Chris and Martin Kratt are brothers who explore the wild throughout the world to learn more about animals and share conservation information. They have three friends who travel in the ... See full summary »
An animated comedy adventure series that follows 13-year-old Milo Murphy, the fictional great-great-great-great grandson of the Murphy's Law namesake. Additionally, Dakota and Cavendish come from the future to prevent pistachio extinction.
Halloween is almost here and George can't wait for the festivities to begin: carving pumpkins, costume contests, and especially the Annual Boo Festival. Eager to get the festivities started, George and Allie visit Renkins' Farm to pick out the perfect pumpkin. There, they are told the spooky tale of the Legend of No Noggin. As the story goes, No Noggin is a hat-kicking scarecrow who appears on Halloween to kick people's hats off. On Halloween night, George and Allie are determined to get a picture of No Noggin and prove he's real once and for all. Will they be able to get the proof? Only the curious will find out!Written by
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The old tree that No Noggin stood beside in the time of Bill's great-great-uncle Herbert Nenninger's farm is now in the yard of George's country house, but it was already established in season 1, episode 9, that the tree is much younger and was only planted by Bouncy Squirrel, Jumpy's grandfather, when the Man in the Yellow Hat was a boy. See more »
My son fell in love with Curious George when he was 4 and us in love with the show now. This is his favorite movie of the George series: it's easy for children shows' Halloween specials to scare a 4 year old kid, especially if he's not been exposed to a lot of adult shows or news (my son mostly hasn't, and definitely hadn't when he was 4 two years ago). This special didn't scare him at all, even if he did get that Halloween is about being scared a little. As usual it was sweet, educational, and funny (some lines from the movie being endlessly repeated by my son for a week was the "bad" part, maybe). We still watch this any time it's on. I highly recommend this to parents and children.
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