Curious George: Rides a Bike and More Monkeying Around [DVD]
- SKU: 8707376
- Release Date: 03/11/2008
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- 6 stories on one DVD plus
Discontent with being a tiny rodent, a mouse visits a powerful wizard hoping that he can be transformed into "something else" in this adaptation of a children's book by Jack Kent. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
Curious George Rides a Bike
Curious George has received a brand new bicycle from the generous man with the yellow hat, and as he peddles away to test his toy the mischievous monkey makes some fascinating friends. Initially agreeing to help the local newspaper delivery boy on his local route, George quickly gets distracted and winds up using the papers to make miniature sailboats. Later, George gets into an accident and bends the wheel of his bike. Of course that isn't enough to keep the inventive monkey immobile, and before long George is riding around on one wheel. When George is spotted by two men from the animal show he is quickly invited to join the act, but by the end of the day it's time to go home with his old friend in that familiar yellow hat. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
Fourteen Rats and a Rat-Catcher
When a sympathetic rat catcher is summoned to the home of an old woman with a rodent problem, it quickly becomes apparent that there are two sides to every story. Is it the family of rats that are the true nuisance, or perhaps the silver haired lady who seems to pester the innocent scavengers every time they venture out for a meal. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
Why Mosquitoes Buzz in People's Ears
Acclaimed actor James Earl Jones narrates this traditional African tale detailing a curious mishap on the jungle grapevine. When a tall tale sparks a chain reaction that leads from the common mosquito to the majestic owl, things will never be quite the same under the thick green foliage. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi