An All-American version of the famous fairytale. Cindy Lou lives on a ranch, where she's learned to feed the pigs, sweep the barn and spin a rope. Instead of a Fairy Godmother, she relies on the help of a Native American spirit guide. And instead of dancing at the Prince's Ball, she competes in a rodeo on a wild bull named Toro the Great!
This tongue twister of a title refers to all the ghosts and gremlins who come out on Halloween night to celebrate with lots of tricky spirit...and nothing scary. A witch and her marching broomsticks, a skeleton whose bones fly apart, a wizard with elastic legs, a dancing scarecrow and a flying pumpkin are all part of the festivities.
Karaghiozis, troublemaker extraordinaire, has taken a job in a bakery owned by his friend Hatziavatis. Left by himself to run the business, he encounters one comical disaster after another as customer demands, a fiery oven and even a stray cat cause problems. This traditional Greek shadow puppet theater performance is a cultural treasure.
Marionettes - string puppets - are the stars of this seasonal variety show. A lively musical score provides the accompaniment for acrobatic elves, a dancing snowman, parading penguins, toys come to life, and the Snow Queen herself, who stir up winter holiday cheer that is fun for all ages.
Aesop's Fables are universally known for the lessons they teach and the colorful characters that they feature. The Fox and the Grapes is one of the most well known. Poor Mr. Fox would love to get his paws on a bunch of grapes that are hanging just out reach. Frustration mounts, and though the Crow tries to help, there is a moral to the story.
Master of Ceremonies, grasshopper Bugsby Berkeley, heads a cast of all-star insects who perform in the craziest Vaudeville show ever! Acrobatic ants, jumping fleas, tap-dancing spiders, cavorting caterpillars...even a butterfly beauty pageant are all part of the fun in this supersized, imaginative close-up look at some of nature's wonders.