“The Backyardigans: We Arrrr Pirates!” DVD
On March 8th, Nickelodeon and Paramount Home Entertainment released The Backyardigans: We Arrrr Pirates on DVD! My boys love watching The Backyardigans and I have to admit that I often find myself watching (and sometimes even singing) along with them. You can purchase The Backyardigans: We Arrrr Pirates on DVD online and in stores, retailing for $16.99.
In every episode of The Backyardigans, five high-spirited neighbors meet in their adjoining backyards and use their imaginations to transform themselves into different locations for epic adventures. Each half-hour episode of this Emmy Award-winning show features a unique music/dance genre with four original songs, along with real choreographed movements recreated in animation.
Captain Austin trains Uniqua and Pablo at Pirate Camp with garage-band music blasting. But training takes a turn for the worst when a fearsome ghost (Tasha) captures the great pirate captain.
Captain Uniqua and Captain Austin sail the high seas in search of treasure with reggae playing. If they don’t beat Captain Pablo and Captain Tyrone to it, they will have to walk the plank!
Sinbad Sails Alone
Set sail for adventure and mambo as Sinbad (Tyrone) encounters rough waters, Siren (Uniqua), and Medusa (Tasha)! The fate of the ship is in bumbling First Mate Pablo’s hands.
The Tale of the Not-So-Nice Dragon
The Not-So-Nice Dragon snatches up King Pablo and his Mighty Knights. Now it’s up to the Flighty Fairy (Tasha) and the Grabbing Goblin (Austin) to rescue them!
THE BACKYARDIGANS: WE ARRRR PIRATES FAST FACTS
Street Date: March 8, 2011
DVD SRP: $16.99
DVD Running Time: 98 Minutes
If your kids like pirates and like The Backyardigans, this is the perfect DVD to add to your collection! My boys loved watching the different pirate episodes and I actually enjoyed watching it with them as well. A big thanks goes to Nickelodeon and Paramount Home Entertainment for this review opportunity!
I received a copy of “The Backyardigans: We Arrrr Pirates” on DVD from Nickelodeon and Paramount Home Entertainment to facilitate this review. All opinions expressed in this post are 100% mine.