Shaun The Sheep: Party Animals (Review)

Lionsgate and HIT Entertainment are proud to announce the release of
Shaun the Sheep
Available On DVD 
 September 7, 2010
There’s no disguising the fun with Shaun the Sheep and his barnyard buddies in this party-fest of wild antics from the Oscar®-winning creators of “Wallace and Gromit™”. The farm is once again party central as Shaun, Bitzer, Timmy and those Naughty Pigs cause all sorts of mayhem, from flying cue balls and pillow fights to nights of disguise and intrigue. Grab your invitation to laughter for some sheep-herding mayhem that’s sure to rock the flock!
Episodes include:

■”Party Animals” – The farmer throws a costume party for his birthday. When Bitzer loses all the invitations, Shaun saves the day again. Disguised in their own ingenious costumes, the sheep stand in as the guests. But can they fool the Farmer into believing he is surrounded by his friends?
■”Double Trouble” – A bored Shaun dresses up as the Farmer to entertain the flock. Realizing he now has the power to boss Bitzer around; Shaun takes the opportunity to throw a party for the flock. All goes according to plan until Bitzer puts two and two together. Then Shaun encounters the real Farmer…
■”Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow” – The Farmer is preparing for a date! He wants to look his best so it’s time to dust off his prized hairpiece. Shaun can’t resist trying the wig on but loses it while showing off to the flock. The race is on as Shaun and Bitzer try to return the wig in time for the Farmer’s big night.
■”Pig Swill Fly” – The farm is looking spotless and everyone is on their best behavior when the dreaded farm inspector pays a visit. While the Inspector checks out the inside of the farmhouse, war breaks out in the field between the sheep and the pigs. Can Bitzer prevent the Inspector from noticing as the chaos escalates outside?
■”Operation Pidsley” – While the Farmer is away, the sheep sneak into the farmhouse for a party. But when Pidsley snaps a photograph of the fun and games, Shaun and Bitzer need to catch the malicious cat before he can show the incriminating evidence to the Farmer.
■”Shaun Goes Potty” – The farm receives a delivery of a brand new pool table. Before the Farmer can take it indoors, Bitzer and the flock have a game with disastrous consequences. They must repair the damage before the Farmer finds out!
■”Pig Trouble” – When Bitzer injures his foot and can’t work, the Farmer chooses the pigs to take over his role. The power crazy pigs take the opportunity to turn the farm into a porky paradise – at the sheep’s expense. Bitzer tries in vain to warn his master what is going on behind his back, but it’s Shaun who steps in and restores the status quo.

■Timmy’s Tune
■Building A Pig

Mom’s Opinion” In our house we love these adorable barnyard animals! We were all so excited to get a sneak peak of Saun the Sheep: Party Animals. We were excited to see what adventures these crazy animals whould have this time. Shaun in the leader of the flock. I love that this animation is dialoge free. These fearless barnyard animals do not say a word. The shows are filled with grunts, laughs, sighs and all kids of sounds but NO WORDS! I think this makes it even finnier! It amazed me how even with no words my 4 year old know exactly what is happening through their expressions and sounds. I love this is a “kids” show that parents love too! There were several moments that I laughed out loud. Shaun the Sheep:Party Animals is a wonderful movie!

Shaun the Sheep: Party Animals coming to DVD, Digital Download and On Demand September 7, 2010 from Lionsgate and HIT Entertainment. Shaun the Sheep is the second fastest growing children’s brand (Source Nielsen) and each DVD outsells the last. Five minute shorts of the series currently air in the U.S. on the Disney Channel, but full-length episodes are only available on these three formats.

You can buy online at Amazon or check your local movie or toy retailer for $14.98  starting September 7 2010.

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2 Responses to Shaun The Sheep: Party Animals (Review)

  1. Misty says:

    I love "Shaun the Sheep!" My children like it, but I'm the one cracking up while trying to pretend that I'm busy doing other things!

  2. Misty says:

    I love "Shaun the Sheep!" My children like it, but I'm the one cracking up while trying to pretend that I'm busy doing other things!

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