The Wild Thornberrys Review: Season One The Wild Thornberrys Review: Season One

The Wild Thornberrys Review: Season One

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The Wild Thornberrys: Season 1

The hit series follows the Thornberry family as they travel the world in their Communications Vehicle (or CommVee) looking for rare animals to film. After an encounter with an African shaman, their youngest child Eliza was given the power to speak to animals! Every episode in this adventure-packed DVD set follows Eliza as she comes face-to-face with an assortment of animals, continents, and danger. Encounter wildlife in all its natural glory and eavesdrop on Eliza’s conversations with silverback gorillas, pythons, crested grebes, tapirs, capybaras, antelopes, and opossums while the CommVee travels on!

Vibrant animation, exotic locations, charming storytelling plus an all-star voice cast, including Lacey Chabert (Party Of Five), Tim Curry (The Adventures Of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius) and Flea (The Red Hot Chili Peppers) make season one of The Wild Thornberrys an epic family adventure. Featuring all 20 action-packed episodes, the collectible 4-DVD box set is priced to own at a suggested retail price of $29.93 and will no doubt attract a new audience of kids as well as young adults who grew up watching the television series.

The Wild Thornberrys: Season 1

I was actually excited to receive a review copy of this. I remember watching it with my son when he was little, the series premiered on September 1998 and aired until 2004. He liked watching it because of all the animals. Watching them again, it really is a funny show, with all the mischief that the kids get into. All my boys liked watching these cartoons.

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From Nickelodeon: The release of these DVDs is part of Nickelodeon’s commitment to bring back classic shows. Nickelodeon will also launch a new nighttime programming block this fall on TeenNick called “The ‘90s Are All That!,” featuring a rotating selection of iconic live-action and animated shows from Nickelodeon’s 1990s.

The Wild Thornberrys: Season 1

I can’t wait to see what other great shows they will be bringing back. I love to have my kids see all the shows that I loved!

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