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|Imagination Movers Warehouse Mouse Edition|
Genres: Kids & Family, Television
From Playhouse Disney comes Imagination Movers for the first time on Disney DVD. Imagination Movers is a hip, high energy TV series for preschoolers that uses music and fun to demonstrate how teamwork and creativity can he... more »
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Standard Disney DVD with cross-promotional "Bonus Material"
Conrad | Chandler, AZ | 07/01/2009
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Several reviews indicated that the episodes listed on the package weren't on the DVD. After looking in vain online for the listing, I Netflixed the DVD for my kids. (We already DVR all of their episodes - I wanted to see if there was any new material on this disc.) Unfortunately, there isn't anything new. This is simply a collection of four Imagination Movers episodes, plus in true Disney fashion, a 20-minute "sneak peek" episode of the new "Special Agent Oso".
Don't get me wrong, I love the Movers. For those unfamiliar with the show, the Imagination Movers are four New Orleans children's musicians that have been around awhile, and were signed by Disney two years ago on a development deal. Now they have their own 1/2 hour show on Disney Channel, with a few other recurring characters where they work in the "Idea Warehouse" and solve problems. Each show features 2-3 original songs during the episode plus a "Brainstorming" song, book-ended by the opening theme and closing theme.
The name of the DVD, "Warehouse Mouse Edition", is an indication that the included episodes feature the recurring puppet character Warehouse Mouse. Here are the episode details for this DVD (in order of appearance)
1. Episode 13: Bucket of Trouble - originally aired September 22nd, 2008
During the process of making a TV commercial, Mover Rich accidentally gets his foot stuck in a bucket. Songs include: "I Can Do It By Myself", "Blowing Bubbles",
2. Episode 2: The Tooth Hurts - originally aired September 7th, 2008
Warehouse Mouse has a toothache and needs to go to the vet. Songs include: "No More Toothache", "Where is Warehouse Mouse?", "Where Am I Now?"
3. Episode 22: Who's Afraid of the Big, Bad Mouse? - aired January 31st, 2009
The Mover's TV breaks, and the repairman is afraid of Warehouse Mouse. Songs include: "We're Going to Fix It Up", and "Down on the Farm"
4. Episode 14: Finders Key-pers - aired September 27th, 2008
Neighbor Knit Knots is locked out of his office, and Warehouse Mouse must travel through the air ducts to get the keys. Songs include: "Idea Box", "Where Did My Keys Go?", and "Where Is Warehouse Mouse?".
Hope this helps. My kids and I are looking forward to the second season of the Movers, scheduled to start in September on Playhouse Disney."
Packaging is misleading
Mother of Two | Alexandria, VA | 05/05/2009
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Love the Movers, but it says in the text that bad hair day and unparty are part of the dvd and those episodes are not featured. Disappointing for my son who loves the bad hair day one."
C. Bergman | 10/11/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)
"My son is 3 and he loves the movers. This DVD features 4 episodes. Our Comcast service recently took the movers off of "On Demand", so I really needed this DVD! It always bugged me how Comcast defaulted to movie previews once a program finished. Some of the movie previews they show in that box in the upper right corner are NOT appropriate for kids! When an episode finishes on the DVD, it defaults to the menu and plays the theme song, so your kid will still be dancing when they ask u to play it again for them (each episode is about 30 minutes long). The Imagination Movers sing songs that teach or have a good message, "If u let me try, I can do it by myself!" And the music is not annoying like the songs on so many other kid shows. You'll catch yourself singing the songs long after your child watched it. And to all the mommys out there, the movers are easy on the eyes!"
Love Imagination Movers
B. Friant | 02/01/2010
(5 out of 5 stars)
"These guys are the best! Be warned, though, there are only four episodes. Pretty bummed, was hoping for more, but I would obviously still recommend picking this up."