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Where's God When I'm S-Scared [15th Anniversary] - DVD


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  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (276 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002NMV5TS
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #52,555 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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30 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Mark Baker - Carstairs Considers HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on October 28, 2003
Format: VHS Tape
VeggieTales launched 10 years ago with this video, which includes two shorter segments. The first, "Tales from the Crisper," teaches Jr. Asparagus that he has nothing to fear because "God is Bigger then the Boogie Man." The second retells the story of Daniel in the Lion's Den with songs feature Larry as the hero and Archibald Asparagus as King Darius. (Mr. Nezzer hadn't been created yet.) In between is the very first silly song, "The Water Buffalo Song."
Watching it again this weekend, I was struck by two things. First, how much fun this video is. With Jr. they perfectly captured a little kid and his logic and created some truly funny moments with talk about the slime monster. Although the funniest moment belongs to Daniels chatter as he's being carried to the lion's den. The second is how far they and the technology have come. By today's standards, the animation is bad. Their recent projects with bigger budgets are much better looking. However, that doesn't affect the fun at all. I almost guarantee that you'll have one song or another stuck in your head after watching this.
If there's a better way to teach kids Bible truths then this series, I sure don't know what it is. They're truly entertaining for the entire family. Heck, I buy them and I don't even have kids.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Wolfe Moffat on March 7, 2005
Format: DVD
I think a lot of people knew that this was the first VeggieTales episode, but some are like, "What's the difference?" A lot. I can just imagine the reaction to this first episode when it was aired how many years ago. You meet Bob the Tomato and Larry the Cucumber, the host of this wonderful show. They warmly welcome you and your little one, "Welcome to VeggieTales!" The also announce that they are there to answer YOUR questions. Who has questions? Kids! Well, this letter happens to be be about being scared. So begins the first episode of our favorite show for us and our little ones!

We finally meet for the first time, a veggie favorite, Junior Asparagus. He's watching "Frankencelery"!!! Mom says time for bed, and maybe he shouldn't watch scary stuff. Junior insists that he isn't scared. But what happens when it appears that monsters are in the closet? Enter Bob and Larry! To this day, I happen to love the song, "God is bigger than the Boogie-Man" just because I personally loved the catchy way it was all played out. Little did I know when I first heard it on Riley's (my daughter) first CD that it was from the very first episode.

But then you are introduced to... BRRR BRR BRRRR!!! (trumpet blast, people!) A SILLY SONG!!! And so we are introduced to "The Water Buffalo Song", the first of so many cherished silly songs that we've come to love and enjoy.

BUT WAIT!!! The show isn't over. Not yet. Another lesson in being scared, this time with the story of Daniel. This time we meet Archibald Asparagus as King Darius. But who else do we meet? Those 3 bee-boppin' leeks! And they tell about Daniel in the lions' den. It still isn't over yet!

We head back to the kitchen where we find out what we have learned today.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Michelle R. Thibodeaux on September 3, 2004
Format: DVD
My son at the age of 2 had started having trouble sleeping in his own bed throughout the night. We have had the VeggiTales movies before and he really loved them (and still does to this day), but when we bought this one I just knew it could help. It teaches our children that the scary things they see in modern TV, and modern cartoons even, are just make-believe. It also reenforces that GOD is with them everyday and in every way. Not only do I highly recommend any of the VeggiTales movies to my family and friends, but I also do so to anyone I meet that asks about my opinion of them. If you want your children to have good values and respect others despite their differences then I say get these movies.

By the way my son is now 3 years old and sleeps soundly every night and I do not mind taking 30 minutes out of my day to let him watch this before we go to bed. It's our tradition and it still works.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Kelly VINE VOICE on November 26, 2000
Format: VHS Tape
My two year old daughter loves this video - and so do her dad and I! The first half of the story is about Jr. Asparagus who is afraid after watching a scary movie. The Song "God is Bigger Than The Boogie Man" is one of the best of all the VeggieTales songs - and that's really saying something because there are so many great ones! The second half of the story is a great retelling of the story of Daniel, and it includes a great song from the jealous wise men as well.
This is one of the best VeggieTales videos in my opinion - the songs are top notch, the stories are very well done, and the message comes accross loud and clear in a way that is meaningful for small children and adults alike [Hey, I sing that Boogie Man song when I start worrying about the Bills - its just as relevant to me and my worries!]. One warning though - since watching this video, my two year old is fond of saying "Just four more minutes..." when she's not ready to go - just like Jr. Asparagus!
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on January 8, 2002
Format: VHS Tape
Although we have nearly every tale the produced by BigIdea, I have to admit that this is still my favorite. The music is catchy and fun, and the stories are easy to follow for a small child (2, 3 or 4 years old).
In the first tale on this video, Jr. Asparagus stays up watching a scary show, and later gets the heby-jebies while laying in his bed in a darkened quiet room. Bob the Tomato and Larry the Cucumber ("I'm a cucumber, NOT a pickle!") show up and explain that Jr. doesn't have to be afraid because "God is bigger than the Boogie Man". A song that turns into jumping-on-the-bed fun follows, and Jr isn't afraid any more. I think it's great because one of the challenges of bringing up children is giving them the security they need! This one sticks to a simple message appropriate for very young children.
I also liked this one because for very young children, story lines with a lot of action sometimes are too hard to follow. Some of the other VeggieTales that we have I think will be better understood by my children as they get older.
The story of Daniel and the lions' den is done just as well, and again is very appropriate and easy to follow. This one deals with jealousy, trust, and doing what you know is right even when it's hard.
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