VeggieTales: A Snoodle's Tale 2004 TV-Y7 CC

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Bob the Tomato tells the touching story of Snoodle Doo, a lovable little character who learns that the way others see him doesn't matter at all, because God sees how special and beautiful each of us is, and that's just how we should see ourselves.

Starring:
Mike Nawrocki, Jim Poole
Runtime:
38 minutes

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VeggieTales: A Snoodle's Tale

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Product Details

Genres Musical, Comedy, Kids & Family
Director Marc Vulcano
Starring Mike Nawrocki, Jim Poole
Supporting actors Phil Vischer, Tim Hodge, Philip Spooner, Charlotte Jackson, Marc Vulcano, Buddy Lewis, Justin Barrett
Studio Big Idea Entertainment
MPAA rating TV-Y7
Captions and subtitles English Details
Rental rights 48 hour viewing period. Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
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Customer Reviews

The kids love veggie tales.
Amanda Nielsen
God loves us because He made us and He wants us to live with purpose is such an important message especially in the world we live in today.
E J Mansvelt
I just bought this DVD for my 4 1/2 year old son and almost 2 year old daughter and they both love it!!
J. Howard

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34 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Genevive on September 12, 2004
Format: DVD
Because "A Snoodle's Tale" is different in character and appearance to other VeggieTales productions, I was a little reluctant to try it. But it has actually turned out to be a favorite of both my daughter's and mine. Softer colors and a rhyming dialogue makes this gentle and appealing to younger Veggie fans (think Dr. Seuss) without excluding the older ones, and the message, far from being a modern cliché of "just like yourself," is both sweet and profound. The little snoodle who is the hero of the tale is weighed down heavily by the demeaning pictures other snoodles have paint of him, so much so, in fact, that he is unable to fly. But eventually he learns that letting go of other's opinions and carrying only his creator's portrait of him makes him so light he can not only fly, but soar. He, in turn, gives his creator a picture he has painted, and the creator is so pleased, he puts it on his fridge. I actually got a little teary at one point.

My daughter and her friends of various ages love this story, as they do the rhyming Veggie version of the Good Samaritan, which is also included on this DVD. Dr. Jekyl and Mr. Hyde is amusing, too, though not, I think, as much as the special feature home movie footage included of Mike Nawrocki practicing the gourd dance all alone in his living room.

All in all a creative, solid, amusing, touching venture. A better experiment than Larry Boy, in my opinion, and I hope they produce other Snoodle tales.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Mark Baker HALL OF FAMETOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on May 16, 2004
Format: DVD
The newest VeggieTale features two fun stories with a silly song sandwiched in between.
Up first is "The Strange Case of Dr. Jiggle and Mr. Sly," a hilarious spoof of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. I love the original, and this adaptation is great for kids. There's nothing scary here as we learn the truth about the mysterious new Mr. Sly, wonderful disco dancer in a lesson about being true to ourselves. I especially loved the running joke about the hands and feet.
Up next is "Sport Utility Vehicle," the newest Silly Song. Here we get a lovely duet about how wonderful SUV's are. I'm warming up to it, although I must admit most of what it says is, unfortunately right on. Maybe it was just too close to home to be funny the first time around?
Finally we come to the title story. In classic Dr. Seuss fashion, we get a wonderful parable about the newest Snoodle who is trying to figure out where he fits in. When others make fun of his efforts to try things, he begins to get discouraged. Can anyone help him see himself differently?
This last story is a powerful reminder that we all need to hear from time to time no matter how young or old we are. When I'd first heard that this episode would be about self-worth, I was a little concerned. I shouldn't have been. The guys at Big Idea continue to study the Bible very closely to come up with their messages, and the reminder that our self-worth comes straight from our loving Creator because He loves us is right on.
In case you didn't figure it out, I loved this DVD. The intro and outro with Bob and Larry were absolutely hilarious.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By J. L Schreiber on January 31, 2005
Format: DVD
I own I think, all of the Veggie Tale movies, and by review from my children and I, we give this movie 5 stars! I love how they mixed in Dr. Jeckyl and Mr. Hyde in with the movie without being too scary, which made it more interesting for adults. The Snoodle's Tale was told in a Dr. Suess way which was cute for the kids, but the major highlight of this movie was the Silly Song! My kids are 2,3,7,8,8,10 and 11 and they have me put on the SUV song and repeat it over and over again. It is the best so far.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Stickman on November 5, 2007
Format: DVD
"A Snoodles Tale" is a definite must see for everyone. It's a wonderful story that conveys how much worth we have regardless of how others look at us. It's great for kids and adults. I showed it to an adult friend, and she wept.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By BandB on August 1, 2005
Format: DVD
My two daughters (ages 2 & 5) absolutely love this DVD and request it constantly. I love it because it is a truly wholesome DVD and has my 5 year old singing the song "Love your neighbor...loving means lending a hand" and teaches them bible verses. There are so many non-wholesome and/or scary kids shows out there its unbelievable - even from Disney! And we wonder where the children pick up nasty phrases from like "shut up" - just sit and watch some of the shows out there - I highly recommend watching before you let them watch any because kids pick up every little thing - especially from a DVD they watch over and over. Finally, here is a DVD worth letting your children watch.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By E J Mansvelt on October 19, 2005
Format: DVD
This has got to be the best veggietales ever! And that is saying a lot because I have every single one out there. The story about Dr Jiggle and Mr Sly is so funny and cute and true of how we always want to look different than how we actually are and the music is well written as always but the real star of the DVD is the Snoodle's Tale.

A Snoodle's Tale is brilliant, mature and yet so simple. God loves us because He made us and He wants us to live with purpose is such an important message especially in the world we live in today. There is a line near the end which says "a gift that's demanded is no gift at all." So simple yet so profound!

We recommend Veggietales to all our friends - even the ones who don't have kids but we have sat a couple of them down and shown them this one because the message is so important and comes across so well.

I think every child needs a copy of this DVD and to be reassured by their parents that it is a true representation of what God wants for them in their lives ( And maybe a few parents will get the message as well!)

Do yourself a favour and buy this DVD today!
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