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Baby Einstein - Baby Van Gogh - World of Colors

4.3 out of 5 stars 271 customer reviews

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ASIN: B00005YUPQ DESCRIPTION: Discovering a rainbow of colors through art, music and poetry!
-- Introduces babies to six basic colors
-- Exposes little ones to famous Van Gogh masterpieces

For a growing baby, the world is like one huge masterpiece just waiting to be discovered. And as babies' eyesight develops, their ability to recognize and respond to colors makes their new discoveries all the more exciting! Baby Van Gogh™ presents little ones with a mesmerizing introduction to six basic colors: yellow, green, orange, purple, red and blue. Creatively incorporating the paintings of Vincent Van Gogh, together with original poems, beautiful classical music and the hilarious antics of an art-loving puppet, this vibrant voyage will transport you and your baby into an interactive rainbow of sights and sounds as you explore and celebrate this colorful, captivating, ever-changing world together! END

DVD Features
-- Repeat play
-- Language tracks (Spanish, French and English)
-- Discovery cards
-- Puppet shows
-- Toy chest

Special Features

  • Repeat Play and Auto-Play Options
  • Video Tutorial
  • Baby Van Gogh Overview
  • Printed Parent Guide
  • 20 Page Computer Printed Coloring Book

Product Details

  • Actors: Baby Einstein
  • Directors: n, a
  • Format: Color, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo)
  • 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: WALT DISNEY VIDEO
  • DVD Release Date: March 12, 2002
  • Run Time: 70 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (271 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00005YUPQ
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,411 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Baby Einstein - Baby Van Gogh - World of Colors" on IMDb

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I haven't decided yet if this one or the one about shapes is my least favorite. I agree, all Baby Einstein is is a bunch of toys floating across the screen - however, some of them are put together in a way that is educational and fun for my 9 month old son. I've been showing him the Baby Einstein videos since 3 months (and I have reviewed all the ones we own). Like previous reviewers have said, the poems are ridiculous and the way Julie reads them is horrible. I know these are supposed to be "teaching aides" as opposed to a distraction for mom to get away, but I know most moms use these as a way to take a quick shower or get some dishes done, therefore, the toys they float across the screen don't really have any learning purpose (pointing out the colors or having poems that deal with "real world" items in that specific color would be more effective). I do like the Van Gogh prints they show, and that's about it.
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I love many of Baby Einstein's products. I have two other videos, a saucer/bouncy chair, and several books by Baby Einstein, and I LOVE them. I wanted to get more Baby Einstein videos for my almost one-year-old so she wouldn't be watching the same ones over and over. Well, this one was a disappointment for me. The kicker is that it seems to be the highest rated of the Baby Einstein videos! Did you even watch it??

My main issue, was the speech sound quality. The music was perfect, and the music volume was great, but when they actually talked, I couldn't hear them well enough to understand any of it. I thought I was going deaf! They punctuated the video with bits of poetry about each color, but what's the point of that if you can't even hear it? It sounds like they recorded the speech on an old cassette tape in a bathroom! To be fair, here are the pros and cons of the video:

Negatives:
-Vocal recording quality is poor, at best
-The puppetry was rough, and inexpressive compared their usual high quality of work
-Obnoxious 80's-ish sound effects with no apparent purpose

Positives:
-Beautiful classical music
-Cute and interesting video montages

I'd like to note that the positives are true of the GOOD Baby Einstein videos as well, but the negatives are not. I highly recommend "My First Signs" and "First Words: Around the House." I hope to find more of the good ones, but I'm honestly scared to put any more money into the search!
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Frankly, for the $$ I was unimpressed. I had heard great things about this series and was sorely disappointed. Each of the presentations seem very "low budget." The filming content did not keep the attention of either my child or my nieces or nephews, ages 6 months to 4 yrs. Next time, I will tape animal/art programs from either Discovery Channel or Animal Planet and play my classical CD's in the back ground. Save your self the $$.
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The music in this dvd is nice. That's about the only good thing. The toys they show between color segments really have no real purpose but to fill up time (like most Baby Einstein videos, in my opinion). The colors they show are yellow, green, orange, purple, red and blue.

Each color has puppets and a poem is recited (again, I find Julie's voice annoying). Here's an example of the poem for the color purple: "Purple feels wacky, wild, crazy, tricky, mellow, mild. It makes me want to paint my face, kick a ball and run a race." For the color red the poem is, "When I wake up feeling red, I swoop down from my little bed, throw on a cape and rush out the door and leap across the scarlet floor."

OK....to me these poems are just dumb. Other people proably think they are great, but I can't see having my child sit and watch this and listen to these ridiculous poems. I have written reviews for all other Baby Einstein videos, so please read them too.
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I was very disappointed after the rave reviews.
Our baby was not interested at all in this DVD. She prefers NOGIN.
Also the DVD was very short - a mere 20 mins and somehow tedious for the child.
Sincerely
jm in SF CA
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as much as baby loved it, I really couldn't justify allowing her to watch it more than a few times. After a child gets the idea of colors (which doesn't take too long, really), this is pure entertainment and actually king of mind-numbing (or should i say baby-dumbing). better picks are Trebellina (music dvd for babies), Muzzy (language dvd for baby) or even a brainy baby.
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Had to throw away, too badly scratched
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This Einstein video is a great first step to learning colors. But when buying a B.E. video keep the following in mind and ask yourself, "Is it really worth it?":
Julie Clark likes to add her poems. Children don't typically appreciate poems, especially ones that don't make much sense. And as with every B.E. video, there's your occasional repeat clips that they use to fill the time, and of course those lovely 2-3 second black screens. Oh, not to mention my favorite...having to fast-forward through 2 previews, finally getting to the main menu, and then having to fast-forward through 3 more previews! I am so perplexed that Disney would feel the need to put SO MANY previews on EVERY SINGLE B.E. video (with the exception of 2 or 3, out of 15!). They're kids!! They're not interested in previews, and the parents don't need to see them every single day! We've got impatient kids, WORK WITH US DISNEY!! Okay, done venting. This is why I give a rating of 2 stars. I'm fed up with having to sit through previews on every video. By the way, why are we paying around $15 for DVDs that aren't even full-length movies. They're 20 minutes long! (...and low-budge production to boot.) It's time to lower that outrageous price. Who's with me?!!
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