Fairly OddParents - School's Out! The Musical
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with a lot of mail we can really make a difference and we might still save Fop.
Everyone, please write to Nick Believe me, if they get enough mail they will sit up and take notice.
so lets try to bring the show back please.
it is one of the best cartoons on tv. with your help we can bring it back!!!!!
I give this a 5\5!!
One not very bright spot has been the effort to create longer cartoon specials and direct to video home DVDs. There are several reasons for that. One, a longer feature helps other studios fill in the space occupied by Disney cinema animation. Two, it provides material for shows like Cartoon Network's Cartoon Theater. Three, it provides a way to directly market already profitable TV shows or movies with direct to video sequels and follow-ups. Nick, for instance, refers to its cartoons as a Nick brand, and attempts to group its products under the well-known orange Nick logo in the manner that Disney does with its own name through its Buena Vista distribution division.
None of which has anything to do with this musical, except to say that it somewhat plays against type. The previous TV animation features I've seen, usually running around an hour, have all been inferior to the regular TV cartoons. Here's the exception. The reason it's an exception is because it's a musical, a lively, likeable, witty one. The songs are Pinky and the Brain smart and Disney singable.Read more ›
37 Years Earlier, two clown parents put their son (Flappy Bob) in a rocket, when they thought they were going to fall in a crack. BIG MISTAKE! The Pixies found him and adopted him. 37 Years Later, Timmy and his pals are waiting for school to end, and when it does, there is a musical number I call "Kids Just Being Kids." But this year, what do the parents think? BLAME CHOMPY. Flappy Bob came and he said he was the owner of Flappy Bob's Peppy Happy Learnatorium (remember Peppy Happy Gary and Peppy Happy Betty?). He proposed his Camp Learnatorium. But that is NOT what Timmy and his friends want. Then there's another musical number. Timmy wished kids could rule the world. But in doing so, all fairies are took to Fairy World. But, then, the Pixies offer Flappy Bob a contract. With that, yet another musical number, "Where is the Fun?". So, the world is boring, like Fairy World, but then he thought about being a clown. He found a loophole on the contract, then the world is normal, but they still have to go to the Learnatorium, in doing so it's another musical number and then the end.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have all fairly odd parents videocassettes and this one is bad because Timmy Turner is putting Cosmo and Wanda in jail I got this December 14 2005Published 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
The musical episode was really fun and clever, and not one we had seen on TV. This was a great value, as it also included a few bonus episodes.Published on February 4, 2014 by Toddler Mom
This was one of my favorite movies so I wanted to buy it and was very glad when it arrived earlier than suspectedPublished on April 1, 2012 by molj12
The movie arrived on time and in great condition. I would order from this seller again.Published on November 13, 2009 by D. Pitts
Although it came very late and do not include portuguese language or subtitles, it is a very good show.Published on July 12, 2007 by Jose M. Bornhofen