Clifford's Puppy Days: New Friends / Little Puppy, Big Adventures

Clifford's Puppy Days: New Friends / Little Puppy, Big Adventures

     
 

Clifford's Puppy Days - New Friends/Little Puppy, bug Adventures compiles eight animated adventures featuring the younger, diminutive version of everyone's favorite oversized canine. Each of the eight stories is presented in a standard full-frame transfer that preserves the original broadcast aspect ratio. The closed-caption English soundtrack is rendered in…  See more details below

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Clifford's Puppy Days - New Friends/Little Puppy, bug Adventures compiles eight animated adventures featuring the younger, diminutive version of everyone's favorite oversized canine. Each of the eight stories is presented in a standard full-frame transfer that preserves the original broadcast aspect ratio. The closed-caption English soundtrack is rendered in Dolby Digital Stereo. Supplemental materials include a featurette on real-life dogs. This is a fine release that will satisfy fans of the character.

Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - Donald Liebenson
Clifford wasn't always the Big Red Dog. In the tradition of Muppet Babies, Baby Looney Tunes, and The Flintstones Kids, this delightful spin-off series recalls Clifford when he was the irresistible runt of the litter who caught Emily Elizabeth's eye and captured her heart. Clifford the puppy is friskier than his full-grown incarnation, but just as friendly and loving. This DVD contains the series' first eight stories (also available in two four-story VHS volumes, New Friends and Little Puppy, Big Adventures). In "Keeping Cool," Emily Elizabeth's babysitter learns to be himself after trying desperately to impress a new girl in the building. In "Socks and Snooze," Clifford will not quit until he finds Emily Elizabeth's lucky socks for the first day of school. In "The Monster in 3B," Clifford and company are suspicious about their new neighbors, until they actually meet them and see how friendly they are. In "Cat-astrophe," felines Flo and Zo are rude and inconsiderate weekend guests. "Jorge and the Dog Run" finds Clifford feeling like an outsider when he visits the local dog run, until a new friend lends a paw. The search for a new gathering place occupies the little red pup and his pals in "Clifford's Club House." "Paw Print Picasso" illustrates the importance of telling the truth after Clifford accidentally spreads paw prints over Emily Elizabeth's art-fair painting. In "Hup Hup," Clifford makes friends with a guide dog who opens his eyes to balancing playtime and work responsibilities. Clifford fans will delight in learning along with TV's largest canine in his pre-gargantuan puppy years. Henry Winkler playfully voices Norville the bird.

Product Details

Release Date:
04/20/2004
UPC:
0012236144939
Rating:
NR
Source:
Lions Gate
Region Code:
1
Time:
1:30:00

Special Features

Closed Caption; Kid-friendly direct-play DVD; Ideas to Grow On; Real-Life Doggie Friends

Scene Index

Side #1 --
2. Keeping Cool [10:58]
3. Socks and Snooze [10:59]
4. The Monster in 3B [10:59]
5. Cat-tastrophe [12:20]
2. Jorge and the Dog Run [10:59]
3. Clifford's Club House [10:59]
4. Paw Print Picasso [10:58]
5. Hup Hup [12:19]

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