Kipper - Kipper He Out
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"Meet Kipper, a loveable dog with a big imagination!" 6 Tail Wagging Adventures! The Visitor - When a gosling visits Kipper unexpectedly, Kipper experiences the joys and frustrations of parenthood. Will Kipper help his little friend spread his wings and fly away? Pig's Present - Kipper wants to give Pig the best birthday gift ever - a pet hamster! But when Kipper becomes fond of the hamster, will he give it to Pig after all? The Butterfly - After chasing a butterfly around the park, Kipper captures it in a jar. He soon realizes, however, that setting it free is the right thing to do. The Bleepers - It's the Bleepers from outer space! When Kipper encounters a stranded spaceship with aliens, can he help them fix their spaceship so they can go home? Pig's Cousin - Pig and Kipper take Arnold to play in the park. When Arnold is accidentally carried away by a kite, he speaks his first word ever! What does he say? The Little Ghost - It's a g-g-ghost - and it's afraid of Kipper! After ghostly antics turn Kipper's home into a haunted funhouse, their mutual fear changes to friendship.
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Kipper is eager to lend a helping paw to friends both old and new. From caring for a visiting gosling to setting a butterfly free to celebrating Pig's birthday, Kipper helps his friends. But will Kipper extend his canine courtesy to a ghost and a space ship full of aliens as well?
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We didn't get the earlier VHS editions, so all the stories are new to my four year old, who thoroughly enjoys them. As a matter of fact, my two year old nephew is now a convert.
The beauty of the DVD edition is the feature which allows you to choose an episode, or play them all, or play them all continuously, the last being the favorite pick at our house.
In "The Visitor", Kipper looks after a little lost gosling. This is a good story if your kids are really messy, as Kipper is continuously cleaning up after his little charge.
"Pig's Present" tells of Pig's birthday and all the pets he receives as gifts. The part with the hamster going through Kipper's "obstacle course" is great fun.
"The Butterfly" teaches that the best things in life should be free.
"The Bleepers" will have your kids speaking strangely, and eating lollipops.
Arnold is formally introduced in "Pig's Cousin" - I had previously thought they were brothers.
"The Little Ghost" is the most entertaining story of the lot, with the most "special effects" of any Kipper episode.
If you haven't already seen the early episodes, I strongly recommend this one. If not, borrow it just for "The Little Ghost"
Amanda Richards, March 25, 2005