- SKU: 6840476
- Release Date: 10/12/2004
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Ratings & Reviews
- Harold and the Purple Crayon
- Blame It on the Rain
- Fly Away Home and more adventures!
- This 2-disc set of the Emmy-award winning series features all 13 episodes!
- Plus a FREE 16-page activity booklet inside!
- Closed Captioned
The Crayon World takes on a more serious role in Harold's life after the passing of his beloved goldfish, Goldie. With the help of a mermaid, Harold learns that while he is very sad about Goldie's death, he can use his art to honor her memory and remember the fun they shared in life. ~ Tracie Cooper, Rovi
Harold and the Purple Crayon: One Crayon Band
Harold journeys once again to the Crayon World, this time accompanied by his friend Lilac. With the help of his artistry, some animals, and a lot of imagination, they hope to bring music to their fantasy land. ~ Tracie Cooper, Rovi
Harold and the Purple Crayon: Harold's Birthday Gift
When Harold's birthday party is a rousing success, he decides to prolong the adventure by drawing himself a second party in the Crayon World. Once there, things don't go as planned, and Harold must rely on his guests to teach him a few things along the way. ~ Tracie Cooper, Rovi
Harold and the Purple Crayon: Fly Away Home
The well-loved children's stories of Crockett Johnson are brought to the screen in this episode from the animated television series Harold and the Purple Crayon. In "Fly Away Home," with the help of his crayon, Harold (voice of Connor Matheus) reduces himself to the size of a bug and makes his way to a magical garden, where he has fun, makes new friends, and learns that a little guy can still accomplish a lot. Sharon Stone makes a guest appearance as the narrator. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi
Harold and the Purple Crayon: Future Clock
Harold once again looks to the Crayon World as he contemplates his future career, finding himself in a variety of different jobs ranging from astronaut, to engineer, to sports hero. ~ Tracie Cooper, Rovi
Harold and the Purple Crayon: Harold in the Dark
Crockett Johnson's curious four-year-old boy draws up some more adventures in this episode from HBO's animated series based on the popular children's books. In "Harold in the Dark," Harold (voice of Connor Matheus) discovers that the moon isn't in the sky where it used to be, and he and his crayon set out to find it, with some help from his stuffed toy Lilac. Sharon Stone narrates this story. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi
Harold and the Purple Crayon: Harold the Artist
Harold travels to the Crayon World once again; this time the destination is an art museum. In learning about famous artists ranging from Rembrandt to Warhol, Harold realizes an important element to his own self-expression. ~ Tracie Cooper, Rovi
Harold and the Purple Crayon: Blame It on the Rain
A four-year-old boy discovers that a little imagination can take you on the most fun-filled adventures of all in this episode of the animated series based on the acclaimed children's book by Crockett Johnson. In "Blame It on the Rain," a cloudy day sends Harold (voice of Connor Matheus) outside to figure out what makes it rain; along the way, he finds a pair of baby squirrels who lost their nest in a storm and brings them home for safe keeping. Sharon Stone lends her voice talent to the series as narrator. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi
Harold and the Purple Crayon: A Dog's Tale
Harold and a messy dog must join forces in order to rescue Lilac, who found herself trapped after Harold dropped his magical crayon. ~ Tracie Cooper, Rovi
Harold and the Purple Crayon: Cowboy Harold
Harold doesn't dwell on his empty stomach after being sent to his room for refusing to eat his squash. Rather, he rustles himself up a crayon adventure in the Wild West, where he becomes Sheriff Harold and pursues a nasty thief. ~ Tracie Cooper, Rovi
Harold and the Purple Crayon: Harold's Walk on the Wild Side
Chaos reigns in the Crayon World when Harold draws several mischievous monkeys who take it upon themselves to let all of the other animal drawings out of their cages. ~ Tracie Cooper, Rovi
Harold and the Purple Crayon: A Blast From the Past
Adventure looms ahead of Harold after receiving a book on dinosaurs. When he finds himself having trouble sleeping, he journeys once again to the Crayon World, where he comes face to face with the prehistoric beasts themselves. ~ Tracie Cooper, Rovi
Harold and the Purple Crayon: Pilot
Crockett Johnson's popular children's books come to life in this, the first installment in an animated series inspired by his book Harold and the Purple Crayon. In this pilot episode, restless Harold (voice of Connor Matheus) is having a hard time sleeping, so he grabs his trusty purple crayon and sneaks outside, where he explores the wonders of the outside world and creates some new ones while he's at it. Sharon Stone serves as narrator. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi
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