Big Box of Kids Favorites from Mill Creek Entertainment has an MSRP of $19.98 and it includes Johnny Test Seasons 1& 2 follow the adventure of the fearless 11-year-old boy, is genetically engineered super dog, Dukey, and his 13-year-old super genius brainiac twin sister who used Johnny as the guinea pig for their out of this world scientific experiments. For the first time on DVD, you get all 26 episodes from the first and second seasons in one collection.
Paddington Bear Collector’s Edition based off the acclaimed book by Michael Bond, Paddington Bear has captured the imaginations and hearts of young and old around the world for generations. Dressed in his characteristic blue duffel hoped an oversized hat, the helpful in cuddle some Paddington as a gift to put in his paws where he shouldn’t, creating hours of hilariously sticky situations!
Hey Vern It’s Ernest! The Complete Series with the overwhelming success of Ernest Goes To Camp in 1987, Ernest mania was in full force. The lovable southern bumpkin, a familiar face in numerous television commercials in the 1980s has finally reached the big screen, and now it was time for a stint on television and Hey Vern, It’s Ernest! Jim Varney, who created the Ernest P Worrell character stars in this imaginative Saturday morning kid’s program, composed of a series of live-action comedy sketches.
My Opinion: I used to watch Ernest on Saturday mornings in the 80s and he was funny and his movies were also very funny. Johnny Test I had never seen so watching this cartoon was very interesting to see. Paddington Bear is a classic and very cute for kids to see.
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