The Super Snoopers: Vol 1

DVD Release: February 1, 2010
The Super Snoopers: Vol 1
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Synopsis

“The Super Snoopers” inspires children to become “truth sleuths” by asking God for help and applying Bible-based solutions to everyday problems. Join detectives Burt and Squirt Snooper, the hilarious Professor Noodle and the Piccadilly Kids as they embark on a mission to locate a specific antidote from the Scriptures.

Episode 1: A Case for Kindness – Mr. Poutndoubt sends the mean Mr. Tim to disrupt the seaside town of Wellsley with unkindness. In order to break the spirit of the town, Mr. Tim puts the townspeople under a spell where they begin to fight each other. Before it’s too late, the Super Snoopers must confront MR. Poutndoubt’s surprise attack and restore the town with love.

Episode 2: The Strange Case of Dr. Heckle – Mr Poutndoubt is at it again! This time, he sends Dr. Heckle from his Blooper Battalion to make the fine citizens of Wellsley boast about their accomplishments, instead of being humble and kind to one another. Now, the Super Snoopers must figure out how to save the townspeople and themselves from this unbearable pride.

Dove Review

Dr. Poutndoubt along withhis evil characters try to put his mean and nasty ways into practice. But our zany super detectives, Burt and Squirt along with their frind the Professor Noodle and the kids are on the case to foil any of PoutnDoubt’d evil plans. By defining the problem our Snoopers find the book chapter and verse in the Bible that will help solve the crime.

Dealing how you should treat the people with kindness in episode 1 and Episode 2 shows the effect of bragging and boasting about your self accomplishments instead of being humble. We are proud to award The Super Snoopers with the Dove “Family-Approved” seal for all ages.

Content Description

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

Info

Company: Bridgestone Multimedia Group
Writer: Jon Nappa
Producer: Jon Nappa
Genre: Children
Runtime: 60 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe