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All the adventure, action and real life lessons you'd expect from the Veggietales characters as they reveal extraordinary powers of Super-Fun as 'The League of Incredible Vegetables'. In fast and funny faith building battel against the chilling Dr Flurry your fruitbowl favourites come to aid of Larry Boy on his latest escapade to defeat a new and fearsome opponent, Dr Flurry. If ever a vegetable had a cold, cold heart - even before going into the fridge, it's him. With his army of equally icy penguin minions he seeks to seal the whole of dwontown Bumblyburg in a blizzard of snow.
Who can stop him? Who can defrost Bumblyburg? Will Larry and his team of Incredible Vegetable super heroes (Bob, Petunia, Mr.Lunt and Junior) manage to put a stop to the coldness and overcome their fears to rescue their beloved home town? The answer is... no! Well not in their own strngth they won't, because they face an even more fearsome foe - their own fear!
Get this DVD Veggie tales adventure and discover how only faith in God is able to help your little ones conquer their fears and find the inner strength and real courage to face the world and unfreeze its hardended heart.
Running Time: approx 45 Minutes.
This DVD is Region 0, and will play on UK DVD players.
The League of Incredible Vegetables DVD by VeggieTales was published by Authentic in January 2013 and is our 4676th best seller. The ISBN for The League of Incredible Vegetables DVD is 5060256820888.
Oh! I do love VeggieTales and so do my grandchildren, though most think they are too old for them now. When I received this DVD by accident (I am now retired - again) I was delighted with the opportunity to review it.
At the first 'oompah' of the introduction I was smiling and little ones would soon be singing along with the familiar opening song.
Junior Asparagus is afraid of all sorts of things, but when it comes to an emergency he overcomes his fears to thwart the plans of the evil Dr Flurry, he acts quickly and prevents a nasty accident. As a reward he is recruited as a Junior member of the League of Incredible Vegetables, a formidable force with many incredible suits and vehicles to help them in their quest for the vital piece of equipment Dr Flurry has had his penguins steal from Bumblyburg museum. It is not till after Larry's Silly Song halfway through that we find how the league gets on. Not too well to start with, but when Junior puts his trust in God and loses all his fears, he saves the day and becomes a full member of the League. Hooray!
As good as ever - well worth purchasing!
Veggie Super Hero LarryBoy's Latest Adventure
Posted: Thursday, April 25th
It was bright and sunny day in Bumblyburg. When Doctor Flurry came to town. [How they managed not to get sued by McDonalds for that, I don’t know] “I’m about to freeze the whole of Bumblyburg.” [with predictably dreadful German accent] Madness! One Masked Cucumber stands tall – Lenny Boy [OK, stands short]. But against a ‘chilling’ [first on many dreadful puns] villain and his mighty penguin minions, one hero is not enough. “this is a problem too big for Lenny boy alone. But where does a hero go for help? I know just who to call…
The League of Incredible Vegetables:
S-Cape. [yes she’s got an ‘S’ on her cape… Get it?]
Thingamabob. [it wouldn’t be a Veggietale without him] and a super vehicle.
The always stylish, Vogue. [Advised that she should totally make her outfit white so she can hide in all of Dr Flurry’s snow. “I can’t,” she replies; “it’s after labour day.” - American social and fashion joke!]
And… Ricochet who at least feels brave and is… for a green vegetable.
But downtown Bumblyburg is under attack; will The League learn where to turn for help before the whole town is on ice? [OK, now I’m scared!] But the Bible tells us that we can put our trust in God. [Cue Silly Song with sensible message]
“Trust in God – not in my super suit? No: Trust in God.” – And not in ‘supper’ heroes [another bad pun, but there’s a worse one coming…] The League of Incredible Vegetables: They came, they thawed [told you so], they conquered. A lesson in facing fear from Veggietales. The League of Incredible Vegetables – Away!
What Viewers are saying:
"We are huge Veggie Tales fans and my kids loved this movie. My son is way into super heros but most movies aren't age appropriate and are too dark. This VeggiesTales is entertaining and fun for the whole family. Plus I love the God centered message! " - from other retailer review
"My daughter can't stop watching it. It does a good job of promoting positive values without taking itself too seriously." - from other retailer review
"If you're a VeggieTales fan then you'll love this newest effort. i can't give the story away as that may prevent the purchase and ruin the idea, but I will say Big idea still has a long way to go before they run out of big ideas. We truly enjoyed the movie and ensure you too will have a smile in store for the ones you watch it with as well. Another good job Bob!" - from other retailer review
"I would recommend this along with all of the other Veggie Tale movies. The Superheroes added a lot more for my young boys. The whole family found it entertaining. Another great Veggie Tale with a great message." - from other retailer review
Sometimes you really want to know just what’s going on inside the head of Veggie Tales creator, Phil Vischer. Whatever it is, the one thing you can be sure about is that it never stops. His mind is constantly creating new ideas, new characters and new adventures for his fruit and veg based heroes. If the output Phil’s mind could be connected to the electricity grid, there’d be enough energy to power a small ton, a whole street, surely… or just a house, OK but at least a fridge, maybe.
In this DVD Veggie Adventure, ‘The League of Incredible Vegetables’ Phil’s creations really are the heroes and heroines, as they struggle against a plot to refrigerate them all – permanently. Stealing his veggie villain’s name from a popular frozen dessert, Phil’s Dr Flurry – complete with quirky German accent, is about to freeze solid the whole of the sunny little town of Bumblyburg.
Part of Phil Vischer’s genius for creativity and originality is to steal it from others. Well, you could call it stealing, or could just call it repackaging or even recycling. A look at the featured video clip on this page will show you what I mean and why your children will love this high quality computer animated adventure with its strong themes of personal development, facing fear and finding courage.
Obviously the title is lifted from the comic book stories and from their recent remakes as big box office movies. The type face for title on the clip and on the DVD pack looks suspiciously like Disney’s ‘The Incredibles’, and the projected ‘Veggie’ sign reminds you of the ‘Bat Sign’ used to summon Batman to the aid of Gotham City. Petunia Rhubarb's apperance in the role of Vogue is Phil's fashion conscious take on the X-Men character, Rogue.The vehicles zooming your fruit and salad heroes through the streets of Bumblyburg look very like colourful repaints of the cars and bikes used by the cape crusader and his equally caped side kick.
Capes and costumes figure heavily on the four heroes of the tale while their nemesis, Dr Flurry shows all the necessary traits of a super-villain evil genius. Another borrowing here – Flurry is assisted in his dastardly plans by an army of penguins unmistakably similar to the loyal and laughably inept ‘minions’ of Gru in the animated feature, Despicable Me.
Veggietales more recent offerings work so well for children 3 to 6 (and up to 10 times that) because they have these recognisable themes and references. It makes them ‘mainstream’ and part of the total DVD and movie culture adults and children live in. Some of the references are clearly for grown ups to enjoy and children to grow into – just like the big studio CGI movies that Phil liberally borrows from.
And of course there’s the inevitable Veggie ‘Silly Song’. Though, as usual, there's nothing silly or trivial about the song’s content and message. It’s clear: However incredible, they can’t defeat Dr Flurry until they defeat their own fears. And to do that, they need their own super hero. Finding they need faith in a super God – not a super suit, your little ones will also discover how only faith in God helps you find the inner strength and real courage to face the world and unfreeze its hardened heart. – Les Ellison
Just who are The League of Incredible Vegetables? Well here they are with all their super skills, favourite heroes of their own, fears and fab vehicles!
• Name: Larry Boy
Super Ability: Super Suction Ears
Favourite Super Hero: The Green Lantern (we’re both green)
Greatest Fear: Popping Balloons
Super Vehicle: The LarryMobile
• Name: Thingamabob
Super Ability: Amazing with gadgets and doo-dads
Favourite Super Hero: Batman (he has cool gadgets too)
Greatest Fear: Monkeys
Super Vehicle: The Bobcycle
• Name: S-cape
Super Ability: Can get out of any situation – even work!
Favourite Super Hero: Superman (we both have an ‘S’ on our cape)
Greatest Fear: Missing out on a bargainSuper Vehicle: Jet pack
• Name: Ricochet
Super Ability: Turbobouncing
Favourite Super Hero: Underdog (he’s small, like me)
Greatest Fear: Pretty much everything
Super Vehicle: Jet-ski
And... The Cast of Characters:
• Bob the Tomato as Thingamabob
• Junior as Ricochet
• Mr. Lunt as S-Cape
• Petunia Rhubarb as Vogue
• Archibald as Alfred
• Dr. Flurry as himself
In this Veggietales take on superhero movies, Bob the Tomato and the League of Incredible Vegetables battle the icy genius, Dr Flurry, and his minion army of evil penguins. As the caped crusading fruit and veg fight to halt Dr Flurry’s plan to burry their town in freezing ice and snow, they find they have an even greater foe to face – their own fears. In this fun filled lesson of faith, your 3s to 8s learn that only God can help you find the inner strength and real courage to face the coldness of the world and unfreeze its hardened heart.
|Running Time||45 mins|
|Region||Region 0 (Region Free)|
|Author / Artist||VeggieTales|
|Publisher||Authentic (January 2013)|
|Recommended for Ages||from 3 years up to 8 years|
|Page last updated||7th May 2017|