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  • Format: Multiple Formats, Animated, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, Full Screen, 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: Lyons / Hit Ent.
  • DVD Release Date: November 11, 2008
  • Run Time: 51 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (66 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001F0TT8I
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #17,034 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Meet Shaun the Sheep(tm) - the lamb with the plan in his first-ever DVD compilation. From the shear geniuses that brought you the Academy Awardr-winning Wallace & Gromit, these hilarious adventures will have you wanting to join the flock! Shaun's barnyard pals, Shirley, Timmy, and those Naughty Pigs will have you rolling in the hay with laughter.

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My grand kids love Shaun the sheep.
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81 of 81 people found the following review helpful By Not an Expert on June 6, 2009
Too good to miss! Ageless humor guaranteed to bring cheer. Watch for the eventual availability of all 40 cartoons in the U.S. (not counting the recent third season)
Shaun the Sheep, appearing in the thirty minute feature "A Close Shave" appeared in the UK (and other non-U.S. nations) as seven minute Oscar winning cartoons in 2007. "Off the Baa is a collection of eight of these cartoons from the first season (listed below). Shaun is the star of farm and flock in episodes that fascinate adults and children. There are no speaking parts, but the antics stretch reality and lighten any mood using animal and people sounds.

Disney Channel seems to be the only source for Shaun cartoon broadcasts in the United States, except videos from some foreign Youtube-like sites. If you buy any videos, beware of DVD regional coding, making sure it is zero or one for the U.S. Watch for other collections of eight cartoons each - including "Wash Day", "Sheep on the Loose", "Saturday Night Shaun", and "Abracadabra". "Back in the Ba-a-ath" is also available, but I cannot find the number of episodes it includes.

You may now purchase Shaun the Sheep seasons one and two. A third season has been produced and introduces the farmer's cat. A toddler spin off of Timmy is now available: "Timmy Time"

A little searching will reward you with plenty of Aardman Animations videos including Shaun the sheep exercise video, sports, BBC shorts, as well as Wallace and Grommit features, "Cracking Contraptions", full length films, cartoons, advertisements, and over a dozen new characters.. Of the available full feature Wallace and Grommit films, none match up to the wonderfully entertaining "Chicken Run".
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Pink Turtle on January 11, 2009
This was purchased for one of our adult children as a Christmas present. Our entire family enjoyed watching it. Our grandchildren like watching this dvd but there is also more subtle humor that adults can pick up on. Make sure to purchase the correct Region 1 for USA viewing - many of these DVD's are formatted for the UK - These DVDS need to be labeled on the front and on the order form confirming you which region you are ordering.
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21 of 24 people found the following review helpful By kyle mills on January 9, 2009
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My wife and I have been big Wallace and Gromit fans for a while now. My wife especially thinks that Shaun the sheep is adorable. One day we saw this playing somewhere and I made a mental note of it to look for it on Amazon. I found this video some time later when I remembered, and ordered it as a Christmas Present. The movie is great, just like all of the other Aardman productions. One thing that really sets it apart is that there really isn't any dialogue, but threre isn't any needed because the whole thing is so well done. This movie is highly recommended to anyone who likes movies like Wallace and Gromit. I am hoping they continue to make more adventures so we can add them to our collection as well.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By tvtv3 TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on December 29, 2011
Shaun the Sheep first made an appearance in Wallace and Gromit's A Close Shave. The character showed enough potential in that short movie that he went on to get his own tv show. The episodes are quite short and run about 6-7 minutes each. The show follows the exploits of Shaun and the herd he lives with and takes care of. The herd is owned by a nameless Farmer who only "speaks" in gibberish mumbles. The animals on the farm are watched over by a sheepdog named Blitzer who has a good friendship with Shaun. The main antagonists in the episodes on OFF THE BAA! are the Pigs.

OFF THE BAA! contains eight episodes of Shaun the Sheep:

"Off the Baa!" - in this episode a cabbage rolls into the farm yard and Shaun and the flock use it to play a game of soccer. The game gets out of hand when the Pigs want to eat the cabbage for lunch.

"Timmy In a Tizzy" - the youngest sheep in the herd and Shaun's cousin, Timmy, become very upset when the Farmer takes away his stuffed animal. Shaun and company do everything they can to get Timmy to quiet down. As a side note, Timmy now has his own spin-off for preschoolers called Timmy Time.

"Buzz Off Bees" - the Farmer decides to try his hand at harvesting honey and keeps a bee hive on the farm. Trouble ensues for everyone.

"Who's the Mummy" - a group of baby chick hatch and in the absence of their mother, they become convinced Shaun is their mother.

"Mower Mouth" - a goat eats everything in sight and gives Shirley (the sheep who will eat anything) a run for her money. The goat gets loose and the usual chaos ensues.

"Fleeced" - it's shearing day, but Shaun and the sheep are determined not to have their wool taken. They make an escape into town and try to go incognito through fashion.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Fry Boy VINE VOICE on August 27, 2009
If you've got a toddler or two around the house and you're not happy with most of what's on TV, rest assured that "Shaun the Sheep" is a show that children and adults can both enjoy. All the comedy is visual (i.e. there are no spoken words) and clean, so you don't have to worry about your kids becoming the new miscreants on the block as a result of viewing any of the episodes. Each of the episodes, by the way, is less than five minutes long. It's great to hear your kids laugh out loud at a show rather than staring dumbly at the screen, befuddled by a program that's over their heads.

(Another wholesome and entertaining show for toddlers is Peep and the Big Wide World. There is talking, but it's all fairly simple (i.e. no big words or complex plots) and clean (no lewdness, no one saying "stupid" or "dumb"). I should point out, as well, that the children love the show, too.)
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Length of episodes?
I bought the Region 1 DVD "Off the Baa" and found that the episodes have had the opening theme song removed from all 8 episodes as well as the closing tune and credits (except for the last episode [Mountains Out of Molehills, I think...], where they run the ending credits and music). ... Read More
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