The Wubbulous World of Dr. Seuss: The Cats Musical Tales

DVD Release: October 1, 2007
The Wubbulous World of Dr. Seuss: The Cats Musical Tales


THE SOUNDS ALL AROUND: In the Cat’s Playhouse, Terrence has a nasty case of the hiccups…what to do? In the Wubbulous World, Sarah Hall-Small has a hard time choosing what instrument she wants to play in the Seussville band. And when Horton and Morton go exploring in the jungle, Morton learns that scary sounds aren’t always scary things. HORTON HAS A HIT: When Yertle hears Horton singing a lullaby to Morton, he knows that Horton has what it takes to make it to the top (and to take Yertle with him). Horton must leave the suddenly-popular Morton in the care of his Uncle Norton as he goes on tour. Is all of the fame and fortune worth it? GRINCH MEETS HIS MAX/HALFWAY HOME TO MALAMAROO, THE: The Cat in the Hat has left Little Cats A, B, and C alone with a nifty storytelling machine, and when they insert a backscratcher, they hear the story of how the Grinch and his dog Max came to be friends. When they insert a half-eaten cake, they are told the story of Alvin, an alien from Malamaroo. Alvin is as sweet as can be, but he drives Jane, Junior, and Thidwick crazy when he never finishes what he starts — including his trip home!

Dove Review

This fabulous DVD brings many of the wonderful Dr. Seuss characters to life as they sing, dance and tell stories that kids young and old will enjoy. This was an easy watch as it is packed with bright colors, active puppet characters, catchy songs and wonderful computer graphics.

My children were captivated and I had no qualms about them watching this DVD as the content is squeaky clean. My husband even made the comment that this was one of the best all-around children’s DVDs he has seen! “The Wubbulous World of Dr. Seuss: The Cat’s Musical Tales” easily earns the Dove Seal for family-friendly viewing.

Content Description

Faith: None
Violence: None
Sex: None
Language: None
Violence: None
Drugs: None
Nudity: None
Other: None


Company: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
Genre: Children
Runtime: 73 min.
Starring: Henson Puppets
Reviewer: Sarah Bennor