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Elmo's World: Babies, Dogs & More (Sesame Street)


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  • Actors: Kevin Clash, Matt Vogel, John Tartaglia, Jim Martin, Caroll Spinney
  • Directors: Ted May, Steve Feldman, Ken Diego
  • Writers: Lou Berger, Judy Freudberg
  • Format: Animated, Color, DVD-Video, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: NR
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • Release Date: Jan. 5 2010
  • Run Time: 50 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (34 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0000648WV
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #33,847 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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Elmo's World: Babies, Dogs & More! (DVD)

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Sesame Street's cheerful redhead chuckles his way through this delightful 50-minute compilation of three favorite "Elmo's World" episodes. First come the babies: real babies, Muppet babies, and animal babies. With help from Mister Noodle, a cast of Muppets, and video vignettes featuring humans, Elmo discovers what babies can do and how to play with them. Next come the dogs. Once again, Elmo's on the move--this time to share important tips about respecting the family pet. The final episode examines life on the farm. Viewers will observe youngsters accomplishing daily farm chores as well as Muppet farmers and barn animals punning around. As Elmo bops around his house (simply drawn and "furnished" with color crayon sketches), he chats with Dorothy the pet goldfish, poses questions to Mister Noodle, and tunes in to his friendly television for helpful cartoons presented by "The Baby Channel," "The Dog Channel," and of course, "The Farm Channel." Educational and entertaining for the younger crowd, each segment explores its topic using a variety of creative, quick-paced methods, enhanced by an upbeat soundtrack. (Ages 3 to 6) --Liane Thomas --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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Format: DVD
My daughter has always loved Sesame Street with Elmo being her favorite puppet. We have the Best of Elmo, which she loves so we had to get this one since she loves looking at other babies and dogs. The segments are adorable with about 15 minutes spent on each. We get to see many different babies, even the Sesame Street cast as babies as well. The dog segment is great for us since it shows our daughter how to get along with our dog. The farm segment is my favorite. Elmo wants to tape Oscar feeding his animals, so he jumps into Oscar's trash can much to Oscar's objection. It is the first look I've ever gotten inside his can. I'll agree with one reviewer as it isn't as educational as the other Elmo's world videos, however it does teach about our world and the life in it. My daughter has been watching Elmo since she was about 8 months old (she's now a lil over 1) and her adoration has grown each day. This is a definite keeper and at the most it will keep your child entertained for about 50 minutes. This is the perfect time to get my daughter to munch on some healthy snacks while I clean up.
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By A Customer on Dec 1 2000
Format: VHS Tape
At about 10 mos. my younger daughter started taking interest in this video. The muppets are interspersed with live-action clips of kids w. babies (as well s farm animals & dogs) which really grabs her attention. Elmo himself is very bright and animated, which attracts the attention of kids younger than the recommended ages (3-6). I would note that my almost-5-y.o. was bored by this after one or two viewings, but is more than happy to explain to her younger sibling what is going on in the video.
I noticed that the other Sesame Street videos we have do not interest my toddler like this Elmo's World video does. It seems less tedious and faster paced with more emphasis on visuals than the other Sesame Street videos do. I would recmmend this one as a nice 'first' introduction to Sesame Street beginning in the toddler years. It dosen't bother with counting and the alphabet like more 'grown up' Sesame Street, but rather focuses on this that are really facinating for really little ones like babies (like themselves!) and animals.
Highly recommend - and sooner rather than later.
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By A Customer on April 9 2003
Format: DVD
hmmm. One would think that the makers of Sesame Street would know that breast is best, but, unfortunately, the video shows a bottle in almost every scene that it shows a baby! Not once does it show a baby nursing! Not even an animal baby! Even the animals are fed with bottles in the video! It makes bottlefeeding appear to be the norm (certainly NOT what I want to teach my child)! It also refers repeatedly to "babysitters." I would never leave a baby with a "babysitter" and I certainly wouldn't want to teach my child that babysitters are the norm either. Babies should be with their mothers wherever their mothers go! This video is not for anyone who is a breastfeeding, attached parent.
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Format: VHS Tape
Elmo is the most annoying monster I have ever met. He never stops talking and laughing in that high-pitched, irritating voice. However, my two-year-old loves him, and she actually learns from the video. The incessant talking is a real incentive for her to speak more herself.
The best thing about the video is that each of the three sections is stand-alone. I don't like to sit my kid down in front of the TV for too long, so the separate sections allow me to limit viewing time while cutting off the video at a logical place. Don't expect to love the video yourself, but who cares what we love? The five star rating is on behalf of the true audience.
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Format: VHS Tape
I bought this tape for my daughter based on the positive reviews I saw here on Amazon.com. I was disappointed. The tape is poorly produced, unimaginative, loud and annoying. Listening to Elmo's incessant, unintelligible speech is slightly worse than hearing fingernails scrape a chalkboard. The action is superimposed over static backgrounds, which looks very cheaply and hastily done.
My child will sit through an entire Baby Einstein tape completely enthralled, but this one couldn't hold her attention for more than 5 minutes. Spend your money on any of the wonderful Baby Einstein tapes or Veggie Tales tapes instead.
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By HTmom on Jan. 9 2002
Format: VHS Tape
My 15-month-old started watching this video even before she started watching Sesame Street on TV. From the beginning, she's loved it and can watch it over and over; as soon as the music starts, she starts stomping her feet in excitement. As others have pointed out, the video is divided into three separate 15-minute segments, so there's flexibility in how to watch it. So long as my daughter doesn't burn out on this video, we should be able to get years of use out of it, as it's pure entertainment now and will actually be educational in the next year or so when she understands more of the content.
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By HTmom on Jan. 9 2002
Format: VHS Tape
My 15-month-old started watching this video even before she started watching Sesame Street on TV. From the beginning, she's loved it and can watch it over and over; as soon as the music starts, she starts stomping her feet in excitement. As others have pointed out, the video is divided into three separate 15-minute segments, so there's flexibility in how to watch it. So long as my daughter doesn't burn out on this video, we should be able to get years of use out of it, as it's pure entertainment now and will actually be educational in the next year or so when she understands more of the content.
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