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|VeggieTales - Heroes of the Bible - Lions Shepherds and Queens |
Genres: Kids & Family, Special Interests, Animation
What do you get when you cross vegetables with classic Bible stories? You get courageous cucumbers, ambitious asparagus and heroes of epic proportions! VeggieTales Bible Heroes: Stand Up! Stand Tall! Stand Strong! is a 75-... more »
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Reviewed on 10/5/2012...
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Nancy F. from HOLDEN, MA
Reviewed on 10/2/2012...
Grandchildren love it.
Erik Bateson | California | 11/27/2002
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Dave and the Giant Pickle - 5/5 One of those veggietales that you think to yourself, "When will this be on dvd?"
Ester, the Girl Who Became Queen - 2.5/5 not my favorite veggietales, but it has it's moments.
Daniel and the Lions Den - 4/5 it has a few great musical performances and conversations.
This was sort of a "compilation" of Veggietales that was released on VHS in 1996. Dave in the giant picckle is a 30 minute episode, as is Ester. Daniel is only 15 minutes, but for the price, your paying only a little bit more for two and a half times the running time as opposed to the other videos and dvd's. I really can't wait. Seing the other veggie's on dvd, I'm sure this will have much imroved sound and slightyly improved picture. Feel free to leave me a helpful/not helpful feedback. God Bless America!"
Good for any age
spencemom | Boston, MA | 06/28/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This is the first "actual" VeggieTales film I've watched. I watch their Silly Soung Coundown, and both my four-month-old and I enjoy the silly characters, silly music, and all-around silliness. Once I knew that he wouldn't be afraid of the giant pickle or the pirates who don't do anything, I decided to try Heroes of the Bible. This DVD has three short stories, Daniel and the Lions Den, Dave and the Giant Pickle (Goliath), and Esther, the Girl Who Became Queen.This DVD (or perhaps all VeggieTales movies, since I'm not the VT expert, yet) reminded me a lot of the Simpsons -- of course in a very different way than what may come to mind when one mentiones the Simpsons. I'm not talking about the constant strangling your child by his neck type of "silliness". Rather, the Simpsons use such a type of humor that it attracts viewers of all ages and the humor is not lost is a viewer doesn't see or doesn't understand the other levels of humor. I'll explain . . .My four-month-old enjoyed Daniel and the Lions Den -- the colors, movements, and songs. He laughed at the king's wisemen (slippery scallions) in their plotting to kill Daniel. Obviously, my son doesn't understand the plotting, but he sees the funny scallions and song exchanges between the wisemen, the king, and Daniel. An older child would understand that the wiseman are trying to kill Daniel and that, instead of killing Daniel, the lions actually became his friends. And my husband and I like the part when Daniel is leaving the lions den and yells down to the lions, "thanks for the pizza!""
Very entertaining (and educational, shhh...)
bluffrat | southeast TX | 04/29/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"A couple of months ago I checked out the first volume of Veggietales from the local library. I found the first story to be pleasant, but when the scallions in "Daniel and the Lion's Den" started dancing and singing "Oh No!", I knew we had found a winner. My four-year-old son, my teenage daughter, and I have become big Veggietales fans, and this DVD was one of several I purchased when I decided that we had to stop borrowing the videos from the library because we just wanted to keep them for ourselves!
My son's favorite Veggietales story is still "Daniel and the Lion's Den" (it's one of my favorites, too, along with "Josh and the Big Wall"). I like the other two tales, too, but also have one question: What kind of vegetable is Esther exactly? She's the same veggie as the thankful family in the Madame Blueberry story, but I have no idea what she is (she looks like a green spoon to me, but I may be just unaware of all existing vegetables).
yes, it is a good DVD for anyone to watch."