The Wheels on the Bus: Mangos Big Dog Parade

Theatrical Release: January 22, 2008
DVD Release: January 22, 2008
The Wheels on the Bus: Mangos Big Dog Parade
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Synopsis

“The Wheels on the Bus: Mango’s Big Dog Parade” teaches children the key socialization skills of taking turns and getting along. This high-energy musical adventure features Roger Daltrey of The Who as the voice of Argon the Dragon, the driver of the bus. Daltrey sings “The Wheels on the Bus” along with four brand new songs by composer Laura Hall. The story is about a little dog named Woof who messes around and misses his ride to the Big Dog Parade. Mango and the rest of the “Wheels on the Bus” friends give Woof a ride and help him get to the parade on time. Along the way they tune up the bus in Joe’s Garage and learn how to get along from some fairies they meet in an enchanted forest!

Dove Review

“The Wheels on the Bus: Mango’s Big Dog Parade” is a fun-filled film of songs, and children and adults helping each other. This film will teach your child some great lessons like taking turns, taking care of yourself and eating healthy. The film uses animation mixed with real people and puppets, and it provides great variety and lots of movement to engage your child. This film is awarded the Dove “Family-Approved” Seal for family-friendly viewing for all ages.

Content Description

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Drugs: None
Nudity: None
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Info

Company: Our Happy Child Prod.
Genre: Children
Runtime: 45 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Debbie Satala