Veggie Tales: Lyle the Kindly Viking - A Lesson in Sharing

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In the Veggie Tales series, the adventures of animated vegetables (including such popular characters as Larry the Cucumber, Archibald Asparagus, Junior Asparagus, the French Peas, and Bob the Tomato) deliver ethical and moral messages to children in an entertaining way. The importance of sharing is the theme of this 15th installment, in which Junior Asparagus stars as "Lyle the Kindly Viking." The video also includes a version of Shakespeare's Hamlet, entitled "Omelet." Larry the Cucumber does a "High Silk Hat" ...
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In the Veggie Tales series, the adventures of animated vegetables (including such popular characters as Larry the Cucumber, Archibald Asparagus, Junior Asparagus, the French Peas, and Bob the Tomato) deliver ethical and moral messages to children in an entertaining way. The importance of sharing is the theme of this 15th installment, in which Junior Asparagus stars as "Lyle the Kindly Viking." The video also includes a version of Shakespeare's Hamlet, entitled "Omelet." Larry the Cucumber does a "High Silk Hat" routine in the style of great American musicals, and leads the audience in song. ~ Alice Duncan
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Barnes & Noble - Donald Liebenson
Here's more tasty food for thought from this groundbreaking computer-animated series that serves up "Sunday morning values" amid "Saturday morning fun." In what Archibald the Asparagus describes as a "cultural tour de force of veggie programming," this tape features two stories and one silly -- make that "classy" -- song about sharing. "Omlelet" scrambles Shakespeare's Hamlet in a delightful way, introducing an egg-hoarding prince who eventually learns to share with his starving people. In the title program, "Lyle the Kindly Viking," sweet Lyle eschews the pillaging traditions of his ancestors in favor of sharing and making friends.
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  • Release Date: 3/27/2001
  • UPC: 820410701799
  • Original Release: 2001
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  • Source: Big Idea
  • Format: DVD

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    I laughed the entire time

    I loved this show. As a Christian, a slightly immature teenager, and a drama girl this show was for me. First and foremost this show brings out Biblical truths and the fact that ''God made you special and He loves you very much.'' People need to hear this. I know this show is mostly for little kids, but I love it. My friends love it. The ADULTS in my family love it. It is for everybody who is still a kid somewhere deep down. Also anyone who likes shakespeare or musicals would get an extra kick out of this particular episode. It is hiliarious. I especially like Mr. Lunt as Ophilia. He he.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A ''Tour de Force'' of Veggie Programming

    Big Idea did a good job on this video. Archibald is the host for this show. He first tries to have the first all vegetable staging of Shakespear's ''Hamlet'', but the French Peas get the script for ''Omlet'' instead. Then Archy gets Gilbert and Sullivan's lost musical ''Lyle the KIndly Viking'', a musical pop-up book. This musical will have everybody singing and laughing.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Good For Children

    I found that a very good for Child. But I found it is not available in HOng Kong which make me disappointed.

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