on a Ceiling; The Big Kiss; Mesozoic Mindy; The Flame; Chicken Boo-Ryshnikov; Nothing But the Tooth; Pavlov's Mice
January 23, 1994
Cookies for Einstein; Hiccup; The World Can Wait; The Wild Blue Yonder; Hurray for Slappy; The Three Muska-Warners
Chairman of the Bored; Ta da Dump, Ta da Dump, Ta da Dump Dump Dump; Smell Ya Later; Lookit the Fuzzy Heads; Where Rodents Dare
Poland, Czech Republic and Central Europe
Video Name (Volumes)
Ups and Downs; Critical Condition; Wally Llama; Meatballs or Consequences; A Moving Experience
Hearts of Twilight; The Boids; With Three You Get Egg-Roll; In the Garden of Mindy; Woodstock Slappy
Hooked on a Ceiling; Space-Probed; Battle for the Planet; Cookies for Einstein; Yakko's World; Meet John Brain
Volume one of Animaniacs had sold very well; over half of the product being sold in the first week made it one of the fastest selling animation DVD sets that Warner Home Video ever put out. So far, all 99 episodes are available in 4 DVD box sets, although only Region 1 DVDs have been released so far, but many have said that they work on any DVD player, so they are possibly region free.
This five disc box set contains the first 25 episodes from season 1. Includes the featurette "Animaniacs Live!", where Maurice LaMarche hosts an in studio via satellite big screen TV with Animaniacs friends (voice actors, composers, etc.) as they comment on the show. The video is presented in its original television aspect ratio, with Dolby Digital 5.1 audio in English, with French, Portuguese, and Spanish subtitles.
This five disc box set contains the second 25 episodes (26-50) from season 1. Includes the featurette "The Writer's Flipped, They Have No Script", where Maurice LaMarche leads a gathering of writers on what their favorite Animaniacs episodes are that they wrote.
This five disc box set includes the last 15 episodes (51-65) of season 1, all 4 episodes (66-69) of season 2, and the first 6 episodes (70-75) of season 3. Includes two featurettes: "They Can't Help It if They're Cute, They're Just Drawn That Way": Meet the Character Designers, Storyboard Artists and Art Directors who give life and lunacy to Wakko, Yakko, and Dot; and "They're Totally Insane-y: In Cadence with Richard Stone": The music of Animaniacs, highlighted by a tribute to the late Composer.