Family Guy - Stewie Griffin's Untold Story

Family Guy - Stewie Griffin's Untold Story

Director: Pete Michels, Peter Shin Cast: Drew Barrymore, Ron Livingston

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Overview

The Family Guy's maniacal baby genius takes an outrageous journey of self-discovery in this feature-length adventure that follows little Stewie on a cross-country search to find the man he believes is his true father. One day, while sitting in front of the television pondering his latest plot for world domination, Stewie is shocked to see a man with whom he bears an uncanny resemblance. Now wholeheartedly convinced that his biological father is the man he spotted on television, Stewie hits the road in search of his past.

Product Details

Release Date: 09/27/2005
UPC: 0024543207894
Original Release: 2005
Rating: NR
Source: 20th Century Fox
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Full Frame]
Time: 1:28:00
Sales rank: 41,179

Special Features

Closed Caption; Bonus uncensored audio track; Full-length audio commentary by creator Seth MacFarlane, cast members, and writers; Animatic comparison

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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Family Guy Presents: Stewie Griffin - The Untold Story
1. The Big Premiere [5:06]
2. Coming Soon [1:09]
3. Our Feature Presentation [2:13]
4. Swim Lessons for Stewie [1:44]
5. No More Porn [2:01]
6. What Really Grinds My Gears [1:41]
7. Blowing up Brad [1:53]
8. The New Stewie [2:07]
9. My Father's Famous [:05]
10. Anger Management [1:25]
11. Tom's Last Broadcast [3:55]
12. Aversion Therapy [:33]
13. Peter's Last Broadcast [2:47]
14. The Wonders of Tivo [1:05]
15. My Real Father [1:53]
16. Traveling Money [:24]
17. Off to California [2:46]
18. Dating Lessons [2:24]
19. Desert Detour [:19]
20. San Francisco [2:33]
21. Me From the Future [3:31]
22. Thirty Years Later [:20]
23. A Complete Overhaul [:54]
24. The Joy of Sex [1:16]
25. Time to Go Back [3:33]
26. Changing the Past [:42]
27. The Wrap Party [1:49]
28. The Last Word/End Titles [2:12]

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Family Guy - Stewie Griffin's Untold Story 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 12 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book was very funny. Stewie sees this guy that looks a lot like him but much older than he is. So he starts thinking why he looks like him. Then he finds out that he might be his father. One day he bumped into him in the bus. He found out that the guy was him in the future. This movie is really funny, so to find out what happens next to Stewie and his future self.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Simply put, freakin' funny. Fans of Family Guy will be in stitches and will definatly enjoy this movie. Tip: Before starting the movie, make sure you go to the Language Menu and pick the uncensored track, if you don't want any bleeps.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
I absolutely love this ingenious show with its folksy farts, defecating dumps, and hideous humping, as was all included in the DVD "Untold Story." As they get older, they only get more insane.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This movie is a collection of obscene and genius jokes that the writers weren't able to put on the regular shows. You get to know more about the unsung hero of Family Guy, Stewie, who is an evil kid who gets to help his future self. Definately a great hour of Family guy on this DVD. (and plus...You get to see the kids when they're older too. Which is absolutely crazy!)
Guest More than 1 year ago
The story is shown as a movie, which I didn't like the concept of. I found it to be corny. The actual story itself is okay. Since they had to create a storyline to last three times longer than a regular tv episode, it had it's slow parts. I found it a little difficult to watch.