In Search of the Mighty Reptar

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Barnes & Noble - Moira McCormick
Those irrepressible, malaprop-spouting babies are at it again, tearing off on all kinds of adventures right under the noses of their overprotective yet somehow blissfully oblivious parents. This new audio offering contains a pair of stories centering on the Rugrats' favorite dinosaur character, Reptar. In "Reptar on Ice," Tommy, Chuckie, and Phil 'n' Lil find a real live lizard in the yard, which they're convinced is none other than Baby Reptar. Through a typically amusing series of events, the tots wind up in the middle of a skating extravaganza featuring Reptar himself, and go to great lengths to reunite big lizard and small. In "Journey to the Center of the ...
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Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - Moira McCormick
Those irrepressible, malaprop-spouting babies are at it again, tearing off on all kinds of adventures right under the noses of their overprotective yet somehow blissfully oblivious parents. This new audio offering contains a pair of stories centering on the Rugrats' favorite dinosaur character, Reptar. In "Reptar on Ice," Tommy, Chuckie, and Phil 'n' Lil find a real live lizard in the yard, which they're convinced is none other than Baby Reptar. Through a typically amusing series of events, the tots wind up in the middle of a skating extravaganza featuring Reptar himself, and go to great lengths to reunite big lizard and small. In "Journey to the Center of the Basement," Chuckie's Reptar Jr. toy is mistakenly bundled into the basement by his dad, and the babies set off to rescue the little fella - fending off such unspeakable terrors as Mole Peoples (mice) and an avalanche (of dirty clothes.) IN SEARCH OF THE MIGHTY REPTAR makes mighty good car fare, particularly for those 40-minute jaunts from suburbs to city - your kids will be able to hear the whole thing, and as is always the case with Rugrats, you'll be chuckling along yourself.
All Music Guide - Stephen Thomas Erlewine
In Search of the Mighty Reptar contains two complete Rugrats stories -- "Journey to the Center of the Basement" and "Reptar on Ice" -- that are performed on the record and included in script form in the liner notes, along with the lyrics to the songs. Both of the stories have also been animated for the television show ("Journey to the Center of the Basement" will air in fall of 1998) and are typically clever, funny, enlightening and entertaining, and make for an ideal children's record.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 8/3/1999
  • Label: Rhino
  • UPC: 081227298043
  • Catalog Number: 72980

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Rugrats Primary Artist
Mark Mothersbaugh Voices
E.G. Daily Voices
Michael Bell Voices
John Schuck Voices
Gregg Berger Voices
Melanie Chartoff Voices
Jack Riley Voices
Kath Soucie Voices
Christine Cavanaugh Voices
Technical Credits
Phil Baron Executive Producer
Craig Bartock Producer
Matt Oppenheimer Producer
Kevin Thomsen Adaptation
Gabor Csupo Creation
Arlene Klasky Creation
Scott Gray Adaptation
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