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VeggieTales - Madame Blueberry

4.8 out of 5 stars 260 customer reviews

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Why so blue? Because Madame Blueberry wants more stuff. Sure, she has everything she needs -- good friends, plenty of food, a nice treehouse to live in -- but some of her friends have a lot more. Sound familiar? Let your kids spend a little time with Madame Blueberry and the rest of the veggies and they'll learn that "being greedy makes you grumpy -- but a thankful heart is a happy heart!" The 9th original VeggieTales video from the award-winning artists at Big Idea Productions, Madame Blueberry teaches kids that God wants us to be thankful for what we have.

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  • Actors: Dan Anderson, Megan Moore Burns, Mike Nawrocki, Mike Sage, Lisa Vischer
  • Format: Animated, Closed-captioned, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    NR
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  • Studio: Big Idea
  • DVD Release Date: May 20, 2003
  • Run Time: 37 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (260 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00008AOWX
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #227,473 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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By A Customer on June 15, 2000
Format: VHS Tape
This is one of the better installments in the Veggie Tales series. Madame Blueberry learns a valuable lesson about greed. She isn't happy and thinks it's because she doesn't have enough stuff. Then, a Stuff-Mart (a great Wal-Mart knock-off) opens up down the road. Through Madame Blueberry's quest for more stuff she realizes that all the stuff in the world won't make her happy. What she wants is a happy and thankful heart. She realizes this a little too late and loses her treehouse but is still thankful for the lesson she learned. In this age of "gotta have it all", this is a great way to show kids that having a lot of "stuff" won't buy happiness. Through excellent writing and some great songs, including the Stuff-Mart rap, the people at Big Idea have created another video that is multi-generational. Even adults will come away thinking about the need for "stuff". This video also includes the song, My Cheeseburger, a temporary replacement to the Silly Songs with Larry. Be sure to listen during the scene in the Stuff-Mart food court for the muzak version. Too funny!
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Of the several Veggie Tales we currently own, this is our personal favorite, and for good reason. Madame Blueberry is a VERY blue berry -- so absorbed in her wish for material things that she doesn't appreciate all the good things that she already has, a good home, good friends, and the everyday blessings of life around her. It takes a trip to the "StuffMart" (a wonderful send-up on the discount shopping mega-malls that infest our society) and her observations of two small children for her to see that life is more than aquiring things. As the moral of the story says, a thankful heart is a happy heart.
This is a great video for the age 5 to 11 set. All the usual Veggie Tale characters are here, including Bob the Tomato, Larry the Cucumber, and Junior Asparagus. The animation is, as in every Veggie Tale, a visual treat that holds the interest of both children and adults. There are sly sight gags and a silly, campy pace to the voice characterizations. But best of all in this video is the music. The prayer song of the two children -- "I thank God for this day ..." is marvelous in its power and simplicity, and one that our child now sings at the dinner table. Doggone it, I know the words too, and I sing along. The hip-hop rendition of the StuffMart advertising jingle is downright funny: what more evidence do you need to know that conspicuous consumption is wrong? And Mr. Lunt's rendition of the "Cheeseburger Love Song" is hilarious.
The lesson of this video is delivered with a light touch. It's religious without being preachy or proselytizing. We need more videos like this. I'm betting that even the StuffMart will have them!
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By A Customer on December 16, 1999
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This is the first Veggie Tales video I've seen, and I'm not sure who likes it more...myself, or my 16 month old daughter. I'm about to order another 3 or 4 videos!
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Madame Blueberry is a new veggie tale with great stories and fun songs. My 3 1/2 year old is going around singing about thanking God for this sunny day, which he picked up from one of the songs on this video. The only drawback was that it seemed to have less songs than some of the other veggie tales. However, I'm not complaining--my kids love it and I know I'm reinforcing good values, especially values that are rarely found in the popular media. Definitely a keeper.
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Bob the tomato and Larry the cucumber are back as the longsuffering butlers to an ungreatful berry. In her quest for more "things", she meets a devious clan of rap-scallions and some wonderfully genuine children. The Salesmanz Rap is a riot. They play every card in the deck to convince her that happiness is a saleable commodity, and that they are only there to help her find it.
As a bonus, you get Love Songs With Mr. Lunt, in which he passionately croons a cheeseburger. Wonderful.
The animation, as with all VeggieTales, is excellent.
Warning! You may find yourself singing at the office!
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Veggie Tales; Saterday morning fun and Sunday morning values! Our whole family loves Veggie-Tales! The computer animation is superb, the humor is clever and witty enough for adults to appreciate, the songs are catchy, and the style is refreshingly wacky! In this episode, Madame Blueberry is taught an important lesson about materialism; namely, all the STUFF at the STUFF MART, CAN NOT buy her a happy heart; (and no, HAPPY HEARTS ARE NOT FOR SALE, IN AISLE 3)! My five year old thinks this story is hysterical, and enjoys watching it over and over again! Is the message of the movie getting through to her? I'm not exactly sure, but she watches it so much, that eventually it should! (Definitely a "must have" for all Veggie-Tales fans)!
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Madame Blueberry is one of my favorite Veggie Tales videos. It is a wonderful contrast between greed and thankfulness. Bob and Larry play the role of Madame Blueberry's butlers. Madame Blueberry is a very blue berry with an overwhelming desire for "things." In the end she learns some hard lessons and finds joy in thankfulness.
Madame Blueberry has beautiful animation. The story begins by following a butterfly as it floats over an imaginary French landscape filled with stunning scenery.
Madame blueberry also has some great songs. My favorites are the Stuff-Mart Rap and Mr. Lunt's Cheeseburger Song. Let me take some time here to say that Mr. Lunt got ripped off...no matter what the petition in Silly Songs 2 says...Mr. Lunt is far better at silly songs than Larry. I'm afraid Mr. Lunt is suffering oppression at the hands of the system; it all smacks of cucumber-centrism.
Don't let "the man" hold you down. Get this tape (while you're still allowed to) and play the Cheeseburger song over and over. The rest of the tape is great too.
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