Up to date information about children’s entertainment – film, TV, DVD and more…. from founder and president of KIDS FIRST! Ranny Levy

New May DVD Releases – Check these out!

DR. DOLITTLE PRESENTS: MILLION DOLLAR MUTTS arrives on DVD from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment On May 19.
Celebrity starlet Tiffany Monaco seeks Maya Dolittle’s canine counsel for her purse dwelling Chihuahua, Princess. Maya’s charms give Tiffany a bright idea for a new reality series that will help her career, and give Maya a chance to work with animals. Things take a turn for the worse, however, once Tiffany’s self serving agent, Rick Beverly, signs Maya as a client – keeping Maya busy with celebrity dogs but far away from campus where the registrar is waiting for her application. With her faithful sidekick, Lucky, and the support of her new friend, Brandon (and his cute companion Emmy), Maya is finally able to see past the glamour of Hollywood Hills and into a future where she can talk to animals and really help them

The Seventh Installment Of The Love Comes Softly Series Arrives On
DVD May 5 From Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment
From award-winning author Janette Oke comes the seventh chapter in the Love Comes Softly series, Love Takes Wing. The story picks up where the last chapter left off as Dr. Belinda Simpson (Sarah Jones) returns from Boston and takes on a new adventure as she makes her way to Missouri with her best friend Annie (Haylie Duff) to become the town doctor.

LABOU – May 19 From MGM Home Entertainment
Three unlikely friends set out on a journey to find the dreaded ghost of Captain LeRouge whose treasure-laden ship was lost in the Louisiana bayou over two hundred years ago. What they find is an adventure beyond their wildest imagination and the magical swamp creature “Labou” whose whistles are rumored to be the original inspiration for jazz. With the help of Labou, the kids race to stay one step ahead of two crazy oil moguls, but can they find the long lost treasure and save the swamps before its too late.

Sunny days sweep the clouds away and bring on endless discoveries for America’s favorite furry red monster. The Best Of Elmo’s World: Volume 2 available on DVD is loaded with interactive fun and three popular stories filled with answers to life’s pressing questions: What is the Noodle’s family dance? What does Cookie Monster get in the mail? Why are food, water and exercise essential parts of life? And can going to school actually be fun? Embark on the adventure with Elmo as he discovers the answers (and more) in the three-DVD Best Of Elmo’s World: Volume 2 gift set including Families, Mail and Bathtime; Food, Water & Exercise and Reach For The Sky!

Lights! Camera! Action! Join Wubbzy and his Wuzzleburg pals for tons of fun filled adventures in Wubbzy’s Big Movie! When Wubbzy loses his memory, his friends help him to recall who he is by reminding him of all the good times they’ve had together. Join along and help Wubbzy remember where to find marshmallows to make a birthday lasagna, why splashing in mud puddles is not always a good idea and why scary movies may make him afraid of the dark! 77 min.; Age: 2-5. ANCHOR BAY HOME ENTERTAINMENT

In another universe, one which exists parallel to Garfield’s own, a team of five superheroes known as “Pet Force” serve Emperor Jon as protectors of his throne. Ruling the galaxy from the planet Polyester, Jon’s reign is constantly opposed by the evil Vetvix. When Vetvix uses a new weapon to strip Pet Force of their powers and send them to a ghostly dimension where they will be trapped forever, Jon is forced to have his right-hand man, Sorcerer Binky, use a dimensional portal to find five alternate versions of the heroes to take their place. 140 min.; Age: 5-12. TWENTIETH CENTURY FOX HOME ENTERTAINMENT.

Jeremiah works for Western Railroad in the Northwest. After Brett purchases the Western Railroad, he fires
Jeremiah. When Brett’s son and Jeremiah’s grandchildren end up on a runaway train together, the two men must join forces to save the kids. 94 min.; Age: 8-12. MPI Entertainment
Warner Home Video and Turner Classic Movies – divisions of Time Warner – introduce six additional four-title sets from the TCM Greatest Classic Films Collection on May 5, 2009. Featured stars include John Wayne, Clint Eastwood, William Holden, Lee Marvin, Gene Kelly, Cary Grant, Robert Redford, Warren Beatty, Judy Garland, Julie Christie, Ava Gardner, Betty Hutton and more.The titles include:

Singin’ in the Rain, Easter Parade, The Band Wagon, Meet Me in St. Louis
Annie Get Your Gun, Show Boat, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, Kiss Me Kate
Jeremiah Johnson, The Train Robbers, The Wild Bunch, McCabe & Mrs. Miller
The Searchers, Fort Apache, Rio Bravo, The Cowboys

VEGGIE TALES: HEROES OF THE BIBLE – Releasing May 2, includes:

THE BALLAD OF LITTLE JOE: In this retelling of Joseph and his coat of many colors, little Joe (Larry the Cucumber) and his rootin’ tootin’ French pea brothers venture from an abandoned mineshaft to Dodgeball City – with Little Joe’s faith being tested every step of the way! It’s a Wild West yarn that teaches us to keep the faith when facing hardship because God can work all things for good!

MOE AND THE BIG EXIT: This Western version of the Exodus finds Moe (Larry the Cucumber) as a cowboy living high on the hog in Dodgeball City while his kinfolk are forced to dig the Grand Canyon. When Moe asks the heartless mayor to let his people go, he refuses and a heap of trouble comes to town. Can Moe help free his people from bondage and flee Dodgeball City once and for all? Saddle up for a Bible adventure with a lesson in following directions!

BABY SITTER IN DE-NILE: Miriam (Laura Carrot) doesn’t enjoy baby-sitting her little brother Moses but when she learns that the Egyptians want to take all the baby boys in town, she realizes she loves him too much to let him go! As she develops a clever plan to keep him safe, kids will learn a valuable lesson in loving their family.

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