Three mischievous brothers and their beautiful older sister become attached to a reclusive bachelor, Gus Whilliker. The boys hatch a comical but clever scheme to bring Gus and Dolly together, however, one man stands in the way, an arrogant and self-centered professional wrestler named Boots.
A teenage boy named Dodger finds a gang of kids living in a garbage can. Their repulsive "powers," such as continually flowing nasal mucous or a super-human ability to vomit, make them the perfect team to help Dodger fight against his rival for the girl of his dreams.
How do animal babies live and learn to swing, swim, and slip through the forest? That's what Sunny Honeypossum and Bobby Bushbaby want to know when they spy a mother monkey carrying her baby in the forest. So the erudite Balzac de Chameleon tells them about the many different kinds of babies and how they grow up. Also featuring the zany antics of the animated Francisco Flamingo.
Do some animals really hang out in holes? Balzac de Chameleon teaches Sunny Honeypossum and Bobby Bushbaby about the many different kinds of animals that make holes their homes, including prairie dogs, burrowing owls, and white wolves. Also featuring the zany antics of the animated Francisco Flamingo.
What is it like to fly up in the sky? That's what Sunny Honeypossum and Bobby Bushbaby try to figure out when they see a beautiful bird flying above the forest. While they wonder, Balzac de Chameleon teaches them a thing or two about his fine feathered friends. Also featuring the zany antics of the animated Francisco Flamingo.
This beloved holiday ballet is once again presented for dance lovers of all ages. Featuring the New York City Ballet in George Balanchine's opulent production, this timeless fable is brought the screen with a giant cast including the magnificent young performers from the School of American Ballet. Starring Macauley Caulkin, Dari Kistler, Jessica Lyne Cohen and Bart Robinson Cook with narration by...