Dora the Explorer 7 Seasons 2001

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Season 1
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21. El Coqui TV-Y CC

Dora and Boots discover a little frog who has lost his voice.

Starring:
Kathleen Herles, Harrison Chad
Runtime:
25 minutes
Original air date:
May 2, 2001

El Coqui

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Season 1
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Product Details

Genres Adventure, Kids & Family
Director Sherie Pollack, Arnie Wong
Starring Kathleen Herles, Harrison Chad
Supporting actors Kathleen Herles, Sasha Toro, Regan Mizrahi, Alexandria Suarez, Ashley Fleming, Jake Burbage, Jose Zelaya, Caitlin Sanchez, Chris Gifford, Leslie Valdes, Matthew Gumley, Katie Gifford, Henry Gifford, Christiana Anbri, Fatima Ptacek, Jason Thornton, Muhammed Cunningham, Elaine del Valle
Network Nick Jr.
Executive Producer Brown Johnson
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

Customer Reviews

Streaming quality is great.
N. Garza
He likes it better than Deigo, what can I say about that?
mongiesgirl
Great for life learning and education.
EmeraldMeadows

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Donita Condon on May 13, 2014
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My kids love this . The aren't even Spanish but because of Dora they know how to speak the language.
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22 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Patrick Copeland on February 27, 2013
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If I hear the Dora opening song one more time...I'll...I'll...there is goes again in my head.

I would have banned this show from the house a long time ago, but my children are iPad and iPhone computer scientists, who seem to be able to find Dora on 1x wifi connections on a dusty road in Arizona. At the core, this show is super formulaic and annoying in its repetition. I suppose we can't make too big of a deal of this since most other entertainment have some repletion, but Dora takes it to an extreme. How are they going to get to the top of Candy Top Mountain? How!? Who cares! I hope the troll eats them this time. It would be good to show the kids that sometimes plans don't work out. Swiper the Fox get Boot's shoes, and Dora falls into the Swamp. Yes, sad...but a life lesson instead of frosting served on a cloud of saccharin.

Signed,
The Grumpy Old Troll
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9 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Kimberly Higgins on June 13, 2013
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Love this on Amazon prime streaming video - my 3yr old daughter can't get enough of Dora and Boots. She now loves to take her own backpack places and we'll be making a map soon. Great entertainment for the younger crowd.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By nikkylee2006 on June 8, 2013
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while i certaintly get annoyed by dora- my daughter loves her! and if i can get 20 min to cook dinner and scrub toilets! im thrilled. Im glad to know that she has a kid friendly show to watch!
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Kathleen Cabot-Smith on June 8, 2013
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My granddaughters have both loved Dora. Each episode contains multiple lessons about life and character. Additionally, they are exposed to Spanish as well as lessons about diversity and culture. This provides a great early childhood foundation for learning.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By SreeVunnam on June 3, 2013
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My baby loves it. she is a great dora fan. she loves all episodes in season1. especially Big Red Chicken.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Ullanta on May 26, 2013
I love Dora, as do my 2 year-old-twins. I think it's a great show for their age. It's sweet and fun.

"Berry Hunt" is a fun episode that the boys love. The song "Going on a Berry Hunt" is much sung by us, and adaptable to many situations. Very catchy.

But towards the end of this episode, Dora busts through a locked gate (well, "abre"s through) to get to Blueberry Hill, where she must be careful, because it's where Swiper lives. After taking berries from a tree right next to Swiper's hole, he appears, and is accused of trying to swipe Dora and Boots's berries.

Certainly Swiper is mischievous in almost every episode, but in this case it is clearly Dora and Boots who have broken and entered, trespassed on Swiper's property, stolen his property, and perhaps harassed his pet bear (or at least put his life in danger from the freezing water).

I am careful to explain this to the boys whenever they watch, and i hope other parents do as well. It's a great learning opportunity and "teachable moment" about relative perspectives.

Swiper, if you read this, we're with you.

Also, in that train race - what would the other trains have done if they won the whistle? Then they would have had an extra one... wouldn't they have given it to Azul?
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By tdl on January 19, 2013
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Dora the Explorer was the interactive children's cartoon of the late 90s that many kids (including myself) were addicted to. A decade later, Dora seems to be the definition of stupid, and then the big question "Why do kids like this?" gets asked. It has catchy upbeat music, rather colorful animation, and a lot of activity. The show was designed to attract kids to the screen like a magnet. But as kids age and learn more about the world and intelligence, they will find Dora is quite an idiot. She can not go 5 feet without checking her map, and most kids of this generation will have no idea what a map is due to the rise of GPS devices. She needs your help to count to 10. She can't even find her monkey when he is hanging from a tree right beside her. I get that the concept of the show is to teach the kids, but Dora doesn't have to be that much of an idiot. Then the animation. As mentioned before, it is colorful. It is also sketchy, rough, and not very detailed... even for 1999. Dora the Explorer is a good cartoon for smaller kids, but most people will cringe 5 minutes after it is cut on.
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