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|The Wubbulous World of Dr Seuss - The Cat's Adventures|
Actors: Bruce Lanoil, Anthony Asbury, John Kennedy, Kathryn Mullen, Stephanie D'Abruzzo
Directors: David Gumpel, Steve Feldman
Genres: Kids & Family, Television, Animation
Join the Cat in the Hat and his whimsical friends, Terrence, Morton, Sarah Hall-Small, Milo and others, as they take you to places you?ve never been! 3-D Computer Animation and the masterful puppetry of Jim Henson come a... more »
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Sharon C. (Sierrastar) from LITTLE ROCK, AR
Reviewed on 4/10/2011...
I got this for my granddaughter to watch and she loved it and it kept her interested in watching the whole DVD and she never got bored watching it over and over again. It is now in her collection of movies as she won't part with it.
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Another Henson Hit!
Alan C. Schriver | Alvarado, TX | 10/16/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This series lasted only 3 years, but thanks to the video and DVD releases, everyone can enjoy them again - including people like my son who wasn't even born when the original episodes aired. I found this video in the markdown bin at Wal-Mart, knowing very little about the show but figuring it looked harmless enough. It turned out to be just about the best $5.50 I've ever spent as far as 3-year-old Jordan is concerned! He got several DVDs for Christmas last year, and it took him a little while to work his way to Wubbulous World, but once he did...he was hooked! He is completely enthralled by these episodes, which is not suprising a result at all coming from Henson Associates. Almost everything they touch turns to gold, and this series was no exception. The puppets and set design are very good representations of Dr. Seuss' world, although it is fairly easy to identify the puppets as the Henson group's "muppet" style. A lot of the dialogue is in rhyme and is pleasant enough, as are the songs, though neither are nearly as witty or mindbendingly alliterative as anything Dr. Seuss himself wrote. But maybe that's a good thing for younger audiences; I think too much of that could confuse the very young. Bottom line: I hurried up and ordered three more DVDs from this series before Jordan completely wears out this one!"