Full House (partially lost Russian adaptation of ABC sitcom; 2009)

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Full House (Russia poster).jpg

Poster for the Russian adaptation.

Status: Partially Lost

Full House was an American family sitcom show created by Jeff Franklin for ABC that first aired as a special preview on September 22nd, 1987 then officially aired on September 25th, 1987 until the 1-hour series finale on May 23rd, 1995. The series is focused on a single-widowed father Danny Tanner (late Bob Saget) as he asked his brother-in-law Jesse Katsopolis (John Stamos) and his best friend Joey Gladstone (Dave Coulier) to help raise three of Danny's daughters, D.J. Tanner (Candace Cameron Bure), Stephanie Tanner (Jodie Sweetin), and Michelle Tanner (Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen). Rebecca Katsopolis (Lori Loughlin), Kimmy Gibber (Andrea Barber), Steve Hale (Scott Weinger), and Nicky and Alex Katsopolis (Blake and David Tuomy-Wilhoit) later join the cast as the show went on 8 years after the series debut.

Because of the show's popularity thanks to re-runs syndication, Full House was one of the group of Warner Brothers properties licensed to Moscow-based network STS for a Russian adaptation.[1][2] The adaptation followed the plots of the American version with changes to accommodate cultural differences, the Russian adaptation later aired on January 5th, 2009 until sometime in December 2009.[3]

Episodes[edit | edit source]

The adapted series only lasted for 2 seasons, and its storyline are based on the first 2 seasons of the American's Full House episodes albeit cultural changes are made to them.[4]

Season 1[edit | edit source]

# Russian Title Based On Status
1 Первый день вместе Our Very First Show Found
2 Убойный репортаж Knock Yourself Out Found
3 Возвращение бабушки The Return of Grandma Found
4 На рыбалку Sea Cruise Found
5 Папа вернулся Daddy's Home Found
6 Бурная ночь Our Very First Night Found
7 Первый раз в первый класс The First Day of School Found
8 Девушка лучшего друга Jesse's Girl Found
9 3:0 в пользу папы The Big Three-O Found
10 Первое свидание Danny's Very First Date Found
11 Тихомиров продакшн Our Very First Promo Found
12 Сестринская любовь Sisterly Love Found
13 Почти любовная история Half a Love Story Found
14 Сюрприз для Жоры Joey's Place Found
15 Ветрянка A Pox in Our House Found
16 Шоу или бизнес? D.J. Tanner's Day Off Found
17 Кумир Just One of the Guys Found
18 Кризис семейной жизни. Часть 1 The Seven-Month itch, Part 1 Found
19 Кризис семейной жизни. Часть 2 The Seven-Month itch, Part 2 Found
20 Новый имидж дяди Димы Cutting it Close Found

Season 2[edit | edit source]

# Russian Title Based On Status
1 Заклятая подруга Tanner vs Gibbler Found
2 Мой папа - дезинсектор It's Not My Job Found
3 Чуть помедленнее, пони! D.J.'s Very First Horse Found
4 Рекламный рок-н-рол Jingle Hell Found
5 Жора строгого режима Joey Gets Tough Found
6 Три плюс три Triple Date Found
7 Самоволочка Unknown Lost
8 Кризис среднего возраста Middle Age Crazy Found
9 Дела амурные A Little Romance Found
10 Заложники тумана Fogged In Found
11 Дядьки-матери Working Mothers Found
12 Магазинная воровка Little Shop of Sweaters Found
13 Если вдруг оказался друг... Pal Joey Found
14 Аста ла виста, папа! El Problema Grande de D.J. Found
15 Возвращение блудного медведя Goodbye, Mr. Bear Found
16 Поцелуй из прошлого Blast from the Past Found
17 Положись на меня, детка! I'm There for You, Babe Found
18 Умнице фортуне сегодня не до Вас. Часть 1 Luck Be a Lady, Part 1 Found
19 Умнице фортуне сегодня не до Вас. Часть 2 Luck Be a Lady, Part 2 Lost
20 Чайфовый вечер Beach Boy Bingo Found

Availability[edit | edit source]

While there's no home media release of the adaptation unlike the original Full House series in America, 10 full episodes from the series were uploaded to YouTube by a user named Misha Pulnikov and 1 clip of the Russian-adapted version of "Joey's Place" was uploaded to the same site by a user named Christianna June.

A majority of the adaptation episodes can also be found on a Russian video-sharing site called "VK."

Only 2 episodes from Season 2 are still missing as of August 2022.

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