Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Rubbadubbers - Here Come the Rubbadubbers|
Actors: John Gordon Sinclair, Sean Hughes, Maria Darling
Directors: Brian Little, Jackie Cockle, Nick Herbert
Genres: Kids & Family, Television, Animation
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Excellent new preschooler show!
S. Lipson | 02/28/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"The editorial for this DVD is right on, so I'll pass on repeating that info. This DVD is truely eye candy for young and old. The animation is really cool and dramaticallly different from most other cartoons. Think super realistic, 3-D; a bit similar to clay animation, but much more realistic. Water, bubble, and spash scenes are particularly plentiful and fun to watch. There is always a good learning lesson in the video which is very pertinent to preschoolers needs. The extras on the DVD are two games; several "fill-in the puzzle piece" picture games and a classic matching game. There is also character bios, an extensive narrated "trailer" with many video clips titled Rubbadubbers-Beyond The Bath, an extensive narrated photo gallery, and 3 bonus mini adventure clips. I have boys aged 3 & 4 who really enjoy this new series. All in all I think this show is quite worthy and very entertaining. I think the DVD is well worth getting. My children particularly enjoy playing the games."
Love the Down Under voices! Swiming!
Tomo The Cat | Saint Small, MN | 04/25/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Bring on the Rubbadubbers and their OZ accents! I love the frog who exclaims "Swim-ming!" when he gets excited. Finbar the shark is funny and they all beat Dragon Tales by a mile! I don't mind listening to these voices over and over and over again, which is what happens when you have a preschooler in the house. I am so tired of Elmo's baby talk and Ord's dopey whine, I had almost given up on kid videos. maybe grown ups think they aren't complicated enough, but I found them far more stimulating than the stuff we're getting on PBS Kids!"
Cute and worthwhile show for Preschoolers
EugeSchu | WI USA | 04/12/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)
We rented this from the video store and my 5 year-old son
liked the cute, pretend adventures of the bath toys using their imagination. Each of the 5 short episodes teaches a nice moral tale. Not very clever, but cheerful and friendly."