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Curious George 2: Follow That Monkey DVD Review

Curious George 2: Follow That Monkey DVD Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Mar 01, 2010
( Rating: 5 Star Rating)

Curious George 2: Follow That Monkey is an awesome follow-up to the first Curious George movie. Please excuse us for putting it this way, but the DVD is a total barrel of monkeys!

Curious George 2: Follow That Monkey is an awesome follow-up to the first Curious George movie. Please excuse us for putting it this way, but the DVD is a total barrel of monkeys!


The Story

In Curious George 2: Follow That Monkey, Mr. Bloomsberry wants Ted to be the next museum director. Excited about his new job, Ted sets about impressing the museum’s board of directors and gets totally caught up in his work. At the same time, the Piccadilly Circus is coming to town, and George really wants Ted to take him (as does Maggie, who misses spending time with Ted). But he’s too focused on his job.


Still, Ted figures he owes it to George to take him to the circus. When they go, the pair get chosen to go on stage by Piccadilly the magician. As curious as ever, George ends up meeting a juggling elephant named Kayla and helps him escape from the circus so he can go back home to see his brother and sister. Government investigators are called in to find out what happened to the missing elephant – and Ted is worried because George has gone missing, too!


Special Features

  • Curious George’s Cross Country Caper Game: Using your DVD remote control, help George and Kayla travel throughout the country safely.
  • Hold On, Here We Go Music Video: An animated video with clips from the movie.
  • DVD-Rom: Play the DVD on a computer to access printable coloring pages, wallpapers and more.
  • Bonus TV Episodes: Featuring two never-before-seen TV episodes from the new TC season of Curious George.


  • Curious George 2: Follow That Monkey Movie Rating: 5


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