Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Chowder 12 |
Marzipan City is a place where anything can happen and the unorthodox is commonplace. In the middle of this bizarre city is a quaint little shop known as Mung Daal Catering, which is owned by Mung Daal, one of the ost acco... more »
Chowder Vol.s 1 & 2
Joe D. Brunson Jr. | Diana, Texas | 09/28/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Chowder is an excellent entertainment choice for children of all ages! Every thing in the show has something to do with food. Both volumes are hilarious with something for everyone!
A happy Chowder fan...
Ringi Smith | Whangarei, New Zealand | 09/11/2009
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Bought this for my daughters 5th Birthday, and she loves it. More a compliation of episodes rather than the season in chronolgical order, the episodes are short and therefore a great length for a little viewing treat.
More special features would've been appreciated, there's just a few storyboards on each disk.
Chowder fans will love it! :)"
Great Show, Weak Packaging
B. Saunders | Harrisonburg, VA United States | 05/01/2009
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Chowder is a great show with a lot of fun for everyone involved. Our household ranges from 3 to 32, and all four of us love to watch the show. One really nice "extra" is the credit sequences that
So the essential content of this DVD 2 Pack is great, because the show is great. But the DVDs are a pretty bare bones package, with a minimum of episodes and only one special feature on each disc (storyboards for a random episode). The cheapness is underscored by the price, which isn't terrible, but not as compelling as some of CN's other packages (like the first season of Foster's for $15). Also, keep in mind that when they say 10 episodes, they count each airing as two episodes. Better packaging or a cheaper price would have gotten another star."