Air Bud - Home Video Release

Home Video Release

Air Bud was released to VHS on December 23, 1997 and to DVD on February 4, 1998 (with an open matte aspect ratio). It was released again on March 3, 2009 in a special edition DVD set, featuring commentary from B-Dawg, Budderball, Rosebud, Buddha, Mudbud, Molly, and Buddy himself and presents the film in its Original Theatrical Aspect Ratio.

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