Shaun The Sheep - Off The Baa
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Shaun the Sheep, appearing in the thirty minute feature "A Close Shave" appeared in the UK (and other non-U.S. nations) as seven minute Oscar winning cartoons in 2007. "Off the Baa is a collection of eight of these cartoons from the first season (listed below). Shaun is the star of farm and flock in episodes that fascinate adults and children. There are no speaking parts, but the antics stretch reality and lighten any mood using animal and people sounds.
Disney Channel seems to be the only source for Shaun cartoon broadcasts in the United States, except videos from some foreign Youtube-like sites. If you buy any videos, beware of DVD regional coding, making sure it is zero or one for the U.S. Watch for other collections of eight cartoons each - including "Wash Day", "Sheep on the Loose", "Saturday Night Shaun", and "Abracadabra". "Back in the Ba-a-ath" is also available, but I cannot find the number of episodes it includes.
You may now purchase Shaun the Sheep seasons one and two. A third season has been produced and introduces the farmer's cat. A toddler spin off of Timmy is now available: "Timmy Time"
A little searching will reward you with plenty of Aardman Animations videos including Shaun the sheep exercise video, sports, BBC shorts, as well as Wallace and Grommit features, "Cracking Contraptions", full length films, cartoons, advertisements, and over a dozen new characters.. Of the available full feature Wallace and Grommit films, none match up to the wonderfully entertaining "Chicken Run".Read more ›
OFF THE BAA! contains eight episodes of Shaun the Sheep:
"Off the Baa!" - in this episode a cabbage rolls into the farm yard and Shaun and the flock use it to play a game of soccer. The game gets out of hand when the Pigs want to eat the cabbage for lunch.
"Timmy In a Tizzy" - the youngest sheep in the herd and Shaun's cousin, Timmy, become very upset when the Farmer takes away his stuffed animal. Shaun and company do everything they can to get Timmy to quiet down. As a side note, Timmy now has his own spin-off for preschoolers called Timmy Time.
"Buzz Off Bees" - the Farmer decides to try his hand at harvesting honey and keeps a bee hive on the farm. Trouble ensues for everyone.
"Who's the Mummy" - a group of baby chick hatch and in the absence of their mother, they become convinced Shaun is their mother.
"Mower Mouth" - a goat eats everything in sight and gives Shirley (the sheep who will eat anything) a run for her money. The goat gets loose and the usual chaos ensues.
"Fleeced" - it's shearing day, but Shaun and the sheep are determined not to have their wool taken. They make an escape into town and try to go incognito through fashion.Read more ›
(Another wholesome and entertaining show for toddlers is Peep and the Big Wide World. There is talking, but it's all fairly simple (i.e. no big words or complex plots) and clean (no lewdness, no one saying "stupid" or "dumb"). I should point out, as well, that the children love the show, too.)
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My kids love Shaun the Sheep. I love it too because there is really no talking. No foul language to worry about. Just fun for the kids.Published 6 months ago by Bethany Rhoades
My 4-5 year-old grandsons love Shaun and so do their parents! I'm intrigued by the fact that there are no words spoken, only funny facial expressions and antics. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Grandma W
I like 'Shaun the Sheep'! I like it because it's so funny! Me and Emma, my cousin, went to see the new movie yeserday, and it was so funny and great! Read morePublished 11 months ago by Puppy
Yet another wonderful Shaun the Sheep DVD. My son loves it! there IS a part in the episode "Timmy has a Tizzy" where Timmy, the baby sheep, cries incessantly and it drives... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Sheryl