Full House: The Complete Series Collection [DVD]  [Region 1] [NTSC]
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Full House: Tournament Fighter was a prototype for a fighting game (based off of Street Fighter II: Tournament Fighter) that does not really exist, nor is it even canon. It was featured in a AVGN episode where he plays "Shaq Fu" and he compares it to this fake game. Coordinating producer: Miles Kristman (1993–95) (stage manager: series premiere; production supervisor: 1992–93)
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In some countries (such as Czech Republic), instead of announcing the actor's name, they announce the voiceover's name for each character.  Selected items are only available for delivery via the Royal Mail 48® service and other items are available for delivery using this service for a charge.
In February 2016, Fuller House premiered on Netflix. This series focuses on the combined families of D.J., Stephanie, and Kimmy in a gender-reversed version of the Full House plot. This time there is a widowed mother, her sister, and a female friend raising three boys (and a girl) rather than a widowed father, his brother-in-law, and a male friend raising three girls. While the setting was in San Francisco, the show was taped at Lorimar Studios from 1987 to 1993, and Warner Bros. Studios from 1993 to 1995 (both in Burbank), and the soccer scene that was featured in the opening credits of the first three seasons was taped at Griffith Park in Los Angeles.  Re-recording locations were Columbia Studios, Lorimar Studios, Larson Sound Center, and Sony Pictures Studios (in Culver City; the former home of Lorimar-Telepictures). Tiger Electronics also made a handheld game based on the show, with the player playing as Michelle. Basically, the player scores every time Michelle high-fives people, and the player must dodge everything she encounters, as everything in the Tanner house comes to life, and all of this must be done within a certain time limit. Once time ends for a particular level, the player advances to the next level.
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In 1991, around season four, Laffs created a set of trading cards based on the series. The cards themselves feature each of the cast members, their characters (individually and in groups), and even scenes from certain episodes. Marc Warren (1992–95) (producer: 1988-1990, supervising producer: 1990-1991, co-executive producer: 1991-1992, executive producer: 1992-1995) Dennis Rinsler (1992–95) (producer: 1988-1990, supervising producer: 1990-1991, co-executive producer: 1991-1992, executive producer: 1992-1995)While the kids attended their regular schools when the show was airing, they also attended "school" on-set. Should the show be taping, their assignments were sent to the set, and tutors were available for each of them. The show has been a hit in several countries around the globe as well. While the only elements intact are the theme song as well as the show's logo, when the latter appears, it's announced in the country's tongue. However, some countries have their own titles for the show; the only country to not have its own title for the show or have it announced in the country's tongue is Germany.
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Like many action games, if Michelle is hit, a life is lost, and when all lives are lost, the game ends. There was also D.J.'s Family Scrapbook (1992, during season 6 taping), Jesse's Snapshot Album (1993), a flip-over book based on D.J. and Stephanie (with Stephanie's observations on one side and D.J.'s opinions on the other), a Paper Doll book for all three Tanner girls from Golden Books, and much more. An unauthorized book from Modern Publishing (1992, also during season 6 taping) was also published, and despite being "unauthorized", the book's info regarding the show, actors, and characters is legit (unlike the Lifetime TV special, below).The show was originally going to be called House of Comics because it was planned to be about three comics living together. Jeff Franklin decided to shift the theme because family sitcoms were so popular at the time. In addition, all episodes are the original broadcasts, thus omitting Dave Coulier's syndicated repeats closing line, and thus omitting the Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution logo.