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Blue's Clues - Blue's Biggest Stories
Blue's Clues - Blue's Biggest Stories
Actors: Steve Burns, Traci Paige Johnson, Donovan Patton, Courtney Taylor Burness, Nick Balaban
Directors: Angela Santomero, Bruce Caines, Daniel Silverman, Dave Palmer, John Rowe
Genres: Kids & Family, Television, Animation
UR     2006     3hr 16min

Blue?s Clues "Blue?s Biggest Stories" will be a special compilation of 8 Blue?s Clues episodes. This release, celebrating the best moments of Blue?s Clues/Blue?s Room, will tie into the on-air 10th Anniversary event. The e...  more »


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Actors: Steve Burns, Traci Paige Johnson, Donovan Patton, Courtney Taylor Burness, Nick Balaban
Directors: Angela Santomero, Bruce Caines, Daniel Silverman, Dave Palmer, John Rowe
Genres: Kids & Family, Television, Animation
Sub-Genres: Animation, Birth-2 Years, 3-6 Years, Kids & Family, Animation
Studio: Nickelodeon Network
Format: DVD - Color,Full Screen - Animated
DVD Release Date: 08/01/2006
Original Release Date: 09/09/1996
Theatrical Release Date: 09/09/1996
Release Year: 2006
Run Time: 3hr 16min
Screens: Color,Full Screen
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaDVD Credits: 1
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 0
MPAA Rating: Unrated
Languages: English

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Reviewed on 11/13/2009...
My daughter loves it. Watches it over and over.

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Only One New Story, But Still a Cool DVD
George Buttner | Dayton, Ohio United States | 10/28/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)

""Blue's Biggest Stories" is a compilation DVD release designed to celebrate the tenth anniversary of the program. It contains a mix of Steve and Joe "Blue's Clues" stories and a bit of "Blue's Room" as well.

"Magenta Gets Glasses" is the only episode on here that hasn't been released before on DVD. It's a pretty neat story. In this one, Blue's best friend Magenta learns that she has to get glasses. She's nervous both about getting them and then about wearing them, but with our help, Steve, Blue and her owner Miranda help her to get over her fears.

This DVD comes with "Blue's Memory Photos" --- a brief photo album of some major moments from the series. It also comes with a couple of "Blue's Room" short-segments that are actually pretty good. Also included inside is a note from show creators Angela C. Santomero and Traci Paige Johnson.

The other episodes included on this DVD are as follows:

"Blue's Birthday"

In this Steve episode, it's Blue's birthday. We arrived early, so we help get things set up. We also skidoo with Steve to find a present for Blue. And we play Blue's Clues to find out what Blue wants for her birthday.

"Treasure Hunt"

In another major Steve episode, the characters go on a treasure hunt. Content from this was used for one of the "Blue's Clues" albums, so it's a pretty important episode.

"Blue's Pajama Party"

Blue's first-ever sleepover! We play Blue's Clues with Steve to find out what Blue wants to do tonight.

"Steve Goes to College"

Definitely an important episode. This ep is the final episode in the "Meet Joe" arc. Joe takes over hosting duties for the show and Steve goes away to "college."

"Blue Takes You to School"

Actually, I don't really think too much of this. The pacing is too fast-paced and rushed and it doesn't really seem to work. The idea of this one though is that the viewers, Blue and Joe are helping Periwinkle out as he goes to school for the first time.

"The Legend of the Blue Puppy"

Whether you like "Blue's Room" or not, this is definitely a major one. This is the episode in which Blue learns of her legend and searches for a special key to unlock her greatest gift --- her playroom. Once she finds it, she enters Blue's Room for the first time and talks.

"Blue's Room Snacktime Play Date"

You know, "Blue's Room" has actually become a pretty good show, but this pilot episode does not do it justice. They're trying to introduce every character and the pacing is just really slow and boring. This episode is practically unwatchable and the only good thing about it is the reading of "If You Give a Mouse a Cookie." Avoid.

Overall, "Blue's Clues" fans will probably be interested in this tenth anniversary collection. However, if you already have all these episodes on DVD or your own tapes, there may not be much for you here."
An excellent collection of past Blue's Clues episodes
Sunshine | Oklahoma USA | 09/26/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Both of my boys (age 4 and 16 mos.) are big Blue's Clues fans. This DVD has some of their favorites all together in one place. It includes:
1. Blue's Birthday (my first son's all-time favorite)
2. Treasure Hunt
3. Blue's Pajama Party
4. Magenta Gets Glasses
5. Steve Goes to College (introduces Joe, the second host)
6. Blue Takes you to School
7. The Legend of the Blue Puppy
8. Blue's Room Snacktime Play Date (we are not a big fan of Blue's Room, but at least there is only one episode here)

This is a great value for the $$ and an excellent introduction for new Blue's Clue's fans!"
At least half good, but why no SEASON sets?
Jeffrey M. Bailey | Richmond, Virginia United States | 04/26/2007
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Hey, I'm not going to start a Steve vs. Joe argument, but I just think that many of the early shows are classics and many of the later ones aren't. This disc illustrates my point well. However, the later shows have the disadvantage of being compared to the earlier ones, although they are still better than half the kids shows on now.
My 7-year old son learned so much from BC, and it continues to educate. In fact there are several kids shows out there that have based their "interactive" format on this show (Little Einsteins, Mickey Mouse Clubhouse, etc). Maybe it's because I've been watching it so long (now with twin 2-year old daughters who love it also) that I see it wearing thin.
With the 10th anniversary having come and gone, WHY haven't these episodes been released in season box sets? Has anyone heard if this is planned? It would make more sense than single discs...
I still love BC, and I appreciate all the enjoyment it has given my kids and myself."