Thursday, August 9, 2012

It's Big Fun with "Bob the Builder: The Ultimate Can-Do Crew Collection" Available on August 28! (Review and Giveaway)




Join Bob the Builder® and the Can-Do Crew for Big Plans, Big Builds and Big Fun In This Ultimate Collection Featuring 10 Episodes!
 
Bob The Builder: 
The Ultimate Can-Do Crew Collection
 
Available On DVD, Digital Download And On Demand 
August 28, 2012 From Lionsgate And HIT Entertainment 

    
                              
       
Street Date: 8/28/12
DVD SRP:  $9.98

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION
For preschool fan favorite Bob the Builder®, no job – or DVD collection – is too big!!  Bob the Builder: The Ultimate Can-Do Crew Collection, has 10 awesome episodes full of building, teamwork and friends, coming to DVD, Digital Download and On Demand August 28, 2012 from Lionsgate and HIT Entertainment.  Bob and his Can-Do Crew never back down from a challenge and are ready to lay down new foundations to teach young building enthusiasts that the Fun is in Getting It Done!  


DVD SYNOPSIS
Hold on to your hardhats as the machine team shows what hard work and teamwork are all about in this Ultimate Can-Do Crew Collection featuring 10 amazing episodes! See how it all began with Bob and the team working together on a big job, overcoming troubles at every turn! Then it’s Lofty to the rescue when Dizzy gets into a sticky situation. Roley must smooth things over when mishaps cause bumps in the road and Muck surprises everyone with some creative problem solving. Join the crew for fun and adventure in Bob’s biggest building collection ever!

Episodes include:
·        “Pilchard in a Pickle”
·        “Wendy’s Busy Day”
·        “Bob’s Barn Raising”
·        “Wendy’s Tennis Court”
·        “One Shot Wendy”
·        “Dizzy the Sheepdog”
·        “Mr. Bentley – Dogsitter”
·        “Travis’s Busy Day”
·        “Muck’s Surprise”
·        “Trix and the Bug”

DVD BONUS FEATURES
·        If You Were On Bob's Team Game
·        Lofty the Painter Game.

PROGRAM INFORMATION
Year of Production: 2012
Title Copyright: © 2012 HIT Entertainment Limited and Keith Chapman.  The Bob the Builder name and character, related characters and riveted logo are trademarks of HIT Entertainment Limited.  Reg. U.S. Pat. & Tm. Off. and other countries.
Type: TV on DVD
Rating: Not Rated   
Genre: Children/Family/Animated
Age Target: 2-5 years old
Subtitles: None
Closed Captioned: English
Format: 4x3 Full Screen (1.33:1)
Feature Running Time: 103 minutes
DVD Audio Status: English, Spanish and French 2.0 Dolby Digital
Program Website: www.bobthebuilder.com
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My Thoughts:

Savannah is just starting to get into Bob the Builder.  I think she likes it for the talking construction vehicles, as well as the catchy theme song.  Either way, this is another hit animated series I will not be uncomfortable having her watch.  For the older audience, this show does an amazing job at teaching the importance of teamwork, friendship and perseverance.  Even though Savannah and I have only watched five out of the ten episodes which are included on this new DVD, we have enjoyed each and every one.  I have even caught Savannah rooting on Bob the Builder and his gang, by saying , "Go, go, go" when they are working to build things.  She is so cute.  I can't wait to finish watching the remaining five episodes with her, and see if she has a favorite.  

---GIVEAWAY---

Do you have a Bob the Builder fan in your house?  If so, they would love to receive a copy of this DVD thanks to HIT Entertainment and Lionsgate. To enter, please complete the entries on the Rafflecopter form below.  Good luck!



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Disclosure: I was sent a copy of this DVD from the vendor in order to write up an honest review.  The views above are mine and mine alone.

5 comments :

  1. Bob and the bulldozer

    Samantha D
    dull2000 at cox dot net

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  2. My son loves Dizzy because he is silly... My son always giggles at him.

    Jamie Brigham
    prettyinpinkwife@aol.com

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  3. Bob - we like how he fixes things
    msboatgal at aol.com

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  4. Bob and I'm not sure why but I'd imagine that it's because he's the main character.
    mcfallsk8er(at)aim(dot)com

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