Rose Marie, aged five or six, sings three numbers in the Vitaphone sound stage decorated as an elegant drawing room. "Heigh Ho, Everybody, Heigh Ho," "Who Wouldn't Be Jealous of You," and "Don't Be Like That." She sings the first in a polka-dot sailor suit and the other two numbers in a frilly white dress. She's animated throughout, acting as well as singing. She scats in both "Heigh Ho" and "Don't Be Like That." At the end, she curtsies twice. Written by
3 Mini-stories: A Boy, A Dog, and A Frog; Frog On His Own; Frog, Where Are You? "A Boy, A Dog, and A Frog" A small boy and his dog spend a day trying to capture a playful frog at a nearby pond. "Frog On His Own" With boy and dog in hot pursuit, a frog discovers the joys of motorboating, plays tricks on a magician, goes to a picnic, visits a baby, and alarms adults while amusing children along the way. "Frog, Where Are You?" Frog escapes from a life sentence in a jar. Join frog as he finds adventure and romance after the great escape.
A middle-school boy musters up the courage to talk to the girl of his dreams when suddenly, a huge food fight breaks out in the cafeteria and he must save her from the school bully.
With Wheezer's new baby brother getting all the attention, he tries to send the baby back.
Agata is badly ill and nobody knows how to cure her. No doctor can help. Friends of Agata learn, that she is ill, because all children have Grannies but Agata does not. They go to the shop "Electronic Granny" and beg the dealer to sell them one Electronic Granny. The dealer warns them, that her electronic circuits are very sensitive - and this Granny will only work if loved. Agata get healthy and plays with her new Granny and other friends. Granny can invite new games and even fly with all children to the Moon. But later due to the jealousy and bad heabits children forget that they must love Granny, they begin to treat her just as a robot that "must do what they ask". As a result Granny dies. To resurect her Agata and friends must get off their ambitions, rudeness, jealousy and again become loving, cheerful and kind.
A young boy whose parents are going through a bitter divorce, is given hope and courage through the powerful stories embellished by his grandfather. The stories give the boy the inner strength and resolve to confront the inevitable challenges which lie ahead.
Join Pongo and Perdita and their litter of 99 rambunctious dalmatians for a fun-filled sing-along at the annual Bow-Wow Ball. The canine parents have their paws full trying to keep their pups out of trouble before the guests -- including a host of beloved Disney characters -- arrive at the Dalmatian Plantation for the festivities. Songs include "Do Your Ears Hang Low?" "(Going to) The Bow-Wow Ball" and more.
Here is the heartwarming story of a giant bipedic hippopatomus who has two conflicts he must resolve. First, the arrival of a renegade giant lizard from outer space who threatens the hero's territory.
Infants and toddlers learn the Bible story of Jonah and the Whale with this entertaining and educational video. The tale introduces infants and toddlers to the many wonders of the sea, using colorful footage, toys, puppetry, classical music and popular Christian children's songs. Based on Bible stories, the Baby Miracle video series entertains and educates by helping develop visual skills, music appreciation and language comprehension.
After listening to a story about camping read by her mom, Tina wishes that she could go camping someday. After Tina falls asleep, she dreams about a camping trip with Barney and the rest of the Backyard Gang. Barney takes the gang through different fun experiences from pitching tents to having a snack. In the mist of things, a storm comes around and Tina gets lost in the woods. Thanks to Barney's advice earlier of "Stay where you are, hug a tree and blow your whistle," everyone finds Tina and they continue onto more campfire fun. They even explore a cave where a bear lives. Back at the campfire, songs are sung around it and everyone learns how to make S'mores. After the trip is over, Tina wakes up and realizes it was all just a dream - and a magical one at that.
Noddy, Tessie Bear and Martha Monkey are on a camping adventure in Toyland when they find a lost little star. They have to help their new little friend get back home and escape the Goblins. With some help from Mr. Sparks, Noddy and his friends make this an adventure to remember. With over 60 minutes of content, Catch a Falling Star includes five "Say It With Noddy" Segments that teach children popular words and phrases in Spanish, French, Russian, Mandarin and Swahili. Episodes Included: - Catch a Falling Star - The Great Goblin Switch - Noddy's Special Treat - Forgive Me Not - Noddy's Lucky Day
Tells a story of how two pupils are brought up the spirit of collectivism with the help of their teachers and Young Pioneers.
A scientist finds his newest invention; a microchip that infuses inanimate objects with human qualities co-opted by the company he works for, which wants to capitalize on his findings. Knowing his creation can be used for evil purposes, he stashes it away, but his 11-year-old son, Charlie (Jared Robbins), finds it and implants it into a vacuum cleaner he calls Stardust. Will he manage to elude his dad's greedy bosses?
Airplanes Featuring Backpack jack Did you know that kids can learn to fly airplanes? That s right! Come meet a boy named Ryan who can t wait to show you the plane he flies and have you buckle up for a ride. Hold on tight because Backpack Jack has lots of other friends with highflying adventures. Get ready to twist, roll and dive in aerobatic planes and fly to supersonic heights with the Navy s Blue Angel stunt pilots. You ll learn lots of cool things as you meet real pilots like Captain Mike who will give you an inside look at the cockpit of his plane and explain the controls. And you ll do preflight safety checks with Ryan and Andy because safety is the most important thing about flying. It s time to soar!
The gang's treasury is entrusted to Spanky, who accidentally gets it mixed up with his father's money.
Adults have the Pike and Coney Island amusement parks, so the rascals put up their own rides in a large vacant lot. Mickey's got big plans for expansion when surveyors show up to begin work on a factory. The gang travels by donkey cart to the office of Henry Mills, President of Pan American Export Company, to protest. Henry, in his 60s, is still a boy at heart: he has his chauffeur stop the car so he can join a sandlot game. He bails on a meeting with his board of directors, going with the kids to the factory site where he stops the workers and helps our gang add more rides. The directors follow him, and they get put to work. Will they ever have their meeting?