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VeggieTales - Then to Now

Updated on August 27, 2017
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A little history - I first learned about VeggieTales from a friend of mine. Funny he was not married nor did he have kids. But he did have all of the current shows on VHS. So after finding them we too got the first six on VHS. Since then every one we have acquired has been on DVD. And to be honest we have not gotten every one that has come out. Sorry Bob and Larry we missed a few. But that is why I found this connection to share with the world. There is a good possibility that it will soon be added to our collection so that we also will have a complete collection. Yes world this is on my wish list.

The first is a 10 disc set containing all the episodes from 1993 through 1999. To have that many shows in one place is a great thing to add to your collection. At this point we have one shelf that is just for VeggieTales. This boxed set would help reduce that space and yet give us more than we have now. Not to mention the ability to once again watch those shows that we only have on VHS.

One thing that I really enjoy about our current DVD's are the bonus features. Specifically the background images that are sometimes available. In fact there is one that came with the Tomato Sawyer & Huckleberry Larry - Big River Rescue that I would use as a background on the MAC at my desk during tax season. It made people wonder what I was up to. And it gave me a great way to share about God and VeggieTales and what both could do for people. Amazing how just one picture can open many doors for a person. And for those of you that don't know what I am talking about in this episode Bob the Tomato was setting up a tax preparation business.

The Wrap-up - So you see even though when you first look at this boxed set you may think it would be great for kids and we don't have any. You maybe greatly mistaken. As you can tell with what I have shared there are several ways these can reach out to adults as well as kids. On one side they are a great learning aid. On another they are great for the entertainment value. Either way you look at it these are a great collection to have, share and enjoy with those around you.

Veggie Tales

Sunday Morning Values Saturday Morning Fun

since 1993

Yes there is always room for more Veggies in your diet. In this case here are the first two sets of videos collections.

And now for the two that will get you from 1993 thru 2005

Veggietales: All the Shows, Vol. 1, 1993-1999
Veggietales: All the Shows, Vol. 1, 1993-1999

Its been interesting watching the animators develop in the 90's. To first bring these characters to life and then slowly tweak their work.

 
Veggie Tales: All the Shows: Vol. 2
Veggie Tales: All the Shows: Vol. 2

Volume 2 contains the 2000 - 2005 episodes of the VeggieTales videos for you and your family to enjoy. And like the first set this also contains 10 disks for your collection.

 

There are a lot of songs and music that have been shared in Veggie Tales. But there are three that I have enjoyed more than the others. And here they are for you to also enjoy.

The Bunny Song - There are actually two versions of this song. However the original is still the best.

Oh No What We Gonna Do - A nice duet.

My Baby Elf - Silly songs with elves.

Veggies are usually a side dish. But not in this case. They are the main course. And like them your comments can also be a head liner here.

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      PaigSr 3 years ago from State of Confussion

      @seahorse60: Glad to have presented something new to your family. I hope they are all able to enjoy Veggie Tales together.

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      seahorse60 3 years ago

      I hadn't heard of the VeggieTales but I'm sure my granddaughter would love them, she likes to sing along and dance to TV shows. I like kids shows that are also entertaining for adults, the whole family can have fun together. Thanks for introducing me to the VeggieTales!

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      PaigSr 4 years ago from State of Confussion

      @mojoCNYartist: Trust me I know how that feels.

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      Dan 4 years ago from CNY

      My older sons used to enjoy watching these, and they used to sing the songs all the time.