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  • Actors: Pocoyo
  • Directors: Pocoyo (TM) & © 2005 Zinkia S.A.
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Animated, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Granada Int'l Media
  • DVD Release Date: December 25, 2012
  • Run Time: 90 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (34 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B008UTV6T2
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #469,401 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Editorial Reviews

Pocoyo explores, discovers, encounters, laughs, questions and celebrates. Join Pocoyo and his friends Duck, Elly, Loula and Sleepy Bird as they play hide and seek, fly an airplane and go on a camping adventure! Discover learning through laughter with Pocoyo!

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The cartoon is quite cute, entertaining, and fun, even for adults.
Erica
My 2 year old daughter & 4 year old son LOVE Pocoyo - This is a great DVD for little learners & lots of fun to watch!
laural74
It looks much harder to say than it really is (trust me, Moose can say it, so can you).
Randi Schmid

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on July 19, 2011
Format: DVD
Pocoyo is an animated series that comes from Spain (though you can't tell by the english version). Fortunately for this series of cute 7 minute episodes, the english version is narrated by the incredibly talented Stephen Fry.

Pocoyo has a very cute toddler voice (when he speaks!), and the narrator tells most of the story, often through talking to Pocoyo and friends. Most of the time curious Pocoyo interacts with his friends Duck, Elly the Elephant, Loula the dog, and Sleepy Bird as they do things like flying an airplane, going camping, and playing hide and seek.

The educational side of TV shows are important to me, and this one educates very subtly. It teaches my 3 year old about friendship, loyalty, sharing, caring, and more.

It has simple 3D animation with a white background, witty storytelling and exceptional narration, and great characters. I absolutely love it too because it's so clever and adorable.

Example from Super Pocoyo:
(Pocoyo runs across screen with Zorro type mask on)
Stephen Fry: Theeeere's Pocoyo. Hello, Pocoyo!
(Pocoyo screeches to a stop, is gesturing with closed eyes, doesn't answer)
Stephen Fry: Pocoyo. (no response) Pocoyo!
Pocoyo: No!
Stephen Fry: No what, Pocoyo?
Pocoyo: Not Pocoyo!
Stephen Fry: "You're *not* Pocoyo?
(Pocoyo nods no)
Stephen Fyry: Well then, who are you?
(Pocoyo points to his chest, which has a superhero P on it, accompanied by sound effects)
Stephen Fry says, "Can any of you tell me what Pocoyo is today?"
(Pocoyo strikes a superhero pose)
Kids voices say, "He's a Super Hero!"

As a side note, Pocoyo - Musical Blocks, not on here, is my favorite Pocoyo. You can see it on Youtube, linked from the Pocoyo site, along with many other Pocoyo videos if you would like a preview.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Cherise Kachelmuss TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on December 20, 2010
Format: DVD
Super Pocoyo is a collection of small Pocoyo episodes which are great for kids with small attention spans or just as something quick to watch. In Pocoyo there is a narrator that talks but other than that the characters only make a few sounds/words every now and then. It is a cute and simple show great for preschoolers. My 2 year old actually cracked up when watching this DVD and then I laughed because I couldn't figure out what he was laughing at! The animation is bright, colorful and full of fun shapes but as far as a plot goes there really isn't one. The show just has Pocoyo and his friends doing simple tasks and small adventures. It is not really meant to be educational but rather "learning through laughter" and showing friendship.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Carol L. Stjohn on March 27, 2011
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
The kids are crazy about these and want to watch them over and over and over and....you know how they are. This one is super because it has 12 episodes, which is more than most other disks.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By J. Monfort on March 8, 2011
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
I bought our first Pocoyo DVD after seeing a Pocoyo cartoon with my 4 year old nephew while on vacation. He was mesmerized, which surprised me because he is a very energetic child.

I bought this one because of how much he enjoyed the first one (till he "lost" it), and he's going through a superhero craze right now. This DVD is broken up into 8-10 smaller stories. Running time is about an hour and a half, though you can choose how much of it your child watches from the menu. You can play them all or select individual ones.

The stories are very simple to understand, and are done with almost no dialogue (all are narrated). Pocoyo and his friends perform simpler tasks, play make believe, and have small adventures. It's all very gentle, but not boring. There is excitement in the color palette (bright characters on a white background), in the music, and in Pocoyo's mannerisms. The emotions taught are realistic, as are the reactions of his friends.

Overall, I think this a great DVD for little kids. As I said, my nephew who will be 5 in June watched the whole DVD through twice in a day. His favorite episodes were "Super Pocoyo" and "Pocoyo juggles." Enjoy - it's worth it!
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es, this kid's name is Pocoyo. It looks much harder to say than it really is (trust me, Moose can say it, so can you). And, yes, I'll admit when I received my first Pocoyo movie, I wasn't too impressed at first glance. However, it's a really cute show. And a pretty big hit! You can even get Pocoyo bath figures.

We received a copy of Super Pocoyo for review. My boys loved it, just like they do their other two Pocoyo DVDs. The animation is pretty simple, the plots aren't too demanding. I personally like that it's not a loud show with a lot of action. I prefer my boys' shows to be pretty simple, if not educational. Pocoyo is educational but not like Blue's Clues or Sesame Street. It's more like it's subtitle: Learning Through Laughter.

This title is not up for release until January 11, 2011 so if you're looking for a nice present for your kids for after the New Year (perhaps so you can rest on the couch while they watch), I highly recommend this. I trust Pocoyo to entertain my children with fun and learning unlike so many kids' shows these days.
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3 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Dee on February 22, 2011
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
My 3 year old son loves Pocoyo. We don't watch much TV, but saw this on "Noggin" as a short clip some time back. I purchased one DVD since he wanted to watch the "clip" more than the show we had recorded for him, and we enjoyed them so much we have collected 3 more DVD's since then.

Pocoyo is a toddler (3 years old or so), and as such, he says very few words (and rare-to-none as far as full sentences go) therefore, toddlers and children of various age ranges will be able to easily relate to him --no matter where their developing language abilities/skills may currently be (though as an adult reviewer, I also found his stories refreshing, and entertaining, lol!) Pocoyo's actions are clear, and his stories always come out with a "positive lesson learned" (I always watch DVD's alone first to "approve" before allowing my toddler to watch, and I saw no crying, no temper tantrums, nor any "general bad behavior" in these DVD's).

This aspect of the DVD content is very important to me, (& one reason we don't watch reg TV), because as most Moms/Dads know: Shows with *EXAMPLED-THEN-CORRECTED* BAD BEHAVIOR: USUALLY TEACH THE BAD BEHAVIOR INSTEAD OF THE "LESSON" INTENDED to most children (child psych will tell any TV show producer that a child's mind was designed to reach their "end-goals" & survive -and aren't mature enough to be cognizant of, much less capable of "FIXING" an anxiety/behavioral issue) Unfortunately, an adult's mind may see a "lesson" to be derived from the show, but a child witnessing the initial shocking "bad behavior", will likely store the memory in the back of their minds, and continued viewing of such shows will allow continued decline of their accepted "standards of behavior" no matter what Mom & Dad tell them are appropriate.
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