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Abe and the Amazing Promise:

Bob the Tomato tries to bring the Bible story of Abraham and Sarah and their wait for a promised son to life, but when spitting camels and a film crew of zany French peas get involved, everyone’s patience is tested! Can Bob pull everything together in time to teach a lesson? Whether they’re waiting on a promise from God or cookies from mom, kids will learn that while being patient is never easy, the reward is always worth the wait!

The Ballad of Little Joe:

You’ve heard the story of Joseph and his coat of many colors before, but we reckon you’ve never heard it told as a Western... until now! Join Little Joe (Larry the Cucumber) and his rootin’ tootin’ French pea brothers on an adventure that will take them from an abandoned mineshaft all the way to Dodge Ball City—with Little Joe’s faith being tested every step of the way. It’s a Wild West adventure that teaches kids to keep the faith when facing hardship because, in the end, God can work all things out for good.

Moe and the Big Exit:

Moe is a good-natured cowboy living high on the hog out in Dodgeball City while his kinfolk are hard at work digging the Grand Canyon. Upset by the way his family is treated; Moe stands up to the zucchini foreman and sends him up the river. Feeling poorly about his actions, Moe heads for the hills . He eventually returns to Dodgeball City and tells the mayor to "let my people go!" The heartless mayor refuses, and a heap of trouble comes to town. With God’s strength and direction, Moe helps free his people from their bondage in Dodgeball City once and for all.

Josh and the Big Wall:

After forty years of wandering in the desert, the children of Israel finally get to go to the Promised Land! Only one little thing they’ve overlooked . . . Jericho! Surrounded by large walls and bristling with annoying peas, Jericho is the only way to get to the Promised Land! But how? Joshua has God’s directions, but they sound kind of... well, weird . To make matters worse, some of the Veggies are cooking up a plan of their own! In the end, they have to decide whether it’s better to do things their way, or God’s way!

Gideon Tuba Warrior:

Gideon is the incredible story of a hero chosen by God to defend his people against an army of 30,000 excessively hairy pickles! However, the reluctant, tuba-playing Gideon is better trained at marching in formation than he is at marching into battle, but the angel insists that Gideon is the one God has chosen to protect his people. Accompanied by a mere six carrots and six peas, will Gideon be able to stand up against an army of thousands?

Duke and the Great Pie War:

When the armies of the empire of Rhubarb go to battle against the Kingdom of Scone, the Great Pie War breaks out and things get really messy. Sweet Petunia, a charming young rhubarb, is forced to flee her homeland and live in a tree stump in a foreign land . When the Duke learns of the Princess’ plight, he risks his life to help her and learns that true love means thinking of others first.

Dave and the Giant Pickle:

Ever felt like you were too little to do anything big? That’s how a little shepherd boy named Dave feels when his big brothers head off to defend their country, leaving him behind with the sheep. "Big people do big things, and little people do little things," they tell him. They’re in for a surprise, though, when they find out their foe is much bigger than they thought! In this hilarious re-telling of the classic Bible story of David and Goliath, kids learn that with God’s help, even little guys can do big things!

King George and the Ducky:

Once upon a time there lived a king who had a really neat castle and a lovely little kingdom . But unlike other kings, King George spent most of his time . . . in the bathtub! Why? Because that’s where he’d play with his favorite toy: his rubber ducky . But one ducky wasn’t enough for King George . He wanted all the duckies! Discover what happens when this cucumber king makes a huge mistake, deciding that the most important person in the world is himself! Can he learn to put others first before it’s too late? King George and kids will learn that when we are selfish, we hurt the people around us.

Esther…The Girl Who Became Queen:

The king needs a new queen, and a small town girl named Esther has been chosen! But when Esther wakes up with the weight of the world on her shoulders and the fate of her people in her hands, can she find the courage to do what’s right? Filled with drama, humor and great music, the story of Queen Esther teaches kids that you never need to be afraid to do what’s right!

Rack, Shack and Benny:

To celebrate the sale of two million chocolate bunnies, company president Nebby K. Nezzer announces that his workers may eat as many bunnies as they like! This sounds great, until three boys named Rack, Shack, and Benny remember that their parents taught them not to eat too much candy. By paralleling the biblical story of Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego and the fiery furnace, Rack, Shack, and Benny teaches kids how to resist peer pressure and stand up for what they believe in.

Where’s God When I’m S-Scared?

The story of "Daniel and the Lions’ Den," featured on Where’s God When I’m S-Scared?, takes us to ancient Babylon with a musical adaptation of the classic Bible story. Larry the Cucumber, playing the role of Daniel, finds himself in deep trouble, thanks to the king’s conniving wise men, a trio of slippery scallions. In the end, Daniel learns that even in the lions’ den, he is still in God’s care!

An Easter Carol:

Ebenezer Nezzer is out of control! Filling London with plastic Easter eggs, he’s on a rampage to make Easter "bigger than ever!" But just how hard can his mechanical chickens work before they’re... well, fried? In just one unforgettable day and night, Cavis and Millward (Bob and Larry) and a music box angel named Hope must convince Nezzer that Easter is about more than just candy and eggs. Inspired by Dickens’ Christmas classic, this very special VeggieTales film explains why millions of Christians around the world celebrate Easter past, present and future.

The Star of Christmas:

It’s 1880’s London, and Cavis Appythart and Millward Phelps (Bob and Larry) are putting together the finishing touches on their first Christmas musical–"The Princess and the Plumber ." Filled with spectacle and more electric lights than London has ever seen, Cavis is convinced his impressive show will "teach London to love." Unfortunately, a church Christmas pageant staged by little Edmund Gilbert (Junior Asparagus) is opening the same night, right down the street and features the "Star of Christmas"–a priceless artifact that hasn’t been seen in almost eighty years!

Are You My Neighbor?

The parable of The Good Samaritan comes to life in "The Story of Flibber-o-loo," the feature story in Are You My Neighbor? The two make- believe towns of Flibber-o-loo and Jibberty-lot are feuding because each town is a little different. Flibbians like to wear shoes on their heads, and Jibberty-lots like to wear pots on their heads . In the end, the citizens of both towns work out their differences because of asparagus who knows that the loving act of one little God wants us to love one another, regardless of our differences . Through rhyme and song, kids learn that loving your neighbor means helping those in need—even if they don’t live next door!

The Wonderful Wizard of Ha’s:

Meet Darby, the son of Ha’s"—an amusement park with a mysterious wizard who promises to make his dreams come true—Darby is determined to go. But when his father tells him he’s needed to help with the harvest, Darby decides that nothing is going to stop him, and he makes a choice that will change his life forever. With his pet dog Tutu by his side, Darby flees the farm and sets off to find the wonderful "Land of Ha’s." Along the way he meets a bored scarecrow, a tin man who wants to ride a roller coaster, and a lion that craves cotton candy. Each with their own dreams, they set off to see the wizard. This prodigal-son- like adventure reminds kids everywhere that there’s no place like home.

Minnesota Cuke & the Search for Noah’s Umbrella:

Larry the Cucumber is Minnesota Cuke, a children’s museum curator and part-time detective hired to find the famous Noah’s Ark. But his search gets complicated when he learns of Noah’s mysterious and powerful umbrella…and a clever villain who wants it for his own selfish gain! Will Minnesota find the confidence to continue the search, face the villain and protect the umbrella – or will all hope of finding the ark be washed away for good?

Minnesota Cuke & the Search for Samson’s Hairbrush:

Larry the Cucumber is Minnesota Cuke, a children’s museum curator and part-time adventurist hired to secure Samson’s lost hairbrush before its purported powers are used to carry out a harebrained scheme to control both sides of Niagara Falls. Could this preposterous plot be the dirty work of Minnesota’s long-time nemesis Professor Rattan? In this hair-raising, trans- global adventure, the award-winning story tellers at Big Idea take you from Moose Lake to Malta in an exciting VeggieTales episode that reminds us that God wants us to be courageous when facing bullies.

LarryBoy and the Bad Apple

Something is rotten in the peaceful town of Bumblyburg! The Bad Apple has dropped onto the scene and is trying to take control of the town by making all of its citizens give in to their greatest temptations . Everyone is in danger including Mayor Blueberry, Reporter Petunia, Butler Alfred— even the town’s fearless defender, LarryBoy! Will the good people of Bumblyburg be able to resist the Bad Apple’s clever tricks? Can LarryBoy see through this sour plot and save the day? LarryBoy and the Bad Apple teaches kids that we can’t fight temptation on our own— we need God’s help and the help of our friends.

God Wants Me To Forgive Them?!?

contains two fully-animated stories that teach children a biblical perspective on forgiveness . "The Grapes of Wrath" What do you get when a bunch of very cranky grapes make fun of Junior Asparagus? One sad asparagus and one big problem . Can Junior’s dad show the grapes the error of their ways? Will Junior ever be able to forgive them? Does anybody know what seventy times seven equals? Learn the answers to these questions and more as Larry the Cucumber tells the story of "The Grapes of Wrath!"

"Larry’s Lagoon" A three-hour boat tour takes a turn for the worse when First Mate Larry absentmindedly crashes into an uncharted tropical island! Can Skipper Bob and the passengers possibly forgive Larry for making such a huge blunder? While the professor discovers how many contraptions can be built out of bamboo and coconuts, the others discover the real reasons God wants us to forgive.

Sheerluck Holmes and the Golden Ruler:

In this nail-biting VeggieTales’ mystery, Larry the Cucumber plays detective–dynamo Sheerluck Holmes and Bob the Tomato his venerable sidekick, Dr. Watson. Together their superlative powers of observation and forensic fortitude can solve any crime. But because Sheerluck takes all the credit for the pair’s sleuthing savvy, the missing Golden Ruler— the most valuable and prized treasure in all of Buckingham Palace—may never be recovered. Find out how Sheerluck discovers the meaning of the all-important Golden Rule in time to rescue the ruler and save his friendship with Dr. Watson.

The Toy That Saved Christmas:

Appearing in his own TV commercials, unscrupulous toy maker, Wally P. Nezzer, has convinced all of Dinkletown that "Christmas is when you get stuff!" With the town’s children begging for more toys, it’s sure to be the worst Christmas ever . . . until one brave little Buzz-Saw Louie doll decides to take matters into his own hands. With a little help from Grandpa George and a surprise for Mr. Nezzer at the end of the show, The Toy That Saved Christmas reminds children of all ages that "Christmas isn’t about getting; it’s about giving."

Tomato Sawyer & Huckleberry Larry’s Big River Rescue:

Huckleberry Larry and Tomato Sawyer are two friends homesteading on the banks of the Mississippi River. Only three days shy of permanently owning their land, they are soon brought into an unexpected adventure. Little Jimmy, once a famous singer with his Mama Belle, has been falsely convicted of a major turkey-jerky heist and has set off to find freedom and his Mama at the fair in St. Louie. In desperate need of help, Jim happens along the homesteading site of Huck and Tom. While Huck wants to help Jim find his Mama in St. Louie, Tom reminds him that they will.

Sumo of the Opera:

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN! Big Idea welcomes you to the ultimate Veggie event as The Italian Scallion takes on Apollo Gourd for the World Veggie-Weight Title! As the Italian Scallion, Larry is a joking pro wrestler who never manages to finish what he starts . But Larry finds that it’s no laughing matter when he lands in the ring with Apollo Gourd. Can Larry stick with it and finish the match? How does a cucumber look in wrestling gear anyway? In this zany tale of perseverance, Larry learns that when you finish what you start, you always come out a winner!

LarryBoy and the Rumor Weed:

Any rumors caught your ear lately? Junior Asparagus and Laura Carrot learn just how easily rumors get started when they accidentally launch a whopper about LarryBoy’s butler, Alfred. Before they know it, their little story is spreading all over Bumblyburg like a weed! Can LarryBoy stop the rumor before Alfred gets hurt? Can anyone stop the rumor before LarryBoy gets hurt?! In the end, the kids learn that God doesn’t want us to tell stories that can hurt. He wants us to spread nice words!

Lyle the Kindly Viking:

Oh, my! Determined to present something "classy" for a change, Archibald Asparagus has taken over VeggieTales! Assisted by those rascally French Peas, Archibald aims for new heights in "veggie programming" by attempting to produce the world premier of what he believes to be Gilbert and Sullivan’s lost musical—"Lyle, the Kindly Viking!" Of course, working with the French Peas as assistants is a recipe for disaster, and in the chaos and hilarity that ensues, Bob, Larry, and Junior all learn a great lesson about sharing . Archibald, on the other hand, mostly just learns to never again work withtheFrenchPeas . This hilarious VeggieTales musical adventure featuring Junior Asparagus as "Lyle, the Kingly Viking" teaches young and old alike that "sharing gets us more of what we really want...friends!"

A Snoodle’s Tale:

Welcome to Snoodleburg, home of the Snoodles...a curious folk who eat pancakes with noodles! In the tradition of the VeggieTales’ classic, "Flibber-o-loo," Bob the Tomato tells the touching story of a lovable little character named Snoodle Doo who is created with a set of wings and a backpack containing paints, a paintbrush, and a kazoo . He tries painting and flying, but feels worthless when he fails at both. After being ridiculed by the older Snoodles and concluding that he’s not really good at anything, Snoodle Doo decides to climb Mt. Ginches. When he reaches the top, he meets someone who gives him encouragement, confidence, and a purpose for living. Snoodle Doo’s story is a reminder that God sees how special and beautiful each of us is—and that’s just how we should see ourselves.

LarryBoy and the Fib from Outer Space:

"The name’s Fibrilious Minimus! But you can call me Fib." A little fib turns into a big problem for Junior Asparagus! With Dad’s favorite bowling plate in pieces, Junior is sure to be punished until a strange visitor advises him to cover his tracks with a little white lie . Dad buys the story, but Junior notices his new friend seems a little bigger now and a lot less cute! Lies have a way of growing—and it isn’t long before Junior’s "little fib" has grown into a 30-foot-tall monster, threatening to devour all of Bumblyburg! Only one person to call in a crisis like this: Bumblyburg’s own superhero, LarryBoy! But can anyone stop the Fib from Outer Space? This first LarryBoy adventure teachers kids that a lie can trap you, but the truth will set you free.

Madame Blueberry:

This is the story of a very "blue" berry. Why so blue? Madame Blueberry wants more stuff. She has everything she needs—good friends, plenty of food, a nice tree house to live in—but some of her friends have a lot more . Sound familiar? Spend a little time with Madame Blueberry and the rest of the Veggies and you’ll soon learn that "being greedy makes you grumpy...but a thankful heart is a happy heart!" Madame Blueberry teaches kids why God wants us to be thankful for what we have.

Jonah: A VeggieTales Movie:

Jonah conveys God’s will to the people of his time, but he hesitates when he is sent to preach to the inhabitants of Ninevah, an unpleasant crowd who slap each other around with fish . Rather than carry out God’s instructions, this prophetic messenger heads in the opposite direction and ends up on a very stormy sea . When the crew discovers that he is the cause of the tempest, he must walk the plank and ends up being fish food! There, in the belly of a whale, he learns that one of the best gifts you can give–or get–is a second chance.

The Ultimate Silly Song Countdown:

WARNING: THIS DISC CONTAINS HIGH DOSES OF EXTREME SILLINESS! The Pirates Who Don’t Do Anything—everyone’s favorite motivationally- challenged seafarers—have traded in their hammocks, chaise lounges and snooze buttons for a fully automated "Astonishing Contraption of Silliness" to tabulate the votes for your favorite Silly Song. Join the Pirates in this rollicking musical that answers the question on every Silly Song fan’s lips: "What is the silliest Silly Song of all time?"

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