CHUGGINGTON: BREWSTER LEADS THE WAY

  FROM THE BACK OF THE BOX: Everyone’s favorite blue and yellow chugger is making tracks on his very own DVD! In these six traintastic episodes plus Chugger Spotlights,...
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FROM THE BACK OF THE BOX:

Everyone’s favorite blue and yellow chugger is making tracks on his very own DVD! In these six traintastic episodes plus Chugger Spotlights, a Bonus Badge Quest Episode, and a new music video – Brewster starts the digging of a new tunnel, saves new chuggineers Zack, Tyne and Fletch from a flash flood caused by a bursting river, and pitches in to fix Old Puffer Pete. And with friends like Wilson and Koko along for the ride, Brewster and your own little chuggers will discover the importance of helping others and working together as they ride the rails and honk their horns!

FROM THE BACK OF MY BRAIN:

“Chuggington: Brewster Leads the Way” is a compilation of six episodes running slightly over an hour. They stop floods, help out friends and indulge in teamwork. Never at anytime do they discover a taste of human blood and begin killing. That would be “Maximum Overdrive” and that was a great movie. This is a show meant to entertain your Pre-K kids.

Chuggington is what it is. Most of the reviews feel odd, because I’m not sure if I’m supposed to talk about how the Chuggington crew did the same stuff they were expected to do. Honestly, these are nothing more than extended advertisements for reader parents to remember that there’s a new thing to shut their kids up for an hour. I do this for you people. I am soon to join your ranks and I wish that you remember my efforts.

The DVD comes with a bonus toy train, extra episode, DVD-ROM style activities and a character montage. The A/V Quality is on par with past Chuggington releases. That being said, the Dolby track was loud enough for any kid. I just wish the transfer was a little cleaner. Still, it works for parents of young kids.

RELEASE DATE: 02/11/2014

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