Fraggle Rock DVD Review
Fraggle Rock is a colorful show featuring fuzzy, subterranean characters made by the famous puppet-maker, Jim Henson. Now all five seasons of the show are finally available all together in one DVD collection!
Fraggle Rock is a colorful show featuring fuzzy, subterranean characters made by the famous puppet-maker, Jim Henson. Like Sesame Street and the Muppet Show, Fraggle Rock was hugely popular in the 80's, and now all five seasons of the show are finally available all together in one DVD collection!
Meet the Fraggles
Fraggles love to party and hate to work—fraggles swing on vines, swim in the bog and explore the area around and outside of Fraggle Rock. Each episode features the zany adventures of Gobo, Red, Wembley and Boober. Gobo is the most pragmatic fraggle and the group's unofficial leader—it's Gobo who first explores the world outside of Fraggle Rock. Red got her name because of the color of her hair. She's the wild, freespirited fraggle with a competitive streak. Wembley is the most insecure of the group—he never wants to argue so he just agrees with whatever everyone else says and his "wemblying" gets him into a lot of trouble. Boober is the antisocial fraggle who prefers laundry to other fraggles, but he makes an exception for his best friends, of course!
Doozer Sticks are Yummy!
When they're hungry, fraggles eat the buildings built by smaller, more disciplined creatures called Doers. Doers are small, green and wear miniature hardhats and boots—they spend their time working on their buildings made from doozer sticks. The doozer sticks are made from radishes, another of the fraggles' favorite foods. The doers like when the fraggles eat their buildings because, as the doers say, "architecture is meant to be enjoyed."
The deluxe embossed collector's box comes filled with a fantastic, illustrated poster, a replica of Jim Henson's idea notepad, and the bonus DVD contains a behind the scenes documentary narrated by Jim Henson and new interviews with the cast and creators of the show.
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