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Jellybean jungle. / When I grow up. What love is

Author: Pancho PaduraAngie O'DonnellAaron CimadevillaPaul Louis MullerJohn DriverAll authors
Publisher: [United States] : Double Diamond Entertainment, ©2002.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : EnglishView all editions and formats
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In program 1, When I grow up, Bosco is tired of having to go to bed at 8:00, washing his ears and eating his vegetables. He decides that he is going to skip being a kid, and go straight to adulthood. He encourages Gus Gorilla and Al the Gator to join him. When they are confronted with the responsibilities that come along with being a grown up, Al and Gus bail out. Michelle tells Bosco why parents don't allow
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Genre/Form: Drama
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Pancho Padura; Angie O'Donnell; Aaron Cimadevilla; Paul Louis Muller; John Driver; Tony Calvino
OCLC Number: 54456543
Language Note: English dialogue with English and Spanish subtitles.
Notes: Special features: 8 sing-a-long songs, interactive games, and weblinks.
Cast: Pancho Padura, Angie O'Donnell, Aaron Cimadevilla.
Target Audience: MPAA rating: not rated. Recommended ages 1-8.
Description: 1 videodisc (ca. 45 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD.
Other Titles: When I grow up.
What love is.
Jellybean jungle 1
Responsibility: script & songs by Paul Louis Muller ; directed by John Driver ; producer, Tony Calvino.

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In program 1, When I grow up, Bosco is tired of having to go to bed at 8:00, washing his ears and eating his vegetables. He decides that he is going to skip being a kid, and go straight to adulthood. He encourages Gus Gorilla and Al the Gator to join him. When they are confronted with the responsibilities that come along with being a grown up, Al and Gus bail out. Michelle tells Bosco why parents don't allow children to do certain things. He realizes that his parents love him after all, and continues to enjoy being a little boy mouse.

Program 2, What love is, A secret admirer is sending Jessica Giraffe wonderful gifts. We learn that this secret admirer, with a nose for romance, is none other than Duddlington the Elephant. It seems that Duddlington has confused Jessica's friendship with a different kind of love. She explains the difference of "friendship" love and "Mommy and Daddy" love.

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