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FUZZY & SPITZ IN LET'S PLAY!

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FUZZY & SPITZ IN LET
Recommended age 3-10
4 minutes
VIDEO
PHILLIP MOSNESS
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FUZZY & SPITZ IN LET
Fuzzy & Spitz in Let's Play! is a cute, fun short film that reminds me of The Muppets. I like it a lot. It has a great story line where both little creatures have quality time with their Mother every second of this short film.

The story is about Fuzzy and Spitz (Daniel Ross), little puppets, who are always want to play and have fun. During the day, both try to stop their mother (Jorjeana Marie) from working and focus on playing.

The story follows Fuzzy and Spitz as they convince their work-at-home mom to take them places - outside to swing in the backyard, sitting down to do a jigsaw puzzle, off to buy a Mini Cooper convertible (that they drive). The mom is so accommodating, it's amazing. She doesn't get much work done. And, in the end, it appears that she joins them on an outer space adventure. The camera work is terrific, showing lots of various points of view, sometimes from the puppets' eyes. The locations are great - they are either in their house, backyard, on the street or in outer space! The whole film has fun background music and squeaky sounds that the puppets make. There is no dialogue, but the actions of the puppets and the mom tell the story quite well. Fuzzy and Spitz are incredibly cute and adorable to watch. Directed by Phillip Mosness, who works for Disney in his spare time, and who makes something so simple come to life in a fun way. My favorite scene is when the puppets decide to buy a convertible and drive through the city. The cast includes Daniel Ross and Jorjeana Marie, who have both worked on Mickey Mouse Fun House and many more films. This appears to be the beginning of a series and I can't wait to see more.

The message is that whenever you are doing something always have fun in each step of the way.

I give Fuzzy & Spitz in Let's Play! 4.5 out of 5 stars and recommend it for ages 4 to 8. It is fun and little kids will adore Fuzzy and Spitz. By Keila V. and Julie S., KIDS FIRST!

Fuzzy & Spitz in Let's Play! is a cute, fun short film that reminds me of The Muppets. I like it a lot. It has a great story line where both little creatures have quality time with their Mother every second of this short film.

The story is about Fuzzy and Spitz (Daniel Ross), little puppets, who are always want to play and have fun. During the day, both try to stop their mother (Jorjeana Marie) from working and focus on playing.

The story follows Fuzzy and Spitz as they convince their work-at-home mom to take them places - outside to swing in the backyard, sitting down to do a jigsaw puzzle, off to buy a Mini Cooper convertible (that they drive). The mom is so accommodating, it's amazing. She doesn't get much work done. And, in the end, it appears that she joins them on an outer space adventure. The camera work is terrific, showing lots of various points of view, sometimes from the puppets' eyes. The locations are great - they are either in their house, backyard, on the street or in outer space! The whole film has fun background music and squeaky sounds that the puppets make. There is no dialogue, but the actions of the puppets and the mom tell the story quite well. Fuzzy and Spitz are incredibly cute and adorable to watch. Directed by Phillip Mosness, who works for Disney in his spare time, and who makes something so simple come to life in a fun way. My favorite scene is when the puppets decide to buy a convertible and drive through the city. The cast includes Daniel Ross and Jorjeana Marie, who have both worked on Mickey Mouse Fun House and many more films. This appears to be the beginning of a series and I can't wait to see more.

The message is that whenever you are doing something always have fun in each step of the way.

I give Fuzzy & Spitz in Let's Play! 4.5 out of 5 stars and recommend it for ages 4 to 8. It is fun and little kids will adore Fuzzy and Spitz. By Keila V. and Julie S., KIDS FIRST!

Fuzzy and Spitz are fun loving creatures that distract their friend with increasingly absurd antics.
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