Handy Manny - Manny's Pet Roundup
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When Handy Manny is on the job, you know everything will get fixed...even when the "job" is helping find lost animals and bringing them home safely! Throw on your sneakers and get ready to play chase as Manny and his team of talkative tools use creative thinking and special treats to round up the pets of Sheetrock Hills. Crunchy carrots do the trick when bunnies escape from the pet store, bananas might be gophers' favorite treats, and it turns out birds just love pretzels! And everyone falls in love with a little kitty who needs a good home. Hop up and join Manny and all the wonderful creatures in the community for fun and furry fix-it adventures!
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The only thing I would change: when they show people of the community in the background walking down the street, they should have them interact, instead of just walking 'blindly' down the street -- I'm sure this is a cost-of-animation issue, but I think it would really add to the show.
Overall, a great series for kids. We have enjoyed all of the videos we've seen (the only one we haven't seen yet is Handy Manny: Manny's Green Team).
The pet roundup has a couple of games that can be played with your dvd remote control.
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Handy Manny is an Hispanic handyman with a cute toolbox full of seven delightful herramientas (tools) that not only help him on his daily rounds, they keep him company! "You break it, we fix it," Handy says when he answers a call. More often than not the broken thing is minor - a doorbell or latch on a rabbit cage, for instance - and if Handy doesn't know how to fix it, one of his tools does! Candy Store owner Mr. Lopart is always hanging around providing comic relief, while Kelly (the hardware store owner) always has the part the Handy needs. I think Handy has a 'thing' for Kelly, if you get my drift, and I suspect the feeling is mutual, but we may never know.
In this collection we get seven eleven-minute episodes, almost all about pets or little animals, but first there's the epic bonus episode in which Handy and crew help Mr. Lopart's nephews Lyle and Leland build a soapbox racer that won't kill them. (Mr. Lopart is the exact opposite of Handy, where building and fixing is concerned.) After that we have episodes that, among other things, see the crew help keep chicks warm in a Pet Store during a blackout, the tools watch after a cute stray kitty, and everyone goes mano-a-paw-no with a mischievous gopher.
Nice dvd, my 2 year old son loves it!
Excellent for pre-school children.