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VeggieTales - Rack, Shack and Benny

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4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (47 customer reviews)
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The latest in an animated Christian children's series, this video teaches kids the importance of standing up to peer pressure through a thinly disguised Bible story. When Bob the Tomato, our host, sees that Larry the Cucumber is trying to fit into what's "cool" by wearing an oven mitt as a hat, he tells Larry that it's important to be true to yourself no matter what the consequences. Bob tells Larry a story about three vegetables, Rag, Shack, and Benny, who are held hostage in a factory and forced to make chocolate bunnies. When the owner, Mr. Nezzar, takes a liking to them, he offers to promote them if they will only worship a giant chocolate bunny.

The story is based on the book of Daniel in the Old Testament, in which three friends stand up to King Nebuchadnezzar, refusing to worship a false idol. The slavery and death themes may be too dark for kids under 7, but the animation and songs are fun. --Elisabeth Keating



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5.0 out of 5 stars great Sept. 27 2013
Format:DVD|Verified Purchase
purchased this product and appears to be as expected. I would recommend purchasign this product if you require it. Great.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Good but short April 24 2013
Format:DVD|Verified Purchase
This stays true to the VeggieTales standards. The only thing I don't like about it is that it's only 30 min long. I like when there are more episodes on a disc but for $5 I think I'll get over it. :)
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5.0 out of 5 stars Veggie Tales: Rack, Shack and Benny April 13 2012
By Gidza
Format:DVD|Verified Purchase
The product and service was satisfactory, however I would have expected the vendor to ship one parcel of three DVDs rather than three separate parcels. Since the purchase was made at the same time
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5.0 out of 5 stars Funny Even Without the Bunny Song April 24 2004
Format:DVD
Veggie Tales star in the story of the Fiery Furnace. Rack, Shack and Benny are faced with a challenge to their faith - bow down to a god other than the God they believe in or die. Our three heroes bravely, albeit a bit hesitantly at first, stand up for what they believe in and get sent to the Fiery Furnace. But their God remembers them just as they remembered Him and intercedes in a majestic way, amid plenty of light and awestruck bystanders. The songs in this movie are catchy and the message is solid - stand up for what is right, no matter the cost. The Silly Songs segment features Larry performaing "The Dance of the Cucumber" which is the most hilarious Silly Song ever!!! The translation by Bob the Tomato is guaranteed to leave you laughing as you watch Bob's gradual slide from mildly miffed to all out aggravated at his friend Larry the Cucumber! See this movie - you'll finish it cheered and smiling.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A classic Veggietales adventure Oct. 8 2003
Format:DVD
This is a classic episode and I love it. The silly song is absolutely hilarious. The story is a good one too. Kids and adults will love it.
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5.0 out of 5 stars DON'T SING THE BUNNY SONG! Oct. 15 2002
Format:DVD
It's difficult to say something about this or any VeggieTales title that hasn't been said already. It's a Christian-lite message that kids will be entertained and educated by. It's amusing to the whole family and it's probably the best thing to happen to our religion since Easter. So to write an entire review of this volume, being a comic retelling of Shadrach, Meshiach and Abendego and the Fiery Furnace, would be banal to say the least.
But here goes.
Rack, Shack, and Benny (as the protagonists are called for short) have been removed from the King's castle and now work all day in a chocolate bunny factory under the guiding eyes of Nebby K. Nezzer (I know it's a [silly] joke, but he's a pickle! Come on!). Nezzer decides that everyone in the factory should love The Bunny as much as he does. To this end, he builds a ninety-foot rabbit and makes everyone sing "The Bunny Song" (this caused some real-life controversy, discussed on the DVD in detail). But our boys know not to do things that aren't right and, well, there's a lot not right about that song. Their faith saves them from the furnace and everyone lives happily ever after, even Nezzer who learns he was wrong to make them sing the song. Throw in the traditional Argentinean ballad "The Dance of the Cucumber" in the "Silly Songs" segment (and yes, the translation is accurate) and you have one of the top five VeggieTales videos ever.
Now, for the original part of my review. The other day I returned to my dorm after a long day of work. Classes, research, rehearsal, I was beat. I opened my mailbox and inside was a note that alerted me to the presence of a package at the front desk for me. It was the VeggieTales DVD I ordered. So I wasted no time popping it in and watching it. And it made my night so much better.
There, that'll do.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Love these guys Aug. 3 2002
Format:DVD
What great stuff! Fantistic animation, wonderful characters, a solid easy to understand message (stand up for what you believe in, God is right there with you), and best of all, wonderful music. My daughter loves this, almost half as much as I do.
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3.0 out of 5 stars A good movie that is just slightly off May 17 2002
By A Customer
Format:DVD
I enjoyed this movie just as I enjoy most of the Veggie Tales movies. The music is entertaining and there is a good message. I just think that the message and the retelling of the story in this one is just not as good as some of the other ones. Your kids will be entertained though and as usual, this is a quality piece of work that Big Idea has put together. On the plus side, it contains my favorite silly song "The Dance of the Cucumber"! In addition, the DVD has some fun things you can do like change the voices on certain scences and a narrative from the founders.
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